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Employment Opportunities

The first Catholic college for women in New York State, The College of New Rochelle was founded in 1904 by the Ursuline Order. Today, it comprises the School of Arts & Sciences, the School of New Resources (for adult learners), the School of Nursing & Healthcare Professions, and the Graduate School.

We welcome applicants from all backgrounds who can contribute to our unique educational mission. The College of New Rochelle is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, color, religion, national origin, age, or disability.

The Main Campus of the College is located on a beautiful suburban campus 16 miles north of midtown Manhattan and easily accessible by public transportation. The College maintains four other campus locations in New York City.

Institutional

DIRECTOR OF STUDENT SUCCESS COMMUNITIES

The College of New Rochelle (CNR) seeks applications from dynamic candidates who are compassionate, student oriented and empathetic to college student concerns, for this full-time professional staff position which is available immediately.  CNR seeks applicants who have knowledge of, and experience with, practical applications of student development theories to fill grant-funded positions designed to aid in student retention and persistence to graduation.  Successful candidates will have multicultural competence, an understanding of adult students, and will be able to develop and maintain effective and collaborative working relationships with faculty, staff and students.  Specifically, the successful candidates will be asked to:

  • Function as part of a student success team, leading and sharing responsibility with other Student Success Directors across the institution to provide holistic, proactive support for first time students;
  • Prepare and present Orientation programs to new students to expose them to the array of available resources, as well as College policies and procedures that govern their experience;
  • Meet regularly with students, monitor student progress, design individualized support plans for assigned students, implement strategies to help students overcome difficulties;
  • Manage multiple projects discerning priorities with meticulous attention to detail;
  • Manage and maintain student records through a database system and in hard copy as needed, including the timely processing and completion of reports;
  • Communicate effectively in writing, verbally, electronically with a broad range of constituencies, including students, faculty, professional staff, and administrators;
  • Identify high risk or other crisis student situations and respond accordingly;
  • Coordinate student referrals to campus resources including: Library Learning Commons, Career Development, Financial Aid, Counseling and Health Services, Academic Advisement, and Disabilities Services;
  • Develop and implement co-curricular and extra-curricular experiences that promote personal growth and student success;
  • Provide counseling and community referrals to students by maintaining current community contacts and resources, acting as liaison as needed;
  • Chair campus Student Success Committee to coordinate collaborative student-focused efforts and to recommend strategies to support student success;
  • Synthesize and analyze data collected from students, faculty and staff; and
  • Develop and implement an evaluation process for students.

Qualified applicants will possess a Master’s degree in Higher Education Administration, Counseling, Social Work, Education (or related field) and a minimum of 3 years of experience working in a college or counseling setting.  They will have a strong commitment to working with diverse student populations and understand student development theories as they inform college student perceptions, behavior and competencies.  Excellent interpersonal, organizational, analytical, written, and verbal communication skills are necessary, as well as problem-solving and resolution skills.  Personal computing skills are essential to this role and include skill in creating and editing documents, spreadsheets and reports; exporting/importing data from/to different software applications; and data collection and retrieval.  Must have experience with maintaining moderately complex databases and experience with Internet search engines for data gathering purposes.  Some evening and weekend work are expected and occasional travel will be required between CNR campuses located in the NYC metropolitan area and the main campus in New Rochelle.

The College of New Rochelle was founded in 1904 as the first Catholic college for women in New York State.  Today the College is comprised of four schools serving a diverse population of traditional-aged and adult women and men in undergraduate and graduate courses at six campuses.  The main campus of the College is located on a beautiful suburban location in New Rochelle, 16 miles north of midtown Manhattan and easily accessible by car or public transportation. The College provides a competitive salary and benefits, including health insurance, a retirement plan, tuition remission and liberal vacation.  A Catholic college in the Ursuline tradition, the College welcomes applicants from all backgrounds who can contribute to our unique educational mission. 

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the positions are filled.  To apply, please send letter of interest, current resume, and the contact information for 3 references who can speak to your professional qualifications, to:

Ms. Tiffani Blake, MS, EdM
The College of New Rochelle
29 Castle Place
New Rochelle, New York 10805

Email: tblake@cnr.edu

DIRECTOR OF STUDENT ACCOUNTS

The College of New Rochelle seeks an innovative and student centered student accounts receivable professional for immediate hire.  Qualified candidates will possess a Bachelor’s degree, a minimum of three years of leadership experience in the field of student accounts receivables, and excellent customer service, Excel, Word and prioritization skills.  An advanced knowledge of the Banner Student System, and Federal and State regulations pertaining to the administration of student accounts activities in a higher education environment is required.  Also necessary is the ability to implement a comprehensive system for records processing, strategic management and reporting.  Applicants must also possess a basic knowledge of U.S. generally accepted accounting principles.      

As the custodian of institutional funds, the Director of Student Accounts provides leadership and direction for tuition and fee structure, financial aid resources, refund processing, billing and receivables, and payments.  The Director of Student Accounts is responsible for development and implementation of policies and procedures that directly affect student accounts receivables.  The position oversees the processing and maintenance of the financial records of the institution, and communicates with parents, students and administrators regarding student financial records on a daily basis.  The Director of Student Accounts works in conjunction with the Financial Aid department and Registrar Office to coordinate accurate student receivables.

The main campus of The College of New Rochelle is located in Westchester County, 16 miles from Manhattan, and is easily accessible via public transportation.  The College also has campuses located across the NYC area.  To apply for this position, submit your letter of interest, resume and the contact information for three professional references to Michael O’Donnell, CPA, Controller of The College of New Rochelle, at modonnell@cnr.edu.

 

REGISTERED NURSE

We are seeking a Registered Nurse and/or Nurse Practitioner, preferably someone with college experience to work approximately 18 hours per week. Days and times are flexible. Our office is open 9-5 Monday through Friday.

