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Jobs in Rockland County
Job Posted: 04.28.2017   Job Type: Staff  Location:  Rockland
Graduate Admissions
Nyack College is looking to add a result-oriented, energetic, positive and personable member to our Office of Graduate Admissions in Nyack, NY (some time in NYC may be requested). This role will be a full-time Admissions Counselor for the Graduate School of Education. A successful candidate will enjoy telling Nyack’s unique story to prospective students, emotionally engage every person that expresses interest in Nyack, and professionally represent the identity, character and mission of Nyack with excellence.

Primary Objective - to recruit, counsel and enroll prospective students into the Masters of Education curriculum.

Duties and responsibilities include:
• Serving prospective students by assisting them through the enrollment process
• One-on-one admissions counseling to diverse populations through in-person appointments, phone calls and emails
• Open House coordinating and executing, along with Rockland and/or NYC campus tours and presentations
• Planning and implementing recruitment activities/presentations for events and churches
• Maintaining in-depth knowledge of program/degree requirements & enrollment policies
• Performing administrative office duties
• Flexibility in working both independently and as a part of a team

Minimum Qualifications:
1. Strong Christian character and devotion to Christian service
2. Bachelor's degree required
3. Sales/customer service background required
4. Outgoing, positive, professional in all settings
5. Excellent written/verbal communication skills; experienced in large group presentations
6. Related work experience as a recruiter, desired
7. Ability to relate to diversity with sensitivity, diplomacy and discretion
8. Proficient in technology, able to learn/use Customer Relationship Management database
9. Willingness and ability to travel within the New York Metro area
10. Flexibility to work evening and weekend hours as needed
11. Perseverance, attention to detail, excellent organizational skills & strong work ethic.
12. Adaptable, able to prioritize in high pressure environment to meet/exceed goals
Email a cover letter, resume and completed Staff Application (available for download at http://www.nyack.edu/jobs/Nyack_StaffApplication.pdf) to:

HR@nyack.edu

Job Posted: 03.03.2017   Job Type: Staff  Location:  Rockland
Admissions
Nyack College is looking to add a results-oriented, energetic and personable sales person to our Office of Undergraduate Admissions on the Rockland Campus. A successful candidate will enjoy telling Nyack’s unique story to prospective students, emotionally engage every person that expresses interest in Nyack, and professionally represent the identity, character and mission of Nyack with excellence.

Primary Objective - to recruit, counsel and enroll prospective students into Nyack College.

Duties and responsibilities include:
• Serving as a primary contact for prospective students by assisting them through the enrollment process.
• One-on-one admissions counseling to diverse populations through in-person appointments, phone calls and emails.
• Planning and implementing recruitment activities for assigned territories including college fairs and churches, to engage prospective students and actively responding to follow-up inquiries.
• Representing Nyack’s programs at college fairs and other recruitment events through presentations and one-on-one meetings.
• Maintaining in-depth knowledge of program requirements, degree offerings and school enrollment policies
• Performing administrative office duties
• Flexibility in working both independently and as a part of a team

Minimum Qualifications:
1. Strong Christian character and devotion to Christian service
2. Bachelor's degree required
3. Sales/customer service background, required
4. Excellent written and verbal communication skills; experienced in large group presentations
5. Ability to relate to a diverse pool of prospective college students with sensitivity, diplomacy and discretion
6. Related work experience as a recruiter, desired
7. Comfortable with technology and able to learn and use a Customer Relationship Management database
8. Willingness and ability to travel locally within the New York Metro area
9. Flexibility to work evening and weekend hours as needed
10. Outgoing, positive professional
11. Strong presentation, listening and verbal communication skills
12. Adaptable and able to prioritize demands in high pressure environments to meet and exceed assigned goals
Email a cover letter, resume and completed Staff Application (available for download at the top of this page) to:

Dan Bailey
Director of Admissions – Rockland Campus
Nyack College

at dan.bailey@nyack.edu . Applicants will be considered until the position is filled.


Jobs in New York City
Job Posted: 04.04.2017   Job Type: Faculty  Location:  NYC
School of Social Work
The Social Work Department of Nyack College invites applications for a nine-month tenure track Clinical Assistant or Associate Professor beginning August 2017.

The successful candidate for this position is required to have an a PhD in Social Work (ABD considered as long as degree is conferred by August 2017), an MSW degree from a CSWE accredited program, and is eligible to become a licensed Clinical Social Worker in the State of New York. Additional requirements include three years post-MSW fulltime clinical practice experience, graduate level teaching experience, excellent oral and written communication; and strong organizational skills. Although the position is primarily teaching clinical graduate courses, we’re seeking a colleague who is a team player, has an interest in teaching across more than one curriculum area, and is willing to teach combined graduate and undergraduate courses. This position involves teaching a 3/3 course load, scholarship, student advisement, serving on academic committee assignments and involvement in community partnerships.

Essential Functions:
• Teach assigned courses preparing students for careers in fields related to social work.
• Articulate and model current best practices in teaching, especially related to first generation college students.
• Advise and mentor students.
• Develop and review curriculum for courses in social work, including online courses.
• Demonstrate excellent oral & written communication skills.
• Contributes to support the on-going growth of the graduate social work program.
• Demonstrate a commitment to Christ-centered liberal Arts education by upholding the mission of the College.
• Develop strong collegial relationships with faculty, staff and students.
• Develop collaborative relationships with social service organizations/agencies in the New York City area.

