Positions currently available at Manor College:
Full-Time opening for a Financial Aid Counselor.
The Financial Aid Counselor assists the Director in the coordination of all aspects of the Financial Aid Office. He/She will assist in counseling and advising current and prospective students on various forms of aid available and other resources to assist in paying the cost of attending Manor College.
- Package students with available financial assistance under the supervision of the Director.
- Enter and track all documents in the Comprehensive Academic Management Systems (CAMS) pertaining to your students.
- Research and compile information for special conditions/income reductions for student files.
- Perform federal and college verification of aid applications for financial assistance.
- Verify and confirm student awards for Satisfactory Academic Progress after each semester.
- Coordinate all aspects of the Federal and State Work-Study program.
- Assist Director with various reports as assigned.
- Attend and participate in Admissions Open Houses and other on and off campus events.
- Certify aid funds on CAMS.
- Originate and disburse all Federal Direct Loans and private alternative loans to student accounts.
- Assist with Entrance and Exit loan Counseling.
- Communicate on a regular basis with Admissions, Bursar, Registrar and Finance Office concerning financial aid matters.
- Assist the Director in various other projects as assigned.
- Associates Degree Required, Bachelors Degree Preferred.
- Some financial aid experience (intern, work-study) preferred.
- Proficient in the use of all Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
- 1+ Year Counseling experience
- 1+ Year Customer service experience
- Ability to perform multiple tasks
- Attention to detail
To Apply: Please submit your resume with salary requirements to email@example.com
Manor College has an immediate need for a Part-Time Head Soccer Coach (Women).
Job Summary: Support the Director of Athletics with the implementation of the athletic program, coaching, and mentoring of student athletes.
Schedule: Part-Time, Athletic Season Schedule
Qualifications: Should have prior coaching experience in athletics at the collegiate level, and a high degree of commitment to the student-athletes of Manor College. A coach should be highly organized, able to maintain accurate records and have good interpersonal communication skills. A coach should possess the ability to motivate players through positive reinforcement, maintain healthy team morale, and instill the principles of discipline and good sportsmanship into their teams.
Work Schedule: Days and hours worked are flexible, providing that you devote enough time to your position to ensure that all responsibilities are being fulfilled in a timely manner.
Responsibilities / Accountabilities:
- Actively recruit all student athletes for your team. Coaches should represent Manor at Open House events to answer questions about the program and recruit potential players.
- Schedule and conduct all team practices.
- Must ensure that all preparations have been made for games.
- Complete Incident Reports for any injuries or disturbances that occur during an athletic event. These should be forwarded to the Athletic Director and the Dean of Students.
- Maintain close communications with the Athletic Director and/or Dean of Students and relay all important information in a timely manner.
- Must direct all requests for team uniforms or equipment to the Athletic Director in a timely manner
- Ensure that your student athletes are not left unsupervised before, during or after all away games.
- Attend meetings at the request of the Athletic Director or Dean of Students.
- Must ensure that all student athletes on your team complete and submit all required paperwork prior to the start of practices.
- Distribute team uniforms prior to the start of the regular season and then perform an inventory at the end of the season to catalog all uniforms and equipment. Coaches are responsible for ensuring that all uniforms are returned to the athletic department and the end of the season of competition.
- Keep your players informed of information regarding practices, schedule changes, game times, departure time, and roster changes.
- Provide all players with a written set of team rules on proper behavior and conduct as representatives of Manor College. You should also provide the Dean of Students with a copy of these same written rules.
- Ensure that all team members are wearing proper uniform attire and conduct themselves during games and travel in a manner befitting of Manor College.
- Provide updates on scores and stats to the Athletic Department Coordinator in a timely manner so updates can be made to the Manor College website.
- Coaches need to drive the vans to transport players to away games. As such, they are responsible for the safety of the athletes and must obey all driving laws.
- Monitor student-athlete progress and encourage academic excellence through the supervision of study halls, or arranging for tutoring in the Learning Center.
- Coaches oversee all athletic department work studies and are responsible for ensuring the accuracy of the timesheets. The coach is also responsible for signing the time sheets for their work-studies.
- Responsible for providing proper disciplinary measures for player infractions during practices, games, or on campus.
To Apply: Please submit your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Manor College has an opening for Part-Time (on call), Security Officers
Job Summary: Provide personal and property security for faculty, staff, students, and visitors while on campus by patrolling areas and enforcing the colleges rules and safety regulations.
Schedule: Part-Time, as needed
- Investigate any suspicious person(s), activity or any other unusual event that may occur on Campus. Officer will contact 911 if the incident necessitates Law Enforcement intervention. Officers will not place their safety in jeopardy.
