Staff Positions

Hartwick College employees are dedicated to supporting student learning and personal development.

Whether it is helping students adjust to the challenges of college life, encouraging them as they achieve academic success; attending student productions, art shows, or Senior Thesis presentations; delivering student mail; or guiding them through the job or graduate school search, Hartwick staff are committed to providing a safe, challenging, and supportive environment in which students gain knowledge from experiences they never dreamed possible.

An independent, residential liberal arts college enrolling approximately 1,200 full-time undergraduates, Hartwick embraces the teacher-scholar model, with teaching excellence as the first priority, and seeks to recruit, retain and promote a diverse workforce.

Located in the scenic Susquehanna River valley in Oneonta, NY, near the northern foothills of the Catskill Mountains, the College features a Liberal Arts in Practice general education curriculum and aspires to “be the best at melding liberal arts education with experiential learning.”

Hartwick offers health benefits to domestic partners of benefits eligible employees, and prohibits discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation/preference and gender identity/expression. Hartwick is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to broadening “the understanding, awareness, and appreciation of diversity among all members of the Hartwick community.” Women, minorities, and other underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply. 

Hartwick College is committed to providing a safe and secure educational and employment environment. Employment at Hartwick College is therefore contingent upon a successful background check on every new employee. Candidates to whom an offer of employment is made will be required to sign a Release of Information Form authorizing the College to conduct a thorough background check.

Hartwick College is committed to a diverse candidate pool, values an inclusive workforce and workplace environment, and wishes to minimize or eliminate the impact of implicit bias during the search and hiring process. 

 
 

Academic Solutions Manager

Date: September 15, 2020
Title: Academic Solutions Manager

Description:  Serve as the Office of Academic Affairs (OAA) lead for academic-function related software programs, including training and operations, core to the mission of OAA and the launching of FlightPath, the College’s new student success initiative.

Responsibilities:

Academic Solutions Manager (80%)

  • Day to day oversight of academic and career advising and planning programs (initially, Stellic)
  • Provide training, assistance, and consultation for OAA staff, faculty and the campus community on software, data-based, or organizational solutions for academic operations
  • Continuously explore new options and functionalities, upgrades, acquisitions and decommissioning
  • Develop and run reports for OAA staff and faculty to assure achievement of OAA and FlightPath objectives
  • Collaborate with faculty and staff across campus on all optimizing academic software including:
  • Academic student information systems (EAB Navigate for example)
  • Survey and evaluation programs such as EvaluationKit
  • Learning management systems (Brightspace D2L for example)
  • Collaborate across college units to develop and implement solutions for integrated processes, including service on relevant committees
  • Generate data and solutions to support academic planning, including that related to faculty workload and course scheduling
  • Act as a liaison to various campus offices on data collection and report generation, including requesting and or generating reports for OAA staff
  • Act as a liaison to IT and the Technology Resource Center regarding the acquisition of software and hardware for OAA staff and to meet the instructional needs of faculty
  • Design and support faculty and staff training on the use of instructional technology
  • Other duties as assigned

OAA Support and Overview (20%)

  • Lead the routine administration, and reporting, of student evaluations of teaching
  • Maintain and update content on websites for the Office of Academic Affairs
  • Provide support for task management for staff in the Office of Academic Affairs

Participation in major campus events, including Welcome Weekend, True Blue Weekend, and Commencement Weekend

Expected to comply with all applicable College, Federal, State, local and associational regulations.

As a representative of the College, expected to comport him/herself in a professional manner at all times, both on and off campus.

Qualifications:  Minimum requirements for this position are a Bachelor’s degree (higher preferred) from an accredited college or university with two or more years of experience with academic programs and familiarity with advising.  Teaching experience is preferred.

  • Experience with academic solutions software suites, such as learning management systems, enterprise management systems, student information systems or related programs (e.g., D2L, Navigate, Presence, Colleague)
  • Strong communications skills and evidence of good rapport with students, faculty, and staff across divisions on campus
  • Experience in database programming and/or project management preferred
  • Familiarity with MS Office Suite, Google Suite or both
  • Ability to multitask in a fast-paced environment
  • Capability to work on-campus or remotely, with access to telephone and reliable high-speed internet for the latter contingency
  • Must have a valid driver’s license

To apply for the Academic Solutions Manager position, please click here.  All applicants are asked to submit the following materials with their online applications:

  • A cover letter;
  • A resume; 
  • A Diversity Statement that addresses how your past and/or potential contributions to diversity will support Hartwick College’s Diversity Statement (https://www.hartwick.edu/campus-life/intercultural-affairs/diversity-at-hartwick/); and
  • The names and contact information for three references, with annotation regarding how the reference is related to you and your work (at least one of your references must be from a current and/or previous supervisor).

Applications may also be mailed to the Office of Human Resources, Hartwick College, P.O. Box 4020, Oneonta, NY 13820. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.


Administrative Assistant for Academic Affairs

Date: October 21, 2020
Title: Administrative Assistant for Academic Affairs

Description:  Under the supervision of the Academic Affairs Project Manager, the Administrative Assistant is responsible for general office and administrative support for the Assistant Provost and Project Manager, as well as general office support for the Department of Art & Art History. 

Responsibilities:

Office of Academic Affairs
General Office Support and Overview (25%)

  • Serve as the forward-facing representative of OAA in directing inquiries to the appropriate OAA or campus office
  • Collaborate with the Executive Assistant to the Provost and the Office & Budget Manager to keep them aware of the activities of the Assistant Provost and Projects Manager.

Administrative Support for the Assistant Provost and Projects Manager (25%)

  • Manage the daily calendars for the Assistant Provost and Office Manager, including on and off-campus engagements, meetings, telephone calls, appointments and other events
  • Transcribe, archive and distribute meeting notes and records
  • Solicit, receive, track, and archive electronic copies of course syllabi
  • Support academic program development, including searching for, compiling and distributing information
  • Assist with the development of faculty and selected staff contracts, including those for special assignments, staff duties, adjunct faculty, academic interns and others as assigned
  • Support the full-time faculty hiring process, including posting advertisements, supporting applicant travel, interview scheduling, and monitoring the process-including sending and verifying letters to applicants, candidates and new hires
  • In collaboration with the Office & Budget Manager, manage processes and events for faculty awards, faculty and student grant programs, visiting scholars and in-residence faculty
  • Support scheduling and organizing events such as Honors Convocation, Undergraduate Research Showcase, and others

Department of Art & Art History
General Office Support (50%)

  • Act as the forward-facing office representative for the department
  • Lead and organize office operations, including functions such as receiving and routing phone calls, email inquiries, Google calendar management, packages and mail, and others
  • Maintain the department Google calendar
  • Process Sophomore, Junior and Senior Reviews
  • Manage Visiting Artist arrangements, including contracts, travel, and budgets
  • Oversee the department budget, including material requisitions, workstudy hiring, and other ordering and simple contracts
  • Support admissions and recruitment activities
  • Provide administrative support for the Gallery Coordinator

Participation in significant campus activities including Welcome Weekend, True Blue Weekend, and Commencement Weekend
Expected to comply with all applicable College, Federal, State, local and associational regulations
As a representative of the College, expected to comport oneself in a professional manner at all times, both on and off campus
Performs other job related duties as assigned

Qualifications: Minimum requirements for the position are an Associate’s degree or higher from an accredited college or university, with at least two or more years’ of experience in an office setting, preferably in an educational institution.

  • Familiarity with MS Office Suite, Google Suite or both
  • Ability to multitask in a fast-paced environment
  • Capability to work on-campus or remotely, with access to telephone and reliable high-speed internet for the latter contingency
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality of faculty, student and staff records and communications

An independent, residential liberal arts college enrolling approximately 1,200 full-time undergraduates, Hartwick embraces the teacher-scholar model, with teaching excellence as the first priority, and seeks to recruit, retain and promote a diverse workforce.

Located in the scenic Susquehanna River valley in Oneonta, NY, near the northern foothills of the Catskill Mountains, the College features a Liberal Arts in Practice general education curriculum and aspires to “be the best at melding liberal arts education with experiential learning.”

Hartwick offers health benefits to domestic partners of benefits eligible employees, and prohibits discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation/preference and gender identity/expression. Hartwick is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to broadening “the understanding, awareness, and appreciation of diversity among all members of the Hartwick community.” Women, minorities, and other underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply. 

Hartwick College is committed to providing a safe and secure educational and employment environment. Employment at Hartwick College is therefore contingent upon a successful background check on every new employee. Candidates to whom an offer of employment is made will be required to sign a Release of Information Form authorizing the College to conduct a thorough background check.

Hartwick College is committed to a diverse candidate pool, values an inclusive workforce and workplace environment, and wishes to minimize or eliminate the impact of implicit bias during the search and hiring process. 

To apply for the Administrative Assistant for Academic Affairs position, please click here. All applicants are asked to submit the following materials with their online applications:

  • A cover letter;
  • A resume; 
  • A Diversity Statement that addresses how your past and/or potential contributions to diversity will support Hartwick College’s Diversity Statement (https://www.hartwick.edu/campus-life/intercultural-affairs/diversity-at-hartwick/); and
  • The names and contact information for three references, with annotation regarding how the reference is related to you and your work (at least one of your references must be from a current and/or previous supervisor).

Applications may also be mailed to the Office of Human Resources, Hartwick College, P.O. Box 4020, Oneonta, NY 13820. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.


Administrative Assistant for Academic Affairs- Golisano Hall

Date: July 8, 2020
Title: Administrative Assistant for Academic Affairs – Golisano Hall

Description: Under the Supervision of the Executive Assistant to the Provost & VP for Academic Affairs and the chairs of each department, the Administrative Assistant is responsible for multiple tasks that are required in order for faculty to fulfill their position in educating students during the academic year.

Responsibilities

  • Perform a variety of word processing tasks, such as letters, minutes, exams, class materials, questionnaires, reports, journals, programs, etc.
  • Ordering: office supplies, desk copies, office nameplates, key requests, material requisitions
  • Assist department chairs with department budgets and reconciles discrepancies
  • Assist department chairs with scheduling needs, such as compiling class schedules, meetings and events
  • Compile statistics for use in reports and grant applications
  • Update portions of the department web pages as needed
  • Create and maintains positive relationships with all internal and external constituents
  • Mail pick-up and delivery to and from the Copy Center
  • Provide support with Faculty Recruitment
  • Assist the Office of Academic Affairs with collection of course syllabi and office hours
  • Serve as liaison between faculty and Aramark facilities regarding work orders and building maintenance concerns
  • Supervision of work study students
  • Assist faculty with media requests
  • Responsible for minute taking at Faculty Meetings
  • Participate in significant campus activities including Welcome Weekend, True Blue Weekend, and Commencement Weekend
  • Expected to comply with all applicable College, Federal, State, local and associational regulations
  • As a representative of the College, expected to comport oneself in a professional manner at all times, both on and off campus
  • Perform other job related duties as assigned

Qualifications: Minimum requirements for the position are a High School Diploma or GED and at least three years of secretarial experience.

  • Demonstrated knowledge of Microsoft Software (Office, Word, Excel, etc.)
  • High level of verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to work with multiple supervisors
  • Ability to multi-task and prioritize
  • Strong organizational skills

The physical demands of this position include being required to regularly sit for long periods of time, navigate stairs, walk across campus, and lift and carry light to moderate weight packages.

