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  • Tuesday, July 30, 2019 9:13 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)

    Paper Conservator

    (July 30, 2019)

    The New York City Municipal Archives Preservation / Conservation Unit is seeking a part-time (2-days/week), contract paper conservator for an approximately 10-month term position to begin in August 2019. The successful candidate will participate in a grant-funded project to conserve a collection of oversized maps and drawings related to the construction of Central Park and the Brooklyn Bridge. Tasks will include surface cleaning, deacidification, mending, lining, and housing of large architectural plans, and assessment and treatment of iron gall ink.

    lining, and housing of large architectural plans, and assessment and treatment of iron gall ink.


     A master’s degree in paper conservation or equivalent training and experience; and/or

     A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college and one year full-time professional experience in archival, records management or library work;

     Education and/or experience equivalent to the above, however all candidates must have the baccalaureate degree from an accredited college.

     Demonstrated knowledge and skill in the analysis and treatment of paper-based materials;

     Experience with creating and implementing treatment plans and completing before, during, and after treatment documentation in accordance with AIC standards;

     Ability to plan, prioritize, and meet deadlines;

     Excellent communication and collaboration skills, and the ability to work well as part of a team;

     Ability to stand for hours at a time, lift and transport up to 30lbs, and work in areas that may include exposure to dust and/or mold


    Experience treating oversized paper-based materials.

    To Apply: Please send email and resume and a cover letter to Recruit@records.nyc.gov

  • Wednesday, July 17, 2019 8:36 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)

    Lead Archivist Consultant 

    (July, 17, 2019)

    Position: Lead Archivist Consultancy

    Department: President’s Office

    Reports to: Special Assistant to the President

    Hours: Monday through Friday between 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., with one-hour lunch breaks (approximately 35 hours per week).

    About International House

    Founded in 1924 by John D. Rockefeller Jr. and the Cleveland H. Dodge family, International House is dedicated to fostering the next generation of global leaders. As home to more than 700 carefully selected graduate students and young professionals annually – representing 100 countries and more than 70 top schools and businesses – I-House is the destination of choice for the best and the brightest of the millennial generation.

    International House provides an unrivaled opportunity for residents to thrive through daily interaction in a culturally, politically, and economically diverse community that is both inclusive and proactive by nature. Its programs encourage diversity of thought and experience, allowing – indeed, ensuring – that the world views of the emerging leaders who come to International House are greatly expanded beyond their initial expectations and even their comfort zones. We believe that the core tenets of the International House experience – respect, empathy, and moral courage – can change the world.

    International House’s alumni are Nobel and Pulitzer Prize winners, CEOs of Fortune 500 companies, national presidents, diplomats, human rights advocates and are renowned in the arts as authors, singers, poets, actors, and choreographers. Past board leadership includes Gerald Ford, Henry Kissinger, Dwight Eisenhower, and David Rockefeller.

    Job Description

    International House seeks a Lead Archivist consultant. The consultant will establish and implement a robust, enduring archives program, including systems and processes, within International House. In the first year of this position, the consultant will have an extraordinary opportunity to initiate a vital institutional program that manages thousands of unique and irreplaceable archival records, raises the profile of the collections, and ensures ongoing preservation of the House’s legacy.

    This position will oversee a team of 1-2 International House Resident Archive Fellows and may oversee an Assistant Archivist. The Lead Archivist will liaise with senior staff and other stakeholders to implement year one of a two-year work program. The position is currently slated to begin on or about July 1, 2019, lasting through about June 30, 2020. If the institution secures adequate project funding, the institution may propose extending its contract with the Lead Archivist through June 30, 2021. No offer for this position will be made before June 19, 2019.


