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Dean of Student Affairs

A renowned leader in fashion-related education located in the fashion capital of the world, LIM College seeks a new Dean of Student Affairs to serve as the chief student affairs officer of the College. Reporting directly to the Provost/Executive Vice President (PEVP), the Dean will provide strategic leadership over the areas of Student Life, Residence Life, Counseling and Wellness, and International Student Services to achieve excellence in all aspects of the student experience. The Dean will also serve as the chief judicial officer for the College regarding any violations of the Student Code of Conduct. The successful candidate should be an extremely well organized, results-driven, and effective communicator who can work collaboratively across the divisions at LIM College to promote holistic student development, provide co-curricular and extracurricular opportunities for students, and support enrollment and retention initiatives.

Located in the cultural and creative heart of midtown Manhattan, LIM College prepares students for careers in every aspect of the business of fashion. Founded in 1939, LIM College continues to excel in preparing students for successful leadership roles in the business aspects of the fashion industry and related disciplines through an integrated, experiential, and creative experience in and out of the classroom. The College provides undergraduate and graduate programs to over 1,756 students representing 31 states and 22 countries. For more information on LIM College, please explore www.limcollege.edu.

Essential qualities for the Dean of Student Affairs include leadership experience in student affairs, strategic planning, budget development, and compliance. The new Dean should exhibit a collegial and collaborative leadership style and knowledge of current national trends and best practices in student development. Successful candidates should demonstrate a commitment to student success and an understanding of the mission and core values of LIM College. A successful history of supervising and mentoring staff, implementing innovative retention initiatives, and developing collaborative relationships with faculty is strongly preferred. A master’s degree or equivalent experience is required for this opportunity, while a doctoral degree is preferred.

Location: New York City is one of the most iconic cities in the world. Surrounded by opportunity and culture, the College provides students with constant interaction with industry partners and global leaders in fashion, design, marketing, and media.

Application: For a confidential discussion or to make a nomination, please contact Brian Bustin, Search Consultant, or Isaac Karaffa, Search Manager, RPA Inc. at 800-992-9277. Applicants may submit only a letter of application and resume/CV to LIMDean@rpainc.org. Additional information will be requested as needed. The first review of candidates will begin on June 10, 2015, and applications will be accepted until the position is filled. LIM College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College does not discriminate in its employment decisions based on race, color, religion, sex, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, unemployment status, or any other status protected by law.

Adjunct Professor- Fashion Merchandising (Retail)

Department: Fashion Merchandising
Job Type: Part-time

General Description:
LIM College - Where Business Meets Fashion, is currently seeking experienced Adjunct Faculty in our Fashion Merchandising Department. We are currently seeking members to teach the following courses in our undergraduate program for the FALL 2015 semester (beginning Monday, August 24th):

Retailing
This course covers how retailers operate the different channels of distribution, the basics of the retail business: buying product, human resource management, visual merchandising, supply chain and customer relationship marketing.

Buying and Retail Math
This course covers how Buyer’s buy product for different types of retail corporations. The topics covered include a Buyer’s job, negotiating with vendors and buying in foreign markets. The majority of the course covers the basic retail math skills that buyers use: markup, markdowns, turnover, gross margin, etc.

Requirements: The person selected will have the following qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate discipline is required.
  • Previous teaching experience at the college level.
  • 3-5 years’ experience in the retail industry.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and ability to engage students in active learning
  • Familiarity with e-learning systems such as Blackboard preferred.
  • Availability to teach weekdays and/or evenings.

Please note the FALL 2015 semester will begin on Monday, August 24th and selected candidates are encouraged to attend the New Faculty Orientation the week of August 17th. Additionally, please note that this is not an online/distance learning position.

For consideration, candidates are required to submit a cover letter, resume or C.V. and the contact information of three professional references to:

Terry Burstein
Chair of Fashion Merchandising, Clinical Assistant Professor
LIM College – Where Business Meets Fashion
545 5th Avenue
7th Floor
New York, NY 10017-3620
T: 212-310-0603
F: 212-750-3447
terry.burstein@limcollege.edu

Adjunct Professor- MPS in Fashion Marketing

General Description:
LIM College - Where Business Meets Fashion, is currently seeking experienced Adjunct Faculty in our Master of Professional Studies in Fashion Marketing.

Requirements: The person selected will have the following qualifications:

Minimum Required Qualifications

  • Instructors must be able to demonstrate knowledge in their subject areas either by means of academic credentials and/or work experience.
  • Instructors must have a minimum of a master's degree

General Preferred Qualifications:

  • Previous teaching experience at the graduate level preferred
  • Experience with online courses a plus
  • Demonstrated knowledge and ability to engage students in active learning
  • Familiarity with e-learning systems such as Blackboard preferred
  • Availability to teach mid-day, evening and possibly weekend courses

We are currently accepting resumes for the following courses:

  • MPSM 600-Fashion Marketing Management
  • MPSM 601-Strategic Consumer Insights in Fashion
  • MPSM 602-Services Marketing in the Fashion Industry
  • MPSM 603-Cause Marketing in the Fashion Industry
  • MPSM 604-Global Marketing in the Fashion Industry
  • MPSM 605-Luxury Brand Management in the Fashion Industry
  • MPSM 606-New Media Marketing in the Fashion Industry
  • MPSM 607-Public Relations in Fashion
  • MPSM 609-Capstone in Fashion Marketing

MPSM 600- FASHION MARKETING MANAGEMENT - 3 Credits
Successful marketing is the result of careful planning and execution, using state-of-the art tools and techniques. Fashion Marketing Management provides the conceptual and practical foundations for all the aspect related to marketing. Students will learn about capturing marketing insights, connecting with consumes and creating long-term relationships, building strong brand equity, as well as delivering and communicating value to consumers. The principles and tools discussed in this course are applicable to the fashion industry and beyond.

MPSM 601 - STRATEGIC CONSUMER INSIGHTS IN FASHION - 3 Credits
Today's businesses rely more and more on consumer insights in order to better understand how they can provide value to their customers. This course provides concepts and tools to obtain meaningful insights about the "hearts" and "minds" of consumers. In turn, these insights can serve as the basis for developing strategic advantages in the marketplace. This course examines consumer decision-making processes, individual determinants of decision-making such as motivation, learning and emotions, as well as social/cultural factors that influence consumer decisions. The course also includes a discussion of the "fashion consumer" and his/her behavior related to fashion brands.