To apply for the Administrative Assistant for Academic Affairs position, please click here.  All applicants are asked to submit the following materials with their online applications:

  • A cover letter;
  • A resume; 
  • A Diversity Statement that addresses how your past and/or potential contributions to diversity will support Hartwick College’s Diversity Statement (https://www.hartwick.edu/campus-life/intercultural-affairs/diversity-at-hartwick/); and
  • The names and contact information for three references, with annotation regarding how the reference is related to you and your work (at least one of your references must be from a current and/or previous supervisor).

Applications may also be mailed to the Office of Human Resources, Hartwick College, P.O. Box 4020, Oneonta, NY 13820. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.


Area Coordinator

Date: November 16, 2020
Title: Area Coordinator

Description: Reporting to the Assistant Director of Residence Life and Housing, the Area Coordinator (AC) manages the day to day operations of multiple residence halls and supervises student workers in the following capacities; Community Development Advisors (CDAs), Resident Advisors (RAs) and Night Attendants.  The AC will work directly with students living in their buildings to develop educational, respectful, inclusive and engaged living learning environments for 300-400 students. The AC will work with the Director and Assistant Directors in developing, implementing and assessing both Resident Advisor and Professional Staff training.  The AC also participates in the administrative functions and programming efforts of the Residence Life and Housing operations. This is a live-on position.

Responsibilities

  • Manages multiple residence halls day to day operations, support student contact, facilities liaison, develop community and advise Hall councils.  
  • Divides work hours between their buildings and the Office of Student Experience.
  • Serve on-duty coverage for the campus about one week per month, during this time respond to campus emergencies and crisis situations.  
  • Student Staff supervision and evaluation – Directly supervises and trains up to 14 Resident Advisors (student staff) and 6-8 Night Attendant student staff.
  • Assists Assistant Director in development, implementation and assessment of RA and professional staff training. 
  • Run weekly staff meetings with resident advisor staff and conduct weekly or bi-weekly one-on-one meetings with their CDAand
  • Oversees building programming efforts; reviews, critiques and approves RA and Hall Council programming efforts to be consistent with the residential curriculum model.
  • Represent Student Conduct as a hearing officer to determine decisions and sanctions of students documented for policy violations.
  • Coordinate and collaborate in all opening and closing procedures during the academic year.
  • Participate in significant campus activities including Welcome Weekend, True Blue Weekend, and Commencement Weekend.
  • Employee is expected to comply with all applicable College, Federal, State, local and associational regulations.  
  • As a representative of the College, employee is expected to comport oneself in a professional manner at all times, both on and off campus. 
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: Minimum requirements for this position are a Master’s Degree from an accredited college or university with at least three years of experience in Residential Life and Housing in Higher Education.

Skills required are communication, interpersonal, leadership, supervisory and crisis management. Familiarity with Maxient, Navigate, and StarRez are preferred.

To apply for the Area Coordinator position, please click here. All applicants are asked to submit the following materials with their online applications:

  • A cover letter;
  • A resume; 
  • A Diversity Statement that addresses how your past and/or potential contributions to diversity will support Hartwick College’s Diversity Statement (https://www.hartwick.edu/campus-life/intercultural-affairs/diversity-at-hartwick/); and
  • The names and contact information for three references, with annotation regarding how the reference is related to you and your work (at least one of your references must be from a current and/or previous supervisor).

Applications may also be mailed to the Office of Human Resources, Hartwick College, P.O. Box 4020, Oneonta, NY 13820. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.


Assistant Director of Global Education & Field Studies 

Date: September 16, 2020
Title: Assistant Director of Global Education & Field Studies

Description:  Under the supervision of the Assistant Provost of Global Education and Field Studies, support FlightPath student learning outcomes including cultural fluency, communication, and the acquisition of both personal and professional skills.  These outcomes will be achieved by collaborating with faculty regarding J Term on- and off-campus programs, the Peace Corps Preparatory Program, and other faculty-linked initiatives such as community-based service-learning available to every student designing their FlightPath.  The Assistant Director will work with the Global Education & Service-Learning Advisor, the Director of Pine Lake, Student Experience staff, and Success Coaches to help students map diverse experiential learning activities into their digital resumes.  The incumbent will oversee the department administrative assistant and advise the Assistant Provost on best practices and trends related to improving global education and community-based service learning.

Responsibilities:

  • Supervise the office administrative assistant
  • Collaborate with the Global Education and Service-Learning advisor to identify, hire and train student interns and work-study students
  • Manage program budgets in collaboration with the Office and Budget Manager in Academic Affairs
  • Collaborate with faculty, staff, alumni and colleague partners in support of FlightPath learning outcomes for every student, every time
  • Contribute to initiatives within the department
  • Plan and deliver experiential programming on- and off-campus, in a variety of modalities
  • Represent the department to public and private groups, including international audiences as requested

Oversee administration of Office of Global Education & Service Learning and associated campus programming

  • Manage off-campus J Term programs, Study Abroad Programs, Community Based Service Learning, and international student mentoring
  • Manage various on- and off-campus programming
  • Complete regular reports for various campus stakeholders
  • Complete regular program assessments
  • Offer a pre-semester meeting with instructors and regularly throughout each semester to establish understanding of learning outcomes and assure program success

Additional responsibilities

  • Collaborate on support services offered to students across campus
  • Maintain an awareness of best practices and trends related to improving global education and service learning
  • Suggest annual opportunities for professional development
  • Serve on committees
  • Participate in signature College events such as Opening Convocation, Honors Convocation, Commencement, Student Scholarship Showcase, Admissions Open Houses, Welcome Weekend, True Blue Weekend and other events as specified by supervisor
  • Comply with all applicable College, Federal, State, local, and associational laws, rules, and regulations
  • As a representative of the College, comport oneself in a professional manner at all times, both on and off campus
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Qualifications:  The minimum requirements for this position are a Bachelor’s degree in an arts and science discipline or a related field from a regionally accredited college or university and at least three years of work experience in international education.

Preferred requirements for this position are a Master’s degree in an arts and science discipline or a related field from a regionally accredited college or university and at least two years of work experience in experiential and international education.  Proficiency in a second language other than English, prior experience in community-based service learning, international education work-related travel, ability to travel within and outside of the US for short periods of time, and current training in SEVIS is also preferred.

  • In-depth knowledge of issues, trends and best practices in global education and community-based service learning
  • Ability to train and supervise student workers
  • Experience using databases
  • Exceptional communication skills as evidenced during the application & interview process and as addressed by professional references.
  • Diplomacy and tact in engaging with Hartwick students, faculty, staff, and alumni.
  • Knowledge of appropriate software (Microsoft suite) and familiarity with learning management systems such as Desire to Learn (D2L) and student success software such as Navigate
  • Must have a valid drivers’ license and be insurable by the College

To apply for the Assistant Director of Global Education & Field Studies position, please click here.  All applicants are asked to submit the following materials with their online applications:

  • A cover letter;
  • A resume; 
  • A Diversity Statement that addresses how your past and/or potential contributions to diversity will support Hartwick College’s Diversity Statement (https://www.hartwick.edu/campus-life/intercultural-affairs/diversity-at-hartwick/); and
  • The names and contact information for three references, with annotation regarding how the reference is related to you and your work (at least one of your references must be from a current and/or previous supervisor).

Applications may also be mailed to the Office of Human Resources, Hartwick College, P.O. Box 4020, Oneonta, NY 13820. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.


Assistant Football Coach (part-time)

Date: May 27, 2020
Title: Part-time Assistant Football Coach

Description: Under the supervision of the Head Coach, the Assistant Football Coach is responsible for on-field coaching for the fall season (practice/competition) and spring training/conditioning program with other duties as assigned by the head football coach and/or director of athletics in accordance with the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, Hartwick College, Empire 8, NCAA, and other related association rules and regulations.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree preferred with playing and/or coaching experience. The successful candidate will demonstrate effective teaching methods and possess excellent leadership, role modeling, organizational and interpersonal skills, and must have a thorough understanding and working knowledge of NCAA Division III rules and regulations. Must have a valid driver’s license and be insurable through the College.

To apply for the Part-time Assistant Football Coach position, please submit one single pdf copy of your application materials inclusive of the content below.  

  • A cover letter;
  • A resume; 
  • A Diversity Statement that addresses how your past and/or potential contributions to diversity will support Hartwick College’s Diversity Statement (https://www.hartwick.edu/campus-life/intercultural-affairs/diversity-at-hartwick/); and
  • The names and contact information for three references, with annotation regarding how the reference is related to you and your work (at least one of your references must be from a current and/or previous supervisor).

All materials should be sent electronically to Suzanne Janitz, Chief Human Resource Officer, at jobs@hartwick.edu with [Part-time Assistant Football Coach] in the subject line. Applications may also be mailed to the Office of Human Resources, Hartwick College, P.O. Box 4020, Oneonta, NY 13820. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.

 


Assistant Vice President for Student Success

Date: January 5, 2021
Title: Assistant Vice President for Student Success

Description:  Reporting to the Senior Vice President for Enrollment & Student Success the Assistant Vice President for Student Success (AVPSS) will serve as a senior leader in the newly assembled division of Enrollment & Student Success.   The division combines enrollment management with student experience and student success support programs, creating an opportunity for the AVPSS to influence broad campus policy and operations regarding persistence and retention.  The AVPSS will assume a significant and influential position at the College and have the opportunity to make a tangible contribution to the future of Hartwick. The new leader will be empowered to build on the considerable institutional support for and interest in enrollment and student success to recruit, attract, select, enroll, retain, educate, develop, and graduate a talented and diverse group of students. It is expected that the AVPSS will formulate, execute, and continuously assess a seamless and forward-looking student support experience from first point of contact to graduation that stems from and extends the mission, goals, and aspirations of Hartwick College. 

The AVPSS will provide vision, leadership, and expertise to the Guidance Team including direct supervision of the Success Coaches and coordination with the faculty advisors, career coaches and alumni mentors and areas within the Center for Student Success including probation and tutoring programs, accessibility services and student-athlete support.  The AVPSS will co-lead the CARE Committee which is dedicated to intervention and support for at risk students. The AVPSS will be a strong collaborator and communicator. A passion for building and comfort with change are essential, as is great analytic and technological depth, a commitment to keeping student welfare and success at the forefront, and a proven capacity for embedding student success priorities within institutional value and aspirations.

The AVPSS will collaborate with offices across the division and campus to ensure that we are progressing toward the College’s student success goals and KPIs. The AVPSS will implement data driven, best practices, work with a talented and committed staff, forge strategic partnerships with faculty and the community, and help set the future course of the College.

