Employment

Executive Positions

Vice President for Finance, Administration and Treasurer

Albertus Magnus College founded in 1925 is a Catholic College in the Dominican tradition. Through the sponsorship of the Congregation of the Dominican Sisters of Peace, the College derives its Catholic and Dominican identity and remains an independent, fully accredited liberal arts, coeducational College offering undergraduate and graduate programs. Albertus Magnus College through careful stewardship of its resources, is debt-free with an endowment and reserve funds.

The College invites applications for the position of Vice President for Finance, Administration and Treasurer. The Vice President will report directly to the recently named 14th President of the College, Dr. Marc M. Camille. He or she will serve as a financial advisor to the President and provide financial reports and analysis regularly to the Finance Committee and to the full Board of Trustees. He or she will be a member of President Camille’s Administrative Council, and will work closely with all members of the Council to advance the overall strategic objectives of the College.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Commitment to the College’s Mission, Catholic identity, Dominican tradition and values;
  • Oversight and stewardship of the College’s finances and investments;
  • Development and management of the College’s annual operating and capital budgets;
  • Oversees the endowment and quasi-endowment;
  • Strategic financial planning and analysis of resource use;
  • Treasury and cash management including drawdown of federal grant programs;
  • General accounting office functions including purchasing, accounts payable, student accounts receivables, internal controls and comptroller functions;
  • Evaluates and negotiates the College’s third party contracts, insurance coverage and enterprise risk management services;
  • Ensures compliance with professional accounting standards, rules, regulations and laws by directing, supervising and facilitating the preparation and maintenance of required and appropriate financial records, monthly and annual financial reports and all other financial reporting as may be required by federal, state, local agencies or established accounting standards;
  • Oversees Human Resources management including payroll, compensation, employee medical and retirement benefits;
  • Ensures a safe and secure campus environment for all internal and external constituencies of the College;
  • Management of facilities to include general maintenance and custodial; oversees construction, renovation projects and deferred maintenance;
  • Support and implementation of environmental sustainability projects and initiatives;
  • Strategic financial planning and analysis of resource use;
  • Oversight of auxiliary services including dining services, book store and campus security; non-tuition revenue including facility rentals and summer camps;
  • Serves as a liaison to the College’s legal counsel.

Qualifications:

Education:

Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Finance or Accounting is required. CPA credentials are preferred. Master’s degree in Business Administration, Finance or Accounting is preferred. In lieu of an advanced degree, applicants with long-standing experience in a comparable position at institutions of similar size and scope will be considered.

Experience:

The College seeks a collaborative and persuasive financial leader with a distinguished record of outstanding professional service and accomplishment. The successful candidate will have high-level administrative leadership capacity, excellent communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to lead and implement change in a consensus-driven and proactive manner. Applicants should have seven to ten years of progressively responsible experience as a senior executive in an institution of higher education, foundation, or business organization of relevant size and complexity with financial, business, capital planning and project management responsibilities. Preference will be given to candidates who have worked in higher education and are well-versed in trends in higher education finance.

Skills and Abilities:

  • Collaborative Leader: The successful candidate will have the ability to create strong working relationships and partnerships across divisions. This individual must be able to work effectively with a range of constituencies both internal and external to the College to improve the overall effectiveness of the College’s financial and business planning and operations;
  • Strategic Decision-Maker: The successful candidate will have a strong business acumen and a proven record of data-informed development and implementation of operational and strategic financial plans. This individual will have the ability to bring best practices to the College and provide leadership for the ongoing efforts to develop operating strategies that enhance revenues and efficiency and lead to more cost-effective administrative practices;
  • Effective Manager: The successful candidate will possess strong interpersonal, analytical, and organizational skills. This individual will implement operations designed to ensure fairness, accountability, compliance and customer service; demonstrate the ability to function in a complex, high-demand environment, managing multiple priorities simultaneously and be accustomed to setting and achieving goals. This individual will also serve as an advocate for an environment that encourages teamwork, student success, inclusive decision-making and a sense of community across the College;
  • Persuasive Communicator: The successful candidate will have strong oral and written communication skills, including presentation skills and the ability to convey the strategic goals and objectives of finance and administrative programs;
  • Technologically Proficient: The successful candidate will have a strong working knowledge of financial and information technologies;
  • Personal Characteristics: The successful candidate will have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to mentor and develop others. This individual will demonstrate personal and professional integrity that will garner the respect and confidence of the College’s Board of Trustees, the senior leadership, and other College constituencies.

