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The Office of the Provost is seeking a talented and proactive Administrative Aide II with exceptional organizational skills to serve as the central administrative lead for the Center for Faculty Advancement.
The Center for Faculty Advancement connects and collaborates with the NYU community to recruit, retain, develop, and advance faculty whose scholarship, teaching, and community engagement will positively impact the world. We accomplish this by providing knowledge, resources, and engagement opportunities that prepare faculty to meet key career milestones such as tenure, promotion, and other scholarly/professional aspirations; develop faculty academic leadership capacity; and facilitate faculty members’ ability to connect to and positively impact communities throughout the world.
CFA values sound judgment, the ability to prioritize responsibilities effectively, and a positive team-player approach to work and the University clients we serve. The Administrative Aide II performs a wide range of clerical, secretarial and general office duties including those of a confidential nature. Prioritize office activities and delegate work to student and/or casual employees. May act as work leader to junior clerical support staff. Respond to inquiries displaying a comprehensive knowledge of the department's activities, policies and programs. Interact with the general public as NYU liaison and with University personnel including those at the senior level to resolve issues and problems. Customize and/or compose letters on own initiative or in response to requests for information. Perform general word processing duties utilizing intermediate to advanced-level functions. Modify and/or create databases and complex spreadsheets. Monitor complex department budgets and/or grants.
Arts and Science is seeking a dedicated Program Administrator to join the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies. This individual is responsible for account management (including grant and event-related expenditures), and assisting with course scheduling and supervision of office operations.
The Associate Director, 5G EdTech Program will discover and develop new technology applications and partnerships that demonstrate and explore the educational impact and benefits of the high bandwidth and low latency of 5G networks. The Associate Director will provide leadership and strategic direction for NYC Media Lab in its execution of the Verizon 5G EdTech Challenge program by co-designing and developing a new 5G curriculum, which will require synthesizing and consolidating curricula developed by EdTech Challenge teams. This position will build upon and scale the 5G EdTech Program that was developed and implemented in 2019. This position will manage and implement a series of events and product showcases with development teams as the program scales to partner with dozens of schools throughout the country, and help to administer a challenge grant program to drive prototyping of new applications. This position will execute a high volume of activities, and may include other duties as assigned. The successful candidate will feel comfortable with both organizing and facilitating events, as well as developing a curriculum for the extension of the Verizon 5G EdTech Challenge.
The NYU School of Professional Studies is seeking an Assistant Dean to provide strategy and leadership for the NYU School of Professional Studies career development for students and alumni. Partner with Associate Vice President for Career and Leadership Development on strategic alignment between NYUSPS and NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development. Participate as a member of the Dean’s Leadership Team in strategic planning and long-term forecasting; identify job trends and emerging market needs. Develop policy for school-wide career development services. Develop strategic relationships and partnerships with industry to recruit talent, as well as engagement with the School. Other responsibilities include: develop and maintain relationships with School leadership and academic program areas that further the mission and goals of the NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development at the School of Professional Studies. Ensure that these partnerships and relationships with employers, both domestically and abroad achieve the goal of a high-placement yield. Direct and oversee the development and implementation of programs and services and major events. Evaluate program and service effectiveness outcomes and revise and enhance as required. Collaborate with School leadership regarding strategic planning and long-range forecasting efforts. Approve budgets for programs and events. Determine staffing needs, hire, develop and supervise professional and office support staff.
The Senior HR Project Manager will manage the development, coordination and execution of Global HR and Payroll projects. Gather and analyze the needs of end users. Execute and manage project activities from evaluation, selection, process change, to implementation and deployment support. Develop mitigation strategies and escalate to the Executive Director HR Projects, as well as HR and Payroll Leadership. Support and advise IT and business leadership in the overall management of the project portfolio.
