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*** This is a part-time position ***. Reporting to the Chair of the Department of Counseling and Educational Leadership, the part-time Program Administrator for the Online Educational Leadership Program is responsible for the quality of delivery of the online program. The Administrator reviews applications, supports students’ progress through graduation from the program, provides field experience and career guidance, and supports retention of students by ensuring their success in online learning. He or she works closely with the Graduate Program Coordinator (GPC) and Clinical Specialist for the M.A. program in Educational Leadership to ensure consistency and continuity for the online program in relation to other program pathways. The Administrator is evaluated by the department chair in collaboration with the program GPC and Clinical Specialist.
Montclair State University
Building on a distinguished 106-year history, Montclair State University is proud to be a leading institution of higher education in New Jersey. The University’s six colleges and schools serve over 20,000 undergraduate and graduate students in more than 300 doctoral, master's, and baccalaureate level programs. Situated on a beautiful, 250-acre suburban campus just 14 miles from New York City, Montclair State delivers the instructional and research resources of a large public university in a supportive, sophisticated and diverse academic environment.
Building on a distinguished 105-year history, Montclair State University is proud to be a leading institution of higher education in New Jersey. The university’s six colleges and schools serve more than 19,000 undergraduate and graduate students in 300 majors, minors, concentrations and certificate programs. Situated on a beautiful, 250-acre suburban campus just 14 miles from New York City, Montclair State combines the instructional and research resources of a large public university in a dynamic, sophisticated, and diverse academic environment.
Montclair State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action institution with a strong commitment to diversity. Additional information can be found on the MSU website at www.montclair.edu.
The Data Processing Programmer I is responsible for developing programs, command procedures, and scripts to enhance the functionality and manageability of supported systems; consulting with the Director, Applications Management to perform and/or assist the technical support staff in the installation and deployment of applications according to baseline security measures and appropriate operation and functionality practices; evaluating program goals, operations and performance as required; developing and implementing alternative procedures to improve performance and meet program objectives.
Montclair State University seeks new leadership for the next generation of its College of Science and Mathematics. Under the previous Dean the College has emerged as a major contributor to the University’s recent designation by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education as a research doctoral institution and by the state of New Jersey as one of four Public Research Universities. As a member of the University’s senior academic team, the Dean of the College of Science and Mathematics will lead this dynamic College into full national recognition of its quality and achievements. The College currently offers BS, MS, and Ph.D. degrees across five departmental disciplines and one school: Biology and Molecular Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Computer Science, Earth and Environmental Studies, Mathematical Sciences and Physics, and the New Jersey School of Conservation. With the Manhattan skyline as backdrop, more than 3,000 students study and conduct research under the leadership of the Dean, in company of more than 150 committed faculty and staff of the College, including Early Career Scholars, members of the LIGO team and researchers from industry. Within CSAM reside the The Margaret and Herman Sokol Institute for Pharmaceutical Life Sciences, The Passaic River Institute, The PSEG Institute for Sustainability Studies, TheMicroscopy & Microanalysis Research Laboratory, The Red Hawk Math Learning Center, and the Bristol-Myers Squibb Center for Science Teaching and Learning. The Dean hosts an active Advisory Council of the College which includes leaders of energy, engineering and Pharma companies, software startups, sustainability NGO officers and STEM consultants. Faculty sustain active research partnerships with colleagues in universities across the nation and internationally.
The Dean of the College of Science and Mathematics will direct the engagement of students and faculty in state of the art facilities, including the recently opened $55 million Center for Environmental and Life Sciences (CELS), housing chemistry and environmental sciences labs, and the renovated Mallory Hall, where expanded Computer Science and Math Education labs will be relocated in summer 2018. The Dean will interact with Deans of the other Colleges and Schools in promotion of common purposes and in cultivation of inter- and multi-disciplinary programs and research: the College of the Arts (containing the School of Communication and Media and the Cali School of Music), the College of Education and Human Services, the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, the School of Nursing, the Feliciano School of Business and The Graduate School. The growth of the College’s endowment funds and externally funded research from federal, state, local, and foundation sources will be under the purview of the Dean who will expand that portfolio to encompass partnerships with agencies, businesses, and individuals who appreciate and rely on insights garnered from scientific research. The Dean will lead in developing a new strategic plan for the College, as Montclair State works through its current University-wide strategic planning process.
Building on a distinguished 107-year history, Montclair State University is proud to be a leading institution of higher education in New Jersey. The University’s eight colleges and schools serve over 20,000 undergraduate and graduate students in more than 300 doctoral, master's, and baccalaureate level programs. The University is currently enjoying a period of very significant growth in enrollment, academic programs, capital assets, and reputation. Situated on a beautiful, 250-acre suburban campus just 14 miles from New York City, Montclair State delivers the instructional and research resources of a large public university in a supportive, sophisticated and diverse academic environment.
Montclair State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action institution with a strong commitment to diversity. Additional information can be found on the MSU website at www.montclair.edu
The Director, Corporate and Foundation Relations, organizes, plans and executes the University’s fundraising program to secure philanthropic support from corporations and foundations. Reporting to the Associate Vice President for Development, and working closely with administrative and academic leadership, the Director oversees the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of corporate and foundation donors, and initiates, strengthens and manages strategic relationships with these philanthropic partners.
Under the direction of the Senior Assistant Director for Operations & Transfer Services, this position recruits prospective freshman and transfer students and evaluates transfer credits/credentials upon students’ admission to Montclair State University. This position requires a work schedule consisting of evenings, weekends, and overtime during peak periods of operation.
