Career Opportunities: Staff

To apply for an employment opportunity at Bloomfield College, all applicants should reply to person or office indicated at:

Bloomfield College
467 Franklin Street
Bloomfield, NJ 07003
Fax: (973) 743-3998 (unless otherwise indicated in specific job posting)
Email: Not all search committees accept emailed resumes, but where an email address is not given, you can often contact the person listed by using the format: first_lastname@bloomfield.edu The Webmaster can in no case accept emailed resumes. They should be sent to the contact listed in the job description.

Bloomfield College is an affirmative action, equal-opportunity employer. The College is committed to achieving excellence through a diverse workplace and inclusive culture that encourages all people to reach their full potential. The College encourages applications and/or nominations of women, persons of color, veterans, and persons with disabilities.

CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES:

Position: Mental Health Program Specialist Ad

Date Posted: October 12, 2021

Department: Student Affairs

Job Description:

Bloomfield College is seeking a Mental Health Program Specialist for a grant-funded position through an award from the U.S. Department of Education’s Predominantly Black Institutions (PBI) Grant Program. The timeframe for the position is dependent on the length of the grant, which is expected to continue for five years. The Mental Health Program Specialist will report to the Director of Personal Counseling. Duties are as follows, but not limited to:

 

  • Develop, implement, and evaluate individual and community-level mental health promotion initiatives, including educational outreach programs, awareness campaigns, services, and materials to address suicide prevention, mental health, and other health and well-being topics as needed.
  • Initiate campus and community partnerships to expand the scope and impact of mental health promotion efforts.
  • Provide mental health promotion workshops, outreach, and trainings that meet the needs of diverse student, staff, and faculty groups.
  • Represent the Wellness Center on campus and community coalitions as assigned • Provide direct outreach to underrepresented student populations and support students through educational programming;
  • Provide culturally-informed clinical mental health assessment, treatment, crisis intervention, and referrals for student-clients;
  • Document confidential assessment and treatment notes in an electronic health record;
  • Attend and contribute to individual supervision meetings and clinical meetings;
  • Contribute to a weekly departmental staff and group supervision meetings; • Integrate principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion into all initiatives.
  • Develop and utilize learning outcomes and assessment tools for all initiatives.
  • Performing other duties as assigned by the Director of Personal Counseling.

Education and Training: Master’s degree in Counseling, Social Work, Health Education or related field. Eligible for licensure within the state of NJ

Experience: A minimum of three years of experience working with underrepresented populations.

Other necessary skills and qualifications: Demonstrate a commitment to the principles of diversity, inclusion, and equity. Excellent oral and written communication skills as well as excellent interpersonal skills. Must be willing to work as part of a team and possess discretion, sound judgment, and solid decision-making skills. Willing and able to advocate for students and connect them with appropriate resources, strong sense of commitment, and ethics. Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) is required.

This is a 10-month position. Hours: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm, M-F.

Application Information:

This position will be open until filled. All applicants must provide electronically (PDF format preferred) a letter of application, curriculum vita or resume, and three references with contact information to jason_branch@bloomfield.edu

Position: Secretary, Center for Academic Advising and Career Education (CAACE)

Date Posted: September 29, 2021

Department: Academic Affairs

Job Description:

Part-time- 20 hours per week (September 1- June 1)

Reports to: Director of CAACE, Academic Affairs

Basic Function:

The Secretary is responsible for the planning, coordination and administration of all CAACE support details in relation to the multiple roles and functions of the Director, the Associate Director and Assistant Directors  within the department.

Scope of Supervision:

Supervise and monitor all work assigned to student employees and interns within CAACE

Key Functional and Administrative Responsibilities:

  • Act as Liaison between the CAACE and other areas of the College;
  • Coordinate appointment schedules, conferences and travel arrangements for all administrative personnel within CAACE;
  • Be first point of contact for employers wishing to post opportunities for students;
  • Ability to direct and navigate career management system, Handshake;
  • Handle incoming calls to the department;
  • Prepare minutes for all meetings at which the Director or Associate Director presides;
  • Prepare documents and reports for department;
  • Assist in the scheduling and coordination of events such as career fairs, information sessions, career panels and training sessions;
  • Provides clerical support for staff within CAACE which includes but is not limited to data entry, answering telephones, scheduling appointments, routing incoming calls, typing correspondences, maintaining and archiving all departmental records and files;
  • Assist with marketing events such as flyer and email creation;
  • Assist in the coordination and planning of special projects and College-wide events such as New Student Orientation;
  • Perform other duties as requested by the administrative personnel within the department;
  • Monitor all office equipment and supplies;
  • Some evening and weekend duties may be required.

