Employment Opportunities

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Employment Opportunities

Bryn Athyn College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Minority candidates are encouraged to apply. 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.

Administration Employment Opportunities

The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) will report to the College President and will be responsible for coordinating, developing, implementing, and monitoring the financial components of strategic planning at Bryn Athyn College as well as developing and monitoring the overall College budget. The CFO will work with the Academy of the New Church (ANC) Treasurer and the ANC Financial Office to ensure appropriate oversight of other financial functions of the College, including controller functions, auditing, cash and investments management, and accounts payable. The CFO will work in a collegial partnership with the President’s Cabinet and the ANC Treasurer in pursuit of collegiate academic quality. The CFO will actively and creatively seeking funding and administrative solutions in support of the College’s mission.

The CFO serves as a member of the President’s Cabinet and on other committees and councils as appointed by the President.

Specific Responsibilities & Essential Functions:

  1. Develops, submits, and monitors annual operating budget for the College
    • With reference to the College’s strategic plan, assists departments in developing their budget needs and in understanding available resources
    • Integrates College’s budget with ANC-wide budget
    • Develops monthly reports that promote effective budget management and decision-making by individual budget managers; holds departments accountable for managing within their budgets
    • Ensures accuracy, availability and efficient utilization of the financial systems available to the College or advocate new system
  2. Facilitates connections between institutional planning and budgeting
    • Assists departments in compiling the financial elements of the College’s plan and in understanding available resources
    • Assists departments in developing benchmarks and financial success measures
    • With the Treasurer, develops the financial forecasts for the College’s strategic plan
    • With the President and the Chief Academic Officer, is responsible for the College’s institutional assessment dashboard, IPEDs compliance, and participation in designated external benchmarking surveys
    • Utilizes the institution’s financial planning model to monitor and promote long-term sustainability for the College
  3. Oversees the development, coordination, and implementation of financial policies, reports, and controls for the College
  4. Prepares financial documents and planning update reports for stakeholders including the President, the Board of Trustees, the College Board Committee, the Faculty Council, the campus community, and other groups as appropriate.
  5. Monitors management of all College funds with the appropriate budget manager or with the Treasurer in respect to endowment funds.
  6. Reports to the President regarding College operating and capital budget expenditures and long term forecasts and assists with her/his decision-making on institutional priorities.
  7. Ensures development, implementation, and maintenance of policies for internal charges to support the provision of services by the College to other units of the Academy and for the procurement by the College of services from other units of the Academy.
  8. Coordinates all financial plans with ANC Treasurer.
  9. Participates in planning for maximization of College’s physical assets for revenue generation.
  10. Participates in planning for gift disposition.
  11. With the Financial Aid Director and the Director of Admissions, participates in the development of financial aid budgets and policies and tuition and fee rates.
  12. Takes on assignments appropriate to the office as designated by the President.
  13. Responsible for all aspects of accounting and financial functions for the College, including those contracted to other entities.


  • Bachelor’s degree in business, finance, or related area is required.
  • MBA or master’s degree in related field preferred.
  • CPA strongly preferred.
  • A minimum of 10 years executive level experience in finance operations and fiscal strategies required.
  • Experience specifically in higher education preferred.
  • Experience in development and fundraising.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of accounting, accounting standards, and regulatory accounting.
  • Advance comprehension of MS Excel spreadsheets required.
  • Ability to undertake new budgeting/financial software.
  • Understanding of capital markets and investment strategies.
  • Must have outstanding written and oral communication skills.
  • Exhibit independence and collaboration in the workplace.
  • Must possess strong technical organizational and management of a broad range of fiscal services.
  • In-depth understanding of relevant financial reporting requirements. · Requires a thorough understanding of general business operations.
  • Full COVID-19 Vaccination status, must be willing to work on campus

Application Instructions

Qualified candidates are invited to submit a letter of interest, resume, and list of three professional references to college.jobs@brynathyn.edu. 