Reporting to the Director of BMO the IT/AV Engineer is a hybrid role that involves IT knowledge and select AV expertise required to support the academic programs, research and administrative needs of the college and to maintain a strategic commitment to infuse technology, wherever appropriate, into the teaching, learning and administrative processes at Montclair State University. This position will be proactively involved with standard and secure image creation for Mac and Windows computers based on industry standards along with Crestron AV components. Additionally, it will support the College’s computer laboratories and specialized production and performance locations.
*** This position is located in Branchville, NJ 07826 ***
The mission of Montclair State University's School of Conservation is to gather knowledge of Earth systems through research and to communicate this knowledge through education. Our goal is to contribute to the resolution of environmental problems by cultivating environmentally responsible behaviors that will encourage scientists, teachers, students and citizens to promote sustainable practices in their communities.
- The specific goals of the Administrative Unit of the NJ School of Conservation are:
- To ensure compliance with policy and procedure.
- To provide excellent customer service and administrative support for clients, visitors, staff, managers, and officers.
- To facilitate communication of information between NJ School of Conservation and outside departments, agencies, vendors, and clients, as requested or required.
- To maintain essential files, records, and documentation.
Montclair State University has an immediate need for a talented Policies Writer with demonstrable experience writing Finance and Procurement policies. This is expected to be a 2 to 4 month contract with possible extensions and is located in Montclair, NJ.
The Policy Writer will have experience as a technical writer working with compliance documents, making policy changes, creating documents and document standards, editing existing documents, and is an expert in editing software.
The Program Associate aids in the overall office management and provides support for departmental activities including: database development and management, planning and scheduling meetings, preparing correspondences and reports, processing on-line requisitions, interacting effectively with internal and external constituents, uploading and managing records of students disciplinary sanctions, managing the administrative tasks associated with the course exception withdrawal and medical withdrawal processes, maintaining office equipment, and performing basic professional functions using established policies, procedures, precedents and guidelines; does related work as required.
*** This position is located in Branchville, NJ 07826 ***
Montclair State University’s field station, the New Jersey School of Conservation, is looking for a highly motivated research scientist to conduct biological research, mentor graduate students working on their MS in biology and teach within a highly successful residential Environmental Education program aimed at middle school students.
Under the direction of the Executive Director of Advancement Services, the Associate Director – Advancement Services, Reporting and Analytics will assume a major role in supporting the management of University constituents/alumni through the development and analysis of reporting to assist in the fund raising efforts of the University Advancement Division. The Associate Director – Advancement Services, Reporting and Analytics will run a wide variety of system driven and custom reports, will assist with data entry, queries, exports, data manipulation, and will perform other duties as assigned.
Under the direction of the Vice President for Finance and Treasurer (VPFT), responsible for all phases of Montclair State University’s procurement process and financial administration involving capital projects (new construction, building renovation projects, and related fit-outs); and goods and services that support ongoing facilities maintenance, repairs and operations (MRO). Montclair State University is a public research university, with $400 million of annual expenses and $1.2 billion in assets.
Working in partnership with the University Facilities and other departments, the Director assists in the design of specification documents, organizes the related procurement planning and administration documents (such as requests for proposals, contracts, change orders, and applications for payment), and ensures the integrity of the procurement and financial aspects of capital projects from inception to completion. As a member of the VPFT senior team, the Director participates in the development and implementation of college and/or division-wide policies and procedures, helps introduce or adapt to new technologies, trains departmental and other staff on existing or new processes, and applies an analytical perspective to the capital procurement system.
The Director, Enterprise Data Services will manage a team of Database Administrators and Report Developers responsible for the planning, design, implementation and ongoing support for the University’s enterprise data resources. He/she will serve as the University’s main point of contact for data and reporting requirements.
This position provides leadership in the development and implementation of programs that support and promulgate a diverse and inclusive campus culture.
This position collaborates with administrative and academic units to promote recruitment, retention and success of a diverse employee community and is responsible for helping to ensure diversity, monitoring and coordinating compliance with federal, state, and college affirmative action and equal employment opportunity laws, policies, regulations, and guidelines.
The University Galleries seeks an innovative, entrepreneurial, and visionary leader capable of elevating an already well respected enterprise into a recognized leader in its field. The new director will be broadly knowledgeable in art with a sophisticated understanding of issues and opportunities associated with contemporary cultural organizations. S/he will be expected to articulate a compelling vision for the integration of exhibition, education, and engagement, one that positions the galleries as an essential component of the intellectual life of the university, a rich resource for the surrounding community, and a willing partner for cultural institutions throughout the region.
Under the direct supervision of the Vice Dean for School of Business, the SBUS Coordinator of Accreditation and Quality is responsible for performing a variety of duties related to maintaining AACSB accreditation. The Coordinator will support the SBUS senior management team in evaluating progress on strategic goals including data collection, analysis, reporting, and policy recommendations. The Coordinator will work to submit required AACSB reports, applications, and surveys, and analyze current operations to identify gaps between operations and accreditation standards for strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. The Coordinator will collect data and maintain records of institutional effectiveness, assessment and accreditation activities in support of continuous improvement and enhancement of institutional performance and student learning outcomes.
The Coordinator must be organized, possess a solid attention to detail, and have strong analytical skills including the ability to manage, organize, and interpret data. Along with strong communication skills, the coordinator must be comfortable working independently and within a team environment and possess the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
The Report Developer will be responsible for the full development life cycle with Cognos reporting including gathering and documenting reporting requirements, analysis, design, development, implementation and support of mission-critical reports, dashboards.