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  • Administrative Assistant, Counseling & Wellness Center

    Essential Job Function

    This position provides reception for Counseling and Wellness Center by greeting students and visitors, which includes assessing situations in terms of psychological seriousness. The Administrative Assistant schedules appointments, answers phones, enters information on electronic health record database, orders supplies, and directs visitors and students to the appropriate area of the college for service or information. This position manages budgetary records, and gathers information and responds to questions regarding immunization records and insurance enrollment.  The Administrative Assistant will be required to exercise discretion and confidentiality in all interactions. The Administrative Assistant is instrumental in planning and executing all aspects of the Counseling and Wellness Center outreach programs: co-leading the peer educators program, designing outreach materials for social media and bulletin boards, participating in outreach workshops and programs, etc.

    Characteristic Duties & Responsibilities:

    • Provide general customer service for the Counseling and Wellness Center: answering questions, providing office forms, collecting information, sorting mail and answering the phone. Assess situations in terms of psychological seriousness, informing the Director when a situation appears to be urgent.
    • Staff the receptionist desk. Screen walk-in students for proper assistance and direction.
    • Gathers information and respond to questions regarding immunization records and insurance enrollment. Collaborate with Assistant Director for Wellness in reaching out to students who have incomplete records.
    • Keep budgetary records.
    • Create and maintain files, records, and lists that contain confidential information. Enter data into computerized health records database.
    • Greet students, faculty members, community visitors, college representatives in a courteous, friendly manner, and provide accurate information and general information about college services. Check Voice mail messages in a timely manner.
    • Assist the Counselors by: scheduling meetings, handling correspondence, handling routine assignments, and assisting with the daily operation of the Center.
    • Responsible for the timely collection and retention of student immunization records as required by New York State law.
    • Responsible for communication and support around student health insurance, interfacing with the College’s insurance broker and insurance plan administrator to set up and maintain the enrollment/waiver program, and interacting and supporting other College departments connected with the process, such as IT and Student Accounts.
    • Participate in planning and implementing all aspects of CWC’s outreach programs, including creating and updating CWC bulletin boards and participating in outreach activities, including Stress Down Day.
    • Along with the assistant director, co-lead the peer educators program, Advocates for Wellness Education.
    • Assist in the coordination of special projects as they relate to the Counseling and Wellness Center
    • Order office supplies and maintain sufficient quantities.
    • Exercise discretion in the performance of assigned duties by being knowledgeable of College and/or departmental policies regarding confidential materials and information and complying with said policies when handling confidential items or providing information to College employees, students, or the public.
    • Other duties as required.

    Qualifications:

    • College degree and at least 2 years work experience preferred.
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook, computer graphics software
    • Ability to learn computerized health system.
    • Excellent oral and written communications skills
    • Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills
    • Ability to supervise student peer educators
    • Knowledge of general office procedures
    • Strong organizational skills, the ability to multi-task and meet deadlines.
    • Ability to maintain positive working relationships with students, staff and faculty
    • Maintain highest level of confidentiality

     

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

     To apply please click here.

  • Assistant Director of International Admission

    Essential Functions

    This position is responsible for management of an assigned geographic territory to recruit new international first-year and transfers students. The position also acts as a SEVIS DSO (designated school official) for the college regarding federal responsibilities related to students’ immigration issues, visas, financial, and academic requirements.

    Characteristic Duties & Responsibilities

    • Research and develop marketing strategy for recruitment of all international first-year and transfer students.
    • Must meet or exceed established enrollment goals each semester.
    • Travel 4-6 weeks per year to visit US consulates and embassies, schools domestically as well as from regions outside the US to meet with prospective students for recruitment purposes.
    • Work with a wide variety of students with unique needs related to international backgrounds, including Permanent Residents, Dual-Citizens, Exchange Students, and domestic students living abroad.
    • Serve as a Designated School Official (DSO) to assist the Primary Designated School Official (PDSO) when needed regarding student visa advisement and compliance.
    • Reviews applications and credentials and accepts/denies applicants in consultation with the Dean of Admission.
    • Interview and advise students on the admission and visa application processes.
    • Reviews scholarship applications and grants/denies applicants, following college guidelines.
    • Reviews financial documents as needed and assists with the issuance of I-20 documents.
    • Assist with international student orientation and other programming as needed.
    • Serve as a liaison with other campus units on specific projects and initiatives. 
    • Oversee international student workers.
    • 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.