Responsibilities:
RN to provide routine nursing coverage to college students presenting with illness and injuries , administer vaccines and PPD's, draw blood for labs, perform general administrative and nursing duties, prepare and deliver workshops on health-related topics as needed. NP position description same as above and will include physicals and sports clearances for student athletes.

Contact:
Dr. Stephanie Carlson, Director of Counseling and Health Services at The College of New Rochelle. CV's and cover letters should be emailed to scarlson@cnr.edu, or faxed to (914) 654-5885.

Qualifications include: RN Degree in Nursing. Valid RN Registered Nurse license in the State of New York.
Ability to work with a diverse population.

The College of New Rochelle was founded in 1904 as the first Catholic college for women in New York State. Today, the College is comprised of four schools and serves a diverse population of 3,400 women and men in undergraduate and graduate programs of study. The College's main campus is located on a beautiful suburban campus in Westchester County, 16 miles north of midtown Manhattan. A Catholic college in the Ursuline tradition, we welcome applicants from all backgrounds who can contribute to our unique educational mission. To learn more about the College, visit us at www.cnr.edu

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position(s) are filled.

 

CNR SUPPORT DESK TECHNICIAN

Position Summary:

The CNR Support Desk Technician will be an integral part of The College of New Rochelle’s Technology Team.  In this role, the CNR Support Desk Technician will work with Faculty, Staff and students to provide customer support for technology.  Working with the Technology Team the CNR Support Desk Technician will analyze requirements, resolve incidents and service requests and provide ongoing training.

Supervision Received:

This position reports to the Manager of Operations and User Support

Responsibilities:

  • Works closely with and maintains continual communication with the Technology Team to create a work environment that is based on cooperation, team building and professionalism
  • Develops knowledge of functional areas and interrelationships between units and provides end-user support.  Ensures that root cause analysis is performed to clearly identify problems and are directed to the appropriate team member for resolution
  • Provide Helpdesk support and resolve problems to the end user’s satisfaction throughout the main and branch campuses of The College of New Rochelle. 
  • Uphold the College’s network and usage policies with the highest level of standards.
  • Monitor and respond quickly and effectively to requests received and assigned in scheduling system. 
  • Utilize and maintain the Helpdesk ticketing software.  Keeping assignments, calendars, and incidents up to date and provide clear communication to the team and end users.
  • Responsible for developing and updating content for the CNR knowledge base
  • Install, test and configure technology equipment, peripheral equipment, software, modify configurations, utilities, and software settings for workstations.
  •  Maintain inventory of all equipment, software, and software licenses. 
  • Support faculty and students in the use of instructional technology including Canvas LMS, lecture capture and emerging technologies to foster student success.
  • Develop hands-on and online workshops with eLearning staff to improve faculty and staff technology skills
  • Ensure that technology enhanced Smart Classrooms are properly configured and in excellent condition with appropriate signage
  • Participate in IT Team and eLearning meetings and training sessions
  • Take a proactive role in problem solving, engage in all aspects of the team, facilities and departmental activities and will seek out the assistance of the Director when necessary
  • Other duties as may be assigned by the Manager of Operations and Director of eLearning

Knowledge and Abilities

Ability to:  develop training programs and instructional materials; trouble shoot software troubles; prioritize tasks in a busy environment; interpret journals and documentation; apply concepts such as simple algebraic equations, fractions, ratios and proportions to practical situations required; communicate effectively orally and in writing and establish cooperative working relationships in the course of fulfilling the area and institutional mission.

Ability to:  analyze and interpret the needs of customers and offer appropriate solutions and demonstrate knowledge of customer focused support.  Uses strong interpersonal and communication skills and is able to partner with users possessing a wide range of technical skills and personalities.

Possesses a broad knowledge of all operations of the technology unit and demonstrates knowledge and understanding of work processes

Skilled in organizing resources and establishing priorities and has ability to develop, plan, and implement short and long-range goals

Ability to make effective administrative/procedural decisions and recommendations and analyze information, and to define and solve problems

Demonstrates a working knowledge of PC’s and programs such as Windows, Access, Excel, Word, CAPS and Client Access

Education and Experience

  • Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree and at least 4 years of experience in a “hands on” IT technical support role consisting of MS Windows, MS Office and other standard desktop applications
  • Proficient in Microsoft Windows 7, 8.1, 10, Microsoft Office Suite, Audio/Video media and tools, ticketing and asset management systems, Active Directory, printers, and network support.

Additional Qualifications:

  • High Energy
  • Results Oriented
  • Client focused
  • Must be able to work collaboratively, as well as independently
  • Experience with Higher Education Applications is preferred.
  • 2+ years’ experience working\training in a Learning Management System or Enterprise System

 

Candidates should submit a resume along with a cover letter to:

Joseph Jacob
Manager of IT Operations and Support
Office of Information Systems

The College of New Rochelle 29 Castle Place New Rochelle, NY 10805

Office: (914)654-5223

 

NO AGENCIES PLEASE.

Fax:  (914) 654-5948

jjacob@cnr.edu

 

REGISTRAR

The Registrar manages the student record keeping activities of the College to deliver core services to the students and faculty of the College, while protecting the integrity and security of student academic and personal data.  The Registrar is a key collaborator with other College offices and staff in planning and implementing systems to improve service and overall functionality.

