Apr 14

Job Title:                             Intermediate Accountant

Department:                        Financial Services

Reports To:                        Director of Financial Services

Classification:                     Administration Staff/Full-Time/Exempt


The Intermediate Accountant supports all general ledger activities including journal entries, accruals, and reconciliation of asset, liability, revenue and expense accounts.


  • Daily and monthly reconciliation of financial subsystems including A/R, A/P, payroll, fixed assets, bank accounts, and investments
  • Monthly and annual financial reporting with analysis of income statements, balance sheets, cash flow statements, grant reporting and tax returns
  • Assist with monthly and annual budget processes with analysis of both monthly and yearly comparisons
  • Assist with all required federal and state filing requirements including but not limited to tax forms 1099, 1098-T, 990 and 5500 as well as financial portions of annual IPED and FISAP filings
  • Participate in interdepartmental efforts to improve operational efficiency and student service
  • Back-up other accounting positions
  • Work in conjunction with departments across campus on reporting requirements
  • Assist with documentation and monitoring of internal controls
  • Periodically review and update accounting procedures and policies
  • Other duties as assigned

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Apr 14


Position:  Assistant Professor of Business

Department:  Business, CIS, and HRM

Position Type:  Faculty

Reports to:  Department Chair

[Position Description]


The Assistant Professor of Business teaches twelve credit hours of courses per semester to serve both day and evening students. This faculty member serves on a faculty committee, acts as an academic advisor to undergraduates majoring in Business, and fulfills other responsibilities assigned by the President, the Vice President of Academic Affairs, the Special Assistant to the President, and the Business and Computer Information Systems Department Chairperson.  The assistant professor of Business is an active scholar purposefully engaged in research, presentation, and publication.

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Mar 14

POSITION TITLE:              Customer Service Switch Board Administrator

DEPARTMENT:                  Enrollment Center

REPORTS TO:                   Director of Enrollment Center

CLASSIFICATION:            Full Time, Exempt CREATED:


This position serves in support of the entire Department and provides switch board service to the College to ensure a welcoming atmosphere to on campus visitors, telephone inquiries and correct referrals to FAEB Counselors or campus Departments.


  • Maintain exceptional customer service and proper decorum at all levels.
  • Acceptance of documents;  immediate sorting and scanning into electronic database
  • Work   in   conjunction   with   Management   Team   to   ensure   prompt   and   tracked referral/tasking of electronic files to staff members
  • Prepare and update management team to assist in reallocation of staff where necessary.
  • Maintain  walk-in  traffic  with  Next-in-Line  Service  to  ensure  Rotational  Front  Line student service area is fluid and FAEB Counselors are aware of waiting customers.
  • Maintain appropriate office supplies, Informational Signage for walk-in customers and staff  members,   coordination   of  mail,  packets   and  overall   office   presentation   in conjunction with management team.
  • Have knowledge, participate in training and self-development on College Departments for appropriate referral, ensuring calls are not lost.

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Feb 14





Marygrove College invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professorship in music to begin August 2014.


Masters or doctoral degree in music; preferably related to piano performance, piano pedagogy, or collaborative piano/accompanying. The position requires a teaching load of 24 credit hours per year, plus assisting in development and execution of department events, performances, and guest artists, as well as some outreach and student recruitment events. As an independent liberal arts college committed to a mission of urban leadership within the City of Detroit, Marygrove strives to maintain a faculty that reflects its diverse student body.

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Feb 14

Department:    Institutional Advancement

Reports to:      Admissions Administrator

Classification: Exempt (salaried), Full Time

This position is a member of the inside recruitment team dedicated to superior customer service in responding to student inquiries, resolving issues, and problems, and ensuring that appropriate action is taken in a timely, honest, and professional manner. The Recruitment Counselor is responsible for all aspects of the recruitment and application process in an effort to qualify students for admission selection and enrollment. The successful candidate will be an articulate, organized, results-driven, dynamic and enthusiastic leader and team player. This position provides an excellent opportunity for a talented and committed professional whose skills and attitude complement a dynamic, collegial team.

