Founded in 1904 by the Ursuline Order as the first Catholic college for women in New York State, The College of New Rochelle is today fully coeducational and offers undergraduate and graduate program across four Schools -- School of Arts & Sciences, 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.
The head coach is a key member of the College’s intercollegiate athletics staff, and he or she will be responsible for administering all aspects of the men’s cross country team. Duties include but are not limited to: recruitment of qualified student-athletes, practice and performance preparation, monitoring of student-athletes’ athletic and academic development, and rules compliance. Person must be willing to work nights and weekends.
The head men’s cross country coach must conduct him/herself in accordance with the mission of the Athletics department and the CNR Athletic Code of Conduct, as well as the constitution and by-laws of the NCAA and member conferences/associations.
Please contact Interim Athletic Director, Alyssa Kaufman, at email@example.com or (914) 654-5806 if you are interested in the open position.
The College of New Rochelle seeks a Senior Accountant who, under minimal supervision, will assist with month-end closings, the annual audit process, prepare reconciliations of general ledger accounts, and help maintain the integrity of the College’s general ledger, financial reports and internal controls. The Senior Accountant will also prepare financial reports and audit support work papers for federal grants, and contribute as a team member to the Controller’s Office operations, including risk management, purchasing, accounts receivables, accounts payable and payroll.
- Prepare and record account journal entries. Research, respond to, and resolve general ledger account inquiries from budget supervisors.
- Reconcile and balance general ledger and subsidiary accounts. Perform monthly analysis of various general ledger accounts to ensure that account balances are recorded properly, making corrections on a timely basis.
- Maintain the general ledger system, including establishing new GL accounts, opening and closing fiscal periods in the system, and other tasks.
- Perform monthly bank reconciliations.
- Coordinate preparation for annual financial audits with Controller. Compile information and prepare schedules for the year-end audits. Assist with the preparation of year-end work papers, financial statements, and footnotes.
- Compile information and assist in the preparation of the annual 990 tax-return work papers.
- Develop, recommend, and implement policies and procedures to improve customer service and ensure the effectiveness of all internal controls and operations.
- Assist with the preparation of external regulatory reporting requirements, including 1099s, 1099Ks, 1098-Ts and 1042s.
- Provide back-up support to the Controller as needed.
- Participate in special projects.
- Perform professional and administrative duties assigned, as appropriate, by the Controller in addition to the delineated responsibilities.
Education and Experience Required:
- Bachelor’s degree in Accounting/Finance or related field from an accredited institution required (M.B.A. preferred), and 2 years professional experience (higher education setting preferred) or any combination of relevant education and experience;
- Knowledge of financial accounting systems and other technical accounting skills;
- Excellent computer skills: Microsoft Excel (v-lookups and pivot tables), Word, PowerPoint, Microsoft Office.
- Proficiency in Banner and ARGOS report writer a must.
- Able to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, with diverse populations.
- Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a shared services model.
- Work experience either as an auditor or an accountant for a non-profit organization preferred.
Successful completion of a pre-employment background check and ability to obtain a Fidelity Bond are required.
This is a full-time, salaried position. Days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. This position regularly requires long hours and weekend work.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Gill Library at The College of New Rochelle in New Rochelle, NY is seeking a service oriented individual to fill the position of Adjunct Librarian, to work part time (Saturdays) at our New Rochelle campus. Reporting to the Access Services Librarian and the Dean, the candidate will work closely with Learning Commons and Library Staff to provide direct public service and student assistance in the Library and Learning Commons. S/he must be well versed in all computer applications used in the Library, and troubleshoots problems encountered by Library users. S/he reports to the Access Services Librarian and provides assistance to all users.
Conduct library instruction sessions and Workshops as needed
Contribute to the creation of, and update libraryguides in various subjects as needed
In the absence of other administrators or full-time librarians, the Adjunct Librarian is responsible for the overall supervision of Library operations and the Library building including supervision of staff and student assistants.
Collaborate with full time Librarian on innovative ways to promote library resources and services
Other duties as assigned related to the support of student academic success
The Adjunct Reference Librarian will consistently demonstrate:
Thorough knowledge of all library resources
Motivation and productive work habits
Commitment to excellence as expressed in the College mission, vision and values
A positive, cooperative and supportive attitude toward others
Commitment to learning
Reliability when performing assigned tasks
Requirements: An ALA-accredited Masters in Library Science. Academic library experience preferred. The position may include evening, weekend, and holiday hours and is available immediately.