Preferred Qualifications:
• Demonstrated research and scholarship and publication.
• Communication and interpersonal skills sufficient to work effectively with a diverse group of students and colleagues.
• Experience in accreditation, student academic advising, committee assignments, professional development activities, and developing community partnerships.
• Experience with a diverse and broad range of clinical practice with individuals, families, and groups.
• Capacity to develop professionally appropriate certificate programs for students, such as CASAC certification.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience. Please submit a letter of application outlining your practice and teaching experience, curriculum vitae, three letters of reference, and a completed Faculty Application to:

Dr. Janet E. Furness, LMSW, ED.D., ACSW Director of Master of Social Work
Nyack College Manhattan Campus 2 Washington Street
NY, NY 10004

Submissions could also be e-mailed to:
janet.furness@nyack.edu

Job Posted: 03.10.2017   Job Type: Faculty  Location:  NYC
Alliance Graduate School of Counseling
Nyack College seeks a full-Time, tenure-track Assistant Professor in Counselor Education/Director of Clinical Internship & Field Placement to start in August of 2017.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Nyack College-AGSC Assistant Professor/Director of Clinical Internship & Field Placement is a full-time, eleven-month, tenure-track Counselor Educator and Supervisor position with teaching and administration duties as primary responsibilities. The AGSC Assistant Professor will work under the direction of the AGSC Program Director and Academic Dean.

The primary responsibilities will be to teach in the graduate mental health counseling program ​and to coordinate,​ ​supervise, and manage the Practicum/Internship component of the program​.

The successful applicant will participate in all department meetings, adhere to Nyack College department policies and procedures, including those set forth in the Faculty Handbook and the Individual ​Faculty Contract.

QUALIFICATIONS:
The successful candidate will have an earned doctorate in Counselor Education and supervision from a CACREP accredited program. Additionally,​​ ​the​ successful candidate must have excellent communication skills (verbal and written), ability to work collaboratively with others; ability to teach and mentor students academically, emotionally and spiritually; and evaluate intern students; as well as the ability to adapt to changing technologies that support teaching and learning; and possess excellent organizational skills.
Please send a CV and the completed Faculty Application (available at the top of this page) to Human Resources at HR@nyack.edu.

Job Posted: 02.16.2017   Job Type: Faculty  Location:  NYC
School of Social Work
The School of Social Work at Nyack College invites applications for a nine-month tenure track Leadership in Organizations and Communities/Macro Assistant or Associate Professor beginning August 2017.

Nyack is an undergraduate and graduate-level liberal arts college committed to Christian higher education and educating a diverse student body within major urban centers. The New York City campus is located in a brand new facility with overlooking scenic views of Battery Park and the Hudson River.

Our School of Social Work’s mission is to prepare students for competent, just and compassionate service with diverse populations. Building on the academic excellence of our Bachelor’s in Social Work program, our Master of Social Work Program was launched in August 2015. The MSW program features a focus on advanced Leadership in Organizations and Communities practice, which includes curriculum that emphasizes the macro skills. We are recruiting scholars who are interested in advancing scholarship in the area of social work macro-practice and in contributing to excellence in the preparation of students at the MSW academic levels.

The successful candidate for this position is required to have an a PhD in Social Work (ABD considered as long as degree is conferred by August 2017), an MSW degree from a CSWE accredited program, and is eligible to become a licensed Social Worker in the State of New York. Additional requirements include three years post-MSW fulltime macro practice experience, graduate level teaching experience, excellent oral and written communication; and strong organizational skills. Although the position is primarily teaching macro graduate courses, we seek a colleague who is a team player, has an interest in teaching across more than one curriculum area, and is willing to teach combined graduate and undergraduate courses. This position involves teaching a 3/3 course load, scholarship, student advisement, serving on academic committee assignments, and involvement in community partnerships.

Essential Functions:
• Teach assigned courses preparing students for careers in fields related to social work.
• Articulate and model current best practices in teaching, especially related to first generation college students.
• Advise and mentor students.
• Develop and review curriculum for courses in social work, including online courses.
• Demonstrate excellent oral & written communication skills.
• Contributes to support the on-going growth of the graduate social work program.
• Demonstrate a commitment to Christ-centered liberal Arts education by upholding the mission of the College.
• Develop strong collegial relationships with faculty, staff and students
• Develop collaborative relationships with social service organizations/agencies in the New York City area.

Preferred Qualifications:
• Demonstrated research and scholarship and publication;
• Communication and interpersonal skills sufficient to work effectively with a diverse group of students and colleagues;
• Experience in accreditation, student academic advising, committee assignments, professional development activities, and developing community partnerships.
• Experience with a diverse and broad range of clinical practice with individuals, families, and groups.

Benefits:
Nyack College offers a full range of traditional benefits for qualifying employees – medical/dental insurance, disability, life insurance, paid vacation and personal time, mission leave, tuition remission, and retirement savings.

Commitment to Diversity:
Nyack College is committed to building a culturally diverse faculty and a multicultural learning environment. Inquiries are encouraged from candidates who will enrich and contribute to the cultural and ethnic diversity of our college. Nyack College is an Equal Opportunity Employer that seeks a diverse workforce of committed Christians from all racial, ethnic, and socio- economic backgrounds.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience. Please submit a letter of application outlining your practice and teaching experience, curriculum vitae, three letters of reference and a completed Faculty Application to:
Dr. Janet. E. Furness, LMSW, Ed.D., ACSW
Director of Master of Social Work
Nyack College Manhattan Campus
2 Washington Street NY, NY 10004

Submissions may also be e-mailed to: janet.furness@nyack.edu