Job Opportunities

Pine Manor College is a private four-year liberal arts college situated five miles from downtown Boston that prepares students for inclusive leadership and social responsibility in the workplace, family and community. The College is recognized by U.S. News & World Report America's Best Colleges 2010 as the most diverse private liberal arts college in the country and is committed to diversifying the faculty and staff. With a student-faculty ratio of 10:1, Pine Manor offers an enriching educational experience that promotes collaborative and outcomes-based learning.

Pine Manor College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Members of underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply.

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Faculty Positions


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Staff Positions



Admissions Counselor

Duties and Responsibilities:

Reporting to the Dean of Enrollment Management, this is a full-time 12-month position. The individual serves as a primary representative of Pine Manor College to prospective students, parents, relatives, high schools, community colleges and other organizations. All Admissions Counselors are accountable for achieving the Department's enrollment goal(s).

Specific duties include:

  • Initiate, cultivate and manage the development of external contacts (high school guidance counselors, independent counselors, organizations, colleges, etc.) to recruit students
  • Represent Pine Manor College at high schools visits, college fairs, conferences, on campus events and at other relevant organizations or activities
  • Assist prospective students with all aspects of the admission process
  • Build relationships with and assist prospective students throughout all phases of the enrollment cycle (inquiry through enrollment); conduct interviews, appointments, and group information sessions for prospective students and their families
  • Maintain telephone, email, and other contact with prospective students and track communications in the on-line system
  • Prepare files and review students applications for admission
  • Collaborate with members of the PMC community to engage prospective students in learning about all facets of the educational experience at PMC
  • Coordinate admissions events, open houses, and yield programs
    Significant travel during the Fall and Spring is expected including evenings and weekends
  • Develop an understanding of the financial aid policies and processes to guide students and families
    Other related duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Dean


  • Bachelor's degree required
  • Prior Admissions experience would be ideal
  • Must be organized, self-motivated, detail-oriented, customer-focused with sales orientation, and able to work well in a fast-paced environment
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • High level of proficiency with social media is strongly preferred.
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills necessary to deal effectively and courteously with students, parents, College staff, and the public
  • Demonstrated understanding of diversity and multicultural issues
  • Valid driver's license and access to a vehicle

Application Information

No phone calls please.

Postal Address:
Human Resources
Pine Manor College
400 Heath Street
Chestnut Hill, MA 02467-2332
Email Address:

Disability Service Provider

Part-time position (18-21 hours per week), 9-Month Position
Reports to: Dean of the College

The Disability Service Provider reports to the Dean of the College and works closely with the Associate Dean for Academic Services and with the Director of the Learning Resource Center to provide professional academic services to otherwise qualified students with learning, physical, modality and/or psychiatric disabilities.

Major Responsibilities:
  1. Determines students’ qualification for protection under the new Americans with Disabilities Act Amendment (ADAAA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act.
  2. Determines appropriate academic accommodations for students with disabilities to provide equal access to educational programs and the educational experience at the College. Reviews and evaluates diagnostic and prescriptive documentation of students with disabilities. Makes academic support recommendations to the student and to the Director of the Learning Resource Center.
  3. Conducts individual check-in meetings and academic coaching sessions to address topics such as implementing and using accommodations, developing appropriate learning strategies, and monitoring academic progress. Provides referrals as appropriate to College services such as counseling and health services, advising, career counseling, and financial aid.
  4. Promotes self-advocacy, self determination and independent learning by assisting students in understanding their individual disabilities and exploring various accommodations and approaches appropriate to the individual disability.
  5. With the permission of the student, discusses the needs of the student with relevant faculty members, administrators, and other College personnel.
  6. Interviews and orients incoming students to make them aware of Disability services, policies and procedures.
  7. Collaborates with faculty and College personnel regarding their responsibility to provide disability accommodations.
  8. Provides assistance to the Dean of the College in matters of policies, procedures and other responsibilities as assigned.
  9. Works with Admissions to provide information about disability services to prospective students, families and advocates as well assist with transition for new students with disabilities.
  10. Facilitates the acquisition of assistive technology to help students access materials in alternative forms and work with individual students on their effective use.
  11. Distributes policy and procedures on the availability of services via all relevant campus publications.
  12. Maintains professional expertise and current working knowledge of disability related issues via memberships, conferences, trainings and research.


  • Master’s degree in related discipline (education, psychology, learning disabilities or rehabilitation counseling).
  • Experience in higher education.
  • Appropriate experience and background working with students with disabilities in a post-secondary institution.
  • Working knowledge of the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendment (ADAA).
  • Knowledge of current access/assistive technology. Experience assisting students with disabilities with such technology.
  • Ability to work independently and as a member of the academic support team.
  • Effective written and oral communication skills.

Please send resumes to:
No phone calls, please.




Updated October 1, 2014