MPSM 602 - SERVICES MARKETING IN THE FASHION INDUSTRY - 3 Credits
There are many service businesses associated with the fashion industry, for example, advertising, Public Relations, Event Planning, fashion publishing, and styling. These service organizations require a distinctive approach to the development and execution of marketing strategy. Successful firms need to recognize service quality as a source of competitive advantage. This course is designed to help students recognize the unique challenges involved in marketing and managing services, including the development of stronger customer relationships through service quality and customer satisfaction.

MPSM 603 - CAUSE MARKETING IN THE FASHION INDUSTRY - 3 Credits
Cause marketing has seen significant growth in recent years. Many companies have recognized that an integration of marketing and social initiatives can help improve corporate image, customer loyalty, and overall business goals. Topics discussed in this course include how supporting a good cause can increase product sales and consumer engagement. The course discusses successful examples of cause marketing and provides actionable advice for integrating marketing goals with support for a good cause.

MPSM 604 - GLOBAL MARKETING IN THE FASHION INDUSTRY - 3 Credits
This course examines the opportunities and challenges that abound in the globalized world of fashion markets. Diverse markets (industrialized, developing and underdeveloped) are analyzed to show the varying tactics a marketer must utilize to compete and thrive in the global marketplace. Topics covered include: analysis of potential global markets, target market identification, competitive analysis, brand positioning, market testing, centralization vs. localization, customization, market entry strategies, distribution and logistical challenges, and marketing campaigns for product/brand introduction.

MPSM 605 - LUXURY BRAND MANAGEMENT IN THE FASHION INDUSTRY - 3 Credits
This course examines issues concerning the creation of brand identity and positioning, taking an in-depth look specifically at the luxury fashion world, including ready-to-wear, haute couture, accessories and licenses products. In this context students will consider the importance of innovation in niche businesses, which must manage brands and brand cachet to maintain consumer loyalty. Other issues such as brand and marketing management, communication management and the latest theories in luxury brand management will be explored through the analysis of contemporary fashion companies.

MPSM 606 - NEW MEDIA MARKETING IN THE FASHION INDUSTRY - 3 Credits
The New Media Marketing Course addresses how fashion companies can incorporate new media approaches to accomplish their communication goals. The types of new media examined include mobile technology, social media networks, interactive television, viral marketing, online video and location-based technologies. Other topics addressed include how to identify and engage influencers to reach a company's target market.

MPSM 607 - PUBLIC RELATIONS IN FASHION - 3 Credits
Practical and theoretical examples of public relations in the Fashion Industry including strategic planning, networking, problem solving, client liaison, pitching, understanding the media, research skills, the fashion market, current public relations techniques, measurement and evaluation, styling, writing, ethical awareness and sustainability, as well as the rise of social media have all influenced the ways in which businesses communicate with the public. The course also looks critically at the issues facing public relations practitioners in the fashion industry today.

MPSM 609 CAPSTONE IN FASHION MARKETING - 3 Credits
The capstone class is designed to give students an opportunity to synthesize and demonstrate knowledge and skills acquired from the other courses completed in the program. Based on previous class content, students will be able to choose fashion marketing projects related to the changing work of fashion, product development, producers of apparel, the marketing of fashion (globally), the policies and strategies of fashion, and the relationship between sales and consumer behavior. The project will necessitate the use of fashion retail analysis and developing a comprehensive marketing plan. Prerequisite: MPSM 600 Fashion Marketing Management.

Instructors are being identified for the 2015 - 2016 academic year.

For consideration, candidates are required to submit a cover letter, resume or C.V. and the contact information of three professional references to the below contact person. In the subject line and your cover letter, please state the course that you would like to teach. In your cover letter, please include your availability for mid-day, evening and weekend classes.

Jacqueline Jenkins
Graduate Studies Director
LIM College – Where Business Meets Fashion
216 East 45th Street
New York, NY 10017-3304
Fax: 212-750-3779
Email: GraduateStudiesCareers@limcollege.edu

Adjunct Professor- MPS in Fashion Merchandising & Retail Management

General Description:
LIM College - Where Business Meets Fashion, is currently seeking experienced Adjunct Faculty in our Master of Professional Studies in Fashion Merchandising & Retail Management.

Requirements: The person selected will have the following qualifications:

Minimum Required Qualifications

  • Instructors must be able to demonstrate knowledge in their subject areas either by means of academic credentials and/or work experience.
  • Instructors must have a minimum of a master's degree

General Preferred Qualifications:

  • Previous teaching experience at the graduate level preferred
  • Experience with online courses a plus
  • Demonstrated knowledge and ability to engage students in active learning
  • Familiarity with e-learning systems such as Blackboard preferred
  • Availability to teach mid-day, evening and possibly weekend courses

We are currently accepting resumes for the following courses:

  • MPSR 651- Advanced Fashion Merchandising
  • MPSR 652-Sales and Consumer Behavior
  • MPSR 653-Fashion Retail Management
  • MPSR 654-Fashion Retail, Branding and Promotion
  • MPSR 655-Retail Visual Merchandising Strategies
  • MPSR 656-Retail Merchandise Management
  • MPSR 657-Technology in Fashion Merchandising & Management
  • MPSR 658-Product Development in Fashion
  • MPSR 660-Capstone Fashion Merchandising & Management

MPSR 651 - ADVANCED FASHION MERCHANDISING - 3 Credits
Fashion consumers today are technologically savvy and global in their choices. Technology today provides consumers with the ability to view the world of fashion faster than ever before. This class provides a broad foundation for students hoping to become a part of the fashion industry. Advanced Fashion Merchandising is designed to offer graduate students a foundation of knowledge related to the history of fashion, the most current theories in fashion development, production, and merchandising of various categories of fashion goods. It will expose students to the changing world of fashion (nature, environment, movement & business), the producers of apparel (product development: mens, womens, children and teens), the marketing of fashion (globally), and the policies and strategies of fashion.

MPSR 652 - SALES AND CONSUMER BEHAVIOR - 3 Credits
Consumer behavior affects all aspects of design, production, merchandising, and promotion in the fashion industry. The course offers graduate students a foundation of learning that will support their ability to assess consumer situations and provide conclusions that will increase consumption and therefore influence retail sales. The Sales and Consumer Behavior class enables students to identify and interpret needs and wants of consumers and how industry processes are applied to plan, develop, produce, communicate, and sell profitable product lines. Specifics, such as how psychological, sociological, and cultural factors influence the what, when, where, why, and how consumers buy what they buy will be studied. It will also include topics ranging from consumer attitudes, personality, and values to the global marketplace, ethics, and social responsibility.

