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Assistant Director of Transfer Admissions
Data Manager
Coordinator for Student Success
Nurse Practitioner/Director
Marketing Admissions Coordinator
Academic Advisor
Student Activities Graduate Assistant
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November 20, 2014

Position:  Head Women's Soccer Coach
Department: Athletics

The Athletic Department is seeking a Head Women’s Soccer Coach. This position involves managing all aspects of the Women’s Soccer program.


  • Manage all aspects of team preparation for successful and competitive program at NCAA Division III level (pre-season; in season; off season)
  • Effectively recruit qualified student-athletes who will be excellent representatives of Manhattanville College
  • Develop and maintain alumni and family support of the program
  • Develop fundraising moneys from local businesses and other contacts
  • Maintain an accurate budged based on equipment, facility and travel needs
  • Prepare competitive schedule
  • Coordinate community service activities for team


  • Bachelor’s Degree but Master’s Degree Preferred
  • Current knowledge of the rules and policies of the NCAA
  • College coaching and playing experience
  • Recruiting at college level

For consideration, send cover letter and resume to humanresources@mville.edu

November 19, 2014

Position:  Assistant Director of Transfer Admissions
Department: Undergraduate Admissions

The Undergraduate Admissions Office at Manhattanville College is seeking an Assistant Director of Transfer Admissions.


Principle duties and responsibilities are divided with focuses on recruitment, counselor relations, strengthening brand image, cohort management, and decision making:

  • Plan and implement recruiting and outreach to prospective undergraduate transfer students primarily at community colleges, college fairs (both national and regional) and other programs to counsel, guide, and direct students to make application to the University.
  • Heavy day, night and weekend travel 3-6 months per year.
  • Conduct regional interviews in territory.
  • Maintain professional relationship with transfer counselors & independent counselors
  • Maintain consistent contact with inquiries from territory through tele counseling and email, assist in converting them to deposited students.
  • Gain knowledge and keep up to date with Target X CRM software.
  • Evaluate and make recommendation for admissions decisions of applicants with the goal of achieving application, admit, and enrolled goals.
  • Assist with the coordination of travel efforts for the team.
  • Attend state and national professional development conferences.
  • Obtain leadership roles within professional organizations that enable promotion of the institution.
  • Mentor new counselors.
  • Participate in marketing planning to strength the University brand to prospective transfer students, their parents, and the community through public presentations.
  • Act as cohort manager or liaison to specific area or group. (Ex. Athletics, Duchesne Center, Performing and Visual Arts, etc.)
  • Other duties as may be assigned from time to time


  • 3+ Years Professional Experience
  • Bachelor's Degree required
  • Willing and able to travel domestically
  • Work extended hours including nights and weekends
  • Valid driver's license required
  • The successful candidate will be a team player, who is goal driven and detail-oriented
  • The successful candidate must have excellent communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills
  • Additionally, the candidate should be a self-starter with the ability to multi-task
  • Candidate must be proficient in Microsoft Office
  • Experience working with Target X/Sales Force is preferred
For consideration, complete a questionnaire at https://www.research.net/s/MvilleHR. Upon completion of questionnaire please submit your cover letter and resume to humanresources@mville.edu.

November 19, 2014

Position:  Data Manager
Department:  Undergraduate Admissions

The Undergraduate Admissions Office at Manhattanville College is seeking a Data Manager. Under the direction of the Director of Admissions, the Data Manager performs: entry and integrity of data entered into and queried from various sources and database platforms utilized by Office of Admission. This position requires the demonstrated ability to develop, manage and analyze through document lifecycles, and provide ongoing management of inquiry and applicant data.

Responsibilities require personal interaction, excellent written, communication and organizational skills, programming, training and supervising support staff, the exercise of independent judgment, and knowledge of computer software.


  • Perform a wide variety of administrative duties as required by daily operations in the Undergraduate Admissions Office.
  • Document processes, policies and procedures for data reporting, including data confidentiality and data security
  • Show proficiency in data management, SQL and querying databases and extracting data from other sources as needed
  • Oversee the processing, document imaging, and distribution of all prospective applications and credentials
  • Remove inactive or duplicate records
  • Recommend and develop office procedures and systems to ensure smooth office operations
  • Assist in coordinating the office-wide customer management system interface and data input (TargetX/Colleague)
  • Compile and coordinate the data transfer for several vital campus departments
  • Hire, train and supervise the support staff members
  • Represent the office to students, parents, campus community, and the general public


  • Bachelors Degree required, Masters Degree preferred
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, TargetX, Colleague or similar Student Information System preferred.
  • Excellent written and oral skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills
  • Ability to work within a group as well as independently
  • Ability to handle many different tasks simultaneously



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November 14, 2014

Position:  Coordinator
Department: Center for Student Success

Manhattanville College Center for Student Success is seeking a dynamic, energetic and collaborative team member who assists and empowers other staff in accomplishing the goals of the programs to serve and enhance the intellectual and personal growth of our students.


