Online Services Librarian, Manhattanville College Library
Manhattanville College seeks a service-oriented Library professional to become our first Online Services Librarian. This position will be responsible for configuring and integrating Library technologies. These include the Integrated Library System, web site, and applications to deliver reference and instructional services. The Online Services Librarian will also provide in-person Library services and assist with managing service desks. This position will follow an evening schedule during academic terms. Schedule varies during Intersessions.
Required: ALA-accredited MLS degree or equivalent, and at least two years’ professional experience in an academic library; experience with a broad range of Library and Information technologies; excellent written and oral communication skills; commitment to teamwork with diverse colleagues and library users.
Desired: Second master’s degree; experience with scripting and programming languages; evidence of engagement with the Library profession, including scholarly presentations and/or publications.
Residence Life at Manhattanville College is seeking an Assistant Director of Housing Operations. The Assistant Director is primarily responsible for the overall coordination of assignments and housing operations for a residential campus of approximately 1000 beds. This position serves as the primary contact for students, families, and vendors as it relates to assignments, billing, and facilities. Additionally, this position collaborates regularly with Physical Plant, Housekeeping, Student Accounts, Information Technology, and Dinning Services in order to provide a seamless residential experience for students. The Assistant Director represents the department in the director’s absence.
The Assistant Director of Housing Operations reports to the Director of Residence Life and Conference Services.
Implement web-based housing application and selection processes, within Adirondack Solutions, for all residential students and conference guests
Develop and facilitate Adirondack training presentations for the department, as well as for students and their families
Establish and maintain effective occupancy procedures such as housing agreements, emergency contact information, and accurate rosters
Assist in the processing of room change requests, emergency reassignments and waitlisted students in a timely manner
Continuously evaluate and assess College housing occupancy, retention, and projection trends
Maintain data and reports as it pertains to residential occupancy and respond to inquiries from campus stakeholders
Manage the housing petitions process for students who seek to be released from the housing agreement
Establish and maintain effective administrative procedures for the department as it pertains to room condition reports (RCR), health & safety inspections, key management, and card swipe access
Manage opening, closing, and break housing procedures for all residential communities
Coordinate with cleaning, maintenance, and IT departments to ensure that daily, general and emergency issues within the residence halls are corrected in a timely fashion
Organize residence hall furniture inventory to ensure yearly furniture and room needs are met
Assist the Director of Residence Life & Conference Services with projects designed to improve residential facilities
Coordinate with vendors to meet the needs of the College
Student and Staff Development and Selection
Assist in the supervision of three Residence Directors in all matters related to occupancy and facilities management
Recruit, train, and supervise student facilities assistants
Coordinate professional staff selection and training
Create and maintain Resident Advisor and Residence Director manuals
Serve as a conduct hearing officer for higher level cases
Serve as a College Title IX investigator (training provided)
Collaboration and Community Involvement
Assist with campus and student emergencies, as needed
Serve in a rotation as the back-up administrator on-call
Chair and/or serve on departmental, divisional, and campus-wide committees
Participate in college wide event such as orientation and open houses
Work collaboratively across the campus to create strong relationships and sustained enthusiasm to support inclusivity
Update and maintain departmental website, Adirondack portal, and social media on a regular basis
Other duties as assigned
A Master's degree in Higher Education Administration or related field and 3-5 years of full-time professional experience in Residence Life are required. Strong candidates will be comfortable with technology, demonstrate a desire to learn, and have the ability to teach others. Experience with Adirondack Solutions, or related assignments software, is a plus. Candidates will also demonstrate a commitment to customer service and understand the importance of being a team player; possess strategic planning, administrative, and effective communication skills; as well as a positive attitude.
The Athletics Department at Manhattanville College is seeking an Assistant Trainer. This position involves assisting the Head Athletic Trainer in developing and implementing the sports medicine program for intercollegiate athletics at Manhattanville College.
Assisting the Head Athletic Trainer in all aspects of the sports medicine program including coordination of team doctor visits, scheduling of team game and practice coverage, data logins of the NCAA Surveillance System as well as rehabilitation and treatment schedules
Computer and organization skills a must
Must have knowledge of NCAA eligibility requirements
Master’s degree in related field
BOC ATC certification required
NATA and NYS eligible
Red Cross CPR/AED/First Aid certification required
Must be cognizant of mental health disorders and work within the mental health policy of the college
Ability to communicate effectively with student athletes, coaches, athletic department administration, other health care professionals and the college community
Excellent communication and organizational skills, ability to work independently and collaboratively and the ability to supervise student staff and respond to student needs