MPSR 653 - FASHION RETAIL MANAGEMENT - 3 Credits
Examines retail operations and strategies within the contemporary marketing context that includes an understanding of the history of retailing, the study of contemporary retailing strategies for consumption, merchandise mix and selection processes, product assortment analysis from the context of the retailer, the examination of retail store and space allocation for product assortments, and an investigation of current retail operations in the global marketplace.
Provides an advanced understanding of the United States (U.S.) retail merchandising and how companies have expanded globally. Graduate students will develop their knowledge of why retailers go international, while maintaining their brand integrity assuring each customer has the same shopping experience as if they were in the U.S. In addition, students will examine how non-U.S. retailers have influenced American's ideas of consumption through their own cultural retailing influences, atmospherics, marketing and product assortments.

MPSR 654 - FASHION RETAIL BRANDING & PROMOTION - 3 Credits
An important and rapidly growing challenge for retailers is developing stimulating and strong representations of products for consumers to purchase in brick & mortar shops, online, in catalogues, through direct marketing, door-to-door and on television- this has been called branding. In this class, students investigate and experience fashion retail brands in today's multichannel fashion context. Students will explore how certain social and cultural topics impact the methods consumer use to purchase merchandise, as well as how retailers use these multichannel methods to communicate, represent, and translate their product's position in the fashion market. Special emphasis will be put on the fashion branding process based upon research, writing, theoretical concept development, marketing, and topics related to the big companies and entrepreneurs. The role of retailers and merchandisers in the branding process will be discussed critically. Students will be responsible for moving beyond traditional "surface" readings and meanings of branding in order to critically understand how media mixes are important to product presentation. New dimensions of product selling are examined for students to become competitive managers in this field.

MPSR 655 - RETAIL VISUAL MERCHANDISING STRATEGIES - 3 Credits
Provides students with an understanding of how retailers use visual merchandising to gain retail market share. Students will examine the store design process identifying the objects used in store design, the mechanics of store design, details and physical structures, and the tangible and intangible aspects of stores. Next, visual merchandising, merchandise presentation, art elements, design elements, window displays, and in-store displays will be discussed. The incorporation of safety, security and loss prevention techniques and devices in visual merchandising will be considered so that students are aware of their importance for assets protection and customer wellbeing. By the end of this course, students will be able to identify the differences between "artful display" and "merchandise presentation" becoming attuned to the importance of both for successful selling.

MPSR 656 - RETAIL MERCHANDISE MANAGEMENT - 3 Credits
Provides a working knowledge of the merchandise mathematics as it relates to planning, flow, distribution, inventory, and pricing. The course covers profitable merchandise and assortment planning and control in conceptual, technical and practical formats. Merchandiser functions, duties and operational processes will be discussed as students develop an annual merchandise plan and then investigate possible modifications and how they could impact the merchandise flow and processes. An understanding of the basic principles of retail math including cost, retail price, and profit is essential in every aspect of the fashion business. Conceptual and authentic formats will be used to demonstrate profitable merchandise and sales planning. Course content, while relating to prior "fashion" learning, will also allow students to understand how to apply math and analytical aspects of retail strategy to products. Prerequisite: MPSR 653 Fashion Retail Management.

MPSR 657 - TECHNOLOGY IN FASHION MERCHANDISING & MANAGEMENT - 3 Credits
A major goal of this course will be technology in fashion merchandising and retailing. Students will critically and analytically explore current technological business strategies and their impact on the business of retail. Various topics include, but not limited to sales, experiential retailing, retailing abroad, advance apparel product development, fashion product promotional strategies, as well as critical analysis of fashion branding. Other topics related to technology could include customer service, human resources, planogram/floor set, visual merchandising/display, sales and completing the sale, merchandising the store, quality of merchandise/product, leadership responsibilities, and future goals. This course will provide students with practical experiences and discussion leading to all aspects of a retail establishment in the merchandising managerial role. Prerequisite: MPSR 651 Advanced Fashion Merchandising.

MPSR 658 - PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT IN FASHION - 3 Credits
This course focuses on the product development process in fashion corporations, from idea generation, screening, concept development, physical development, testing, and commercialization of new products through launch. Cross-functional relationships among departments and managers responsible for design, production, marketing and sales are examined. Particular emphasis is placed on Computer-Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) particularly used for fast-changing areas such as textiles and fashion design. Because CIM simultaneously provides high product variety with low costs, conventional assumptions about competitive strategy and organization design need reevaluation. Special emphasis is placed on how product managers, designers and merchandisers are involved in the development of a line or collection of fashion products.

MPSR 660 - CAPSTONE: FASHION MERCHANDISING & MANAGEMENT - 3 Credits
The capstone class is designed to be the crowning achievement of the student at the end of the program. It is a course designed to give students an opportunity to use knowledge and acquired skills from the other classes completed in the program. Faculty will use this class as a method of student evaluation of what they have learned. The students will gain experience solving a problem in the fashion industry that will span several areas studied in the program. Based on previous class content, students will be able to choose projects related to the changing world of fashion, product development, producers of apparel, the marketing of fashion (globally), the policies and strategies of fashion, and the relationship between sales and consumer behavior. The project will necessitate the use of fashion retail analysis. Prerequisite: MPSR 656 Retail Merchandise Management.

Instructors are being identified for the 2015 - 2016 academic year.

For consideration, candidates are required to submit a cover letter, resume or C.V. and the contact information of three professional references to the below contact person. In the subject line and your cover letter, please state the course that you would like to teach. In your cover letter, please include your availability for mid-day, evening and weekend classes.

Jacqueline Jenkins
Graduate Studies Director
LIM College – Where Business Meets Fashion
216 East 45th Street
New York, NY 10017-3304
Fax: 212-750-3779
Email: GraduateStudiesCareers@limcollege.edu

Adjunct Professor- MPS in Global Fashion Supply Chain Management

General Description:
LIM College - Where Business Meets Fashion, is currently seeking experienced Adjunct Faculty in our Master of Professional Studies in Global Fashion Supply Chain Management.

Requirements: The person selected will have the following qualifications:

Minimum Required Qualifications

  • Instructors must be able to demonstrate knowledge in their subject areas either by means of academic credentials and/or work experience.
  • Instructors must have a minimum of a master's degree

General Preferred Qualifications:

  • Previous teaching experience at the graduate level preferred
  • Experience with online courses a plus
  • Demonstrated knowledge and ability to engage students in active learning
  • Familiarity with e-learning systems such as Blackboard preferred
  • Availability to teach mid-day, evening and possibly weekend courses

We are currently accepting resumes for the following courses:

  • Capstone Course-Supply Chain Management Industry Project
  • Global Business Management
  • Innovation and Change Management
  • Logistics Management
  • Project and People Management
  • Strategic Sourcing Solutions (Industry Exploration)
  • Supply Chain Analytics
  • Supply Chain Management from an E-Commerce Perspective
  • Supply Chain Management Fundamentals
  • The Relationship between Fashion and the Supply Chain

Capstone Course - Supply Chain Management Industry Project - 3 Credits - Semester 3
The capstone class is designed to give students an opportunity to synthesize and demonstrate knowledge and skills acquired from the other courses completed in the program. Based on previous class content, students will be able to complete the supply chain management project that relates to the dynamics of the fashion industry. The project provides student with an opportunity to practice the program's learnings in a real-world scenario.