Committees:

Occasionally serve on committees as requested by the Director or Associate Director

Qualifications:

2 years of administrative work experience;

Excellent organizational, written and verbal communication skills;

Knowledge of Microsoft Office such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, Internet Applications, and Enterprise student information systems such as Starfish

Knowledge of Handshake a plus

Application Information:

Please forward resume and cover letter to melissa_faulkner@bloomfield.edu

Position: Clinical Placement Coordinator

Date Posted: September 27, 2021

Department: Academic Affairs

Job Description:

The Frances M. McLaughlin Division of Nursing at Bloomfield College invites candidates to apply for the position of Clinical Placement Coordinator.

Position Summary
The Clinical Placement Coordinator (CPC) assumes a leadership role in establishing partnerships between the Bloomfield College (BC) Division of Nursing (DON) program and affiliated clinical agencies. The CPC is the primary contact for clinical placement and serves as the program’s liaison who is responsible for securing quality clinical placements for nursing students. The CPC collaborates with the DON Chairperson, Nursing Faculty, and the Division Office Coordinator to develop a master clinical calendar; manage the health and safety compliance requirements for clinical placements, coordinate faculty and student orientation to clinical facilities; and manage student or faculty clinical placement concerns. The purpose of this position is to coordinate and plan for a successful clinical experience for all students in the Nursing program. This position is a 12-month position.  Occasional local travel required to other colleges, universities, and clinical agencies.

Qualifications:

Duties and Responsibilities

Clinical Placement Coordination

  1. Use effective communication skills to develop long-term professional and collegial relationships with clinical agency’s staff/administrators.
  2. Maintains open communication with the Academic Affairs office and the college legal advisor (Bloomfield College Attorney /Paralegal department) about new contracts and clinical-related issues.
  3. Communicate via email, phone, and/or in-person with nurse educators and /or placement coordinators in hospitals and clinics to develop clinical placements.
  4. Collaborate with the DON chairperson and faculty to determine the number and type of student placements needed for each program per semester.
  5. Collaborate with affiliated clinical agencies to determine availability of the appropriate learning experiences for students at each clinical agency.
  6. Proactively investigates and searches for new clinical affiliations as needed to fulfill program needs
  7. Travel to clinical sites as needed.
  8. Attends clinical agency meetings to negotiate and secure days and hours for clinical placements.
  9. Completes and submits all necessary paperwork and documentation to clinical agencies for clinical placement in a timely manner according to due dates.
  10. Appropriately address scheduling issues related to students, faculty, and/or adjunct clinical instructors.
  11. Determine the specific facility orientation requirements at each clinical placement and communicate these clinical entry requirements to faculty and student groups in a timely manner.
  12. Collaborate with faculty and clinical agency staff to schedule agency-specific student orientation.

Management of Health Requirements Records for Students and Faculty

  1. Secures and monitors contractual agreements with agencies for students.
  2. Maintains all clinical contracts in either electronic or paper file and ensures they are current.
  3. Obtain the compliance requirements for each agency; communicate these to students and faculty; and document completion of agency-specific requirements.
  4. Coordinate with clinical agency’s staff to ensure students remain in compliance with clinical requirements through the duration of the program.
  5. Provide affiliated clinical agencies all necessary documentation regarding student and faculty requirements (ie, CPR, PPD, background check, malpractice insurance, vaccinations … etc.) 
  6. Communicate with students and faculty on an ongoing basis to ensure that student information remains current.
  7. Release health and requirements record of each student/faculty to affiliated clinical agency as required by the agency.
  8. Resolve all student clinical placement and compliance issues.

Organizational Management

  1. Attends internal/external meetings related to clinical placements.
  2. Facilitate the acquisition and maintenance of clinical affiliation agreements between affiliated clinical agencies and the Division of Nursing (DON) at Bloomfield College (BC).
  3. Ensure that all clinical affiliation agreements are current.
  4. Collaborate with the DON Chairperson and faculty to plan for potential clinical placement sites and initiate communication with appropriate individuals at the prospective clinical agency.
  5. Develop and manage the database for all affiliated clinical agencies to include contract status, contact information, renewal dates, clinical requests, placement confirmation or denial, and clinical compliance requirements.
  6. Manage a clinical faculty database to include contact information, placement confirmation, health clearances, and compliance with agency-specific requirements.
  7. Manage clinical site evaluations and visits associated with approval, accreditation, and regulatory requirements.
  8. Performs other duties appropriate to the position as assigned.
  9. Collaborates with admissions and participates in recruitment activities of the college, including open houses.
  10. Assists Chair with special projects as needed.