Working Conditions:

Available to work evenings, weekends and attend College events.

Albertus Magnus College:

The Mission Statement of Albertus Magnus College is to provide men and women with an education that promotes the search for truth in all its dimensions and is practical in its application. Founded by the Dominican Sisters of Peace, Albertus Magnus College, faithful to its Catholic heritage and the Judeo-Christian tradition, remains dedicated to providing an opportunity for learning which responds to the academic needs and ethical challenges of its students and society.

The mission of Albertus Magnus College derives from the intellectual tradition of the Dominican Order, whose essential motto is the search for truth (“Veritas”). Reflective of the dedication and commitment to service of the College’s founder and sponsor—the Dominican Sisters of Peace—members of the Albertus community assume responsibility for the fulfillment of a particular service as an academic community. Principles that guide the College’s mission and purpose include the following:

  • The College embraces the liberal arts tradition and is committed to a vibrant curriculum, including a general education program that is both scholarly and humanistically enlarging;
  • The College encourages students to participate in academic internships, practica and relevant work experiences as preparation for meaningful careers;
  • The College strives to bring together a richly diverse student body and cultivates an atmosphere of mutual respect and ethical behavior;
  • The College fosters close, positive interaction between faculty and students, thereby offering broad opportunities for challenge and growth;
  • The College provides an educational environment dedicated to enhancing each student’s development, both as an individual and as a member of society;
  • The College prepares students to become responsible, productive citizens and lifelong learners, encouraging them to contribute to their communities and to become moral leaders in a complex world.

Today the College thrives as a diverse and dynamic institution serving 1,500 students in three distinct degree programs: traditional undergraduate, accelerated adult undergraduate and master’s degrees. Since the early 1970s, Albertus has been a pioneer in the education of adults who seek to complete or begin a college degree. In 1985, the College admitted men to all programs. Albertus Magnus College welcomes veterans and their families, and participates fully in the Post 9/11 GI Bill. Through its liberal arts and professional educational offerings and its long-standing excellence in student-centered, values-based education, Albertus Magnus College is a shining example of modern day higher education, intentionally enrolling a student body that is strengthened by its inherent racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic diversity.

The Albertus campus provides a distinctive environment for students, faculty and staff. The College’s 50-acre, park-like campus, within walking distance to downtown New Haven, is located in one of the city’s most distinguished residential neighborhoods, Prospect Hill, which features both early 20th-century mansions and modern architectural gems. On campus, mansions serve as residence halls and administrative offices. Numerous academic, student services and athletic buildings grace the campus, which serve as an attraction to prospective students. In addition, Albertus Magnus has a thriving presence in Hartford, via its East Hartford Learning Center, which will reopen this fall in new, cutting edge space.

Academics:

An inclusive and student-centered community, the College serves approximately 500 full-time traditional undergraduate students and nearly 1,000 students enrolled in an array of online, graduate and accelerated degree programs. Students are supported by a caring faculty who understand the challenges students face as they juggle rigorous coursework, demanding jobs and family responsibilities.

The College’s diverse student body is currently drawn from eight states and two countries. Albertus employs 48 full-time and 79 part-time faculty members with a primary focus on teaching. Ninety percent of full-time faculty hold a Ph.D. or the terminal degree in their field. Albertus enjoys a 14:1 student to faculty ratio, along with the support of 130 administrators and staff, providing a highly individualized educational experience for every student.

The College’s commitment to student success is evident across all aspects of campus life. With a liberal arts and sciences curriculum at its core and a strong professional focus, Albertus delivers a network of relevant undergraduate and graduate programs, including more than 50 undergraduate majors, minors and concentrations; six five-year bachelor’s to master’s programs; and ten graduate and professional degree programs.