Global Business Management - 3 Credits - Semester 1
This course focuses on the particular traits needed to develop a global perspective and bring together the necessary multicultural business alliances to lead global projects. This course also examines ethics in relation to social responsibility and the importance of ethical decision-making in the context of global textile and apparel businesses. Students will also explore various leadership theories and models needed within the global business environment.

Innovation and Change Management - 3 Credits - Semester 3
This course provides students with the elementary quantitative tools needed within the supply chain field. This course highlights methods that are frequently used by many businesses while introducing students to a collection of quantitative tools designed to enhance managerial decision-making. Students will learn the necessary skills to transition individuals, teams, and organizations to a desired future state.

Logistics Management - 3 Credits - Semester 1
This course will cover all elements of distribution and logistics management such as the physical distribution of goods, warehouse selection, material handling, packaging, order fulfillment, customer service, inventory management, receiving, production stores, and returned goods. The course will also address key technology issues such as enterprise resource planning (ERP), bar coding, electronic data interchange (EDI), electronic commerce (e-commerce), and distribution resource planning (DRP). Students will gain the knowledge to be effective in a logistics management role.

Project and People Management - 3 Credits - Semester 2
This is a course that focuses on the human relations and project management aspects of supply chain management. Students will learn how to address the challenges of managing complex team structures such as those often found within the supply chain network. Students will grasp basic project management skills such as resource and time management while also learning how to assign and monitor responsibilities within the project team.

Strategic Sourcing Solutions (Industry Exploration) - 3 Credits - Semester 2
This course focuses on an understanding of the strategic importance of operations and how efficient practices can provide a competitive advantage in the marketplace. During a one-week, students will evaluate product and supply chain characteristics and learn a framework for aligning the right strategies for an effective supply chain that supports the organization's long-term strategic goals.

Supply Chain Analytics - 3 Credits - Semester 2
This course involves the application of frameworks and mathematical modelling tools for supply chain management problems including the "uncertainty matrix" and its role in supply chain strategy development. Students will apply quantitative skills for demand forecasting, aggregate planning, and sales and operations planning.

Supply Chain Management from an E-Commerce Perspective - 3 Credits - Semester 2
This course provides an understanding of how sourcing and product fulfillment have evolved to meet the demands of the e-commerce business model. Students will learn about information sharing within the supply chain and tactics for reducing inventory costs such as point-of-sale data and automation replenishment, vendor-managed inventory, postponement and drop shipping. Through class assignments, students will evaluate operations management tactics for online sales.

Supply Chain Management Fundamentals - 3 Credits - Semester 1
This introductory course defines the supply chain and provides background information to introduce the concepts in the program. The objective of this course is to understand the challenges of managing an effective supply chain, including variability, organizational silos and tradeoffs. Students will learn the importance of supply chain metrics and other performance monitors.

The Relationship between Fashion and the Supply Chain - 3 Credits - Semester 1
This course provides our students with the perspective of how in-house and outsourced sourcing departments contribute to the design, production, and distribution of goods. Students will learn about the design process and the role that the supply chains plays in merchandising decisions. For the class project, students will develop an integrated sourcing calendar that demonstrates the need for collaboration throughout the supply chain.

Instructors are being identified for the 2015 - 2016 academic year.

For consideration, candidates are required to submit a cover letter, resume or C.V. and the contact information of three professional references to the below contact person. In the subject line and your cover letter, please state the course that you would like to teach. In your cover letter, please include your availability for mid-day, evening and weekend classes.

Jacqueline Jenkins
Graduate Studies Director
LIM College – Where Business Meets Fashion
216 East 45th Street
New York, NY 10017-3304
Fax: 212-750-3779
Email: GraduateStudiesCareers@limcollege.edu

Adjunct Professors - Fashion Merchandising

Department: Fashion Merchandising
Job Type: Part-time

General Description:
LIM College - Where Business Meets Fashion, is seeking experienced adjunct faculty members to add to their faculty pool teaching courses in the Fashion Merchandising Department. Please see the courses offered in the department through the LIM Website at the following link:

http://limcollege.catalog.acalog.com/content.php?catoid=44&navoid=3407#Fashion_Merchandising

Requirements: The person selected will have the following qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate discipline.
  • Previous teaching experience at the college level preferred.
  • Ability to integrate technology in the classroom.
  • Ability to engage students in active learning.
  • Familiarity with e-learning systems such as Blackboard preferred.
  • Availability to teach weekdays and/or evenings.

For consideration, candidates are required to submit a cover letter, resume or C.V. and the contact information of three professional references to:

Terry Allan Burstein
Chair LIM Fashion Merchandising Department
LIM College – Where Business Meets Fashion
12 East 53rd Street
New York, NY 10022-5268
Fax: 212-750-3493
Email: terry.burstein@limcollege.edu

Assistant Director of the Writing Center

Department: Arts & Sciences
Job Type: Full-Time
Hours: 35 hours per week

General Description:
Full-time faculty contribute to their department’s teaching and curriculum as well as the college curriculum overall. They contribute to student retention by serving as advisors to students. Full-time faculty should have a well-planned vision for their department, making proposals for new initiatives and carrying out approved proposals for new programs, courses, curricula, teaching tools or any other initiative that enhances the LIM education. The Assistant Director of the Writing Center supports the Director of the Writing Center in all functions related to running the Center. Responsibilities include developing workshops and contributing to the writing curriculum and, specifically, providing ESL courses and tutoring. The Assistant Director conducts everyday Writing Center operations and serves as a faculty member of the Arts and Sciences department.