Faculty Employment Opportunities

The Mathematics and Computer Science department at Bryn Athyn College invites applications for an adjunct position to teach Algebra for the winter and spring terms of the 2021-22 academic year. The course provides instruction in topics typically found in an Algebra II curriculum, supports Bryn Athyn College’s quantitative reasoning requirement, and serves as a prerequisite to our transcendental functions and business calculus courses. Winter term runs from November 29-February 24, 2021-22 (class meets M/W/F 11:55am-1:10pm) and spring term runs from March 9-May 24, 2022 (class meets M/W/F 9:40am-10:55am).

Candidates must possess a graduate degree in education, mathematics, or a related field; or have extensive experience teaching algebra content. Ideal candidates will have demonstrated success in teaching algebra courses at a college level and show understanding of and support for Bryn Athyn College’s mission.

Bryn Athyn College is a small, private, coeducational, liberal arts college affiliated with the New Church, a Christian denomination based on the theology of Emanuel Swedenborg. Bryn Athyn serves as an intellectual center for all who desire to engage in higher education enriched, guided, and structured by the study of the Old Testament, New Testament, and theological writings of Emanuel Swedenborg. We seek applicants who are supportive of the College’s mission and values. For information about Bryn Athyn College and its mission, see www.brynathyn.edu.

This is a part-time position for the 2021-22 academic year with no guarantee of renewal.

A complete application includes a cover letter detailing the applicant’s qualification and interest in the position, CV, and names and contact information of three professional references. Please send materials college.jobs@brynathyn.edu. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Salary is competitive. 

Staff Employment Opportunities

Bryn Athyn College invites applications for Academic Success Staff (AAS)

Position Summary

This is a part-time position that reports directly to the Head of Academic Advising Staff (HAAS). The main responsibility of the position is to serve as the academic advisor for first- and second-year students who have not yet been accepted into a major program of study. AAS members also serve as a significant point of contact between students, faculty, and a variety of academic support resources available on campus. One or two AAS members also serve as members of the Academic Advising Steering Committee, which oversees and assesses the Academic Advising Program.

AAS members provide two fundamental forms of support for students:

  1. Assistance with selecting and registering students in courses to achieve the students’ academic and career goals.
  2. Mentoring students through their academic experience, including supporting academic plans, helping students access support systems, and providing guidance to provisional students and students on academic deficiency.

The AAS position is a year-round, renewable, part-time position (up to 20 hours per week).

Specific Responsibilities & Essential Functions

  • Assist students with course registration: May through August of each year for incoming students as needed
  • Add/Drop changes through second week of each term
  • Registration weeks during the academic year, normally October, January, and April
  • Maintain familiarity with BAC’s academic requirements (residency requirements, Core Program, AA degrees and tracks, majors, and minors)
  • Advise students regarding their progress in the Core Program and choices for major (options, timing, prerequisites).
  • Support successful completion of the advising checklists, forms, probation contracts, etc. and track each advisee’s progress toward major application
  • Assist baccalaureate-seeking students in applying for a major by the time the student has accumulated 50 or more credits toward degree.
  • Serve as the first point of contact for students’ questions and concerns about their academic program and respond in a timely manner.
  • Closely monitor (weekly or bi-weekly) provisional and at-risk students and identify those in need of further assistance.
  • Assist students in academic deficiency. Formulate and follow through on a plan for academic success.
  • Monitor student progress and maintain updated notes in SIS.
  • Keep appropriate personnel (instructors, advising committee, department chairs, deans, coaches, Alert Council) informed of student or advisor concerns.
  • Maintain student advising information in Sonis and in physical advising folders as appropriate.
  • Stay current with national trends and advancements in academic advising practice. Attend advising training as required.
  • Support the first-year experience and second-year experience programming in conjunction with NAUL.
  • Maintain strict confidentiality of confidential and sensitive information (CSI) and comply with Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) regulations.
  • Assist with annual assessment of the academic advising program.
  • If assigned as a member of the Academic Advising Steering Committee, attend committee meetings and assist with the work of the committee.


