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The Content Developer/Writer is part of the Marketing and Communications team at NYU Tandon School of Engineering and will help identify, research and write timely and impactfull stories and Profiles that advance the website’s value as a School marketing vehicle aligned with Tandon’s brand messaging and strategic goals. Write and edit web copy for strategically important sections of the website and collaborate with other departments and offices on development of their web pages; bring consistency to how information is presented across the site; optimize content to improve accessibility, search rankings and traffic volume. Analyze data and generate reports on selected content changes and additions using web analytic programs.
The Center on International Cooperation(CIC) is seeking a talented Communications Manager to join their team.
As an established think-tank, the effective communication of ideas is at the core of our work. We focus on analysis and ideas-generation that is practical, policy relevant, and sensitive to political realities and difficulties in achieving collective action on international problems. The Center has played a role disproportionate to its small size in incubating processes that have had significant influence on global policy, including on the development of peacebuilding at the UN; reforms of the multilateral system; regional approaches to challenges such as the Afghanistan conflict; and peaceful, just, and inclusive institutions in the post-2015 agenda.
The Communications Manager will develop, design and execute creative communications and storytelling strategies for the Center on International Cooperation. They will develop internal and external communication tools, messages and materials, including electronic publications, website content, social media, direct mail, public relations materials, multimedia and other related materials, in support of efforts to communicate with members and non-members to expand CIC’s ability to increase awareness and engagement to the broader public and constituents. They will establish and ensure internal coordination between CIC staff and programs on messaging and publishing for unified messaging and will work with staff to develop and implement organization-wide adherence to CIC branding and communications guidelines. They will also be responsible for supporting and shaping CIC’s strategic focus (vision, mission, core purpose, meta-narrative, niche); strengthening brand, identity, voice, and personality of CIC communications; developing, designing, and executing CIC’s institutional communications to target audiences; expanding CIC’s standard toolbox of communications; comfortably engaging with senior and/or high-profile officials and constituents; and collaborating and contributing to the strategic integration of CIC’s communications with communications teams for various partner programs, including the Pathfinders for Peaceful, Just, and Inclusive Societies.
Provide academic and career advisement to students in the BFA Studio Art degree program at the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development; recruit students, provide information and advice on the University, the School, the Department's academic programs; manage admissions process, interview prospective students and assess applicant portfolios in all visual media for the BFA Program. Write and edit copy and provide course information for bulletin, website, and promotional materials.
In NYU Steinhardt’s Department of Teaching and Learning, you’ll be a part of a community that’s actively engaged with the theory and practice of how people learn. From our location in the heart of New York City, you’ll have access to one of the world’s most diverse and complex education systems – a training ground for building engaging learning spaces like no other.
Advise undergraduate students regarding department requirements for registration, enrollment and graduation. Serve as Social Media Coordinator responsible for implementing social media strategies for recruitment and retention. Monitor the academic progress of all students. Assist in planning and implementing recruitment activities for prospective students. Support and assist in instructional activities in the undergraduate program which also includes participation in teaching the New Student Seminar each semester. Partner with the Steinhardt Alumni community and the undergraduate & graduate advisors to develop and maintain alumni connections.
Reporting to and in collaboration with the Director, the Program Director will shape and focus the future direction of the Center for Black Visual Culture (CBVC) in terms of partnerships and new projects within the Institute for African American Affairs (IAAA) and more broadly. The Program Director serves as a principle spokesperson (along with the Director) to the internal and external constituencies of CBVC and will further develop the Center’s position nationally and internationally and in relation to black visual culture, the archive focusing on the arts and university programs. Center for Black Visual Culture is a space for scholarly and artistic inquiry into the understanding and exploration of images focusing on black people globally. It is both an incubator for new ideas and a center for the study of images (framing and reframing). As an interdisciplinary space for students, faculty, post-doc fellows, and the public, CBVC is a place for conversations, exhibitions, and listening as well as a locus for the production of new scholarship and art projects. The incumbent's responsibilities include the coordination and review of resources highlight the mission of the CBVC including ways in which to promote available research materials focusing on black visual studies and to ensure that the CBVC’s projects are available to the NYU community. The Program Director will lead the Center administratively and together with the Associate Director of IAAA will work in close collaboration to provide leadership and management of the CBVC and its staff.
The purpose of the position is to provide legal counsel and support in multiple areas, focused primarily on the University's financial operations and investment office. With respect to financial operations, this position will be the primary point of contact for all aspects of financial operations, including support of the Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer’s Office, and Controller’s Office. Among other things, the Associate General Counsel will handle the University’s financings in conjunction with outside counsel and advise on private use and post-transaction compliance and review credit card and banking agreements. The Associate General Counsel’s work with the Investment Office includes review of investments and investment manager agreements.
NYU’s Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for an Associate Director, Relationship Management in our Office of Career Development. The Associate Director will oversee, conduct and participate in a variety of corporate recruitment activities including managing on-campus and virtual recruiting needs for a targeted industry. The Associate Director will implement end-to-end campus recruiting strategies for corporate partners and advise employers on branding & marketing, event management, and candidate selection & interviews. The Associate Director will identify, cultivate, and strengthen relationships with corporate recruiters to solicit interest in recruiting Stern full-time MBA students. The selected candidate will also track, analyze and report on student survey results, hiring results and benchmarking data to advise companies on best practices and lead annual formal briefings with recruiting stakeholders at top employers.
The Center for Academic Excellence and Support is seeking an individual to apply optimal methods of instructional design, while partnering with subject matter experts on the development of traditional and online learning environments. Serve as a consultant to faculty with regard to analyzing learning needs, application of various instructional design models and delivery systems to meet those needs, and tools to achieve and measure student learning outcomes. Select appropriate learning theories; develop course and program assessment methods; create of engaging instructional activities; meet accessibility and compliance requirements, and evaluate and effective use of innovative instructional technologies.
NYU's prestigious Leonard N. Stern School of Business has a challenging and exciting Assistant Director opportunity for its Fubon Center for Technology, Business and Innovation. The Assistant Director will cultivate and maintain essential business relationships with external constituencies, as well as potential funders and alumni, to promote the Fubon Center’s mission and increase visibility. The selected candidate will manage and organize events and activities sponsored by the Center, including high-level, large-scale conferences and several smaller events and activities. The Assistant Director will plan, draft and execute digital and traditional marketing and communications efforts for the Center. S/he will determine themes, messaging and design for the Center’s website and social media platforms. Additional duties will include: creating and managing the annual budget, drafting and designing research grant application processes, as well as evaluating the effectiveness of the Center’s various communication efforts.
Lead the University’s Accounts Payable Department to ensure vendor payments and employee reimbursements are issued in a timely, efficient manner in accordance with internal and external policies and procedures. Foster an environment of continuous improvement with respect to internal controls, service delivery, procedures and use of technology. Develop and direct staff including hiring, performance management, conducting training, etc.
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