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Job Opportunities

Pine Manor College is a private four-year liberal arts college situated five miles from downtown Boston that prepares students for careers in a changing world. The College is one of the most diverse private liberal arts colleges in the country and is committed to the diversity of the faculty and staff. With a low student-faculty ratio, Pine Manor offers an enriching educational experience that promotes collaborative and outcomes-based learning.

Pine Manor College now participates in the E-Verify program and is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Members of underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply.

All current positions are posted on this website and resumes/applications should be directed as instructed.

If you are interested in forwarding your resume/application for future consideration for a position not posted, please send your COVER LETTER AND RESUME, WITH THE JOB TITLE IN THE SUBJECT LINE, TO: hr@pmc.edu  (unless otherwise indicated in the job listing)

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Director of Restorative Practices and Community Standards

Department: Student Affairs
 Reports to: Dean of Student Affairs
 FLSA: Exempt

Position Summary 

The Director of Restorative Practices and Community Standards grows the graduation rate of Pine Manor College through building a healthy, safe, and inclusive community that reflects the College’s mission and values. As a new position, the vision is to grow the Pine Manor College culture around inclusion and dialogue to promote self-reflection and personal responsibility, integrity, and a commitment to self and others. The Director of Restorative Justice and Community Standards will work with colleagues and students to train and educate the community on restorative justice, restorative practices, and blending restorative justice with other measures (e.g., suspensions, expulsions).

Position Scope

  • Create and facilitate community circles and opportunities for dialogue.
  • Provide trainings and resources for other community members to implement restorative practices into their work. Serve as a resource for colleagues, students, and family members on restorative practices and higher education laws related to community standards (e.g. FERPA, The Cleary Act, VAWA, Title IX).
  • Oversee student concerns and community standards violations in a confidential, consistent, and timely manner. Meet with students to discuss alleged violations of community standards, hear perspectives, explore personal responsibility, and provide restorative outcomes and appropriate consequences that consider and promote learning, community safety, and risk management.
  • Oversee the Student Handbook in collaboration with the Dean of Students.
  • Maintain records and run reports as needed through Maxient; assist with the Annual Campus Safety, Security, and Fire Report (part of The Cleary Act).
  • Participate in student affairs and college-wide committees and initiatives (e.g., CAREs team, orientation).
  • Assume on-call responsibilities about 1 week/month.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree; at least 5 years working with restorative practices.
  • Experience designing and implementing restorative programs.
  • A commitment to college students inclusive of racial, ethnic, cultural, and sexual differences.
  • Bi-lingual (with preference to Mandarin or Spanish speakers).
  • Strong communication, interpersonal, and presentation skills; Demonstrated resiliency and aspirational leadership.

Special Requirements

  • Ability to climb stairs and carry items no more than 20 pounds.
  • Due to the on-call component of this position, applicants must live within 30-minutes of campus.
  • In the cover letter, please provide an example of a time you used restorative practice within your work and the outcome of the approach.
  • Selected candidate will be subject to a personal and criminal background check prior to employment.

Please submit to hr@pmc.edu 
No phone calls, please. 

Pine Manor College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to being the place where a diverse mix of talented people want to come, to stay, and do their best work.


Graduate Resident Director

Residence Life

Position Summary 

The Graduate Resident Director is responsible for growing the graduation rate through creating safe, caring and inclusive residential communities through supervision, community development, student engagement, leadership development, and administration and departmental responsibilities. The Graduate Resident Director (GRD) is a ten-month, live in graduate assistantship position within the Office of Residence Life. The GRD position is a 20 hour per week time commitment with additional responsibilities during evenings and weekends at specific times through the academic year. The Graduate Resident Director directly supervises and coordinates the development of a residential community comprised of 250-275 residents.

