Employment Opportunities

Tenure Track Position in Art History
Long Island Campus

The Art Department at St. Joseph’s College's Long Island Campus invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in Art History for Fall 2015.

Qualifications:

  • Ph.D. in Art History strongly preferred; ABD in Art History close to completion will be considered.
  • Preference will be given to candidates with a record of scholarly activity which may include research, presentation, publication, or curatorial projects.
  • College teaching experience is required.

Responsibilities:

  • Teach four courses per semester including, but not limited to: Western Survey, Modern Art and American Art, and must be comfortable working with undergraduate education. 
  • Continue active scholarship.
  • Participate in student advisement and departmental assessment.
  • Commitment to service in the Art Department and SJC community.

To Apply:

  • Email cover letter, CV/resume, and contact information for three references.
  • All applicants are required to have three confidential letters of recommendation submitted electronically by their references.
  • All information is to be emailed to: arthissearch@sjcny.edu

Deadline: Review of all complete applications (including all elements listed above) will begin on May 1, 2015, and will continue until the position is filled. St. Joseph’s College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Editor
Brooklyn and Long Island Campuses

The editor will report to the executive director of marketing and creative services, and is responsible for the editorial direction and execution of all St. Joseph’s College marketing materials and digital communication. The office oversees all advertising, creates brand awareness and manages publicity, creative production and promotions for internal and external audiences. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in building engaging content for a diversified internal and external audience on a variety of media platforms. Candidates should have a demonstrated track record of effectively managing a creative staff and creating an atmosphere of collaboration, creativity, innovation and trust. Familiarity with the latest trends in digital publishing, social media and emerging tools and trends for reaching both new and traditional audiences a plus.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include, but not limited to the following:

  • Sets the editorial tone, direction and execution for all of St. Joseph’s marketing materials, which include print and digital communications, St. Joseph’s College Magazine—a biannual publication for the College’s alumni and stakeholders—and SJC’s website.
  • Collects, generates, edits and drives content across multiple platforms, including recruitment materials, advertising, social media and the College’s website.
  • Under the supervision of the executive director of marketing and creative services, manages the editorial team, which consists of multimedia copywriters and proofreaders.
  • Writes, edits and provides final review on all print and digital projects, including publications, online news stories and profiles, St. Joseph’s College Magazine and top-level Web pages.
  • Works with key stakeholders across the Long Island and Brooklyn campuses to establish voices and identities for various academic units and recruitment communications.
  • Makes key connections that will spur innovative and creative ideas.
  • Provides leadership for the creative team through brainstorms and team meetings.
  • Maintains exceptional quality of all content and ensure compliance to all standards.
  • Identifies opportunities to increase content distribution and exposure.
  • Analyzes and recommends strategies to improve content generation, placement and overall workflow.
  • Monitors projects from conceptualization to implementation

Functional Relationships—Departments with which this position interacts:

  • All departments, both campuses

Level of supervisory oversight:

Minimal. Due to the nature of the work and the fast-paced environment in which it is produced, the editor must demonstrate the ability to carry out job duties and responsibilities collaboratively and with minimal supervisory oversight.

Education/Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in journalism, English, communications, marketing or a related field. Demonstrated editorial experience of at least 5 years; 3 years working in a marketing or related role.

Skills/Abilities:

  • Management experience and facility in collaborating with leadership team; and lead editorial meetings
  • A proven innovative leader
  • A strong manager of creative employees
  • Professional acumen to develop relationships with various types and levels of leaders and individuals
  • A can-do attitude
  • Proven experience working in a dynamic environment
  • Ability to multi-task and handle the pressures of aggressive deadlines
  • Exceptional organizational, quality-focused project management skills
  • Manage multiple projects and multiple deadlines concurrently
  • Excellent time-management skills
  • Strong computer skills. Adobe creative suite experience a plus

All resumes are to be sent to marketingjobs@sjcny.edu.

