Our goal is to attract and retain talented and dedicated employees by providing a friendly and collaborative work environment that offers meaningful career opportunities, competitive compensation, an extensive benefits package, and various professional and personal development opportunities.
FACULTY EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Bryn Athyn College is seeking a part-time instructor for Spanish 101 and Spanish 102. The courses provide foundational experiences in developing foreign language skills and support the College’s core language requirement. Spanish 101 will be offered in the winter term (December 1—February 27), and Spanish 102 will be offered in the spring term (March 9—May 27).
Candidates must possess an MA or Ph.D. in Spanish, and have demonstrated ability in teaching foreign language at the secondary school or college level. Preferred candidates would be able to teach the full two-term sequence, and ideal candidates can also provide evidence of commitment to New Church beliefs and values.
Located 14 miles north of Philadelphia, Bryn Athyn College is a private, four-year, liberal arts college dedicated to a New Church approach to education and life. Bryn Athyn is on a term system: fall, winter, and spring.
Applications are accepted until July 25. To apply, send letter of application, CV, and three professional references to Robin Cooper, Department Chair of Language and Literature. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or mail to 2965 College Drive, PO Box 717, Bryn Athyn, PA 19009-0717.
Staff Employment Opportunities
The Administrative Operations Manager (AOM) is a 12-month staff position reporting directly to the Chief Academic Officer (CAO) for the College. The AOM articulates a vision for the effective management processes and procedures in the College for the purposes of institutional effectiveness. The AOM maintains close working relationships with the President, Dean of Students, and Administration. Positions reporting directly to the AOM are the College office administrative staff.
Specific Responsibilities & Essential Functions:
The Administrative Operations Manager (AOM) is a 12-month staff position reporting directly to the Chief Academic Officer (CAO) for the College. The AOM articulates a vision for the effective management processes and procedures in the College for the purposes of institutional effectiveness. The AOM maintains close working relationships with the President, Dean of Students, and Administration. Positions reporting directly to the AOM are the college office administrative staff.
Specific Responsibilities & Essential Functions:
The Administrative Operations Manager is a senior-level, support role specializing in institutional research (IR). The AOM provides comprehensive administrative support by managing staff, general administrative/operational functions, and IR oversight for the College Office. Responsibilities include:
Institutional Research and Assessment Duties
- Managing information flow among College departments including overseeing data processing and data sharing. Investigating the processes, procedures, and policies across the college for efficiency, standardization, and quality control of information flow
- Supervise and participate in the design, development, and support of the institutional research
- Overseeing roll-up reports for institutional assessment and ensuring best practices in institutional record keeping
- Collect, analyze and maintain historical data from multiple sources
- Perform statistical analyses. i.e. using SAS statistical package
- Participate in the design and submission of IPEDS research and assessment surveys
Office Administration & Operations
- Making decisions regarding acquisition and allocation of organizational resources including monitoring budgets and coordinating the work activities of staff/student employees
- Manage and maintain Hobson data files to ensure data quality and integrity including use of spreadsheets and graphics software
- Providing leadership for administrative services for the College
- Supervising the work of direct reports to ensure adherence to quality standards, deadlines, and proper procedures
- Evaluating direct reports’ job performance and recommending appropriate personnel action
Areas of Responsibility & Reporting:
The Administrative Operations Manager reports to the Chief Academic Officer. Positions reporting directly to the AOM the College Office’s administrative staff, which includes the Administrative Assistant and Registrar/Coordinator of Institutional Research.
Criteria & Qualifications
A bachelor’s degree in business or related field AND a minimum of 5 years experience directly related to administrative operations specific to higher education, including significant experience in institutional research is required. Master’s is preferred. Candidate must possess a comprehensive level of statistical/analytical knowledge of institutional research and assessment functions. Significant supervisory experience in higher education developing and improving information flow is necessary. Must have demonstrated academic leadership and organizational management/processes experience. Demonstrated, high-level experience in institutional effectiveness is required. Must have the ability to analyze complex assessments and institutional data. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and good judgment are required. Must have the ability to articulate and interpret sound policies. Must have skills in identifying complex problems and reviewing related information to develop and evaluate options and implement solutions. Proven ability to identify, resolve, and consult on a wide range of administrative and personnel issues with a clear sense of institutional needs and priorities. Strong organizational and management skills required.