Position Scope

Staff Supervision and Training

  • Provide orientation, training, supervision, and regular evaluation of Resident Assistants
  • Participate in the selection of Resident Assistants
  • Conduct weekly meetings with Resident Assistant staff to develop and review goals/outcomes achieved, discuss issues, recognize contributions, and provide and solicit feedback
  • Assess skills and development of Resident Assistant staff while providing experiences, opportunities, and training, which challenge and support their development
  • Assist the Director of Residential Life in the planning and facilitation of Fall & Winter RA training, in-services, and local RA conference participation

Residence Hall Programming

  • Administer the departmental programming model including program approval, reviewing program proposals, providing program feedback, and tracking program requirements
  • Encourage staff and students in planning and developing programs to meet the diverse needs of the residence hall population
  • Regularly attend paraprofessional staff programs
  • Manage the programming budget including maintaining a spreadsheet/database and turning in receipts
  • Management of Resident Assistant Duty Procedures
  • Coordinates the RA duty schedule for each semester
  • Process duty change requests through approval or denial
  • Ensures that staff are reporting for duty in a timely manner and are carrying out all duty responsibilities (i.e. completing rounds, filling out duty logs, being visible)

Student Engagement & Development

  • Make effort to get to know residents and maintain a high level of visibility
  • Promote student involvement in residence hall activities and general co-curricular campus life
  • Provide counseling within scope and area of expertise or referral residents with academic, personal, or career concerns accordingly
  • Serve as a partner in students’ total development by working with Academic Affairs, Student Success, Career Development, Learning Resource Center, and other campus offices as warranted

Crisis Response & Duty Rotation

  • Participate in the on-call duty rotation for campus in responding to emergencies on evenings and weekends
  • Follow Student Affairs emergency protocols and procedures to respond to crisis or emergency situations, which includes providing guidance to paraprofessional staff and students
  • Provide appropriate post-crisis referrals and follow-up with students and staff
  • Student Conduct
  • Serve as a conduct hearing officer for low level cases to help create a positive community environment in which students learn from their actions and assume responsibility for their actions
  • Document incidents, write reports, correspond effectively with students through appointment, and sanction letters
  • Maintain records through effective use of student conduct software and accurate student files
  • Assist other offices including Campus Safety and Community Standards to investigate and resolve student conduct issues

Maintenance

  • Conduct weekly building walkthroughs and report on-going facility and safety/security needs
  • Maintain a relationship with housekeeping and maintenance staff
  • Manage room condition inventories at the beginning and end of each semester
  • Conducts health and safety inspections of student spaces, ensuring compliance with college policies and the Town of Brookline regulations
  • Work directly with the Facilities staff to resolve maintenance issues and address students’ concerns

Housing Operations

  • Assist in processing student room changes by meeting with students and working with other staff members in other residence halls
  • Assist in the opening and closing of the residence halls at appropriate designated times (fall opening, winter break closing, spring opening, end of year closing)
  • Conduct occupancy checks in the beginning of the fall and spring semester to verify student assignments and vacancies in the residence halls
  • Assist the Director of Residential Life to disseminate information to students and staff about room selection and on-campus housing options

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree prior to start date
  • Must be a full time graduate student in good academic standing making reasonable progress toward a degree objective
  • At least one year of experience working as part of a residence hall staff or another student affairs functional area
  • Experience that demonstrates sensitivity and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds of first generation college students
  • Demonstrated commitment to social justice, equity, and inclusion
  • Must be in good conduct/judicial standing and remain so throughout the term of employment

Preferred Qualifications

  • Possess assertive leadership skills and ability to work in a team
  • Possess effective communication skills in order to successfully approach people, mediate problem situations, and enforce policies
  • Must be easily approachable, friendly, and able to establish rapport with residents
  • Ability to use authority with discretion and exercise good judgment
  • Must be able to maintain confidentiality of sensitive student information
  • Effective community development and programming experience
  • Crisis management experience
  • Fluency in a second language particularly Spanish, Cape Verdean Creole, Haitian Creole, Vietnamese, Mandarin, or Cantonese

Start Date and Term of Employment

The GRD position start date is July 23, 2018 – May 31, 2019. This is a two-year appointment contingent upon successful work performance.

Special Requirements

Selected candidate will be subject to a Personal and Criminal background check prior to employment.

Physical requirements are within the general range of an office environment, must be able to lift up to 30 pounds occasionally and will include occasional walking of the campus, including up and down several flights of stairs.

Please submit to hr@pmc.edu 
No phone calls, please. 