The Registrar directs the Registrar’s Office, including hiring, training, development and evaluation of staff.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Serve as the primary data custodian for student records, including as Compliance Officer for the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), implementing appropriate standards for this purpose
  • Collaborate effectively with the senior team to plan and implement systems improvements, guide the office staff in this and related efforts, providing direction, priorities, and goals
  • Provide leadership and oversight in developing office policies and procedures to continuously improve services provided by the Registrar’s Office, including:
    • Performing incoming transcript evaluation and recording
    • Maintaining effective registration processes
    • Processing grades
    • Certifying and reporting enrollment to external agencies
    • Tracking and clearing students for graduation; producing diplomas
    • Helping coordinate Commencement ceremonies
    • Delivering College transcripts upon students’ request
  • Make data-informed proposals and decisions to contribute to the overall goals of the office, the Provost division, and the university
  • Oversee the development of the annual academic calendar
  • Work with college deans to develop and implement academic policy governing the schools’ curriculum and serve as a resource to college departments and campus officials for institutional policies and practices relating to student academic records
  • Direct budget preparation and internal allocations for the Registrar’s Office
  • Participate in professional development activities including state, regional, and national professional associations relating to college registrars
  • Serve on College committees and in other capacities as needed or directed

REQUIREMENTS/QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Master’s Degree required
  • Significant experience in the adoption and use of systems to increase productivity and accountability, understanding of relational database and ERP systems, preferably Ellucian Banner, including integration of self-service, learning management, and degree audit systems in a College setting
  • Minimum three years’ experience in a leadership position responsible for student academic records and policy and procedures associated with those records
  • Record of growth in professional responsibility that demonstrates logical analysis, problem-solving, innovation, and leadership; ability to analyze data and use statistics for inferences and actionable decisions
  • Ability to move the office forward in the development of the profession including effective outreach to other College areas to promote student learning outcomes; a clear understanding of trends, policies, and regulations related to the academic records environment; ability to effectively manage the department budget
  • Effective communicator with interpersonal and communication skills to interact verbally and in writing with diverse constituencies, including students, faculty, and administrators; to facilitate teamwork among staff and in committees; and to foster effective working relationships externally with schools, colleges, organizations, and agencies

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  Candidates should submit a resume along with a cover letter to:

Lorraine Caruso
lcaruso@cnr.edu

DIRECTOR OF INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH AND ASSESSMENT

Reporting to the Chief Information and Effectiveness Officer, The Director of Institutional Research manages compliance reporting (including IPEDS and the New York State Education Department), information requests from College constituents and submissions to ranking and related services. The Director supports the research and data-related aspects of assessment and provides data liaison for accreditation reports.  By providing leadership to the College’s data collection, analysis, and evaluation efforts, the Director supports institutional mission, vision and values.

Responsibilities:

Manage the compliance and external reporting calendar for the College, including routine data submissions to external agencies.

Prepare reports on student retention, enrollment and demographics for federal, state and institutional purposes.

Plan organize and implement institutional research studies related to the College.

Collaborate with and communicate to department chairs, program directors, College Deans, the faculty, staff and administrators on information and research matters.

Collaborate with academic leadership on the design and development of systematic processes for the assessment of student learning outcomes, academic programs and academic support programs.

Analyze and share results of assessment activities to foster educational improvements.

Assist College constituents in using and interpreting institutional data.

Support grant-writing activities with data collection in support of reporting requirements to granting agencies.

Requirements:

Master’s degree required, PhD preferred.  Preferred fields: educational research, research & evaluation or related field.

Experience in quantitative research methods, qualitative research methods and data analysis.

At least 5, but preferably 10 years of successful, progressively responsible IR management and leadership experience, including experience within an academic setting.

Deep operational expertise in the key IR competencies: reporting, data management, qualitative and quantitative research design and analysis, statistical software applications and integrated higher education management technologies.

Experience working with Ellucian Banner or similar enterprise environment.

Experience with Canvas LMS, Starfish retention management software, and Explorance Blue course evaluation software highly desirable.

Prior experience in assessment, accreditation and planning at the institutional and program levels.

Prior experience with data visualization software (e.g. Tableau) a plus.

Knowledge of state and federal requirements for gathering, reporting and dissemination of data from higher education institutions.

Deep intellectual curiosity and vigor with outstanding listening and influencing skills.

The ability to cultivate trust and generate enthusiasm among diverse constituencies and individuals.

Strong and effective interpersonal and team-building skills; accessible and supportive manager and colleague.

Excellent communication skills and the ability to explain complex issues to diverse constituencies.

Flexibility, resilience and a sense of humor, passionate about the success of the institution and its students.

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  Candidates should submit a resume along with a cover letter to:

Geri Caggiano
gcaggiano@cnr.edu

LEARNING COMMONS LIBRARIAN

Gill Library at The College of New Rochelle invites applications for the position of Learning Commons Librarian at our Rosa Parks Campus in Harlem. This full-time, one year, FIPSE grant-funded position is available immediately. Reporting to the Dean of the Library, the Learning Commons Librarian will work with library colleagues and campus-wide partners to implement and maintain strategic and operative plans for the Gill Library Learning Commons. With a welcoming virtual and physical presence, the Library Learning Commons will provide a space for students to gain and practice skills vital to academic success.  The Learning Commons Librarian explore innovative ways of providing research, information, and digital literacy instruction across campus and be eager to collaborate with other librarians, faculty, students and staff to foster student success.

Responsibilities

  • Participate in the design and implementation of programs, initiatives, and outreach activities at the library learning commons, college, and beyond.  
  • Participate in the development and implementation of the strategic and operative plans for the Library Learning Commons
  • Establish and promote teaching and learning support programs in collaboration with colleagues in the library and across campus
  • Pursue opportunities for library involvement in campus-wide learning support programs and participate in the coordination of the integration of these programs into the Learning Commons
  • Collaborate with existing staff to conduct marketing and outreach programs for the Library Learning Commons
  • Teach in-person and virtual information literacy sessions, 2 credit Research and Information Literacy course, and support modules utilizing student-centered and outcomes-based pedagogy. 
  • Participate in embedded librarianship project related to MURAL initiative
  • Partner with librarians, faculty, and learning commons staff to create innovative and meaningful learning opportunities for students, including those related to digital projects.
  • Provide research guidance to students and faculty both individually and in groups
  • Other duties as assigned by administration.

 

Qualifications

Minimum Qualifications:

Master’s degree in Library Science from an ALA-accredited program; several years of progressively responsible experience in a public-services focused library environment; knowledge and understanding of technology and its applications to libraries and other learning environments; strong commitment to outreach and student engagement; excellent oral and written communication skills; strong collaborative leadership and project management skills and experience; commitment to building diversity; flexibility and the capacity to embrace change and to work in a continuously changing environment.