Our Students:

  • 180 students completed internships in the 2015–2016 academic year
  • 93% of traditional undergraduate students receive some form of financial aid
  • 170 undergraduate students participated on an athletic team during the 2015-2016 academic year
  • 190 traditional undergraduate students live on campus
  • 53% of students are enrolled in business or business-related programs

Academic Resources:

  • Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence
  • Internships
  • High impact practices
  • Service learning/experiential learning
  • Faculty-mentored student research
  • Field experiences
  • Career services
  • Student teaching
  • Study abroad

Albertus offers a welcoming environment to veterans, and is a proud participant in the Post 9/11 GI Bill Yellow Ribbon Program. There are Veterans Centers on the New Haven and East Hartford campuses. The Albertus Student Veterans Association is an approved chapter of Student Veterans of America.

Athletics and Student Life:

Athletics and student clubs are an integral part of campus life. Albertus is a member of NCAA Division III, and the Falcons compete in the Great Northeast Athletic Conference. Student athletes benefit from excellent facilities, including The Cosgrove Marcus Messer Athletic Center, which features a 25-yard pool, jacuzzi, racquetball courts, a dance/aerobics space, a fully-equipped workout room, a training room, and The Nest, the home court for Falcon’s men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball teams. The men’s basketball team has earned bids to the NCAA Division III March Madness basketball tournament seven times during the past ten years.

Students have opportunities to participate in any of the 19 existing clubs on campus, or start their own, based on their personal interests. For example, Albertus hosts an active Student Government Association, Student Alumni Association, Breakwater literary magazine, Dominican Team and Social Justice League. Students volunteer for food banks, engage with Unified Teams, serve with Dominican Volunteers USA, commit to the Alternative Spring Break Experience and have served with Habitat for Humanity, Teach for America and the Peace Corps.

The Greater New Haven Community:

Albertus Magnus College is in New Haven, Connecticut, a coastal city located approximately halfway between New York City and Boston. With a population of nearly 130,000, New Haven is considered the cultural capital of the state: site of world-class theaters (Long Wharf, Yale Repertory and Shubert); the Yale Center for British Art; the Yale University Art Gallery; and the New Haven Symphony Orchestra. The International Festival of Arts & Ideas, now in its second decade, is an annual 15-day celebration of performing arts, lectures and conversations, attracting thousands of visitors each June. The city is also known for its wide variety of highly-rated restaurants. In addition to Albertus Magnus College, New Haven is the site of Yale University, Southern Connecticut State University and Gateway Community College; Quinnipiac University in Hamden and the University of New Haven in West Haven are nearby.

New Haven offers world renowned healthcare and research facilities including Yale-New Haven Hospital, the Yale School of Medicine, Alexion Pharmaceuticals and the Pfizer Clinical Research Unit, to name a few.

A transportation hub, New Haven is home to the historic Union Station serving Amtrak and Metro North rail service, and Tweed New Haven Airport is minutes from downtown.

Application and Nomination Process:

Albertus Magnus College has a strong commitment to the principles and practices of diversity throughout the College community. Women, minorities and individuals with disabilities are invited and encouraged to consider this opportunity and to apply. A start date of July 3, 2017 or earlier is ideal.

Send all materials electronically to include: a cover letter outlining your complete history and experience in higher education financial management and a complete resume; the names, affiliation, email and direct phone numbers of five (5) professional references to: Ms. Renee Sullivan, Director of Human Resources at rsullivan@albertus.edu by the priority deadline of May 18, 2017. Please refer all questions to Ms. Renee Sullivan at rsullivan@albertus.edu. All inquiries, applications and nominations will be held in the strictest confidence.


Vice President for Enrollment Management
(New Search)

Albertus Magnus College, in partnership with the national search firm of Scott Healy & Associates, announces a new search for the position of Vice President for Enrollment Management (VPEM). This position will report directly to the recently named 14th President of the College, Dr. Marc M. Camille, and will be a member of President Camille’s Administrative Council. Dr. Camille brings to his presidency at the College a twenty-eight year career in enrollment management and communications, defined by mission-driven successes at all enrollment levels. The new VPEM will have the opportunity to join Dr. Camille’s senior leadership team and provide visionary, cutting-edge oversight for the College’s student recruitment and retention efforts. The College is seeking experienced candidates who are proven leaders and have demonstrated records of enrollment management success, with a collaborative spirit in working across the institution to meet and exceed enrollment goals. A strategic thinker with operational expertise in a variety of enrollment areas, including recruitment, retention, marketing, and financial aid, will serve the College well.