    Primary responsibilities will include leading the work of assembling and processing historical documents within International House and collaborating effectively with staff and with external stakeholders to develop functional archives for broad use and reference. These documents currently reside in storage areas and throughout departments; they have been inventoried at the box level (for additional information, see “Background” section below). The Lead Archivist will pioneer the work of developing an archive from these documents, balancing between highlevel project vision and hands-on archives document assessment responsibilities. Because this is new position, some responsibilities may evolve. Adhering to year one of a two-year project plan, the Lead Archivist will observe the following functions:

    Essential Functions

    Materials Review/ Assessment/ Prioritization

    • Prioritize processing of core collection based on survey findings and guidance from International House staff
    • Create and maintain collection(s), finding aid(s), and archives’ database.
    • Ingest digitized files into the Digital Asset Management system in accordance with archival standards
    • Oversee disposition of duplicate materials and inactive records not needed in the archive and/or for story-telling, administrative, legal, or other purposes


    • Select a Collections Management System and Digital Asset Management System, liaising with relevant staff to implement
    • Supervise day-to-day archive operations
    • Advise project leadership on archive-related operational, administrative, personnel and budgetary matters
    • Develop archives operations policies and procedures
    • Prepare quarterly progress reports
    • Liaise with project leadership on budget expenditures
    • Schedule, assign tasks, and prioritize workloads.
    • Provide input on budget for second year of program

    Management & Support

    • May oversee a full or part-time Archives Assistant
    • Oversee 1-2 resident Archive Technicians (International House resident fellowships), each working approximately 10 hours per week.
    • Provide input to the real estate project leadership team on permanent housing for the archives within International House

    Strategy, Process & Reporting

    • Obtain cost estimates for digitization of select audio-visual materials
    • Develop and initiate a strategic digitization plan

    Additional Functions

    • Prove preliminary revision to the records retention policy regarding archival materials
    • Provide occasional support for social media and related archive publicity efforts
    • Provide a preliminary archive collections policy
    • Provide preliminary identification of collection development opportunities
    • Provide preliminary development of forms and work plans
    • Contribute to any modifications of the project’s mission, vision, and values statements
    • Provide preliminary identification of outreach initiatives, programs and events that will benefit from involvement of the archives and provide archival assets to support these activities
    • Provide preliminary identification of collection development opportunities and project funders, as well as early-stage input how the archives may support the institution’s 2024 centennial.
    • Monitor environment and assess the condition of archival facilities and report pestcontrol and maintenance needs.
    • Answer occasional reference queries to support the work of International House staff

    Principal Functions of the Job

    • 35% Materials Review/Assessment/Prioritization
    • 25% Technology/Operations
    • 20% Management and Support
    • 10% Strategy, Process & Reporting
    • 10% Additional Functions

    Education and Experience Requirements

    • 5+ years of experience in professional-level archives work
    • M.A. or M.L.I.S. in Archives, Library Science, or related field with formal training in archives management and preservation or commensurate experience. Degree should bee from ALA-accredited institution of higher education.
    • Supervisory experience.
    • Demonstrated experience with databases, content management systems, digital asset management systems, film/video elements, and digital formats.
    • Experience in applying metadata standards
    • Experience in budget management
    • Demonstrated experience in collections development.
    • Familiarity with best practices in archival facilities planning.
    • Preferred: professional involvement with the greater education archives and archivists community.

    Ability, Skills and Knowledge Requirements

    • Demonstrated interpersonal skills with the ability to function independently and in groups; to build and maintain relationships with partners and organization staff; to provide exceptional service to a diverse clientele.
    • Knowledge of standard and emerging archival and information science technologies and best practices
    • Ability to maintain confidentiality in all professional matters.
    • Ability to work independently, as well as part of a team.


    The effort to create its first formal archive program is part of broader efforts centered on International House’s 2024 centennial, a building expansion project, and an increased effort to better understand its history. In 2017, the House adopted its first-ever document retention plan. In 2018, International House initiated its first-ever audit of its archives and a re-assessment of archive exhibition spaces. It engaged a consulting firm to develop a project budget and twoyear work plan, to provide preliminary archives review at the box level, and to oversee stabilization of its archives. It initiated disposition of select items and its board passed a resolution supporting the project. In conjunction with staff, trustees, and alumni, it passed vision, mission and values statements for the archives. International House’s records will remain on-site for the foreseeable future.

    Work Environment

    The Lead Archivist will be provided with a dedicated work space that is outfitted with relevant office and support equipment. The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    The noise level in the work environment: normal

    Travel: occasional travel may be required.

    How to Apply

    Please submit a cover letter, resume, and list of three (3) professional references via email to nfranciacotter@ihouse-nyc.org with “Lead Archivist Consultant” in the subject line. The application deadline is June 3, 2019 (or until the position is filled).

