Employment Opportunities

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Employment Opportunities

Bryn Athyn College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 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

Adjunct Professor of Biology

Bryn Athyn College operates on a trimester system. The course available is one lecture section of Biology 232: Cell Structure and Function in the spring term, which runs March 6th-May 22nd, 2019. The course meets on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10:50-12:00.  This is a 200-level course for Biology majors who have covered the basics of cell structure and function in introductory courses.

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.eduopens in a new window.

To apply, please email a letter of application, CV, and names of three professional references to Ms. Renee L. Rosenfeld, at college.jobs@brynathyn.eduopens in a new window. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Adjunct Professor of Education

Bryn Athyn College’s Department of Education is accepting applications for part-time adjunct positions for a variety of courses in the Master of Special Education, Literacy concentration program for the 2019-2020 academic school year. Potential courses may include: Family and Community Partnerships, Social-Emotional Development for Students with Language-Based Learning Disabilities, Methodologies: Specially Designed Instruction for High-Incidence Disabilities, Research-Based Intervention Strategies and Comprehensive Literacy Instruction for Students with Language-Based Learning Disabilities.

A successful candidate will have:

  • An earned doctorate in a relevant field; ABD may be considered.
  • Experience teaching literacy to students with learning differences in a K-12 setting.
  • Knowledge of current literature and research in literacy.
  • Special education certification and/or specialized certification in methodologies (e.g. Orton Gillingham) to support students with language-based learning differences preferred.

Position responsibilities include:

  • Teaching graduate courses in literacy and special education; evening classes may be required
  • Delivering curriculum, preparing lectures, and student assignments
  • Meeting with students during all designated class periods; maintaining office hours
  • Grading student assignments and exams in a timely manner
  • Submitting completed mid-term and final grades according to BAC schedule

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.

To apply, please email a letter of application, CV, and names of three professional references to Ms. Renee L. Rosenfeld, at college.jobs@brynathyn.edu. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Adjunct Professor of Earth Science

The Science department at Bryn Athyn College invites applications for an adjunct position in Earth Science. Applicants must have at least a Masters in Biology, Geology, or a related field and teaching experience.

Bryn Athyn College operates on a trimester system. The courses available are one lecture section and two laboratory sections of Earth Science 101: Introduction to Physical Geology and Meteorology in the spring term, which runs March 6th-May 22nd, 2019. The lecture section meets on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 12:20-1:30 and the labs run on Tuesday, one section in the morning and one in the afternoon. 

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.

To apply, please email a letter of application, CV, and contact information for three professional references to Ms. Renee L. Rosenfeld, at college.jobs@brynathyn.edu. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

 

Staff Employment Opportunities

Bursar

Bursar

The Bursar oversees student billing and is the custodian of the student billing system, loan collections and disbursements, student financial records, Title IV recalculations, college-wide cash handling, and the accounts receivable function. Responsibilities include coordinating/overseeing activities associated with the student receivable system, including billing, collections, write-offs and account reconciliations for the College; coordinating/overseeing billing and collections for the Academy of the New Church Secondary Schools; responsibility for implementation and maintenance of proper cash handling procedures; managing the campus cash and meal plan system; supervising distribution of student refunds; coordinating with the Registrar, Financial Aid, and other departments the back-out procedures related to class deletion due to non-payment; coordinating preparation of the annual 1098T forms; supporting preparation of financial statements and the related annual audit; and performing other financial-related projects as assigned by the Chief Financial Officer. This is a non-exempt, benefit-eligible position.

 Requirements include 2 years minimum experience in a related field; an understanding of current best practices and standards of customer billing; exceptional interpersonal/customer-service skills; strong written and verbal communication skills; and a comprehensive knowledge of Microsoft Office products, specifically Excel. A bachelor’s degree in business, finance or related field is preferred, as is similar experience in higher education.

 This full-time position begins 5/1/19, but training on a part-time basis is possible before then. Qualified candidates are invited to submit a resume and cover letter to college.jobs@brynathyn.edu.  Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Director of Athletics

The Director of Athletics provides vision, leadership, and direction for athletics to ensure program effectiveness, continuous improvement, and accountability. The overarching goal is to provide a broad, balanced athletic program that enriches the lives of student athletes, and helps them to develop and maintain fitness of soul, mind and body. The Director of Athletics maintains the integrity of the program, promoting and upholding the principles of sportsmanship and developing moral virtues in our student-athletes. The Director of Athletics will strengthen and build the athletic program, developing relationships with appropriate collegiate conferences, and NCAA Division III. The Director of Athletics reports to the Dean of Students and serves as a member of the student life leadership team.