The VPEM oversees and coordinates the Offices of Undergraduate Admissions and Financial Aid and works in collaboration with the administration of the Professional and Graduate Studies division to achieve enrollment management goals. In addition, the VPEM will provide supervisory oversight for the College’s NCAA Division III intercollegiate athletics program. The Albertus Magnus College Falcons’ athletics program brings to life, through its coaches and student athletes, the school’s winning spirit and is defined by team and individual successes working within NCAA and College guidelines. The VPEM will have primary responsibilities to coordinate and direct the recruitment and retention efforts for all new students entering the College in undergraduate and graduate programs. The VPEM will work collaboratively with, and benefit from the support of, institutional marketing and communications personnel.

Albertus Magnus College:

The Mission Statement of Albertus Magnus College is to provide men and women with an education that promotes the search for truth in all its dimensions and is practical in its application. Founded by the Dominican Sisters of Peace, Albertus Magnus College, faithful to its Catholic heritage and the Judeo-Christian tradition, remains dedicated to providing an opportunity for learning which responds to the academic needs and ethical challenges of its students and society.

The mission of Albertus Magnus College derives from the intellectual tradition of the Dominican Order, whose essential motto is the search for truth (“Veritas”). Reflective of the dedication and commitment to service of the College’s founder and sponsor—the Dominican Sisters of Peace—members of the Albertus community assume responsibility for the fulfillment of a particular service as an academic community. Principles that guide the College’s mission and purpose include the following:

  • The College embraces the liberal arts tradition and is committed to a vibrant curriculum, including a general education program that is both scholarly and humanistically enlarging;
  • The College encourages students to participate in academic internships, practica and relevant work experiences as preparation for meaningful careers;
  • The College strives to bring together a richly diverse student body and cultivates an atmosphere of mutual respect and ethical behavior;
  • The College fosters close, positive interaction between faculty and students, thereby offering broad opportunities for challenge and growth;
  • The College provides an educational environment dedicated to enhancing each student’s development, both as an individual and as a member of society;
  • The College prepares students to become responsible, productive citizens and lifelong learners, encouraging them to contribute to their communities and to become moral leaders in a complex world.

Today the College thrives as a diverse and dynamic institution serving 1,500 students in three distinct degree programs: traditional undergraduate, accelerated adult undergraduate and master’s degrees. Since the early 1970s, Albertus has been a pioneer in the education of adults who seek to complete or begin a college degree. In 1985, the College admitted men to all programs. Albertus Magnus College welcomes veterans and their families, and participates fully in the Post 9/11 GI Bill. Through its liberal arts and professional educational offerings and its long-standing excellence in student-centered, values-based education, Albertus Magnus College is a shining example of modern day higher education, intentionally enrolling a student body that is strengthened by its inherent racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic diversity.

The Albertus campus provides a distinctive environment for students, faculty and staff. The College’s 50-acre, park-like campus, within walking distance to downtown New Haven, is located in one of the city’s most distinguished residential neighborhoods, Prospect Hill, which features both early 20th-century mansions and modern architectural gems. On campus, mansions serve as residence halls and administrative offices. Numerous academic, student services and athletic buildings grace the campus, which serve as an attraction to prospective students. In addition, Albertus Magnus has a thriving presence in Hartford, via its East Hartford Learning Center, which will reopen this fall in new, cutting edge space.

Academics:

An inclusive and student-centered community, the College serves approximately 500 full-time traditional undergraduate students and nearly 1,000 students enrolled in an array of online, graduate and accelerated degree programs. Students are supported by a caring faculty who understand the challenges students face as they juggle rigorous coursework, demanding jobs and family responsibilities.

