Manhattanville College Athletics Department is seeking a Women’s Rugby Coach. This position involves managing all aspects of the Women’s Rugby program including recruitment of women’s rugby players, coaching and student development. We are seeking a coach to guide the transition from a club team to a varsity sport sponsored at the NCAA Division III level.
Manage all aspects of team preparation for a successful and competitive program at NCAA Division III level (pre-season; in season; off season)
Assist the Director of Athletics in all start-up related tasks necessary in the transition from club to varsity level
Effectively recruit and retain qualified student-athletes who are excellent representatives of Manhattanville College
Develop and maintain alumni and family support of the program
Work with Director of Athletics on all fundraising aspects for the women’s rugby program
Maintain an accurate budget based on equipment, facility and travel needs
Maintain cooperation with the National Intercollegiate Rugby Association (NIRA) on scheduling, conduct, and all rules pertaining to the conference
Comply with all NCAA Division III, NIRA and Manhattanville College regulations
Coordinate community service activities
Other Duties as assigned by the Director of Athletics
Valid U.S. Driver’s license for a minimum of two years
USA Rugby Level 200 certification or equivalent
Current knowledge of the rules and policies of NCAA Division III
Manhattanville College Controller’s Office is seeking a Payroll Manager. The Manager supervises and performs all functions necessary to produce several payrolls using the Colleague system.
While supervising a payroll administrator, the Payroll Manager’s duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Knowledge of Federal and New York State payroll/employment laws and related tax laws and regulations
Preparing federal and state quarterly tax returns and year end W2 reporting
Reviewing all entries and changes to personnel and payroll data for accuracy
Reviewing and/or preparing reconciliations of various payroll-related general ledger accounts
Reviewing and/or preparing journal entries necessary for reconciliation
Preparing year-end payroll-related accruals
Entering and posting changes/corrections to employee tax status, employee banking information, voluntary payroll deductions and other miscellaneous information
Auditing time keeping records
Preparing supplemental earnings payments for processing
Standard and ad hoc research and reporting
Resolving employee inquiries and payroll discrepancies
Processing forms for verification of employment
Processing levies and garnishments
Keeping track of and resolving outstanding checks and rejected direct deposits and preparing necessary journal entries
Producing manual checks when necessary and preparing related journal entries
Keeping track of taxable graduate level tuition remission
Communicating to employees as necessary
Training personnel on procedures such as 100% direct deposit participation and web-based employee self service
Reviewing and updating documentation of payroll processing procedures
Reconciling and reporting student federal work study earnings
Maintaining records and files
Maintaining close contact with and collegial working relationship with the Human Resources Department
Preparing requested ad hoc reports for senior administration and outside agencies, including but not limited to Workers’ Compensation reporting, Labor Distribution Reports, salary and budget reporting
The Payroll Manager will also assist in Web Time Entry training of personnel and will work closely with the Office of Career Development in matters pertaining to student payroll and federal work study.
5-8 years of payroll managerial and hands-on experience in preparing exempt and non-exempt payrolls for 1,500 employees and managing the day-to-day operations of payroll
Payroll tax deposit and tax return preparation and reconciliations
Reconciliation of general ledger payroll accounts to payroll cycle and tax reports
Excellent written and oral communication skills and professional demeanor
The Controller’s Office at Manhattanville College is seeking a full-time Budget Manager to work with the entire College to prepare the annual operating and capital budgets based on assumptions approved by the President, Financial Vice President and Board of Trustees.
Prepare and continuously monitor the College's progress in achieving the approved budget, identify variances and provide timely reports to management and department administrators.
Coordinate budget-related activities with departments to provide accurate and timely forecasts of financial results.
Provide schedules and documentation for year-end financial statements and audit thereof, as assigned by Controller
Prepare information for financial statement footnotes.
Review contracts and invoices for their impact on the budget so forecasts of financial results are as accurate as possible and to be sure accounting treatment is correct.
Review employment requisitions to be sure they are in conformity with the approved budget.
Prepare monthly financial statements for the Finance and Building & Grounds Committee, in cooperation with the VP of Finance.
Train budget managers on the budget process and budget tools, as developed in cooperation with the controller and VP of Finance.
Assist department administrators in monitoring their budgets.
Prepare ad hoc analyses and reports.
Additional duties as assigned from time to time.
BS degree in Accounting or Finance, Masters degree preferred
5 years experience in medium to large accounting environment
Higher education accounting experience
Must have strong analytical skills
Must have excellent oral and written communication skills
Student Health and Counseling (SHAC) at Manhattanville College seeks a FT Nurse (RN) to practice ten months per year, 35 hrs/wk (M-F, 9a-5p), in a college-based outpatient setting. This position is located in Health Services within Student Health and Counseling Services and reports to the Assistant Director of Student Health and Counseling and Associate Dean of Student Health and Counseling.
Preferred: Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) is appreciated.
Specific Clinical and Administrative Functions:
Assess the health needs of students, provide immediate and follow-up care as needed
Knowledge of NYS immunization requirements
Knowledge, understanding and compliance with HIPAA/FERPA
Maintain ethical standards and code of conduct
Initiate referrals to specialty services and foster continuity of care.
Conduct a comprehensive review of medical history, physical examinations
Documentation: progress notes, intake/discharge summaries, documentation of important findings/diagnoses/assessments, psychosocial history
Complete necessary paperwork and reports, filing, and organizing reports accurately and in a timely manner
Monitor, record and report assessment findings (symptoms and changes in health status) and interventions
Communicate findings in your assessment to students and designated providers (HIPAA/FERPA compliance)
Participate in the collection and recording of student health documents that qualify with NYS as immunization and assessment compliant
Assist with answering phones, scheduling, and triaging
Perform additional office support duties including answering phones, scheduling, filing, and others as assigned
Coordinate outreach and programming efforts with the Student Health and Counseling team and other staff/faculty as necessary and appropriate.
Develop therapeutic relationships with students, college staff/faculty, and referral sources in the community.
Maintain a positive, compassionate bedside manner
Perform point of care tests including: blood samples, fingersticks, Urine Hcg, EKG’s,etc.
Attend and participate in meetings, student education sessions, special events, orientations, etc. as needed (evenings and weekends may be included)
Provide teaching in the areas of health promotion, disease prevention, maintenance, and management of acute/chronic diseases and participate in regular health events to contribute to the wellbeing of the student body
Physical Demands – ability to perform tasks involving standing, walking, lifting, climbing stairs, moderate physical effort, lifting and maneuvering patients, occasionally must reach above head and carry medium weight equipment
Work Environment/Hazards – exposure to communicable diseases, blood and blood products, illness, sharp instruments and needles, and electricity when in clinical areas.
This position is benefits eligible
Health Services is closed when school is closed
Excellent clinical skills
Strong oral and written skills
Demonstrated ability to work successfully with a diverse group of students and colleagues
Understand and appreciate the intellectual, emotional, social and psychological development of a diverse community of students
Maintain a holistic perspective about health and wellness
Health program development and implementation
Intermediate level of proficiency with PC/Computer skills
Strong level of comfort with using different types of technology on a daily basis
Competent in computer skills: typing, EHR experience, iPad, iPhone Apps
Report for regular office hours and when necessary, work beyond business hours to meet program or staffing needs, as needed.