Preferred Qualifications:  

Minimum Requirements

  1. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience required.
  2. Minimum 3 years of relevant responsible work experience.
  3. Work in an academic setting is preferred.

Knowledge and Skills:

  1. Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  2. Strong interpersonal and client relationship skills.
  3. Excellent understanding of technology.
  4. Demonstrated success in working with diverse student populations. 
  5. Proficiency with technology, including online portal management, Microsoft Office applications, data base and spread sheet management, and calendaring.
  6. Experience with clinical placements required.

 

Application Information:

Posting Close Date: October 22, 2021.
Application Instructions: Applicants must submit the following documents (PDF format preferred): 1) resume, 2) cover letter, 3) three references with contact information. Application materials should clearly communicate how the applicant meets all required qualifications and additional requirements.

Please submit electronically to: nursing_search@bloomfield.edu

Position: Administrative Assistant

Date Posted: September 24, 2021

Department: Student Affairs

Job Description:

REPORTS TO:

Dean of Student Affairs and Assistant Dean

DEPARTMENT

Student Affairs Office

Basic Function:

The Administrative Assistant is responsible for the planning, coordination and administration of all related Student Affairs projects and division-wide special programs including, but not limited to: Annual

Commencement and Senior BBQ; Student Affairs Banquet; New and Transfer Student/Parent Orientation; and Division Meetings/Retreats; and basic administrative services for the Central Student Affairs Office. The position will also work collaboratively with all areas of the college with special responsibility to address and resolve all student related issued and concerns reported to the Student Affairs Central Office.

Scope of Supervision:

Supervise all student employees, and Grad Assistants and monitor all programs coordinated by Student Affairs Departments/Offices.

Qualifications:

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's Degree Required;
  • Two years of work experience in a higher education setting preferred;
  • Excellent organizational, written and verbal communication skills;  Problem solving ability and creativity;
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Internet Applications and Colleague/Campus Tracking systems.

Responsibilities:

Principle Functional and Administrative Responsibilities:

  • Act as liaison between the SA Office and all other areas of the College;
  • Coordinate appointment schedules, conferences and travel arrangements for the Dean of Student Affairs and Assistant Dean;
  • Handle incoming calls to the Central Student Affairs Office;
  • Prepare minutes for all meetings at which the Dean or Assistant Dean presides;
  • Collaborate with the Deans of Student Affairs to form, write an publish policies which come under the auspices of Student Affairs;
  • Provides clerical support for Deans Offices;
  • Coordinate and develop monthly newsletter/publication for Student Affairs;
  • Assist in collecting information in preparation of the Division of Student Affairs Annual Reports;
  • Attend on/off-campus professional development seminars as requested by the Deans;
  • Attend meetings on behalf of the Dean of Student Affairs and Assistant Dean;  Perform related duties as requested by the Dean or Assistant Dean;
  • Inventory and order all office equipment and supplies;
  • Manage Emergency Loan Program; Student Affair Book Fund; Housing Assistance Fund; Food Pantry;  Collaborate with Accounts Payable, and Purchasing to process all invoices and payment vouchers through ESM;
  • Monitor general Central SA Office budget;
  • Handle other duties as deemed appropriate by the Dean of Students or Assistant Dean.

Committees:

  • Serve on committees as requested by the Dean of Students or Assistant Dean.

Application Information:

Please submit your resume and cover letter to human_resources@bloomfield.edu 

Position: Mentoring Program Coordinator Ad

Date Posted: September 22, 2021

Job Description:

Bloomfield College is seeking a Mentoring Program Coordinator for a grant-funded position through an award from the U.S. Department of Education’s Predominantly Black Institutions (PBI) Grant Program. The timeframe for the position is dependent on the length of the grant, which is expected to continue for five years. The Collegiate Transition Specialist will report to the Director of Center for Academic Advising and Career Education (CAACE). Duties are as follows, but not limited to:

  • Work with Qooper to determine the needs of Bloomfield College and our students and  design and implement a campus-wide mentoring program.
  • Develop program policy and procedures for recruitment and training of mentors and mentees.
  • Assist with the recruitment and matching of mentors and mentees.
  • Make weekly contact with mentors and mentees.
  • Supervise program volunteers and provide assistance to all program participants.
  • Maintain records of attendance and outcomes for mentors and mentees;
  • Organizes initial and ongoing support and training sessions for mentors and mentees;
  • Coordinating all mentoring programs on-campus.
  • Participate in staff development opportunities and follow research in the mentor field.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Director of Center for Academic Advising and Career Education (CAACE).

Qualifications:

Education and Training: Master’s degree in Education or Business Administration or equivalent combination of education and relevant work experience. 