- Complete an incident report involving the following; confrontations with students, visitors, theft, alarms, fire, medical emergency and any other unusual event. Incident reports must be completed and forwarded to the Security Information Officer before his/ her shift is completed.
- As a Security Officer you are considered a Campus Security Authority (CSA). A Campus Security Authority is responsible to report Clery Act crimes to the Security Information Officer.
- Upon arriving for duty, will report to the Security Office and familiarize themselves with all current orders, memorandums, daily log book and additional information. The Officer on duty will inform the arriving Officer of any problems, guests and other significant information.
- Follow all emergency procedures set forth by the Assistant Director of Security.
- Review and understand Fire emergencies procedures:
- Fire drills
- Resetting alarm (all building)
- Checking alarm panel
- Fire emergencies (all buildings)
- Other monthly inspections may be required if you are a Co-Coordinator of Fire Safety Hazards, including, but not limited to completing a checklist and if needed a Notice of Fire Hazard report will be completed and forwarded to the Security Information Officer. If there is a direct danger, immediately contact the Assistant Director of Security as well as the Supervisor of the Maintenance Department.
- Know and carry out a specific procedure if there is a request for a door to be unlocked after normal morning procedures have been completed.
- Obligations to Manor College:
- Basketball Games
- Open Houses
- Any scheduled social events
- During patrols, check appliances (coffee pots, air conditioners, etc...) in all three buildings. This does not include Dorm rooms.
- Must be at least 25 years of age at time of application.
- Must be a high school graduate, or have GED equivalent.
- Must have prior job experience in Security, Police, or military service fields.
- Must be able to communicate effectively in English, both verbally, and in writing.
- Must possess good problem solving skills & the ability to work efficiently & independently.
- Must complete and maintain certifications in AED, CPR and First Aid and any other training that may be required. Copies of your certification will be kept in your file.
- Must have no criminal record or child abuse history.
- Must be in good overall physical condition, with good eyesight, hearing and the ability to move at least 50 lbs unassisted.
- Must be able to follow and enforce all Security Department policies and procedures, also will be required to respond quickly, calmly and professionally to a variety of emergencies.
- Must be able to tolerate long periods of sitting, standing, walking and frequent stair climbing.
- Must be able to report on time for your assigned shift.
- Must complete any and all incident reports or paperwork by the end of your assigned shift.
To Apply: Please send your resume to email@example.com
Full-Time Policy, Compliance and Risk Mitigation Manager.
The Policy, Compliance and Risk Mitigation Manager’s duty is to assess and unify policies into a consistent format positioned into one locale or electronic platform accessible to all internal college constituencies; to craft and help enforce and maintain institutional compliance tables, e.g., Higher Education Act / Higher Education Compliance Alliance / Cleary / FERPA, etc.; and to assess and help reduce varied layers and natures of campus risks, helping to insure insurable risks and to alleviate or mitigate risks that can be addressed as such. The role will need to be led in a fashion that is very cost conscious, effective for the institution, and in collaborative synergy with other departments.
The role will involve planning, assistance, and advice with/for the College’s various accreditation processes and programs, and will support the President’s office with numerous compliance and educational training programs for faculty, staff, and administration.
The role will also require advice and assistance to the President relative to compliance for board processes and meetings, and as a member of the President’s office, will otherwise generally serve the President’s office.
Specific Responsibilities & Essential Functions
- Assess and unification of the College’s policies and procedures into a consistent format electronically
- Craft, enforce and maintain institutional compliance tables
- Risk Management
- Collaborate with other departments providing support, education and training to build compliance and risk awareness within the institution
- Provide advice, assistance and support to the President relative to compliance for board processes and meeting
- Will serve the President as a member of the President’s office
- Role must be led in a cost conscious, effective way for the institution
- Other duties as assigned
Criteria & Qualifications
- Strong verbal and written communication skills
- Excellent organizational skills
- Ability to perform accurately in a detailed-oriented environment and handle confidential and time-sensitive matters.
- Ability to independently manage multiple projects and priorities.
- Ability to strictly adhere to pressing deadlines
- 7 years experience in Higher Education
- Comfortable with some public speaking and leading job related meetings and committees
- Proficient in the usage of computer programs (Microsoft Office Suite)
- Bachelor's Degree or higher with some level of concentration in law and/or policy
- Certified paralegal or licensed attorney preferred.
Interested candidates, please submit your resume, salary requirement and 3 professional references to firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Development and Alumni Relations
Manor College is a private, two-year, Catholic, co-ed, independent institution of higher learning founded in suburban Montgomery County in 1947 by the Byzantine Ukrainian Sisters of Saint Basil the Great. In 1959, Manor was chartered and incorporated in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as Manor Junior College. The College was approved by the State Council of Education, Department of Instruction in 1964.