Preferred Qualifications:

Previous experience in a learning/information commons environment; familiarity with the assessment of public services; experience with space planning and development; experience working in grant environment;

To apply, please send one PDF attachment, that includes letter of interest (addressed to Dean Ana E. Fontoura), C.V., and the contact information for three references who can speak to your professional qualifications, to:

Ms. Brunie Lopez
Secretary to the Dean, Gill Library
The College of New Rochelle
29 Castle Place
New Rochelle, New York  10805-2339
Email: blopez@cnr.edu

Electronic submissions are preferred.

This position is subject to successful completion of background checks.

 

The College of New Rochelle is a Catholic college in the Ursuline tradition and we welcome applicants from all backgrounds who can contribute to our unique educational mission.  To learn more about the College, please visit our website at: www.cnr.edu

WRITING SPECIALIST -JOHN CARDINAL O’CONNOR CAMPUS

Gill Library at The College of New Rochelle invites applications for the position, Writing Specialist, at our John Cardinal O’Connor  (JOC) Campus in the South Bronx. This full-time, one year, FIPSE grant-funded position is available immediately.

The Writing Specialist will work closely with the Director of the JOC campus of the School of New Resources (SNR) Writing Program and all Library Learning Commons staff to develop effective strategies for continuous writing improvement and to ensure that all writing tutors use best-practice methods to provide tutorial support for the SNR students.  Along with professional and peer tutors, the Writing Specialist will provide writing support to students enrolled in research and writing-intensive courses within the SNR core curriculum, as well as additional courses in various disciplines, with the goal of developing students’ writing competencies.  The Writing Specialist will manage all tutoring services, including scheduling, tracking hours, and assessment of tutorial usage trends.

 

Responsibilities

  • Interface with the Dean of Library, Director of the SNR Writing Program, and all Library Learning Commons staff on areas including timely updates concerning student/tutorial attendance,  faculty and advisor referral recommendations, and data collection surrounding tutorial alerts
  • Meet regularly with students and provide feedback about their work
  • Complete tutorial related reports and statistics
  • Conduct workshops and class presentations aimed at engaging students in the process of developing their work and utilizing tutoring support service
  • Assist in managing writing tutoring services, including semester-by-semester tutor scheduling, tracking of writing tutoring hours and assessment of tutorial usage trends, cross-discipline tutorial trend tracking
  • Collaborate with existing staff to conduct marketing and outreach programs for the Library Learning Commons 
  • Participate in all grant related projects - MURAL initiative
  • Other duties as assigned by administration.

The successful candidates will possess a Bachelor’s degree (concentration in English or Writing preferred, Master’s degree preferred) and best-practice tutorial experience in writing.  The Writing Specialist must have strong communication skills and the ability to foster cooperative working relationships with students, faculty and staff.  The College provides a competitive salary and benefits include health insurance, a retirement plan with TIAA-CREF, a credit union, tuition remission benefits, and liberal vacation.

To apply, please send one PDF attachment, that includes letter of interest (addressed to Dean Ana E. Fontoura), C.V., and the contact information for three references who can speak to your professional qualifications, to:

Ms. Brunie Lopez
Secretary to the Dean, Gill Library
The College of New Rochelle
29 Castle Place
New Rochelle, New York  10805-2339
Email: blopez@cnr.edu

This position is subject to successful completion of background checks.

The College of New Rochelle is a Catholic college in the Ursuline tradition and we welcome applicants from all backgrounds who can contribute to our unique educational mission.  To learn more about the College, please visit our website at: www.cnr.edu

DATABASE COORDINATOR

Job Summary:

Reporting to, and under the supervision of the Director/Associate Director of Operations, the Database Coordinator serves in an entry level role and is responsible for a variety of functions and activities of Enrollment Management, research, data collection and reporting.  The Database Coordinator maintains a deep level of understanding of all aspects of database management, what standards are used during data entry, how the data is obtained, and how it is accessed via applications.

The Database Coordinator ensures the integrity and security of one or more databases.  Reviews data to be entered into a database to ensure accuracy and provide effective reporting.  To support admission policy implementation and enrollment needs, the Database Coordinator works closely with Director/Associate Director of Operations to develop processes that meet College data entry and compliance standards. Provides direction or assistance to users of information and facilitates periodic trainings for employees to ensure proper data management.

 

Qualifications:

Education:  Bachelor’s degree required. 

Experience:  Previous experience of at least two years working in an intense database environment is required.  Strong organizational and technical skills are necessary.  Must have knowledge of the Campus Database (Banner) administrative system, Hobson’s Connect, Apply Yourself and Radius is preferred.  Must have effective written and verbal communication skills.  Experience in a high-volume, fast-paced, customer service-oriented, data entry and management unit preferred.

Specialized Skills:  Technology literacy or capacity in database management systems, and Microsoft office products, particularly Excel.  Ability to plan, design, develop, implement, test and modify applications and external application interfaces. Accuracy and commitment to data integrity. Ability to interpret, validate and analyze data; translate data and business process needs between end users and programmers, and to use and develop query tools.  Train and supervise staff and students as needed to ensure proper use of CRM and Campus Database system.