Experience: A minimum of three successful years developing, implementing, and administering mentoring programs. Experience supervising volunteers or other individuals; demonstrated ability to work well with diverse populations.

Other necessary skills and qualifications: Excellent oral and written communication skills as well as excellent interpersonal skills. Must be willing to work as part of a team and possess discretion, sound judgment, and solid decision-making skills. Willing and able to advocate for students and connect them with appropriate resources, strong sense of commitment, and ethics. Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) is required.

This is a 12-month position. Hours: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm, M-F.

 

Application Information:

All applicants must provide electronically (PDF format preferred) a letter of application, curriculum vita or resume, and three references with contact information to Melissa Faulkner at Melissa_faulkner@bloomfield.edu

Application closing date: October 29, 2021

Position: Test Center Proctor- OTWASS

Date Posted: September 22, 2021

Job Description:

REPORTS TO: Testing Coordinator
DEPARTMENT: O.T.W.A.S.S. (Office of Tutoring, Writing and Academic Support Services)
DIVISION: Academic Affairs

Basic Function: Part-time test proctor will assist the Testing Coordinator in the administration
of various computerized exams at the Test Center.
Test Proctor Responsibilities:
• Sets up testing room
o distributes any examination materials
o Sets up testing software
• Greets candidates as they enter, confirms accuracy of exam information and proper
required forms/identification on them
• Assist candidates in locking up their personal belongings and items not allowed in the
testing room.
• Checks candidates’ identification
• Reads standard instructions to candidates
• Monitors test room during the administration of exams. Reports any rule violations
and/or unusual occurrences during the exam.
• Notify appropriate personnel when malfunctions occur.
• Collects, checks, and counts examination materials. Candidates are not allowed to
remove any testing materials from the room.

Qualifications:

Ability to
• Exercise judgement and discretion
• Keep information confidential
• Give clear and concise instructions
• Be courteous while enforcing examination rules and procedures
• Learn general and specialized computer software applications
• Knows basic features of computer equipment and applications. Will need to troubleshoot
basic computer issues.

Must be over 21. Can not be a current college student to proctor CLEP.

Application Information:

Please submit your resume and cover letter to the Testing Coordinator at test_center@bloomfield.edu

Position: Proctor-Office for Students with Disabilities

Date Posted: September 16, 2021

Department: CSS/Office for Students with Disabilities

Job Description:

Organization Information

Name: Office for Students with Disabilities at Bloomfield College

Location: Center for Student Success, Room 103

Website: https://www.bloomfield.edu/academics/academic-centers/special-programs/disabilities

Company Profile: Services for Students with Disabilities

Contact: Margaret Adams, Coordinator

Qualifications:
  • High school diploma required
  • Speak, read, and write in English
  • Ability to follow complex verbal and written directions

Responsibilities:

Job Information

Location: Bloomfield, NJ

Work Schedule: flexible; per diem/per event

Wage Salary: $15/hour

Description:

Overall Responsibilities:

  • Arrive at testing location (OSD) 15 minutes prior to the official start time of the test.
  • Supervise the testing of OSD students individually or in small groups.
  • Set up the student prior to their exam (belongings get locked away) and administer the exam according to specific instructions which meet the needs of each student.
  • Monitor students closely for the duration of testing to account for cheating, never leaving the student alone.
  • Some students may require test instructions to be read aloud and for proctors to scribe for them.*
  • After testing ends, proctors will need to make a copy of the exam and return all testing materials and proctoring sheets to their folder to ensure confidentiality.

Application Information:

To Apply: Send resume to  OSD@bloomfield.edu

Position: Account Receivable Advisor-Collection Rep

Date Posted: September 16, 2021

Department: Student Financial Services/Student Accounts Receivable

Job Description:

Bloomfield College, a 152-year old college of 1500 plus students is committed to preparing students to attain academic, personal and professional excellence in a multicultural and global society.

Summary

The position reports to the Director of Student Accounts and is responsible for accurate and timely collection of student payments, responsible for reaching out to students to resolve all debt issues; this includes outreach to resolve financial aid matters and collection of current and past due payments, as well as providing excellent customer service and support to students and families.  The position requires experience with account receivable and areas related to debt management, accounting, and compliance in billing and collection practices.

Qualifications:

Qualifications

An ideal candidate will have at least 2 years of experience in working with student account receivables.   Must be highly organized, know how to prioritize workflow, and excellent customer service skills.  Experience with Ellucian/Colleague is preferred.

Essential Functions

• Collect payments on current and past due Accounts Receivable (A/R) via phone calls, letters, email.

