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Available Positions



Posted 5/25/17

SUNY OSWEGO: Bookland Manager

Position Description: The Bookland Manager reports to the director, and is responsible for the effective operation of Bookland. This includes purchasing a wide selection of new and used books at equitable prices, supervision of departmental staff, and overseeing the operations of the Book Department. Works cooperatively with other College Stores staff members to achieve divisional goals and objections.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for ordering adequate quantities of required and recommended course materials utilizing the College Store’s selected textbook management program
  • Coordinates and leads the bargaining unit and student employees including orientation, training, scheduling, payroll and coaching. Manages employee discharge in consultation with the College Stores Director when necessary
  • Hires student employees in a manner consistent with the AS Student Employee Handbook
  • Assists in the creation of and then supports and enforces College Stores policies and procedures
  • Maintains and utilizes accurate and current inventory control records through the College Store’s selected textbook management program
  • Gathers and inputs course material information received from the Registrar and then communicates directly with faculty members to ensure accurate ISBNs are displayed on our web site as well as ordered for our shelves
  • Assists in the maintenance and updating of POS system, textbook management program and any hardware and software related to its smooth interface and operation
  • Supervises the shipping area of the College Stores. This includes all receipts and returns from and to vendors for the College Stores. Additionally, ensures that campus community has the ability to utilize our shipping service for packages sent via FedEx
  • Ensures purchase orders and chargebacks are processed accurately and completely working with Bookland staff and the staff in the AS Accounting office
  • Helps customers by processing special orders and providing information that would assist the customer in evaluating her/his needs
  • Responsible for opening and closing any of the College Stores. This includes responsibility for all involved keys and safe combinations
  • Performs other related duties as required

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Demonstrated leadership skills, strong interpersonal skills and exceptional customer service skills
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office
  • Bachelor’s degree; or Associate degree with 3 years related experience; or High school diploma/GED with five years related experience

We are looking for a letter of interest along with a resume and it can be sent directly to:
Auxiliary Services, SUNY Oswego Inc.
Kimberly Foster, Benefits Coordinator
507 Culkin Hall
Oswego, NY 13126
kimberly.foster@oswego.edu



Posted 5/25/17

SUNY GENESEO: Executive Chef of Campus Auxiliary Services

Employment Type: Full-Time
Compensation: Based on experience and education
Company: Campus Auxiliary Services (SUNY Geneseo)
Location:
1 College Circle
Geneseo, NY 14454

Job Description: The Executive Chef is directly responsible for the overall functions of the kitchen, ensuring excellent service in producing food that is consistently prepared in a timely manner and is of the finest quality. He or she is responsible for general performance management, daily supervision, training, and development of kitchen staff. This role includes an emphasis on menu design, costing, spec sheets, and recipes. The Executive Chef will assist when necessary to ensure proper operation of all shifts.

Responsibilities:

  • Development of daily specials, standard menus, menu proposals for clients and promotional menus, along with cost sheets
  • Recipes and Menu specs
  • Ensure that proper production techniques are followed in regard to volume of food produced, portioning techniques, etc…
  • Ensure compliance adherence to policies and procedures
  • Ensures that all food production processes, dining room services, and sanitation practices meet all safety regulations
  • Utilizes computer systems in ordering, receiving and inventory control
  • Ensures par stocks for all applicable items in kitchen
  • Recruiting, hiring and training
  • Event execution
  • Oversees the service of meals to insure that the quality, portioning and procedures are correct
  • Prepare and adjust labor schedules insuring that all areas are properly staffed
  • Ensure that proper maintenance of equipment and facility
  • Administration of approved personnel procedures (reviews, discipline, etc.)
  • Responsible for adhering to approved budgetary controls as well as for the financial stability
  • Recommend equipment replacements or improvements
  • Responsible for maintaining a professional work environment in and out o the kitchen at all times and holds staff accountable for the same standards

Qualifications:

  • Minimum – AS or BS in food management or culinary arts preferred
  • A minimum of 5 years experience in all types of cooking methods, supervision and food service operations
  • Knowledge of all kitchen equipment
  • ServSafe certification (within 6 months in position)

Benefits:

  • Bonus incentives
  • 403b Retirement Plan with 100% company match
  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Life Insurance
  • Vision
  • Vacation Time
  • Holidays
  • Sick Time
  • Personal Time
  • Employee Discount Program
  • Uniform

Apply online at cassunygeneseo.wyckwyre.com



Posted 5/23/17

MONROE COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Assistant Director of Housing & Residence Life

Primary Responsibilities: The Assistant Director of Housing and Residence Life has the shared responsibility for residence hall programming, technology management, fiscal management and staffing. The Assistant Director of Housing and Residence Life will assist in the development and maintenance of the residence life environment in the residence halls that promotes an exceptional living/learning experience for the residential population.