The College’s diverse student body is currently drawn from eight states and two countries. Albertus employs 48 full-time and 79 part-time faculty members with a primary focus on teaching. Ninety percent of full-time faculty hold a Ph.D. or the terminal degree in their field. Albertus enjoys a 14:1 student to faculty ratio, along with the support of 130 administrators and staff, providing a highly individualized educational experience for every student.

The College’s commitment to student success is evident across all aspects of campus life. With a liberal arts and sciences curriculum at its core and a strong professional focus, Albertus delivers a network of relevant undergraduate and graduate programs, including more than 50 undergraduate majors, minors and concentrations; six five-year bachelor’s to master’s programs; and ten graduate and professional degree programs.

Our Students:

  • 180 students completed internships in the 2015–2016 academic year
  • 93% of traditional undergraduate students receive some form of financial aid
  • 170 undergraduate students participated on an athletic team during the 2015-2016 academic year
  • 190 traditional undergraduate students live on campus
  • 53% of students are enrolled in business or business-related programs

Academic Resources:

  • Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence
  • Internships
  • High impact practices
  • Service learning/experiential learning
  • Faculty-mentored student research
  • Field experiences
  • Career services
  • Student teaching
  • Study abroad

Albertus offers a welcoming environment to veterans, and is a proud participant in the Post 9/11 GI Bill Yellow Ribbon Program. There are Veterans Centers on the New Haven and East Hartford campuses. The Albertus Student Veterans Association is an approved chapter of Student Veterans of America.

Athletics and Student Life:

Athletics and student clubs are an integral part of campus life. Albertus is a member of NCAA Division III, and the Falcons compete in the Great Northeast Athletic Conference. Student athletes benefit from excellent facilities, including The Cosgrove Marcus Messer Athletic Center, which features a 25-yard pool, jacuzzi, racquetball courts, a dance/aerobics space, a fully-equipped workout room, a training room, and The Nest, the home court for Falcon’s men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball teams. The men’s basketball team has earned bids to the NCAA Division III March Madness basketball tournament seven times during the past ten years.

Students have opportunities to participate in any of the 19 existing clubs on campus, or start their own, based on their personal interests. For example, Albertus hosts an active Student Government Association, Student Alumni Association, Breakwater literary magazine, Dominican Team and Social Justice League. Students volunteer for food banks, engage with Unified Teams, serve with Dominican Volunteers USA, commit to the Alternative Spring Break Experience and have served with Habitat for Humanity, Teach for America and the Peace Corps.

The Greater New Haven Community:

Albertus Magnus College is in New Haven, Connecticut, a coastal city located approximately halfway between New York City and Boston. With a population of nearly 130,000, New Haven is considered the cultural capital of the state: site of world-class theaters (Long Wharf, Yale Repertory and Shubert); the Yale Center for British Art; the Yale University Art Gallery; and the New Haven Symphony Orchestra. The International Festival of Arts & Ideas, now in its second decade, is an annual 15-day celebration of performing arts, lectures and conversations, attracting thousands of visitors each June. The city is also known for its wide variety of highly-rated restaurants. In addition to Albertus Magnus College, New Haven is the site of Yale University, Southern Connecticut State University and Gateway Community College; Quinnipiac University in Hamden and the University of New Haven in West Haven are nearby.

New Haven offers world renowned healthcare and research facilities including Yale-New Haven Hospital, the Yale School of Medicine, Alexion Pharmaceuticals and the Pfizer Clinical Research Unit, to name a few.

A transportation hub, New Haven is home to the historic Union Station serving Amtrak and Metro North rail service, and Tweed New Haven Airport is minutes from downtown.

Qualifications:

Candidates for this position should have substantial experience with contemporary recruitment, data analysis, financial aid leveraging, marketing, retention and enrollment management practices. He/she should be an astute observer of local, regional, national, and global market trends in higher education. Experience with traditional recruitment of freshmen, transfer and international students should be the focus of application materials.