• Inform students of overdue accounts, amount currently owed, and attention needed to financial aid matters; establish and maintain payment plans

• Reporting to management on all aspects of Accounts Receivable (aged trial balance, categorization, etc)

• Assist former students in resolving financial issues and, when possible, their return to Bloomfield College.

• Determine accounts to be written off as a bad debt and sent to a collection agency for further action. Work with collection agencies on written off accounts.

Responsibilities:

Responsibilities

  • Provide comprehensive customer service to all students and their families by phone, in person and through email correspondence
    • Account Balances
    • Review and explain documents needed for financial aid
    • Explain the status of financial aid awards, expected disbursement dates and remaining balance due on a student account
    • Generate monthly billing statements
  • Maintain the college system of student accounts that records charges, credits, and amounts due on the accounts
  • In a timely manner, review and accurately process all payments to student accounts, which includes under-graduate, graduate, non-credit programs; Institutional Advancement Donor Reports; as well miscellaneous general ledger accounts. Process payments received via payment plans, online through Touch Net, in person, and wires. 
  • Recommend and participate in the development of college policies and procedures as it relatesto all areas of accounts receivable, cash receipts and collections
  • Distribute on campus parking tags
  • Perform miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned
  • Evening and Weekend hours as needed

Application Information:

Please email a cover letter, resume and list of three (3) professional references (PDF format preferred) to collectionresume@bloomfield.edu by October 1, 2021

Position: Program Associate

Date Posted: August 26, 2021

Department: CSS/Office for Students with Disabilities

Qualifications:

 Minimum high school diploma + two years of post-secondary education. Bachelor’s Degree preferred, or an equivalent combination of education and/or experience that demonstrates knowledge and understanding of office administration, management, organization, coordination, facilitation. A strong interest in Special Education or Counseling preferred. Candidate should possess excellent organizational skills, communication & interpersonal skills, computer literacy, which includes a strong working knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Microsoft Publisher, Blackboard, as well as the ability to learn other computer applications and assistive technology as needed. Strong sense of ethics and integrity, particularly with respect to confidentiality and legal matters. Also requires the ability to manage multiple priorities, be objective, think logically, and make rational decisions and implement them efficiently and effectively. The position requires a self- reliant, detailed, focused, and independent thinker, with a high degree of self-motivation and the ability to work in a fast-paced environment.

Responsibilities:

Principle Function and Responsibilities:

· Acts as a receptionist and point of contact for OSD;

· Supports the Coordinator with scheduling appointments and exam proctoring;

· Supports the Coordinator with maintaining and tracking data regarding student clients and student employees;

· Assists with proctoring of exams and coordinating of note-taking services;

· Coordinate student adaptive text requests, including assigning scanning to student workers;

· Processes contracts for all OSD part-time employees;

· Maintains an organized filing system for all OSD files and forms; Organizes reception area;

· Assists with maintenance and orders of office equipment and supplies for OSD office;

· Schedules appointments and maintains calendars of all CITEL staff; schedule rooms as needed for proctoring;

· Types and files, vouchers, purchase orders, and expense forms for OSD; Processes purchase orders, payments, billing for OSD;

· Assists with processing part-time timesheets for payroll;

· Assists with the maintenance of confidential files, and exams, including the secure pick-up and delivery of exams;

· Maintaining the note taking service on Blackboard;

· Assist with the recruitment and training of note-takers and proctors;

· Attends and represents OSD at various campus wide events;

· Administers all other clerical duties pertaining to the OSD office, which includes answering phones, responding to emails, routing incoming calls, receiving and distributing mail, assisting with updating Facebook, Twitter and other social media and typing correspondences and meeting notes as necessary; 

· Fulfills all other duties as deemed necessary by the Coordinator of OSD.

Application Information:

Resumes should be sent to osd@bloomfield.edu

Position: Personal Counselor

Date Posted: August 23, 2021

Department: Student Affairs

Job Description:

REPORTS TO:                                     Dean of Students

DIVISION:                                            Student Affairs

DEPARTMENT:                                  The Wellness Center – Office of Personal Counseling

 

Qualifications:

Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in counseling or related field,
  • NJ License as an LPC, LCSW or Psychologist
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience providing mental health counseling, education, crisis intervention and consultation services.
  • Preferred Qualifications: Experience providing mental health counseling, education and treatment to college students. 
  • Candidate should possess and demonstrate ability to work with diverse constituencies.  Excellent communication skills are essential, along with high level of organization, leadership and interpersonal skills and the ability to manage multiple priorities.