  • Bachelor’s degree required. Preference for bachelor’s degree in a liberal arts field.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills, including demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with faculty, staff, students (and, after appropriate FERPA release, students’ parents) utilizing discretion and professionalism.)
  • Ability to maintain a high degree of confidentiality
  • Strong organizational and time management skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills including the ability to lead, encourage, or mentor students or college age people
  • Team-focused and interested in working in a highly collaborative, deadline-driven environment
  • Flexible schedule
  • Self-motivated and inquisitive

Technical Skills Preferred:

  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite
  • Proficiency at the user-level with:
  • Student Information System (Sonis)
  • Slate
  • SharePoint
  • Microsoft Teams
  • Moodle (LMS)

All interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to College.jobs@brynathy.edu Please use Academic Success as the subject line. 


The Assistant Athletic Trainer will be expected to support the mission of Bryn Athyn College to enhance students’ civil, moral and spiritual life and enhance the focus of BAC Athletics to build a program that fosters commitment, sportsmanship, and charity. The Assistant Athletic Trainer will be expected to aide the Head Athletic Trainer in the execution of a quality athletics health care program. The Assistant Athletic Training position is a fulltime/exempt position.

Duties include but are not limited to the following:

  • Assist the Head Athletic Trainer in providing quality athletic training services for BAC student-athletes.
  • Assist in the care of all student-athletes through practice and game coverage, injury prevention, evaluation, management, treatment of new and pre-existing injuries, short-term and long-term rehabilitation of athletic injuries, education and counseling of student-athletes, and athletics related health care administration in consultation with and under the supervision of the team Physician and Head Athletic Trainer.
  • Act as a preceptor to student athletic trainers
  • Assist in the management of the athletic training room (inventory, scheduling, etc.)
  • Make referrals and interact regularly with team physicians and other health care consultants.
  • Maintain comprehensive records of athletic injuries and treatments.
  • Travel to away contests as requested by the Head ATC and/or Athletic Director.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications

  • B.S. in Athletic Training from a CAATE accredited institution
  • NATABOC Certification
  • PA State Licensure or eligible for PA state licensure
  • Current CPR, first aid and automatic external defibrillator certification issued by an authorized agency.
  • Valid Pennsylvania driver’s license.


  • M.S. in Athletic Training, Exercise Science, or related field
  • Experience in collegiate athletics setting beyond undergraduate clinical rotations

Knowledge and Abilities

  • Ability to work as part of a Health care team dedicated to collaboration and the college goal of integrating instruction and student services as a way to create and maintain a supportive student-learning environment.
  • Knowledge of and ability to accurately interpret laws, rules, and regulations pertaining to Student Health Services.
  • A demonstrated ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing, and to work effectively and harmoniously with students, colleagues, staff, and others.
  • Demonstrated commitment to the continuous improvement of health and wellness for students and ability to create an environment conducive to the development of student services innovations.

Bryn Athyn College is accepting applications for the position of Part-Time Assistant Men’s Lacrosse Coach for the 2021-22 academic year. Bryn Athyn’s Men’s Lacrosse team competes at the NCAA Division III, as a member of the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC). The Assistant Coach will assist the Head Coach with all aspects of the Men’s Lacrosse program, but primary focus will be in the following areas:

  • Recruiting and Evaluation of talented student-athletes
  • Practice planning and organization on a daily basis
  • Coaching and mentoring student-athletes within the framework of the men’s lacrosse program
  • Scouting opponents both on video and occasionally in person
  • Preparing scouting reports and game plans specific to every opponent
  • Attending staff and team meetings
  • Working to continually develop personal knowledge of the game
  • Working to develop an understanding of College, CSAC, and NCAA guidelines and rules
  • Representing the Men’s Lacrosse program, Bryn Athyn Athletics and Bryn Athyn College in a positive and professional manner


