Staff Positions

  • Academic Advisor

    Essential Job Function

    Under the overall supervision of the Dean of Academic Advisement & Student Retention, the Academic Advisor is primarily responsible for advising new and continuing students on academic policies, transfer credit guidelines and curriculum requirements pertaining to the fulfillment of their degree programs. In addition, he/she will be expected to conduct transcript evaluations and work closely with transfers and international students. Also, as a member of the Advisement team, the Academic Advisor will also be required to work collaboratively with the Dean and other college administrators, in promoting and implementing various student success initiatives. Finally, the Academic Advisor will be report directly to the Director of First Year Advisement, on all matters related to first year advisement initiatives and programs.

    Characteristic Duties & Responsibilities

    • Advise and assist new and continuing students with course selection and registration, as well as advise them on all degree requirements, academic policies and procedures.
    • Conduct transcript evaluations for transfer students and assist them with their transition to the college.
    • Assist with the development and expansion of our Transferology/TES transfer evaluation database for prospective incoming transfers.
    • Facilitate one or more sections of a transition-to-MMC workshop for incoming transfer students.
    • Provide advisement support and training for faculty advisors, as needed or requested.
    • Work collaboratively with various offices, including the Registrar, Admission, Student Accounts, Financial Aid and Student Affairs, to further the objectives of academic advisement.
    • Work collaboratively with the Dean of Advisement and Student Retention and other administrators across the college, to promote and implement student retention and success strategies.
    • Produce and disseminate appropriate advisement literature related academic planning, curriculum requirements and other academic policies and procedures.
    • Perform periodic degree audits for individual students to assess and evaluate their current progress toward the satisfaction of their degree requirements.
    • Prepare customized reports for the Dean, faculty advisors, divisional chairs and other academic administrators, as needed or requested.
    • Conduct exit interviews with students seeking to withdraw permanently from the college.
    • Conduct periodic analysis of advisement-related data with the view of continuously improving our advisement delivery system.
    • Perform all other functions as assigned by the Dean of Academic Advisement & Student Retention or the Director of First Year Advisement.


    • Master’s degree in Higher Education or related fields (preferred)
    • At least 1-2 years of experience in the area of academic advisement or related area
    • Some teaching or presentational experience preferred


    • Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint programs
    • Excellent oral and written communications skills
    • Ability to work collaboratively with faculty, administrators and other staff members
    • Ability to make balanced judgments and decisions
    • Ability to work well with individuals from diverse social and economic backgrounds
    • Must be highly motivated to support student development and success      

    Marymount Manhattan College is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer.


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  • Admission Counselor


    Manage an assigned geographic territory to recruit a diverse, qualified, and talented group of students to the college. Meet or exceed individual enrollment goals to contribute to the overall team goal. Manage assigned administrative duties.

    Characteristic Duties & Responsibilities:

    • Meet or exceed established enrollment goals.
    • Research and develop a marketing strategy for assigned territory. 4-6 weeks of travel is required throughout the year to attend college fairs and visit high schools. Coordinate details for recruitment trips from scheduling visits to hotel and transportation arrangements.
    • Interview prospective students for admission and conduct presentations about the College.
    • Review and evaluate applications for admission. Files are read and reviewed to determine if a student can be accepted based on the standards of the college.
    • Counseling students on matters of admission, financial aid, residence and student life, academics, and transition to college.
    • Heavy telephoning and email outreach is required to build relationships and follow up with prospective student inquiries and applicants on all matters.
    • Administrative duties and tasks as assigned.
    • Other projects as assigned by the Dean of Admission/Senior Assistant Director of Admission.

    Education Requirements:

    • Bachelor’s Degree

    Other Requirements:

    • Valid driver’s license
    • Admissions experience preferred
    • Strong oral and presentation skills
    • Knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Word
    • Knowledge of Slate CRM preferred
    • Flexible schedule/some evening and weekend hours required

     Marymount Manhattan College is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer.