Under general supervision of an Associate Director of Admissions, represent and market NYU to potential students at on-campus and off-campus recruitment events; cultivate relationships with students, parents, guidance counselors, and community-based organization liaisons to encourage a positive response and interest in attending NYU. Effectively promote NYU and its schools, colleges, and programs. Assist with the achievement of university, geographic, and academic department enrollment targets by encouraging qualified students to apply to NYU. Review and evaluate applications for admission. Make both final admission decisions and recommend candidates for further admissions committee consideration. Advise students, parents, guidance counselors, and community-based organization liaisons on the application process, university and school/college programs, academic requirements, financial aid options, and other student services. Manage a portfolio of special projects and programs under the direction of an Associate Director of Admissions. Collaborate with other team members on special projects.
Information Technology (NYU IT) is NYU’s central organization for technology-based services for University faculty, students, staff and administrators. NYU IT provides computer, network, telephony and Internet services to the entire University. NYU IT is seeking a Application Developer to support and develop our Identity and Access Management systems. Subject matter for this role includes identity systems in support of access and role management such as LDAP, Grouper, Active Directory, and any replacement systems. The Application Developer will utilize their knowledge of identity data models, applications, and supporting technologies such as networking and cloud solutions, as well as familiarity with Identity and Access Management (IAM) at the enterprise level s a whole This position reports to the director of the IAM team within Enterprise Data Management. This individual will interact closely on an operational level with Infrastructure, Networking, and Support teams in architecture development, planning, and ongoing work to bring visibility into IAM team’s requirements.
This position serves as a student facing member of Graduate Enrollment Management and Admissions team. The position is primarily responsible for managing in-person student interactions and initial communication management. Responsibilities include assisting with on-campus and virtual events, processing and uploading electronic transcripts to applicant records, and coordinating the outgoing delivery of decision packets. This position delivers customer service excellence so that thousands of prospective and admitted students can receive clear, concise, consistent and useful information about the admissions lifecycle, from inquiry to enrollment.
Manage day-to-day operations of Post Production area for for Tisch School of the Arts: develop and implement operational and creative policies and practices to ensure student productions run smoothly and successfully and that the safety and security of faculty, students, facilities, and equipment is realized. Design and conduct technical workshops and seminars in response to and adapted to meet faculty and students' needs; ensure training is consistent with established industry and School curricular standards and related film technologies. Advise students on productions; serve as resource expert recommending production options to students and resolving complex problems. Supervise full- and part-time technical support and student employees. Nights and Weekend availability is a must.
Responsible for planning, organizing, and coordinating the career development services of the Mathematics in Finance program; a professional Master's program in quantitative finance based out of New York University's Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences. Note: This is a contract, short-term role.
- Create a comprehensive career function that cultivates relationships with employers and provides them with a reliable pipeline for talent.
- Develop and deliver a series of targeted training seminars and workshops that prepare students for the financial industry.
- Provide concierge advisory services to students to assist them in obtaining internships and full-time employment.
- Establish metrics to substantiate the value of each career development activity.
- Maintain and further expand the program's industry relationships and network.
- Create an environment of openness and inclusivity.
- Provide individual coaching services and guidance in developing self-marketing and branding tools such as job search strategies, resume critiques, preparation of cover letters and personal statements, interview skills, networking, portfolio development, and negotiation skills.
- Conduct mock interviews by creating specific questions that are relevant to the field of internship or employment students are pursuing, and then provide constructive feedback to students.
- Conduct post-work placement interviews with students to discuss experiences and future goals.
- Write career and skill development materials, and design interview tools.
- Write a variety of documents including, training materials, correspondence and workshop plans.
- Plan and coordinate logistics and resources, for career events, information sessions, workshops and speaker presentations.
- Track attendance of students using services and compare statistics for an analysis of trends and ROI.
- Gather, compile, and analyze information identifying market data, trends, and job opportunities.
- Request participation and invite employers to post-employment opportunities within the department.
- Act as a liaison between faculty, staff and students to ensure the timely communication of information.
All of the above should have a quantifiable number or measurement.
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