  • Responsible for the development and implementation of all aspects of the Pre-Freshman Summer Program
  • Provide appropriate advising to a caseload of MAP scholars & make referrals when necessary
  • Participate in MAP recruitment, outreach, and coordinate mailings
  • Assist with planning and publicizing CSS events; Responsible for the Senior Dinner & Dean's Lunch coordination
  • Provide informational sessions to visiting high school students
  • Attend meetings and trainings & follow through with issues raised
  • Update CSS webpages
  • Greet students, parents, faculty, and other college administrators in the CSS office
  • Proofread, copyedit, and type memos, correspondence, reports, and other documents as needed
  • Maintain accurate CSS database and student files and keep records of MAP student requirements
  • Maintain a master calendar of work schedules, vacations, meetings, & conferences for CSS staff
  • Hire and supervise student workers
  • Organize hours and coverage for Study Hall
  • Assist in maintaining financial spreadsheets
  • Assist with completion of reports and assessment of programs
  • General office management (order supplies, correspondence w/ other departments, etc.)


  • Experience working with diverse populations in a multicultural setting
  • Previous experience working in a higher education student services department
  • Experience with website design or maintenance, and internet platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, etc., and similar applications/platforms is preferred and highly skilled in Microsoft Office
  • Demonstrated ability to work well independently, and within a team atmosphere
  • Outstanding interpersonal and communication (written and verbal) skills
  • Strong organizational, analytical and problem solving skills
  • Required full compliance with the policies/procedures of FERPA and confidentiality with all sensitive information

For more information about the Centers for Student Success please visit our website at


For consideration, submit resume, cover letter, and names of three references to humanresources@mville.edu.

November 14, 2014

Position:  Nurse Practitioner/Director
Department:   Health Center

The Health Center at Manhattanville College is seeking a Director/Nurse Practitioner. He/She is responsible for the delivery of health care service to students. This position has several components: direct and indirect provision of health care, health education, administration, staff development, supervision and professional growth and development.

The position is an administrative appointment, reporting to the Vice President for Student Affairs. Medical protocols and decisions are reviewed with the part-time College physician who works in conjunction with the Director. The position supervises three full time positions within the health service (two nurses and one administrative assistant) and one part time Dietician.


A graduate of an accredited Adult or Family Nurse Practitioner program and hold a Masters degree in a health related area and is eligible for licensure as a registered nurse and nurse practitioner with prescriptive authority in the New York Health system. A minimum of four years of nurse practitioner experience and a minimum of three years of management experience in a college health setting is preferable.

Specific Functions:


  • Provides direct clinical services to students as a certified registered nurse practitioner.
  • Assesses health and illness status and needs, develops a plan of care and evaluates outcomes, reports and documents this information appropriately in student records.
  • Provides health information, advises, counsels and discusses with students' health issues including sexual health and other confidential matters.
  • Is available on call for student health or campus emergencies, serves on the Campus Emergency Response Team.
  • Develops and maintains the Health Services relationships with local providers and hospitals.
  • Works in collaboration with the Director of Counseling Services to provide coordinated care for students with related medical and psychological issues.
  • Following confidentiality /HIPAA guidelines collaborates with the College administration on cases involving student medical situations when needed.
  • Provides counsel and support to colleagues in the Student Affairs area and college community on issues related to student and community health and wellness.

Health Education:

  • Identifies health education needs for individuals and groups of students and provides or coordinates the delivery of information to meet those needs.
  • Solicits input from students and student organizations regarding health issues and provides informational sessions to address those issues.
  • Participates in division education initiatives regarding sexual assault, alcohol and others as needed.
  • Collaborates with students in identifying best means for providing information.
  • Encourages and supports other health service providers to identify and provide information to students on current health issues.