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Directly supervise Graduate Assistant and assist with the supervision of four Resident Directors
  • Work with GA to coordinate larger scale departmental programs
  • Assist with the oversight of the Housing and Residence Life conduct process utilizing the Maxient conduct software and adjudicating cases
  • Oversee departmental programming efforts for RA staff and RD staff
  • Assist in the coordination of residence hall staff recruitment, selection and training
  • Serve with Director in on call emergency rotation for consultation with Resident Director staff
  • Serve on the Student Services Behavioral Consultation Team to address, manage, and support high risk students
  • Plan and implement annual orientation/opening weekend program for first year and transfer students
  • Oversee all operations for summer conferencing, including contract management, service coordination, building preparation and summer placement
  • Manage residence hall operations including key management, card access coordination, and building condition reports
  • Serve as a liaison between the Residence Life staff and other on and off campus resources with respect to student development programs
  • Participate in division-wide and campus-wide committees
  • Comply with all local, state and federal requirements
  • Work evening and weekend hours, as requested
  • Assume additional responsibilities as assigned by the Director of Housing and Residence Life or his/her designee

Required Qualifications:
A Master’s Degree in Student Personnel, or related field and a minimum of three years
professional work experience in residence life, including experience in aspects of housing operation:

  • Crisis management
  • Human resources/supervision
  • Information technology
  • Residential education
  • Student behavior
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills with proven ability to provide exceptional customer service to a wide variety of customers
  • Strong team player

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Residence hall administrative experience
  • Experience with management software for housing and/or student conduct
  • Ability to work successfully with students, parents, the general public and other college departments
  • Ability to manage budgets
  • Demonstrated skills in problem solving and mediation for diverse populations

In order to be fully considered, please provide cover letter, resume, unofficial transcripts, personal philosophy statement regarding the role of the community college and list of 3 professional references with contact information by 6/9/17 to Virginia Geer-Mentry via email at vgeermentry@monroecc.edu. Official transcripts will be required at time of employment.



Posted 3/21/17

FINGER LAKES COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Resident Director

Title: Resident Director

Position Summary: Serve as the live-in professional for college residence hall and provide support to college housing office in administration of its Residence Life program

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Implement all policies and procedures of the Office of Housing and Residential Life and the Association
  • Coordinate and administer the overall Residence Life program, including student development and operations components, in assigned residence hall
  • Serve as the live-in, on-call professional responsible for initial response to resident and community needs
  • Serve as a primary support and resource for the daily operations of the assigned residence hall, including clerical and general office support; mail; key management; card access system; reception; meetings; Orientation, Admissions, and special events; and tours.
  • Provide assistance with placement, assignment, billing, maintenance, and other key processes
  • Participate in Resident Assistant staff supervision, training, selection, evaluation, and programming
  • Responsible for instilling a sense of community, maintaining operational standards, and implementing new services within assigned residence hall
  • Serve as primary resource and referral for student staff and residents dealing with specific residence hall problems, including issues with facilities, resident mediation, developmental concerns, and personal matters
  • Develop and maintain awareness of issues within the residence community and work with the Director and Assistant Director of Housing and Residential Life to initiate efforts to respond
  • Work with Resident Assistants to assess student needs and interests, anticipate and promote educational and recreational programs, and support established initiatives that enrich the residential community
  • Address low-level student conduct and maintain records in accordance with the Finger Lakes Community College Student Code of Conduct and Association Housing Rules and Regulations
  • Assist with residence hall openings and closings
  • Perform other duties as assigned

General Responsibilities:

  • Demonstrated ability and strong desire to provide high standard of customer service with enthusiasm and energy
  • Ability to accept direction, prioritize, and work under pressure and time constraints
  • Detail-oriented and organized approach to work
  • Friendly, courteous, and professional demeanor
  • Strong communication and telephone skills
  • Capable of interacting with various constituencies, including staff, faculty, administrators, parents, and students
  • Proficiency in MS Office and MS Outlook
  • Background in supervision and crisis management

Organizational Relationships:

  • The Resident Director is part of the Office of Housing and Residential Life of the Finger Lakes Community College Association and reports to the Director of Housing and Residential Life as well as takes direction from the Assistant Director of Housing and Residential Life

Employment Standards:

  • Bachelor’s Degree required; Master’s Degree preferred
  • Minimum of two to three years of Residence Life experience, preferably in a community college setting
  • On-site residence required

Salary & Benefits:

  • Full-time salaried position, 52 weeks per year, 40 hours per week; a flexible work schedule is required, including evenings and weekends
  • Furnished apartment
  • Sick and vacation leave
  • Health insurance
  • Retirement
  • Meal benefit

Address:
Finger Lakes Community College Association, Inc.
3325 Marvin Sands Drive
Canandaigua, NY 14424