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Current Openings within the Academy, General Church, & Bryn Athyn College

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Current employment opportunities at the Academy of the New Church Secondary Schools are available by visiting here.

Posted 8-13-2019

 

 Head Women’s Basketball Coach

 

Reporting to the Director of Athletics, the Head Women’s Basketball Coach (HWBBC) is responsible for supervising, coordinating and managing all aspects of the women’s intercollegiate basketball team. The HWBBC will also serve as the department compliance officer, be responsible for other administrative duties to help effectively run the athletic department, and supervise all assistant women’s basketball coaches. This is a full-time, benefit eligible position.

 

The HWBBC is expected to support and enhance Bryn Athyn College (BAC) Athletics, and build a program that fosters commitment, sportsmanship, and charity. BAC is a NCAA Division III member, as well as a full member in the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC).

 

Duties and responsibilities include:

  • Knowledge and passion for the sport of basketball
  • Ability to lead, motivate and communicate with student athletes
  • Commitment and dedication to academic success
  • Strong organizational and developmental skills
  • Ability to work with a diverse population
  • Ability to conduct practices and manage game strategy
  • Organize recruiting materials and identify potential prospects
  • Develop recruiting strategy and maintain contact with recruits
  • Develop a conditioning program along with practices
  • Collaborate with the Director of Athletics to organize and administer team equipment purchases and distribution/collection
  • Meet with players during the season and conduct post season interviews
  • Maintain accurate record keeping and transparency within the program
  • Knowledge of NCAA Division III and CSAC rules and regulations
  • Serve as compliance officer for 13 NCAA Division III varsity sports
  • Game-day management for assigned varsity sports
  • Assistance with equipment ordering for all field sports
  • Additional duties as assigned and reassessed by the Director of Athletics

 

Criteria & Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Previous coaching experience in a NCAA school
  • Demonstrated successful record as a coach
  • Demonstrated success in recruiting student-athletes
  • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written
  • NCAA compliance experience
  • 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 including travel
  • Valid driver’s license and access to personal vehicle required

 

Application Instructions:  Submit letter of interest, resume, and list of three professional references to college.jobs@brynathyn.edu by 8/22/19

 

Posted 8-2-2019

 

Director of Financial Aid

 

 

Position Summary

The Financial Aid Director (FAD) is responsible for the management and administration of student Financial Aid and its functions, including needs analysis, verification, loan processing and satisfactory academic progress monitoring, preparation of federal and state reports, maintenance of Federal fund budgetary controls and regulatory compliance, and the delivery of funds and services to students. The director maintains compliance with all federal, state and local regulations governing student aid programs. The position performs duties in support of the College’s mission, vision and strategic plan.

 

Specific Responsibilities & Essential Functions

The FAD’s responsibilities are as follows:

  • Manages all financial aid processes for awarding student loans, grants, and scholarship packages; administers financial aid, scholarships and student employment programs that support student recruitment and retention.
  • Develops student costs of attendance (individual student budgets) including tuition, books, fees, room and board etc.
  • Performs need analysis and develops individual student aid packages including monitoring college work-study expenditures and students’ satisfactory academic progress.
  • Reconciles student receivable accounts with the bursar/business office and federal and state disbursement records.
  • Interprets and applies federal laws and regulations; college policies and regulations; and state regulations relating to the delivery of student financial assistance.
  • Develops institutional financial aid policies and procedures in accordance with applicable federal and state regulations to support college goals and objectives;
  • Maintains college’s financial aid data to assure timely and accurate submission of required NCAA, federal, state and local reports and calculates refunds/repayments for students who withdraw from school.
  • Develops and directs financial aid strategies within the framework of federal and state regulations that are consistent with the enrollment management objectives of the college.
  • Supervises the Financial Aid Assistant and counsels prospective and current students regarding financial aid. 
  • Performs job related duties as assigned.

 

Direct Reports

The FAD supervises and manages the professional development and performance evaluations of the Assistant Financial Aid Director and any/all Financial Aid support staff.