Responsibilities

  • Serve as the leader of the Student Success Unit within the division and lead the critically important Guidance Teams which serve as a key foundation to the FlightPath program.
  • Responsible for facilitating identification and tracking successful completion of student success initiatives aligned with the College’s and Division’s student success goals and KPIs.
  • Works in close collaboration with Student Success leadership team to develop strategic initiatives and assessment activities for the division, and tracks progress toward execution.
  • Partners and develops strong working relationships with institutional leadership, special committees, and consultants to support execution of strategic goals.
  • Uses national best practices and emerging research to identify, develop, and guide innovative initiatives to improve student retention, persistence, and timely graduation. Provides leadership, guidance, planning, and implementation of initiatives that foster inclusive excellence and equitable outcomes for all students, with an emphasis on improving retention, graduation, and time to degree and elimination of equity gaps for undergraduate students.
  • Tracks progression of KPIs. Sets appropriate goals, accountabilities and development objectives.
  • Provides support and leadership for the coordinated student success platform and develops, coordinates, facilitates related initiatives to enhance student success. Collaborates with partners within the Division of Enrollment & Student Success and across the College as appropriate to leverage a coordinated student success network to intervene with and assist at-risk/high priority students. Establishes and monitors goals, objectives, and key performance indicators to determine effectiveness of outreach, opportunities for intervention, and potential improvements to practices. Facilitates improvement to processes and practices.
  • Uses EAB and other platforms to organize and maintain data, compose and prepare correspondence, reports and other materials. Advocate for and monitor EAB Navigate efforts by providing training for faculty and advisors, and key personnel to efficiently use EAB as a retention tool to implement strategies, initiatives, outreach, and best practices.
  • Provides complete research, analysis and recommendations on complex issues of central importance to the divisional and College missions.
  • Designs and implements an effective system of management information for use by Student Success in making decisions for program development, ensures alignment between processes and procedures, technology and organizational structure to achieve maximum service to students, integration of programs and services, and cost effectiveness.
  • Cultivates the culture of Student Success by communicating progress of strategic work plan and initiatives to staff across the division and provides training opportunities as necessary.
  • Acts on the authority of the Senior Vice Provost for Enrollment & Student Success to oversee strategic projects with a focus on significant change management initiatives.
  • Works closely with the Office of Academic Affairs to ensure the coordination and planning of projects, communications, that integrate academic areas into the student success strategy.
  • Fosters partnerships with Student Success units and academic departments to develop retention, persistence, and graduation initiatives. Uses data and best practices to inform/recommend strategies to the Senior Vice President. Evaluates initiatives to determine effectiveness, emerging best practices, and opportunities for data informed change.
  • Oversees research, analysis and synthesis of information as well as the development of reports and correspondence on a wide range of topics that impact the ability to meet the divisional mission and student success goals.
  • Delivers and coordinates presentations and written materials for various meetings.
  • Actively participates in campus events and activities and has a visible campus presence.
  • Supports and participates in key College-wide events including but not limited to Commencement, Honors Convocation, True Blue Weekend (homecoming and family weekend), WickWeek (orientation), and signature Admissions events.
  • Comply with all applicable College, Federal, State, local and associational laws, rules and regulations.
  • As a representative of the College, comport oneself in a professional manner at all times, both on and off campus.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: Minimum requirements are a Master’s degree in a related field from an accredited college or university, with seven to ten years of progressive experience in all higher education administration, preferably in student services, with experience in retention strategies, academic advising, and career development.  Must have extensive knowledge of student retention strategies.  Requires a working knowledge of Google Mail, Microsoft Word, Excel and Power Point, including a solid understanding of spreadsheets.  Experience with retention software platforms like EAB Navigate and student information systems like Colleague/Datatel is preferred.  Must have a clean driving record and valid driver’s license.

  • Strong analytical and critical thinking skills with the ability to analyze problems, identify alternative solutions, project consequences of proposed actions and implement recommendations.
  • Ability to prioritize multiple projects and work in a fast-paced environment with regular interruptions and multiple competing demands.
  • Ability to plan and conceptualize and make sound business decisions.
  • Ability to manage complex projects, from development through implementation.
  • Understanding of federal laws related to higher education, including but not limited to FERPA, ADA, Title IX.
  • Ability to follow through on work assignments and meet deadlines.
  • Effective use of technology with preference to those with EAB Navigate and Colleague/Datatel experience.
  • Must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills and the ability to communicate concepts and ideas to individuals and groups.  Tact, energy, and resourcefulness in dealing with a variety of situations and people.
  • Excellent time management skills.
  • Strong presentation skills.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships.
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively as part of multiple teams.
  • Ability to promote a diverse and inclusive work environment.
  • Ability to work independently and make value judgments, which may set new policy.
  • Ability to delegate and to hold others responsible in a way that instills confidence and self-respect on the part of the staff.
  • Great sensitivity to all facets of the college community, including the needs of the various groups which comprise it.
  • A personal orientation to the process and skill in the management of participatory decision making.
  • A clear and articulated understanding of equity and how to use data to identify strategies to close enrollment and achievement gaps.

To apply for the Assistant Vice President for Student Success position, please click here.  All applicants are asked to submit the following materials with their online applications:

  • A cover letter;
  • A resume; 
  • A Diversity Statement that addresses how your past and/or potential contributions to diversity will support Hartwick College’s Diversity Statement (https://www.hartwick.edu/campus-life/intercultural-affairs/diversity-at-hartwick/); and
  • The names and contact information for three references, with annotation regarding how the reference is related to you and your work (at least one of your references must be from a current and/or previous supervisor).

Applications may also be mailed to the Office of Human Resources, Hartwick College, P.O. Box 4020, Oneonta, NY 13820. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.


Associate Director of Human Resources

Date: September 21, 2020
Title: Associate Director of Human Resources

Description:  Reporting to the Chief Human Resource Officer (CHRO), the Associate Director for Human Resources serves as a generalist and performs a wide variety of administrative duties in a fast-paced environment. Special emphasis is on compliance and legal, recruitment and selection, organizational development, performance and compensation.  The Associate Director will deliver support on the full range of initiatives and establish partnerships across campus to ensure employment programming and training support the College’s values and strategic goals.  Manage the College’s workforce analysis and oversee compliance with federal, state, and local rules and regulations.  Develop and manage a detailed project management schedule and work plan for monitoring human resource strategic initiatives and other projects.

Responsibilities:

  • Work with the CHRO and CDO to create a clear strategy for recruiting, selecting and sustaining a more diverse workforce; implement recruiting goals to increase the presence of minorities, women, veterans, people with disabilities, and other diverse groups in the workplace.
  • Serves as a consultant on HR issues, laws, policy, and personnel matters.
  • Establish across campus partnerships to ensure that employee focused programming supports the College’s values and strategic goals.
  • Partner with Chief Diversity Officer and Title IX Coordinator/College Compliance Officer for developing training initiatives on cultural competency, gender differences, disability, sexual harassment, building a climate of equity and inclusion, and other topics designed to increase awareness and support of equity and inclusion values.
  • Manage HR compliance with federal and state non-discrimination laws such as Title VII, Title IX, and the New York Human Rights Law.
  • Oversee the compliance calendar for the Human Resources Office and ensure all responsibilities are completed accurately and in a timely manner.
  • Assist CHRO as necessary with any legal matters associated with grievances and complaints pertaining to Title IX, fringe benefits, Title VII, work visa’s, etc.
  • In consultation with the CHRO, the Associate Director will conduct investigations of discrimination claims in compliance with regulations and statutes.
  • Monitor and address employee relation concerns; serve as a resource for supervisors experiencing staff conflicts, disciplinary or performance concerns.
  • In consultation with CHRO, provide in-depth review of compensation and best practices (wages, benefits, professional development and all other aspects of a total compensation package).
  • Conduct research, develop and manage a detailed project management schedule and work plan for monitoring strategic employment initiatives and other human resources projects.
  • Develop and deliver training to supervisory faculty and staff on topics such as labor and employment law, implicit bias, employee relations, etc.
  • Conduct implicit bias training for search committee members, and departments/offices as requested.
  • Build an on-going professional development program for employees and interested students (as part of FlightPath). Bring in a high-level speaker event (one time per year). Create an annual professional development calendar.
  • Participate in new employee orientation programming, and create a welcoming, inclusive environment for new hires to ensure a successful on-boarding experience.
  • Maintain knowledge of trends, best practices, regulatory changes, and new technologies in human resources, talent management and employment law.
  • Serve on campus committees as identified and assigned by CHRO.
  • Develop and support internship and Capstone project opportunities for students to provide resume’ notable experiences in critical thinking, inclusion, big data and analysis, building collaborative and professional relationships, along with transferable soft skills necessary for future employment.
  • Participates in developing HR department goals, objectives and systems and assessment.
  • Create and maintain positive relationships with all internal and external constituents.
  • Comply with all applicable College, Federal, State, local and associational laws, rules and regulations.
  • Participate in significant campus activities, including Welcome Weekend, True Blue Weekend, and Commencement Weekend.
  • As a representative of the College, comport oneself in a professional manner at all times, both on and off campus.
  • Other job related duties as assigned.

Qualifications:  Minimum qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with 5 years of progressive human resources experience.  Experience in higher education is strongly desired.  Professional certification in Human Resources is preferred.

  • Demonstrated knowledge in all functional areas of human resources including, but not limited to recruitment, training, performance management, compensation and benefits, onboarding, immigration services, policy development and implementation and employment law compliance.
  • Ability to present information in a clear and concise manner.
  • Adept in the use of Microsoft applications (Word, Excel, Access, and Power Point)
  • Experience with Ellucian/Colleague processing
  • Ability to perform mathematical computations with high degree of accuracy
  • High level of communication skills across multiple disciplines
  • Excellent problem solving abilities
  • Ability to multi-task and work in a fast paced and demanding environment
  • Ability to be flexible and anticipate needs of the department
  • Clean driving record and valid drivers’ license

To apply for the Associate Director of Human Resources position, please click here.  All applicants are asked to submit the following materials with their online applications:

  • A cover letter;
  • A resume; 
  • A Diversity Statement that addresses how your past and/or potential contributions to diversity will support Hartwick College’s Diversity Statement (https://www.hartwick.edu/campus-life/intercultural-affairs/diversity-at-hartwick/); and
  • The names and contact information for three references, with annotation regarding how the reference is related to you and your work (at least one of your references must be from a current and/or previous supervisor).

Applications may also be mailed to the Office of Human Resources, Hartwick College, P.O. Box 4020, Oneonta, NY 13820. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.


Part-time Campus Safety Officers

Date: June 26, 2020
Title: Campus Safety Officer

Description:  The Campus Safety Officer provides a safe and secure environment for students, faculty, staff, visitors and all other members of the Hartwick College Community.  Campus Safety Officers are responsible for protecting the property and assets of Hartwick College and the personal property of faculty, students and staff living and working on Campus; enforcing the rules, regulations and policies of Hartwick College in a fair and equal manner; and assisting the local authorities and outside agencies with any investigations into wrongdoing, which affects the campus.  In order to accomplish these duties, a safety officer must be on campus at all times, 24/7.   Officers patrol the campus, residence halls and the area immediately surrounding the campus, to identify potential areas of concern and to deter policy violations and criminal activity. 

Responsibilities:

  • Provide continuous year round, 24/7 mobile patrols of all campus roadways and parking areas
  • Complete random foot patrols of residence halls and academic buildings
  • Secure all academic and administrative buildings when they close for the night
  • Assist students, faculty and staff with building and room lockouts
  • Enforce College policies and regulations, including campus parking and vehicle regulations
  • Respond in a timely manner to all calls for assistance or service and take appropriate action to assess injuries, identify crimes, and support victims by providing a safe environment
  • Prepare reports of any incidents, policy violations or conditions which require administrative followup
  • Make timely notification to appropriate supervisors and other College staff or emergencies, hazardous situations, and any other newsworthy or major incidents
  • Assist facilities personnel as needed and to make timely notification regarding safety hazards or conditions
  • Provide safety and medical escorts to students, staff and faculty when necessary
  • Administer emergency medical care when necessary to include CPR, AED, and Narcan
  • Maintain needed traffic control points and detours for any on-campus construction, truck deliveries or special events, to insure the safety of motorists and pedestrians
  • Patrols, inspections and investigations require frequent inside and outdoor routing in all types of weather conditions; foot, vehicle and stationary patrols are required; possible exposure to hazardous materials, severe weather conditions and physical confrontations with unstable persons and individuals who are violating laws and regulations
  • Have the ability and training to perform all of the essential duties and responsibilities of the Campus Safety Dispatcher and will work shifts in that capacity when directed
  • Interact with students, faculty and staff to provide information, assistance, and assist with the resolution of complaints and unmet needs
  • Assist local police and fire agencies when needed on campus
  • Participation in significant campus activities including Welcome Weekend, True Blue Weekend, and Commencement Weekend, and sporting events
  • Expected to comply with all applicable College, Federal, State, local and associational regulations
  • As a representative of the College, expected to comport oneself in a professional manner at all times, both on and off campus

Qualifications:  Minimum requirements for this position include a high school diploma or GED, and at least six months to one year of experience in a customer-service related field.  Must possess tact and good judgement in dealing with others.  A NYS Security Guard License is required, along with a valid driver’s license and must be insurable by the College.  The position will also require AED, CPR, and Narcan training and certification.