Send letter of interest addressed to Dean Ana Fontoura, along with resume and 3 references as PDF attachments to: Ms. Brunie Lopez, Secretary to the Dean, Gill Library, The College of New Rochelle, 29 Castle Place, New Rochelle, NY 10805 email@example.com
The College of New Rochelle is a Catholic college in the Ursuline tradition and we welcome applicants from all backgrounds who will contribute to our unique educational mission. To learn more about Gill Library and The College of New Rochelle, visit our website at: www.cnr.edu.
The College of New Rochelle invites qualified individuals to apply for the position of Residence Director, an opportunity to engage students, faculty and staff in the campus living environment. The Residence Director reports to the Area Coordinator of Residence Life and Housing Operations in a dynamic department lead by the Dean of Students who provide clear direction and sense of teamwork within the department while expanding opportunities for collaboration between residential programs and departments both within and outside of Student Services. The Division of Student Services is open to new and innovative ideas for developing the vision for the residential experience.
This part-time professional staff position is available for spring 2019, and is a twelve-month, live-in 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, faculty and staff; the development of specialized programming in the residence halls, which may include the management and growth of the Living Learning Communities (LLCs), active participation in the student conduct process; and oversight of the front desk receptionist. The Resident Director actively participates in staff recruitment, selection and training activities, management of residence hall facility and occupancy issues, and campus critical incident response. On call responsibilities on a professional duty rotation basis to include evening and weekend work is required. Resident Directors also support large-scale campus events.
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.)
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.
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.
Experience, Skills & Qualifications
The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree and 2 or more years of relevant experience working with young adults. S/he will have excellent communication and presentation skills, strong computer skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), be detail-oriented, flexible, and enjoy working independently as well as part of a team. A valid NYS driver’s license and a good driving record is required.
Compensation: includes room and full meal plan (when Dining Services is open), a bi-weekly stipend, and generous vacation.
The College of New Rochelle, founded in 1904 as the first Catholic college for women in New York State, remains committed to its Catholic heritage and tradition of academic excellence. Today, the College is comprised of four schools and six campuses in New Rochelle and New York City and serves a highly diverse student population of approximately 4,000 undergraduate and graduate women and men. The School of Nursing, Graduate School and School of New Resources are co-educational; the founding School of Arts and Sciences serves women, only. The College is located on a beautiful suburban campus located 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. To learn more about the College, please visit our website at: www.cnr.edu.
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the positions are filled. To apply, please email a letter of application, résumé and the contact information for three professional references to:
Dr. LaToya Blount
Area Coordinator of Residence Life & Housing Operations
The College of New Rochelle
29 Castle Place
New Rochelle, New York 10805
Ensures the accuracy of all benefits enrollments in the HRIS to provide vendors with accurate eligibility information.
- Assists with new-hire orientations.
- Performs quality checks of benefits-related data.
- Assists employees regarding benefits claim issues and plan changes.
- Distributes all benefits enrollment materials and determines eligibility.
- Enrolls employees with carriers and process life status changes.
- Responds to benefits inquiries from managers and employees on plan provisions, benefits enrollments, status changes and other general inquiries.
- Processes and administers all leave-of-absence requests and disability paperwork: medical, personal, disability and FMLA.
- Effectively interprets FMLA and ADA implications as they relate to leaves of absences/disabilities.
- Responds to 403(b) inquiries from managers and employees relating to enrollments, plan changes and contribution amounts.
- Manages the open enrollment process.
- Administers the tuition reimbursement program.
- Provides necessary reports for allocation/billing charges.
- Other job related duties as requested by supervisor.
Local travel to various satellite campuses is required.
Required Education and Experience
Bachelor’s degree in HR or related field, but experience and/or other training/certification may be substituted for the education.
Preferred Education and Experience
SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) or SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP) certification credential.
Certified Employee Benefits Specialist (CEBS) certification credential.
Additional Eligibility Qualifications
Demonstrated experience with MS Office products, particularly Excel.
