The Office of Academic and Faculty Affairs in the SPS Office of the Dean is seeking and individual to create and implement processes, procedures, and corresponding timelines that align with new and existing policies developed by the SPS Faculty Council, school-wide committees and administration. Responsibilities include independently plan, implement and manage all faculty-related events for the SPS. Plan, coordinate and implement faculty affairs processes including annual reviews, appointments and contracts. Collaborate with and provide support to faculty committees on projects, nominations and elections, and policy revision and development. Responsible for events budget; project expenses, review and approve expenditures. Supervise staff and execute special projects.
3 years' related experience. Must have experience planning and organizing activities.
Related experience at a higher education institution and experience managing budgets.
Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
Excellent verbal and written communication skills with a solid customer service orientation. Strong attention to detail. Highly creative with the ability to develop new ideas. Proficiency with database applications and technology. Ability to establish priorities and work independently. Demonstrated ability to adapt successfully to fast-paced and changing work environment and needs.
Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
The NYU School of Professional Studies offers a broad range of degree and noncredit programs that are professionally oriented, integrate theory with real-world applications, and are taught by faculty members who are leaders and innovators in their fields. The School of Professional Studies captures the expertise of the key sectors that make New York City a great global capital, such as real estate, finance, marketing, public relations, global affairs, hospitality and tourism, sports management, philanthropy and fundraising, communications/media, writing, the arts, and others. Full- and part-time students enroll in on-site and online credit programs, including graduate degrees, graduate certificates, and undergraduate degrees for both adults returning to school and traditional-aged students. In addition, working professionals and other adult learners pursue career objectives or intellectual discovery in over 2,500 courses, diploma programs, conferences, and seminars annually.
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