  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Experience playing or coaching lacrosse for at least 1 year at the collegiate level
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills
  • Good organizational skills
  • Valid Driver’s License


  • 2-3 years of playing at the collegiate level
  • 2-3 years of coaching at the collegiate level OR at a competitive high school level

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information for three professional references should be submitted through: college.jobs@brynathyn.edu

Bryn Athyn College invites applicants for the position of Assistant Women’s Lacrosse Coach. Reporting to the Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach, this is a part-time position, responsible for assisting in all facets of the program. These duties include but are not limited to, identifying and recruiting qualified prospective student-athletes, the academic & athletic development of current student-athletes, scheduling, budget management, equipment ordering & inventory, along with public relations.


  • Bachelor's degree required
  • Experienced student-athlete or coach in intercollegiate women’s lacrosse
  • A working knowledge of NCAA DIII Rules & Regulations
  • Applicants must possess appropriate work authorization
  • Must be able to work evenings and weekends, with extensive travel
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license and have a clean driving record

Bryn Athyn College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to enhancing the diversity of the college community. In support of this goal, we seek qualified candidates with a wide range of backgrounds, perspectives, and experiences. We embrace diversity and encourage all who are interested to apply. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Please submit a letter of interest, resume, and contact information for three professional references to college.jobs@brynathyn.edu.

Position Summary

Reporting to the Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Information (SID), the Game Day Operations Manager will assist with gameday operations setup, live stat entry, website management, social media, and supervision of game day student work crew. Part Time Staff/Exempt, reports to Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Information

Specific Responsibilities & Essential Functions

Game Day Manager is expected to support and enhance Bryn Athyn College (BAC) Athletics mission that fosters commitment, sportsmanship, and charity. BAC is a member of NCAA Division III member, as well as a full member in the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC).

Game Day Manager

Duties and responsibilities include:

  • Game Day Operations Manager will provide operational and support services for the intercollegiate athletic program and assist the athletic department with game day operations, pre-game setup, post-game breakdown and wrap up.
  • This position serves a vital role in supporting the day-to-day operations of the Athletics Department in an effort to achieve operational excellence
  • The ideal candidate will be a detail-oriented multi-tasker who is adept at prioritizing responsibilities, passionate about customer service, and has a genuine interest in athletics and the inner workings of a Division III Athletics Department
  • The position is in constant communication with members of the athletics department, as well campus offices, vendors, and other external stakeholders
  • Position assists with maintaining live stream and all pre-game media, including national anthem delivery for W Field Hockey, M/W Soccer, M/W Volleyball, M/W Basketball, M/W Lacrosse
  • Serve as primary live stat entry person for all above sports
  • Assist SID with writing game recaps
  • Gather and compile statistical information for BAC athletics website
  • Assist with managing game day student work crew
  • Assist SID with social media posts for athletic accounts
  • Set up and break down of field/gym before and after contests
  • Perform miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned

Line of Reports

The Game Day Operations Manager reports to the Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Information and will work closely with the Associate Athletic Director for Facilities and Operations.

Criteria & Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Previous operations experience in a NCAA school is preferred
  • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written
  • Team focused and interest in working in a highly collaborative environment
  • Ability to exercise sound judgment and work effectively under pressure
  • Proven ability to manage multiple complex tasks independently
  • Evening/weekend work required

The Athletics Department at Bryn Athyn College is seeking a Head Women’s Tennis Coach who will be responsible for the development, coaching, organization, and management of the Women’s Tennis program. In addition, this position is responsible for assisting the recruitment of prospective student-athletes and retention of current team members.