The College of New Rochelle, founded in 1904 as the first Catholic college for women in New York State, remains committed to its Catholic heritage and tradition of academic excellence. Today, the College is comprised of four schools and six campuses in New Rochelle and New York City and serves a highly diverse student population of approximately 4,000 undergraduate and graduate women and men. The School of Nursing, Graduate School and School of New Resources are co-educational; the founding School of Arts and Sciences serves women, only. The College is located on a beautiful suburban campus located 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. 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 email a letter of interest and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
SCHOOL OF ARTS & SCIENCES
The Writing Program at The College of New Rochelle invites applications for adjunct faculty to teach up to two 100-level courses in Writing. Although the ideal candidate will have a doctorate in Rhetoric/Composition or English with experience in teaching developmental writers, 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:
Director, Writing Center
The College of New Rochelle
29 Castle Place
New Rochelle, NY 10805
>Full-time term faculty position available January 2019. The successful candidate should be familiar with the baccalaureate social work curriculum and requirements of the Council on Social Work Education and be able to teach a full range of undergraduate social work courses for majors and non-majors. Possible assignments may include coordinating field instruction and teaching electives such as Child Welfare. Knowledge of the reaccreditation process is desirable.
Requirements include an MSW in social work from a CSWE-accredited program, with a doctorate or substantial work toward the doctorate, and at least two years of social work practice experience, as well as undergraduate teaching, including diverse student populations.
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. To apply, please send letter of application, curriculum vitae, and statement of teaching philosophy, as well as three recommendation letters electronically to:
The College of New Rochelle
29 Castle PlaceNew Rochelle, New York 10805-2339
SCHOOL OF NURSING & HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONS
The School of Nursing & Healthcare Professions (SNHP) at The College of New Rochelle invites applications full-time tenure-track faculty and non-tenure track positions in Medical/Surgical Nursing. Previous undergraduate teaching are highly desired and the ability to serve as Course Chair and Clinical Coordinator is required.
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.
To assure consideration candidacy, 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: Ms. Jorie Kontos at email@example.com.
The College of New Rochelle is seeking Adjunct Nursing Faculty to teach classroom and clinical in Med/Surg, Mental Health, Maternity, Pediatrics, and Community Health. Master of Science in Nursing required. Interested parties should send cover letter and resume to Jorie Kontos at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adjunct Faculty Job Fair
The College is hosting an Adjunct Nursing Faculty Job Fair on Thursday October 11, 2018 from 4 -6 pm. Come learn about the exciting teaching opportunities in the School of Nursing and Healthcare Professions. Interested parties should contact Greisi Luciano at email@example.com to RSVP and receive further details.
The Program Chair oversees the program in accordance with the mission, core values, and purposes of the College of New Rochelle and School of Nursing & Healthcare Professions. This position reports on matters relating to teaching, advising students, student learning outcomes assessment, and other matters as assigned. This is a twelve-month, fulltime position that includes 75% teaching and 25% administrative responsibilities.
Reports to: Associate Dean
- Attends all program related information sessions.
- Teaches six credits per semester, including summer.
- Monitor and program outcomes and makes recommendations as needed.
- Attends student success meeting and other college and school related committees
- Chairs undergraduate committee and/or other related school committees
- Advises students as needed
- Mediates issues between student and faculty as needed
- Coordinates pre and post semester clinical and classroom coordination activities with faculty.
- Participate in clinical simulations as needed.
- Travel to off-site meetings or conferences or to observe students during clinical education at off-site clinical settings
- Minimum graduate preparation in nursing at either the master’s or doctoral level; and
- Minimum of three years of full-time, or equivalent, experience in nursing education.
- Current/unencumbered RN license in New York
- Teaching in professional nursing: 3 years (Required), administrative experience preferred
- Technology competent in all Microsoft products
- Experience working through an academic accreditation process is beneficial
- Masters of Science in Nursing, Doctorate (Preferred)
License or certification:
- Registered license in New York required
When applying to this job, you are confirming that you are able to do the following, in both the classroom and at our clinical sites:
- Must be able to remain in a stationary position 50% of the time.
- Ability to move about readily and rapidly, if necessary, around campus, classrooms, clinical settings, etc., to access classrooms, desks, students, office machinery, clinics, patients, etc.