    Education Requirements

    • Bachelor’s degree

    Other Requirements

    • Admissions experience preferred.
    • U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident with valid Passport and driver’s license
    • Understanding of international guidelines, particularly SEVIS and the I-20 process, as well of some knowledge of SEVP policies preferred.
    • Ability to use discretion and maintain all confidentiality. 
    • Excellent communication, interpersonal, and presentation skills.
    • Excellent student service skills and ability to prioritize tasks.
    • Ability to travel both domestically and internationally for several weeks throughout the year
    • Cross-cultural communication and interpersonal skills
    • Experience working with international students and their families, including those for whom English is a second language.
    • Knowledge of foreign credentials.
    • Fluency in languages in addition to English is preferred.

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

    To apply click here

  • Coordinator for Student Activities

    Essential Functions

    The Coordinator for Student Activities supports the mission of Marymount Manhattan College, and the functions of Office of Student Development and Activities in the areas of coordinating programs and activities, budgetary responsibilities, supervising work-study and other paid student workers, maintaining student records, and overseeing the office operations.

    The Coordinator assists in the development and implementation of major College events such as Griffin Days, New Student Orientation, Peer Leader selection and training, Senior Marshalls selection and training, Griffin Guides selection and training, Welcome Week, Homecoming Weekend, fall and spring Leadership Retreats and Commencement.

    The Coordinator will also oversee student flow, support research initiatives, oversee the allocation of resources for clubs and organizations, write reports, and assist in the counseling of students regarding compliance with college rules and regulations.

    The coordinator is responsible for the implementation and execution of the department’s assessment tool, used to track and record student engagement outcomes.

    The position reports directly to the Director of Student Development and Activities, and works closely with students, other Student Affairs departments, academic departments, and faculty.

    Duties & Responsibilities:

    • Provide the Director of Student Development and Activities with administrative support, and assist in the coordination of campus events, including but not limited to: New Student Orientation, Commencement, Griffin Days, workshops, trainings and program-wide social events.
    • In conjunction with Institutional Advancement, oversee the successful coordination of the Senior Marshalls program, including but not limited to, the interview and selection process, Senior Awards Ceremony, Senior Days, 100 Nights celebration and general group fundraising.
    • Coordinate all aspects of the Griffin Guides program, including but not limited to, Griffin Guides hiring, scheduling, training and supervision
    • Provide leadership and administrative support to the successful selection, hiring, scheduling and coordination of the Peer Leaders program.
    • Serve as the advisor to the Core Council, and assist with the planning and execution of Core Council activities.
    • Oversee office purchasing and inventory, purchasing needs for student clubs and organizations, and other reconciliation needs as directed.
    • Maintain the Student Development and Activities budget and monitor student club budgets; approve and process invoices for budget expenditures; maintain program tracking databases and files for student activities; collect data for program evaluation, measurement and verification activities; prepare data for statistical, financial, participant and program activity reports and maintain and coordinate monthly expense reports as needed.
    • Manages petty cash for MMC clubs and organizations, and special groups at the direction of the Director of Student Development and Activities.
    • Assists with counseling students regarding compliance with college rules and regulations.
    • Participate as an active member of the Student Development and Activities team; attend meetings, retreats and trainings, and provide support to major department-wide programs.
    • Work with the Assistant Director of Student Development and Activities to maintain current and accurate records of website information for the Office of Student Development and Activities, student organizations, club officers and other student leaders.
    • Assists in the coordination, supervision, and completion of special projects as needed.
    • Safeguards the confidentiality of Student Affairs by exercising discretion in communicating information to faculty, students, and staff served by the College and in the handling of administrative records, files, and confidential items.
    • Serve on departmental committees as requested and maintain a professional atmosphere and work environment within Student Affairs.
    • Other duties as assigned.

    Education Requirements:

    • Bachelors degree required
    • Masters degree in student affairs, higher education administration, or other relevant field preferred

    Skills:

    Effective oral and written communication skills and excellent interpersonal/counseling skills. Strong analytical and budgetary management skills required. Must be able to communicate effectively with all constituencies within Student Affairs and the college, and work collaboratively with other colleagues.  Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel and/or Access, Outlook, PowerPoint, and the Internet.  Must be able to acquire proficiency with desktop publishing software and “Colleague,” the institutional software system.  