Essential Functions and Basic Duties:

  • Teaching 3 classes per semester. These courses may include Writing Essentials, English Composition, Communication for International Students, and ESL courses as needed.
  • Serve as Coordinator of curricular support programs/courses for International Students
  • Assisting the Director of the Writing Center develop a WAC (Writing Across the Curriculum) program by developing and providing presentations to instructors requesting support.
  • Assist with recruitment, training, and scheduling of tutors.
  • Assist with student publications and writing groups.
  • Assisting the Director of the Writing Center with all administrative duties
  • Contributing to the curriculum and faculty development of the College by serving on department and college-wide committees
  • Contributing to learning outcomes assessment for relevant disciplines (could include developing tools, training part-time faculty, analyzing outcomes and writing assessment reports)
  • Being actively involved in professional associations to keep current in disciplines taught and in order to improve teaching and College service
  • Helping to observe faculty classroom teaching as needed
  • Assessing and revising content and methods of courses taught according to research
  • Working closely with students outside of the classroom as a faculty mentor
  • Holding regular office hours weekly
  • Participating in all college-wide programs
  • Serving on the Faculty Council and standing committees
  • Performing other duties as assigned

Requirements: The person selected will have the following qualifications:

Minimum Required Qualifications

  • MA /MFA in Writing with TESOL or ESL certification
  • Three to five years of related experience
  • College level teaching experience, including international students
  • Course development and assessment, including international students
  • Knowledge of fields taught within the major.
  • College level teaching experience in hybrid and online delivery methods is preferable.
  • Experience teaching ESL or TOFEL courses to International students 
  • Experience teaching Composition across course levels and in various delivery methods

A comprehensive benefits package includes hospitalization, medical, prescription drugs, dental, vision, life insurance, vacation and a 401K plan.

For consideration, candidates are required to submit a cover letter, resume or C.V. and the contact information of three professional references to:

Carolyn Higgins
Human Resources Coordinator
LIM College – Where Business Meets Fashion
12 East 53rd Street
New York, NY 10022-5268
Fax: 212-750-3493
Email: hrcareers@limcollege.edu

Associate Director of Graduate Studies

Department: Graduate Studies
Job Type: Full-time
Hours: 35 hours per week

General Description:
The position is primarily responsible for driving the development and execution of high-quality academic experiences within our face-to-face and distance learning environments while also supporting administrative functions within the department. This position supports the hiring, development and reappointment of faculty, helps to oversee the assessment and monitoring of learning outcomes and curriculum development. This individual will also support the maintenance and reporting for the College’s accreditation requirements. The Associate Director will provide academic advising to graduate students while also upholding the College’s commitment to a diverse classroom learning experience that focuses on an experiential learning model.

Essential Functions and Basic Duties:

Supports the hiring of adjunct faculty.

  • Communicates with Human Resources on the advertising of positions.
  • Interviews candidates.
  • Assures that all relevant paperwork for hiring is completed.
  • Communicates with the new hire regarding orientation and other pertinent meetings.
  • Provides the Academic Coordinator with a copy of the hire’s resume.

Leads and coordinates all faculty development

  • Develops, executes, and maintains a faculty development plan for Graduate Studies.
  • Conducts a faculty development training session twice a year.
  • Partners with the Director of Instructional Technology to ensure that faculty members are knowledgeable about the College’s technology applications.

Evaluate and support Graduate Studies faculty members.

  • Monitors courses for purposes of providing feedback to faculty and informing the Director of Graduate Studies about curriculum recommendations.
  • Reviews all course evaluations; discusses the results with the Graduate Studies Director and faculty. Makes faculty recommendations to the Director of Graduate Studies based upon course evaluations.
  • Helps conduct new instructor class observations (first two semesters and as needed) and prepares reports on these; discusses the results with the faculty member.
  • Helps faculty with the development of syllabi, projects and exams.
  • Writes annual performance reviews for full-time faculty members.
  • Recommends annual professional development plans for all faculty members.
  • Conducts two department-wide meetings each semester; meets regularly with faculty.
  • Supports the retention of faculty members by proactively addressing concerns and actively working to ensure that Graduate Studies demonstrates mutual respect, professionalism and collegiality throughout the department.

Executes learning outcomes assessment for Graduate Studies.tions

  • Devises strategies to assess learning goals and ensures these strategies are implemented throughout the curriculum and course delivery.
  • Oversees the process to develop and revise, as needed, learning goals for the department.
  • Provides the Director of Graduate Studies with a report on learning outcomes annually.

Assists in curriculum development efforts for Graduate Studies.

  • Prepares proposals for departmental curriculum changes. Ensures that all curriculum revision decisions are grounded in research and best practices.
  • Reviews all curriculum change proposals with the Director of Graduate Studies.
  • Supports the delivery of courses within face-to-face and distance learning environments. Develops class schedules and monitors curriculum reviews.
  • Participates as an integral member of the Graduate Studies Curriculum Committee.
  • Works with the Registrar’s Office to ensure the implementation of all curriculum modifications.

Participates in Student Advising.

  • Meets with students to provide insight into their academic affairs.
  • Oversees the program’s academic probation process.
  • Seeks opportunities to enhance the graduate academic experience through constant communications with students.
  • Establishes a student advising process that ensures consistency and thoroughness of the information throughout the student advising experience.

Contributes to the profession through research, publications, presentations, and consulting.

  • Works with the Director of Graduate Studies to set annual scholarship goals.
  • Uses research to improve the teaching and programmatic efforts of the College.

Undertakes other duties, as assigned, and participates in College-wide programs.

Requirements: The person selected will have the following qualifications:

Minimum Required Qualifications

  • Doctorate degree, a variety of disciplines to be considered
  • Knowledge of higher education.
  • Excellent verbal, written, and technological skills.
  • Demonstrated history of initiative.
  • Good interpersonal and public relations skills.
  • Superior analytical, creative, and problem-solving abilities.
  • Project management skills and well organized.
  • Able to work well in a team environment.
  • Innovative thinker.

General Preferred Qualifications:

  • Doctorate degree, business strongly preferred
  • Preference given for previous curriculum and faculty management experience.
  • Experience with an international student body preferred.
  • Three to five years of higher education experience preferred.

A comprehensive benefits package includes hospitalization, medical, prescription drugs, dental, vision, life insurance, vacation and a 401K plan.

For consideration, candidates are required to submit a cover letter, resume or C.V. and the contact information of three professional references to:

Carolyn Higgins
Human Resources Coordinator
LIM College – Where Business Meets Fashion
12 East 53rd Street
New York, NY 10022-5268
Fax: 212-750-3493
Email: hrcareers@limcollege.edu

Career Advisor

Department: Experiential Education & Career Management
Job Type: Full-time
Hours: 35 hours per week

General Description:
The Career Advisor shall be responsible to the Associate Director of Career Management for providing leadership for career management and act as a member of the Experiential Education & Career Management team. This includes providing comprehensive services and information resources that enable students to take active responsibility for their career decision and job search; equipping students for making career plans by facilitating awareness of their work related strengths, interests, and values and understanding the world of work; preparing students for finding suitable employment by enhancing their job search skills and capacity to express the relevance of strengths to employers; and fostering relationships with the employer community to provide students with opportunities to develop professional skills, integrate academic learning from work, and find jobs.