Must be able to communicate effectively, in person and in writing, both within and outside Enrollment Management.   Uses professional knowledge, experience and analytical criteria to make decisions.  Ability to work independently to determine methods and procedures on new assignments.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Manage the development and execution of communication plans via Hobson’s CRM.
  2. Provide leadership to college users to ensure consistency in communications and provide technical support.
  3. Manage and coordinate Enrollment Management and campus user list and permission for Hobson’s CRM.
  4. Provide training for new and current CRM users across the College including developing a codebook and resource guide.
  5. Assist staff, in and outside admissions, in determining appropriate reports or information to assist them in doing their jobs in an effective, technology and system-driven manner. 
  6. Serve as liaison with software vendor.
  7. Manage data exports and data imports to vendors in support of EM forecasting, and updating the prospect student database.
  8. Quality control of database.
  9. Provide accurate weekly enrollment reports.
  10. Manage the computer-based application process and provide oversight for file management activities.
  11. Promote use of the CRM widely to include, but not limited to, Student Development, Bursar, and Financial Aid.
  12. Remain current with industry/field best practices and emerging technologies.
  13. Assist in development and analysis of key metrics of student recruitment.
  14. Assist with college’s implementation of any additional communication system applications for future expansion of current student retention efforts.
  15. Play a leading role in establishing processes to support and validate the integrity and confidentiality of student records and ensure the College’s compliance with federal and institutional standards.
  16. Establish, monitor and model exceptional customer service standards and effective business practices and operational efficiencies.
  17. Provide verified and accurate data to meet institutional requests.  Audit data and perform data reconciliation for special projects.
  18. Serve as a liaison with Information Systems and trouble shoot system issues.  Process inquiries, applications, application materials, transcripts, admissions decisions and deposits in a timely manner as needed, to support both service and enrollment goals.

 

Functional Relationships:  Information Systems, Athletics, Registrar, Financial Affairs.

The College of New Rochelle was founded in 1904 as the first Catholic college for women in New York State.  Today, the College is comprised of four schools and serves a diverse population of 3,400 women and men in undergraduate and graduate programs of study.  The College’s main campus is located on a beautiful suburban campus in Westchester County, 16 miles north of midtown Manhattan.  A Catholic college in the Ursuline tradition, we welcome applicants from all backgrounds who can contribute to our unique educational mission.  To learn more about the College, visit us at www.cnr.edu

 

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  Candidates should submit a resume along with a cover letter to:

Geri Caggiano

gcaggiano@cnr.edu

 

ONLINE TEACHING AND LEARNING COORDINATOR

The eLearning and Instructional Technology Department invites applications for the position of Online Teaching and Learning Coordinator, and this full-time professional staff level position is available beginning August 24, 2015.  If you are conversant with current technology trends, issues and best practices in instructional design in higher education, are able to design content and activities to enhance interaction in the online learning environment, and would enjoy working with faculty and students to engage them in online teaching and learning, then we want you to join our team.

The Online Teaching and Learning Coordinator will serve as instructional designer, working in a consultant role with faculty to support the use of our Canvas LMS for face-to-face, hybrid and fully online courses.  She or he will research, analyze and support the implementation of online learning and the use of instructional technology, and will collaborate with the Director of eLearning, deans and academic colleagues to support the development of policies and practices for online learning initiatives at the College.  The Coordinator will also participate in the development and implementation of a comprehensive training program focusing on best practices in online learning and assessment.  This will include online and hands-on faculty workshops in such areas as educational theories, educational technology, online learning strategies, and student support mechanisms.  The Coordinator will also partner with Information Systems and other colleagues across the College to ensure that students and faculty in hybrid and online courses have appropriate levels of support through access to network resources.  This may require occasional evening and weekend hours.

The successful candidate will possess the Bachelor's degree in instructional design, instructional technology or related field and experience working with learning management systems, and at least one year of experience working with faculty in a higher education setting, or any combination of relevant education and experience.  She or he will have experience with various instructional platforms used in online learning and will be able to design content and activities to enhance interaction in the online learning environment, and also develop and conduct online faculty workshops.  Familiarity with learning management systems, Microsoft Office, Skype, Adobe Professional, HTML editors, digital graphics and other instructional software is required.  Higher education experience with Canvas LMS, knowledge of Tegrity or other lecture capture systems, and experience designing courses for delivery in an asynchronous format is preferred.   We're looking for a colleague who has excellent interpersonal skills and can work independently and as part of a team to support our faculty and students.

The College of New Rochelle was founded in 1904 as the first Catholic college for women in New York State.  Today the College is comprised of four schools and six campuses and we serve a diverse student population of 3,400 women and men in undergraduate and graduate programs of study.  The main campus of the College is located on a beautiful suburban campus 16 miles north of midtown Manhattan and is easily accessible by car or public transportation.  A Catholic college in the Ursuline tradition, we welcome applicants from all backgrounds who can contribute to our unique educational mission. 

The College provides a competitive salary and benefits include health insurance, a retirement plan with TIAA-CREF, a credit union, state-of-the-art Wellness Center, liberal vacation and tuition remission.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  To apply, please send letter of interest, current resume, and the contact information for 3 references who can speak to your professional qualifications, to:

Emory Craig
Director of eLearning
The College of New Rochelle
29 Castle Place
New Rochelle, New York  10805
Email: ecraig@cnr.edu.

Only electronic submissions will be accepted.

RESIDENCE DIRECTOR (PART-TIME)

Division:                                  Student Services

Department:                            Residence Life

Reports to:                               Area Coordinator for Residence Life & Housing Operations

Job Summary: The Residence Director is a 12-month, part-time, live-in professional staff position. The Residence Director position is responsible for supporting the mission of the College by developing residential living environments conducive to student learning and academic success, respecting, appreciating, and advocating for the diversity of our student population, and supporting the holistic development of all campus residents. Duties include: managing a residential area of 70 to 125 residents; supervision and professional development of 2-5 resident assistants; liaison with administrators. Working closely with the Area Coordinator of Residence Life and Housing Operations, the scope of the position involves responsibility for all matters in the residence halls related to facilities and housing, judicial affairs, mediation, programming and community-building.