Two Full-Time Tenure Track Positions in Biology
Long Island Campus

The Department of Biology invites applications for two tenure-track position in Biology, beginning in Spring 2016 (start time is flexible) at its Patchogue, Long Island Campus. Successful candidates will teach lecture and laboratory courses supporting the pre-healthcare programs, the biology major and the core for non-science majors. Candidates should have a Ph.D. in Biology, demonstrate a commitment to high-quality undergraduate education and have a strong interest in encouraging student scholarship and research. Preference will be given to candidates specializing in the following fields: Environmental or Ecological Microbiology, Marine Biology, Population Genetics. Previous teaching experience, at the college level, is desirable. Please send your curriculum vitae and cover letter to Dr. Frank Antonawich at fantonawich@sjcny.edu (or mail to: Dr. Frank Antonawich, Biology Chair, St. Joseph’s College, 155 Roe Boulevard, Patchogue, NY 11772) for consideration. Applications will be accepted until August 1, 2015. St. Joseph’s is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Director of the Office of Career Development
Long Island Campus

The Director will manage the day-to-day operations of the Office of Career Development on the Patchogue campus.

The Director is responsible for the overall leadership, administration and coordination of resources and activities including direct operations of the offices, supervision of professional and clerical staff, budget and personnel management, marketing, strategic planning, cross-campus collaboration and customer service in an effort to promote the delivery of career services to students.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Manage the day-to-day operations of all counseling on the Patchogue Campus.
  • Supervise all professional, clerical and work-study staff.
  • Implement methods and procedures to promote cross-campus collaboration.
  • Develop both short-term and long-term plans for the areas under his/her direct supervision to successfully achieve college goals and objectives.
  • Collaborate with faculty, staff and community to plan and promote various career events throughout the academic year.
  • Work with colleges/universities in the surrounding area to plan job fairs and networking events.
  • Collaborate with the Office of Alumni Relations to promote the Alumni Mentoring program and plan various networking events for students and alumni.
  • Implement and maintain new technologies such as webcasting, blogging and podcasting.
  • Revise forms of advertisement, assessment and services in order to have consistency on both campus offices.
  • Promote the new computer software, which includes a job search engine, virtual interviewing, resume builder etc. to all students, faculty and staff.
  • Create initiatives to assist students and alumni in finding employment, internships and volunteer opportunities.
  • Work closely with faculty and external businesses/programs in developing and supervising internships for academic credit.
  • Assess and determine viability of the College's annual career fairs.
  • Coordinate on campus recruitment interviews.
  • Conduct internal performance improvement and continuous quality improvement initiatives.
  • Research and analyze employment trends of the business community to provide campuses and graduates with information on changes in the job market and to identify potential appropriate changes in the school curriculum.
  • Manages weekly Career Services job list and send it out to all career services staff.
  • Provide individualized career counseling for students and alumni; provide resume, cover letter, and other documents review and critique services; work with students to develop and implement successful, realistic job search strategies and long-term planning, as well as development of professional skills required for implementation of such plans and strategies, including interviewing skills, networking, follow-up, etc.; plan, organize and implement networking.

Please send resume to the attention of: Shawn DeVeau, J.D., Interim Vice President for Student Life at sdeveau@sjcny.edu.  The deadline to submit resumes is April 24, 2015.

Interim  Associate  Chair  of  Journalism  and  New  Media
Long Island Campus

The Journalism and New Media Studies Department of St. Joseph’s College, Patchogue seeks a full-­time faculty member to teach and serve as Interim Associate Chair of the Journalism and New Media Studies program for Academic Year 2015-­2016. NOTE: A search for a tenure-­track Associate Chair will be conducted during the 2015-­2016 academic year and an Interim Associate Chair with the proper credentials and qualifications will be eligible to apply for the tenure-track position.

Responsibilities:

  • Teach six undergraduate courses per academic year, including but not limited to: Introduction to Journalism, History of Media, Digital Reporting, New Media Workshop (digital video production), Business of New Media, Senior Thesis in Journalism and New Media.
  • Advise students academically, supervise internships.
  • Schedule courses, hire and supervise adjuncts as needed.
  • Engage in program assessment, write reports, collaborate with colleagues and administration. Work with admissions staff to recruit and attend recruiting events.