    International House provides equal opportunity employment (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, International House complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment. International House expressly prohibits any form of workplace harassment based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability or veteran status.

  • Wednesday, July 10, 2019 10:29 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)
    Fall 2019 Photo Collection Opportunity 

    (July 10, 2019)

    The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) Archives’ Photo Collection contains over 100,000 images. These photographs offer a rich historical overview of JDC’s relief activities over the past century in 90 countries. More than 75,000 photographs have already been digitally scanned. We seek students for an experiential education opportunity to assist with image cataloguing and preservation. The broad range of countries and topics in our scope of this collection, which encompasses regions and time periods such as postwar Europe, 1950’s North Africa and 1960s-70s Israel, allows us to tailor projects to different interests.

    Special projects:

    • Adding to our online database the following photo collections:

    o Community life, education and health services provided to Moroccan Jews from the 1950s-70s

    o Post-WWII Jewish refugees living in Displaced Persons Camps in Austria and Germany

    o Youth and elderly care programs in 1960’s Israel.

    o Assorted collections of JDC activities in Jewish communities of Russia, Hungary, India, and many others

    • Preparing unprocessed images documenting JDC activities in 20 countries (1940’s-70’s) with emphases on Israel, France, Germany and Iran for digitization and preservation.

    Responsibilities include:

    • Creating metadata and integrating new photographs into cataloguing system.
    • Conducting online research and fact-checking to enrich descriptive data for photographs.


    Proficiency in Word and Excel required. Familiarity with database procedures is recommended. Preferred candidates will have completed at least one semester of graduate work in archival, museum, or library studies, or art history. The ideal candidate will be detail-oriented and have a basic knowledge of photographic history.

    All opportunities are unpaid, but may be taken for course credit. The expected schedule is 12-20 hours per week. Options are available in the NY office located in midtown Manhattan and our offsite facility in Long Island City.

    Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to archivesinterns@jdc.org.

  • Thursday, June 27, 2019 8:31 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)

    Part-time, paid archives internship

    (June 27, 2019)

    Vacancy Announcement: Part-time, paid archives internship at the Helen Frankenthaler Foundation, New York City

    Position description:

    The internship at the Helen Frankenthaler Foundation is designed to provide the graduate student with practical work experience in an artist-endowed foundation archives and library. Under the supervision of the archivist, the intern will process and describe digital collection materials using Collective Access, and will assist with the preservation of digital materials in the Foundation’s Digital Repository.


    The ideal candidate will possess the following:

    - Student currently enrolled in an archives studies, library, or history Graduate Degree program, preferably with coursework in digital asset management and digital preservation;

    - Knowledge of archival principles, arrangement and description;

    - Familiarity with DACS and with the use of standardized vocabularies;

    - Strong research and organizational skills;

    - Ability to perform tasks with accuracy and attention to detail;

    - Ability to work successfully in a small office environment;

    - Proficiency with databases and digital asset management systems; experience with Collective Access is a plus.

    Duration of the position:

    September-December, fall semester 2019. No more than 16 hours per week. The internship is located in the Helen Frankenthaler Foundation offices in Chelsea and office hours are between 10am-6pm, Monday-Friday.


    The internship is paid $18/hour.

    To apply:

    Interested students should send a cover letter, resume and contact information for two references to hr@frankenthalerfoundation.org by July 11, 2019.

    Helen Frankenthaler and the Helen Frankenthaler Foundation:

    Helen Frankenthaler (1928-2011), whose career spanned six decades, has long been recognized as one of the great American artists of the twentieth century. She was eminent among the second generation of postwar American abstract painters and is widely credited for playing a pivotal role in the transition from Abstract Expressionism to Color Field painting. Her work is represented in museum collections worldwide and has been the subject of numerous national and international exhibitions and substantial publications. The New York City- based Helen Frankenthaler Foundation, established and endowed by the artist during her lifetime and newly active following the closing of her estate, is dedicated to promoting greater public interest in and understanding of the visual arts. For more information, visit: http://www.frankenthalerfoundation.org.