Must have comprehensive knowledge as information systems manager. Must possess critical understanding and experience in the following applications:
- MS Office, specifically Excel
- CRM knowledge, specifically Hobson’s and Sonis
- Other comparable programs are acceptable
- Experience and skills in manipulating large relational data bases
This offer is contingent upon a criminal background check. Interested candidates must submit a resume and three professional references to T. Muriel Brisbon, Director of Human Resources of Bryn Athyn College: email email@example.com. Application deadline is July 21, 2014.
STUDENT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Where: Brickman and High School Dining Halls
When: Weekdays & Weekends
Hours: 10 Hours
Pay: $ Varies per Hour
Bryn Athyn College’s mission of the student employment program is to provide students with meaningful work experiences that build practical skills particular to a certain function and general skills such as punctuality, discipline, honesty, thoroughness, teamwork, and problem solving. This experiential education is a key aspect of a student’s educational experience. Sodexo seeks food service student workers to perform the duties and responsibilities required of this role. Duties include:
- Front of the House – Setting up, restocking, and opening stations, main line, fruit bar, cereal, beverage, deli station and dessert station. Operating stations (serving) during the meal, breaking down stations after the meal, refilling, wrapping, day dots, and storing food until next service. Cleaning wells, and wiping down service lines. Other duties wiping tables and refilling napkins, salt & pepper shakers, sweeping front and back of service lines.
- Back of the House – Operating the dish room, learning how to set-up, and operate the dish machine, how to run dishes through, restock dishes, tumblers, mugs and flatware, during and after all meals. Breaking down and cleaning dish machine at the end of service, pulling trash, and sweeping dish room area. Other duties helping out in the back of the house (kitchen) with odd jobs, stocking food, refilling milk, ice, juice machines. Restocking coffee station, and ice cream.
- Food Service Prep – Operating their own station, Pizza Station, learning how to make pizza’s, cheese, pepperoni, and the special of the day, preparing, cooking, timing, counts, and serving at station. Refilling station during and after the meal. Grill Station – learning to cook on the grill making hamburgers, grilled cheese, veggie burgers, French fries, and the special of the day, cutting tomatoes, lettuce, and all the sides to go with the station. Restocking bread and hamburger rolls. Deli Station – learning how to make sandwiches, and the special of the day, checking, and restocking lunch meat, cheese, tomatoes, and sides, during and after the meal. Restocking bread and bagel station, cream cheese, jelly, bagels.
- Student Lead – A student who could open and close High School and Brickman Dining Hall building alone or until a Sodexo employee could come in, for instance a snow storm. This student worker would need no supervision, on their own could make decisions, and would have numbers of other student workers to call to come in and help, know how everything operates, from the back of the house to the front of the house. The student could start coffee, place out pastries and the fruit bar; open the doors so students on campus could come in without wafting. Other duties cashier, some food prep, salad and fruit bar, and baking making cookies, Jell-O, pudding, and cakes learning timing, and oven use.
Qualifications – Must be currently enrolled as a student of Bryn Athyn College and is in good academic standing. Applicants should have great customer service skills, timelines, and willing to work all shifts breakfast, lunch and dinner and, or weekends shifts. Student must be very dependable, have the ability to follow instructions and display a sense of professionalism at all times while on duty. Note: The Sodexo Uniform Policy; Black pants, Closed toed shoes, or black sneakers, we will provide the uniform shirt and hat. All student employees must wear uniforms when working their shift. Interested applicants should complete a student application and submit with a current resume to Debra Pierce, Sodexo Assistant Manager.
Our employees are a vital part of the college community, contributing to the growth and success of the College. Thank you for your interest in Bryn Athyn College. If you have any questions, please contact us at 267-502-6038 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.