  • Position is responsible for all aspects of the College's student health program including managing the development and administration of program and services; and providing direct care as a nurse practitioner.
  • Provides administrative leadership and vision in consultation with the Vice President and other responsible parties for the development, implementation and assessment initiatives, policies and practices to carry out and improve student health and the quality of services provided as the Health Service.
  • Determines in conjunction with the medical doctor, medical policy, protocols and best practices to ensure a high standard of care and safety for students, other clients and health care staff.
  • Provides supervision of all Health Center staff to ensure delivery of appropriate and safe healthcare services to students including: employment of staff; evaluation of performance; staff coordination and workflow; clinical effectiveness and safety.
    • Recruits, hires, supervises, evaluates and provides guidance to two full-time nurses, one full-time administrative assistant and one part-time dietician.
    • Monitors care given by consultant physicians. Work collaboratively with physician consultants to ensure high quality of service.
  • Oversees, analyzes and manages health service budget.
  • Strong organizational, interpersonal and management skills that promote trust, effective communication, positive working relationships, participation, teamwork and problem solving.
  • Identifies, analyzes, and addresses problems in order to resolve issues wherever possible to minimize negative impacts for operations.
  • Serves on various committees, work groups. Works closely with the student wellness committee.
  • Reviews cases with Academic Advising and Disability Support Services as needed for student accommodations.
  • Maintains professional engagement through activities such as continuing education, professional organizations, publications or related endeavors.
  • Coordinates, and plans maintenance, upgrade and best utilization of the health center facility.


  • Excellent clinical skills as a nurse practitioner
  • Strong oral and written communication skills.
  • Able to operate computer, printer, copier, calculator, and communicate clearly on the phone.
  • Possesses computer skills including word processing, spreadsheets and the internet.
  • Works successfully with a diverse group of colleagues and clients and upholds the College's commitment to diversity.
  • Understands and appreciates the intellectual, emotional, social and psychological development of undergraduate students in a diverse community committed to intellectual rigor.


  • Report for regular office hours and when necessary, works beyond normal business hours to meet program or staffing needs at the Health Center.

For consideration, send cover letter and resume to humanresources@mville.edu.



November 7, 2014

Position: Marketing Admissions Coordinator
Department: Manhattanville School of Business (MSB)

The Manhattanville School of Business is seeking a Marketing Admissions Coordinator. He/She will be responsible for coordinating all aspects of the admissions and recruitment process including the internal department management of admissions its digital and print publications, advertising and marketing efforts.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Maintains familiarity with admissions, registration, and academic program requirements as well as the various types of operational and student support and registration systems such as financial aid, registration (Colleague), Blackboard, Target X etc.
  • Review of admissions applications and generation of student communications. Maintain the inquiry and application database, including input of data through stages of admissions up through and including inquiry, application, acceptance, confirmation. Running of scheduled admissions and enrollment reports and ad hoc inquiries as needed.
  • Create and update students profiles, programs, and status in the college database
  • Maintain the MSB academic, administrative and events calendars
  • Proactively follow-up with prospective students and help guide them through the admissions and registration process.
  • Maintain and update materials and credentials for admission and coordinate the distribution of targeted materials and literature to prospective students, in-person and digitally.
  • Assist with creating, editing and updating marketing materials and communication pieces (print and digital) and proactively manage the currency and dynamics of the MSB social media sites.
  • Maintain, edit, and update content on the School of Business website pages.
  • Assist with media buying, managing admissions and marketing vendors such as digital marketing agencies as well as online marketing campaigns such as pay per click and search engine optimization efforts. Must be able to analyze results and manage progress of these campaigns.
  • Coordinate the marketing and execution of all open houses and other MSB events.
  • Attends and participates in College sponsored special events and maintain relationships with other College personnel and students, as well as increase the visibility of MSB.
  • Participate in professional development opportunities and professional organizations, as well as college-wide committees as needed.
  • Provide support and assistance to the Director of Marketing and Enrollment as directed.


  • Bachelor's Degree
  • Excellent written, oral and interpersonal skills, needed to build and maintain community relationships, and speak publically to individuals/groups on and off campus.
  • A strong commitment to student development and success through advocacy, positive attitude, adaptability, approachability, problem solving, and support.
  • Detail oriented self-starter, high energy with initiative, and a proactive problem-solver.
  • Ability to multitask and think strategically in a complex organizational structure.
  • Proficiency in MS Office
  • Must be able to work flexible hours, evenings and weekends when needed.
  • Three years of work experience in higher education.
  • Proficiency in academic technologies such as Salesforce/Target X, Ellucian, and Colleague a plus.

For consideration, send cover letter and resume to humanresources@mville.edu.

November 7, 2014

Job Title: Academic Advisor

Department: Academic Advising

The Academic Advising Office is seeking an Academic Advisor. The Academic Advisor serves as a member of the Academic Advising team, and works alongside Advising staff, faculty, the Registrar, academic support staff, and student life staff to support the College's efforts to maximize student progress and success. The Academic Advisor will address the needs of first year students in order to help students in making successful transitions into college, from Freshman to Sophomore year, and then to a faculty advisor in their major department during the Sophomore year. The Academic Advisor will also work closely with other Advisors and the Registrar's staff in monitoring and reporting on student progress to faculty, student life staff, the Registrar, and the Director of Academic Advising. The Academic Advisor will work as a member of the Academic Advising team to develop and implement student support programs (including Starfish), participate in meetings regarding academic advising and student academic development, and make recommendations to the Director for modifications and improvements.