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  • Director of HEOP

     The Arthur O. Eve Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP) at Marymount Manhattan College provides supportive services to all incoming pre-first year and continuing students enrolled in the program. Supportive services include academic, career, financial aid, and social services counseling, tutorial services, specialized academic workshops, and a pre-first year summer program.

    Essential Job Function  

    Reporting to the Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty, the Director of the Arthur O. Eve Higher Education Opportunity (HEOP) is responsible for providing leadership and financial management to the program in an effort to meet the program’s goals of recruiting, retaining and graduating students of the program. The director will oversee program activities and functions in accordance and compliance with guidelines by the New York State Education Department (NYSED). 

    Characteristic Duties & Responsibilities

    • Provide leadership to HEOP program through policy development and overseeing supportive services provided to students.
    • Ensure program remains in compliance with NYSED guidelines and maintain communication with NYSED.
    • Oversee program budget and determine expenditures in accordance with NYSED guidelines.
    • Maintain student records and submit evaluative data for state and institutional reports.
    • Monitor student progress and develop intervention strategies for students not making satisfactory academic progress. 
    • Work with Academic Advisement and Financial Aid Offices to determine each student’s Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP).
    • Counsel students on academic, financial, residential and/or social matters.
    • Oversee admissions and financial aid packaging process in collaboration with the Office of Admissions and the Financial Aid Office.
    • Organize recruitment process and attend regular recruitment visits to local high schools and community-based organizations.
    • Work closely with faculty and staff in providing information about the program and developing programming for students.
    • Write, prepare and edit grant proposals that are renewable every 5 years.
    • Supervise and train administrative, professional, and clerical staff.
    • Maintain knowledge and sensitivity towards the academic, social, cultural, wellness, and financial needs of low income and first generation students.
    • Maintain student confidentiality in accordance wit FERPA regulations.
    • Work closely with various college departments, specifically Admissions, Financial Aid, Center for Student Services, Counseling and Wellness Center and Student Development and Activities.
    • Represent institution in a leadership role with the HEOP professional organization at the regional and state level. 
    • Advise Chief Diversity Officer and VP of Academic Affairs on how they might expand HEOP best practices to support students from under-represented groups who do not qualify for the HEOP program.
    • Organize program events including Pre-First Year Interview Day, Pre-First Year Advisement Days, 6-week summer program, scholar receptions and student celebrations.
    • Must be able to work flexible hours including evenings and occasional weekends as required. 


    • Master’s degree required, preferably in counseling, student personnel administration, education, or related area in higher education.
    • Minimum of 5 years professional experience in higher education, opportunity programs, advising/support services, counseling, or related field. 
    • A minimum of two years of supervisory experience.
    • Experience in project, grant or budget management.
    • Experience working with economically and academically disadvantaged students, as well as students with learning and physical disabilities.
    • Ability to interact and work effectively with a broad range of campus constituencies.
    • Excellent oral and written skills in English.
    • Ability to develop workshops and other programs.

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Direct working knowledge of institutional policies and best practices regarding higher education opportunity program(s) or other compliance-based cohort programs in higher education.
    • Track record of innovative program/workshop development.
    • Strong technical skills and knowledge of student information systems, preferably experience with Colleague, Symplicity and Slate student systems software, and comfort with new technologies.
    • Knowledge of NYC schools and community-based organizations that serve families with students eligible for opportunity programs.
    • Fluency in Spanish.
    • Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of issues related to identity and needs along with the intersections of race, class, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity and expressions of other areas of diversity as experienced in an institution of higher education.

    Applications received by 5/30 will be given full consideration.

    Marymount Manhattan College is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer.

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  • Part Time Psychologist/Social Worker


    The part-time staff counselor is responsible for providing psychological intakes and short-term counseling to the college student population, maintaining counseling records, and consulting as necessary with the Director of CWC. Must be able to work three evening hours (till 7pm) Tuesday through Thursday.