Qualifications:

  • M.A./M.J. in journalism or related new media field required; Ph.D. strongly preferred. (Ph.D. in media studies, journalism or related new media field required for the tenure-­track AC position. (ABD’s with imminent completion date will be considered.))
  • Must demonstrate excellence in teaching.
  • A relevant combination of an advanced degree (M.A.) and work experience will be considered for the Interim position.
  • Experience as a web-­native or convergent journalist/new media maker and some combination of the following: new media studies, the business of journalism or new media, mobile/backpack journalism (digital video production), emerging media and/or social networks.
  • Ability to cooperate with others for the good of the institution.
  • Active research agenda and demonstrated capacity for future scholarly achievements preferred. (Required for consideration for permanent AC position.)

To Apply:

  • Email cover letter, curriculum vitae/resume, examples of journalistic/production work (links to online content are preferred) and contact information for three references to Christopher Frost, Ph.D., Executive Dean, LI Campus at: JNMSsearch@sjcny.edu.
  • All applicants are required to have three confidential letters of recommendation submitted electronically by their references. Letters should attest to the candidate’s qualifications and fit for the job, previous experience and potential for success leading a JNM program at an undergraduate liberal arts college. They should be emailed directly to: Dean Christopher Frost at: JNMSsearch@sjcny.edu.

Systems Admisistrator
Long Island and Brooklyn Campuses

Information Technology Services at St. Joseph's College is looking to fill a full-time position of Windows/Network administrator in the Department of Network Operations on its Long Island Campus. The candidate’s role is to manage and tune in-house computer server systems and some of the network components to ensure high levels of availability and security of the supported business applications. This individual will assist the Network Operations team in day-to-day operations and she/he will be involved in various projects. 

Requirements and Responsibilities

  • Knowledge of Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2, 2012R2, Active Directory (AD), AD Group Policies, DNS, DFS, DHCP, CA is required.
  • Hands on experience and knowledge of Dell and IBM Server hardware, HP blade server hardware.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2012 to manage server updates including System Center Endpoint Protection.
  • Familiarity with virtualization technologies including VMWare vSphere and Citrix XenDesktop.
  • Knowledge of enterprise wireless controller systems, WhatsUpGold monitoring, Powershell scripting and automation is a plus.
  • Administer and maintain end user accounts, permissions and access rights. Assist other IT staff members in everyday tasks.
  • Perform day-to-day systems administration activities including maintenance, backup, utilization and performance monitoring, and ensures security on a variety of Windows-based computing platforms.
  • Support and participate in various IT projects and initiatives.
  • Strong attention to detail, critical thinking and analytical skills. Must have excellent organizational, communication and interpersonal skills. Customer service oriented and be able to work in a team environment.
  • Knowledge of network infrastructure and wireless technologies.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or related field required.
  • At least three years of experience as systems administrator, Windows server administrator, network administrator or a similar position.
  • Current Microsoft MCSA or MCSE certification is preferred.
  • Other technical certifications are a plus.
  • Higher education experience is desired but not necessary.
  • This position could be based on either campus, Long Island or Brooklyn depending on candidate’s home location. Some travel to Brooklyn or Patchogue campuses will be required.

Please send cover letter and résumé and salary requirements to techsearchnetwork@sjcny.edu. Attention: Ted Dec, Director of Network Operations.

Accountant
Brooklyn Campus

A full-time Accountant position needs to be filled, at St. Joseph’s College, at our Brooklyn location. This position will report directly to the Controller. 

Education: Any candidates should have a degree in Accounting and preferably have prior experience in an accounting related position and experience in higher education is a plus. 

Duties: This individual’s role will include performing a multitude of account reconciliations, as well as providing support to the internal audit processes of the Business Affairs Office. 

Resumes are to be sent to the attention of Matthew Brellis, Controller at mbrellis@sjcny.edu.

Assistant Professor of Psychology
Brooklyn Campus

The position starts in Fall of 2015 and will teach a variety of courses including Research Methods, Statistics, and Adolescent Psychology. This is a fulltime tenure track position, requiring a Ph.D. In Psychology.   Resumes can be sent to eanslow@sjcny.edu.