The Division of Student Services is committed to supporting the educational mission of the College by providing a living-learning environment that is conducive to academic achievement and optimal personal growth. We seek to develop a sense of belonging and respect within our residential community by helping our students to acquire knowledge and skills, make informed choices, develop critical thinking skills, make ethical choices, and assume self-responsibility. This position will be carried out in a manner that is consistent with the mission and goal of the division.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Be present in the Residence Halls/ hold set office hours for an average of 15-20 hours/week during the fall/spring semesters; 10 hours/week during Intersession and summer.
  • Responsible for regular walk-throughs of the building (at least twice per evening) and maintain documentation on any outstanding issues in the building.
  • Complete weekly/ annual reports in order to ensure the quality of the residence life
  • Provide leadership in the residence halls related to the residents’ social and academic development through effective programming, role modeling and daily presence in the building and through various campus activities
  • Participate in the on-campus professional staff duty rotation during evening, night and weekend hours. Serve as an emergency on-call respondent and accompany students to the hospital, as needed.
  • Promote a rich community experience through the implementation of co-curricular and extracurricular programming.
  • Monitor and address facility needs in a timely manner
  • Demonstrate a student-centered philosophy that encourages personal growth and development
  • Supervise and train RAs and student staff (i.e. building receptionists, etc.)
  • Committed to creating living and learning environments that foster respect for self and others
  • Maintain significant presence on floors with residents and arrange regular floor meetings to address residents' issues or problems.
  • Manage postings on floors referencing office closures, maintenance issues, activity reminders, etc.
  • Assist the Area Coordinator with addressing College policy infractions with appropriate action in a timely manner (i.e. submission of documentation, follow-up with involved parties, etc.)

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  Candidates should submit a resume along with a cover letter to:

lblount@cnr.edu

 

 

 

 

  • Respond to inquiries or complaints, including those of a sensitive and confidential nature.
  • Is present and participates in monthly all-staff meetings, weekly staff meetings, staff training, and in-service meetings that are scheduled during the evenings and on weekends.
  • Attend and manage RA programs to include proposals and evaluations prior to submitting to Area Coordinator, floor wing and building meetings.
  • Coordinate and participate in all residence hall opening and closing procedures.

 

Other Responsibilities:

 

  • Work collaboratively with faculty and Student Services staff on extra- and co-curricular programming for the residential community.
  • Is present and participates in evening student leadership training programs.
  • Is present and participates in Family Weekend, Orientation, Strawberry Festival, Commencement, Alumnae/I Weekend and LEEP activities.
  • Assist with Lottery and Room Selection process, room changes, roommate conflicts, the RA selection process and other administrative duties as assigned.
  • During the summer months (average of 10 hours/week) will assume other responsibilities that may include orientation, housing operations, summer conference housing, planning for the opening of the academic year activities, staff development, student leadership training, and other areas where Residence Life is asked to participate.

 

 

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

 

  • Bachelor’s degree required and 2 or more years experience working with young adults, or any combination of relevant education and experience.
  • Excellent written and oral communication and presentation skills.
  • Computer literacy (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
  • Valid NY State driver’s license with a good driving record required.
  • Ability to develop relationships with students that foster trust and understanding and to articulate the Mission of the College within one’s responsibilities and programming.
  • Demonstrates a student-centered philosophy that encourages personal growth and development.
  • Out-going, detail-oriented, flexible, and the ability to take appropriate initiative.  Will enjoy working independently as well as part of the Residence Life Staff.

 

Compensation:

 

Room and board (when Dining Services is open), a bi-weekly stipend, and pro-rated vacation time (5 days during Spring Break and 15 days during the summer months).

 

School of Arts & Sciences

ADJUNCT FACULTY IN WRITING

 

 

The Writing Program at The College of New Rochelle invites applications for adjunct faculty to teach up to two 100-level courses in Writing.  The following positions are available for Fall 2017:

WRT101: WRITER’S WORKSHOP

Wednesday/Friday 9:35 - 10:50 AM

WRT101: WRITER’S WORKSHOP

Wednesday/Friday 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM

WRT102: CRITICAL RESEARCH ESSAY

Wednesday/Friday 11:00AM - 12:15 PM

WRT105: WRITER’S STUDIO

Wednesday/Friday 12:35 - 1:50 PM

 

Course Descriptions

WRT101: First-Year composition course with an emphasis on helping students develop a) a meaningful writing process and b) a sense of writing as a rhetorical act.  Students work on a number of discrete writing projects addressing different rhetorical goals and audiences.

WRT102: First-Year composition course with an emphasis on the genre of the academic research essay.  Students complete a sequence of writing projects that lead them through the process of developing a research question, developing an annotated bibliography of sources, and producing a substantive research-based essay.

WRT105: First-Year composition course designed to supplement instruction in WRT101. This course is offered to developmental writers who would benefit from additional time-on-task with their WRT101 instructor.  This course is only offered to applicants are also available to teach one section of WRT101.

Qualifications

Although ideal candidates will have a doctorate in Rhetoric/Composition or English, the minimum requirements are a master’s degree in a related field and experience in teaching.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the positions are filled. To apply, please submit electronically a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and contact information for two references who can speak to your professional qualifications to:

Dr. Christopher J. DiBiase

Email: cdibiase@cnr.edu
Director, Writing Center
The College of New Rochelle
29 Castle Place
New Rochelle, NY 10805

 

The College of New Rochelle was founded in 1904 as the first Catholic college for women in New York State. Today the College is comprised of four schools and six campuses, serving a diverse population of 3,400 women and men in undergraduate and graduate programs of study. The College is located on a beautiful suburban campus 16 miles north of midtown Manhattan and is easily accessible by public transportation.  A Catholic college in the Ursuline tradition, we welcome applicants from all backgrounds who can contribute to our unique educational mission

SOCIAL MEDIA adjunct in Media Arts

The College of New Rochelle is seeking an ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR for an introductory undergraduate class on social media. The twin elements of the course: understanding contemporary social media issues and building student dexterity in the application of a variety of social media platforms for publicity, social engagement, marketing and creative expression.

A Master's Degree is required. Professional experience a plus. The course will be offered annually beginning in Spring, 2018 on the New Rochelle campus, not online.