  • Monday, June 24, 2019 10:31 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)

    Adjunct Processing Archivist [part-time]  

    (June 24, 2019)

    The College of Staten Island Library seeks applicants for the position of Adjunct Processing Archivist [part-time] for the 2019 Fall Semester.

    Duties include:

    • Processes incoming and existing collections to library and national standards, including re-boxing/re-foldering, and creating finding aids.
    • Updates legacy finding aids to include recent accessions.
    • May assist researchers with the use of archives and special collections in person and by phone, chat, email, or other means.
    • Physically maintains the collection, pulling and re-shelving materials used.

    Required Qualifications

    Master of Information Science or Master of Library and Information Studies from an ALA-accredited institution, or equivalent.

    Coursework and/or training in archival theory, methodology, issues, and trends.

    One or more years of job-related experience, preferably in a college library and/or archival environment.

    Demonstrated experience in arranging, describing and preserving complex manuscript and/or archival collections.

    Demonstrated knowledge of and experience with Encoded Archival Description (EAD) and Machine-Readable Cataloging (MARC) formats.

    Knowledge and understanding of library-based descriptive standards including Describing Archives: A Content Standard (DACS) and Resource Description and Access (RDA).

    Strong interpersonal, customer service, facilitation, and communication skills.

    Strong organizational skills and the ability to manage and prioritize multiple tasks and projects, working cooperatively with others or independently.

    Ability to perform accurate, detailed work.

    Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.

    Preferred Qualifications

    Working experience using ArchiveSpace and Omeka.

    Physical Work Environment

    Ability to lift materials weighing up to 30 lbs., shelve/retrieve materials from shelves at ground level up to six feet in height and perform light maintenance tasks.

    Ability to bend, stoop, and push loaded book trucks.

    Dust and other allergens from books and archives may be encountered.

    Salary, depending on qualifications, begins at $42.95 per hour.

    Starting date: September 5, 2019

    Review of applications will begin on July 15, 2019.

    Please email a cover letter, resume, and three names of references to: Library@mail.csi.cuny.edu

  • Friday, June 21, 2019 8:52 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)
    Head, Manuscripts Department

    (June 21, 2019)

    Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America seeks a creative, collaborative, experienced leader and administrator for its manuscript department. The successful candidate will have a proven record of success in inspiring a high performing team of processors and interns, deep knowledge of archival practices, standards, and archival technology systems. The candidate should also possess expertise in the history of women, gender, and sexuality in the United States, and demonstrate commitment to building diverse, equitable, and inclusive excellence in the workplace. Reporting to the Executive Director of the Library, the Head of Manuscripts participates in Schlesinger’s senior management groups, acquisitions committee, and collaborates with other department heads within the Library and across Radcliffe Institute to develop and make readily available premiere collections in the history of women. The Head of Manuscripts contributes to the Library’s continuous effort to offer state of the art and innovative services to our research community. Additionally, the Head of Manuscripts serves on Harvard Library committees, work groups, and task forces to assure the development of Harvard Library systems that serve the mission of Schlesinger Library.

    Interested applicants must apply for the Head, Manuscript Department position through HARVARD CAREERS (https://hr.harvard.edu/search-jobs), Harvard University’s online employment application system. Please combine your cover letter and resume/CV into a single document when you are instructed to "Upload my resume/CV from my computer." Cover letters are required for every application for a position at the Radcliffe Institute. The Radcliffe Institute is not able to provide visa sponsorship for this position.

  • Wednesday, June 19, 2019 7:19 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)

    Archive Fellow 

    (June 19, 2019)

    The Studio Museum in Harlem is the nexus for artists of African descent locally, nationally, and internationally and for work that has been inspired and influenced by black culture. It is a site for the dynamic exchange of ideas about art and society. The Studio Museum has earned a reputation as a leader in the contemporary arts arena and is internationally known for its catalytic role in promoting the work of artists of African descent.

    Reporting to the Studio Museum's Registrar and working in close collaboration with the Lead Consulting Archivist and Museum Archivist, the Archive Fellow will support the processing of The Studio Museum in Harlem's estimated 850 cubic feet of institutional records and assist in the creation of an Encoded Archival Description (EAD) finding aid. The Archive Fellow will work in consultation with the Museum Archivist to follow processing standards and plans, create standardized descriptions, and ensure consistency and quality for the overall project.