 

Criteria & Qualifications

A bachelor's degree in business, finance or a related field is required.  A relevant master’s degree is preferred. Applicant must have 3 years minimum experience in related field with a broad knowledge of federal/state financial aid programs and recordkeeping requirements and working knowledge of higher education processes and needs analysis. A comprehensive knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles is required as is an understanding of current best practices and standards of financial aid student billing in higher education. Applicant must possess exceptional interpersonal/customer-service skills, strong written and verbal communication skills, and a comprehensive knowledge of MS Office products, specifically, MS Excel. Strong working knowledge of aid related systems such as faaacess, Edconnect, Edexpress and PHEAA are necessary. Experience working with VA benefits is helpful but not required.

 

Application Instructions

Qualified candidates are invited to submit a letter of interest, resume, and list of three professional references to college.jobs@brynathyn.edu by 8/17/19.   

 

 

Posted 7-23-2019

 

Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach 

 

Reporting to the Director of Athletics, the Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach (HMLC) is responsible for supervising, coordinating, and managing all aspects of the men’s intercollegiate lacrosse team. The HMLC is also responsible for other administrative duties to help effectively run the athletic department. This is a full-time, exempt, benefit-eligible position reporting to the Director of Athletics and supervising the Asst Lacrosse Coaches.

 

The HMLC is expected to support and enhance the focus of BAC Athletics to build a program that fosters commitment, sportsmanship, and charity. BAC is a NCAA Division III member and a full member in the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC).

 

Duties and responsibilities:

  • Knowledge of and passion for the sport of lacrosse
  • Ability to lead, motivate and communicate with student athletes
  • Commitment and dedication to academic success
  • Strong organizational and developmental skills
  • Ability to work with a diverse population
  • Ability to conduct on practices and manage game strategy
  • Organize recruiting materials and identify potential prospects
  • Develop recruiting strategy and maintain contact with recruits
  • Develop a conditioning program along with practices
  • Collaborate with the Director of Athletics to organize and administer team equipment purchases and distribution/collection
  • Meet with players during the season and conduct post season interviews
  • Maintain accurate record keeping and transparency within the program
  • Knowledge of NCAA Division III and CSAC rules and regulations
  • Game-day management for men’s and women’s basketball
  • Coordination of outside events on both the college athletic field and the turf at Junge Pavilion
  • Assistance with equipment ordering for all field sports
  • Additional duties as assigned and reassessed by the Director of Athletics

 

Criteria & Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Previous coaching experience in a NCAA school
  • Demonstrated successful record as a coach
  • Demonstrated success in recruiting student-athletes
  • 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, including travel
  • Valid driver’s license and access to personal vehicle

 

Applications will be accepted through 8/9/19. Submit a letter of interest, resume, and contact information for three professional references to college.jobs@brynathyn.edu.

Posted 7-23-2019

 

Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach

 

Bryn Athyn College is accepting applications for a part-time Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach. The College is part of the NCAA Division III Colonial States Athletic Conference.  The position will start in August 2019 and report directly to the Head Men’s Basketball Coach.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Recruitment of quality student athletes
  • Organizing and planning of practices
  • Game preparation
  • Administrative duties as assigned
  • Scouting and game film preparation
  • Monitoring of student- athlete academic progress
  • Organization of travel and meals
  • Compliance with NCAA

 

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Experience playing or coaching at least one year at the collegiate level
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Driver’s license required
  • Excellent customer relation skills

 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Three years coaching experience at collegiate level

 

Applications will be accepted through 8/9/19. Submit a letter of interest, resume, and contact information for three professional references to college.jobs@brynathyn.edu.

Posted 7-15-2019

 

International Finance Adjunct Instructor


Bryn Athyn College is seeking a part-time instructor for International Finance (Business 327). The course provides intermediate-level instruction in Finance with a focus on International Issues and it supports the finance focus in Bryn Athyn College’s business major. Bryn Athyn College operates on a trimester system. Business 327 will be offered in the winter term (Dec 2-Feb 29) on Monday and Wednesday from 7:00 to 8:50 pm.

