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New York University has embarked on an exciting pilot program which has been bringing together faculty leaders, forming a collaborative University-wide initiative in aging-related issues focused initially on research and problem-solving. We are currently looking for a Project Administrator to be a part of this interdisciplinary team and play a key role in the Aging Incubator Initiative. S/he will be responsible for providing a broad range of complex management services. The position involves a high level of organizing and coordination efforts on behalf of the Aging Incubator, functioning as a point of contact between the various units of NYU and among the Aging Incubator Directorship, comprised of three Directors, all who have expertise in aging and aging related research.
- Establish project plans to ensure key milestones and business needs and objectives are met.
- Consult with stakeholders, user groups, and staff to describe and define scope of project, project specifications, resource requirements, schedule, and provide suggested actions to complex problems in order to meet project and/or plan objectives.
- Analyze feedback and reports into actionable deliverables.
- Provide on-going support for assigned projects, including the coordination of creating project documentation, developing timelines, outlining deliverables, and providing feedback and clarification to NYU Aging Incubator leadership team, faculty, and students, as necessary.
- Provide practical and economical solutions to new business needs and recommend refinement and/or modification of workflows; prepare feasibility studies and cost/benefit analysis.
- Create and maintain project plan and schedule throughout project lifecycle. Capture, monitor, and/or mitigate risks and issues. Work with the NYU Aging Incubator leadership team to ensure proper human resource allocation to ensure expected delivery time and quality.
- Assist with the creation and implementation of university-wide project initiatives i.e. Brown Bags, Award Competitions, Image and Innovations, Speaker Series and Fellows' Functions.
- Assist NYU Aging Incubator leadership team with the implementation and long term strategic planning of new projects and how they relate, identifying inter-dependencies.
- Manage the tracking, updating and reporting of project statuses. Provide reports to management on the progress of managed projects.
SHIFT: Thursday - Monday 2:30PM - 11:00PM
Primarily responsible for hands-on maintenance of HVAC systems and related auxiliary equipment.
Oversee health requirement operations for the Student Health Center to ensure compliance with New York State Public Health Laws 2165 and 2165(NYSPHL 2165/2167) and NYU policy for required immunization regarding immunization requirements for attendance at Colleges and Universities in New York State and New York University policy for all matriculated students at Washington Square, Brooklyn and the Global sites. Interpret and communicate policies and procedures to students, parents and University stakeholders and monitor compliance with the requirements. Evaluate Student Health Center health requirement policies and processes and make recommendations to supervisor for changes.
NYU’s prestigious Leonard N. Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for a Planning and Academic Services Program Administrator within the Undergraduate College. Under the direction of the Assistant Dean and Director, the Program Administrator will collect, synthesize and analyze enrollment, demographic, student success, course and financial data, including identifying trends and generating reports/visualizations. This position will manage the processing of action based scholarships for undergraduate students including coordinating, reviewing and evaluating applications for the Undergraduate College. S/he will manage the administrative process for the Undergraduate College's learning assessment plan to meet the assurance of learning requirements for NYU and Stern’s accreditation organizations. The selected candidate will also work collaboratively with the Stern Budget Department to troubleshoot budget processing issues, improve financial aid services, and administer departmental budgets. In conjunction with Assistant Dean and Director, the incumbent will develop and maintain policy and procedure documents/manuals, and develop, implement and maintain systems that are unique to the Undergraduate College's planning and reporting needs and are in line with University and Stern protocols.
The Senior IT Auditor will support the Internal Audit Department in the completion of the annual audit plan with a focus on IT and information security/cybersecurity controls of the audits. The candidate will assist with the implementation of continuous monitoring for information security/cybersecurity areas and assess the adequacy of the IT control environment in integrated audits. The candidate will draft audit observations and recommendations and provide sufficient documentation to support conclusions in accordance with Institute of Internal Auditors Standards.
Under the direction of the Director, Sustainability, this role will be an integral part of a best-in-class, comprehensive sustainability program and team that oversees the strategy, content, management, and direction of various measures, projects and initiatives in support of NYU sustainability goals. Areas of focus include but are not limited to carbon, energy, water, construction and renovation, waste, and transportation. This position will play an instrumental part in the development and implementation of a comprehensive road map to reach NYU’s carbon goals, and have a key role in tracking NYU’s carbon inventory and progress. This position will lead stakeholder efforts and communication between NYU units, departments, and schools, and will support communications and outreach strategies related to the work.
Manage and execute all administrative and operational functions for the academic program. Supervise and mentor program staff and provide administrative support to the Program Directors. Advise Program Directors and Department Administration on matters that affect the academic program. Manage budgets, donor funds, grants and work closely with the Department Administration on special projects. Collaborate with and offer cross-program support for projects and initiatives involving other academic programs within the department.
Manage and execute all administrative and operational functions for the academic program. Supervise and mentor program staff and provide administrative support to the Program Directors. Advise Program Directors and Department Administration on matters that affect the academic program. Manage budgets, donor funds, grants and work closely with the Program Director and Department Administration on special projects. Collaborate with and offer cross-program support for projects and initiatives involving other academic programs within the department.
The Grants Manager handles pre-award and post-award administrative aspects of assigned grants and other sponsored research projects. Provide Principle Investigators with guidance and administrative support in the grant submission process. Work with the University central departments including Sponsored Projects Administration to ensure that submissions are accurate, complete, up-to-date, timely, and compliant with the University. Oversee and manage department's portfolio of funding. Manage and reconcile expenditures to the University's financial system. Serve as a liaison between the department and central University Offices, federal, state, and city corporate agencies, and private foundations regarding externally funded grants.
The Chief of Staff (COS) will report to and serve as principal aide and logistics manager for the Senior Vice President for Global Inclusion, Diversity, and Strategic Innovation (SVP) & Chief Diversity Officer. Serving as senior staff support to the SVP, will help to provide strategic and organizational guidance for Office of Global Inclusion. The role will work with the SVP on high level issues, policies and situations involving a cross section of University units. The Chief of Staff to the SVP/CDO will provide strategic leadership and direction for the SVP's strategic planning initiatives, financial planning, project management, and select program development activities. Represent the SVP/CDO at selected internal and external meetings with faculty, researchers, staff, students, alumni, senior university administrators as well as government and community leaders. The COS is also senior manager responsible for the management of all office operations to ensure efficiency and effectiveness through optimal use and management of resources.
NYU is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to a policy of equal treatment and opportunity in every aspect of its recruitment and hiring process without regard to age, alienage, caregiver status, childbirth, citizenship status, color, creed, disability, domestic violence victim status, ethnicity, familial status, gender and/or gender identity or expression, marital status, military status, national origin, parental status, partnership status, predisposing genetic characteristics, pregnancy, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, unemployment status, veteran status, or any other legally protected basis. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, persons of minority sexual orientation or gender identity, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply for vacant positions at all levels.