Essential Functions and Basic Duties:

    Core Functions

  • Provide one-on-one and group career exploration, job search, and employment advising to current students and alumni, mindful of ever changing student populations and placement goals and objectives.
  • Effectively represent the Experiential Education & Career Management department through collaboration with faculty, administrators, and campus departments; identifying, defining, and meeting alumni & student career planning and placement goals and objectives.
  • Partner with Associate Director of Experiential Education in developing content and effectively delivering assigned experiential education programs, comprising both tactical and in person teaching responsibilities.
  • Partner with the Associate Director of Employer Management to cultivate a targeted employer caseload within assigned area of industry in support of overall Experiential Education & Career Management initiatives; implementing an employer development strategy designed to establish and maintain relationships with employing organizations and recruiting professionals.
  • Teach four to five seminar and/or internship classes as part of the Career Advising Model, whereby students are to Career Advisors based on enrollment in Experiential Education classes.
  • Individually and as a department, help support College-wide goals and objectives as outlined in the College’s strategic plan.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned.

   Administrative Duties

  • On a rotational basis, attend all College-wide events as requested, comprising daytime, nighttime, and weekend events.
  • Perform administrative tasks in support of tracking, assessing, and reporting student job search activities, advising appointments, internship performance, and communication with employer partners; maintain up-to-date Symplicity records on all students and assigned employers.
  • Update and create handbooks, assignments, policies, etc. in consultation with Associate Director of Experiential Education for assigned programs ensuring effective program delivery and student development.
  • Assist in office networking efforts and events to add to industry contacts and partnerships.
  • Participate with site visits as assigned.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with businesses and fashion industry organizations to proactively keep abreast of hiring and educational opportunities for both current students and recent alumni.

Requirements: The person selected will have the following qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • 1-2 years Career Development experience in a higher education setting
  • Knowledge of word processing and spreadsheet applications, best practices in career development, and industry knowledge a must; knowledge of direct and indirect career opportunities within fashion and related industries a must.
  • Masters preferred
  • Fashion Industry experience preferred

A comprehensive benefits package includes hospitalization, medical, prescription drugs, dental, vision, life insurance, vacation and a 401K plan.

For consideration, candidates are required to submit a cover letter, resume or C.V. and the contact information of three professional references to:

Carolyn Higgins
Human Resources Coordinator
LIM College – Where Business Meets Fashion
12 East 53rd Street
New York, NY 10022-5268
Fax: 212-750-3493
Email: hrcareers@limcollege.edu

Full-Time Faculty - International Business

Department: Marketing, Management & Finance
Job Type: Full-Time
Hours: 35 hours per week

General Description:
Full-time faculty members in Marketing, Management & Finance are responsible for teaching, providing service to the college, and scholarship in the field. She/he contributes to the department’s curriculum in the areas of Marketing & Management and assists the department chair in the mentoring of adjunct faculty teaching these courses. Please note-This is a full time non-tenure track position to begin August 2015.

Essential Functions and Basic Duties:

  • Work four full days per week at the college
  • Teach 3-4 courses per semester
  • Perform academic advisement for department majors
  • Stay current with innovative teaching methods and industry developments
  • Contribute to the profession through research, consulting, presentations, and/or publications
  • Hold regular office hours weekly
  • Work closely with students outside of the classroom as a faculty mentor
  • Assist the Department Chair in course and program assessment as well as curriculum development
  • Assist the Department Chair and other faculty in norming core courses
  • Conduct observations of faculty as assigned by Chair or Associate Chair
  • Work closely with other faculty as a mentor and resource
  • Serve on the Faculty Council and standing committees
  • Contribute to college-wide programs such as Open House
  • Actively engage with the field through relevant association memberships
  • Work well in a team environment
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Requirements: The person selected will have the following qualifications:

   Minimum Required Qualifications

  • Ph.D. or DBA in International Business, Management or Marketing or related field from an accredited school is required; ABD with completion anticipated by December 2015 can be considered.
  • A completed Ph.D. or DBA in International Business, Management, or Marketing or related field from an accredited school (preferred) including: Significant residency requirement; oral proposal defense; oral dissertation defense
  • Knowledge of fields taught within the major.
  • College level teaching experience; Two or more years teaching experience
  • Excellent communication and technological skills.
  • Demonstrated history of initiative.
  • Good interpersonal and public relations skills.
  • Superior analytical, creative, and problem-solving abilities.
  • Project management and organizational skills.
  • Able to work well in a team environment.

   General Preferred Qualifications:

  • Preference will be given to candidates with research and/or experience in international business.

A comprehensive benefits package includes hospitalization, medical, prescription drugs, dental, vision, life insurance, vacation and a 401K plan.

For consideration, candidates are required to submit a cover letter, resume or C.V. and the contact information of three professional references to:

Carolyn Higgins
Human Resources Coordinator
LIM College – Where Business Meets Fashion
12 East 53rd Street
New York, NY 10022-5268
Fax: 212-750-3493
Email: hrcareers@limcollege.edu

Graduate & Alumni Career Advisor

Department: Experiential Education & Career Management
Job Type: Full-Time
Hours: 35 hours per week

General Description:
The Graduate & Alumni Career Advisor (GACA) shall be responsible to the Associate Director of Career Management for providing leadership for career management and act as a member of the Experiential Education & Career Management team. The GACA is responsible for managing the experiential education and employment services provided to graduate students and alumni, being mindful of the needs and interests of a graduate program student population; in particular, to assist graduate students with securing both appropriate graduate level internships and seeking graduate level employment upon graduation; managing and coordinating career oriented noncredit seminars and serving on LIM College committees.

Essential Functions and Basic Duties:

  • Manage all career services functions provided to Graduate Studies students; both MBA and MPS populations.
  • Manage all career advising functions provided to alumni.
  • In conjunction with the Associate Director of Employer Management & Alumni Relations, plan and facilitate events for the alumni population.
  • Develop graduate level industry contacts on a continual basis under the supervision of the Associate Director of Employer Management. Become actively involved in professional industry organizations and attend networking events to build relationships beneficial for the graduate students.
  • Collaborate with other departments across the College in order to provide the best career services for graduate students.
  • Advise and assist students in their future career plans; facilitate interviews and job leads and arrange on-campus-recruiting events under the direction of the Associate Director of Employer Management targeted towards graduate student and alumni populations.
  • Maintain internal career services databases.
  • Cultivate employer relationships within assigned area of industry.
  • Facilitate the internship program which includes and is not limited to booking guest speakers, collaboration on an internship project and related course syllabus and materials and planning of a career preparedness seminar series.
  • Create and administer assessments and surveys related to student internships and career services satisfaction and report on results obtained.
  • Research guest speakers and seminar leaders appropriate for a graduate level audience.
  • Build and maintain the social media accounts for Graduate Studies.
  • Research and report on job trends relating to MBA and graduate level students.
  • Administer, collect and report on data for graduate employment outcomes.
  • Participating in LIM College committees
  • Participating in college-wide events working between 7 and 10 Saturdays per Academic Year
  • Performing other duties as assigned