Full Time Instructional Designer
Long Island and Brooklyn Campuses

The Instructional Designer will collaborate with faculty and program staff to develop high quality online, hybrid/blended, and technology-enhanced courses to advance technology based teaching and learning initiatives. This position involves working with diverse constituencies to ensure compliance with best practices in pedagogy, methodology, use of digital content, articulation of course outcomes, as well as the adaptation of traditional land-based courses and programs for online delivery. Under the supervision of the Dean, the Instructional Designer will team with the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning and the Technology Education Department to facilitate faculty development projects, course creation and design. Based out of the Long Island campus at Great River, the position will require substantial land-based interactions on the Brooklyn and Patchogue, Long Island campuses.

Responsiblities:

  • Collaborates with instructors on the pedagogical design and development of curriculum content by identifying existing content and developing strategies to conversion to e-learning environment.

  • Partners with faculty, administration and other assessment stakeholders to identify and appropriately align measurable learning outcomes, instructional resources, and assessment strategies for online and hybrid/blended courses.

  • Provides training and mentoring for effective course development and delivery in the electronic environment for first time online professors.

  • Works with faculty and staff to evaluate emerging instructional technologies and teaching methodologies.

  • Investigates innovative uses of technology in teaching and learning and promotes the use of specialized applications, equipment and services, including face-to-face interaction and all e-learning environments.

  • Assists in the development, implementation and management of effective systems for developing online and hybrid/blended programs in accordance with college policy and protocols.

  • Functions as project manager for online and hybrid/blended course development projects from initial design through implementation and assessment of new and redesigned courses.

  • Provides and develops professional development opportunities in various formats and delivery modes to assist faculty and program staff individually or in groups regarding online pedagogy, course design and delivery and LMS management training and methods.

  • Assists faculty and program staff with accessibility compliance requirements.

  • Works closely with other college stakeholders to develop multimedia learning objects and technologically enhanced learning modules.

Essential Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree in Instructional Design, Instructional Technology or related field.

  • Minimum of two years of experience in instructional design, distance learning or a directly related field.

  • Minimum of two years of systematic design of instruction for online, hybrid/blended and technology-enhanced traditional courses.

  • Experience working with faculty in a higher education environment.

  • Exceptional oral and written communication skills.

  • Knowledge of curriculum design.

  • Understanding of educational theory and best practices related to online learning and teaching.

  • Understanding of pedagogical principles in relationship to adult learners.

  • Experience using course management systems, multimedia applications and other instructional tools.

  • Familiarity with graphic design elements, digital repositories and other resources appropriate for online instruction.

  • Ability to work independently and productively on multiple projects.

  • Ability to work collaboratively with diverse constituencies.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree with an emphasis on instructional design, instructional technology, or closely related field.

  • Three or more years in an instructional design/development position or relevant experience

  • Three or more years experience consulting with faculty on the design and implementation of online course materials.

  • Experience converting face-to-face, college-level courses to distance and hybrid courses.

  • Proficiency with course management systems including Canvas and Blackboard.

  • Proficiency with commonly used e-learning authoring tools.

  • Familiarity with Quality Matters Course Design Rubric and Principles.

Additional Information:

The Instructional Designer position is full time, Monday through Friday, with some evening hours required to accommodate adjunct faculty. Salary negotiable based upon experience. Submissions:  please send a cover letter, resume, and links to web designs or other sample materials and the contact information for three references to: Dr. Mark Hessler, Coordinator of Innovative Instruction, instdesignerjob@sjcny.edu.

Full-Time Faculty, Mathematics and Computer Science Department
Long Island Campus

Commencing in Fall 2015, a full-time faculty position will be available on the Long Island Campus in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science. Responsibilities include teaching and course development for the full range of college mathematics courses including pre-calculus, calculus, discrete mathematics, real and complex analysis, linear and modern algebra, and probability and statistics.  Other responsibilities include keeping required office hours, full participation in departmental activities and participation in the governance of the college via committee assignments. Teaching courses in the evening may be required.