    Other Requirements:

    • 1 year of relevant experience in an academic environment is required.
    • Late evening and weekend hours may be required.
    • Skills in student advising, development, and programming.
    • Strong program development, execution, and management skills is required.
    • Strong conflict management and resolution skills and experience.
    • Experience working with diverse student populations is required.
    • Must be a self-starter and able to network effectively with students, staff, and faculty.
    • Must be able to work in a fast-paced and busy office environment, and work as part of a team.

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

    To apply click here

  • 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. 

    Qualifications

    • 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.

    To Apply click Here

  • Financial Aid Counselor/FWS Coordinator

    Essential Functions

    Within a centralized one-stop financial services environment, the Financial Aid Counselor administers all aspects of financial aid for new and continuing students which include counseling students and parents on the financial aid process and providing information on available programs, procedures and eligibility requirements. On a daily basis evaluates students’ financial aid requests and makes award adjustments and recalculations.  Is responsible for the development, maintenance and reconciliation student employment through the Federal Work-Study program.  Coordinate positions between various departments and students, monitoring payroll, and managing federal employment documents.  Coordinate off-campus community service placements.  Responsible for conducting federal/ institutional verification, resolving federal c-flags and conflicting information discrepancies.  The Financial Aid Counselor works closely with other Financial and Enrollment Services areas, including Student Accounts, Registrar, Admission, Academic Advisement, Business Office and Human Resources.

    Requirements

    • Bachelor’s degree and one or more years of Financial Aid experience.
    • Knowledge of Federal and State financial aid policies, procedures and eligibility requirements.
    • Excellent communication and customer service skills, attention to detail, and strong problem solving skills are essential.
    • Commitment to quality student/customer service.
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Word and Excel.
    • Familiarity with an integrated financial aid management software (Ellucian Colleague) is preferred.
    • Must be flexible and available to work evenings and weekends.

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

    To Apply Please Click Here

        

     

  • Mailroom Coordinator Residence Hall

    Essential Job Function

    The Mailroom Coordinator is responsible for accepting mail daily from the US Post Office for students at the Residence Hall, sorting all mail and placing in the respective mailboxes, accepting all courier deliveries, logging in all packages and distributing to students. 

    Characteristic Duties & Responsibilities:

    • Receives mail from the Post Office and checks that all envelopes are secure. Each envelope is dated and initialed.
    • Sorts all mail and places in respective mailboxes.
    • Checks with Security for receipt of any packages received after hours. Checks after hours log book and enter these packages in the inbound tracking system.
    • Accepts and logs in all packages in the inbound tracking system.
    • Follows up with students who have not picked up their package within two weeks.
    • Distributes all packages to students upon verification of MMC picture ID.
    • Sends an e-mail to a student if a package or envelope is received damaged or opened; follows up until resolved works.
    • Responds and maintains emails for students who request someone else to pick up their package.
    • Responsible for clearing package notification e-mails on a timely basis.
    • Delegates work to the part time and work study students on a daily basis.
    • Supervises the cancellation of subscriptions and catalogs; maintains all records.
    • Keeps all mailbox names current throughout the school semesters.
    • Updates the Student List when needed and ensures that they are current.
    • Works with Manager and Director of Administrative Services when a problem may exists such as students not in Neotrak; damaged package; student not on list; need forwarding address, return to sender mail/packages, etc.
    • At end of school term, prepare mailing labels and forwards mail to students for a designated period.
    • Prepares new labels at the beginning of each school term.
    • Trains new part time staff and work study students on the mailroom procedures.
    • Works with EHS during the summer.
    • Other duties as requested by Director of Administrative Services.

    Education Requirements:

    • High School Diploma or equivalency.

    Other Requirements:

    • Understanding of mailroom functions.
    • Ability to lift packages up to 50 lbs.

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

    To apply please click here.

  • Part Time Psychologist/Social Worker

    Essential Functions

    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.

    Characteristic Duties & Responsibilities

    • 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

    Qualifications

    The applicant must have a Phd, PsyD, or LCSW. Must be licensed to practice independently in NY state.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.