Demonstrated experience recruiting students from diverse backgrounds is essential. The preferred candidate will be analytical, team-oriented and results-driven. Candidates must have strong leadership, communication, marketing, social media, planning and organizational skills. The Vice President should also be skilled at hiring, motivating and developing staff, fostering teamwork and managing change. Experience with non-traditional and graduate recruiting is preferred. An advanced degree is preferred, as is 10 or more years of significant experience with private, tuition-dependent institutions. An understanding of the mission, Catholic identity, and Dominican tradition of Albertus Magnus College and its unique culture and the ability to effectively communicate the value of the College will be expected. A candidate who is flexible, optimistic, responsive, agile and appropriately opportunistic, along with having the ability to foster support from faculty, administrators, staff, alumni and currently enrolled students, will be a good match for this position.

Albertus Magnus College has a strong commitment to the principles and practices of diversity throughout the College community. Women, minorities and individuals with disabilities are invited and encouraged to consider this opportunity and to apply. A start date of July 3, 2017 or earlier is ideal.

Application and Nomination Process:

The educational consulting firm of Scott Healy & Associates has been hired to oversee the national search process.

Send all materials electronically to include: a cover letter outlining your complete history and experience in admissions, enrollment management and financial aid; a full and complete resume; and the names, affiliation, email and direct phone numbers of five (5) professional references to: Dr. Scott F. Healy, Search Consultant for the Vice President for Enrollment Management at scott@scotthealy.com by the priority deadline of May 8, 2017. Please refer all questions to Dr. Scott F. Healy at scott@scotthealy.com. All inquiries, applications and nominations will be held in the strictest confidence.


Staff Positions

Student Account Administrator

Department:

Business Office

Reports to:

Vice President of Finance & Treasure

Position Overview:

The Student Account Administrator is responsible for the billing and collection of all tuition and fees for the undergraduate traditional population. Functions include billing research, proactive outreach, invoice accordingly, create payment arrangements, process payments and monitor accounts. This position will work collaboratively with the Financial Aid Counselors, Registrar, Admissions Counselors, and Student Life to provide excellent student support with the focus on recruitment and retention of students. This is a full time non-exempt position, Monday through Friday, and 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Position Qualifications

Basic Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Strong customer service skills preferable in higher education
  • Familiar with Financial Aid rules and regulations
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Ability to learn and apply office routines and academic policies and procedures
  • Ability to maintain composure in high stress situations
  • Serve on campus committees as needed
  • Excel in a team environment
  • Attend community functions
  • Present at student events including orientation

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Ability to use MS Office, Google applications and familiar with student information systems such as Colleague, and Datatel/Banner.

Special Work Schedule Requirements:

Must be willing to work some evenings and weekends. Schedule may vary to meet department needs.

How to Apply:

A cover letter and updated resume should be sent electronically to William Guerrero, Vice President for Finance and Treasurer at wguerrero@albertus.edu.


Faculty Positions

Assistant or Associate Professor of Psychology

Department:

Psychology

Department and College Overview:

The Psychology Department includes 9 full- and half-time faculty members and operates undergraduate and graduate programs in Art Therapy, Human Services, and Addiction Counseling to traditional and non-traditional student populations. The Department plans to offer a master’s degree program in Clinical Counseling beginning in the 2017-2018 academic year.

Albertus Magnus College, a Catholic College in the Dominican tradition, has served the needs of students for over 90 years by providing an education that is scholarly, humanistically enlarging, and practical in its application.

Position Overview:

Albertus Magnus College is adding a full-time faculty line in Psychology to support a proposed new program in clinical counseling. This is a full-time renewable annual appointment. The candidate will teach in the department’s several undergraduate and graduate programs, most notably in the new graduate program in clinical counseling.

Position Qualifications:

Applicants should hold an earned doctorate in counselor education, clinical/counseling psychology, or related field. Teaching experience and experience as a professional counselor or psychotherapist are essential; administrative experience and evidence of scholarly potential are highly desirable. Expertise in evidence-based practice, cultural influences on counseling, or addictive behaviors would be a plus. Comfort and familiarity with various teaching modalities, including on-line, hybrid, and on-ground, is desired. The College welcomes and strongly encourages applications from under-represented populations.

Application Process:

Please submit electronically a letter of application and current vita to: Christine Hansen at chansen@albertus.edu.