The College of New Rochelle is a Catholic college in the Ursuline tradition and we welcome applicants from all backgrounds who can contribute to our unique educational mission.  To learn more about the College, please visit our website at: www.cnr.edu.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  To apply, please send letter of interest, current resume, and the contact information for 3 references who can speak to your professional qualifications, to:

Roxanne Zimmer, Ph.D.
Chair, Media Arts
School of Arts and Sciences
The College of New Rochelle
29 Castle Place
New Rochelle, New York  10805
Email: rzimmer@cnr.edu

Please send  ONE pdf of the above materials.

Only electronic submissions will be accepted.

 


HUMANITIES DIVISION ADJUNCT POSITION

The Humanities Division in the School of Arts and Sciences at the College of New Rochelle is looking for adjunct faculty to teach one course for the Fall 2017:

  • Philosophy of Education Tu/Th 9:35-10:50am
  • Morality and Sexuality  Tu/Th 11am-12:15pm
  • Foundations of Christianity (Hybrid Online M 6:15-7:45pm)

Adjunct faculty interested in these positions should have a master’s degree (but ABD is preferred) in one of the following areas: philosophy of education, philosophy of religion, philosophical anthropology, philosophical or religious ethics, comparative religious studies, women and gender studies, or closely related  field.  Demonstrated experience teaching online religious studies courses or intersectional feminist ethics is also strongly preferred.

Please forward any questions about the positions or your interest letter and CV to sasadjunctposition@cnr.edu.

ADJUNCT FACULTY IN SPANISH

The Humanities Division in the School of Arts and Sciences at The College of New Rochelle invites applications for adjunct faculty to teach Elementary and Intermediate Spanish for one course for Fall 2017. Courses days/times are:

SPA 101 Elementary Spanish I M-W 2:00-3:15
SPA 102 Elementary Spanish II M-W 12:35-1:50
SPA 203 Intermediate Spanish Conversation T-Th 11:00-12:15

Candidates should have a minimum of a Master's degree in Spanish and experience in teaching students with diverse learning styles. Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until the positions are filled.

To apply, please submit a cover letter of application and curriculum vitae to:

Dr. Nereida Segura-Rico
Co-chair Humanities Division
Associate Professor of Spanish
nsegura@cnr.edu

The College of New Rochelle is a Catholic College in the Ursuline tradition, and welcomes applicants from all backgrounds who can contribute to our educational mission.

 

ADJUNCT FACULTY IN HISTORY

The Division of Social Sciences at the College of New Rochelle invites applications for adjunct instructors to teach the following undergraduate courses in American history for one course for the Fall 2017 semester.

HIS 101, Introduction to America, Mon/Wed 9:35-10:50
HIS 203, 20th Century American History, Mon/Wed 12:35-1:50

Candidates should have a minimum of a Master's degree in American History (PhD or ABD preferred) and experience in teaching students with diverse learning styles.

The College of New Rochelle is located in Westchester County, 16 miles from Manhattan, and is easily accessible via public transportation. To apply for the Fall 2017 positions or to be considered for future teaching opportunities in other undergraduate history courses, please send a cover letter and C.V. as soon as possible by e-mail to Dr. Roblyn Rawlins, Chair of the Division of Social Sciences, Professor of Sociology, The School of Arts & Sciences, The College of New Rochelle, at rrawlins@cnr.edu.

School of Nursing & Healthcare Professions

FACULTY POSITIONS – PEDIATRICS/CHILD/ADOLESCENT HEALTH and ADULT HEALTH/MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING

The School of Nursing & Healthcare Professions (SNH) at The College of New Rochelle invites applications for 2 full-time tenure-track faculty or non-tenure track positions in Pediatrics/Child/Adolescent Health and Medical/Surgical Nursing. Previous undergraduate teaching are highly desired and the ability to serve as Course Chair and Clinical Coordinator is required.

The FNP adjunct position requires previous graduate teaching in an FNP program or advanced health assessment, Board Certification, and an active practice to maintain board certification. Candidates must be eligible for licensure as an RN in New York, and doctoral preparation or significant progress toward the doctorate is desired, but not required. A Master’s in Nursing, at minimum, is required.

Adjunct faculty interested in teaching classroom theory (or clinical teaching) in our 10 week summer session on a regular basis are asked to submit a cv or resume with cover letter to Michele Brucale-Paulis at mpaulisbrucale@cnr.edu,  Summer teaching (classroom and clinical) is needed regularly in Health Assessment, Adult/Gerontology I,II (general Med/Surg & Gero), Adult/Gerontology III (Acute Care & Acute Geriatric Care), Pediatrics, Women’s Health/Maternity, & Community Health. Clinical adjunct teaching is also available in these specialties each Fall and Spring.

The College of New Rochelle is located on a beautiful suburban campus in southern Westchester County, 16 miles north of midtown Manhattan, and is easily accessible by car or public transportation. The School of Nursing & Healthcare Professions is one of four schools of the College and serves a diverse population of women and men in undergraduate and graduate programs of study. All programs are offered on the main campus in New Rochelle with some course assignments in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Harlem, and in lower Manhattan. A Catholic college in the Ursuline tradition, we welcome applicants from all backgrounds who can contribute to our unique educational mission. To learn more about the School of Nursing and Healthcare Professions, please visit our website at: www.cnr.edu

The College offers a competitive salary and benefits include health insurance, a retirement plan with TIAA-CREF, a credit union, state-of-the-art Wellness Center, and tuition remission.