Must be able to operate all equipment and systems used by the Campus Safety Department including computers, portable radios, surveillance cameras, telephone switchboard, typewriters, fire alarms, suppression systems and emergency equipment.  Good physical condition required, including hearing, eyesight and walking ability.   Must have the patience and maturity to deal with tense, stressful, and potentially dangerous situations, and to be in control of emotions when dealing with difficulty individuals.  Must be willing and available for overtime and schedule changes during night and weekend shifts, with limited notice. 

The Campus Safety Officer is regularly required to walk the boundaries of the campus, including the navigation of the numerous outdoor staircases. Must be able to frequently carry 20-30 pounds, occasionally 50 pounds, and assist students and/or employees in the case of medical situations.

To apply for the Part-time Campus Safety Officer position, please submit one single pdf copy of your application materials inclusive of the content below.  

  • A cover letter;
  • A resume; 
  • A Diversity Statement that addresses how your past and/or potential contributions to diversity will support Hartwick College’s Diversity Statement (https://www.hartwick.edu/campus-life/intercultural-affairs/diversity-at-hartwick/); and
  • The names and contact information for three references, with annotation regarding how the reference is related to you and your work (at least one of your references must be from a current and/or previous supervisor).

All materials should be sent electronically to Suzanne Janitz, Chief Human Resource Officer, at jobs@hartwick.edu with [Part-time Campus Safety Officer] in the subject line. Applications may also be mailed to the Office of Human Resources, Hartwick College, P.O. Box 4020, Oneonta, NY 13820. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.


Chief Diversity Officer

Date: July 20, 2020
Title: Chief Diversity Officer

Description:  Hartwick College is pleased to welcome applications for the inaugural role of the Chief Diversity Officer who will provide collaborative, strategic, and results-oriented leadership for institutional-wide diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts. The CDO will champion the importance and value of a diverse and inclusive working and learning environment and will lead the development and implementation of proactive diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives.  The CDO will serve as a member of the President’s Cabinet to help ensure that diversity, equity, and inclusion remain integral to all dimensions of the College.

The CDO will have a successful, evidence based record of advancing strategies that demonstrate a commitment to promoting a welcoming, safe and inclusive environment for all students, faculty, staff and visitors.  The CDO must have a deep understanding and passion for the work of diversity, equity, and inclusion, and demonstrate a willingness to be a leader, innovator, ambassador, and catalyst for change while working in a collaborative manner with others throughout the College.  

Responsibilities will include:

  • Develop and implement strategies and tactics that foster a positive and inclusive work environment.
  • Ensure that diversity and inclusion initiatives are implemented in an integrated manner throughout the College and that these initiatives are regularly assessed
  • Assess the College’s programs, policies, procedures and practices to identify gaps and barriers that limit progress in the areas of diversity, equity and inclusion
  • Recommend to the Senior Leadership Team of the College changes in practice that will advance diversity, equity, and inclusion
    • Research and recommend improvements to the bias response and intervention structure based on best practices and work with campus leaders to develop and facilitate efforts related to prevention, education, and intervention
  • Develop a strategic plan for advancing diversity and inclusion that complements and strengthens the College’s current strategic direction
    • Define comprehensive definitions of diversity, equity and inclusion for use by all constituents at the College and lead efforts to encourage all members of the Hartwick community to develop an abiding respect for human differences
    • Monitor, provide operational oversight for, and measure the College’s progress toward meeting its diversity goals
    • Establish and maintain an internal audit, assessment, and reporting system to allow for effective measurement of College programs in diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts with periodic reporting of progress to the President
    • Recommend, provide, and facilitate/deliver professional development on cultural competency, gender differences, disability, social justice, socioeconomics, and other topics designed to increase awareness and support of diversity, equity, and inclusion values
    • Work with campus committees, the Director of Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging, and other College constituents to ensure commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion in the College’s mission, vision, and values
  • Serve as an advocate, mentor, and resource in support of underrepresented students and employees
  • Partner with other College leaders, students, employees and committees to ensure programming and initiatives support the College’s diversity values and goals
  • Create a strong partnership with all members of the Senior Leadership Team to advance the recruitment, support for and retention of employees from diverse backgrounds
    • Work closely with and support the Provost and Faculty to advance the College’s efforts to recruit, support, and retain diverse faculty and offer a curriculum that reflects the values of diversity, equity and inclusion
    • Collaborate with stakeholders to assess potential obstacles and develop strategies to recruit and retain a diverse workforce
  • Lead and support highly visible educational and awareness events and activities throughout the year to develop and strengthen cultural competency
  • Establish a partnership with Student Experience, campus departments, and students that
  • Facilitate community-building and identify allies to support a safe, vibrant, welcoming, and inclusive campus climate for all students, faculty and staff both on campus and off campus
  • In consultation with the Chief Human Resources Officer, the CDO will conduct investigations of discrimination claims in compliance with regulations and statutes
  • Comply with all applicable College, federal, state, local and associational laws, rules and regulations
  • Participate in significant campus activities, such as but not limited to; Welcome Weekend, True Blue Weekend, and Commencement Weekend
  • As a representative of the College, comport oneself in a professional manner at all times, both on and off campus

Qualifications:  Minimum qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with 7-10 years of progressively responsible experience related to diversity, equity and inclusion.  An advanced degree is preferred.  The position requires experience in working collaboratively and effectively with various constituencies on strategies around inclusion, equity, and diversity. Must have experience with Title VII, ADA, and EEO/AA.

  • Well-organized and self-directed individual who exhibits a high level of integrity that inspires trust and confidence
  • Ability to respond with equanimity to crisis and highly sensitive situations
  • Genuine desire, willingness and ability to work collaboratively
  • Strong administrative ability to articulate and realize concrete measures for implementing the work of a strategic vision
  • Knowledge of current diversity issues with a clear understanding of the importance of an inclusive and diverse environment in a comprehensive higher education or similar setting
  • Evidence of success in promoting and advancing organizational diversity goals
  • Ability to foster open transparent communications and proactively build positive relationships with faculty, staff, students, and diverse constituencies
  • Well developed conflict resolution skills and the ability to handle sensitive and confidential information
  • Ability to conduct investigations of unlawful harassment, discrimination, and retaliation
  • Demonstrated understanding of federal, state and local laws, regulations, and guidelines related to civil rights and equal opportunity
  • Ability to present information in a clear and concise manner to a variety of audiences

To apply for the Chief Diversity Officer position, please click here.  All applicants are asked to submit the following materials with their online applications:

  • A cover letter;
  • A resume; 
  • A Diversity Statement that addresses how your past and/or potential contributions to diversity will support Hartwick College’s Diversity Statement (https://www.hartwick.edu/campus-life/intercultural-affairs/diversity-at-hartwick/); and
  • The names and contact information for three references, with annotation regarding how the reference is related to you and your work (at least one of your references must be from a current and/or previous supervisor).

Applications may also be mailed to the Office of Human Resources, Hartwick College, P.O. Box 4020, Oneonta, NY 13820. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.


Controller

Academic Career & Executive Search is pleased to assist Hartwick College in their search for a Controller.

Hartwick College seeks a highly skilled, detailed oriented financial executive to serve in this critical role. The successful candidate brings a broad array of accounting experience in areas including fund accounting, endowment, and payroll with an understanding of labor law, regulation and compliance.

The Controller is an exceptional communicator who delivers a hands-on approach to leadership, operations and problem solving and will work seamlessly with all levels of the institution including the board, senior administration, faculty, and staff. The successful candidate has familiarity with the unique department and faculty needs across campus.

The position reports to the Vice President for Finance. The Controller supervises the Finance office which includes student accounts, accounts payable, payroll and accounting.

Under the supervision of the Vice President for Finance, the Controller is responsible for leading and managing the accounting activities of the College. The Controller is responsible for ensuring accounting records are maintained in accordance with GAAP, effective controls are maintained, risk mitigated, and that the College uses its resources effectively and efficiently.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide leadership and oversight for the daily operations of the payroll, student accounts, accounts payable and general accounting areas within the finance office
  • Prepares and provides monthly and year end financial statements (internal and external)
  • Monitors and controls the fiscal policies and procedures of the College, ensuring compliance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), the IRS and any other applicable regulations. Protects assets by establishing, reviewing and enforcing internal controls
  • Oversees and manages daily cash activity. Acts as the College’s liaison with the bank for day to day treasury operations
  • Plans, coordinates and acts as primary contact for the annual financial audit and also the Uniform Guidance audit of federal funds
  • Manages the financial component of federal grants and federal loan funds including monitoring and reviewing of expenses, governmental reporting and timely drawdowns of funds
  • Assists with preparing budgets
  • Provides support and financial information in response to needs of various constituencies including departmental chairs, senior management and Board of Trustees
  • Ability to create and maintain positive relationships with all internal and external constituents
  • Additional job related duties as assigned

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university
  • Current or previous holder of a CPA license
  • 5 – 7 years of experience in a similar position or field
  • 3 – 5 years of supervisory experience
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • CPA license
  • Accounting experience in higher education

About Hartwick College:
Hartwick College is a non-denominational, private, four-year liberal arts and sciences college in Oneonta, New York offering 35 majors leading to a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree. In addition, it offers over 30 minors, pre-professional programs in law, medicine, engineering and allied health professions; and five cooperative programs in engineering, law, business, and physical and occupational therapy.

Hartwick College was featured by journalist and scientific writer Malcolm Gladwell in his book David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants as a liberal arts college that offers the same academic rigor and quality of education with similar career outcomes of an ivy league university or elite liberal arts college in the United States, without the competitiveness or admission criteria of these top colleges and universities.

Hartwick has been recognized year after year in numerous reviews including for its committed implementation of High-Impact Educational Practices, earning its title as one of the nation’s Colleges of Distinction for 2019. Hartwick has proven itself to be at the forefront of American higher education with a modern, student-centered approach to teaching. The College also earned distinction for its Nursing, Business and Career Development programs. Hartwick is one of 225 colleges chosen for the “Best in the Northeast” by the Princeton Review. The Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education ranked Hartwick 380 this year of 968 schools covered as well as the #138 private, liberal arts school ranked overall. The U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges Guide, U.S. News & World Report (2019) ranks Hartwick among the 229 “Best National Liberal Arts Colleges” in the country.

Living in the Area:
Situated in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains’, Oneonta is a scenic college town boasting a lower cost of living, lower unemployment rates, lower crime rate and higher educational levels than the national average. With median home values of $141K and monthly rents of $835, the area offers an affordable lifestyle in a picturesque environment with close access to New York City. The idyllic environment is an exceptional area for the outdoor enthusiast, raise a family, or simply enjoy a more laid-back lifestyle void of rush hour traffic.

The College is located just 3.5 hours north of New York City, 4 hours west of Boston, MA, and 4.5 hours north of Philadelphia. The campus sits on a hilltop that spans 425 picturesque acres and overlooks the Catskill Mountains.