- Constantly communicates using the spoken word with students, staff and colleagues.
- Visually or otherwise, identify, observe and assess.
- Operate equipment specific to programmatic track, personal computer, audio-visual equipment, clinical equipment, etc.
- Travel to off-site meetings or conferences or to observe students during clinical education at off-site clinical settings.
- In addition to the above requirements, because our Nursing program includes a clinical component, all Nursing faculty (which includes this position) must be able to:
- Stand and/or walk for extended periods.
- Ability to reach by extending hands or arms in any direction.
- Finger dexterity required to manipulate objects.
- Ability to see and hear within normal parameters.
Lift up to 25 pounds.
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 five 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 résumé, and the contact information for 3 references who can speak to your professional qualifications, to:
The College of New Rochelle
29 Castle Place
New Rochelle, New York 10805
Job Description: Coordinates day-to-day activities and services of the LRCN, which includes scheduling and conducting clinical simulations, lab set up, lab break down, and management of lab equipment and supplies.
Reports to: Director of LRCN
Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
- Coordinates daily activities and services of the LRCN labs, including scheduling and conducting clinical simulations, lab set up, lab break down, and management of lab equipment and supplies.
- Assists instructors and/or students in a clinical lab setting.
- Ensures that the lab/classroom is clean, safe, and organized; promotes safe lab practices. (i.e.) washing sheets.
- Repairs or coordinates the repair of lab equipment as required.
- Coordinates the ordering and re-supply of consumable lab equipment; conducts end of semester equipment inventories.
- Researches, evaluates, and recommends new lab materials, equipment, and experiments.
- Implements simulation activities as required.
- Establishes and updates laboratory policies and procedures.
- Prepares and maintains a variety of records and reports.
- Updates the Nursing Skills Lab website.
- Prepares reports as needed for nursing learning lab.
Must possess required knowledge and be able to explain and demonstrate, with or without reasonable accommodations, that the essential functions of the job can be performed.
- Clinical Simulation
- Medical skills, equipment, and technology used in the nursing area.
- Lab facilities and services.
- Lab equipment and supplies.
- Safety standards and practices used in lab/classroom settings.
- Processes for maintaining and/or repairing lab equipment.
Must possess required skills and be able to explain and demonstrate, with or without reasonable accommodations, that the essential functions of the job can be performed.
- Prepare and/or process purchase orders.
- Accountable for inventory/property management.
- Maintaining an established work schedule including occasional evenings and weekends.
- Effectively using interpersonal and communications skills, including tact and diplomacy, as well as working with diverse student and faculty populations.
- Effectively using organizational and planning skills with attention to detail and follow through.
- Remaining calm and logical, and following established procedures in emergencies.
- Coordinating lab activities and services.
- Assisting to students and instructors in a clinical/lab environment.
- Promoting and ensuring safe lab practices.
- Researching, evaluating and recommending new lab equipment and materials.
- Maintaining confidentiality of work-related information and materials.
- Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships. Technology Skills
- Knowledgeable of all Microsoft Office programs i.e. Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint etc. High fidelity simulations.
Required Work Experience
- Two years related work experience.
Preferred Work Experience
- Work experience managing a medical skills learning lab. Recent medical surgical experience.
- Bachelor's degree in nursing. Experience cannot be substituted for education.
- RN License New York State
- Clinical Simulation Certification preferred
- Work is performed in a standard office or similar environment.
- Subject to standing, walking, sitting, bending, reaching, pushing, and pulling.
- Occasional lifting of objects up to 10 pounds.
- Work safely and follow safety rules. Report unsafe working conditions and behavior. Take reasonable and prudent actions to prevent others from engaging in unsafe practices.
Review of application will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. To apply, please email resume to Patricia Stout Traina firstname.lastname@example.org
Adjunct Nursing Faculty needed to teach classroom and clinical with Specialties that include: Med/Surg, Mental Health, Maternity, Peds and Community Health.
Qualifications require a Master of Science in Nursing at Minimum.
