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The Center for Publishing is seeking an individual to assist the Executive Director with the strategic and administrative planning, policy development for the department. Responsibilities include: plan for and manage the NYU Summer Publishing Institute including all pre-program recruitment, admissions, marketing, and direct communication with interested and accepted students. Administer all on-site aspects of the program and manage on-site program events including orientation, alumni reception, career fair, industry visits, and workshops. Serve as direct liaison with students communicating all program policies, assignments, and events for the Summer Publishing Institute. Work with the Executive Director on conferences and events, industry visits, information sessions, and other programs. Execute logistics for departmental events by overseeing and managing catering, facilities, AV, external vendors, and budgets. Work with the Executive Director on departmental programs and events by researching speakers, delivering reports on competing events, drafting invitations, reviewing marketing copy, preparing budgets, and tracking responses. Advise students as needed for the graduate program. Assist with the recruitment and orientation of new adjunct faculty for the graduate program. Plan and implement marketing events to recruit students; select faculty to participate and make presentations. Manage departmental social media accounts and help plan social media strategy. Supervise clerical staff.
SHIFT: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday. 3:00PM - 11:00PM
As a key member of our NYU-POLY team, Maintenance Mechanics are responsible for keeping our properties in top-notch physical condition, inside and out. A typical day could include plumbing, electrical, fire alarm system maintenance, basic drywall; touch up painting, and appliance repairs, maintaining refrigeration, chilled water, and air conditioning equipment; boilers, and ventilating and hot water heaters;, pumps, valves, piping and filters; other mechanical and electrical equipment; cooling tower maintenance plus preventive maintenance and repairs. Addressing any maintenance issues and reporting to the Chief Engineer and Director of Facilities regarding issues when necessary.
Administer variety of academic services, including admissions, registration, ensuring delivery of applicable services; update course rotations and schedules as needed; implement events and activities; advise students regarding School and University academic requirements; assist with development and marketing of curriculum and programs. Research, develop and administer summer programming.
Develop, organize and administer the NYU Intramural Sports Program. Provide exercise and recreation programs to student body through athletic competition including individual and team competitions. Promote fitness while maintaining a safe, organized, and competitive environment. Plan and implement intramural events that meet the strategic goals of the department; conceptualize themes, assess feasibility, and make recommendations to ensure the implementation of successful, targeted events. Develop plans, timelines, staffing and space needs. Assess event staffing requirements; hire, train and supervise student employees. Create advertising and distribute promotional information regarding the intramural program to student body. Negotiate off-site space permits with Chelsea Piers, Bowlmor Lanes, NYC Parks Department, and other leased facilities. Ensure adherence to rules regarding safety, orderly conduct, and eligibility of students and groups. Attend and supervise events to ensure all details are executed as planned. Conduct post-event evaluations and recommend future improvements to Intramural Supervisor. Assist in facility operations for Coles/Palladium. Act as facility supervisor for early morning openning, evenings and weekends as per agreed upon schedule. Be knowlegeble with access system for Coles/Palladium.
NYU's Leonard N. Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for an Assistant Director, Executive Programs. The selected candidate will serve as the primary point of contact for the Executive MBA Program, ensuring smooth delivery of the EMBA program held at NYU Stern and executive education locations off-site. The Assistant Director will plan, staff, and manage the logistics and operations of program days and special events. Other responsibilities include contracting and managing e-payments for faculty, collecting and organizing program materials, and coordinating program logistics. The selected candidate will interact with a wide range of constituents, including students, professors, administrative teams, on-campus support staff, and outside vendors.
Provide clinical assessment, short-term psychotherapy, group therapy, and crisis intervention to student population.
The Program Manager will further the academic mission of the Institute for African American Affairs (IAAA) and the Center for Black Visual Culture (CBVC) with the implementation, supervision and administration of public programs and special events shaped by big ideas, African American and African diasporic Studies, black visual and performance culture, and deep research. The Program Manager will also manage budgets; develop marketing strategies to promote programs; and create policies and procedures concerning program and curriculum development.
The College of Arts and Science is seeking a talented Director to join the advising team. This individual will direct the College Cohort Program (CCP) in the College of Arts and Science to create a cohesive and dynamic four-year academic experience to foster student success. The director leads all orientation and transition programs,, manages the first-year and transfer student academic advising process, creates sophomore, junior, and senior programs to engage students in the academic life of the College, and develops strategic partnerships to grow and enhance the program with Admissions, Alumni Relations, Center for Multicultural Education and Programs, Student Resource Center, Provost’s Office, Wasserman Center for Career Development, Academic Affairs, Associate Dean of Students Office, Office of Global Programs, and Bobst Library.
Provide Systems Administration and technical support in the designs, development, installation and maintenance of Steinhardt Systems and services including hardware and software for all for all servers and desktop workstations. Provide Tier 3 support to Steinhardt technical support team and community. Basic network troubleshooting. Collaborate and coordinate on various projects with internal groups and departments, including NYU Central IT.
NYU Steinhardt's one-of-a-kind integration of education, communication, health, and the arts puts us at the heart of a movement: education for social change. Our mission is to advance knowledge, creativity, and innovation at the crossroads of culture, education, and human development. Founded in 1890 as the first school of pedagogy in the US, today NYU Steinhardt advances the education, health, and well-being of people and communities around the world. With more than 82,000 active global alumni, we strive to build a community of engagement and opportunities with our students and faculty.
Arts and Science is seeking an experienced Lab Demonstration Administrator to join the Physics team. This individual will design laboratory experiments demonstrating the physical laws of nature. Maintain and operate specialized equipment to design and construct experiments for physics and astronomy demonstrations. Research and recommend revisions to laboratory experiments. Build, setup, and perform lecture demonstrations in a classroom setting at various parts of campus. Perform tests to ensure that lab equipment is operating to standards. Install and configure hardware and software. Record and edit lectures and special events. Create simulations for lecture demonstrations to represent the underlying physics concepts. Oversee instructional space, equipment storages, and repair shop facilities to ensure that standards are met and report any deviations.
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