ELI Sales & Marketing Director

Department: English Language Institute
 Reports to: Rhonda Seidman, Executive Director
 FLSA: Exempt

Position Summary

This position is responsible for growing the graduation rate of the College by playing the key role of Increasing ELI Revenue.

Position Scope
Responsibilities

  • Create and implement an effective sales and marketing plan and strategy to increase student enrollment and program revenue
  • Promote the English Language Institute internationally and locally to agents, schools, corporations, institutions, and individuals
  • Take full ownership of sales to meet enrollment and revenue targets and goals
  • Close sales to generate the needed student and revenue yield
  • Initiate and cultivate new business partnerships and contacts as well as maintain existing partnerships and contacts (via e-mail, phone, Skype communication, etc.)
  • Combine sales expertise with marketing creativity
  • Drive the sales growth
  • Research potential international markets and currency exchanges
  • Negotiate groups and group pricing, etc.
  • Travel internationally periodically to promote the program and meet agents at workshops and their offices
  • Assist in developing yearly pricing and application
  • Increase brand awareness
  • Foster agent and client relationships
  • Expand relationships and contacts.
  • Respond to agent and individual inquiries
  • Establish and expand new contacts, partnerships, etc.
  • Enhance marketing materials (brochures, website, newsletter, etc.)
  • Implement the use of the latest technology for marketing and sales
  • Update agent database and implement CRM system for agents
  • Develop program video for website and to send to agents
  • Upgrade and maintain social media marketing/networking via Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, Instagram, etc.
  • Develop and update comprehensive agent database/e-mail distributions lists
  • Assist with agent and individual student visits and tours; provide information to prospective students and agents as requested
  • Other related duties and responsibilities as necessary

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree; Master’s Degree preferred in marketing/sales, or business
  • 5 years or more experience selling an international English Language Program with proven results. Experience with student recruitment, program promotion, marketing, sales, and business development
  • Strong sales ability to rapidly grow program
  • Can take initiative to drive the sales and marketing process to reach the sales targets
  • Able to take ownership to achieve and exceed student enrollment and program revenue goals
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills to promote, market, and sell the program to agents
  • Ability to work in a fast paced high volume environment
  • Strong written and oral communication ability
  • Interest in working with international agents/students and learning current international trends
  • Familiarity with current marketing technology
  • Flexibility, adaptability, but persistence and perseverance
  • Ability to stay the course and work through difficult situations, but also willingness to change when needed; a good problem solver who can reach goals and make situations work
  • Can initiate and innovate, but also a good follower and can take direction
  • Can work independently, but also as part of a team
  • Good relationship builder with clients

Special Requirements   

Selected candidate will be subject to a Personal and Criminal background check prior to employment.

Please submit to hr@pmc.edu 
No phone calls, please. 

 

Student Success Coach

Department: Student Affairs  
 Reports to: Associate Dean of Student Affairs
 **This position requires the employee to live-on campus**

Position Summary

This position is responsible for growing the graduation rate of the College by providing holistic (e.g., psychosocial, academic, life-skills, and professional) support to a caseload of Pine Manor College students. This position plays a key role to ensure students’ success and persistence from matriculation through graduation and beyond.

Position Scope

Case Management/Student Success

  • Provide psychosocial, academic, professional, and life skills support to a designated student caseload. In addition, ensure students have connected with their faculty advisors for class registration, completed immunization and health records and financial aid forms, and resolved any holds on their student accounts.
  • Assist students with their college and life transitions.
  • Keep detailed records of students within caseload.
  • Advocate for students and take a proactive role in their success.
  • Collaborate with the campus community, including faculty, administrators, and college partners on students’ success.
  • Recognize students’ assets, promote students’ accountability, and develop students’ problem-solving skills.
  • Keep informed of policies and policy changes; provide feedback on areas that need policy clarification and/or development.

Residence Life & On-Call Responsibilities

  • Assume on-call responsibilities (at a minimum of one week a month).
  • In collaboration with the Director of Residence Life and Residence Assistants, create a home for students living on campus at Pine Manor College.