Successful candidates will have:

  • Bachelor’s degree– experience taking an online course is a plus
  • Ability to multitask, prioritize and deal with ambiguity.
  • Exceptional interpersonal, problem solving and customer service skills.
  • Ability to listen, understand and overcome obstacles.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Computer literate and able to learn proprietary software applications.
  • Ability to work evenings and weekends.

Read more: Inside Recruitment Representative

Feb 14


TITLE:                             Chair of Education Division

DIVISION:                       Education

POSITION TYPE:          12-month, Exempt

REPORTS TO:                Dean of Programs


The Chair of the Education Division provides leadership and directs the work of the faculty, professional staff, and administrative staff within the Division of Education. The Division contains Undergraduate and Graduate Teacher Certification Programs, and online programs in Educational Leadership, Educational Technology, and Master in the Art of Teaching. Additional Master’s programs in Reading Education/Reading Specialist and Community Literacy round out the Division current offerings.  The Division is positioned as a growth leader for the College; and, as such, is slated to develop a variety of new program offerings, including Educational Specialist Programs and alternative delivery methods (online, Immersion Learning, etc.) The Division Chair leads initiatives to develop new online and on ground programs and build enrollment. The Chair acts as a liaison to the Michigan Department of Education and participates in state legislative activities where appropriate. The Chair works closely with the Education Leadership Team to oversee Academics, Field Placement and Student Support for the Division. 

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Jan 14

Marygrove College is seeking an Adjunct Professor of Photography (Art 276)

The Department of Art seeks an energetic and innovative educator/scholar with demonstrated knowledge in photography studio practices and history of photography to begin September 2014.  

Qualified candidates must bring a contemporary perspective on photography as well as digital photography experience. The successful candidate is expected to teach 2 courses per year (undergraduate beginner through advanced stacked courses at present), Problems courses and/or Independent Study as well as contributing to teaching in other courses as needed.

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Nov 13

TITLE: Part-time Adjunct Faculty

DEPARTMENT: Science and Mathematics Department/Pharmacy Technician Program

The Marygrove College Science and Mathematics Department invites applications for a parttime adjunct faculty in the Pharmacy Technician program for the Winter 2014 semester. We are currently seeking instructors to teach Introduction to Pharmacy Technology, Pharmacy Computer Systems, Math for Health Care Professionals and other Pharmacy Technician classes. Classes are offered evenings Monday through Thursday.


The qualified candidates will possess a Pharmacy degree (R.Ph, BS Pharm) or equivalent. Teaching experience, experience with computer-based instruction, and experience teaching in a multicultural environment are desirable qualifications.

Qualified candidates should send (1) an application letter, which includes a teaching philosophy, and (2) a vitae/resume to:

JoAnn Cusmano, Coordinator Pharmacy Technician Program
Marygrove College
8425 West McNichols Road
Detroit, MI 48221 313 927 1434

or by email (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ).

Review of applications will begin immediately.

Jul 13


The Marygrove College Science and Mathematics Department is seeking qualified applicants to fill a position for Part-time Adjunct Faculty for the 2013-2014 Academic Year. We are currently seeking an instructor to teach Introduction to Forensic Science (with lab) in the fall and Crime Scene Investigation in the Winter 2014 semester. 


M.S. or Ph.D. in Forensic Science or related discipline or related degree with full time paid work experience in the field within the past three years. It is preferred that candidate have previous teaching experience in Forensic Science or working experience in the forensic science field.  Applicants must possess excellent communication skills; have the ability to work well with students, faculty and staff; and have the ability to function well in a technological environment that includes utilizing classroom multimedia resources.


To be assured of consideration, applicants must submit: 

  • Introductory Cover Letter, which should include teaching philosophy and research interests; 
  • A Curriculum Vitae, and; 
  • Two Letters of Recommendation;


Ms. Teri Miller, Administrative Assistant to the Science and Mathematics Department 

c/o Marygrove College, 8425 West McNichols Road, Detroit, MI 48221; 

OR via e-Mail è ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Review of applications will commence immediately. 


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