Conveniently located just off Rt. 88 in Oneonta, Hartwick is also just 59 miles from Binghamton, NY, 82 miles to Albany, NY, and 60 miles from Utica, NY. Cooperstown, NY, known for the Baseball Hall of Fame, and Glimmer Glass Opera is just right down the road.

To Apply:
Please apply directly using this link. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled. Materials should include a cover letter and CV. Candidates advanced in the process will be required to provide the names and contact information of five references. References will not be contacted without prior knowledge and approval of candidates.

Inquiries and nominations are treated confidentially and can be sent to Jennifer Muller, Managing Partner with Academic Career & Executive Search: Jennifer@ACESrch.com.

Candidates advanced in the process will be required to provide a Diversity Statement. Information regarding Hartwick College’s Diversity Statement is located at: https://www.hartwick.edu/campus-life/intercultural-affairs/diversity-at-hartwick/

Hartwick College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, veteran, or marital status. We welcome applications from the community, alumni, and the general public.


Director of the Center for Student Success

Date: November 23, 2020
Title: Director of the Center for Student Success

Description: Reporting to the Assistant Vice President for Student Success, the Director of the Center for Student Success manages the operations of the Center for Student Success; ensures the effectiveness of academic advising, academic support and accessibility; supervises CSS staff; The Director works collaboratively with College leadership, faculty, staff, and students to build and sustain a culture of care and academic success at Hartwick College.

Responsibilities

  • Leads the Center for Student Success (CSS):
    • Supervises Director of Academic Support, Associate Director of Academic & Pre-professional Advising, Director of AccessAbility Services, Coordinator of CSS Operations.
    • Provides strategic direction, leadership, and management for the Center for Student Success;
    • Supervises and promotes the professional development of CSS staff;
    • Oversees daily operations to ensure that tutoring, learning support services, early alert, academic probation, exit interviews, AccessAbility Services and other CSS programs are functioning at the highest level of effectiveness;
    • Supervises the Associate Director of Academic and Pre-Professional Advising and assures the effectiveness of general faculty academic advising through professional development, evaluation, and assessment.
  • Assists in College-wide retention, persistence, and academic achievement efforts:
    • Directs the planning and delivery of the academic components of the first year experience including, advising and other academic programming during orientation, new student course scheduling process, etc.;
    • Serves on the CARE committee and other committees as assigned;
    • Consults and collaborates with staff and faculty to promote a College-wide approach to student persistence and success;
    • Provides reports on student retention and success to the Senior Vice President for Enrollment and Student Success, the President and as appropriate the campus community;
    • Advises the Senior Vice President of Enrollment & Student Success and AVP for Student Success on matters related to student success;
    • Performs other duties as assigned by the Senior VP of Enrollment and Student Success
    • and AVP for Student Success.
  • It is expected that the director will be active in the lives of our students with participation and attendance at campus events and activities like but not limited to plays, lectures, concerts, athletic events, etc.
  • The director will participate in all campus events like Commencement, True Blue Weekend, WickWeek, Student Showcase, Honors Convocation, Admissions events, Welcome Weekend, etc.
  • Comply with all applicable College, Federal, State, local and associational laws, rules and regulations.
  • As a representative of the College, comport oneself in a professional manner at all times, both on and off campus.

Qualifications: Minimum requirements are a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, but master’s degree is preferred, with a minimum of 5-7 years of progressive experience in student support, teaching, administration, etc.

  • Strong understanding of student development theory and practice in retention and student success, including learning support services, student orientation, tutoring and supplemental instruction, academic advising and coaching, student success programming, academic probation services, etc.;
  • Ability to work with and energize diverse constituencies and programs from across campus to support institutional goals;
  • Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing to a broad constituency, including administrators, faculty, staff, students, and parents;
  • Knowledge of, and demonstrated ability in, higher education academic administration, including working familiarity with the range of activities typically undertaken in an Office of Student Success;
  • Strong leadership, supervision and personnel management skills and a working knowledge of effective decision-making techniques;
  • Ability to manage complex tasks effectively, including exceptional attention to detail, organization, timeliness, and follow through;
  • Excellent interpersonal skills enabling successful functioning in a team environment;
  • Strong capability to leverage computers and other information technologies in support of assessment, retention, and other data analysis tasks;
  • Ability to demonstrate a personal philosophy of care for others;
  • Ability to value diversity and work with those from different backgrounds;
  • Commitment to supporting students in their work.

To apply for the Director of the Center for Student Success position, please click here.  All applicants are asked to submit the following materials with their online applications:

  • A cover letter;
  • A resume; 
  • A Diversity Statement that addresses how your past and/or potential contributions to diversity will support Hartwick College’s Diversity Statement (https://www.hartwick.edu/campus-life/intercultural-affairs/diversity-at-hartwick/); and
  • The names and contact information for three references, with annotation regarding how the reference is related to you and your work (at least one of your references must be from a current and/or previous supervisor).

Applications may also be mailed to the Office of Human Resources, Hartwick College, P.O. Box 4020, Oneonta, NY 13820. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.


Director of the Quantitative Literacy Center

Date: September 16, 2020
Title: Director of the Quantitative Literacy Center

Description: Under the supervision of the Assistant Provost for Academic Affairs, inaugurate and oversee administration of the Quantitative Literacy Center, a new campus-wide resource for students who love math or want to improve their math skills in support of new Promise Core learning outcomes for all students. Collaborate with faculty and staff regarding quantitative needs of students, including development of content on big data analytics that can be delivered in both face-to-face and online modalities.  Oversee hiring, training and supervising tutors as well as all Center activities. Maintain an awareness of best practices and trends related to measuring and improving quantitative skills among college students. This is a full-time, 11 month position (August 1 – June 30).

Responsibilities:

  1. Overall responsibilities
    • Identify, hire, train and supervise instructors, student tutors, interns and work-study students
    • Manage program budgets in collaboration with the Office and Budget Manager in Academic Affairs
    • Collaborate with faculty and staff
    • Contribute to initiatives within the Office of Academic Affairs
    • Represent the program to public and private groups as requested by the Assistant Provost
  1. Oversee administration of the Quantitative Literacy Center and associated campus programming
    • Offer a pre-semester meeting with instructors and regularly through each semester to establish understanding of learning outcomes and assure program success
    • Administer first- and second-year placement exams and lists of Math placement assignments and others as needed
    • Monitor efficacy of placement process, resolve student complaints, and advise students on subsequent support opportunities
    • Observe and provide feedback to instructors on pedagogy and program goals
    • Complete regular reports to the Assistant Provost, Committee on the Assessment of General Education, or as otherwise requested
    • Teach up to two (2) courses per year, as assigned by the Assistant Provost in consultation with the Math and Sciences Department Chairs
    • Additional teaching limited to overloads approved by the Provost 
    • Lead annual quantitative literacy workshops
  1. Oversee administration of Quantitative Literacy Center
    • Develop a strategy for delivering services effectively across campus for every student, every time, consistent with Flight Path work
    • Oversee the safety, effectiveness, and operations of the Center and any subsequent locations
    • Represent the Center to public and private groups as requested by the Assistant Provost
  1. Additional responsibilities
    • Collaborate on support services offered to students across campus, including the Writing Center, The Center for Student Success, members of student Guidance Teams
    • Maintain an awareness of best practices and trends related to improving quantitative competencies of college students
    • Suggest annual opportunities for professional development supported by the Provost
    • Serve on committees as assigned by the Assistant Provost
    • Participate in signature College events such as Opening Convocation, Honors Convocation, Commencement, Student Scholarship Showcase, Admissions Open Houses, Welcome Weekend, True Blue Weekend, and other events as specified by supervisor
    • Comply with all applicable College, federal, state, local, and associational laws, rules, and regulations
    • As a representative of the College, comport oneself in a professional manner at all times, both on and off campus
    • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:  The minimum requirements for this position are a Master’s degree in math, math education or a related field from a regionally accredited college or university and at least 3 years of teaching experience at the college level.  Prior experience within a student support center preferred.

  • Ability to train and supervise student tutors
  • Ability to track performance both of student tutors and of Center clientele
  • Exceptional communication skills as evidenced in interviews, writing samples, and as addressed by professional references
  • Diplomacy and tact in engaging with Hartwick students, faculty, staff, and alumni
  • Knowledge of appropriate software (Microsoft suite) and familiarity with learning management systems such as Desire to Learn (D2L) and student success software such as Navigate

To apply for the Director of the Quantitative Literacy Center position, please click here.  All applicants are asked to submit the following materials with their online applications:

  • A cover letter;
  • A resume; 
  • A Diversity Statement that addresses how your past and/or potential contributions to diversity will support Hartwick College’s Diversity Statement (https://www.hartwick.edu/campus-life/intercultural-affairs/diversity-at-hartwick/); and
  • The names and contact information for three references, with annotation regarding how the reference is related to you and your work (at least one of your references must be from a current and/or previous supervisor).

Applications may also be mailed to the Office of Human Resources, Hartwick College, P.O. Box 4020, Oneonta, NY 13820. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.


Director of Student and Community Engagement

Date: November 23, 2020
Title:  Director of Student and Community Engagement

Description: The Director of Student and Community Engagement facilitates student engagement to create a vibrant, active campus life that attracts and retains students.  The Director approaches engagement in a broad sense intentionally structuring opportunities to facilitate community involvement and to stimulate student engagement to create an exciting campus community on and off campus.   This professional directly oversees, Commuter Student Engagement, Community Engagement, Leadership Development, Dewar Union, Student Engagement Assessment and Compliance, and oversight of Presence. This position is responsible for enhancing student engagement that promotes learning, student retention and a seamless experience between the department’s functions and the division and institution’s vision, mission and strategies. This position also has direct supervision of the Assistant Director of Student Engagement, Coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Life and Coordinator of Civic Engagement.

Responsibilities
Programming

  • Plan, develop and implement programs that will aid in the operation and continued positive growth of students.
  • Integrate all programming to animate and lift FlightPath to fulfill the Student and Community Engagement unit plans and support unit plans across the College including but not limited to FYS, J-term Discovery Trips and 21st Century Modules.
  • Collaborate across campus to ensure and market a lively campus atmosphere, including but not limited to, Welcome Weekend, True Blue Weekend, Halloween programming and January Term.
  • Develop and maintain good working relationships with vendors, agencies and Oneonta community members.
  • Oversee the Assistant Director of Student Engagement/ large scale/major annual events affiliated with Student Engagement.

Dewar Union

  • Implements Dewar Union policies, including student organization office check out.
  • Approves outside vendor use of campus space in Dewar Union.
  • Approves advertising by outside vendors in Dewar Union.
  • Works with facilities to assure maintenance of the Dewar Union space.
  • Collaborates with building partners on a daily basis.

Engagement

  • Participate in citywide committees and community efforts off campus.
  • Create an assessment plan to measure engagement and satisfaction.
  • Oversee and lead a team of people in FlightPath unit plans focusing on engagement, mentorship, development of 21st century skills, etc.
  • Primary administer for the student engagement platform, Presence.
  • Coordinate the Student Leadership Awards.

Administrative

  • Prepares and oversees budgets and finances for Student and Community Engagement.
  • Oversee the use and functionality of Presence (software for registration, finance and event registration).
  • Coordinate off campus and commuter student engagement resources.
  • Comply with all applicable College, Federal, State, local and associational laws, rules and regulations.
  • Participate in all campus wide events including but not limited to Commencement Weekend, True Blue Weekend, admissions events, and WickWeek.
  • Oversee Student Engagement assessment and compliance (like WHRO).
  • As a representative of the College, comport oneself in a professional manner at all times, both on and off campus.
  • Supervise the student staff of Community Engagement Office.
  • Lead and support 3 full time professional staff member and student staff as assigned.

