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The qualified candidate will perform a wide range of front desk reception, clerical and general office duties including but not limited to serving as office receptionist, sorting and delivering mail, general word processing, Excel spreadsheets, database management, schedule appointments and scanning/uploading documents. Will interact with NYU Law alumni, current students, and NYU personnel via in-person, phone, and email. Support signature annual Law School events; tasks to include customizing and composing leetters, respond to requests for information, mail merging invitation, maintain registration lists, creating name tags, and post-event tasks.
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.
Consult with departments within the University to understand, document and analyze business requirements that drive the development and design of technical reports. Design, develop, and implement these reports for use by administrators across the University in various reporting environments (primarily using Tableau / Oracle / SQLServer); evaluate and analyze report requirements including data lineage and process flow; create data models to generate reports. Maintain and enhance existing reports and queries to meet existing quality standards and new business requirements. Develop and conduct training programs for academic and administrative departments on utilizing student data in the reporting environment. Assess user training needs and provide individual and group training as required. Work on a wide variety of projects that support NYU business needs and improvement opportunities. Advise analysts on dashboard design and data handling, and serve as a reviewer of new reports before release.
Manage programs, conferences and institutes in our Office of Academic Initiatives and Global Programs. Responsible for program planning, development, and management, financial management, systems administration and evaluation, staff management, and student support. Develops marketing plans and materials; resolve student admissions and financial aid concerns; serve as liaison to representatives from international colleges and universities to coordinate housing reservations in dormitories and hotels; and ensure information is disseminated.
As a critical role in NYU’s University Development and Alumni Relations’ (UDAR’s) marketing and communications, develop, write, and create content marketing and write and edit high-level communications for University senior leaders and volunteers. Conduct research and carry out special projects. Advance University and UDAR priorities through engaging messaging presented in various formats to a diverse range of constituents. Define and establish content parameters, including overall tone, intended audience, length, and timeliness; review draft material for content, syntax, and clarity; and ensure consistency with content created by the office. Serve as lead writer and content developer for a number of programs and campaigns including video, integrated marketing campaigns (such as NYU Alumni Changemakers), event marketing, and internal communications. As part of a team that supports more than 700 events per year, this role will lead event communications for select important donor and alumni events in support of the University’s engagement and fundraising goals. Project work to include leadership talking points and scripting; copy for event marketing and correspondence; and internal and external communications plans. Working across the University, this role will provide content, write, and edit materials for all UDAR channels (email, social, website, magazine, and print collateral). Take on special projects as needed.
Manage fiscal and administrative oversight for $30M in sponsored research activity. The Grants Manager handles post-award administrative aspects of all grants and other sponsored research projects. Provide Principle Investigators with guidance and administrative support. Work with the University central departments includes Sponsored Projects Administration to ensure the financial report submissions are accurate, complete, up-to-date, timely, and compliant with the University policies and sponsor’s terms and conditions. Oversee and manage department’s funding portfolio in addition to monitoring and reconciling expenditures to the University’s financial systems. Serve as liaison between the department and central university offices, federal, state, local, corporate agencies and private foundations keeping faculty and project directors abreast of both internal and external policies
This position will be a part of the Cyber NYC Applied Learning Initiative, a collaborative endeavor between the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC), and several academic and industry entities charged with the mission of establishing New York City as a global leader in cybersecurity education, training, and talent. Cyber NYC is a $100 million suite of public-private investments to establish New York City as a global leader in cybersecurity and catalyze jobs. The initiative will strategically grow NYC’s cybersecurity diverse talent pipeline and workforce, help companies thrive, and build networks and community spaces.
The Project manager will work to establish the Stackable Credentials Program, which will provide life-long learning and stackable credentialing through one-month, self-paced online modules focused on Cybersecurity topics and created by industry. An innovative approach to education, micro-credentialing will enable students to take tailored coursework throughout their lives according to industry’s evolving needs. By operating across New York City universities and securing credit-sharing agreements, this program will widen the availability and flexibility of Cybersecurity education and help make New York City a global leader in Cybersecurity education.” Supervise and manage the Stackable Credentials program efforts, with an eye for continuous quality improvement and the holistic online student experience. This position will work to ensure all online offerings meet the department, School, and University’s standards for quality as well as actively seeking out opportunities to continuously improve and enhance offerings through improving internal development processes, applying new research, investigating and piloting new educational technology, and providing faculty development opportunities. Additionally, the position will work with online student services to enhance the extracurricular experience of online students at NYU Tandon. The position manages staff experienced in online learning and instructional design for current and future online courses and projects.
The Project Manager will also interface and coordinate with CUNY ALI programs and the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) to ensure timely delivery of all services, tasks, and sub-tasks, as defined under the Cyber NYC contracts relating to the CCNY Master’s Degree in Cyber Security Program.
Some duties include:
- Overseeing successful project completion including execution of Services, Tasks, and Sub-tasks relating to this Program within set timelines, as outlined and required under the Cyber NYC contract agreement;
- Overseeing partnership development and fundraising/sponsorship efforts to help the Program projects secure funds and ensure projects’ long-term sustainability;
- Developing and streamlining reporting formats as needed and delivering required reports in a timely manner and in a in cohesive and structured format as defined under the Cyber NYC contracts;
- Actively participating in ALI-wide governance activities including but not limited to advisory boards, conferences, summits, workshops and other events;
- Closely working with other ALI institutions to create a collaborative and innovative talent ecosystem;
- Meeting with the Program executive committee’s Project Team on a regular basis to report on Project progress, review status reports, as well as provide timely response to NYCEDC requests for information;
SHIFT: Monday - Friday, 3pm - 11:30pm
Prepare surfaces for painting, paint interior and exterior of buildings, and perform drywall repair/replacement using a wide variety of equipment. Create color samples to determine proper matching of colors and mix paints per paint codes. Finish surfaces using sandpaper, pumice, wax and other materials.
SHIFT: Sunday - Thursday, 7am - 3:30pm
Primarily responsible for hands-on maintenance of HVAC systems and related auxiliary equipment.
SHIFT: Sunday - Thursday, 3:30pm - 12am
Primarily responsible for hands-on maintenance of HVAC systems and related auxiliary equipment.
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