Programming

  • Attend College traditions (e.g. orientation, commencement), programs, and events to best immerse in Pine Manor College.
  • Collaborate with students to sponsor two campus programs per month (programs should occur on Thursday, Friday, or Saturday evenings).

Qualifications

  • Experience working with and demonstrated sensitivity to adolescents from diverse, urban backgrounds, many of whom are first in their families to attend college and/or international students.
  • Can speak to essential skills or qualities such as resiliency; grit; and, balancing school, work, and family.
  • Earned bachelor’s degree and related work experience.
  • Strong communication skills when working with individuals, groups, and conflict resolution.
  • Fluency in a second language, particularly Spanish, Cape Verdean Creole, Haitian Creole, Vietnamese, Mandarin, or Cantonese.
  • Background in any of the following: counseling, social work, after-school programming, drug and alcohol rehabilitation, secondary or post-secondary education, psychology

Special Requirements

Selected candidate will be subject to a Personal and Criminal background check prior to employment.

The physical requirements of this job include climbing steps, lifting, conducting room inspections, and serving on an on-call capacity for approximately 1 week/month. On-call requires late nights/early mornings, answering phone calls, and responding/triaging incidents accordingly.

Please submit to hr@pmc.edu 
No phone calls, please. 

Pine Manor College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to being the place where a diverse mix of talented people want to come, to stay, and do their best work.

ELI Activity Coordinator

Department: ELI
 Reports to:Program Director
 FLSA:Full-time/Temporary
 Effective Date: June 24, 2018

Position Summary

This position is responsible for growing the graduation rate of the College by: N/A. This position plays the key role in generating revenue for College.

Position Scope

  • Create a monthly calendar of on-campus activities, both afternoon and evening, in conjunction with the Program Director (to confirm group expectations and needs prior to formulating plans), factoring in that students will have a variety of interests, so diversity of activities is important.
  • Oversee the staffing coverage or cover the activities in conjunction with Housing Coordinator, which should be varied to appeal to different interests.
  • Advertise upcoming events with posters or via Facebook postings.
  • Run fun, engaging evening events that are culturally interactive and which help students to connect with those from other cultural backgrounds.
  • Oversee the weekly Friday night party, confirming staff coverage.
  • Aid program with social media presence, updating various platforms with photos or mini clips from activities, gather student testimonials for promotion, etc.
  • Liaison between daytime staff (Program Director and Program Assistant) and Resident Staff to confirm all Program elements are communicated, such as nightly activities to be run by RAs.
  • Assist Program as needed with running or coordination of off-campus activities as needed.
  • Serve as a role model for summer RAs and set an example for professionalism and a responsible approach to duties.

Qualifications

  • BA preferred but minimum of 2 years of college required
  • Must have excellent interpersonal skills and interest in reaching to and interacting with international students and generating interest in participation in activities; a proactive, outgoing approach is central to success in this role.
  • Flexibility to respond to student, group & program needs is essential, as this position has many customer service/client relations attributes.
  • Prior experience in a multicultural environment preferred
  • Energetic, possessing initiative and ability to engage students from different backgrounds and levels of English proficiency to help students enjoy their time on campus fully
  • Willingness to intentionally meet students where they are, in dorm, classrooms, dining hall, to engage them
  • Facility with social networking and ability to enlist student contributions of photos & quotes to use for promotional purposes
  • Ethical, responsible and reliable / Intuitively understand & respect professional boundaries
  • Knowledge of another language other than English desirable, but not required

Special Requirements

Selected candidate will be subject to a Personal and Criminal background check prior to employment.

Hours

This position will involve working variable shifts meaning that it will include both morning and evening shifts, based on program needs. Though most programs will run in the evenings, time for program development and promotion is needed. Occasional weekend work may be required.

Please submit to hr@pmc.edu 
No phone calls, please. 

Pine Manor College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to being the place where a diverse mix of talented people want to come, to stay, and do their best work.