Responsibilities:

General Responsibilities:

Under administrative leadership, it is the responsibility of the personal counselor to participate in the planning, development, implementation and evaluation of mental health counseling services and student development that will result in educational and personal enhancement of Bloomfield College students.  In collaboration with Health Services, the Chaplain’s office and other campus departments, the Personal Counselor will support advancement of the visions, missions and values of Bloomfield College, The Wellness Center and the Office of Personal Counseling.

Primary Functional Responsibilities:

  • Provide mental health counseling, education and referral services;
  • Coordinate and implement campus-wide prevention/educational programming pertaining to signs of emotional distress and early identification of “at risk” students;
  • Conduct individual and group counseling sessions;
  • Provide outreach to “at risks” student populations, as needed;
  • Serve as consultant to faculty and staff regarding students of concern;
  • In emergency situations, work with other professionals to evaluate students and refer to appropriate resources, as needed;
  • Assist in coordination of Wellness Center Initiatives, including but not limited to First Year Student Orientation, First Year Seminar Courses, class visits and various workshops/presentations;
  • Report to the Director of Personal Counseling managing assigned tasks, as needed;
  • Provide other services based on areas of expertise and needs that may arise at various times during the academic year;
  • Collaborate with Residential Education and Housing and Student Affairs Central Office identifying areas of concern, current trends in student health needs and providing appropriate gatekeeper training;

Administrative:

  • Report to the Director of Personal Counseling and meet weekly for clinical supervision
  • Participate in staff meetings and briefings
  • Maintain confidential records of student contacts
  • Submit weekly report on student cases and prevention/education efforts

Committees:

  • Serve as a member of the Wellness Canter and participate in campus-wide functions (i.e. First Year Student Orientation Session, A.D.E.P.T. Alcohol, Drug, Education, Prevention and Training etc.)
  • Other committees as required by the Vice President and/or Associate Dean of Student Affairs and/or Director of Personal Counseling

Other:

  • Maintain regular office hours and participate in programming during evening and/or weekend as needed.
  • Attend appropriate webinars, workshops, conferences and related off-campus activities to assist in role as Personal Counselor
  • Assist in the operation of the Student Affairs area

 

Application Information:

Please send a cover letter, resume and three references via email to saffairs@bloomfield.edu

Position: Part-Time Professional Tutor: Accounting/Biology/Business/Chemistry/Economics/ Sociology/Psychology/Statistics

Date Posted: August 12, 2021

Department: Office of Tutoring, Writing and Academic Support Services

Job Description:

Office of Tutoring, Writing, and Academic Support Services (OTWASS) at Bloomfield College is seeking part-time tutors to offer academic support to BC students.

Summary

Provides academic tutoring services to a wide variety of individuals and groups. Creates and implements tutorial programs that guide and assist students with homework, problem-solving, report writing, and test preparation.

Qualifications:

Minimum Job Requirements

One year of full-time college; at least 1 year of experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified.

Completed degree(s) from an accredited institution that is above the minimum education requirement may be substituted for experience on a year for year basis.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required

  • Ability to effectively manage time and schedules.

  • Records maintenance skills.

  • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.

  • Knowledge of test administration techniques and procedures.

  • Ability to maintain the confidentiality of records and information.

  • Basic data entry and/or word processing skills.

  • Organizing and coordinating skills.

  • Knowledge of tutorial/learning materials and instructional aids.

  • Knowledge of peer counseling/tutoring processes and methods.

  • Skill in preparing instructional aids and plans.

Distinguishing Characteristics

Position requires: 

  • Basic individual and/or group coaching, guidance, and assistance to students in the review of course material, solving of problems, and preparation for tests and examinations

  • Research and selection of learning materials and applications

  • Maintenance of confidential files and records.

Conditions of Employment

This is a temporary position subject to the terms and conditions of the Bloomfield College Contract Agreement.

Working Conditions and Physical Effort

  • In accordance with recently updated CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) recommendations, the College will require all individuals to wear masks indoors on campus, regardless of vaccination status, beginning Thursday, August 5.

  • Light physical effort. Requires handling of average-weight objects up to 10 pounds or some standing or walking. Effort applies to no more than two (2) hours per day.

  • No or very limited exposure to physical risk.

  • Work is normally performed in a typical interior/office work environment

 

Responsibilities:

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Tutors students individually or in scheduled group study sessions to review principles, solve problems, and review for tests.

  • Administers testing instruments and writes individual tutoring plans upon review of textbooks; refers students to other agencies as appropriate.

  • Maintains and updates confidential files and records, ensuring that ethical and legal guidelines are maintained.

  • Researches and selects learning materials, textbooks, software, and equipment to facilitate tutoring; may design specific handouts, study, and related materials.

  • Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.