Ph.D. in mathematics or Ed.D. in mathematics education preferred. Please send cover letter, CV and any other relevant materials to:

Victoria Hong, Associate Chairperson Dept. Mathematics and Computer Science
St. Joseph’s College
155 West Roe Blvd
Patchogue, NY  11772
vhong@sjcny.edu

Adjunct Faculty, Business and Economic Reporting — Journalism and New Media Studies Department
Long Island Campus

The Journalism and New Media Studies Department of St. Joseph’s College, Patchogue seeks a part time faculty member to teach JNM330: Reporting Business  and the Economy in the Fall, 2015 semester. This is an upper-­division, majors-­only specialized reporting class that teaches students the conventions and specifics of researching and reporting business, industry and the economy on global, national, transnational, regional and local levels.

Minimum qualifications for this position are: A master’s degree in journalism with a record of published business reporting or a master’s degree in a related field with substantial professional experience (5-­10 years minimum) reporting on business and the economy. This is an excellent opportunity for a working professional to share his or her knowledge and experience with an enthusiastic group of aspiring journalists. 

Please note that a master’s degree is required for this position as is evidence of current or very recent specific experience and publication in the area of business reporting.

To apply:  send via email a cover letter, resume, published writing samples (links to online publications are fine) and the contact info for three references to: Dr. MJ Robinson, Associate Chair, Journalism and New Media Studies, mrobinson5@sjcny.edu.

Adjunct Faculty, Reporting Science and The Environment — Journalism and New Media Studies Department
Long Island Campus

The Journalism and New Media Studies Department of St. Joseph’s College, Patchogue seeks a part time faculty member to teach JNM350: Reporting Science and the Environment in the Fall, 2015 semester. This is an upper-­division, majors-‐ only specialized reporting class that teaches students the conventions and specifics of researching and reporting science and environmental topics on global, national, transnational, regional and local levels.

Minimum qualifications for this position are: A master’s degree in journalism with a record of published science reporting or a master’s degree in a related field with substantial professional experience (5-­10 years minimum) reporting on scientific and environmental issues. This is an excellent opportunity for a working professional to share his or her knowledge and experience with an enthusiastic group of aspiring journalists. 

Please note that a master’s degree is required for this position as is evidence of current or very recent specific experience and publication in the area of science reporting.

To apply: send via email a cover letter, resume, published writing samples (links to online publications are fine) and the names of three references to: Dr. MJ Robinson, Associate Chair, Journalism and New Media Studies, mrobinson5@sjcny.edu.

Associate Director of Adult and Graduate Management 
Brooklyn Campus

Position Overview:

This position is responsible for overseeing the daily operations of the Graduate and Adult Admissions Offices. This person provides leadership, instruction, and guidance to the Graduate and Adult Admissions staff in enrolling incoming classes of adult and graduate students meeting the college’s standards. This position is responsible for developing policies and procedures, monitoring and analyzing performance of assigned staff members. This positon requires a solid understanding of higher education administrative processes, involves working on complex projects with cross-functional teams, and necessitates work with a wide range of campus constituencies.  Strong analytical, problem solving and leadership skills are essential. This person must execute recruiting strategies that will attract students likely to succeed at St. Josephs’s College, Brooklyn, providing leadership in achieving enrollment goals and objectives.

This individual oversees new student admissions, orientations, documentation of student records, withdrawals, drop/add forms, program changes, records of program specific requirements, and is accountable for uniform and timely dissemination of information and communication with prospective students. They work with the admission teams to develop and enhance admissions events, technologies, marketing tools, procedures and policies. The also develop and implement outreach to achieve long and short term institutional recruitment goals and establish relationships with corporations, community organizations and governmental agencies. Interaction with college leadership to understand and implement institutional goals is essential. 