The College offers a variety of programs under three academic divisions: Allied Health, Science and Mathematics; Business Technology and Legal Studies; and Liberal Arts. Manor College is accredited by the Middles States Commission on Higher Education and has an enrollment of just under 1,000 students. The student body represents a broad cultural diversity representing close to 30 countries of origin and more than 40 birth countries.
The College fosters an awareness and appreciation of the Ukrainian heritage and culture through its on-campus Ukrainian Heritage Studies Center (UHSC) which was established in 1977. The UHSC encompasses four major areas: Academic Studies, a Ukrainian library, a museum collection of Ukrainian traditional arts, and an Archives Division.
The Director of Development and Alumni Relations will work as part of the executive team to create a strong financial foundation for continued growth of the College. The Director will lead the planning and implementation of all fundraising campaigns, including a comprehensive development plan, annual fund, capital and endowment funds, major and planned giving programs, donor relations (with an emphasis on high net-worth individuals), and corporate/foundation grant proposals, and will effectively manage all alumni relations activities. The position reports to the President.
The ideal candidate will have a proven record as a collaborative leader and change agent. He/She will take the department to the next level by significantly increasing funds raised and broaden relations with senior management, board members, staff, alumni, parents, as well as all other institutional stakeholders. He/She will articulate the vision and mission of Manor College to all constituents.
RESPONSIBILITIES (include but are not limited to):
- Directs and coordinates all fund raising activities. Develops a comprehensive Development Plan.
- Directs and coordinates the Annual Giving Program, Major Gift Program, special fund-raising events and donor recognition programs.
- Actively develops a creative approach to securing an enhanced donor base with contributions outside of the institution and with particular emphasis on securing major gifts.
- Meets targeted fundraising goals for all activities.
- Directs and coordinates grant writing and related research.
- Directs and promotes alumni relations.
- Cultivates and solicits gifts from Manor constituencies, corporations, foundations and government agencies.
- Serves as staff to the Development Committee of the Board of Trustees.
- Works with and manages volunteer groups related to development and alumni.
- Maintains accurate records of all funds and provides prompt acknowledgement of all gifts. Ensures the development and maintenance of donor recognition programs.
- Directs and supervises the Development and Alumni Relations office staff.
- Ensures that the business, fiduciary and legal responsibilities of the College, related to fund-raising activities, are well met.Provides leadership and direction in the recruitment and support of volunteers participating in fund-raising programs.Maintains effective and positive working relationships among senior management, the general staff, auxiliaries, as well as, members of the Board of Trustees.
- Shall use the standardized appraisal instrument in Annual Staff Employee Performance Evaluation.
- Shall demonstrate use of data analysis, planning, and resource allocation for the administrative unit.
- Shall develop and implement a planned giving program.
EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS
- Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree in a related field preferred
- Minimum of 10 years of experience in non-profit fundraising, with 7 years in a leadership role
- Experience in higher education or institutional advancement is a plus
- Successful experience in face-to-face gift solicitations
- Proven experience in securing major/higher level gifts
- Proven success in leading multi-year fundraising campaigns
- Demonstrated leadership in developing a professional team
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Proven organizational skills
- Ability to motivate individuals and groups
- Demonstrated interpersonal skills
- Knowledge and experience with database management, general development practices, and gift accounting
- Ability to work independently and monitor performance objectives
- Skilled in the management of Microsoft Office and RaisersEdge software, as well as eTapestry
- CFRE (Certified Fund Raising Executive) or higher classification preferred
- Ability to travel and work weekends may be required
- Strong passion and commitment and infectious enthusiasm for the mission of Manor College
- Record of multimillion dollar fundraising from multiple sources
- A “can do,” “hands-on,” proactive, “get it done” leader and change agent
- Ability to self-initiate, lead and manage multiple types and kinds of events and programs
- Ability to thrive in an entrepreneurial environment; comfortable with ambiguity
- High ethical standards, professionalism, and integrity
- Team player with a collaborative style and personal commitment to service
- Problem-solver who takes the initiative within and beyond areas of direct responsibility
- Seeks consent on major decisions from institutional leadership/understands the meaningfulness of organizational structure
- Excellent communicator and gifted at building personal relationships with a broad constituent base
- Outgoing conversationalist who will compliment the president in close development discussions with prospects
- Ability to develop significant contacts of influence and affluence
- Desire to work in a religious institution of higher education
Please send Resume with Salary requirements to Dick Sbarbaro - email@example.com
Adjunct faculty positions in Psychology
An adjunct faculty position is available to teach Developmental Psychology in the Spring 2017 semester. This course is offered on Thursday evening (6:30-9pm) in a traditional 15 week semester. The position reports directly to the Director of Psychology.