Qualifications: Minimum requirements for this position are a Masters’ degree from an accredited college or university in higher education or a related field preferred with 3-5 years of progressive experience with leadership, budgeting and strong programming required.

The physical demands of this position include regularly sitting with extensive use of the computer.  Additionally, the position is occasionally required to stand and walk for long periods of time in varying hot/cold weather when running various events.  These events may occur two to four times per month.  Position occasionally has to lift up to 100 pounds.

To apply for the Director of Student and Community Engagement position, please click here.  All applicants are asked to submit the following materials with their online applications:

  • A cover letter;
  • A resume; 
  • A Diversity Statement that addresses how your past and/or potential contributions to diversity will support Hartwick College’s Diversity Statement (https://www.hartwick.edu/campus-life/intercultural-affairs/diversity-at-hartwick/); and
  • The names and contact information for three references, with annotation regarding how the reference is related to you and your work (at least one of your references must be from a current and/or previous supervisor).

Applications may also be mailed to the Office of Human Resources, Hartwick College, P.O. Box 4020, Oneonta, NY 13820. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.


Director of Telecommunications and Copy/Mail Services

Date: September 15, 2020
Title: Director of Telecommunications and Copy/Mail Services

Description: Under the supervision of the Executive Director of Information Technology, the Director of the Telecommunications and Document Management Services has overall responsibility for the operations of the Telecommunications and Copy/Mail Center.  Supervises one staff employee and four student employees. Coordinates with the. Telecommunications and Networking Associate for operation of the VoIP system.

Responsibilities:

Telephone Services

  • Configure and maintain telephone and voicemail assignments via the system software
  • Coordinate with the Telcom and Networking Associate who supports the technical infrastructure and equipment
  • Manage troubleshooting and service requests
  • Coordinate with the systems vendors and the contracted support companies
  • For College offices, research and advise on telecommunications services and products
  • Plan and maintain the quality of services

Mail Services

  • Manage operations with USPS, UPS, FedEx, DHL and other shippers
  • Operate equipment and software associated with those services
  • Manage financial transactions including chargebacks to College offices and departments
  • Maintain service and financial records
  • Plan and maintain the quality of services

Copy and Print Services

  • Manage a range of copy and print services to support academic and administrative work at the College
  • Operate equipment and software associated with those services
  • Manage financial transactions including chargebacks to College offices and departments
  • Maintain service and financial records
  • Plan and maintain the quality of services

Participation in major campus events, including Welcome Weekend, True Blue Weekend, and Commencement Weekend

Expected to comply with all applicable College, Federal, State, local and associational regulations.

As a representative of the College, expected to comport him/herself in a professional manner at all times, both on and off campus.

Qualifications:  The minimum requirements for this position are a High School Diploma; A.A./A.S. preferred in a business or technical field with a minimum of 3 years of management or supervisory experience in a service environment.  Experience in a retail service setting is strongly preferred. Experience with print/copy and mail/parcel services is required.

  • A proactive service ethic, tact under pressure, and demonstrated ability to communicate and work collaboratively with all levels of technical and professional staff, senior IT management and all sectors of the user community
  • Budgeting and business operations
  • Evaluate and think creatively to solve problems
  • Work as an effective member of the Information Technology team
  • Work both “hands on” and conceptually as needed and be able to juggle multiple priorities including a mix of operational responsibilities and projects within an environment characterized by changing technical and support requirements
  • The Director is frequently required to sit, stand and walk stairs and hills to other areas on campus, lift cases of paper, packages, hardware equipment from machine room building to remote buildings. Drive to local service vendors as needed in providing customer support to another campus employee.  At times, determine and measure color quality of copy/print materials; or for monitoring the VoIP telephone and voice mail system performance. This position involves the use of computer systems. The Director is frequently typing and viewing computer screens or monitors, multi-tasking with talking and listening are frequent activities. 
  • The Director may lift and/or move up to 50 pounds; lifting and moving of items of greater weight is typically assisted by use of a handcart.

To apply for the Director of Telecommunications and Copy/Mail Services position, please click here.  All applicants are asked to submit the following materials with their online applications:

  • A cover letter;
  • A resume; 
  • A Diversity Statement that addresses how your past and/or potential contributions to diversity will support Hartwick College’s Diversity Statement (https://www.hartwick.edu/campus-life/intercultural-affairs/diversity-at-hartwick/); and
  • The names and contact information for three references, with annotation regarding how the reference is related to you and your work (at least one of your references must be from a current and/or previous supervisor).

Applications may also be mailed to the Office of Human Resources, Hartwick College, P.O. Box 4020, Oneonta, NY 13820. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.


Human Resources Coordinator

Date: September 8, 2020
Title: Human Resources Coordinator

Description:  Under the supervision of the Chief Human Resource Officer, the Human Resources Coordinator performs a wide variety of administrative duties in a fast-paced environment. The HR Coordinator holds responsibilities for fringe benefits administration, employment and orientation processes and supports the CHRO with a wide array of administrative functions. The Coordinator fosters positive employee relations and offers counsel and advice relative to fringe benefits, recruitment, college procedures/policies and federal/state mandates.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Assures all new employee paperwork and processes are in place. Initiates, maintains and updates employee files and other relevant HR systems.
  • Prepare appointment letters, maintains employee database, and works with other departments to assure smooth onboarding transition to new employees.
  • Conduct individual employee orientations, and coordinate group orientation sessions as needed.
  • Prepare job descriptions, postings, advertisements for non-faculty positions. Review and approve ads for internal and external publications.
  • Answer candidate inquiries relative to employment and benefits. Process background checks for new employees and new Board of Trustees as requested by President’s office.
  • Event scheduling and coordination, including the annual service years award ceremony, Employee Wellness Fair and other employee events.
  • Fringe benefits administration to including monitoring statutory and fringe benefit plans and assisting employees with enrollment, cancellations, changes, problem resolution. Processes enrollment changes for new, existing and retired employees.
  • Works with Financial Aid and Student Payroll to orient students and supervisors on processes and other important protocol relating to student employees.
  • Maintain organizational charts and update Employee Handbook as necessary.
  • Assist Title IX Coordinator/College Compliance Officer to coordinate hearings, investigations and other time-sensitive administrative functions.
  • Coordinate summer employment process and serve as primary contact for all questions relative to summer employment.
  • Prepare employment transition paperwork for departing employees, process cancellations for various benefits. Performs exit interviews with departing staff.
  • Advise supervisors/answer inquiries relative to recruiting and selecting employees.
  • Assist with recruitment processes including use of applicant tracking system as needed. Monitor advertisement efforts and candidate pool; track and maintain EEO reports through ATS.
  • Prepare reports, mailing lists and queries for the HR office and other departments as necessary. Assist with assessments and tracking as needed.
  • Assist in a variety of departmental projects including compliance, research, statistical reports/surveys, training and development, employee relations, etc.
  • Serves on search committees and other committees as needed.
  • Participate in and support student internship opportunities and other FlightPath initiatives as indicated in the HR Unit Plan.
  • Comply with all applicable College, Federal, State, local, and associational laws, rules and regulations.
  • Create and maintain positive relationships with all internal and external constituents.
  • Participate in significant campus activities, including Welcome Weekend, True Blue Weekend, and Commencement Weekend.
  • As a representative of the College, comport oneself in a professional manner at all times, both on and off campus.
  • Other job related duties as assigned

Qualifications:  Minimum requirements for this position are an Associate’s degree or equivalent from an accredited college or university in Business, Human Resources or a comparable field with between 1 to 3 years of experience in a related field/position.  Will consider some college with 3-5 years of experience.  Bachelor’s degree preferred.

  • Progressive Human Resources experience
  • Ability to present information in a clear and concise manner
  • Ability to collaborate with others
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Excellent problem solving abilities
  • Ability to perform mathematical calculations with a high level of accuracy
  • Experience in higher education environment is helpful
  • Experience in word processing, spreadsheet and database applications; experience with Microsoft software (Office, Word, Excel, Power Point, etc.) required.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to work in a fast paced and demanding environment
  • Ability to be flexible and multi-task
  • Ability to anticipate needs

To apply for the Human Resources Coordinator position, please click here.  All applicants are asked to submit the following materials with their online applications:

  • A cover letter;
  • A resume; 
  • A Diversity Statement that addresses how your past and/or potential contributions to diversity will support Hartwick College’s Diversity Statement (https://www.hartwick.edu/campus-life/intercultural-affairs/diversity-at-hartwick/); and
  • The names and contact information for three references, with annotation regarding how the reference is related to you and your work (at least one of your references must be from a current and/or previous supervisor).

Applications may also be mailed to the Office of Human Resources, Hartwick College, P.O. Box 4020, Oneonta, NY 13820. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled. 


Leadership Annual Giving Officer

Date: November 4, 2020
Title: Leadership Annual Giving Officer

Description:  Under the supervision of the Assistant Vice President for Development, the Leadership Annual Giving Officers are key members of the Development staff, contributing significantly with programming focused on unrestricted annual and special giving programs.

They will plan, implement, manage, and assess Hartwick’s annual giving program with specific revenue goals, including: 

  • Manage a portfolio of and solicit gifts from donors at the leadership annual giving level between $1,000 and $25,000
  • Prepare direct mail and electronic solicitations
  • Coordinate digital and social media giving campaigns
  • Coordinate employee and parent and family giving campaigns
  • Manage special projects assigned by senior leadership
  • Lead student giving and alumni reunion programming and solicitations
  • Supervise student calling operations
  • Manage annual giving budget

Responsibilities:

  • Plan and implement two annual philanthropy days–Giving Tuesday and Hartwick’s Day of Giving (April)—including goal setting, strategy and tactics development, and outcome measurement reporting.
  • Collaborate closely with the Marketing Communications and Digital Communication teams to design and manage all direct mail operations, electronic solicitations, and digital and social media solicitations for annual giving programs.
    • Giving Tuesday programming
    • Hartwick’s Annual Day of Giving (April)
    • College Advancement crowdfunding initiatives
  • Co-supervise the Student Calling Program
    • Recruit, hire, train, and manage a staff of approximately 12 student callers, 2-3 student supervisors, and office work-study students
    • Manage calling sessions
    • Develop scripts, rebuttals, new/returning caller training materials, and fulfillment paperwork as needed
    • Coordinate scheduling and payroll for all student workers
    • Maintain daily statistics and provide progress reports as needed
  • As a representative of the College, must comport oneself in a professional manner at all times, both on and off campus
  • Comply with all applicable College, Federal, State, local and associational regulations
  • Participate in significant campus activities including Welcome Weekend, True Blue Weekend, and Commencement Weekend
  • Perform other job-related duties as assigned

Qualifications: Minimum qualifications for this position are a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university.  Supervisory experience, specifically for college students or young adults, and experience in higher education or nonprofit fundraising is preferred.

Must have the ability to develop strategies to achieve fundraising goals, analyze results and adjust plans to reflect those results.  A high level of verbal and written communication skills across multiple disciplines is required.  The position requires the ability to work independently on complex projects and yet maintain close connection with colleagues from all departments.  Ability to meet deadlines.  Ability to multi-task with strong organizational skills.  Must exhibit integrity and professionalism.  Understanding of budgets and resource allocation.  Knowledge of Microsoft Software (Word, Excel, Access and Outlook) and must be able to use all types of standard office equipment.  The candidate must have a valid driver’s license and be insurable by the College.

