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This position will provide financial analysis for the Provost Fiscal Affairs (PFA) team. This role will monitor and analyze portfolios for the Division of Student Affairs and the Office of Global Services (OGS). Provide reports for units under the Division of Student Affairs and OGS, e.g., quarterly, variance, headcount, Annual Merit Increase and Travel and Expense reports. Create financial reports, forecast revenue & expenses, assist in the preparation of an annual budget presentation to central leadership, and load budgets. Maintain working functional knowledge of business needs and practices of the University’s administrative processes. This will involve the review and approval of transactions, including procurement of goods and services, employee travel and expense reports, and student employee appointment requests. Work on projects that incorporate large university datasets for the Executive Director, the Director for Budget and Finance and the Manager for Provost Fiscal Affairs.
NYU's Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity available for an Admissions Coordinator. The selected candidate will communicate admissions criteria to prospective students and will review and evaluate academic credentials of prospective students including international applicants relative to Stern's MBA admissions requirements. The Admissions Coordinator will assist with developing strategies for achieving enrollment goals through recruiting events. The selected candidate will recommend initiatives to improve communication with the applicant pool, host on and off-site admissions events, and administer a variety of special projects. The selected candidate will also assist in administering the departmental budget, reviewing expenditures, and maintaining budget reports.
Serve as Music and Audio Research Laboratory point person for grants management and project coordination. This includes advising faculty and principal investigators on federal, state, University and School fiscal guidelines and requirements to ensure compliance; managing all grant accounts/budgets; working with faculty to develop research proposals; advising on allocable and allowable costs; developing budget projections; and monitoring and approving grant expenditures. Monitor all aspects of restricted and grant-funded projects within select units at Steinhardt and across other University departments. Monitor the revenue and expenditures of restricted and grant-funded projects. Provide ongoing analytical support and financial reporting to external funding agencies. Oversee grant budgets, revenues, transfers and expenditures. Assisting with community outreach, coordinating events and project management.
The Associate Dean, Student Advising is responsible for spearheading all advising activities and related services provided by the College of Arts & Science (CAS) Office of Student Advising. The Associate Dean directs a team of 25 plus Assistant Deans, Directors, Assistant Directors, Advisors, and support staff who provide academic advising support and career counseling to 9,000 plus undergraduate students in the CAS annually. The Associate Dean will have a high degree of understanding and the ability to interpret the academic policies that guide students to degree completion. The Associate Dean also directs all programs and services that promote student retention and success in the College curriculum and serves as a liaison and subject matter expert to academic departments for specialty advising, as needed. The Associate Dean will liaise with University offices and advising deans to manage cross school collaborations, student success and retention best practices. This position will chair and sit on academic and curricular committees, as needed, to represent and provide expertise on advising and student support policies and their implementation. The Associate Dean will interact with a wide range of high-level administrators and Deans across the University, including advocating on behalf of students with academic requirement issues and/or those individuals who have self- identified disabilities. The Associate Dean will manage and provide mentorship and development opportunities to the team of Assistant Deans, Directors, Assistant Directors, and Advisors who work in CAS student advising
New York University (NYU) is an equal opportunity employer committed to equity, diversity, and social inclusion. We strongly encourage applications from all interested persons including under-represented individuals in the profession, across color, creed, race, ethnic and national origin, physical ability, and gender and sexual identity. NYU affirms the value of differing perspectives on the world as we strive to build the strongest possible university with the widest reach.
Reporting to the Vice President for Global Programs, the Director will work closely with the Vice Chancellor and Vice Provost for Global Programs and colleagues from the Office of the Provost and the Office of Global Programs (OGP) to develop and lead NYU’s on-the-ground presence in Tulsa, Oklahoma, contingent on state authorization to operate there. Duties will include developing and overseeing the overall day-to-day operation of NYU’s activities in Tulsa, including academic, student-services, and financial and operational aspects. The Director will also be the day-to-day interlocutor with partners at the George Kaiser Family Foundation (GKFF).To achieve these purposes, the Director will partner with NYU’s schools and departments and key faculty from NYU’s degree-granting campuses in New York, Abu Dhabi, and Shanghai to offer and support high-quality and experientially-focused academic programs in Tulsa such as semester-length “study away” programs, short-term intensive courses, experiential learning, and research opportunities.The Director will cultivate, develop, and supervise local faculty members; oversee health, safety, and crisis response requirements in collaboration with University offices; establish and maintain strong local community relationships in a number of domains (e.g., education, innovation and entrepreneurship, civic engagement, workforce development, Indigenous communities, arts); and lead a small local staff to support NYU students and faculty participating in educational programs, conducting research or entrepreneurial activities, and/or convening local events. Other areas of emphasis may be developed and added as needs and interests emerge.