ELI Resident Assistant

Title: Resident Assistant
 Reports to: Housing Coordinator
 Department: English Language Institute

Responsibilities

  • Assist Housing Coordinator as directed.
  • Meet, greet and bring students to their dorm rooms during weekend Intakes.
  • Prepare room condition reports before students check in.
  • Check students out of dorm rooms on Saturday (occasionally on Sunday). Collect keys, ID’s and do room condition reports.
  • Enforce College rules and regulations.
  • Supervise/engage students during evening and weekend on-campus activities.
  • Lead on and off campus activities as needed. Direction to come from Housing Coordinator, On-Campus Activity Coordinator, or Program Director.
  • Assist students in the dorms. Make sure that students are getting up and out in the morning and not missing classes.
  • Monitor students and make sure that students are following the College rules, regulations and policies.
  • Report violations to appropriate staff, and work with Campus Safety to address situations as they arise.
  • Respond to fire alarms, fire drills, medical emergencies and other emergencies, contacting Campus Safety as necessary.
  • While running on or off-campus activities, help students to interact with students from other countries, help to break down natural reserve.
  • Observe on-duty and on-call hours such that students will find resident staff accessible not only during on-duty hours in the evening but also during the course of the evening from the time when on-duty hours end until morning. The dorm can NOT be left unattended overnight and at least one resident staff member must be in each ELI occupied dorm from 11:00 p.m. – 7:00 a.m.

Requirements

  • BA preferred but minimum of 2 years of college required
  • Prior RA experience helpful
  • Prior experience in a multicultural environment preferred
  • Energetic, possessing initiative and ability to engage students from different backgrounds and levels of English proficiency to help students enjoy their time on campus fully
  • Excellent interpersonal skills required, prior team building skills helpful to energize and inspire students to interact with one another and learn from each other
  • Desire to help students from other countries experience Boston, this country and especially Pine Manor College
  • Desire to develop leadership skills
  • Ethical, responsible and reliable / Intuitively understand & respect professional boundaries
  • Knowledge of another language other than English desirable, but not required

Please submit to hr@pmc.edu 
No phone calls, please. 

Pine Manor College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to being the place where a diverse mix of talented people want to come, to stay, and do their best work.


Access Services Associate (Evenings Sept.-May)

Position Description Read and Accepted:
Department: Annenberg Library
Reports to: Directors of Library Services
FLSA: Full-time, 10-month (Aug-May), Non-exempt
Effective Date: August 1, 2018

Position Summary

This position is responsible for growing the graduation rate and student retention through exemplary service to students and support to professional staff. We are a small, creative team looking for an applicant who shares our user-oriented and mission driven philosophy. Under the direction of the Directors of Library Services, the Access Services Associate is responsible for stewardship of the library during evening hours throughout the school year. We are searching for an individual passionate about diverse patron service in an evolving academic setting. The position supports PMC students’ success throughout their time at the college by aiding in access to materials and providing relevant informational resources to support their studies.

Position Scope:

Essential Job Functions:

  • Provides excellent customer service to all library patrons
  • In collaboration with the Director of Library Services: Programming and Access Services, hires, trains, schedules and supervises work study staff      
    • Responsible for student worker payroll verification and submittal
  • Library reserves manager. Solicits materials from faculty, processes reserves, answers copyright questions
  • Library bills and fines manager.      
    • Processing bills and fines from the online library system
    • Prepares manual bills and fines for lost, damaged and recalled materials
    • Transmits bills to Director of Student Accounts at the end of each semester.
  • Manages circulation and reference services in the evening, including:      
    • Shelves and shelf-reads materials
    • Checks library materials in and out
    • Registers new patrons
    • Processes holds
    • Provides research assistance
    • Creates and updates online research guides
    • Troubleshoots and assist patrons with use of library technology
  • Contributes to development of documentation and training materials. For Library Assistants and Work Study student workers
  • Assists in training and mentoring Library Assistants
  • Creates schedule for Library Assistants
  • Social media coordinator
  • Opens and closes the library, as needed

Other:

  • Participates in collection development for one or more academic disciplines
  • Creates and maintains LibGuides in collection development areas
  • Orders supplies for library
  • Incrementally trained to support technical services of the library (i.e. cataloging, acquisitions, & ILL)
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Customer service experience required
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Academic or public past library experience
  • Supervisory and training skills desirable
  • Experience producing social media content
  • Experience working with adolescents from diverse backgrounds, many of whom are first in their families to attend college and/or international students.