Position duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Overseeing the daily operational functions of the Graduate and Adult Admissions Office.
  • Insuring the daily submission of data for new graduate inquiries and applicants.
  • Mentoring staff members regarding training and professional development.
  • Assisting the Vice President of Enrollment Management in development of the Graduate and Adult Student Admissions strategic plan.
  • Support work for the directors of college programs.
  • Represent the college at information sessions, receptions, appreciation luncheons, conferences, fairs, open houses, business and community meetings, and corporate sites.
  • Proficient in and daily use of word, excel and power point.
  • Maintain confidential materials.
  • Help prospective/current students become acclimated and informed with the college’s requirements and services to create a smooth transition from inquiry to student.
  • Strategic planning for new recruitment opportunities in private, governmental and not-for-profit agencies throughout the New York area.
  • Compiled statistical reports on current and past for recruitment and admissions.
  • Give recommendations to Directors on program offerings and needs.
  • Create and implement recruitment for Graduate and Adult Programs including site visits, mailings, e-mails and phone calls for both undergraduate and graduate counselors.
  • Oversee communication flows to prospective students and applicants.
  • Coordinate and set-up information sessions and open houses including room set-up and reservation, ordering food, promotion, and speakers.
  • Develop and maintain close working relationships with corporations, community organizations and governmental agencies.
  • Notify webmaster of all admissions events for SJC website. Online websites updates and announcements.
  • Work with departments meet students service and other needs.
  • Daily follow up of leads, inquiries and applications to complete the admissions process and enroll students.
  • Correspondence with applicants and inquiries, including letters, e-mails, phone and visits.
  • Transfer Evaluations.
  • Create and track records of where all students files are located .
  • Maintain all files, notes on each applicant and helping the student to complete their application requirements so that they can be accepted and registered into the programs.
  • Daily use of various computer systems (Colleague/Datatel, Google Calendar, Microsoft, Recruiter, TES, Blackboard, Social Media, etc.).
  • Proficient in Graduate and Adult admissions processes.
  • Participate in campus committees relevant to graduate and adult programs.
  • Administrator for the Graduate and Adult Programs Facebook Page.
  • Work with Directors and Faculty on recruitment plans.
  • Travel on behalf of college for recruitment and other college related events which includes nights and weekends.
  • Speak publicly to individuals and groups on and off campus.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Functional Relationships – Departments with which this position interacts:

  • Office of Financial Aid
  • Bursar’s Office
  • Office of the Registrar
  • Academic Directors/Departments
  • Faculty
  • Academic Deans
  • Plant Office
  • Office of Student Life
  • Institutional Advancement
  • Academic Center

Accountability — Risk if job responsibilities are not carried out accurately and effectively:

Being one of the initial contacts to prospective students and business leaders it is imperative to present a positive impression of SJC and our mission. Failure to have knowledge and good people skills would negatively impact affect achievement of mission, goals, and objectives. If recruitment strategies are not effectively implemented the college will fail to stay current with the market and competition, and enrollment would suffer. Having knowledge of all areas of higher education is imperative to maintain and develop relationships with prospective students and business leaders. Being an active part of the SJC community is important to attaining enrollment goals. Without accurate forecasting and assessment of the market, SJC will not grow and successfully achieve enrollment goals. Failure to carry out aspects of this position would negatively affect recruitment and retention. 

Level of supervisory oversight:

Minimal.  This position must be able to carry out job duties and responsibilities with minimal supervisory oversight.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Graduate Degree and three years’ related experience required.
  • Flexibility to work evenings and weekend hours as needed.
  • Working knowledge of current enrollment technologies.

The preferred candidate should have:

  • Demonstrated ability to meet enrollment targets.
  • Proven skills to effectively lead a team of admissions professionals.
  • Experience working with collegiate faculty.

Please send resume and cover letter to: L. Russell Watjen, Ph.D, (rwatjen@sjcny.edu) Interim Vice President for Enrollment Management. St. Joseph’s College is an Equal Opportunity Employer – M/F/D/V  

Admissions Counselor
Brooklyn Campus

Admissions counselors assist qualified potential students through the admissions process in an efficient, professional and supportive manner. Admissions advisors set appointments, conduct in-depth interviews and tours of the campus, and provide accurate information regarding SJCNY’s programs in order to assist potential students in identifying the SJCNY program that will best meet their needs. 