Essential Functions

  • Responsible for the recruitment of prospective student-athletes and retention of current student-athletes.
  • Responsible for the safety and well-being of team members and supervision of assistant coaches and student-managers with whom they work.
  • Responsible for teaching and developing athletic skills of team members.
  • Responsible for close collaboration with the Director of Athletics regarding scheduling of contests, practices, team travel and team management.
  • Responsible for maintaining compliance with:
    • NCAA Division III,
    • CSAC (Colonial State Athletic Conference),
    • Instructions from the Athletic Trainer, and rules and regulations,
    • Timely filing of any paperwork, reports and/or reimbursement requests.
  • Responsible for maintaining all sports equipment assigned to the Head Coach, Assistant Coach or student-athletes.
  • Supports the mission of the College.
  • Other duties as assigned


Bachelor’s Degree and previous, successful coaching and recruiting experience at the collegiate level required. Travel is required.

The successful candidate must also possess:

  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills,
  • Recruiting experience,
  • Knowledge of NCAA Division III rules and regulations
  • CPR/AED Certification,
  • First Aid Certification, and a
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Proof of full covid vaccination status is required

How to Apply

  • Applications should consist of a cover letter, resume, proof of certifications and three professional references with email addresses and/or telephone numbers to Melissa Gamba, Director of HR college.jobs@brynathyn.edu.
  • Bryn Athyn College is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.
  • Applicants from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply

Position Summary

The Registrar’s Office Administrative Assistant position is a part-time, reporting directly to the Registrar. This is a highly, visible administrative support position expected to serve and support the mission of Bryn Athyn College.

Specific Responsibilities & Essential Functions

The Administrative Assistant is responsible for the following tasks and duties:

  • Finances and Supplies
    • Supply Ordering
    • Invoices
    • Credit Card Reconciliation (if applicable)
  • Buildings and Physical Resources
    • Pendleton Hall Building Manager
    • Van and Bus Mileage
  • Calendars and Schedule Requests
    • FS Direct
    • Outlook Room Resources
  • Record Keeping – Courses
    • Collecting Syllabi Every Term
    • Course Evaluations
    • Institutional Research Reporting
  • Record Keeping – Students (Academics)
    • Transcripts
    • New Student Folders & Orientation Packets
    • Transfer Credit Uploads
    • Emergency Contact Info
    • FERPA Forms
  • Record Keeping – Students (Student Life)
    • Chapel Attendance
  • Faculty
    • Advising Stipends
    • Faculty Council

Criteria & Qualifications

A bachelor’s degree is preferred. A minimum of 1 year experience working in an administrative role is highly desirable. Experience in an educational environment is preferred. The ability to compose and edit written communication is required. Must have experience multi-tasking and meeting multiple deadlines, adapting to a changing environment, exercising problem solving skills, working with accuracy, making administrative decisions, and handling diplomatic and confidential matters. They must have the ability to communicate effectively with internal and external constituents. Experience working in a highly visible environment, initiating independent judgment to ensure effective and efficient operations of the office is required.

Technical Skills Required:

The EA must possess comprehensive knowledge of MS Office Suite, specifically Word documents and Excel spreadsheets.

Applicants are invited to submit a resume and letter of interest to college.jobs@brynathyn.edu.

The Residence Area Coordinator for First Year Halls & Engagement is a part-time position based on a one-year renewable contract and reports directly to the Director of Residence Life. This position works approximately 10 to 15 hours per week with evening and weekend responsibilities. The Residence Area Coordinator will co-supervise housing up to 90 residential students and team of undergraduate Resident Assistants. This includes but not limited to managing the facilities, enforcing college and residence life policies, and creating an environment academic achievement, personal development, wellness, safety, and security in the residential community. An unfurnished on-campus apartment is provided as compensation.

