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Part-Time Faculty Positions

Part-Time Faculty Positions

Thank you for your interest in our open Staff Positions. Manhattanville College is an equal opportunity employer. Please direct all applications and inquiries to:

 

Human Resources

Telephone: 914.323.7202
Fax: 914.323.5322

 

About Manhattanville

Manhattanville College is an independent, coeducational, liberal arts college located about 30 miles north of New York City on a picturesque campus of 100 acres.  The College enrolls a nationally and internationally diverse student body of approximately 2,500 undergraduate and graduate students with over 40% of our students coming from historically underrepresented populations. Building on its heritage of social justice and social activism, the College prepares students through rigorous academic and co-curricular programs, for ethical and socially responsible leadership in a global community.  We achieve this through integrated learning that combines classroom rigor with experiential opportunities, leadership with service, intimate attention with global reach, progressive change with enduring values, and social commitment with ethical responsibility. The College is fully committed to an inclusive and culturally diverse faculty, staff and student community. We seek to recruit qualified and diverse candidates who will help us achieve our goal of creating an inclusive community that is welcoming to all people.

 

Under the supervision of the Director of Field Placement and Certification, the role of the College Field Supervisor (CFS) is vital in the development of a high quality student/supervised teaching program.

Serving as liaison between Manhattanville College and placement schools, the College Field Supervisor will observe, evaluate and confer with each student/supervised teacher assigned (and cooperating teacher, if applicable) through the following responsibilities, knowledge, skills and abilities:

  • A minimum of 5 years of successful classroom teaching.
  • Highly skilled professional background in education; Supervision experience of classroom teaching a plus.
  • Excellent interpersonal, time management, written and verbal communication skills.
  • Guiding the student/supervised teacher in the process necessary to submit their Teacher Candidate Assessment Portfolios (TCAP).
  • Making at least four (4) supervisory visits to each assigned student/supervised teacher. The number of site visits is a function of the educational needs of the student teacher; four (4) visits should be seen as a minimum, not as a norm.
  • Communication with seminar professors who conduct weekly integrating seminars which are a vital part of the Manhattanville College Education Program. These weekly seminars provide theory, teaching strategies, background curriculum, materials, resources, self-reflection and self-analysis to the student/supervised teacher. They are designed to help student/supervised teachers approach their field experiences with better understanding of educational issues, methods and curriculum, and to provide assistance to the student/supervised teacher to resolve problems and answer questions.
  • Collecting, reviewing, reflecting and discussing all assessment information with each student/supervised teacher and arriving at a final report that will be placed in the student/supervised teacher’s file located in the School of Education.

Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in education
  • Certification to teach elementary, secondary or special education
  • At least 3 years supervisory experience preferred
  • Experience teaching diverse populations of children or youth
  • Availability during the school day hours

Salary Range: $400 per student observed plus mileage

For consideration, send cover letter and CV/resume to jobs@mville.edu. 

Manhattanville College is committed to equality of educational opportunity and is an equal opportunity employer. The College does not discriminate against current or prospective students and employees on the basis of race, color, sex, national and ethnic origin, religion, age, disability, or any other legally protected characteristic. If you are unable to complete this application process due to a disability, contact Manhattanville Human Resources at human.resources@mville.edu to ask for an accommodation or an alternative application process. 

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Manhattanville College School of Education is seeking a part-time Professional Development School Liaison to serve at one or more of our Professional Development Schools (PDS) two days each week. Our Professional Development Schools are part of Manhattanville College’s Changing Suburbs Institute® PDS network of 10 districts and 19 schools. The PDS Liaison will serve as the link between the school(s) and the college. This person will work with Manhattanville College faculty/students/administrative staff and PDS faculty/students/administrative staff to implement and sustain PDS national standards.  

Essential Duties and Responsibilities 

  • Supervises student/supervised teachers  
  • Works with teachers to identify areas of professional development interest and coordinate such interests with College faculty. Develops projects and programs related to teachers’ and faculty’s professional development interests 
  • Coordinates any and all projects developed between the College and school 
  • Works with College and school administrators to develop and implement an assessment of the PDS  
  • Works with College and school administrators and faculty to organize events (e.g., receptions and after-school programs) between the College and the school district
  • Attends School of Education PDS Liaison Working Group meetings, and gives monthly report of activities
  • Helps to develop the agenda and attends PDS Advisory Board meetings and annual retreat
  • Collects and helps to analyze data about PDS student teachers, cooperating teachers, and other pertinent initiatives
  • Completes Goals & Planning Development Reports (3x/year) and Year End Goals Narrative Report.  

Required Qualifications 

  • Master’s degree in a field of education  
  • Teaching experience  

Salary Range: $5,200 ($2,600 per semester).   Additional compensation: $400 to supervise each student teacher per semester; $3165 per semester if teaching Student Teaching seminar. 

Anticipated Start Date: As soon as possible 

For consideration, send cover letter and CV/resume to jobs@mville.edu. 

Manhattanville College is committed to equality of educational opportunity and is an equal opportunity employer. The College does not discriminate against current or prospective students and employees on the basis of race, color, sex, national and ethnic origin, religion, age, disability, or any other legally protected characteristic. If you are unable to complete this application process due to a disability, contact Manhattanville Human Resources at human.resources@mville.edu to ask for an accommodation or an alternative application process. 

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Manhattanville College School of Arts and Sciences is seeking a part-time adjunct professor to teach introductory- and upper-level Sociology courses for the Fall 2024 semester. Please note that if the Fall semester is a successful, there will be the possibility of future employment. 

Format:

Courses are scheduled to run in-person in the Fall at Manhattanville College. Preferred meeting dates are Tuesdays and Thursdays. Upper-level courses can run one day/week starting at 1:50 or later.

Course Description

SOC.1001 Introduction to Sociology

  • This course provides an overview of the broad scope of the discipline of sociology. Basic concepts and theories will be discussed as students are introduced to the major fields of study within sociology. The sociological perspective, as a useful view of the human condition, will serve as the central theme of the course.
  • Please indicate 1-2 upper-level courses you would be interested in teaching, among the following courses: Models of Social & Economic Justice, History of Social Action, Social Problems, Family & Society, Education & Society, and Race & Ideology.

Required Qualifications 

  • Applicants should possess an MA or PhD in Sociology. 
  • Previous experience teaching required.  

Salary Range: $3,375-3,825/ semester

Anticipated Start Date: August 2024

For consideration, send cover letter and CV/resume to jobs@mville.edu. 

Manhattanville College is committed to equality of educational opportunity and is an equal opportunity employer. The College does not discriminate against current or prospective students and employees on the basis of race, color, sex, national and ethnic origin, religion, age, disability, or any other legally protected characteristic. If you are unable to complete this application process due to a disability, contact Manhattanville Human Resources at human.resources@mville.edu to ask for an accommodation or an alternative application process. 

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