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Provide high quality outpatient Women’s Health care for a diverse and interesting University student and graduate student community. Work in a collaborative atmosphere with a team of physicians, NPs, RNs, and Medical Assistants to assure timely and comprehensive screening, contraception, and evaluation and treatment of common WH concerns, and provide consultation on complex GYN issues. Colposcopy, LARC, and other procedures performed on site; no obstetrics. The Student Health Center is AAAHC-accredited and is a dynamic workplace committed to providing health care to our student population in support of their academic success.
The Program Administrator works with the Senior Director to help set and implement the vision for all trainings and engagement for MindfulNYU and Global Spiritual Life. This person, plans, organizes and directs the programming and student life activities of MindfulNYU and GSL, including a full capacity yoga studio, a robust meditation program, special events and partnerships across the university and the Global Network. The Program Administrator is responsible for managing the programming and student leadership, development of strategic programming for the year across the GNU, and supervising GSL budgeting. The Program Administrator will also design, implement, and analyze assessment measures for certain elements of MindfulNYU and GSL, and will serve as the a university-wide resource for mindfulness, meditation, Multifaith/Interfaith resources at NYU, providing meditation workshops on-demand, scheduling department workshops for groups and offices, and promoting GSL as a hub and center of all work across campus and globally. This position will also specifically manage and direct outreach, support and programming for spiritual and religious students from marginalized identities across the university, in line with unit, division and University priorities.
Provide academic advising and learning enhancement activities for students at the Rory Meyers College of Nursing. Monitor students' academic progress and modify student curricula for new and enrolled students at the College. Advocate on behalf of students with academic and personal issues as well as disabilities. Assist the Assistant Dean and Assistant Director with NYU Meyers academic support programs including tutoring, workshops, orientations for students entering clinicals, and peer advising programs.
The Manager, Simulation Technology will be responsible for providing day to day supervision, support, training and consultation to faculty and staff regarding the technology in the CSLC. This individual will also research and recommend new hardware and software as well as negotiate contracts and warranties.
The Program Manager, IT Controls is the key technical resource to ensure policies are developed with IT and cybersecurity controls that fulfill the mission and goals of IT and the Office of Information Security, including policy development and compliance with applicable laws and regulations. The person in this role must have strong knowledge of control frameworks such as the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), International Organization of Standardization (ISO), Center for Internet Security (CIS), Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP), and the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA). The Program Manager, IT Controls works directly with the Senior Director, Policy & Compliance and under the guidance of the Associate VP Global CISO, to ensure alignment of priorities, and directives consistent with institutional and NYU-IT goals, and overall vision of the Associate VP Global CISO; and, is responsible for building out a single repository and source of truth for NYU Cybersecurity and IT Controls. In addition, the Program Manager, IT Controls works closely with the Program Director of Policy Development and Compliance, other members of the NYU IT and Office of Information Security teams, and others throughout NYU. This role plans for and collaborates with NYU-IT, and other IT teams within the schools and functional units across the organization. The Program Manager, IT Controls is a technical specialist on identity and access controls, cloud security, application security, the systems development life cycle and other cybersecurity topics pertinent to supporting a comprehensive Global Cybersecurity Program.
Reporting directly to NYU's Global CIO, the Associate VP Global Chief Information Security Officer leads the Office of Information Security (OIS) which is a high performance and highly technical team charged with the responsibility of mitigating cyber risks, minimizing the likelihood of a breach, and maintaining compliance with information security regulatory requirements for all of NYU. OIS aims to evolve the maturity of the NYU Information Security Program through people, process and technology while maintaining alignment with university initiatives, IT goals and core beliefs. OIS is made up of several functional areas including Operations Planning & Strategy, Security Architecture & Engineering, IT Risk Management, Detect Response & Forensics, IT Policy & Compliance and Security Awareness & Outreach.
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People at the heart of everything we do: We listen to our clients, and colleagues, and use our expertise to anticipate and address their needs.
Create space to innovate: We challenge assumptions and seek out fresh perspectives and new ways of thinking to fuel our productivity.
Right promise. Right delivery: We set clear goals and priorities, and execute with speed and agility to deliver better results.
Share information. Build trust: We engage in open and honest communications that reflect inclusiveness, fairness and respect for each other.
Teams and partnerships work. Boundaries don’t: We collaborate to maximize the value we bring to NYU because our best ideas come from working together.
Insist on excellence: We take pride in what we do, strive to improve constantly and hold ourselves accountable for the results.
The selected candidate will cultivate and solicit primarily major gifts ($100,000+) from alumni and friends of NYU School of Law to support priority programs and initiatives. S/he will also identify and prioritize a portfolio of prospects and develop appropriate strategies to secure gifts; and collaborate with alumni and annual giving teams to develop programs that engage and motivate major gift donors. Solicit gifts through face-to-face visits and direct/individual Zoom, phone, and email solicitations.
Cultivate and solicit gifts to the Annual Fund of $5,000 to $100,000. Manage the volunteer reunion committee for four to five (4-5) reunion classes. Oversee the recruitment of reunion class chairs and committee members. Set class fundraising and participation goals, and design and implement strategic plan for achieving goals. Completes 125-150 face to face cultivation, solicitation and stewardship visits each year. Maintain accurate information within fundraising database as well as complete documentation/follow-up for prospect strategies. Collaborate with NYU School of Law research team to identify and evaluate prospects.
The College of Arts and Science is seeking a talented Academic Advisor to join the team. Reporting to the Assistant Dean for Preprofessional Advising, the Academic Adviser will advise students on prehealth, prelaw, and business studies academic performance, policies, and other learning opportunities. Special focus includes but is not limited to coordinating the administration of the Business Studies Minor, providing administrative and programmatic support to the Lawyer Alumni Mentoring Program (LAMP) and other prelaw events, assisting with enrollment management tasks for an Internship Seminar for CAS students, and serving as member of the Committee on Evaluations to Schools of the Health Professions, drafting the school-wide committee letter of evaluation. This staff person will liaise with other advisers across the University and maintain up to date information on trends in graduate health and legal careers. In addition, this individual will advise and counsel a significant cohort of first- and second-year students, serving as the primary advisor until they declare their major, and remaining as a support and resource person throughout their undergraduate career. This position will analyze data received through student inquiries, market research, and input and recommend new programs and courses to meet changing needs. Liaison with faculty and other University personnel, representing the Dean and the College to internal and external constituencies.
The Assistant Vice President, Grants, Gifts, and Investments Accounting & Compliance will lead post-award administration for NYU's Washington Square Campus. This position will ensure the continued partnership with the Office of Sponsored Programs in the design and delivery of best-in-class research administration services. Responsibilities will include the post-award life cycle, accounting, compliance, and audit functions for sponsored programs and the delivery of highly responsive customer service to support the needs of faculty, researchers, and local (i.e. department, school and center-based) staff. Lead the development and negotiation of the University’s Facilities and Administrative rate and Federal fringe benefit rate. This position also directs the accounting, reconciliation, and financial reporting for the University’s gifts, cash and investments including the endowment. Serve as subject matter expert for related systems and collaborate with the Office of Sponsored Programs, Office of Gift Administration and Investment Office, as appropriate, for the creation and implementation of policies, business processes, and training. Develop and oversee staff including hiring, training, supervising, mentoring and evaluation of performance.
Plan, implement and manage IFA public programs, cultivation, and fundraising events. Maintain databases. Develop and produce IFA Annual Archaeology Journal, social networking and special events budget. Responsible for costs/benefits analyses, expenditure control reports and budget. Serve as IFA Director of Development's representative at University fundraising events.
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