Assistant Professor and Chair of History

Department:

History and Political Science

Department Overview:

The Department is responsible for overseeing undergraduate majors in History and Political science; collaborating with the Education Department to support an initial teacher certification program in Social Sciences; and offering core courses in the College's General Education Program.

Albertus Magnus College, a Catholic College in the Dominican tradition, has served the needs of students for over 90 years by providing an education that is scholarly, humanistically enlarging, and practical in its application.

Position Overview:

The Department of History and Political Sciences at Albertus Magnus College invites application for a full-time appointment in History at the Assistant Professor level beginning with fall semester, 2017. The Department seeks a candidate to teach general survey and upper level courses in American History, and Political Science classes focusing on American Politics broadly understood (Constitutional Law, American Foreign Policy, and The Presidency). The ideal candidate will also possess a willingness and ability to contribute to the College’s General Education/Humanities curriculum and, as it would be expected that the candidate would assume the position of department chair within two years, prior administrative or advising experience is strongly preferred.

Other requirements include a commitment to innovative and student-centered pedagogy that places a high premium on critical inquiry, including high-impact practices such as collaborative learning experiences and service learning and the ability and desire to work with a diverse student body.

The college, which has served the needs of students for 92 years, seeks to provide an education that is scholarly, humanistically enlarging, and practical in its application.

Qualifications:

Ph.D. in a relevant field is required. Those applying should show a strong commitment to experience in teaching at the undergraduate level. Excellence in the use of technology to support pedagogical goals is desired and experience in teaching blended and online classes is strongly preferred.

Consideration of applications will begin immediately. Applicants should submit a current curriculum vitae, a letter of application, and a statement of teaching philosophy. The letter of application should directly address interest and/or experience in teaching at the undergraduate level.

Application Information:

Dr. Ross A. Edwards
Department of History and Political Science
Albertus Magnus College
Redwards1@albertus.edu.


Part-Time Staff Positions

Coordinator of Dominican Ministries

Department:

Dominican Mission

Reports to:

Assistant to the President for Dominican Mission

Department Overview:

Dominican Mission and Ministries promotes the mission, Dominican heritage and Catholic identity with the Board of Trustees, administration, faculty, staff, students, alumni and greater New Haven community.

Position Overview:

The Coordinator of Dominican Ministries with the Dominican Mission Officer will design and implement a plan in collaboration with other college groups that promotes the Dominican values of study, prayer/spirituality, community and service. This program will provide leadership, direction and opportunities in light of the developmental needs of students from the day and adult divisions.

Position Qualifications

Basic Requirements:

BA (MA preferred) in theology, pastoral ministry, divinity or related fields/disciplines Experience in young adult ministry.

Ability to work collaboratively within the college community, communicate well with a culturally diverse, young adult population and manage a flexible schedule.

Preferred Qualifications:

Preferred Experience:

Experience in a Catholic Academic and/or Pastoral Ministry setting

Special Work Schedule Requirements:

In order to meet student needs this position will have a flexible schedule which requires some weekend and evening hours. Periodically this position will require some multi-day experiences such as the Dominican College Preaching Conference and student outreach experiences.

Hours:

25 hours per week during the Academic year from mid-August until June 1

How to Apply:

Please submit cover letter and resume to
Joan Scanlon OP
Albertus Magnus College
700 Prospect
New Haven, CT 06511
jscanlon@albertus.edu
by March 31, 2017.


Part-time Faculty Positions

Part-time Faculty Member Position

Albertus Magnus College seeks to hire part-time faculty members to teach evening economics and finance courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels in the New Dimensions Program located in East Hartford and New Haven, CT. Part-time faculty members able to teach at both sites are preferred. All part-time faculty members must be able to travel to New Haven, Connecticut, for assessment, orientation, training, and ongoing development.

Undergraduate part-time faculty members are currently sought for these areas:

  • Applied Economics
  • Introduction to Finance
  • Micro/Macroeconomics
  • Corporate Financial Management

Graduate part-time faculty members are currently sought for these areas:

  • Economic Theory and Application
  • Financial Theory
  • Financial Statement and Analysis

Preferred Qualifications

  • Ph.D. or M.B.A degree in the field or related field
  • Professional experience and college-level teaching experience
  • Experience in teaching both on-ground and online courses

How to Apply

Please submit a letter of application and resume by e-mail only to Sharon E. Shuffitt, Director of Academic Services of the Division of Professional and Graduate Studies, at sshuffitt@albertus.edu.