Including, but not limited to the following:

  • Assists with the general academic advising and monitoring of the academic progress of undergraduate students, particularly freshmen and sophomores.
  • Provides support for advising and registration of students as needed.
  • Plans and presents workshops for students on topics related to advising, registration, general academic information, policies, and procedures.
  • Serves as a contact and resource for students, faculty and staff for issues relating to the College's academic requirements and student academic progress.
  • Assists with outreach to and follow-up with students for whom concerns have been shared through the College's Starfish/Early Alert system and provides appropriate referrals to campus resources.
  • Participates in training and programming initiatives offered through the Office of Academic Advising.
  • Other duties as assigned.


  • Bachelor's Degree required, Master's Degree preferred.
  • A minimum of two years of experience in academic advising in a College environment.
  • Demonstrated Interest in student development and dedication to the College's core values.
  • Excellent written, oral communication, and interpersonal skills essential.
  • Experience with modern Student Information Systems, Blackboard, MS Office Suite and Early Alert systems (Starfish desirable).
  • Experience in advising various student populations (first-year, transfer students etc.) is desirable.

For consideration, send cover letter and resume to humanresources@mville.edu.

October 15, 2014

Position:  Graduate Assistant
Department: Student Activities

The Student Activities Office at Manhattanville College is seeking a Graduate Assistant.  The Graduate Assistant is supervised by the Programming Coordinator for Student Activities. He/She works closely with the office professional staff by aiding in providing well-rounded co-curricular programs and activities campus wide. He/She is responsible for a variety of projects related to Student Involvement, Intramurals and Leadership Development for the Office of Student Activities. The expected amount of work hours will range from 25 hours per week with a large portion geared towards weekend coverage. Hours are to be agreed upon between the Graduate Assistant and the Programming Coordinator. Normal business hours are Monday through Friday between 9 AM and 6 PM to include weekend coverage of events. Graduate Assistant would need to be very flexible regarding weekend coverage as the times and days will vary based on the events/needs. Summer responsibilities are a required part of this position and will be established in consultation with the Programming Coordinator.



  • Work closely with the Programming Coordinator for Student Activities to implement and assess campus wide programming and encourage/advise student organizations in planning, implementing, and assessing programs to meet these goals.
  • Develop an intramural program that includes planning, scheduling, implementing and assessing a wide range of leagues, competitions and events for Mville students and the campus community. This includes: recruitment, hiring, training and evaluation of student workers, coordination of facilities, planning a comprehensive program not to exclude any student with the desire to participate, and promoting events to campus using flyers, emails, social media, and website development.
  • Assist with Student Activities functions such as Orientation, Club Fair, Fall Fest, Quad Jam, Club Calendar Planning Meeting and Leadership activities, etc.
  • Attend Office of Student Activities staff meetings, weekly one-on-one meetings, training sessions, and all appropriate retreats, workshops, or seminars assigned by the Office of Student Activities.
  • Update department's website, monitor and post to social media sites, the digital board and create office newsletter.
  • Provide coverage for intramurals/weekend events, assist students with needs and concerns regarding events.
  • Collect data and mange statistics of events.
  • Participate as department and division team member.
  • Assume any other responsibilities assigned by the Programming Coordinator or Associate Director of Student Activities.


  • A stipend of $4000 ($2000 each semester) and payment for tuition credits for two (3) credit courses for the academic year (fall, winter intersession and spring).

Application Requirements:

  • Applicants must be a matriculated graduated student at Manhattanville College. Students enrolled in graduate programs at other institutions are encouraged to apply but will not receive payment for tuition credits. 


  • Bachelor's degree required.
  • Have an understanding of student club/organization events, campus programming and Intramural Sports.
  • Experience in a leadership position in student activities, campus programming and sports management is desirable.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Demonstrate excellent organizational and time management skills, ability to organize a continuous flow of work in a timely manner and meet mandatory guidelines.
  • Ability to independently manage a variety of tasks with frequent interruptions and shifting priorities
  • Candidate must have supervisory experience and professional skills necessary to supervise student staff.
  • Problem solving skills sufficient to analyze information and/or situations to come to appropriate conclusions and consistently incorporate sound judgment and decision making skills to offer appropriate options and resolutions.
  • Be a supportive team member in a diverse environment.
  • Have excellent computer skills.

For consideration, send cover letter and resume to humanresources@mville.edu.