Bronx

Monroe College's Bronx campus is an ideal urban campus located in the bustling Fordham section.

New Rochelle

Located in downtown New Rochelle, the Monroe College New Rochelle campus is nestled in a diverse, thriving suburban community in Westchester County.

St. Lucia

The scenic Monroe College St. Lucia campus in Barnard Hill Castries on the Caribbean island of St. Lucia combines the best of many worlds.

Queens

Monroe's Queens Extension Center is located in the heart of downtown Flushing, a vibrant and ethnically mixed district of Queens.

  • Graduate Admissions Counselor-Queens Site

    ROLE OVERVIEW

    The King Graduate School at Monroe College is looking for a Graduate Admissions Counselor to play a key role in its Flushing, Queens Extension Center. This individual possess excellent communication and organization skills as well as proficiency with technology. This individual will have a leadership role in building enrollment at the extension site and advising students for graduate studies and ESL programs. The Graduate Admissions Counselor will coordinate organization and corporate outreach programs in the Queens region and support the Senior Vice President with administrative responsibilities.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Develop and implement effective outreach strategies to support enrollment objectives
    • Design and deliver presentations to groups of prospective students at college fairs, corporations and other events
    • Evaluate candidate applications to ensure admissions standards are met
    • Liaise with internal and external groups that take part in the admissions process, such as marketing, academics, financial aid, and student services  to successfully complete registrations
    • Interview, and counsel candidates through admissions processes
    • Provide complete support and follow-up to students and parents via phone, letters and email

    REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/EXPERIENCE:

    • Bachelor degree (Masters preferred)
    • Two years of previous work experience in an academic setting as a recruiter
    • Demonstration of a successful recruiting track-record
    • Superb oral and  written communication skills with proven ability communicating with and influencing a wide range of audiences
    • Ability to work both collaboratively and independently
    • Excellent listening skills and organizational skills
    • Ability to build strong working relationships with diverse groups
    • Solid technical skills including Microsoft Office
    • Ability to work variable hours/schedule
    • Previous successful sales, recruitment firm and other metric driven work experience will be considered
    • Fluency in foreign languages is preferred

    Security Officer – Part-Time

    ROLE OVERVIEW

    Under supervision, the security officer performs campus security duties as patrol, on a fixed post, or on special assignment.  Provides information and assistance to faculty, staff, students and visitors.  This is a uniformed position that is routinely required to work rotating shifts, 24 hours a day, Saturday, Sunday and holidays.  This position reports to a campus Public Safety Supervisor or the Director of Public Safety.

     

    RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Patrols designated buildings, grounds, facilities and installation on campus in order to preserve a peaceful atmosphere for the college community.
    • Provides a public safety presence on campus as to maintain order and safeguard life property, and assets of the college, faculty, staff, students and visitors against fire, theft vandalism, etc.
    • May be required to operate an electronic surveillance system as needed.
    • Provides information and assistance to faculty, staff, students and visitors, directing them to the proper individuals and/or offices and/or areas.
    • Provides a personal safety presence when rendering, as directed, escort services.  On occasion, activities incidental to such escort services may include the opening of a door, the driving of a motor vehicle, etc.
    • Conducts identification checks as appropriate.
    • Perform crowd  duties: reprimands and ejects loiterers, disorderly persons and others not comporting themselves in accordance with college regulation
    • Performs key lock duties of various offices, labs, classrooms, et. al, locking and unlocking such areas as instructed; also, secures various buildings as required
    • Contacts superior officer, if appropriate, in situation that may warrant the summonsing of outside assistance, e.g. fire, ambulance, police, etc.
    • Contacts superior officer when unsafe or hazardous conditions are observed on campus
    • Prepares reports and maintains appropriate logs of activities and incidents, as directed.

     

    KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/EXPERIENCE

    • Ability to relate to and gain confidence and cooperation of the members of the academic community, deal tactfully and effectively with a wide range of people and act calmly and rationally in an emergency
    • Ability to mediate minor disputes; to evaluate threats to the public’s safety insuring that such threats are communicated to proper authorities or otherwise handled.
    • Strong attention to detail
    • Familiarity with social media
    • Proficiency in basic MS Office

    NYS Security Guard License is required and a minimum of 2 years of experience as a security officer.

    Career Services Advisor

    ROLE OVERVIEW:                                                                                                 

    The role is responsible for the overall leadership and management of career support and job placement for all students and alumni across the Bronx Campus.  