Part-time Faculty Member Positions – Biology/Chemistry/Mathematics Department

The Department Business Administration and Management at Albertus Magnus College seeks to hire part-time faculty members to teach courses to undergraduate and graduate evening students in the Accelerated Degree Program located in New Haven, CT. These courses are taught in a “flex” format, which involves both on-ground and online components. Faculty must be available to teach the on-ground portion of the class on our New Haven campus.

Albertus Magnus College is currently seeking to hire part-time faculty members to teach courses in a fifteen (15) week format in the academic areas of General Biology/Science and Anatomy & Physiology beginning the fall 2017 semester. The applicants must have at least a M.S. degree from an accredited institution and have some college-level teaching experience.

Albertus Magnus College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Applicants should submit:

A curriculum vitae, via email to

Mark Barreuther, Ph.D.,
Dept. Chair
mbarreuther@albertus.edu

Part-time Faculty Member Positions – Chemistry

The Department of Biology/Chemistry/Mathematics at Albertus Magnus College is currently seeking part-time faculty members to teach courses in a fifteen (15) week format in the academic areas of (1) Organic Chemistry Laboratory and/or (2) General Chemistry Laboratory beginning the fall 2017 semester.

Preferred Qualifications:

The applicants must have at least a M.S. degree in Chemistry from an accredited institution and have some teaching experience in chemistry laboratory courses.

Albertus Magnus College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Applicants should submit:

A curriculum vitae, via email to

Mark Barreuther, Ph.D.,
Dept. Chair
mbarreuther@albertus.edu

Part-time Faculty Member Positions – Business Department

The Department Business Administration and Management at Albertus Magnus College seeks to hire part-time faculty members to teach courses to undergraduate and graduate evening students in the Accelerated Degree Program located in New Haven, CT. These courses are taught in a “flex” format, which involves both on-ground and online components. Faculty must be available to teach the on-ground portion of the class on our New Haven campus.

Part-time faculty members are currently sought for these areas:

  • Accounting
  • Marketing
  • Business Analytics
  • Cybersecurity

Preferred Qualifications

  • Graduate degree in field or related field for undergraduate courses and terminal degree for graduate courses
  • Professional experience and college-level teaching experience
  • Experience in teaching both on-ground and online courses

How to Apply

A letter of interest and updated curriculum vitae may be sent electronically to Sharon E. Shuffitt, Director of Academic Services, Division of Professional and Graduate Studies at sshuffitt@albertus.edu.

Part-time Faculty Member Positions – Health Care Management

The Department Business Administration and Management at Albertus Magnus College seeks to hire part-time faculty members to teach various Health Care Management courses to undergraduate evening students in the Accelerated Degree Program located in New Haven, CT. These courses are taught in a “flex” format, which involves both on-ground and online components. Faculty must be available to teach the on-ground portion of the class on our New Haven campus. Teaching assignments are anticipated to begin in January 2017.

Part-time faculty members are currently sought for these areas:

  • Financial Analysis of Health Care
  • Health Care Informatics

Preferred Qualifications

  • Graduate degree in field or related field for undergraduate courses and terminal degree for graduate courses
  • Professional experience and college-level teaching experience
  • Experience in teaching both on-ground and online courses

How to Apply

A letter of interest and updated curriculum vitae may be sent electronically to Sharon E. Shuffitt, Director of Academic Services, Division of Professional and Graduate Studies at sshuffitt@albertus.edu.


Equal Opportunity

Albertus Magnus College provides equal employment opportunity to all persons. This policy applies to hiring and every other aspect of personnel policy and practice in the employment, development, advancement, and treatment of employees without regard to race, color, sex, age, marital status, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, religious creed, present or past history of mental disorder, mental retardation, physical disability or handicap including but not limited to blindness, veteran status, or any other condition or status protected by law.