Requirements: The person selected will have the following qualifications:

Minimum Required Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree required
  • Three (3) to Five (5) years experience working with graduate students or adult learners required
  • Knowledge of processes and procedures in providing graduate students with internships and placement
  • Executive recruiting experience necessary
  • Experience with Symplicity career management system
  • Knowledge of Graduate level job functions and roles as pertaining to students seeking employment
  • Microsoft office
  • Skilled at social media practices used in placement and recruitment

General Preferred Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree
  • History of working in the fashion industry and/or creative fields a plus
  • Experience working with international students and student visas preferred

A comprehensive benefits package includes hospitalization, medical, prescription drugs, dental, vision, life insurance, vacation and a 401K plan.

For consideration, candidates are required to submit a cover letter, resume or C.V. and the contact information of three professional references to:

Carolyn Higgins
Human Resources Coordinator
LIM College – Where Business Meets Fashion
12 East 53rd Street
New York, NY 10022-5268
Fax: 212-750-3493
Email: hrcareers@limcollege.edu

Graduate Studies Administrative Assistant

Department: Graduate Studies
Job Type: Full-Time
Hours: 35 hours per week

General Description:
The Graduate Studies Administrative Assistant supports the mission of the Graduate Studies office by providing overall administrative support for day-to-day operations and assigned. The Graduate Administrative Assistant performs a variety of administrative tasks supporting Graduate Studies Director in the Graduate Studies Office.

Essential Functions and Basic Duties:

  • Provide overall administrative support to the Director and Associate Director of Graduate Studies.
  • Reconcile expense reports and the American Express expenditure
  • Process the paperwork for Graduate Studies expenditures
  • Take minutes at departmental meetings
  • Assist the department by maintaining the accuracy of information in the Catalogue, on the website, and in other publications as needed
  • Maintain the Director of Graduate Studies calendar and meeting schedule
  • Schedule student and faculty meetings for the Associate Director when appropriate
  • Edit and create documents, presentations, and PPT
  • Provide administrative support for the recruitment of new faculty and the development of the academic schedules
  • Serve as a resource for Student Life, Institutional Advancement, and Admissions efforts such as the mentor programs and commencement
  • Prepare forms for submission to Office of the Registrar
  • Serve on College committees as assigned by the Associate Director
  • Collect, analyze, and report on data for the department
  • Coordinate textbook requests
  • Retrieve messages from dept. voice mail and email
  • Order and organize office supplies, maintain materials & supplies inventory
  • Under the direction of the Director of Graduate Studies oversee Work-Study students
  • Field questions via telephone, mail and email from students and faculty
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Requirements: The person selected will have the following qualifications:

Minimum Required Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Knowledge of word processing and spreadsheet applications
  • Two (2) or more years in administrative role
  • Proficient typing skills. Able to perform dictation and transcription tasks
  • Good interpersonal and public relations skills
  • Solid analytical, creative, and problem-solving abilities
  • Project management skills and well organized
  • Able to work well independently
  • Intermediate skills in MS Office

A comprehensive benefits package includes hospitalization, medical, prescription drugs, dental, vision, life insurance, vacation and a 401K plan.

For consideration, candidates are required to submit a cover letter, resume or C.V. and the contact information of three professional references to:

Carolyn Higgins
Human Resources Coordinator
LIM College – Where Business Meets Fashion
12 East 53rd Street
New York, NY 10022-5268
Fax: 212-750-3493
Email: hrcareers@limcollege.edu

Housing Operations Coordinator

Department: Housing & Residence Life
Reports To: Director of Housing & Residence Life
Job Type: Full-time

General Description:

The Housing Operations Coordinator (HOC) position is responsible for the assistance of the overall management of the LIM College Residents at 1760. The HOC is responsible for occupancy and room assignments, billing, marketing related to occupancy, overseeing operational processes such as the work order
systems, as well as coordinating and managing the summer conferences. As a key staff member, the HOC is expected to provide an educational environment for individuals, and the individual selected will possess the character, competency, and potential skills necessary to accomplish this endeavor. This is a 12-month single occupancy live-in position.

As a member of the LIM College Housing & Residence Life Staff, the HOC must have an overall working knowledge of the College so that he/she can appropriately assist, advise, and be a liaison between residents, Resident Advisors, Summer Conference Assistants and other members of the College community. He/she must possess good judgment in order to cope with the day-to-day decisions. They must be knowledgeable about, enforce, and personally abide by all College rules and regulations; and have a personal and professional commitment which goes beyond specific job responsibilities while being committed to personal growth. Ultimately, he/she is responsible for maintaining the operations and the living standards within the hall.

Together with the Director of Housing & Residence Life, and the Resident Director, the HOC is expected to develop and implement strategies to improve the living/learning environment at 1760. The overall expectations of a HOC are many and have been broken down into four major areas: Staff Supervisor, Community Developer/Programmer, Staff Member and Administrator.

Essential Functions and Basic Duties:

Staff Supervisor

  • Assisting with the supervision all Resident Advisors.
  • Supervising Summer Conference Assistants
  • Ensuring staff compliance with established Housing & Residence Life, 1760 Realty, EHS, and LIM College Policies.
  • Assisting with the training and support Resident Advisors in limit setting situations.
  • Continuing training efforts on an on-going basis with the Resident Advisor staff through individual conferences, staff meetings, and regular staff development efforts.
  • Supporting and supervising Conference Assistants in their administrative assignments ensuring accuracy, timeliness and completeness.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Staff Member

  • Actively support and comply with all College policies, Housing & Residence Life Housing contract regulations and Department's vision and goals.
  • Developing and maintaining positive relationships with both residents and area staff that encourage on-going communication, mutual support and respect.
  • Maintaining effective positive relationships with other College departments (i.e., maintenance, the building Security, Counseling Center, SFS, etc.).
  • Working within the limits of professional capabilities, assisting students who have academic, vocational, and personal concerns. Make appropriate referrals when necessary.
  • Managing situations involving various psychological, emotional, medical or other safety related emergencies or incidents in the residence halls.
  • Participating in departmental training sessions as scheduled.