    • Conduct initial evaluations
    • Provide individual counseling appointments
    • Make referrals to off-campus agencies and providers
    • Maintain appropriate counseling records
    • Consult as necessary with the Director of CWC


    A doctoral degree in clinical or counseling psychology or a masters in social work and New York State professional licensure is required. Candidates with experience providing individual counseling or psychotherapy; outreach programming and crisis intervention experience in a college setting preferred. Candidates also should have experience providing mental health services to diverse populations including international students, gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered students, and non-traditional students. Other qualifications include strong interpersonal skills, flexibility, accessibility to students and staff, ability to address multicultural issues, a team orientation, and the ability to work collaboratively in a multidisciplinary setting.

    ** For full consideration please submit your resume and cover letter.**


     Marymount Manhattan College is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer.

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  • Production Coordinator for Theatre


    The Production Coordinator reports to the Producing Artistic Director and collaborates with the Operations/Managing Director, Technical Director, and Design Faculty to insure the efficient running of on and off-campus department productions.


    • Serve as Production Coordinator for studio and mainstage productions
    • Draft, monitor, and maintain production budgets and schedules
    • Lead production meetings and provide ongoing follow-up to production issues
    • Attend select tech and dress rehearsals, and strikes to provide management support
    • Supervise distribution of production budgetary funds
    • Initiate and coordinate requisitions for props, costumes, electrics, etc.
    • Manage expense reports, petty cash, purchase orders, requisition forms, and credit card purchases associated with productions
    • Negotiate and arrange for rentals (lighting, props, sound, costume) in consultation with designers and Technical Director
    • Arrange for pick-ups, deliveries and returns, and supervise packing and returns for rental packages as needed
    • Coordinate use of rehearsal props and materials among productions
    • Assist faculty in supervising and coordinating student crews to unload rentals and purchases as needed
    • Recruit and coordinate over-hire staff in consultation with Technical Director, Operations Director and design faculty
    • Provide management coverage for non-Theatre department events in the Theresa Lang Theatre as needed in consultation with FAPA Operations Director


    Candidates must hold a bachelor’s degree and have a minimum of three years professional experience in production management, technical theatre production, and/or stage management. Candidates should have excellent interpersonal and communication skills, strong organizational, management, and collaborative skills, and a commitment to theatre training within the context of a liberal arts education.

    This is a 12-month full-time position that has a regular work schedule, but will require flexibility to cover evenings and weekends based on needs of production periods.

    How to Apply:

    Application review begins June 1, 2018 and continues until position is filled.  Send letter, resume and three current reference contacts to:


     Marymount Manhattan College is an independent liberal arts college that offers two programs in Theatre: a BA in Theatre Arts (with concentrations in Design & Production, Producing & Management, Directing, Performance, Writing for the Stage, Theatre & New Media, and TheatreStudies) and a BFA in Acting.


    Marymount Manhattan College is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer.


  • Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner


    The Nurse Practitioner provides psychiatric services to the college community. This entails conducting psychiatric evaluations, providing medication management, and providing consultation services. This is a part-time position requiring 12 hours per week. Must be able to work on Fridays.


    • Conduct psychiatric evaluations
    • Provide medication management services
    • Provide consultation to Psychology Externs
    • Make referrals to off-campus agencies and providers when needed
    • Provide consultation to CWC clinicians
    • Attend staff and professional development meetings
    • Perform other related duties as assigned by the Director of CWC


    NP from an accredited program in nursing, professional licensure in New York State, and a current DEA certificate. The NP must be able to practice without consultation from an MD. Experience providing mental health services to a college population is highly desired.  Candidates also should have experience providing mental health services to diverse populations including international students, gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered students, and non-traditional students.  Other qualifications include strong interpersonal skills, flexibility and accessibility, competence in multicultural issues, and the ability to collaborate well in a multidisciplinary setting.

    ** For full consideration please submit your resume and cover letter.**

    Marymount Manhattan College is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer.

    To Apply Click Here