Position duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Provide excellent customer service to potential students through consistent and effective outreach and follow-up.
  • Make outbound calls to prospective students who have expressed an interest in attending the College.
  • Plan and implement recruitment activities for assigned high schools and territories, including travel to recruitment locations representing the college to prospective students, parents and others involved in the college selection process.
  • Review and evaluate application materials for the purpose of making admissions decisions.
  • Meet with potential students to accurately explain program offerings; discuss and advise suitable programs in accordance with the student's interests, qualifications, and career goals.
  • Attend all admissions department meetings and training sessions.
  • Accurately account for all inquiries and admissions activity associated with all inquiries.
  • Ensure that all enrollment paperwork is completed accurately and in a timely manner.
  • Keep all required reports current and accurate, including information stored in the Recruiter and Colleague systems.
  • Adhere to a strict code of ethics and comply with all SJCNY policies and procedures, State and Federal laws and accrediting body regulations.
  • Network and build strong relationships to generate referrals.
  • Work collaboratively with other departments to ensure student satisfaction.
  • Assist in the planning and implementation of on-campus events and programs for groups and individuals.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Functional Relationships — Departments with which this position interacts: 

  • Office of Financial Aid
  • Bursar’s Office
  • Office of the Registrar
  • Career Development, Wellness and Disability Services  Center
  • Academic Advisement Center
  • Office of the Academic Dean
  • Human Resources and Payroll

Accountability — Risk if job responsibilities are not carried out accurately and effectively

Failure to provide outstanding customer service could result in establishing an unwelcoming atmosphere for prospective students, thus creating a poor image of the College as a whole. Failure to carry out responsibilities of this position will negatively impact the College’s ability to recruit and retain students.

Education/Experience

  • Bachelor's degree required.

Skills/Abilities

  • Passionate about helping others achieve their career goals.
  • Excellent customer service skills; to include the ability to effectively follow up and follow through.
  • Effective oral and written communication skills.
  • ·Effective computer skills as well as familiarity with the professional use of social media.
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively both independently as well as part of a team.

Please send resume and cover letter to: L. Russell Watjen, Ph.D, (rwatjen@sjcny.edu) Interim Vice President for Enrollment Management.  St. Joseph’s College is an Equal Opportunity Employer – M/F/D/V

Full-Time Faculty — Business Administration Department
Brooklyn Campus

St. Joseph’s College, a liberal arts college with Long Island and Brooklyn campuses, seeks a full-time, Brooklyn-based faculty member in business administration. Background in several areas such as marketing, finance and management is a plus. A master’s degree is required, and teaching and business experience is preferred. The position will begin in September 2015. St. Joseph’s is an equal opportunity employer. Please submit a cover letter and CV to sfox@sjcny.edu.

Adjunct Faculty — Business Administration Department
Brooklyn Campus

St. Joseph’s College, a liberal arts college founded in 1916, is seeking adjunct business faculty for its Brooklyn Campus. A background in finance, marketing and/or management is required, as is the ability to teach during the day. Applicants must have a master’s degree, teaching and/or business experience. St. Joseph’s is an equal opportunity employer. Please submit a cover letter and CV to sfox@sjcny.edu.

Assistant Professor of Communication Studies
Long Island Campus

The Department of Communication Studies at St. Joseph's College invites applications for a full-time faculty position in Communication Studies to begin spring 2015. The selected candidate must demonstrate excellence in teaching and learning, maintain high standards of competence in the discipline, and participate actively in the college community.

Responsibilities:

  • Teach eight undergraduate courses per academic year, including courses in Speech Communication, Interpersonal Communications, Intercultural Communications, Oral Interpretation, Voice and Diction, Non-Verbal Communications and Small Group Discussion
  • Advise students academically, which involves meeting with students throughout the academic year
  • Engage in scholarly activity
  • Serve on departmental, campus and collegewide committees and task forces

Qualifications:

  • A Master's degree in Communications, or related field, is required; a Ph.D. is strongly preferred
  • Demonstration of excellence in teaching and learning, to include a commitment to integrating new technologies into the teaching-learning process
  • Experience teaching a broad array of foundational courses effectively
  • Experience in theatre arts beneficial, but not required

Please send your curriculum vitae and cover letter to: CommStudiesSearch@sjcny.edu EOE - M/F/D/V

Assistant Professor of Adolescence Education – Mathematics Education
Long Island Campus

St. Joseph’s College Long Island Campus is seeking a full-time assistant professor in the Department of Adolescence Education, with a specialization in mathematics education, for a tenure-track faculty position beginning September 2014.
Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate courses in mathematics education on the 7-12 grade certification level and foundational education; supervision practicum and student teaching experiences; advising majors at the undergraduate level; serving on department and college committees; and engaging in scholarly activity.