The College of New Rochelle, founded in 1904, is today comprised of four schools and six locations in Westchester and the NYC metropolitan area, serving a diverse population of 3,500 women and men in undergraduate and graduate programs of study. The main campus of the College is located on a beautiful suburban setting in New Rochelle, 16 miles north of midtown Manhattan and is easily accessible by car or public transportation. The College offers a competitive salary and benefits include health insurance, a retirement plan with TIAA-CREF, a state-of-the-art Wellness Center, liberal vacation, and tuition remission.
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, visit our website at www.cnr.edu.
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. To apply, please email resume with salary requirements to: Jorie Kontos at email@example.com
The Academic Program Specialist (APS) position will entail a portfolio of activities and responsibilities that will serve prospective applicants, current students, and faculty (fulltime and adjuncts) that pertain to academic advisement and academic programs operations. Reporting to the Director of Operations, the APS will perform individual or coordinate group advisement and registration for new and continuing students in their respective programs. The APS will work with the Director of Operations to ensure a sound online registration system each semester and work individually with students on an as needed basis, The APS will be the Professional Staff assigned to manage add* drop, and change course sections during the registration period, and during College operations.
The APS will track continuing students for a) enrollment audits; b) Starfish grade monitoring* c) resolution of
Incompletes, and d) graduation audits. The APS will service the new and continuing adjuncts in their portfolio to ensure that the teaching/learning experience is at a high level. The APS will be assigned to service ExamSoft testing launches in the portfolio of classes they are assigned. The APS will proctor exams on an as needed basis. This individual will interface with on-campus stakeholders to help The College of New Rochelle's Office of Enrollment Management process these applicants and new students.
- Speak to prospective students in the assigned portfolio or on an as needed basis.
- Meet with prospective transfer applicants and students to answer questions regarding Using best practices, establish procedures for timelines when receiving transcripts and notification to Enrollment Management and individual applicants about completed transcript evaluation notification
- Advise new and continuing students as assigned.
- Educate students on use of the College online registration system and advise students individually as necessary.
- Be adept at accurate advisement in use of add, drop, course change, and curriculum and graduation requirements
- Maintain accurate electronic record keeping as required by the School and College.
- Be able to be an effective team member in program administration.
- Service adjunct and full-time faculty in syllabus retrieval, book ordering, and other specific program activities.
- Serve as an Exam Soft support member tor launching of live/virtual tests,
- Serve as a liaison to the REAL office for students in the respective portfolio
- Attend on-and off-campus Transfer Days, Instant: Admission Days, in conjunction with Enrollment Management recruitment events.
- Complete accurate transcript evaluations when requested.
- Other duties as assigned by the Dean of the School of Nursing and Director of Operations.
- Bachelor's degree
- Experience working with faculty/staff/students from post-secondary institutions
- Ability to problem solve and maintain necessary confidentiality in communications.
- Knowledge of program or project planning and implementation
- Experience developing and evaluating policies and procedures
- Strong written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills.
- Analyzing data and drawing conclusions.
- Interpreting state regulations.
- High proficiency in Microsoft Office software including Excel and other database software.
- Two years' experience working in an admission/registrar or student advisement office in a post-secondary institution desired
- Ability to present a professional personal image and represent the School and College.
- Experience performing college/university transcript evaluation desired
- Experience with transcript evaluation software a plus.
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. To apply, please send letter of interest and resume to Jorie Kontos at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Associate Dean of Pre-Licensure Program Assessment is a position of delegated responsibility for providing leadership to achieve excellence in academic activities in the SNHP. The Associate Dean reports directly to the Dean of the SNHP. The Associate Dean of Undergraduate Program Assessment is responsible for Program Assessment activities in the Pre-Licensure Programs and for ensuring that all students’ and faculty needs are appropriately addressed. The Associate Dean coordinates activities with the Dean to achieve the education and community service missions of the school, as well as developing, establishing, and evaluating the School of Nursing programs.
- Fosters the general goals of the School of Nursing as derived from the mission statement of the College and School of Nursing.
- Works collaboratively with the Dean, other School administrators, and faculty to develop and advance annual and long-term plans for the School of Nursing.
- Consults with the Dean of the School of Nursing on policies pertaining to students, faculty, and programs.
- Provide leadership as a role model of effective administration, scholarship, and community service.
- Plans for curriculum development and content integration across all courses within the program with the Dean, the faculty, and the appropriate faculty committees.