    This is a full-time, grant-funded position funded through June 30, 2020.


    • In close conjunction with the Museum Archivist, coordinate the organization of a large, complex, multi-format manuscript collection
    • Assist in inputting, assigning, tracking, and systematizing archive material metadata, following archival metadata standards
    • Assist in establishing a work-flow for archive processing
    • Prepare and distribute monthly reports to track progress
    • Collaborate with Registrar (and relevant Studio Museum departments) to support the archive’s emerging role in all database and digital asset management systems
    • Coordinate digitization, as needed
    • Support reference requests from Studio Museum staff and external institutions
    • Aid in the supervision of Archive Intern(s)


    • Recent graduate or current student pursuing an MLS or MLIS, preferably with an Archives Certification
    • Familiarity with different DAMS and/or similar type Digital Asset Management Software
    • Demonstrated knowledge of working with collections of contemporary art
    • A general understanding and knowledge of the principles of archival appraisal, survey, arrangement, description and preservation, with particular familiarity with MPLP methodology
    • Direct experience with processing collections and establishing an EAD finding aid
    • Consistent accuracy and attention to detail
    • Expertise in the use of a broad range of information systems, services and databases relevant to archives and special collections
    • Effective written and oral communication skills
    • Familiarity with digitization projects
    • Team orientated individual, with a focus on flexibility, versatility, and an ability to work collaboratively
    • Must be able to lift up to 40 pounds, climb a ladder, stoop and reach in a variety of physical locations

    To apply: Please email cover letter and resume in one PDF to job.archive.fellow@studiomuseum.org.

    Please place “Archive Fellow” in the subject line.

    Please note that while careful consideration will be given to each submission, the Museum will only be able to contact those applicants whose knowledge, skills and work experience best fit the requirements of the position.

    The Studio Museum in Harlem is an equal opportunity employer and considers all candidates for employment regardless of race, color, sex, age, gender identification, national origin, creed, disability, marital status, sexual orientation or political affiliation.

  • Monday, June 17, 2019 8:31 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)


    (June 17, 2019)

    LIM College – Where Business Meets Fashion is currently seeking candidates for the position of Archivist/Librarian.

    Founded in 1939, LIM College educates students for success in the global business of fashion and its many related industries. As a pioneer in experiential education, LIM fosters a unique connection between real-world experience and academic study in business principles, offering master’s, bachelor’s and associate degree programs in a variety of fashion-focused majors. Located in the heart of New York City — the nation’s fashion and business capital — LIM provides students with innumerable opportunities for firsthand experience and professional development.


    The Archivist/Librarian is responsible for maintaining the College’s archive and library related duties as determined by the Director of Library Services. This position includes working evenings and weekends.



    Developing policies and procedures regarding the archives

    Processing and describing LIM College’s archives

    Identifying materials relevant to the college’s history

    Placing materials in appropriate archival housing

    Writing and updating finding aids

    Identifying items in need of conservation

    Performing or overseeing the conservation processes

    Assisting patrons with research that relates to the archives

    Planning and implementing digitization of archive materials

    Collaborating with other departments, particularly Institutional Advancement, by using archival materials to create LIM College-themed presentations

    Staying abreast of archive and library trends through participation in local and national associations

    Supervising work of library student workers

    Analyzing patron requests to determine needed information and assisting in locating that information

    Teaching patrons to search for information using research databases and other information sources

    Teaching library information classes

    Keeping statistics related to teaching information literacy classes

    Checking books in and out of the library using the SIRSI library system

    Explaining the use of library facilities, equipment and services

    Offering and relating information about library policies

    Assembling and arranging materials for displays

    Keeping records of all library transactions

    Assisting students with copy machines and printers

    Weeding books, magazines and newspapers as needed

    Responding to patron complaints and taking action as necessary

    Compiling lists of new materials, such as books, periodicals and DVDs as needed

    Assisting in Open House programs as needed


    A master’s degree in Library Science with a concentration in archive studies is required.

    Candidates must have knowledge of all archive requirements and standards.

    At least two (2) years archive and general library experience.

    Basic computer and spread sheet application skills.

    Basic ability to perform conservation repairs on materials as needed.

    Good communication and marketing skills.