Specific Responsibilities

  • Upholding and promoting the mission of Bryn Athyn College, managing all members of the athletic department, including hiring, supervising, mentoring and evaluating coaches, and overseeing the recruitment of student athletes who can contribute to and benefit from the institution’s mission
  • Developing plans, policies, procedures, and programs in compliance with the College, CSAC Conference, and NCAA rules and regulations that promote the mission of the Athletic Department, the College’s high standard of academic excellence, and the overall student-athlete experience
  • Reviewing and updating job descriptions and salary structures for coaches and other members of the athletic department
  • Preparing an annual operating budget to be submitted to the Dean of Students, and managing athletic operating budgets to sustain healthy operations and activities while adhering to budget parameters
  • Reviewing and developing athletic policies and procedures in consultation with the Dean of Students
  • Reviewing and updating coach and student athlete manuals annually
  • In consultation with Bryn Athyn College stakeholders, developing a strategic vision for the department and evaluating, adjusting, and advancing the long-range athletic plan
  • Providing oversight of departmental compliance with all athletic governing bodies as well as state and federal laws
  • Advancing and executing fundraising, friend raising and promotions and marketing activities in conjunction with the Office of Advancement
  • Scheduling and overseeing all contests, tournaments, and their details
  • In collaboration with the Director of Health and Wellness, ensuring quality healthcare for student athletes using the medical model of sports medicine care
  • Organizing yearly award ceremony including schedule, awards, guests, program and other details
  • Oversight of inventories of uniforms and equipment. Purchasing new supplies as needed
  • Maintaining public relations with all groups associated with the Academy and Bryn Athyn College including students, alumni, visitors, official’s chapters, sporting goods salespeople, news media, faculty, dining hall, health services, and maintenance personnel
  • Representing athletics and Bryn Athyn College at league meetings, on the Student Life Committee, and to the President
  • Preparing and submitting an annual report to the Dean of Students
  • Maintaining membership in professional associations, including attendance at CSAC and NCAA conferences, annually

Required Qualifications

  • Master’s degree in Athletic Administration or related field with five years of experience
  • Excellent interpersonal and written communication, public relations, facilities, and budget development/management skills
  • Fiscal management experience
  • Thorough knowledge of NCAA Division III conference rules and commitment to the philosophies of NCAA Division III athletics
  • Ability to interpret and apply NCAA and CSAC conference regulations with integrity
  • Ability to develop athletic programs facilitating NCAA membership for the College
  • Ability to develop strong collaboration within the college and across the local communities in the region
  • Previous experience may include responsibilities in administration, teaching, and coaching

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.

Qualified applicants are invited to submit their resume and cover letter along with a list of three professional references to college.jobs@brynathyn.edu by 2/19/19. If relocating from another region, the chosen candidate would be responsible for any associated moving expenses.

Director of Alumni Relations and Advancement

Reporting to the President, the Director of Alumni Relations and Advancement will be responsible for all aspects of the College’s Alumni Relations & Advancement office, which seeks to facilitate and nurture the ongoing engagement of the College’s alumni, parents, and friends. This engagement is measured through four categories: event attendance, volunteerism, communication feedback and interactions, and philanthropy.

Strategic Planning & Oversight

  • Develop and execute a comprehensive strategy to engage alumni, parents, and friends through event planning, communication management, and fundraising.
  • Formulate effective strategic goals, operational goals, metrics, and strategies for a comprehensive outreach and fundraising program in each of the Department’s aforementioned strategic areas.
  • Set and meet annual and multi-year engagement goals, both monetary and otherwise.
  • Manage, maintain, and effectively steward departmental budget.
  • Collaborate in the maintenance of an accurate database, which captures, contact, biographical, and career information for alumni and parents.
  • Develop partnerships and collaborative relationships with the offices of Admissions and Enrollment Management, Marketing and Communications, and Career Services at the College, and partnerships with the Academy of the New Church Secondary Schools and the General Church of the New Jerusalem.
  • Serve as a member of the College’s strategic planning committee.
  • Provide reports on communication effectiveness, participation, fundraising progress, etc.

Fundraising

  • Collaborate with the Academy of the New Church Secondary Schools and the General Church regarding gift planning solicitations and prospects.
  • Solicit and secure support for important projects, programs, initiatives, and capital needs for the College from corporations and foundations.
  • Identify, cultivate, and personally solicit a portfolio of major or principal gift prospects.
  • Identify, cultivate, and personally solicit a portfolio of leadership annual giving prospects.
  • Utilize prospect research tools and wealth rating software to identify prospect donor pool.

Supervision & Mentorship

  • Recruit and manage a staff of student interns and volunteers

Volunteer Management

  • Coordinate with members of the Academy Corporation and Board regarding peer-to-peer fundraising and stewardship efforts.
  • Provide effective counsel to and support for the BAC Alumni Association, including planning and executing membership drives and BACAA events.
  • Promote a robust volunteer program, including a regional representative program, career advisor program, and class agent program.

A bachelor’s degree is required, as are three to five years of relevant experience in alumni relations or advancement and frontline fundraising experience. 20 -30 hours/week. Experience with Bryn Athyn College and the College community is preferred. Candidates are invited to submit a letter of introduction and resume to college.jobs@brynathyn.edu on or before 2/21/19.

 

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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.