Application Information:

Please send a brief cover letter and resume via email to: citel_jobs@bloomfield.edu. No phone calls or hard copy submissions, please.  

Position: Graduate Assistant/Academic Support Coach

Date Posted: June 12, 2021

Department: Office of Tutoring, Writing and Academic Support Services

Responsibilities:
  • Implementation of Life Management Plans
  • Work one-on-one with vulnerable students
  • Establish rapport with students and learn their individual stories, needs and interests
  • Help students identify barriers to success
  • Implement person-centered, life management plans for students
  • Use positive communication strategies to motivate students to reach their goals
  • Use a variety of strategies to assist students in dealing effectively with and understanding their own challenges and how they can make changes in order to meet their goals
  • Teach students how to advocate for themselves (with faculty etc.) Collaboration and Participation
  • Meet regularly with ASC team to collaborate about life management time, student updates, and other important information
  • Meet and collaborate as needed about specific student progress
  • Communicate regularly with the Assistant Director of OTWASS to plan feedback in order to ensure quality, effective planning Data Collection
  • Monitor, evaluate and collect data on student progress and targeted skills
  • Record data consistently and accurately according to specific guidelines

Application Information:

B.A. is required working towards a M.A. in Higher Education Leadership, Educational Technology, Social Work or Education is desirable. Must have experience with veterans, adult students, a diverse student population, be conversant with education-related technologies, and be a team player with capacity for innovation.

 

Please send a brief cover letter and resume via email to citel_jobs@bloomfield.edu. No phone calls or hard copy submissions, please.

Position: Part-Time, Temporary Position at Help Desk

Date Posted: June 5, 2021

Department: Information Technology

Job Description:

Position will serve as the primary level of technical support and provide troubleshooting services to end-users. While demonstrating excellent customer service skills, being able to resolve service requests via telephone, email, and in person.

Qualifications:
  • High School diploma and/or equivalent work experience in a Help Desk or IT role.
  • Strong organizational and problem recognition skills.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and knowledge of IT Management software
  • (TrackIT, Magic Service Desk, Remedy, etc) is desirable.
  • Proficient written and verbal communication skills.
  • Flexibility to work with rotating schedules.

Responsibilities:
  • First Level Support: provide general information, account creation, and database maintenance.
  • Analyze and resolve problems and technical issues.
  • Troubleshoot, document, and track pertinent data into IT management software for departmental resources.
  • Delegate appropriate requests to IT personnel in a timely fashion.
  • Proper allocation and escalation of technical requests.
  • Research issues that cannot be resolved on a first level.
  • Serve as support liaison between end-users and IT personnel.
  • Assist with administrative duties, event coordination, and project planning.

Application Information:

Please send inquiries and resumes to: ResumesIT@Bloomfield.edu.

Position: Part-Time Test Prep Instructor: Praxis Core/ Praxis II Early Childhood & Elementary

Date Posted: June 4, 2021

Department: Office of Tutoring, Writing and Academic Support Services

Job Description:

The Office of Tutoring, Writing & Academic Support Services (OTWASS) at Bloomfield College is seeking part-time Test Prep instructors. Instructors need to be available for evening and Saturday hours with the ability to work remotely or in-person.

Candidates must have strong academic skills in either quantitative or verbal areas.

Preferred majors/degrees include Mathematics, Math Education, Statistics, English, English Education, Literature, and/or History, and Science.

Qualifications:
  • Minimum M.A./M.S. degree required.
  • Teaching, tutoring, or mentoring experience preferred.
  • Knows how to make workshops interactive and engaging.
  • Strong collaborative and interpersonal skills.
  • Knowledge of email and Microsoft Word.
  • Respectful of visitors’ knowledge, ideas, and needs.
  • Reliable, professional, and prompt.
  • Must have reliable transportation.
  • Must be able to commit to all workshop dates

Praxis II Elementary (5001) instructor must be able to teach all-subjects on the exam (i.e. English, mathematics, social studies, and science at the elementary level.

Praxis Early Childhood (5025) instructors must be able to teach content knowledge in math, English, civics, geography, physical education, and creative arts. Instructors must also be able to explain early childhood development and teaching concepts and theories.

All candidates will have to take and pass a practice exam in the content they wish to teach.

Application Information:

Please send a brief cover letter and resume via email to: citel_jobs@bloomfield.edu. No phone calls or hard copy submissions, please.

