NJ HealthWorks Success Coach (Grant Funded Position)

The grant-funded NJ HealthWorks Success Coach is responsible for supporting the academic and workplace success of all local health professions apprentices participating in the HealthWorks grant.

The responsibilities of the position include but are not limited to, planning and marketing of all participant/employer orientation sessions to inform potential apprentices about the HealthWorks Grant and available career pathways through apprenticeship; developing and monitoring of all career exploration activities related to health professions program selection, maintaining of all program-related files and documentation related to participant outreach, placement, completion and wage increases; establishing and maintaining an organized and confidential data information management system; developing and growing of ongoing relationships with potential employers; building and maintaining positive and proactive relationships with key College and community stakeholders; assisting in research related to current job demand and interpret job descriptions to determine suitability; conferring and obtaining student and employer feedback regarding students’ apprenticeship experiences; interacting and collaborating with community-based partners regarding employment initiatives; collaborating with the Associate Dean of Health Professions; Director, Career Services, Business Liaisons, and Office of Grants Administration staff to complete all program-related responsibilities and reporting as outlined in the HealthWorks grant; participating  in staff meetings, in-service trainings, staff development meetings and meetings as needed with community partners; serving as a liaison to other areas within the College and outside agencies as needed to support student goals towards employment;  the preparing and tracking of all career-based activities and outcomes; performing additional tasks or duties as assigned by the Associate Dean of Health Professions, Director, Career Services; HealthWorks Business Liaisons, and Office of Grants.

NJ Health Works Business Liaison – Northern (Grant Funded Positions)

The Business Liaisons are responsible for the development, oversight and marketing of apprenticeship opportunities for the NJ Health Works Grant. Through the development of approved apprenticeship work process documentation in identified career pathways, marketing materials and cultivation of employer relationships, these positions will serve a key role for the grants consortium to meet all employment enrollment and completion metrics. Stimulation and growth of existing business accounts through consultative sales and the development of apprenticeship programming and partnerships with government agencies, training providers and industry partnerships is expected to continue simultaneously. These positions will also serve as a primary communication conduit presenting environmental scan information and progress reports to the Employer and Consortium Advisory Councils on a regular basis. This grant funded position  will have responsibility for the Northern region of New Jersey.

 

Manager – Workforce and Career Placement

The Manager of Workforce and Career Placement is responsible for developing and maintaining an infrastructure of employment/job placement services working to prepare students with skills necessary for job search, internship and employment placement with regional business partners. This includes development of employment opportunities using inside sales calls, client and prospect visits, internet research, proposals, marketing campaigns and general networking activities. Establishing and maintaining long-term business partnerships resulting in continued placements. Developing a set of core outcomes for unit and measures, tracking annual performance against objectives, preparing and submitting annual assessment reports to designated offices and fully engaging with the College’s Outcomes Assessment Program.

Career & Technical Education (CTE) Non-Traditional Student Success Coach/Facilitator (Grant-funded position)

This Perkins-funded position will provide counseling/advising for Perkins-funded programs and will will coordinate, plan, develop and deliver comprehensive advising, academic and financial aid support to all non-traditional CTE enrolled students. This individual will address non-traditional students participating in CTE programs, and promote services that are aimed at persistence, program retention and completion.  The position reports to the Dean of Student Support Services.  Responsibilities will include but are not limited to coordinating all financial aid, advising and academic services for CTE non-traditional students; establishing a system to assess non-traditional CTE students’ academic progress towards degree completion; tracking, monitoring and following up with all students under assigned cohorts and further developing and strengthening a system to document retention and attrition statistics; compiling and analyzing demographic data of students; documenting case notes and maintaining records; creating reports and compiling information to evaluate and adjust support services as needed; planning, organizing and coordinating activities, trainings, guest speakers and workshops for program persistence and completion including resume building and interviewing skills, identifying and pairing students with mentors; serving as a resource to faculty and staff on issues pertaining to supporting non-traditional CTE students and functioning as a liaison to community and industry/employer based supplemental resources and services such as mentoring, job  shadowing, and placement opportunities.

STEMatics Academic Counselors

Bergen Community College has a number of grant-funded STEMatics Academic Counselor positions available in the area of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) to provide Academic Counseling for STEM students.  This position will be responsible for assisting current and potential STEM students with the selection of career and curriculum choices and their requirements; aiding students in educational and life skill planning; providing academic counseling and advisement based upon the student’s ability to succeed; advising students of transfer and employment opportunities; conducting academic counseling and group activities which orient the student to academic life and guide the student toward self-analysis and development; referring students to on and off-campus resources and community resources; participating in the development and facilitation of STEM related workshops, orientations and other programs; participating in student and curriculum development; serving on committees to maintain and improve the instructional program;  participating in Student Learning Outcomes (SLO’s) and the SLOs assessment cycle; maintaining confidential records; compiling information to complete reports and performing additional duties as assigned.

Custodian (11:00PM -7:30AM, Monday-Friday and Tuesday-Saturday)

Bergen Community College has ongoing needs to hire Custodians. However, we may not currently have an opening.  Please read the description below and if your qualifications meet the requirements, please feel free to apply.  If there is not a position currently open, we’ll keep your application documents on file and your documents will be reviewed for future consideration as positions become available.