Position Details:

Full time, 40 hr/week, 10 month contract:
School in Session (Sun-Thu 2 pm-10pm)
August & Winter Break (8 am-4 pm)

Working Conditions:

Duties require extended periods of standing, walking, sitting, and talking or hearing. Duties require occasional periods of climbing or balancing, pulling/pushing items, lifting/carrying items, keyboarding, reaching with hands and arms, stooping, kneeling, crouching, or crawling. Should be able to lift up to 25 pounds. Vision requirements include close vision and ability to adjust focus. Must be able to transport oneself to off-campus work-related meetings, and workshops.

Special Requirements

Selected candidate will be subject to a Personal and Criminal background check prior to employment.

Please submit to hr@pmc.edu 
No phone calls, please. 

Pine Manor College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to being the place where a diverse mix of talented people want to come, to stay, and do their best work.


Recreation Coordinator and Head Women’s Basketball/Cross Country Coach

Department: Student Affairs/Athletics
 Reports to: Athletic Director

Position Summary

The purpose of the Recreation Coordinator and Head Women’s Basketball/Cross Country Coach is to grow the graduation rate of Pine Manor College students by fully engaging with the students through recreational/sport activities and competitive NCAA DIII sports. She/He/They will recruit and retain students through a focus on student engagement, health and wellness, and social justice.

Under the leadership of the Athletic Director and in collaboration with the Division of Student Affairs, the Recreation Coordinator and Head Women’s Basketball/Cross Country Coach will manage and direct all aspects of a comprehensive recreation program that engages a diverse student population, promotes health and wellness, enhances the quality of living and learning for students, and provides a social outlet for Pine Manor College students. In addition, the position will build strong mentor and coaching relationships with his/her/their teams and student-athletes to ensure students’ holistic (academic, co-curricular, emotional) success and continued persistence at Pine Manor College.

Position Scope

Recreation & FiTness

  • Develop, plan, market, and execute a 9-month fitness and recreation calendar for students that focuses on student engagement, health, and wellness.
  • Coordinate recreation and fitness facility needs and monthly scheduling of events.
  • Ensure group fitness classes on campus throughout the academic year.
  • Host bi-weekly programs for students focused on recreation, fitness, health, and wellness.
  • Work to advance the opportunities for students to participate in recreation and fitness on and off-campus.

Women’s Basketball/CROSS COUNTRY

  • Manage all aspects of NCAA Division III team(s) including, but not limited to, organizing/scheduling, planning, and executing practices, games, workouts, and contests.
  • Ensure compliance with all NCAA and Pine Manor College rules, regulations, and guidelines.
  • Under the guidance of the Dean of Enrollment Management/Director of Admissions, work to recruit student-athletes who meet the Pine Manor College’s qualifications and academic standards to ensure full rosters of year-to-year high retention of student-athletes. Recruiting responsibilities and priorities will align with the guidelines established by the admissions department and NCAA Division III standards.
  • Work closely with facility scheduling coordinator for games and practices.
  • Build a team where students appropriately support and challenge each other on and off the court.
  • Meet individually with student-athletes throughout the academic year and keep in touch with them throughout the summer to ensure their curricular and co-curricular success.
  • Implement and organize student-athletic academic success program.
  • Assist with eligibly requirements and academic progress reports of student-athletes.
  • Maintain inventory control of equipment and supplies.
  • Assist with transportation and travel meal requests.
  • Develop effective communications with faculty and staff in relations for team operations and student success.
  • Responsible for the operations and management of assistant coaches.
  • Process all forms in a timely fashion related to travel, purchasing, meals, officials, statistics.
  • Submit roster reports and changes weekly and notify Athletic Director, trainer, and sports information director of any changes.
  • Work in conjunction with athletic trainer regarding student-athlete health issues.
  • Encourage and demand appropriate behavior of student-athletes on and off campus.
  • Organize within the NCAA D III rules, pre-, in-, and off-season conditioning programs.
  • Assign and insure attendance at SAAC and Captains Council Meetings.
  • Assist with other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  • At least 3 years of college coaching experience.
  • Knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations.
  • Recruiting experience.
  • Strong communication and conflict resolution skills when working with individuals and groups.
  • Preferred fluency in a second language, particularly Spanish, Cape Verdean Creole, Haitian Creole, Vietnamese, Mandarin, or Cantonese.
  • Knowledge of FERPA, HIPPA, and related.
  • Experience working with adolescents and young adults from diverse backgrounds.