An adjunct faculty position is available to teach Social Psychology in the Spring 2017 semester. This course is offered on Tuesday and Thursday morning in a traditional 15 week semester. The position reports directly to the Director of Psychology.
An adjunct faculty position is available to teach Developmental Psychology in the Spring 2017 semester. This course is offered on Tuesday and Thursday morning in a traditional 15 week semester. The position reports directly to the Director of Psychology.
- Master's or Doctoral degree in psychology or counseling from an accredited institution. Doctoral degree preferred.
- Experience teaching at the college level.
- Skill in the use of computers and the use of technology in instruction.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Ability to work effectively and collegially with others.
Interested applicants should email resume and cover letter to:
Dr. Chris Erdner, Director of Psychology, at:
Manor College has an opening for a Part Time Bus Driver.
Drivers must possess a CDL License.
The drivers will be responsible for the transportation of our athletic teams.
- Men's and Women's Soccer - September to Late Oct
- Volleyball - September to Mid Oct
- Men's and Women's Basketball - November - to early March
- Baseball - Mid March to Mid May.
Hours can vary between 2:30pm and 10pm.
Drivers must be able to provide the College with their Criminal, Child Abuse and FBI background clearances.
For more information, please contact Robert Reeves/Athletic Director at 215-885-2360 X 306 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Learning Center--part of "The Learning Commons" at Manor College--is currently seeking professional and peer science tutors, i.e. for Chemistry, Biology, Microbiology, Anatomy and Physiology, Physics, the Science of Nutrition, and Forensic Science for the Fall 2016 semester, beginning Tuesday, September 6th, 2016. Both face-to-face and distance tutoring options are included. Tutoring times are flexible, as students and tutors arrange tutoring sessions on an ad hoc basis. Professional and peer tutoring times can be arranged around other obligations.
Qualifications and compensation rates are as follows:
Professional Tutors: should have a Bachelors degree or higher or equivalent work experience and proficiency in the course content as well as communicating the course content and relevant study strategies. The compensation rate for Professional Tutors is $15.00/hour.
Peer Tutors: should have demonstrated proficiency not only in the course contents but also the ability to communicate this proficiency as well as relevant study strategies. The compensation rate for Peer Tutors is $7.50/hour.
All inquiries and resumes/CV's can be e-mailed to :
Michael J. Landis
Senior Associate Professor, Philosophy and Religion
Liberal Arts Program Director
Learning Center Director
Program of Veterinary Technology
Available: Part-time, Adjunct Faculty position for
2016-2017 Academic Year
1. VT112 Breeds and Behavior (offered in the fall and spring semesters)
This course offers an introduction to common domestic animal breeds and their behavior. Identification of common breeds and species, recognition of normal versus abnormal animal behavior and prevention of behavior problems are emphasized. Animal learning theories and behavior modification techniques are also covered. An introduction to career options in animal behavior and professional behavior organizations and publications is also included. (1 hour lecture per week)
2. VT204 Small Animal Dentistry (offered in spring semester)
This course offers students a hands-on laboratory in small animal dentistry. Oral examination, dental charting, dental radiography and prophylactic care will be addressed.
(2 lab hours per week, currently offered on Thursdays).
Veterinarians and Certified Veterinary Technicians with clinical experience are encouraged to apply. CVTs must have a bachelor's degree. Resumes and cover letters may be sent to Dr. Bassert at email@example.com. For additional information call 215-885-2360 Ext. 221.
ADJUNCT FACULTY POSITION IN MUSIC (CHOIR)
Manor College is looking for highly qualified and motivated faculty to teach music. Positions are available for the Fall 2016/Spring 2017 to teach CHOIR with the opportunity to expand into other music courses. Successful candidates will meet the minimum qualifications, know and understand the mission of Manor College, and be willing to take leadership of a growing and dynamic music program at the College.
- Minimum of a Master's degree in music; PH.D degree preferred.
- Must have at least three years experience directing and conducting a choir.
- Must have strong piano skills
- Must have strong leadership, organizational, motivational, and interpersonal skills with an ability to relate well to a diverse group of students.
- Self-directed, able to work with minimal supervision and be held accountable for performance.
- Effectively publicize concert events in conjunction with the Marketing Office, Academic Affairs, and Student Affairs.
- Prepare students and select music for on campus events (i.e. Commencement, Founder's Day, and Performing Arts Showcase) and off campus events.