Job Responsibilities

  • Management and Supervision of Student Staff
    • Work with the Residence Life team to select, train, and supervise a residence hall staff of RAs.
    • Provide direction, support and development for student staff through daily supervision and weekly meetings.
    • Participate in the development and implementation of the on-going training process for RAs.
    • Support staff in implementation of departmental programs and activities.
    • Supervise and manage the enforcement of all college and residence life policies by RAs.
    • Manage the duty schedule of RA staff.
  • Facility Management
    • Report and follow-up with safety and security concerns of the hall(s).
    • Respond to inquiries regarding policies and procedures; respond to parental inquiries and concerns.
    • Walk residential facilities on a weekly basis and identify areas of concern/repairs as needed.
    • Submit Work Requests to appropriate staff members and follow-up to verify completion.
    • Maintain Room Condition Reports and other facilities-related records for the residence hall.
    • Inspect rooms prior to arrival and departure and notify supervisor of any concerns or damage.
    • Officially close the residence hall for the summer.
  • Community Engagement
    • Plan and implement social, recreation and education programming. Facilitate activities organized by RAs.
    • Assist in creating and implementing traditions and large-scale programming organized by the Residence Life team including but not limited to faculty passion series, opening, and closing activities
    • Track programmatic data and provide to supervisor monthly.
    • Hold residence hall meetings with all residents several times during the year or as issues or needs arise.
    • Maintain regular contact with each of the residents.
  • Policy Enforcement
    • Interpret, develop, and enforce college and residence life policies for the residence hall.
    • Establish and maintain expectations of behavioral standards.
    • Conduct monthly Health and Safety Inspections of student rooms with RAs.
  • Crisis Intervention:
    • Respond to urgent and crisis situations and seek to resolve according to established protocols.
    • Serve as resource/referral agent for campus resources such as Health Services and Campus Safety.
    • Serve as part of the campus-wide on-call duty rotation schedule which includes working nights and weekends as needed. Shared supervision of residents during mid-year breaks.
    • Identify students-at-risk and immediately inform supervisor of concerns and challenges.
    • Meet with students who demonstrate at-risk behaviors and provide necessary referrals for college services and resources.
  • Communication with the Director of Residence Life
    • Check and respond to college email in a timely manner
    • Meet weekly to communicate student, policy, and facility issues.
    • Report incidents of serious student behavioral, medical, or emotional issues immediately.
    • Submit an annual report in May.
  • COVID-19 Addendum
    • If the college is closed for online instruction and residence halls are not occupied, Residence Area Coordinators will be obligated to work 10 hours a week in an assigned College task, department, or function for the duration of residence hall closures.
    • If a Residence Area Coordinator does not wish to work during this period, the employee will be responsible for paying rent (determined by similar rental rates) for the closure period until responsibilities can be resumed and agreed upon by the College/supervisor.

Line of Reports

The Residence Area Coordinator reports directly to the Director of Residence Life. The following personnel report directly to the Area Coordinator: undergraduate Resident Assistants.

Criteria & Qualifications

Requirements include a bachelor’s degree but a relevant Master’s degree is preferred. This is a ten-month position that requires the Residence Area Coordinator to live in an apartment on-campus during the academic year, or live nearby. 

Position Summary

Reporting to the Director of Network Services, the Sr. Helpdesk Technician is responsible for supporting and providing remote and on-site hardware and application support to Bryn Athyn Colege, Shared Services and General Church IT. Part-time Staff,  Non-Exempt (30 hrs/wk), eligibility for Medical & 403(b) Buy-in.

Specific Responsibilities & Essential Functions

  • Help create, update and maintain systems that support the primary functions of the Helpdesk (database tracking, purchasing, preventative maintenance procedures, policies, etc.).
  • Help train new students and provide support for existing students.
  • Provide first level and on-site hardware and network connectivity support for all campus standard computers.
  • Provide remote and on-site software support for all campus standard applications, including Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office Suite, Internet Explorer, and Outlook. May include installations.
  • Perform new computer installations.
  • Provide occasional training sessions on supported applications.
  • Use ticketing database to track incidents and labor for all HelpDesk requests.

Line of Reports

The Helpdesk Technician reports directly to the Director of Network Services. The Sr Helpdesk Technician has no staff reporting to him/her.