Housing Operations

  • Promoting and developing management procedures and practices that preserve and enhance the facilities by conducting equipment and building inventories on a regular basis. Offer recommendations for the purchase of furnishings and equipment, the improvement of housekeeping services, preventative maintenance, vandalism programs and safety measures.
  • Conducting regular building walk thrus. Investigate reported damages and assist with the damage billing process as necessary and communicate to the Director of Housing Residence Life.
  • Coordinating room selection for returning students and the room assignment process for new students including the processing of applications and managing email and phone inquiries.
  • Recording any changes in housing rosters and communicate any inconsistencies to the Director of Housing & Residence Life.
  • Creating and implementing marketing plans including coordinating the development and distribution of brochures, flyers, email invitations, signage, and other marketing materials.
  • Coordinating summer conference housing.
  • Maintaining all appropriate documentation related to housing & residence life (i.e., work order log, room condition reports, room change forms, community development logs, health and safety forms and log of emergency calls, etc.)
  • Recruiting and maintaining ongoing contact with conference clients and vendors.
  • Assisting the Dean of Student Affairs with negotiating summer housing conference and guest contracts.
  • Coordinating room turn overs and building preparation for summer and academic year housing.
  • Working with the Director of Housing & Residence Life, the Director of Institutional Research to measure student residential satisfaction.

Administrator

  • Establishing and maintaining office hours in consultation with the Director of Housing & Residence Life to ensure availability to staff and students. These hours may be altered if the needs of the students/staff warrant. The HOC may be asked to assist with additional area office coverage from time to time.
  • Participating in weekday and weekend on-call rotation. Weekdays between 5PM – 9AM when the College is opened, and all day weekends, and holidays when the college is closed unless otherwise established with the Director of Housing & Residence Life.
  • Attending individual and area staff meetings (as scheduled) and participate in on-going area staff development activities as determined by the Director of Housing & Residence Life.
  • Conducting assigned responsibilities associated with checking in/out students and other administrative processes related to housing residents.
  • Assisting in coordination of hall opening and closing procedures at the beginning and end of each semester.
  • Managing the housing phone line and department email account and assist with any housing inquiries or parent / student issues.
  • Assisting with all electronic communications including email and working with other LIM College departments with website management.
  • Maintaining appropriate conduct documentation and enforcing rules and regulations of the residence halls.
  • In conjunction with building management, conduct fire drills and safety inspections as scheduled.
  • Representing the Office of Residence Life at all Admission Open Houses, and New Student Orientation to provide information regarding the programs and initiatives within the Department.
  • Marketing, coordinating, and managing all aspects of the summer conference business including contractual negotiations.

Requirements: The person selected will have the following qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree or higher
  • Knowledge of word processing and spreadsheet applications
  • Best practices in College and University Housing and Residential Life
  • One (1) year as Resident Advisor or equivalent experience
  • Proficient typing skills.
  • Good interpersonal and public relations skills
  • Solid analytical, creative, and problem-solving abilities
  • Project management skills and well organized
  • Able to work well independently

A comprehensive benefits package includes hospitalization, medical, prescription drugs, dental, vision, life insurance, vacation and a 401K plan.

For consideration, candidates are required to submit a cover letter, resume or C.V. and the contact information of three professional references to:

Carolyn Higgins
Human Resources Coordinator
LIM College – Where Business Meets Fashion
12 East 53rd Street
New York, NY 10022-5268
Fax: 212-750-3493
Email: hrcareers@limcollege.edu

Instructional Designer

Department: Academic Affairs
Job Type: Full-time
Hours: 35 hours per week

General Description:
Reporting to the Director of Instructional Technology, the Instructional Designer (ID) will work collaboratively with subject matter experts, faculty and other stakeholders to create and deliver effective teaching and learning experiences. The ID provides training and support services to students and faculty, and assists department chairs and faculty with ensuring academic excellence is achieved across face-to-face, hybrid, and fully online courses. Assures that distance learning courses meet the same integrity and rigorous standards that on-campus courses.

Essential Functions and Basic Duties:

  • Assists in the conversion of traditional courses into distance learning modality
  • Applies instructional theories and models in the development, implementation and management of on-line course delivery
  • Experienced in designing measurable course objectives and assessments.
  • Thorough understanding of educational pedagogy, grading rubrics, ADDIE model, and Quality Matters Rubrics
  • Plans and implements workshops, seminars, training, and other events for faculty, staff, and students
  • Creates and maintains tutorials on processes, tools, and technologies used in the creation and delivery of courses
  • Assures that each instructor’s online orientation and online course material content is kept up to date and is consistent with the LIM College identity
  • Reviews all courses in Blackboard against the checklist and standards to ensure alignment of all instructional materials prior to start of every semester
  • Assists faculty in maintaining and updating online course content based on feedback from students, faculty, department chairs, and other functional areas of the College
  • Provides Level 2 technical support for issues related to Blackboard
  • Demonstrates skills and experience in working with Articulate Storyline, Camtasia, Adobe Captivate, and other multimedia development tools (e.g. Flash, Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro etc.) in creating interactive learning experiences.

Non-Essential Functions:

  • Participate in all college wide programs
  • Other duties as assigned by the director

Requirements: The person selected will have the following qualifications:

Minimum Required Qualifications

  • Bachelor's Degree required in Instructional/Educational Technology, or related field and a combination of related training and experience.
  • Proficiency with Blackboard or similar learning management system, such as Moodle or Canvas
  • Distance learning experience and a good understanding of technology in higher education is essential
  • Understanding of instructional design principles, tools for design, and delivery of online courses and programs
  • A minimum of two years of experience in the area of distance education required; experience at a higher education institution strongly preferred
  • Demonstrated competence in developing courses in Blackboard or other learning management systems
  • Familiar with video conference technology and equipment
  • Familiar with video editing software like Adobe Premiere or Final Cut Pro.
  • Ability to design and execute course development strategies within specific learning management systems platforms, with preference given to experience using Blackboard
  • Demonstrated experience using best practices in instructional design pedagogy
  • Superior analytical, written and oral communications skills
  • Ability to communicate a service-oriented attitude with ability to relate to academic and business communities
  • A commitment to collegiality
  • Ability to accommodate training sessions in the evening hours and on weekends

General Preferred Qualifications:

  • Master's Degree preferred.

A comprehensive benefits package includes hospitalization, medical, prescription drugs, dental, vision, life insurance, vacation and a 401K plan.

For consideration, candidates are required to submit a cover letter, resume or C.V. and the contact information of three professional references to:

Carolyn Higgins
Human Resources Coordinator
LIM College – Where Business Meets Fashion
12 East 53rd Street
New York, NY 10022-5268
Fax: 212-750-3493
Email: hrcareers@limcollege.edu



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