- Computer experience with common software.
- Ability and willingness to teach all genres of secular and sacred music including gospel.
- Curriculum development experience.
- Previous teaching experience at the College Level.
- Grant / fundraising experience highly desirable.
HOW TO APPLY:
Please email a copy of your CV or resume to Dr. Stephen Grieco at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include CHOIR FACULTY POSITION in the subject line. Links to any video and/or audio performances showcasing your work is highly recommended.
ADJUNCT FACULTY POSITION IN ART (Digital Photography)
Manor College is looking for highly qualified and motivated faculty to teach Fine Art / Digital Photography. Successful candidates will meet the minimum qualifications, know and understand the mission of Manor College, and be willing to take leadership of a growing and dynamic Art program at the College.
1 Masters Degree in Photography; MFA strong preferred
2 At least one year teaching digital photography
3 Must have strong leadership, organizational, motivational, and interpersonal skills with an ability to relate well to a diverse group of students.
4 Self-directed, able to work with minimal supervision and be held accountable for performance.
5 Effectively publicize student and faculty artwork in conjunction with the Marketing Office, Academic Affairs, and Student Affairs.
6 Experience using Course Learning Management systems such as Webstudy, Blackboard, etc.,.
1 Curriculum development experience.
2 Experience teaching drawing / painting.
3 Grant / fundraising experience highly desirable.
HOW TO APPLY:
Please email a copy of your CV or resume to Dr. Stephen Grieco at email@example.com. Please include ART FACULTY POSITION in the subject line. Links to any visual images showcasing your work is highly recommended.
Manor College EFDA Program is seeking a supervising dentist for our Dental Health Center. This position is part-time for the Wednesday afternoon and Wednesday evening clinic sessions.
He/she reports to the Director of EFDA. General responsibilities include providing general dentistry in our Dental Health Center.
Minimum 3 years private practice experience
Please email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Library Intern (Part-time)
The Basiliead Library at Manor College is seeking an intern for the 2016 Spring semester. The position will primarily entail staffing the reference/ circulation desk during peak hours, assisting students in basic reference as well other library related responsibilities. Working under the supervision of the Director the intern will perform other library duties as assigned, including but not limited to surveying collection materials and basic processing of archival materials.
The ideal candidate will be enrolled in or recent graduate of a library and information science or archives management program and a desire to work in an academic setting. Strong computer, customer service in a collegiate environment, and time management skills are essential. Must be dependable, self-motivated, and able to lift and move up to 30 lbs. Course work in archival practice is preferred.
Desired hours are Monday through Thursday 11:00 -2:00. Flexible scheduling is available. This is a non-paid internship.
Interested individuals should send their cover letter and resume to Donna Guerin at email@example.com
Medical Coding Instructors ( I, II)
Manor College is seeking part-time instructors to teach Medical Coding, levels I and II, for the Continuing Education Department.
The instructor will provide continued discussion, practice, and application of coding procedures in preparation for the Certified Professional Coders (CPC) certification exam and prepare students for real world current medical coding practices. Medical Coding is offered each semester.
Class times and Schedules inquire within.
Work experience as a coder using ICD-9 and HCPCS
Some teaching experience preferred.
700 Fox Chase Road
Jenkintown, PA 19046
Guest Speakers for Dental Professionals
The Dental Hygiene and EFDA Programs are seeking guest speakers interested in presenting seminars that will offer licensed dental professionals required continuing education credits (CEUs). If you have an interesting and informative topic to teach these paraprofessionals, please contact Professional Development Coordinator of the Continuing Education Department at Manor College for more details at 215-884-2218 or firstname.lastname@example.org. EOE
Equal Opportunity Statement
Manor College is committed to the principle of equal educational and employment opportunities for all people and embraces diversity. Furthermore the College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin (including limited English proficiency), sex, age, or actual or perceived disability in its educational programs or employment opportunities. It is important and necessary that candidates who accept employment with the College accept the Mission Statement of the College.
For information regarding civil rights, grievance procedures, or access contact the Civil Rights Coordinator at 700 Fox Chase Road, Jenkintown, PA 19046 or 215-885-2360 x 273.
The Federal Clery Act requires all institutions of higher education to make available to prospective employees their Annual Security and Fire Safety Report. This report contains information regarding campus security and personal safety, including topics such as: crime prevention, fire safety, crime reporting policies, and policies for responding to emergency situations and sexual offenses. Three years worth of statistics are included for certain types of crimes that were reported to have occurred on campus, in off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by Manor College, and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to the campus. A paper copy of this report is available from the Security Services Office, upon request.