Special Requirements

Selected candidate will be subject to a Personal and Criminal background check prior to employment.

Pine Manor College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to being the place where a diverse mix of talented people want to come, to stay, and do their best work.

Please respond to jgriffith@pmc.edu; No phone calls, please.


Head Women’s Soccer Coach/Operations Coordinator

Reports to: Director of Athletics
FLSA:Full-time

Position Summary

This position is responsible for growing the graduation rate of the College by recruiting women’s soccer players and retaining student athletes through providing a competitive, holistic student-athlete experience. The Head Women’s Soccer Coach plays a key role in recruiting, coaching, and retaining students through a focus on student engagement, health and wellness, and social justice. The Operations Coordinator oversees practice space, equipment needs, and managing game day operations.

Position Scope 

Head Women’s Soccer Coach

  • The Head Women’s Soccer Coach will develop trusting relationships with members of the women’s soccer team that align with the College’s values of providing holistic (e.g. emotional, academic, co-curricular) support for our students.
  • Build positive group dynamics that contribute to the women’s soccer team and individual students’ success. Address conflict when it arises in ways that promote inclusion, community, and kindness.
  • Serve as a positive role model and coach; value affirmative coaching techniques.
  • Understand and abide by all NCAA Division III rules and regulations as they apply to the athletic program.
  • Know the Athletic Department and College’s guidelines and polices as outlined in the Student-Athlete Handbook and the Student Handbook, respectively.
  • Manage and lead recruitment, coaching, and game management/supervision for the women’s soccer program, including (but not limited to) leading practices and home and away contests, overseeing the coordination of travel arrangements, managing games (e.g. equipment, facilities, score keeping) and emergencies/crisis when/if they arise.
  • In collaboration with the Athletics Recruitment Coordinator and Athletic Director and under the guidance of the Dean of Enrollment Management/Director of Admissions, work to recruit student-athletes who meet Pine Manor College’s qualifications and academic standards to ensure full rosters. Recruiting responsibilities and priorities align with the guidelines established by the admissions department and NCAA Division III standards.
  • Work in conjunction with the Athletic Trainer regarding student-athlete health issues.
  • Develop effective communications and collaboration with faculty and staff (e.g., Student Success Coaches/Team, Director of Restorative Practices and Community Standards, Director of Residential Life) to ensure student success.
  • Escalate emergencies or inappropriate behavior that does not align with the College’s mission and values to appropriate personnel.
  • Hire and oversee Women’s Soccer Assistant Coaches in accordance with Pine Manor College’s hiring policies.

Operations Coordinator

  • Responsible for the department operations at home contest including, but not limited to, game day work schedules for appropriate staff, field/court preparations, and overseeing all aspects of game day set-ups, execution (e.g., includes assistance at scoring tables, crowd control, visiting team assistance), and game breakdowns.
  • Oversee practice schedules to avoid conflicts and allow for renting space, when applicable.
  • Ensure teams have their equipment needs met and equipment distribution is fair and equitable amongst sports, teams, and genders.
  • Other athletic department duties as assigned by Athletic Director.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor Degree required along with college athletic participation experience. At least 3 years of college coaching and recruiting preferred.
  • Knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations.
  • Fluency in a Spanish and English are preferred.
  • Experience working with adolescents and young adults from diverse backgrounds.
  • Knowledge of FERPA, HIPPA, and related regulations governing student records and information.
  • Strong communication and conflict resolution skills when working with individuals and groups.

Special Requirements

Selected candidate will be subject to a Personal and Criminal background check prior to employment.

Please respond to jgriffith@pmc.edu; No phone calls, please.

Pine Manor College provides equal opportunity in employment for all qualified persons and prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, age, veteran status, disability, genetic information, military service, or other protected status.


Part Time