To apply for the Leadership Annual Giving Officer position, please click here.  All applicants are asked to submit the following materials with their online applications:

  • A cover letter;
  • A resume; 
  • A Diversity Statement that addresses how your past and/or potential contributions to diversity will support Hartwick College’s Diversity Statement (https://www.hartwick.edu/campus-life/intercultural-affairs/diversity-at-hartwick/); and
  • The names and contact information for three references, with annotation regarding how the reference is related to you and your work (at least one of your references must be from a current and/or previous supervisor).

Applications may also be mailed to the Office of Human Resources, Hartwick College, P.O. Box 4020, Oneonta, NY 13820. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.


Major Gifts Officer

Date: November 4, 2020
Title: Major Gifts Officer

Description:  Reporting to the Assistant Vice President for Development, the Major Gifts Officer will personally manage a portfolio of approximately 125 of the College’s donor prospects and is responsible for developing and implementing strategies to ensure proper identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of those prospects. 

Responsibilities:

  • Cultivate, solicit and steward major gift prospects
  • Consistently enter all donor contacts, proposals, and updates into the donor database
  • Collaborate with all College Advancement colleagues, members of the Board of Trustees, and key volunteers regarding cultivation and solicitation strategies following Hartwick moves management procedures
  • Provide thoughtful, consistent and appropriate stewardship through timely submission of reports
  • Create and maintain positive relationships with all internal and external constituents
  • Participate in all College Advancement activities which include but are not limited to donor events and campus activities
  • Regular travel during evenings and on weekends (participate in zoom meetings during COVID-19 travel ban during weekends and evenings)
  • As a representative of the College, must comport oneself in a professional manner at all times, both on and off campus
  • Comply with all applicable College, Federal, State, local and associational regulations
  • Participate in significant campus activities including Welcome Weekend, True Blue Weekend, and Commencement Weekend
  • Perform other job-related duties as assigned

Minimum qualifications for this position are a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, and a minimum of five (5) years of related experience including cultivation and solicitation of individual donors.  Candidates with relevant experience in corporate sales and marketing will be considered and are encouraged to apply.  Candidates from remote locations will be considered.

Must have the ability to develop strategies to achieve fundraising goals, analyze results and adjust plans to reflect those results.  A high level of verbal and written communication skills across multiple disciplines is required.  The position requires the ability to work independently on complex projects and yet maintain close connection with colleagues from all departments.  Ability to meet deadlines.  Ability to multi-task with strong organizational skills.  Must exhibit integrity and professionalism.  Understanding of budgets and resource allocation.  Knowledge of Microsoft Software (Word, Excel, Access and Outlook) and must be able to use all types of standard office equipment.  The candidate must have a valid driver’s license and be insurable by the College.

To apply for the Major Gifts Officer position, please click here.  All applicants are asked to submit the following materials with their online applications:

  • A cover letter;
  • A resume; 
  • A Diversity Statement that addresses how your past and/or potential contributions to diversity will support Hartwick College’s Diversity Statement (https://www.hartwick.edu/campus-life/intercultural-affairs/diversity-at-hartwick/); and
  • The names and contact information for three references, with annotation regarding how the reference is related to you and your work (at least one of your references must be from a current and/or previous supervisor).

Applications may also be mailed to the Office of Human Resources, Hartwick College, P.O. Box 4020, Oneonta, NY 13820. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.


Staff Nurse

Date: December 22, 2020
Title: Staff Nurse

Description:  The staff nurse at Perrella Health Center utilizes nursing skills and knowledge to assist a diverse population of students to realize optimum physical, emotional, intellectual, and social well-being by facilitating preventative health care, assisting with care of ill or injured students, and by promoting healthcare education that assists students to become educated consumers of health services.  The staff nurse also plays a role in assuring that students are in compliance with College, State, and Federal regulations regarding health requirements.

Responsibilities:

  • Facilitates medical visits: Obtains and documents pre-visit data including vital signs, chief complaint, and other screening data appropriate for the visit.
  • Implements the treatment plan: Follows provider orders to obtain and label lab specimens (may include venipuncture) for transport according to OSHA standards, label medications to be dispensed from in-house formulary, provide vaccinations, provide medication or diagnosis specific education, document appropriately for billing/insurance and statistical tracking purposes, and facilitate the referral process for off-campus testing or appointments if indicated.
  • Schedules nurse and provider appointments: Assists administrative assistant with scheduling of routine appointments and collaborates with provider when necessary to determine if referral to urgent care or emergent care services is indicated.
  • COVID-19 case management.
  • Complies with health care standards for documentation of interactions with students, parents, faculty, staff, and outside agencies.
  • Assists director with review of student health forms and immunization records for compliance with College, State, and National requirements: Reviews forms of all incoming 1st year and  transfer students, international students, all new and returning scholar athletes, and all students in the nursing major annually.
  • Monitors inventory and submits requisitions for purchase of necessary medications, and medical office supplies. Assists with office maintenance duties when not providing direct patient care.  
  • Participates in staff meetings, patient care conferences, and continuing education and provides guidance for student workers (work-study).
  • Assists with health requirement review and care of youth summer sports campers
  • Maintains good customer service standards.
  • Participate in all campus wide events including but not limited to Commencement Weekend, True Blue Weekend, and Welcome Weekend.
  • Comply with all applicable College, Federal, State, local and associational laws, rules and regulations.
  • As a representative of the College, comport oneself in a professional manner at all times, both on and off campus.

Qualifications:

The minimum requirements for this position are completion of the educational requirements necessary for NYS licensure as a licensed practical (LPN) or registered nurse (RN) and at least 2 years of clinical nursing experience.  Must have a current NYS license as a LPN or RN.  Experience in phlebotomy is preferred. Candidates must meet all current mandated NYS professional nursing requirements including being current in infection control and holding CPR certification. A valid driver’s license is required.

The successful candidate for this position will demonstrate a dedication to customer service and provision of health care services to a diverse student population while interacting as a member of the health care team. Candidates must possess strong interpersonal communication skills, the ability to work well as a member of an aligned professional team, and basic computer skills.

To apply for the Staff Nurse position, please click here.  All applicants are asked to submit the following materials with their online applications:

  • A cover letter;
  • A resume; 
  • A Diversity Statement that addresses how your past and/or potential contributions to diversity will support Hartwick College’s Diversity Statement (https://www.hartwick.edu/campus-life/intercultural-affairs/diversity-at-hartwick/); and
  • The names and contact information for three references, with annotation regarding how the reference is related to you and your work (at least one of your references must be from a current and/or previous supervisor).

Applications may also be mailed to the Office of Human Resources, Hartwick College, P.O. Box 4020, Oneonta, NY 13820. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.


Student Success Coach

Date: July 7, 2020
Title: Student Success Coach

Description:  The Student Success Coach (SSC) provides proactive, holistic guidance and support to a cadre of entering first-year students and serves as the leader of their professional Guidance Teams (consisting of an academic advisor, career coach, and alumni mentor among others).  The SSC is a high-energy, engaged supporter of each student and is responsible for oversight of a customized learning pathway consisting of both curricular and co-curricular experiences.  The SSC successfully builds trust and nurtures the student through their entire Hartwick College journey towards both a good living and a good life.

Responsibilities:

  • As part of a campus team of Student Success Coaches, utilize life coaching, motivational, customer service and support strategies to engage a caseload of approximately 75 Hartwick College students and propel each student to graduation, a good living, and a good life.
  • Serve as the lead staff member of each student’s Guidance Team consisting of an academic advisor appropriate to the major, career coach, and alumni mentor (may be supplemented by Peer Mentors and/or additional faculty and staff).
  • Coordinate regular communications, meetings, and status updates concerned with the holistic development of each student, from enrollment to graduation including transition to college, orientation, course planning and registration, academic achievement, co-curricular experiences, campus and community engagement, and wellness. Help students overcome challenges and grow.
  • Maintain close tracking of student progress on their pathway using advising software, a customer relationship management (CRM) package, retention software such as EAB Navigate, and timely reports on caseload management.
  • Develop and maintain awareness of all major components of campus life, including curricula, campus calendars, student services, facilities and operations to assist students as their primary contact person at the College.
  • Be an active, engaged supporter of each assigned student inclusive of being present at significant student-centered events including presentations, performances, Greek Life, athletic and club events, including some evening and weekend dates.
  • In cooperation with other campus units including the Career Center, assist students with finding work experiences related to their goals, including on- and off-campus opportunities such as work study, departmental employment, internships, and service learning.
  • In cooperation with other campus units including Alumni Relations, help connect students to Hartwick Alumni and in turn, bring new graduates into mentoring roles supporting those that come after them.
  • As a representative of the College, must comport oneself in a professional manner at all times, both on and off campus.
  • Comply with all applicable College, Federal, State, local and associational regulations.
  • Participate on assigned committees such as the Care Group and major campus events including Welcome Weekend, True Blue Weekend, and Commencement Weekend.

Qualifications:  Minimum requirements for this position are a Bachelor’s degree from regionally-accredited college or university with 3 or more years of highly participatory, successful student support experience in higher education; candidates with a Master’s degree in education, psychology, professional development, or another human/social services field preferred, as are other credentials and experience in academic advising, coaching and/or customer service.

  • High-energy and enthusiasm to motivate college students and propel them to success.
  • Agility in a dynamic environment to achieve results as measured by student persistence, engagement, satisfaction, and graduation.
  • Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, both verbal and written. Proficiency in a second language helpful.
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and collaboratively, maintain confidentiality and abide by institutional policies and procedures.
  • Ability to work effectively with students, faculty, staff, family, and others from a variety of different backgrounds, experiences and abilities.
  • Demonstrated excellence in planning and organizing work and records, coordinating with others to complete tasks in a timely manner, following up, and bringing work flows to a successful conclusion.
  • Knowledge of student development theories, curricular design, and advising best practices.
  • Demonstrable proficiency with MS Word, Excel, Google electronic mail, and database software.

To apply for the Student Success Coach position, please click here. All applicants are asked to submit the following materials with their online applications:

  • A cover letter;
  • A resume; 
  • A Diversity Statement that addresses how your past and/or potential contributions to diversity will support Hartwick College’s Diversity Statement (https://www.hartwick.edu/campus-life/intercultural-affairs/diversity-at-hartwick/); and
  • The names and contact information for three references, with annotation regarding how the reference is related to you and your work (at least one of your references must be from a current and/or previous supervisor).

Applications may also be mailed to the Office of Human Resources, Hartwick College, P.O. Box 4020, Oneonta, NY 13820. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.


Student Success Specialist

Date: November 23, 2020
Title: Student Success Specialist

Description:  Reporting to the Director of the Center for Student Success, the Student Success Specialist provides support to at-risk students identified through early alert, grade reports, and registration initiatives.  The Student Success Specialist also works as part of a team with responsibility for managing the academic probation and tutoring programs.  Academic probation program responsibilities include developing, teaching, and assessing Success Strategies 101 and January Term probation programming.  Coordination of the tutoring program includes recruiting, hiring and managing tutors, monitoring appointment requests, and advertising tutoring services to the campus community. This is a 10 month position.