    To Apply Click Here

     

  • Part-Time Mailroom Clerk

    Essential Functions

    The Mailroom Clerk picks up and drops off mail daily to the Post Office for the College; sorts, logs and distributes mail and courier packages. The Mailroom Clerk assists Mailroom Coordinators at 71st Street, the 55th Street Residence Hall and Cooper Square Residence Hall.

     Characteristic Duties & Responsibilities:

    • Pick up and sort incoming mail from the Post Office.
    • Assist in the sorting of mail and delivery to all departments.
    • Work with the Mailroom Coordinator to complete all daily tasks.
    • Accept all incoming deliveries made via UPS, FedEx, etc., and scan all packages into the inbound tracking system, and delivers packages to respective departments.
    • Log all outgoing courier packages and contacts courier for pickup.
    • Post all outgoing mail-including certified or registered mail. Takes all mail to the Post Office
    • Copier maintenance – check paper/staples/toner in designated copiers.
    • Accept all deliveries for the College from vendors. Enters each package into inbound tracking system and is responsible for obtaining signatures for the Neotrak system and uploads all information into the system.
    • Assist the Mailroom Coordinator with other Mailroom duties as directed.
    • Act as backup when one of the Mailroom Coordinators is out.

    Residence Halls:

    • Accepts all incoming deliveries made via UPS, FedEx, etc., and scan all packages into the inbound tracking system.
    • Sort and places incoming mail in student’s respective mailbox
    • Cancel subscriptions for students no longer residing at Residence Hall
    • Log out student packages to students upon ID verification and has student sign for package when working at the 55th Street or Cooper Square Residence Hall
    • Other duties as defined by the Director of Administrative Services.

    Education Requirements:

    • High School diploma or equivalency.

    Other Requirements:

    • Understanding of USPS regulations helpful
    • Ability to lift packages up to approximately 50 lbs.
    • Prior Mailroom experience helpful.
    • Flexible hours Monday-Friday; some nights and weekends

     

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

    To apply please click here

  • PT Administrative Assistant - Information Technology

    Essential Functions

    The Administrative Assistant works with the Technical Director of IT and assists with many of the day-to-day aspects of the director’s various responsibilities.  In addition, this person will be involved in the administrative aspects of the department, including but not limited to; ordering supplies, answering phones, general administrative work as assigned.

    This position includes assisting in the director’s daily activities, including fielding internal and external issues by phone or in person, assisting with scheduling and time management, reviewing and pre-approving purchase orders, check requisitions, and other budget related items. The Administrative Assistant will also provide support to the department of IT.

    The Administrative Assistant will independently prepare non-routine letters and/or reports that may be sensitive and confidential in nature. He/she should possess excellent computer, writing and communication skills.

    Applicants should be self-starters who could eventually work with little direction. An inquisitive, affirmative, aggressive work ethic is essential.

    Education Requirements:

    • Candidates must possess a Bachelor’s Degree.

    Other Requirements:

    • Ability to use Microsoft office: database management, word processing, spreadsheet, and/or presentation software.
    • Advanced Excel preferred.
    • Ability to gather data, compile information, and prepare reports
    • Ability to analyze and resolve problems.
    •   Ability to work with multiple projects simultaneously.
    • Ability to maintain confidentiality.
    • Ability to use independent judgment. 
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
    • Records maintenance skills.
    • Strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community.

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

    To apply click here

  • Science Lab Supervisor

    Essential Functions

    The Laboratory Supervisor provides oversight and support for all Natural Sciences laboratories in cooperation with department faculty. With minimal instruction from the faculty, the Lab Supervisor sets up experiments, maintains lab equipment, and ensures proper storage and use of supplies and chemicals. Appropriate training in storage and disposal of chemicals and hazardous waste in accordance with federal, state, and local standards is required. The Laboratory Supervisor is responsible for ordering all supplies and chemicals and maintaining records and inventory. The Laboratory Supervisor is also responsible for the implementation of the Chemical Hygiene Plan. This individual is also required to teach introductory Biology or Chemistry labs, under supervision of faculty.  A Master’s Degree in Biology, Chemistry, or related field is required, plus a minimum of 2 years’ work and/or graduate study in a lab-based field. Experience with laboratory techniques in General and Organic Chemistry, General Biology, Microbiology, Cell and Molecular Biology, and Biochemistry is essential.

