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Respond to urgent and emergency situations with students and provide counseling and crisis intervention evenings and/or weekends including being available for 24 hour on call coverage. Conduct clinical assessments online, by phone, and in-person, assessing students' emotional or psychological problems; develop and implement appropriate responses including immediate hospitalization and/or referrals to other University medical and mental health care offices. Follow-up with students, their health care providers and families and appropriate University administration to monitor the progress of students treatment and recovery.
This position reports to the Director of Investment Operations, and will primarily support the ongoing performance analysis, documentation, and reporting activities of the Investment Office related to the selection, monitoring and oversight of the Endowment's external investment managers. This role is heavily involved in the office's data collection and retention process, using our portfolio management CRM system. In addition to working closely with members of the investment team, this role also involves interaction with other University departments and external entities including the Endowment's investment managers and administrators, custodian bank, and auditors. The Investment Operations Analyst will be responsible for producing high quality work, including material that is readily presentable to constituencies inside and outside of the Investment Office.
Manage, design, and develop courses (e.g., online, blended, technology enhanced face to face) or other educational materials in collaboration with faculty to integrate media and technology. Technology and media include; digital resources, software, hardware, data, multimedia, simulations, games, and collaboration tools, to support the educational goals of the faculty, department, school, site and University.
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Provide clinical assessment, short-term psychotherapy, group therapy, and crisis intervention to student population at NYU DC (Washington, DC); build close working relationships with external mental health providers (including psychiatrists) and other medical professionals from whom NYU DC students seek care. Liaise with faculty and administrators to best serve the mental health needs of NYU DC students. In consultation with the Director of Counseling & Wellness based in New York, establish policies and procedures related to the provision of mental health services in Washington DC. Work with other student affairs professionals at NYU DC who are responsible for other aspects of student health including ensuring immunization compliance of the NYU DC student population. Create and deliver health promotion and orientation programming related to health and mental health at NYU DC for faculty, staff and students. Manage students' questions related to their global health insurance and liaise with insurance vendor representatives. This position requires being available for 24 hour emergency on-call coverage. Please note this position is located in Washington DC at NYU DC.
The Major Gifts Officer, University-wide will secure individual support for NYU and its programs. This role works with academic units and leadership to plan, develop, and close solicitations for major gifts. The Major Gifts Officer typically solicits gifts in the six figure range, up to $1M; may supervise subordinate staff; assist in some grant writing for individual proposals as well as (@ $25-$100K) corporate and foundation grants. The position focuses on cultivation on individuals such as Profiles, alumni and friends of the school or university, and small grants from corporations/foundations. Other responsibilities include conducting fundraising calls to alumni and non-alumni prospects and donors; collaborating with the research department to identify prospective donors and provide cultivation strategies; assisting with development and implementation of programs and events sponsored by the department; assisting with staffing of events.
NYU’s Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for an Associate Director of the Center for Sustainable Business. The selected candidate will manage the day-to-day operations of the Center for Sustainable Business, including managing administrative staff, and providing high level of strategic and logistical support to the Executive Director. S/he will develop and maintain relationships with internal and external constituencies, including media and funders. S/he will also support curriculum development and student programming. The Associate Director will manage conferences and events sponsored by the Center. S/he will oversee the Center’s budget and communication strategies. The selected candidate will also manage the Advisory Board and the Advisors network and will participate in the leadership of the Center. S/he will develop and manage the website and CRM platforms and will write proposals and reports.
Arts and Science is seeking a dedicated Communications and Events Specialist to join The Latinx Project at New York University. This individual will develop and maintain the Latinx Project website, social media, newsletters and other communications channels. Research and develop relevant articles and stories about Latinx art, history, culture, news, etc. for distribution through various communications channels. Identify creative ways to generate user content. Monitor Latinx related conversations in social media. Work closely with the Latinx Project’s team to bring to fruition a range of programs, panels, exhibitions, and events hosted by the Latinx Project. Liaise with artists, academics, and speakers. Manage event and meeting calendars.
The Associate Director of Employer Engagement and Strategic Outreach plans and directs the production of all communications within the NYU Wasserman Center in alignment with the mission of the Global Network University. This includes: the oversight of staff responsible for web development and web content, video, multiplatform social media communications, print materials, advertising, events and event materials, editorial contributions to other university publications, e-newsletters and unit assessments. Additionally, the Associate Director works closely with the Senior Director to develop employer engagement strategies and oversee day-to-day global job development and employer brand building initiatives. Creates, oversees, and analyzes unit assessments. Evaluates and applies new technology and social media tools for the marketing and delivery of career services and maintain vendor relationships in an effort to build robust online communities that engage all constituents in the Global Network University.
As the primary client relationship manager for Principal Investigators and their staff, provide the technical expertise, leadership, and customer service necessary to effectively manage both public and private grants and contracts. Design and deliver training to clients to reinforce best practices and legal compliance. Act as a fiscal monitor, grant accounting expert, and post-award compliance authority. Administer post-award activities for NYU's global sites. Interpret complex award documents, as well as Federal government policies and their corresponding University policies, procedures and guidelines. Manage accounts using established OMB and Uniform Guidance requirements. Review analytical reports evaluating the grant portfolio or specific grant, contract accounting or finance issues. Prepare financial reports and invoices for all federal and non-federal awards. Monitor and troubleshoot departmental inquiries via ServiceLink and provide support to sponsors, administrators and other NYU departments on a daily basis. Respond to external and internal audits and management requests. Ensure the comprehensive documentation of all relevant financial activities. Participate in training new personnel and especial projects as directed by upper management.
The Assistant Dean of Development serves as a senior-level Lead School Fundraiser (LSF) for NYU Steinhardt working in close partnership with the Steinhardt Dean. Reporting to the Vice President of Development in NYU’s University Development and Alumni Relations (UDAR) office, the Assistant Dean is responsible for developing a portfolio of prospects with the capacity to make 6, 7 and 8+ figure gifts. The Assistant Dean is directly responsible for raising a minimum of $5M+ annually, and in supporting Steinhardt's fundraising efforts upwards of $20M+. With a new Dean in FY21, the Assistant Dean will anticipate a strong vision and bold goals. The Assistant Dean manages a team of comprised of one Director of Development, three Major Gift Officers, one Development Associate and an Administrative Aide.
Primary leadership responsibilities include supporting the Dean's major and principal gift strategies and activities, with a strong emphasis on the Dean's top ten donors and prospects. The Assistant Dean works in partnership with the Dean and the Dean's Office to manage the Steinhardt Dean's Council; including agenda content, membership, recruitment and retention of members. The Assistant Dean is located in UDAR with other Lead School Fundraisers who provide senior-level expertise, partnership and collaboration in support of an interest-based, donor-centric assignment and fundraising approach. The Assistant Dean is part of a larger team whom all have the opportunity to raise money across the University, including Steinhardt. The Assistant Dean may also follow a donor's interests to other areas of the University. At all times, the Assistant Dean is considered a content expert on Steinhardt's key funding areas and functions as an ambassador and advocate for Steinhardt's philanthropic priorities. The Assistant Dean carries budget responsibilities specific to Steinhardt development expenses, supported by UDARs centralized Operations & Finance Team.
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