Qualifications include a New York State professional or permanent certification in Mathematics 7-12 and a Ph.D. or Ed.D. in mathematics, education or a related field from a regionally accredited college or university is preferred. A minimum of two years of mathematics teaching students at the middle or high school level is required, and higher education experience is preferred. Infusion of technology into instruction is expected. Send CVs to Sister Nancy Gilchriest at ngilchriest@sjcny.edu. St. Joseph’s is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Assistant Professor of Adolescence Education – Social Studies Education
Long Island Campus

St. Joseph’s College Long Island Campus is seeking a full-time assistant professor in the Department of Adolescence Education, with a specialization in social studies education, for a tenure-track faculty position possibly beginning September 2014.
Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate courses in social studies education on the 7-12 grade certification level and foundational education; supervision practicum and student teaching experiences; advising majors at the undergraduate level; serving on department and college committees; and engaging in scholarly activity.

Qualifications include a New York State professional or permanent certification in Social Studies 7–12 and a Ph.D. or Ed.D in history, education or a related field from a regionally accredited college or university is preferred. A minimum of two years of social studies teaching students at the middle or high school level is required, and higher education experience is preferred. Infusion of technology into instruction is expected. Send CVs to Sister Nancy Gilchriest at ngilchriest@sjcny.edu. St. Joseph’s is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Adjunct Professor of Art History
Long Island Campus

The Department of Art at the Long Island Campus of St. Joseph's College is seeking a part-time faculty member to teach Art History Survey starting in January 2015. The preferred candidate should hold a Ph.D. in Art History and a record of teaching excellence at the college level. An ABD will be considered. A cover letter and résumé should be sent to: Dawn Lee, Chair Art Department at dlee@sjcny.edu.

Adjunct Professor of Chemistry
Brooklyn Campus

The Department of Physical Sciences at St. Joseph’s College, with campuses in Brooklyn and Patchogue, Long Island, invites applications for a Brooklyn-based adjunct professor of chemistry beginning in fall 2014 to teach General Chemistry lab (afternoon) and/or Biochemistry for science majors (morning). Candidates must be available on Tuesday and Thursday, and have a master's degree in chemistry or equivalent education. Prior teaching experience is desirable.

Please send Curriculum Vitae/Resume and references to: jrehmann@sjcny.edu. Jill Rehmann, Ph.D., Department of Physical Sciences, St. Joseph’s College, 245 Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11205.

Adjunct Professor of Philosophy
Long Island Campus

There is an immediate opening for an adjunct instructor in philosophy for the spring 2014 semester. We have two courses available, running on Tuesday and Friday mornings. Master's degree in philosophy is required. Please send a cover letter and CV to Wendy C. Turgeon, Ph.D., chair of the Department of Philosophy at wturgeon@sjcny.edu.

Computer Information Technology/Computer Science Full-time Faculty Position
Brooklyn Campus

St. Joseph’s College has a full-time faculty position that will become available in September of 2015 on its Brooklyn Campus. The preferred candidate will have a minimum of a master’s degree in computer science, computer engineering or a related field. Teaching experience is highly preferred. It is expected that the candidate will be able to teach any course in the standard undergraduate computer information technology and computer science curriculum, given sufficient preparation time. Proficiency in Java, our core language, is required. Interested candidates should send a CV and cover letter to: Professor David Seppala-Holtzman; St. Joseph’s College; 245 Clinton Avenue; Brooklyn, NY 11205. Professor Seppala-Holtzman can be contacted by phone at 718.940.5315 or email at dholtzman@sjcny.eduIn addition to this full-time pos