Responsible for all phases of cleaning  and maintenance within the buildings including office areas, corridors, stairwells, elevators, restrooms, showers, classrooms, conference rooms, exterior walks, patios, walls and windows. Typical tasks will include but are not limited to sweeping, mopping, scrubbing stripping and refinishing of floors, dusting, cleaning restrooms, replenishing bathroom supplies, trash removal, vacuuming carpets, changing light bulbs,  setting up and cleaning up for a wide variety of events and executing office moves.

Supplemental Instruction STEM Assistant (Part-time, Grant Funded Position)

Bergen Community College has a part-time opening for a grant funded Supplemental Instruction (SI) STEM Assistant to assist the Cerullo Learning Assistance Center (CLAC) in providing, coordinating and assessing the Supplemental Instruction (SI) as well as the Just-in-Time Online Learning Tool (JOLT) programs for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) students as designated by the STEMatics Grant. This position will supervise SI Leaders and JOLT participants; collaborate with CLAC staff members, and the designated grant team on promotional ideas and other support services; assist in implementing and monitoring the SI program in relation to STEM courses; co-coordinate and conduct SI Leader trainings; collect and analyze data; ensure appropriate resources are available for SI Leaders; assist in the observation of SI sessions and SI Leaders debrief sessions; video editing and audio recording of educational and promotional materials; create and maintain social media support pages; develop applications to provide a centralized hub for STEMatics services; create and maintain online tutorial services utilizing in-house tutors; create LMS (Moodle) shell to increase access to supplemental STEM resources and other duties as assigned.

Forms Designer/Developer (Part-time Position)

Bergen Community College has an opportunity for a part-time Forms Designer/Developer to assist in performing documents & records functions to ensure compliance.  This position will assist in designing e-forms and workflows, assist in maintaining forms inventory and creating reports, perform scanning and imaging tasks, upload and index electronic documents, provides instruction in the use of equipment, software and manuals in areas related to documents management, provides technical support through the Help Desk to users regarding document management, Laserfiche forms, repository and other related issues, assists with facilitating offsite storage of physical documentation as well as special projects and other duties as assigned.

Public Safety Officer

Bergen Community College has ongoing needs to hire Public Safety Officers. However, we may not currently have an opening. Please read the description below and if your qualifications meet the requirements, please feel free to apply. If there is not a position currently open, we’ll keep your application documents on file and your documents will be reviewed for future consideration as positions become available.

The Public Safety Officer protects the life and property of all individuals on campus and protects College property and equipment. Patrols grounds and buildings; enforces conduct of individuals on campus as established by the College; maintains order; ensures compliance of traffic and parking regulations; assists all persons with College business; provides security coverage for special events at the College; reports damage or unusual conditions; checks hazardous conditions and makes the necessary report; polices area of responsibility for cleanliness; performs any other related tasks as may be assigned.

Vice President of Student Affairs – Leadership Opportunity

Bergen Community College invites all highly qualified and experienced individuals to apply for the position of Vice President for Student Affairs (VPSA). This is an exciting opportunity for a skilled strategist to work with the College’s Executive Team during a transformational time to provide leadership in the administration of a comprehensive range of programs and services for students that are consistent with the College’s mission, values and goals. In collaboration with the Student Affairs team, the VPSA develops and maintains initiatives that support an optimal experience for a diverse student population, enriching student learning, social and personal development. The VPSA is responsible for formulating, recommending, implementing and evaluating policies and procedures that drive high performing recruitment and retention efforts of the College.

In partnership with the President and the Executive Team, the Vice President of Student Affairs provides visionary leadership and guidance for all programs affecting student development and success across all three (3) campus locations including but not limited to: enrollment management; recruitment; admissions; testing; registration; financial aid; student life and conduct; counseling; career services; health services; specialized services; veterans and military affairs; and student support services programs. The VPSA formulates, recommends, and implements policies, procedures, programs, processes and systems for Student Affairs that promote student success and ensure inclusivity and equitable student treatment; oversees all aspects of financial aid to deliver student financial aid packages in compliance with federal, state, and institutional regulations and policies; utilizes analytics and data to develop, maintain, implement and enhance student engagement and retention services, programs and initiatives and works collaboratively with the VP of Academic Affairs to engage in a comprehensive and fully integrated approach to enrollment management, student performance and the overall student experience; leads all aspects of the Student Affairs team developing cohesion, collaboration and ensuring an efficient, effective customer service model utilizing creative approaches in the delivery of services; establishes and implements measurable goals and outcomes for the assessment of student services; cultivates cooperative relationships with four-year colleges and universities, local K-12 school systems, community partners and employers; maintains an awareness of the latest findings, trends, technologies and policy conversations related to Student Affairs and participates in local, state, and national professional organizations related to higher education, the community college, and Student Affairs to promote and enhance the College’s relationships, effectiveness and brand.  Manages compliance pertaining to students in regards to Title IX, ADA/Section 504 and other relevant state and federal laws; serves on the Title IX committee of the College as well as a member of the President’s Executive Council, the Management Team, and other administrative committees as assigned.