Responsibilities

  • Conducts outreach and intervention for at-risk students; manages support for students identified through early alerts and grade reports; participates in CSS and Registrar efforts to encourage registration for students who miss their registration periods.
  • Provides coaching to a caseload of probation students and assists with the coordination of coaching for all students on probation. This includes training other coaches and tracking coaching activities.
  • Contributes to the curriculum development, teaching, and assessment of Success Strategies 101 and January Term probation programming; trains and supports additional instructors and peer leaders.
  • Contributes to the planning and implementation of the CSS peer tutoring programming; assists with the recruitment, training, and supervision of student tutors.
  • Assesses the needs of Hartwick’s student population as related to academic skills, dispositions and plans; facilitates and/or coordinates workshops and other resources to help students improve their skills; advises the Director of Academic Support on student retention and success issues.
  • Maintains good customer service standards.
  • Comply with all applicable College, federal, state, local, and associational laws, rules and regulations.
  • Participates in significant campus activities, such as open houses, Honors Convocation, Commencement Weekend, Welcome Weekend, and True Blue Weekend.
  • As a representative of the College, comports oneself in a professional manner at all times, both on and off campus.
  • Maintains current knowledge of theories and best practices for supporting student success.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: Minimum requirements for this position are a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college, university or technical school and 1-3 years of relevant experience.  Clean driving record and valid driver’s license.

  • Individual coaching or counseling of students (high school or college).
  • Knowledge of best practices in student retention and success.
  • Ability to work in partnership with colleagues and faculty.
  • Strong writing and verbal skills.
  • Commitment to working with diverse individuals.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite especially Excel as well as Google Drive/Documents

To apply for the Student Success Specialist position, please click here.  All applicants are asked to submit the following materials with their online applications:

  • A cover letter;
  • A resume; 
  • A Diversity Statement that addresses how your past and/or potential contributions to diversity will support Hartwick College’s Diversity Statement (https://www.hartwick.edu/campus-life/intercultural-affairs/diversity-at-hartwick/); and
  • The names and contact information for three references, with annotation regarding how the reference is related to you and your work (at least one of your references must be from a current and/or previous supervisor).

Applications may also be mailed to the Office of Human Resources, Hartwick College, P.O. Box 4020, Oneonta, NY 13820. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.


Technical Specialist in Chemistry

Date: September 16, 2020
Title: Technical Specialist in Chemistry

Description:  Under the supervision of the Chair of the Chemistry Department, the Technical Specialist in Chemistry supports science learning for majors and non-majors, including the acquisition of skills applicable to entry-level technical jobs.  The Technical Specialist will ensure that our chemistry laboratories and instrumentation are safe, clean, and run efficiently to support student learning in the Promise Core, advanced courses, and with undergraduate research projects. As a support person to the department and as supervisor of some work study students, the Technical Specialist will help students develop new skills and work experience that will translate to their FlightPath and resume.  The Technical Specialist develops and maintains hazard awareness and safety protocols in accordance with regulatory agencies (NYSDOH, DEC), and works in coordination with the Chemical Hygiene Office of the College to Maintain the Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) file for all chemicals in stock.

Responsibilities:

  • The Technical Specialist is responsible for troubleshooting and maintenance of all instrumentation owned by the Department of Chemistry.
  • Teach up to two, 100-level sections of Chemistry Laboratory per semester
  • Assist faculty and students with locating and procuring supplies, including placing orders, following up on problems with vendors, repair technicians, and receiving and distributing new materials
  • Maintain a chemical and equipment inventory in an orderly fashion, including hard and digital data bases and help develop and maintain hazard awareness and safety protocols for the Chemistry Department
  • Maintain a record of hazardous waste produced and how it was disposed of
  • Maintain a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) file for chemicals in stock
  • Manage student workers in a productive manner
  • Instruct student workers on proper laboratory protocols
  • Train and supervise 6-8 work-study employees. This entails safety in handling hazardous chemicals and proper labeling and disposal of chemicals
  • Generate work orders
  • Ability to create and maintain positive relationships with all internal and external constituents
  • Participate in significant College events including Welcome Weekend, True Blue Weekend, and Commencement Weekend
  • Comply with all applicable College, federal, state, local and associational laws, rules and regulations
  • As a representative of the College, comport oneself in a professional manner at all times, both on and off campus
  • Perform other job related duties as assigned

Qualifications:  The minimum requirements for this position are a Master’s degree in a chemistry/scientific field as well as 3 years of experience in a similar field/position.

  • Familiarity with common chemical instrumentation including GC/MS, HPLC, and NMR
  • Laboratory teaching experience preferable
  • Basic computer skills (word processing, spreadsheets, databases)
  • Working knowledge of basic laboratory skills including chemical solutions, technical writing and laboratory safety
  • A knowledge of general, organic, and analytical chemistry, mathematics as it applies to a four-year college or university chemistry program
  • Laboratory experience working with chemicals and hazardous materials
  • High level written and verbal communication skills
  • Attention to detail is a must
  • Supervisory experience is a plus
  • Ability to be flexible

To apply for the Technical Specialist in Chemistry position, please click here.  All applicants are asked to submit the following materials with their online applications:

  • A cover letter;
  • A resume; 
  • A Diversity Statement that addresses how your past and/or potential contributions to diversity will support Hartwick College’s Diversity Statement (https://www.hartwick.edu/campus-life/intercultural-affairs/diversity-at-hartwick/); and
  • The names and contact information for three references, with annotation regarding how the reference is related to you and your work (at least one of your references must be from a current and/or previous supervisor).

Applications may also be mailed to the Office of Human Resources, Hartwick College, P.O. Box 4020, Oneonta, NY 13820. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.


Title IX Coordinator and College Compliance Officer

Date: September 8, 2020
Title: Title IX Coordinator and College Compliance Officer

Description:  Under the supervision of the Chief Human Resource Officer, the Title IX Coordinator/College Compliance Officer is the designated agent of Hartwick College with primary responsibility for coordinating the College’s compliance activities. This position will work collaboratively with the College community to ensure the College remains in compliance with Federal, State, and local statutes.

The Title IX Coordinator/College Compliance Officer will provide coordination and oversight of the College’s Title IX activities and will play a key role in the College’s collective efforts to maintain a safe and gender-equitable campus climate for all members of the Hartwick College community. This individual will work collaboratively with administrators in the offices of Student Experience including Student Conduct, Campus Safety, and Perrella Health Center; Athletics; Human Resources; Academic Affairs; College Advancement, the President’s Office; and others as appropriate with respect to overlapping obligations related to sexual misconduct and compliance with Title IX, the Violence Against Women’s Act (VAWA), the Campus Sexual Violence Elimination (SaVE) Act, the Clery Act, New York Education Law 129-B (Enough is Enough), Title VII, and New York Human Rights Law. The Title IX Coordinator/College Compliance Officer will consult regularly with campus stakeholders to promote campus-wide awareness of Sexual Misconduct. This individual will also assure that compliance related requirements, across the college, are met.

Responsibilities will include:

College Compliance

  • Monitor developments and changes in federal, state, and local compliance requirements that impact the College; inform the President, members of the Senior Administrative team and/or other College staff, as appropriate.
  • Monitor and coordinate compliance activities of other departments across the College to ensure that all compliance related requirements are met, including timely submission of required reports and required storage of documents.
  • Identify potential areas of compliance vulnerability and risk and develop corrective action plans for resolution of problematic issues, providing general guidance on proper controls.
  • Develop, maintain, and revise policies, procedures, and practices to ensure compliance with applicable federal, state and local laws and rules, and reflect best practices with regard to areas of responsibility.
  • Prepare and maintain compliance calendars for all areas of the College.
  • Manage a confidential compliance reporting system by reviewing and investigating reports of non-compliance.
  • Develop an effective compliance-training program, including appropriate introductory training for new employees as well as ongoing training for all employees and managers.
  • Act as a resource to others by answering questions and responding to compliance related requests.
  • Administer and further develop the new Compliance and Risk Management platform.  The VP of Finance will serve as a co-administrator.

Sexual Misconduct

  • Lead initiatives to develop, implement and coordinate strategic efforts aimed at the prevention of sexual violence and other forms of sex or gender-based discrimination.
  • Maintain  a system for reporting and investigative procedures that will ensure complaints, reports, and investigations of sexual misconduct are handled in a prompt, consistent, and equitable manner in accordance with regulations and the College Title IX and Sexual Misconduct policy. This includes maintaining records in the online conduct database and other electronic and paper files.  This may require meeting with and/or providing information to students or employees who believe sexual harassment, assault, or discrimination has occurred and assist persons alleging sexual harassment or gender discrimination in filing their complaint.
  • Work closely with the Athletic Director and NCAA Senior Women Administrator to develop and monitor a proactive, comprehensive gender equity plan that includes areas for assessment and articulation of measurable goals. Ensure that intercollegiate athletic participation and the treatment of athletes complies with Title IX. This includes a periodic survey of interests and abilities of all students, ongoing monitoring of requests for new sports or levels of sports, and program audits.
  • Work collaboratively with other personnel, as appropriate, to develop effective compliance training programs related to Title IX, VAWA, SaVe Act, Clery Act, and Enough is Enough including appropriate introductory training for new employees and students as well as ongoing training for all faculty, staff, and students outlining their rights and obligations under these laws and regulations.
  • Provide ongoing reviews of policies, procedures, publications and practices related to compliance with Title IX, VAWA, SaVE Act, Clery Act, and Enough is Enough. Periodically assess the efficacy of the College’s compliance these laws and regulations  by conducting periodic audits of regulatory requirements and taking appropriate action to address any systemic patterns or problems identified.
  • Ensure that appropriate Memorandum of Understandings, policies and procedures are in place for working with local law enforcement and coordinating with local victim advocacy organizations and service providers, including rape crisis centers.
  • Coordinate and/or oversee the development and implementation of regular  assessments and/or surveys, including a biennial campus climate survey, analyzing data collected  to assess the rates and nature of sexual misconduct, any location hot-spots or risk factors, knowledge of the College’s sexual misconduct policies, procedures and resources, the consequences of violating such policies, and the effectiveness of the College’s efforts to ensure that the College is free from sexual misconduct.
  • Comply with all applicable College, Federal, State, local, and associational laws, rules and regulations.
  • Participate in significant campus activities, including Welcome Weekend, True Blue Weekend, and Commencement Weekend.
  • As a representative of the College, comport him/herself in a professional manner at all times, both on and off campus.
  • Contribute to the overall success of the Office of Human Resources and the College by performing other duties and responsibilities as assigned. 

Qualifications:  Minimum requirements for this position are a Bachelor’s degree in higher education administration, human resources, or other relevant discipline; Master’s or other advanced professional degree preferred.  Experience working in human resources, student affairs, and/or regulatory compliance strongly recommended; higher education experience is preferred. Evidence of developed collaboration, planning, analytic, and problem resolution abilities is required.  Title IX training or certification preferred.  Compliance training or certification preferred.

  • Demonstrated knowledge of and ability to interpret federal and state non-discrimination laws and regulations, including Title IX, sexual harassment and other applicable laws and regulations is required as is experience in complaint resolution, investigations, and grievances.
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Excellent judgment and decision making abilities
  • Ability to understand the needs of the College and to work collaboratively with students, faculty, staff, administrators and community partners
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and Google Suite applications.
  • Proficiency with database management systems.

To apply for the Title IX Coordinator and College Compliance Officer position, please click here.  All applicants are asked to submit the following materials with their online applications:

  • A cover letter;
  • A resume; 
  • A Diversity Statement that addresses how your past and/or potential contributions to diversity will support Hartwick College’s Diversity Statement (https://www.hartwick.edu/campus-life/intercultural-affairs/diversity-at-hartwick/); and
  • The names and contact information for three references, with annotation regarding how the reference is related to you and your work (at least one of your references must be from a current and/or previous supervisor).

Applications may also be mailed to the Office of Human Resources, Hartwick College, P.O. Box 4020, Oneonta, NY 13820. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.

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