- Work with the Dean on creating the classroom course schedule.
- Encourages and facilitates faculty teaching in order to enhance the teaching expertise within the program.
- Maintain a student-centered environment within the School to include responding promptly and accurately to student inquiries, student advisement, meeting with students on probation, conducting admission and exit interviews.
- Respond to the needs of faculty, staff, and other offices as it relates to facilities issues, programming, student issues, and procedural concerns.
- Works with the Dean to promote interest in developing community, interschool, and interdisciplinary academic programs.
- Assists the Dean with recruitment of faculty, including classroom adjuncts, and makes appointment recommendations to the Dean.
- Provides for the orientation of new faculty within the program in consultation with assigned teaching and faculty mentors.
- Assigns teaching and other duties within the undergraduate programs and maintains insofar as possible the equitable and mutually agreeable distribution of assignments.
- In collaboration with the Dean, evaluates performance of faculty members in the program and makes recommendations to the Dean regarding retention, promotions, merit, tenure, dismissal or non-renewal.
- Plans with the faculty and appropriate committees for student admission, progression, retention, and advisement activities related to the program. Reports results to the Dean.
- Meets with the Dean, other administrators and directors on a regular and as-needed basis to enhance the functioning of the total School of Nursing.
- Assist in the completion of state and federal reports (CCNE, NYSED) and survey data in conjunction with the Dean, and Director of Nursing Operations, and the Director of Institutional Research.
- Coordinates student and faculty problem solving problem in conjunction with Counseling Services, Dean of Students, and individual full-time faculty and classroom adjuncts.
- Consult with appropriate offices of the College to ensure proper registration, record keeping, and services to students, as well as, proper adherence to College and School policies.
- Submit an annual report to the Dean describing goals and objectives and evaluating plans, accomplishments, and frustrations for the past year.
- Maintain appropriate community and professional contacts.
- Assumes other duties as assigned by the Dean.
- Master of Science in Nursing, Doctorate strongly preferred
- Must have significant previous full-time academic nursing administration experience
- Undergraduate teaching experience required (and also graduate teaching preferred)
- Some knowledge and experience with online teaching pedagogies preferred
- Strong interpersonal skills
- Must be student-oriented and have strong problem solving skills
- Strong computer, word processing, and technology skills
- Must be detail oriented and have good organizational skills
- Willingness to conduct select activities off site in some evening and weekend hours
- Must be a team player, work independently and interdependently and have the professionalism to be part of an administrative team
- Must be able to obtain licensure as an RN or APRN in New York State
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. To apply, please send letter of interest and resume to Jorie Kontos at email@example.com
SCHOOL OF NEW RESOURCES
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, 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:
School of New Resources
The College of New Rochelle
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.
The College of New Rochelle invites applications for a full time, tenure track position in Counselor Education beginning Fall 2019. The Division of Psychology and Counseling offers Master's degrees in School Counseling, Mental Health Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy, Career Development, and School Psychology. The responsibilities of the position include serving as program coordinator for the school counseling program, teaching graduate courses primarily in school counseling but also other master’s programs, advising students, collaborating with schools for student field training, and clinical supervision of internship students.
The position also requires scholarly engagement, including at least some of the following: research, grant writing, publishing, and presenting; outcomes assessment; service to the program, department, college, and community; and promotion of the program for the recruitment of new students. Experience with CACREP is strongly preferred.
Minimum Job Requirements
- An earned doctorate in Counselor Education from a CACREP accredited college or university. ABD may be considered.
- A minimum of three years as a school counselor.
- Professional certification as a School Counselor in New York is preferred.
- A demonstrated record of membership and participation in relevant professional organizations.
- A demonstrated record of scholarly activity.
- Strong interpersonal and organizational skills.
- Outstanding communication skills.
- Ability to engage with diverse students and show sensitivity to variations across age, gender, socioeconomic status, ethnicity, language, culture, and prior educational experience.
- Experience teaching in a higher education setting is preferred.
Send letter of application, CV and the contact information for three professional references to: Ken Doka, Ph.D., Counseloreducation@cnr.edu
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
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.
The College of New Rochelle is an EO/Affirmative Action Employer with a strong institutional commitment to diversity.