The Senior Financial Analyst will be a key member of the Tandon Planning and Budget Office. The position is responsible for the complex and interpretive financial analyses of periodic reports and special projects for Senior Leadership. The incumbent will oversee a portfolio of operating and designated accounts. The Analyst will be responsible for creating financial reports, modelling revenue, pattern analysis, data mining and automating processes. The incumbent will be tasked with building financial dashboards, creating systems to quickly satisfy ad-hoc requests, preform pattern analysis and data-mining, forecast revenue & expenses, prepare profit & loss statements, load budgets and prepare presentations for Senior Leadership. In addition, the Analyst will provide a higher level of “touch” to faculty as it relates to start-up commitments. The successful candidate must be highly analytical, detail oriented, thrive in a fast paced environment and eager to learn.
Provide analytical support to Financial Analysts in New York University's Sponsored Programs Administration (which manages all of the University's grants and contracts supporting the institution's research efforts). Work in close collaboration with SPA Financial Analysts, as well as Financial Operations & Treasury. Evaluate award letters and budgets, financial/accounting reports, set-up and close-out projects, and investigate discrepancies. Other related duties as assigned.
The Retail Marketing Manager at the New York University Press will plan and implement the marketing efforts for titles published in the Social Sciences and Humanities, with a specific focus on consumer outreach. Promotional campaigns include advertising, direct mail, e-marketing, and social media outreach. The successful candidate will develop and implement marketing campaigns for 60-70 new titles per year, and oversee the marketing of backlist titles in these areas.
Manage operations and provide administrative support to the Office of the Vice Dean of Int’l Initiatives and Student Affairs to ensure smooth functioning of office. Serve as a liaison with various departments and administrative offices within the College and University and attend related meetings; communicate with internal and external contacts on behalf of the Vice Dean. Lead and participate in various special projects for Vice Dean as required. Act as primary contact for Vice Dean’s schedule and represent the Office as necessary in the Vice Dean’s absence; manage budgets, reimbursements and purchasing and ensure adherence to University financial policies and procedures; travel nationally and internationally as required for special projects.
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.
Provide a variety of reference and research services to library patrons; assist in course reserves processing; assist in delivery services processing; supervise student workers; participate in various special projects and initiatives.
Manage Bern Dibner and technology infrastructure, providing desktop and laptop support to Bern Dibner Library users. Set up and maintain processes and workflows to keep workstations and laptops operationally sound and secure. Hire, manage and coordinate a technical team in order to maintain fully functional computer environment that is adaptive and responsive to changing user needs. Strong customer focus, flexibility to resolve urgent issues, and understanding of computer technology in education environment is essential.
Provide intensive career counseling and career information to J.D. and LL.M. students and alumni, develop and present career educational programs. Author and edit job search resource guides. Participate in devising job development strategies and conducting job development.
Manage all aspects of a project, from start to finish, so that it is completed on time and within budget. Design, communicate, and implement an operational plan for completing the project; monitor progress and performance against the project plan; take action to resolve operational problems and minimize delays. Identify, develop, and gather the resources to complete the project. This may include preparing designs and work specifications; developing project schedules, budgets and forecasts; and selecting materials, equipment, project staff, and external contractors. Liaise with other operational areas in the organization to secure specialized resources and contributions for the project. Conduct meetings and prepare reports to communicate the status of the project. Set priorities, allocates tasks, and coordinates project staff to meet project targets and milestones.
Administer departmental budgets, grants, and designated funds for the Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions. Conduct trends' analyses and prepare forecasts; provide advice on University and School fiscal guidelines and requirements; assess accounts' status and recommend funds' reallocations; prepare annual and interim budget reports. Communicate and interpret policies on requirements for employing and paying full-time and adjunct faculty; analyze payroll and payment delays and discrepancies. Supervise staff.
Music and Performing Arts Professions (Administrators-Monthly)
Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development (ED1084)
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