    Familiarity with best practices in digitization of archival materials.

    Submit resume, application and cover letter via the following link: https://jobapply.page.link/cDeE

  • Sunday, June 09, 2019 12:11 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)
    Archivist / Art Appraiser Intern 

    (June 9, 2019)

    Art appraiser / archivist intern needed to help identify and appraise works in private collection in residence on Lower East Side, NYC. Collector was renowned art historian / critic whose collection was gifted by the artists he wrote about. Intern would work alongside archivist who is cataloguing writer's archive. Intern would help identify, appraise, and separate works from archive. Appraisal needed for missing pieces, working from photos and video.

    Please send cv with appraisal experience, knowledge of contemporary, postmodern and conceptual art to mcevilleyestate@gmail.com

  • Tuesday, June 04, 2019 10:36 PM | Laura DeMuro (Administrator)

    Associate Archivist

    (June 4, 2019)

    DEPARTMENT: Special Collections and Records Management

    SUPERVISOR: Director of Special Collections and Records Management

    HOURS: 35 hours per week. Monday through Friday. 9am-5pm

    GRADE: 4 - Salaried Exempt


    Molloy College seeks a creative and proactive Associate Archivist to join our Special Collections and Records Management team. The Associate Archivist works collaboratively to implement sustainable solutions for managing and expanding digital collections, and is responsible for accessioning and processing institutional records in both paper and electronic formats. Responsibilities also include providing reference services and participating on special projects.


    • Assists with establishing and developing best practices, procedures and effective workflows relating to electronic records.
    • Manages website collections using Archive-It.
    • Assists with digitization projects.
    • Creates and maintains online exhibits and mobile experiences.
    • Receives records transfers, verifies inventories and provides support for records management activities in accordance with established procedures and schedules
    • Participates in the processing of archival collections in all formats including re-housing, arrangement and description activities.
    • Develops processing plans and workflows.
    • Prepares and improves descriptive metadata for collections, creates database records and finding aids.
    • Participates in departmental outreach activities.
    • Provides archives and records related instruction in both classroom and workplace settings.
    • Performs other duties as needed


    • Master's degree from an ALA-accredited Library and Information Science program, History, or related field with graduate level archival course work
    • 2 years' experience working with archival collections
    • Working knowledge of professional standards and best practices for archives
    • Working knowledge of collections management systems
    • Intermediate skills in digital imaging, scanning and editing
    • Demonstrated intermediate skills working with Microsoft Office and Adobe Suite
    • Ability to establish positive working relationships and communicate effectively, orally and in writing
    • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team with a collaborative approach to problem solving
    • Must be able and willing to lift up to 40 lbs.; stand and/or sit for long periods; navigate step stools, and ladders
    • Preferred working knowledge of metadata standards such as Dublin core, EAD, DACS and controlled vocabularies
    • Preferred experience with using one or more of the following: Archive-It, ArchivesSpace, Preservica, GuidebyCell or InMagic Presto


    • May supervise student assistants, interns and volunteers


    Desktop computer, including spreadsheet and word processing software; copy machine; fax machine, printers, and scanners.


    The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit, talk and hear. The employee is occasionally required to walk; use hands and fingers to operate, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; and reach with hands and arms. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 40 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and the ability to adjust focus.


    The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderately quiet.

    The job description does not constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee and is subject to change by the employer as the needs of the employer and requirements of the job change.

    Molloy College, an independent, Catholic college rooted in the Dominican tradition of study, spirituality, service and community, is committed to academic excellence with respect for each person. Through transformative education, Molloy promotes a lifelong search for truth and the development of ethical leadership.

    All Molloy College employees are expected to display an understanding of and a commitment to the College's mission and core values; foster relationships with a spirit of inclusivity, compassion and respect; appreciate and celebrate differences and support a welcoming and hospitable environment that is responsive and helpful to all members of the Molloy community and beyond.


    Please email resume and cover letter to humanresources@molloy.edu . Please include the position title in the Subject Line. Applications may also be mailed to:

    Office of Human Resources, Molloy College

    1000 Hempstead Ave.

    Rockville Centre, NY 11571-5002


    Women, minorities, persons with disabilities and veterans are encouraged to apply.

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