It is anticipated that this position will remain appropriately academically active throughout their appointment in this role. This can include teaching a maximum of 2 classes annually. This is a full-time position located in Tulsa. Given the nature of this important leadership role, it is anticipated that the Director will be available in person but on limited occasion may work remotely as agreed in advance with the Vice President for Global Programs.
NYU is preparing an application for state authorization to operate in Oklahoma. A number of planned activities are contingent upon approval of that application.
The Senior Research Network Engineer plays a critical role in designing, implementing, managing, and monitoring the dedicated High Speed Research Network (HSRN) and supports the HSRN and the High Performance Computing (HPC) infrastructure. The HSRN and HPC are components of NYU’s research computing infrastructure which includes new state-of-the-art HPC clusters, an investment to research cloud, Secure Research Data Environments and a dedicated Research Network. Develop and optimize network solutions, improve network performance, security and scalability of the HSRN in order to enhance the capabilities of Research Technology’s program that includes Artificial Intelligence, Cloud Computing, HPC, and Immersive resources and service portfolios. Work to extend the HSRN in NYU research sites and to enhance the external network connectivity, in order to enable researchers to fully utilize the HSRN and HPC resources. Develop tools and processes that can be scaled and shared by IT and NYU faculty researchers, furthering investment in critical research partnerships and research projects. Partner closely with NYU IT network infrastructure team to align the operation and configuration of the HSRN with IT's network portfolio, policies, and standards, and best practices. Duties will include, but not be limited to, capacity planning, monitoring of network reliability and performance, as well as to provide problem resolution for network components which support the university's research units.
The HPC Specialist is responsible for supporting the teaching and research computing needs of NYU scholars and the NYU High Performance Computing (HPC) systems as a member of the HPC team. This requires working directly with instructors, instructional designers, and researchers, students and other scholars in support of utilizing efficiently the HPC resources in research projects and instruction. Work with faculty and researchers to ensure priority access to department-purchased hardware, especially during critical time periods. Determine the needs for computing within various courses. Advise on software and other architectural components that would be deployed in support of instruction and research. Select the architectural stack for instruction, determine how to procure and provision that stack, negotiate with vendors, installation, testing, maintenance, upgrades and administration of compilers and applications on HPC system. Generate system usage and utilization data, develop teaching tutorials on HPC topics and maintaining documentation for a rapidly evolving HPC environment. Fine-tune system configuration which involves managing queues, schedulers and other resources in accordance with HPC policies while working closely with the Systems Administration team on hardware and storage and ensure that students and instructors in courses receive appropriate ongoing support for provisioning and issue resolution serving as the point of contact for other parties involved in designing and providing the required services.
Assist with the overall collection effort and reduction of the Student Accounts receivable for current and noncurrent students. Monitor credit collection activity. Report and escalate activity to partner agencies as appropriate. Provide financial guidance to current and graduated students about payment options available to them. Authorize special payment plans, interest waivers, exceptions on deferments and temporary clearances. Negotiate payment terms on delinquent accounts. Perform required due diligence with federal and institutional loans and liaise with loan service provider to manage default rates. This role has a hybrid work schedule: Two days on-site and three days remote per week.
Manage academic and administrative operations for the Tisch School of Arts (TSOA) Master of Professional Studies Program in Virtual Production to ensure achievement of academic, artistic, and programmatic goals. Develop and deliver student services. Manage special projects, including departmental-wide initiatives. Serve as spokesperson, creating presentations and responding to sensitive and confidential inquiries and issuues.
Provide customer service and support at the Avery Fisher Center for Music & Media.. Collections and Access Services Assistants may be assigned to work in other Collections and Content Strategy (CCS) units (Circulation, Reserves, Library Privileges, Stacks, Delivery & Resource Sharing Services, and Offsite) to meet workflow demands. Duties include but are not limited to: facilitating user services, circulating library materials, processing fees and payments, processing user requests and determining user privileges. Respond to user and visitor inquiries in-person, over the telephone, and via a variety of online environments. Assign and train part-time staff to assist with routine operations of the Avery Fisher Center. *This position schedule is Sunday - Thursday*
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