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NYU Gallatin School of Individualized Study seeks an Associate Director, Faculty Affairs to direct the business and administrative operations for the Gallatin School's Faculty Affairs unit to ensure effective and efficient office operations and the delivery of budgetary and administrative services. Provide a wide array of services to faculty including scheduling courses, classroom assignments, and approving funding of instruction-related expenditures. Develop, evaluate and revise procedures for instruction-related administrative needs throughout the academic year. Prepare and oversee financial reporting for unit; plan budgets and monitor expenditures to stay within budget. Interpret and apply University policies to plan and manage moderately complex administrative matters. Collaborate with faculty on the development of annual and long-term planning of various academic programs' objectives. Oversee support for a wide range of academic programs, including arts programs and faculty research groups.
NYU’s Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for a Senior Associate Director, Executive Education and Lifelong Learning on our Executive Programs team. The selected candidate will help grow Stern’s dynamic non-degree executive education and lifelong learning business working with leadership to develop and implement a high-growth, long-term business development strategy that delivers both revenue and impact in alignment with the school’s overall strategic goals and brand positioning.The Senior Associate Director will participate in business development for high priority clients, including identifying and building new relationships with executives at complex private and public institutions, participating in a variety of corporate outreach and cultivation initiatives, and engaging clients in ongoing discussion to understanding the client’s unique business circumstance, challenges, learning and skill needs. The selected candidate will also generate inbound leads, draft competitive proposals and contracts, manage the flow of client communications, and nurture robust relationships with existing and prospective clients. They will also oversee all aspects of program design with faculty and manage program delivery including special events. The selected candidate will also develop and manage staff and budgets.
Collaborate with university stakeholders to design and provide decision support for new initiatives in support of New York University’s mission. Utilize available data sources to design and develop statistical models to analyze past data and to predict future behavior. Provide quantitative analysis of various alternatives to ensure new initiatives meet operational goals. Utilize technical skills to extract and analyze data, and communication skills to present quantitative analysis to stakeholders.
Oversee the University’s cash management functions for sponsored programs by providing technical expertise to complete drawdowns and related journal entries, prepare accounts receivable analyses, prepare financial schedules and reconciliations for month-end and fiscal year-end, complete cash management reports to sponsors, and provide internal support to SPA management and staff. As subject matter expert for grant accounting and post-award compliance, interpret and apply complex Federal, state, and other external sponsor financial compliance regulations and payment processes. Ensure compliance with revenue recognition provisions of ASU 2018-08. Serve as finance / post-award lead for all external and internal audits of sponsored programs ensuring delivery of all reports and supporting analyses / deliverables including the annual NYU Consolidated Uniform Guidance audit. Serve as primary liaison with all auditors for sponsored programs. Supervise the Post-Award Compliance Program to ensure University compliance with federal, state and city guidelines as well as grant/contract-specific requirements. Serve as primary liaison for third party auditors performing the Post-Award Compliance Program, continuously evaluate their performance and deliverables. Identify and lead continuous improvement initiatives. This role has a hybrid work schedule: Two days on-site and three days remote per week.
University Development and Alumni Relations (UDAR) is dedicated to soliciting the private funding necessary to support the strategic goals of the University in teaching, learning, and research. The personnel of UDAR work university-wide as well as within individual schools and colleges of the University to discover, motivate, cultivate, solicit, and steward alumni, parents, faculty, and friends for immediate, long-range, and future financial support, through gifts and pledges to the University, for critical operations such as student aid, faculty support, academic and research program development, and facilities and infrastructure. UDAR's endeavors raise funds for immediate University use and also for the University's endowment.
The Associate Director of Advancement Systems is responsible for supporting the functions of constituent management, gift processing, and administrative procedures within the Office of Advancement Services. This role will ensure processes support various/new fundraising initiatives, and conform to University policy, auditor requirements, IRS guidelines, and CASE standards. Under the direction of the Assistant Vice President, proactively identify process problems and utilize creative problem solving approaches to resolve issues. Act as a forward thinking project lead for Advancement Services. The Associate Director will work within the technical/functional aspects of databases and serve as a primary point of contact for all mass gift and biographical data uploads, changes, and data integrity.