 

Candidates must possess a graduate degree in finance or related business or law field. Ideal candidates will have professional experience in finance or international business and show understanding of and support for Bryn Athyn College’s religious 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 Swedenborg. 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 references to Ms. Renee L. Rosenfeld, at college.jobs@brynathyn.edu. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position has been filled. Bryn Athyn College is an equal opportunity employer.

 

Posted 6-18-2019

 

Adjunct in Physics

 

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

 

Bryn Athyn College operates on a trimester system. The courses available are one lecture section and two lab sections of Physics. Physics 210: Principles of Physics I in the winter term, which runs December 2, 2019-February 29, 2020. The lecture section meets on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 2:40-3:50 PM. The lab sections meet on Thursdays from 8:30 AM-12:20 PM and from 1:20-5:10 PM. This is a required course for Biology majors and also attracts students from our interdisciplinary mathematics major.

 

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. Bryn Athyn College is an equal opportunity employer.

 

Posted 5-16-2019

 

Assistant Custodian

 

Glencairn Museum is seeking applicants for Assistant Custodian. This part-time, hourly position ranges from 10 to 15 hours per week. The current opening is mostly for weekday shifts with occasional weekend work available.

 

The Assistant Custodian, reporting to Glencairn’s Operations Manager, ensures that Glencairn maintains a consistently clean, orderly, and welcoming appearance. All cleaning and maintaining of the building, furniture, floors, doors, and other furnishings and finishes must be done according to museum industry best practices. The Assistant Custodian assists the Operations Manager with event operations, including set-up, takedown, and with other Museum operations. Employees of Glencairn Museum are expected to uphold the mission, principles, and polices of the Academy of the New Church; support the mission of Glencairn Museum; and follow all Museum policies and guidelines.

 

Primary duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

 

  • Performing regular light and heavy cleaning
  • Performing proper cleaning and maintaining of floors, doors, furniture, and other furnishings and finishes, etc. by consulting the Operations Manager and/or custodial procedural manuals to ensure the usage of museum best practice procedures
  • Consulting weekly cleaning and work schedules, communicating with the Operations Manager as necessary, in carrying out custodial tasks
  • Carrying out custodial tasks in compliance with OSHA and other government regulations
  • Carrying packages and deliveries weighing up to 50 lbs
  • Consulting events set-up manual containing floor plan diagrams (furniture placement, seating charts, etc.) for regular events; photographs of proper room set-ups and furniture placement (e.g. regular Great Hall furniture placement, weekend café, etc.); Museum best practice procedures for handling, moving, and storing furniture and rugs while assisting with proper furniture removal, set-up, takedown, and restoration of furniture for all events
  • Serving as event staff as assigned by the Operations Manager (e.g. Annual Festivals, etc.); potentially assisting in-house cater with preparing and serving food for in-house catered events (e.g. Christmas Sing Concert after-party); setting up, taking down and picking up food for Tower lunches and other special events; setting up for week-end coffee, etc.

 

In addition to a regular weekday schedule, this position occasionally requires work on evenings and weekends throughout the year when Museum and rental events are scheduled. Required evening and weekend hours may be balanced by a reduction in either the preceding or following week’s work schedule as approved by the Operations Manager. The flexibility to work these required evening and weekend hours, and regular availability during the “Christmas at Glencairn” season (Thanksgiving until early January excluding Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas) is preferred.

 

Professional and Personal Qualifications:

 

  • Ability to work independently; organized and attentive to detail; ability to consistently follow through on tasks
  • Flexibility and ability to balance a variety of demands
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Ability to follow Custodial Staff policies and regulations
  • Professional, friendly and welcoming demeanor
  • Dependable, attentive and accommodating while adhering to Museum policy at all times
  • Ability to effectively communicate the mission and general history of Glencairn Museum and the Historic District 
  • Ability to follow Museum security procedures

 

Interested candidates have the option of submitting a cover letter and résumé if desired. However, providing two professional references is required. Please send them to:

 

Peter Childs

Glencairn Museum

1001 Cathedral Road, P.O. Box 757

Bryn Athyn, PA 19009

peter.childs@glencairnmuseum.org