Position: Praxis Core Adjunct Instructor (2 Positions) – Praxis Core Verbal & Praxis Core Math

Date Posted: June 3, 2021

Department: Office of Tutoring, Writing and Academic Support Services

Job Description:

The Office of Tutoring, Writing, and Academic Support Services(OTWASS) at Bloomfield College offers test preparation in various subjects. This year OTWASS is hosting a Winter Praxis Bootcamp. 80 hours of intense Praxis content review and test-taking skills through virtual instruction. The dates of the pilot Bootcamp will run on the following days December 21,22, 28,29,30/ January 4-8th, 11, 12, 13 for a total of 80 hours for a cohort of 15 students.

Candidates must have strong academic skills in either quantitative or verbal areas. Must be familiar with the Praxis Core and in teaching test-taking strategies.

Preferred majors/degrees include: Mathematics, Math Education, Statistics, English, English Education, Literature, and/or History (Mathematics and Science Majors preferred).

Qualifications:
  • Minimum M.A./M.S. degree required.
  • Teaching, tutoring or mentoring experience preferred.
  • Knows how to make workshops interactive and engaging.
  • Strong collaborative and interpersonal skills.
  • Knowledge of email and Microsoft Word, Blackboard and/or Google Classroom, Google Meet, and Zoom
  • Respectful of visitors’ knowledge, ideas, and needs.
  • Reliable, professional, and prompt.
  • Must be able to commit to all workshop dates

All candidates will have to take and pass a practice exam in the content they wish to teach.

Application Information:

Please send a brief cover letter and resume via email to citel_jobs@bloomfield.edu. No phone calls or hard copy submissions, please.

Position: Part-Time Test Prep Instructor

Date Posted: June 2, 2021

Department: Office of Tutoring, Writing and Academic Support Services

Job Description:

Praxis Core/ Praxis II Early Childhood & Elementary/ GRE & GMAT

The Office of Tutoring, Writing, and Academic Support Services (OTWASS) at Bloomfield College is seeking part-time Test Prep instructors. Instructors need to be available for evening and Saturday hours.

Candidates must have strong academic skills in either quantitative or verbal areas.

Preferred majors/degrees include: Mathematics, Math Education, Statistics, English, English Education, Literature, and/or History (Mathematics and Science Majors preferred)

Qualifications:
  • Minimum M.A./M.S. degree required.
  • Teaching, tutoring or mentoring experience preferred.
  • Knows how to make workshops interactive and engaging.
  • Strong collaborative and interpersonal skills.
  • Knowledge of email and Microsoft Word.
  • Respectful of visitors’ knowledge, ideas, and needs.
  • Reliable, professional, and prompt.
  • Must have reliable transportation.
  • Must be able to commit to all workshop dates
  • All candidates will have to take and pass a practice exam in the content they wish to teach.

Application Information:

Please send a brief cover letter and resume via email to citel_jobs@bloomfield.edu. No phone calls or hard copy submissions, please.

Position: Intern Academic Support Coach

Date Posted: June 1, 2021

Department: Office of Tutoring, Writing and Academic Support Services

Job Description:

The Office of Tutoring, Writing, and Academic Support Services (OTWASS) at Bloomfield College is a student-oriented, academic support center with the mission of educating, coaching, and empowering our students to achieve their academic goals. OTWASS works collaboratively with faculty and staff to help students become independent scholars. OTWASS services include a Tutoring Center and Writing Center, Testing and Test Preparation, Academic Support Counseling, Graduate Preparation, a Group Study Hub, and the Office of Adult Education. Intern Academic Support Coach.

Qualifications:

Working towards an M.A. in Higher Education Leadership, Educational Technology, or Education is desirable. Must have experience with veterans, adult students, a diverse student population, be conversant with education-related technologies, and be a team player with capacity for innovation.

Responsibilities:
Implementation of Life Management Plans:
  • Work one-on-one with vulnerable students
  • Establish rapport with students and learn their individual stories, needs, and interests
  • Help students identify barriers to success
  • Implement person-centered, life management plans for students
  • Use positive communication strategies to motivate students to reach their goals
  • Use a variety of strategies to assist students in dealing effectively with and understanding their own challenges and how they can make changes in order to meet their goals
  • Teach students how to advocate for themselves (with faculty etc.)
Collaboration and Participation:
  • Meet regularly with the ASC team to collaborate about life management time, student updates, and other important information
  • Meet and collaborate as needed about specific student progress
  • Communicate regularly with the Director of CITEL to plan feedback in order to ensure quality, effective planning
Data Collection:
  • Monitor, evaluate and collect data on student progress and targeted skills
  • Record data consistently and accurately according to specific guidelines

Application Information:

Please send a cover letter, resume and three references via email to citel_jobs@bloomfield.edu. No phone calls or hard copy submissions, please.

© Bloomfield College 467 Franklin St. Bloomfield, NJ 07003 973-748-9000