    Characteristic Duties & Responsibilities

    • Oversees all Natural Sciences course laboratories
      • Prepares and safely maintains all chemical solutions, cultures, growth media and test specimens as required for all course laboratory experiments/activities
      • Evaluates experiments/activities (needed supplies, equipment, preparations; associated hazards/precautions; waste generation and handling).
      • Prepares lab facilities before each lab and cleans up the facilities after the lab.
      • Orders/receives/approves payment of all required supplies/equipment for all labs (lab courses and research labs).
      • Maintains records of all orders and creates annual budget report by lab/class section.
      • Maintains proper storage and inventory of supplies and chemicals in all laboratories (course and research).
      • Maintains instruments and equipment used in the labs (including, but not limited to microscopes, fume hoods, ventilation units, UV lights, autoclaves, centrifuges, spectrometers), arranges for professional service of such when needed, and maintains manuals and logs of service and repairs.
    • Trains and supervises the Lab Assistant and student assistants
      • Maintains records for such training and periodically evaluates the Lab Assistant’s performance
    • Teach introductory Biology or Chemistry labs (up to 3 credits per semester) under the guidance of FT faculty members
    • Provides lab safety training of students at the beginning of each lab course and maintains records for such training.
    • Serves as Chemical Hygiene Officer, practicing quality, safety, environmental and infection control methods, in accordance with federal, state and local standards and MMC standard operating procedure. 
    • Manages chemicals including proper storage, recurring testing (peroxide forming test, expiration) and maintenance of inventories and MSDS. 
      • Maintains safety equipment in laboratories and maintains records for such and reports any problems to the Facilities Director.
      • Practices proper techniques for storage and inventory of all hazardous, biological, and regulated medical waste.
      • Collaborates with Facilities Department and approved contractors for proper disposal of hazardous waste.
      • Maintains all facilities, lab and storage “up to code,” as required by the DEP, EPA, OSHA, and FDNY. 
      • Receives current training as necessary and maintains proper certifications, including:
        • FDNY Certificate of Fitness for Supervision of Chemical Laboratories (C-14)
        • Certificate of Waste Management Employee Training Program (40 CFR 265.16)
        • Certificate of DOT Employee Training Program (DOT/HM – 126F Hazmat Training 49 CFR 172, Subpart H)
    • Other duties as assigned

    Requirements

    • Master’s Degree in Biology, Chemistry, or related field, plus a minimum of 2 years’ work and/or graduate study in a lab-based field.
    • Experience with laboratory techniques in General and Organic Chemistry, General Biology, Microbiology, Cell and Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, and Physics.
    • Knowledge of relevant federal, state and local agency requirements regarding safety in laboratories (including but not limited to NFPA 45, Fire Directive 3RCNY 10-01, OSHA 29 CFR, EPA 40 CFR, DOT 49 CFR)

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

    Please apply here

  • Sr. Financial Aid Counselor

    Essential Functions

    Within a centralized one-stop financial services environment, the Senior Financial Aid Counselor administers all aspects of financial aid for new and continuing students which include counseling students and parents on the financial aid process and providing information on available programs, procedures and eligibility requirements. On a daily basis evaluates students’ financial aid requests and makes award adjustments and recalculations. Conducts a review of academic progress for Federal and institutional aid eligibility, in keeping with Marymount Manhattan College’s policy. Reviews and processes academic appeals.  Is responsible for the development, maintenance and reconciliation of the HEOP Program, conducting federal/ institutional verification, resolving federal c-flags and conflicting information discrepancies. The Senior Financial Aid Counselor works closely with other Financial and Enrollment Services areas, including Student Accounts, Registrar, Admission, Academic Advisement and HEOP.  

    Requirements

    • Bachelor’s degree and three or more years of Financial Aid experience.
    • Knowledge of Federal and State financial aid policies, procedures and eligibility requirements.
    • Excellent communication and customer service skills, attention to detail, and strong problem solving skills are essential.
    • Commitment to quality student/customer service.
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Word and Excel.
    • Familiarity with an integrated financial aid management software (Ellucian Colleague) is preferred.
    • Must be flexible and available to work evenings and weekends.

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

     

    To apply click here