UDAR encourages work-life integration for our employees, therefore this position is eligible for a hybrid work arrangement.
NYU’s Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for a Faculty Affairs Administrator. The Administrator will assist the Vice Dean & Director with managing all aspects of the promotion and tenure process for the School. The selected candidate will supervise and manage a variety of faculty-related administrative procedures including faculty appointments, promotion and tenure, and the annual review of academic departments for the Stern School of Business Office of Faculty Affairs. They will create written communications for the Vice Dean and serve as a liaison to faculty and consult with administrative offices to resolve problems. The Administrator will develop and manage various projects, activities and events to serve the needs of the academic departments and faculty committees. They will monitor current and implement new office policies and procedures, manage a variety of financial and budget activities including developing forecasting tools and budget recommendations, and supervise work-study student and Faculty Affairs Assistant’s work.
NYU’s Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity available for an Assistant Director, Communications. The Assistant Director will work with the Undergraduate College Communications Office on all marketing communications efforts to advance Undergraduate College (UC) goals. The selected candidate will communicate to a multitude of audiences and partner with alumni affairs, University Admissions, and internal departmental teams to execute the College's digital content strategy using a broad spectrum of tools. The Assistant Director will partner with constituents across the UC team to support student groups with a holistic approach and collaborate with the larger Student Experience Team, including the UC Dean’s Office, Communications, and UC Office of Student Engagement. They will develop and maintain systems and procedures for managing and streamlining communication’s portfolio, and develop and analyze data to measure outcomes of marketing campaigns to inform decision making and to create a customized holistic experience for students. They will research and solicit bids for services with select vendors, maintain a positive, problem-solving attitude under stress, and continually look for ways to innovate and bring brands to life through communication channels.
The Multimedia Producer - Video, Design, and Animation will help lead the Center for Faculty Advancement's efforts in visual storytelling by conceptualizing, shooting and editing video and photo stories, as well as creating digital graphic design, motion graphics, and 3D animation that drives engagement with internal and external audiences. The Multimedia Producer serves as the Center's primary photographer and videographer and will identify, develop, and tell visual stories that showcase the work of the Center for Faculty Advancement's various programs and initiatives. The Multimedia Producer will also manage, maintain, produce, and expand the services offered by the Center for Faculty Advancement's recording and editing studio. Advise faculty on full-cycle production and post production activities, including making recommendations on design, style, editing to ensure world-class quality. Facilitate live broadcasts, synchronous, and asynchronous productions filming, and full post-production. Serve as resource expert to faculty on production recommendations and CFA's studio technologies. Educate, supervise, and mentor student workers in the Multimedia studio.
The Tandon Financial Aid Analyst partners with academic departments to manage and administer Tandon’s PhD funding portfolio. Position ensures optimal utilization and allocation of PhD resources. Manages the timely, complete and compliant processing of scholarships, fellowships, stipends and research assistantships. Serves as financial aid liaison to prospective and enrolled PhD students, develops communications and channels to assist students in understanding the financial commitments of their academic program. Maintains and reconciles student financial data across multiple files and platforms. Provides accurate reporting and analysis for annual budgeting and long term strategic planning. Identifies, designs and implements opportunities to improve systems, operations and processes for operational efficiency. Research external opportunities to augment PhD funding resources.
This position is a part of the team responsible for managing the day-to-day academic operations of the Department of Technology Management and Innovation’s Graduate Programs: Management of Technology (MOT), and Industrial Engineering (IE). This position serves as a member of the graduate advising team, helping M.S. students to articulate their academic goals and develop meaningful educational plans. Responsible for advising students on a wide range of academic issues and topics (probation, registration, academic policy, cross-school registration, etc); facilitating individual and group sessions throughout the academic year. Additionally, this role will be responsible for assisting with the coordination of all Department of Technology Management and Innovation academic event planning (workshops, alumni, networking, orientations, symposiums, etc.).
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