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Assist students with career education and professional development appropriate to their needs and goals including resume writing and job search strategies.
    • Provide full support to students so that they can reach their career goal including mentoring opportunities, obtain internships, job placement and support for promotional opportunities with current employers.
    • Develop materials and resources for career activities.
    • Design and deliver focused workshops to enhance student professional skills.
    • Guide students through mock interviews while providing constructive feedback.
    • Plan, implement and host career focused events, including panel discussions and seminars with outside guest speakers
    • Provide instruction, orientation and personal counseling sessions for students and alumni for professional development
    • Maintaining a database and preparing reports of student activity
    • Developing relationships with headhunting organizations, media and hiring managers at public and private institutions
    • Developing new as well as maintaining Corporate relationships through weekly call outs: a minimum of 20 per week
    • Assisting students with their interview schedules and closely working with students to ensure that follow up activities take place
    • Conducting outreach meetings to Employers, site visits, cultivating new opportunities to market and introduce Monroe College Career Services and events
    • Providing instruction for students to develop and maintain a professional LinkedIn profile

    KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/EXPERIENCE:

    • The successful candidate will have excellent computer, interpersonal and communications skills.
    • Attention to detail, follow-through, organization and record keeping skills are essential.
    • Strong written and verbal presentations skills are a must.
    • A master’s degree is preferred and at two - four years of related work experience are required. 
    • This position requires working a minimum of 1 evening per week, or attending events and weekends as the office schedule dictates.

    Corporate Partnership Manager

    ROLE OVERVIEW

    The Corporate Partnership Manager reports directly to the Executive Director of the Office of Career Advancement.  He/she will be responsible for taking a lead role in employer outreach, promoting Monroe students and alumni to employers, securing positions in major companies and widening our database of potential brand-name companies.

    He/she will also be responsible for generating leads to contribute to the adult learner enrollment at Monroe College.  

    He/she will also undertake targeting and building new markets for the college. This will be accomplished through existing corporate relationships and developing new ones to support this goal.    

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Focusing on promoting Monroe College and its programs to corporate representatives locally, nationally, and internationally.
    • Developing and maintaining strategic and annual planning for recruiting events/activities for all corporate relationships.
    • Overseeing and developing short and long-term programs for outside agencies who have demonstrated a need for their employees to enroll in programs.
    • Building strong ties with the alumni community as it could facilitate student employment opportunities.
    • Corporate Partners also serve as a feeder for our adult learner population. We work hand in hand with Admissions in assisting employees from our partner companies to enroll at Monroe College
    •  Facilitate information sessions, lunch & learns, and any lead generating event that would provide an opportunity to speak to employees in regards to attending Monroe College.

    KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/EXPERIENCE:

    The successful candidate will have excellent computer, interpersonal and communications skills, they will be able to work individually and in small groups, and function as an effective team member with Career Services, Admissions, and Academics.  Attention to detail, public speaking, follow-through, organization and record keeping skills are essential. Experience in sales, B2B experience, admissions, recruiting, career services, management, and sales is a plus. This position requires a car, working in the office depending on weekly schedule, and flexibility to work evening hours when required. 

    Admissions Advisor

    ROLE OVERVIEW

    Monroe College is seeking a dynamic, energetic and creative individual to bring our Admissions Advising to the next level in a period of rapid change.  The Admissions Adviser will report to an Assistant Director of Admissions and be responsible for establishing and executing a multi-faceted recruiting strategy that takes into account potential students, guidance counselors and parents.  Some counselors may have a portfolio that includes institutions or organizations.

     Admissions Advisors are provided extensive training and coaching throughout their career so that they are able to develop both personally and professionally. 

    Candidates should enjoy working in a dynamic and innovative team approach to college recruitment and be goal oriented, organized, and capable of thinking strategically.  Candidates must possess a Bachelor's or Master's degree and have strong communication skills. 

    RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Develop and implement effective outreach strategies and partnerships to support enrollment objectives
    • Design and deliver presentations to groups of prospective students at college fairs, high schools, corporations and other events
    • Liaise with internal and external groups that take part in the admissions process, such as financial aid, marketing, student services and academics
    • Evaluate candidate applications to ensure admissions standards are met
    • Assist applicants through the admission process, collecting documents and reviewing applications and transcripts
    • Provide complete support and follow-up to students and parents via phone, letters and email
    • Partner with Academics, Financial Aid and Student Services within Monroe College to successfully complete registrations

       

    REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/EXPERIENCE

    • Bachelor’s degree (Masters preferred)
    • Superb oral and written communication skills with a proven ability communicating with and influencing a wide range of audiences
    • Ability to work effectively both independently and as part of a team
    • Excellent listening skills and the ability to build rapport with diverse groups
    • Excellent organizational skills
    • Strong attention to detail
    • Solid technical skills including Microsoft Office
    • Valid driver’s license

    PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/EXPERIENCE

    • Knowledge of  Salesforce or other  Customer Relationship Management software (CRM)
    • Prior success working in a goal and metrics driven environment
    • Previous sales, recruitment firm and other metric driven work experience will be considered
    • A graduate of Monroe College is a plus

    Welcome Center Counselor (Part-Time 20-25 hours)

    ABOUT WELCOME CENTER:

    The Welcome Center at Monroe College is the first point of contact that serves individuals who wish to explore the quality educational opportunities offered at the College. The Center seeks to provide unmatched personal service to all prospective students. We are committed to providing accurate information in a prompt, courteous and professional manner through the use of advanced technology and unparalleled customer service.

    ABOUT WELCOME CENTER COUNSELOR:

    The position requires strong verbal and written communication skills and the ability to work independently as well as part of a team.  This is an entry level position with great opportunity to grow in higher education and learn about Monroe’s culture with potential to lead to a career within the college.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Guide prospective students through the admissions process over the phone
    • Schedule campus visits
    • Handle incoming calls, emails, inquiries and online applications
    • Make outbound calls to follow up with and provide support to potential students
    • Follow data entry protocols and procedures with attention to detail
    • Support general admissions effort, participate in events
    • Represent the college in a professional manner and work within a diverse community
    • Other duties assigned by the Director

    KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/EXPERIENCE:

    • Bachelor’s Degree Required
    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (both written and verbal)
    • Outstanding phone manner and etiquette
    • Computer skills needed, Microsoft Office suites
    • Flexible schedule to accommodate evenings (Mon-Thu until 7:30PM) and weekend coverage (Sat 8:30AM – 2PM)
    • Experience in customer service, sales or college admissions and/or education a plus
    • Knowledge of Salesforce a plus
    • Campus: Bronx

    All resumes should be sent to hr@monroecollege.edu

    Controller

    ROLE OVERVIEW:

    Monroe College, a national leader in educating urban and international students, seeks a dynamic, energetic, and experienced Controller to report directly to the Chief Financial Officer. The individual will manage the overall financial and accounting operations of the College, including maintaining compliance with approved accounting standards and policies, and will be responsible for helping the Administration understand the financial impact of its operational decisions. The position oversees the financial operation of the college’s four locations – Bronx, New Rochelle, Queens, and St. Lucia—and its 1100 employee payroll.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Handle all general accounting responsibilities of the company, especially supervising and managing monthly closes for approximately 20 legal entities
    • Review, develop and update financial processes and controls
    • Supervise, train and develop accounting team members
    • Prepare consolidated financial statements on monthly basis including all supplemental supporting documents
    • Coordinate audit of consolidated financial statements and assist with financial aid audit as needed
    • Prepare annual regulatory and consumer filings
    • Prepare all tax related schedules and review corporate and partnership returns
    • Maintain General Ledger
    • Assist with financial forecasting, budgeting, payroll, and benefits
    • Analyze financial data and initiate corrective actions as needed
    • Research technical accounting issues as required
    • Manage cash flow and prepare daily cash analysis
    • Prepare payroll entries and reconciliations
    • Prepare investment reconciliations
    • Review all workpapers and bank reconciliations
    • Review bank and regulatory covenant compliance
    • Perform other special projects or duties when required
    • Candidate Profile and Qualifications:
    • Excellent attention to detail with strong organization and follow‐up skills
    • Ability to work independently, manage priorities, and set deadlines for work
    • Willingness to learn, be flexible, and effectively under deadlines
    • Highly professional manner, strong work ethic, and sound judgment
    • Great team player within a collegial environment
    • Positive attitude with a solution‐oriented mindset
    • Strong analytical and technical accounting skills
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Excel
    • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance

    All resumes should be sent to hr@monroecollege.edu