Qualifications and Requirements

  • A minimum of 1 year experience providing end-user phone support for current PC desktop and application software OR one year installing, upgrading, troubleshooting and repairing personal computers in a network environment.
  • An associate’s degree or certification in computer technology or a related field.
  • The ability to exhibit interpersonal/customer service skills in person and via telephone.
  • The ability to work independently as well as in a team environment and provide a proactive and resourceful approach to problem resolution and strong troubleshooting skills.
  • Exceptional follow-through skills regarding problems to resolution, and or escalation.

Technical Skills Required:

  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite or MAC platforms
  • Proficiency with desktop operating systems, various software applications and PC basic hardware

Environmental Conditions:

The usual and customary methods of performing the job's functions require the following physical demands: ability to sit for prolonged period s of time in front of a computer, lifting heavy equipment (up to 50lbs. unassisted), bending, carrying, pushing, and/or pulling; and significant fine finger dexterity. Generally the job requires 75% sitting, 10% walking, and 15% standing.

This job is performed in a generally clean and healthy office environment.

Position Summary:

The Senior Recruiter is responsible for recruiting students who fit the academic profile, mission, and enrollment goals of Bryn Athyn College. Primary responsibilities include identifying students who can benefit from and contribute to the mission of the College, building relationships with these students that result in progression through the admissions funnel and enrollment; management of a primary recruitment territory (includes planning recruitment travel, and relationship-building with key influencers), management and review of a caseload of application files, one-on-one counseling of prospective and admitted students about academic offerings, student life, financial aid/affordability, and the faith-based mission of the college with the objective of establishing an understanding of fit and value for the student and influencers. Full-time exempt, benefit eligible

Specific Responsibilities and Essential Functions

  1. Review application files for admission, applying approved guidelines, assuring accurate and timely application of procedures
  2. Enjoys building relationships with prospective students throughout all phases of the enrollment cycle (inquiry through enrollment)
  3. Represent Bryn Athyn College to prospective students, their families, and high school and college personnel, on campus through admissions counseling and recruitment events, and off campus at college fairs, school visits, and other events, including one-on-one and group presentations
  4. Develop and maintain productive working relationships with high school counselors, alumni and other influencers in the admissions process
  5. Represent Bryn Athyn College during all on-campus Admissions events
  6. Uses all forms of communication to achieve established targets; accountable for moving prospective students from inquiry through enrollment, and for developing a measurable recruitment strategy that aligns with the mission and recruitment goals of the College
  7. Plan and execute fall and spring recruitment travel with the objective of reaching likely sources of prospective BAC students
  8. Monitor current data and historic trends, including utilization of dashboards and querying, to inform territory planning and maximize recruitment and enrollment strategies
  9. Utilize CRM (Slate) to communicate through multiple media to facilitate movement of prospective students through the enrollment funnel
  10. Respond to inquiries via phone and written correspondence
  11. Other duties as assigned

Criteria and Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree required; 2-3 years college-level recruitment experience with proven success in identifying students’ needs, resolving their challenges in the college selection process, and securing their enrollment; enjoys building relationships with prospective students throughout all phases of the enrollment cycle (inquiry through enrollment); strong communication, interpersonal, and customer service skills; ability to manage projects and multitask; strong organizational skills and attention to detail; determination to meet recruitment goals and adhere to timelines and deadlines; availability and willingness to work evenings and weekends (including some overnight travel) as needed; valid driver’s license; proficiency in MS Office Suite (especially MS Excel and Word); working knowledge of CRM databases and dashboard reporting systems preferred.


Online Onboarding:

New hires complete employment forms via online onboarding through our payroll system portal, with the exception of the I-9 form. New hires are required to submit a completed I-9 form and show original ID to the Director of Human Resources as soon as possible after their start date.  Acceptable ID is listed on p 3 of the form. I-9 Form

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 college.jobs@brynathyn.edu.