Applications for each FT faculty position will begin immediately and a review of applications will continue until the positions are filled. To assure consideration for either position, please send a cover letter of interest and current CV, and the contact information for 3 references who can speak to your professional qualifications, including your teaching ability, to: Michele Brucale-Paulis at mpaulisbrucale@cnr.edu

 

CLINICAL PLACEMENT COORDINATOR

The Coordinator of Clinical Placements (CCP) in the School of Nursing & Healthcare Professions is in charge of coordinating all clinical placements, undergraduate and graduate, in the School of Nursing & Healthcare Professions. The CCP reports to the Dean and will work with multiple clinical sites to coordinate student clinical placements at both the undergraduate and graduate level, including year-round Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) placements in coordination with the Track Coordinator for the FNP program.  The position is a full-time 12-month professional staff appointment.  The successful candidate will be a registered nurse with strong interpersonal, marketing, recruitment, and administrative skills. However, a non-RN with experience directly in this role will be considered. The ability to work with spreadsheets, including Excel, and detail-orientation is necessary. Higher education or hospital-based clinical education or equivalent experience is desired.

QUALIFICATIONS:

•             Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing preferred

•             Valid and active RN license in New York (if RN)

•             Minimum of two years of clinical experience as a registered nurse preferred

•             Current knowledge of nursing practice at the registered nurse level preferred

•             Current knowledge of advanced practice nursing preferred

•             Knowledge of labor and hiring practices

•             Highly organized and excellent communication skills

•             Very knowledgeable of Microsoft Office programs, including Excel, spreadsheets, and other software programs required

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until all of the available positions are filled. To apply, please send cover letter and resume to:

Ms. Michele Paulis-Brucale
Executive Assistant to the SNH Faculty Search Committee
School of Nursing & Healthcare Professions
The College of New Rochelle
29 Castle Place
New Rochelle, New York  10805
Email: mpaulisbrucale@cnr.edu

FACULTY POSITION – PEDIATRICS/CHILD/ADOLESCENT HEALTH AND SUMMER ADJUNCT TEACHING

Dean H. Michael Dreher of the School of Nursing & Healthcare Professions (SNH) invites applications for a full-time tenure-track faculty or non-tenure track position in Pediatrics/Child/Adolescent Health available September, 1, 2017.  Previous undergraduate teaching and simulation experience are highly desired and the ability to serve as Course Chair and Clinical Coordinator of Pediatrics is required.  Candidates must be eligible for licensure as an RN in New York, and doctoral preparation or significant progress toward the doctorate is desired, but not required. A Master’s in Nursing, at minimum, is required. Adjunct faculty interested in teaching classroom theory (or clinical teaching) in our 10 week summer session on a regular basis are asked to submit a cv or resume with cover letter to Harriet Rothman RN, BSN, Coordinator of Undergraduate Clinical Placements at hrothman@cnr.edu. Summer teaching (classroom and clinical) is needed regularly in Adult/Gerontology I (general Med/Surg & Gero), Adult/Gerontology III (Acute Care & Acute Geriatric Care), Pediatrics, Women’s Health/Maternity, & Community Health,

The College of New Rochelle is located on a beautiful suburban campus in southern Westchester County, 16 miles north of midtown Manhattan, and is easily accessible by car or public transportation. The School of Nursing & Healthcare Professions is one of four schools of the College and serves a diverse population of women and men in undergraduate and graduate programs of study. All programs are offered on the main campus in New Rochelle with some course assignments in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Harlem, and in lower Manhattan.  A Catholic college in the Ursuline tradition, we welcome applicants from all backgrounds who can contribute to our unique educational mission.  To learn more about the School of Nursing and Healthcare Professions, please visit our website at: www.cnr.edu

The College offers a competitive salary and benefits include health insurance, a retirement plan with TIAA-CREF, a credit union, state-of-the-art Wellness Center, and tuition remission.

Applications will begin on March 3-April 14, 2017, and a review of applications will continue until the position is filled.  To apply, please send a letter of interest and current CV, and the contact information for 3 references who can speak to your professional qualifications, including your teaching ability, to:

Ms. Michele Paulis-Brucale
Executive Assistant to the SNH Faculty Search Committee
School of Nursing & Healthcare Professions
The College of New Rochelle
29 Castle Place
New Rochelle, New York  10805
Email: mpaulisbrucale@cnr.edu

All submissions must be in electronic format.

Questions and inquiries regarding the position (no applications) can be emailed to:  Dr. Deb Hunt, Associate Professor and Chair, 2017 Nursing Search Committee, at: dhunt@cnr.edu.

No phone calls, please; selected candidates will be contacted.

School of New Resources

ADJUNCT FACULTY, ALL AREAS

The School of New Resources seeks adjunct faculty for its NYC and New Rochelle campuses.  The School offers a BA degree in the Liberal Arts to adult learners.  We have six campuses:  New Rochelle, Coop City and the John Cardinal O’Connor campuses in the Bronx, the Rosa Parks Campus in Harlem, Lower Manhattan at DC 37 Union Headquarters, and at Restoration Plaza in Brooklyn.

We are seeking instructors in all areas of the Liberal Arts:  English Composition, Developmental Writing, the Humanities, Communication, Mathematics, History/Philosophy of Science, Philosophy, Religious Studies, Literature, American Studies, Psychology (especially CASAC certified), Sociology and the social sciences, general Liberal Arts Studies, Urban Studies, etc.  We are also seeking instructors in some professional areas, including Health Care Administration, Labor Studies, and Criminal Justice.

Our classes meet once per week and are offered in the morning (generally 10am – 2pm) and evening (6 – 10pm.)

Applicants must have at least a Master’s degree in the area in which they wish to teach, and be comfortable with adult learners and a non-traditional program.  Positions are available for all upcoming semesters.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until all of the available positions are filled. To apply, please send cover letter and resume to:

Dr. Louis deSalle
Associate Dean for Curriculum and Instruction
School of New Resources
The College of New Rochelle
55 Leland Avenue
New Rochelle, New York  10805
Fax: (914) 654-5664
Email: ldesalle@cnr.edu.

Email is preferred.  No phone calls, please;  selected candidates will be contacted.

Please indicate in your cover letter your highest degree and the academic area in which your degree was granted.  Also please include a preferred campus location and area of instruction.

The College of New Rochelle is a Catholic college in the Ursuline tradition and we welcome applicants from all backgrounds who can contribute to our unique educational mission.

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