Employment

Employment

Staff Positions

Assistant Director for Campus Activities

Student Services
Reports to Associate Dean for Campus Activities & Orientation

Department Overview

The Office of Campus Activities is committed to educating Albertus Magnus College students through a holistic approach incorporating our knowledge of student development theory. We strive to enhance the educational experience of students by creating an atmosphere, which promotes educational stimulation, cross-cultural awareness, interpersonal skills building, leadership development, entertainment, and fun. In doing so, we serve as educators, mentors, and advisors who challenge and support our students to become active citizens and leaders within the College community.

Position Overview

The Assistant Director for Campus Activities is responsible for assisting with the management of the Campus Pub, Game Room and Common Ground Cyber Café, in addition the supervision of its student employees, and the management of the programs and services from these areas.! The Assistant Director will also assist in the advisement of the Student Government Association (campus programming board), the Albertus@Night Late Night Programming Series, events sponsored by clubs & organizations and other campus programs.

Position Qualifications

Basic Requirements

  • Years of related experience required: 1-3 years of related/transferable experience
  • Required education: Bachelor's degree
  • Computer/technical skills: Email, Microsoft Office

Preferred Qualifications

  • Preferred education: Master's degree
  • Datatel/Colleague or other database management skills are preferred.
  • Social Media knowledge
  • Work experience with student leaders, student organizations, program and event planning and overall student affairs background

Special Work Schedule Requirements

Work hours and times are varied; flexibility is essential regarding early and late hours as well as occasional evening and weekend responsibilities.

To Apply

Please send a resume, cover letter and list of three professional references to Erin Morrell, Associate Dean for Campus Activities and Orientation at emorrell@albertus.edu.

Closing Date

Friday, August 1, 2014

Institutional Research and Assessment Analyst

Information Technology Services
Reports to Vice President for Information Technology Services

Department Overview

The Information Technology Services department supports the College community in the use of the computer and network infrastructure, the administrative computing systems, the internet communications and collaboration systems, and the academic computing systems, as well as providing reporting and assessment services to academic and administrative departments.

Position Overview

The Institutional Research and Assessment Analyst supports institutional decision-making, strategic planning, and outcomes assessment by collecting, analyzing, and reporting on a wide variety of institutional analytics. Reporting to the Vice President for Information Technology Services, this position works closely with Administrative Computing Services to leverage the Ellucian Colleague Reporting and Operating Analytics program and related databases to support the internal and external reporting activities of the College. This position provides leadership for the ongoing and systemic collection, analysis, and interpretation of assessment data that influence institutional decision making and policy development. This position has secondary responsibilities for supporting the development of external funding opportunities offered by state, federal, private, and corporate foundations.

Position Qualifications

Basic Requirements:

  • 3-5 years of successful experience in higher education institutional research and assessment
  • Bachelor's degree with an educational background in quantitative skills and research, required
  • Master's degree in Education Administration, Public Administration, Business Administration, Economics or Statistics, or related field would be appropriate
  • Demonstrated experience and prudence handling confidential information required

Major Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Extract, manage, and maintain complex data sets from the institutional data systems, including the Ellucian Colleague student information system and the Colleague Reporting and Operating Analytics system, which is based on Business Objects
  • Design, compile, and summarize data, and develop reports regarding the data, using data management, reporting, and analytical tools and methods. Communicate institutional information to the College community.
  • Work collegially with a wide variety of internal and external constituencies to respond to monthly, annual, and ad hoc data requests.
  • Analyze assessment data, and use appropriate methods to report results, with particular emphasis on findings that influence institutional decision-making and policy development
  • Research, prepare and submit reports to governmental agencies (e.g., IPEDS)
  • Develop and maintain section Facts and Figures section of the public website, including the preparation and publication of the Common Data Set
  • Coordinate, prepare and submit surveys for publishing companies (e.g., US News, Petersons, etc.) and information for publication of annual institutional, state, federal and statistical reports
  • Forecast student enrollment and tuition along with financial indicators for long range planning
  • Collaborate with faculty members and administrative staff on the preparation and development of research grant opportunities
  • Perform additional duties as assigned to advance the support for stakeholder decision-making

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Demonstrated understanding of relational databases and SQL, and experienced in programmable software (i.e., SPSS, SAS, etc.)
  • Demonstrated ability to use Microsoft Office Suite, specifically Excel (i.e., pivot tables, formulas)
  • Interested individuals must possess strong oral and written communication skills (ability to relay data issues in an organized and easily understandable fashion)
  • Excellent organizational skills with a keen orientation to detail, deadline, as well as the ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously
  • Ability and desire to acquire new knowledge and skills independently
  • Ability to work independently as well as be part of a team

Special Work Schedule Requirements

Normal work in an office environment

To Apply

To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to Steven Gstalder at hr_its@albertus.edu.

Part-Time Faculty Positions

Miscellaneous Adjunct Faculty Positions

Albertus Magnus College is seeking qualified applicants for part-time teaching assignments in the on-ground and online cohort programs of the Division of Professional and Graduate Studies. Cohort programs are team-based, accelerated undergraduate and graduate degree programs for adult learners. Courses are offered online or once per week on weekday evenings or Saturday mornings. Teaching assignments are available in New Haven and East Hartford. All instructors must be able to travel to New Haven, Conn., for assessment, orientation, training, and ongoing development.

Undergraduate Instructors

A master's degree or Juris Doctor in the related subject area is required. An earned doctorate or terminal degree, professional experience in the subject area, and college-level teaching experience are preferred. Online instructors must have online and on-ground college-level teaching experience.

Undergraduate instructors are sought for these areas:

  • Economics
  • Accounting/Finance
  • Math/Statistics
  • Psychology/Sociology
  • Philosophy/Religion
  • Science
  • History
  • Humanities/English
  • Communications
  • Marketing
  • International Business
  • Information Technology
  • Business Case Studies
  • Business Law/Business Ethics
  • Human Resource Management
  • Total Quality Management
  • Strategic Management

Graduate Instructors

An earned doctorate or terminal degree in the subject area is required, with professional experience and college-level teaching experience preferred. Online instructors must have online and on-ground college-level teaching experience.

Graduate instructors are sought for these areas:

  • Managerial Economics
  • Managerial Finance/Financial Analysis
  • Marketing
  • Human Resource Management
  • Managerial Ethics/Legal Issues
  • Organizational Behavior/Development
  • Information Systems
  • Research Methods
  • Global Management
  • Operations Management
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Strategic/Critical Thinking
  • Team Building
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Leadership

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 Sport Management Adjunct Faculty – Traditional Day Program

Albertus Magnus College, Department Business Administration and Management, seeks to hire part-time adjunct faculty to teach Sport Management courses to undergraduate students in the Traditional Day Program. Teaching assignments are anticipated to begin in the spring semester of 2015.

Undergraduate adjunct faculty are sought for these areas:

  • Introduction to Sport Management
  • Ethics of Sport Management
  • Legal Aspects of Sport management
  • Sport Venue and Event Management
  • Sport Finance

Qualifications

  • A master's degree in the field or a related field is required, with professional experience and college-level teaching experience preferred.

Undergraduate instructors are sought for these areas:

How to Apply

A letter of interest and updated curriculum vitae may be sent electronically to Dr. Nancy Fallon, Chair, Department of Business Administration and Management, at nfallon@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.