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The Marron Institute of Urban Management is an applied research unit under the Provost's Office at New York University. The Marron Institute works with officials, residents, practitioners, and scholars to address pressing challenges in cities around the world, including those related to public sector performance, city planning, criminal justice, and environmental health. The Assistant Director will be responsible for managing the Institute’s pre- and post-award processes for externally-funded projects, coordinating with the University offices that support gifts, grants, and other sponsored activities. The Assistant Director will also oversee tracking of actual project expenses against budgets, sharing financial information with Sponsored Programs Administration and the Institute’s Director of Strategy and Finance as requested. The Assistant Director will oversee timely and accurate delivery of payments to vendors, contractors, and partners—liaising with Fiscal Affairs, Purchasing, and Accounts Payable. The Assistant Director will provide the Director, Director of Strategy and Finance, and faculty program leads with strategic support for fundraising activities—in particular, the Assistant Director will support the Director in maintaining relationships with important donors, including the founding donor. The Assistant Director will manage the Institute’s administrative staff. The Assistant Director is the Marron Institute’s point person for onboarding new faculty, researchers, and administrative staff, liaising with the Office of Academic Appointments and Human Resources. The Assistant Director will manage the coordination of the Marron Institute’s applied research programs and other academic activities. The Assistant Director will support the growth of the Institute by fostering its culture and core values and working to continuously carry out and improve its operations. The Assistant Director manages administrative staff, reports to the Director of Strategy and Finance, and works closely with the Marron Institute’s Director and faculty.
The Program Administrator for the Institute for Public Knowledge will be responsible for overseeing programmatic, administrative, and co-curricular activities and communication, and will serve as the principal coordinator for IPK’s collaboration with other units across all of NYU’s campuses. Other duties include:
Plan, initiate, coordinate, and ensure the smooth promotion, implementation, and overall operation of programmatic and co-curricular activities, as well as communication, with all participants and the University community, and ensure University standards and guidelines are maintained. Schedule all activities, programs, events, and receptions. Help identify themes and speakers, communicate with speakers and other guests, and help prepare their materials. Attend events. Prepare promotional materials. Develop and maintain communication with internal and external stakeholder groups. Prepare invites, mailings, flyers, and RSVP lists. Foster strong relations with student groups. Schedule and arrange guest travel and prepare onboarding items for IPK visiting scholars or other VIPs.
Manage budgets for working groups, initiatives, and overall programming. Monitor and report expenditures to stay within budget assist in budget planning. Investigate and resolve discrepancies. Oversee processing of financial payments and reimbursements for faculty, students, staff, contractors, vendors, and program partners. Manage day to day office administrative needs.
Manage and communicate plans and deadlines, and with the Associate Director to determine objectives and activities. Serve as an IPK liason for communications with other schools and University offices, students, faculty, vendors, and program partners, overseeing projects as needed.
The Department Administrator, Budget & Contracts at Global TIES for Children will work directly with the Associate Director of Research Administration to support the overall financial, administrative and grant activities of the Center. More specifically, the position will be responsible for the following: Budget & Finance: Provide on-going financial support of Center's various grants, manage purchasing and internal/external payments and reimbursements; monitor expenses against funds, and analyze expense variances and make corrective financial action when needed
Contracts: Liaise with Center staff, department pre- and post-award administrators, the Office of General Counsel, and Contracts Office to plan for and process complex contracts, agreements, purchase orders and change orders using various funding sources, ensuring accurate completion, timely routing of internal paperwork and disclosures and compliance with University policies, and develop an internal system to track contracts in process and ensure timely follow-up and execution.
Procurement: Act as a departmental resource on all types of procurement transactions, including preparation of purchase requisitions/POs, invoice payments, check requests, and other mechanisms; identify external vendors for various professional services, purchase technology/supplies, and anticipate inventory needs
Administrative Support: Provide support to the Associate Director of Research Administration with other administrative duties as needed Global TIES for Children is an international research center at New York University dedicated to designing, evaluating and advising on programs and policies to improve the lives of children and youth in the most vulnerable regions across the globe. Our center works with some of the world’s leading non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and with governments in low-income (LI) and conflict-affected (CA) countries to develop and evaluate innovative approaches to promoting the holistic development of children and their communities.
Provide four-handed chairside assistance to dental students. Instruct dental students and dental assistant students in techniques and utilization of four-handed dentistry and infection control. Perform tests; assist with preparing dental castings, dispensing medications and instructions, and performing minor dental and surgical procedures; ensure safe use, disposal, and storage of chemicals or hazardous materials. Maintain patient files and charts. Serve as clinic receptionist and clinic cashier. May assist with training and reviewing work of student and/or casual employees.
The assistant director for service and leadership is responsible for programs and initiatives within the Center for Student Life that support and advance NYU's commitment to service, outreach, civic engagement, service learning, and leadership development. Manages the area budget, conducts program evaluation and student assessment, and represents service to internal and external constituents. Works collaboratively with the Office of Risk Management to evaluate contracts and coordinate travel. The incumbent serves as the primary point of contact within the Division of Student Affairs for service and leadership related topics. Like all members in the Center for Student Life, the incumbent participates in Center for Student Life events, and undertakes special projects to be assigned at the discretion of the center leadership team.
Manage the operations of NYU's internal and global wireless network, including the design, implementation and maintenance of hardware and software that supports Wireless network. Develop project initiatives to sustain network stability and future growth for the NYU campus and NYU global sites.
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NYU's prestigious Leonard N. Stern School of Business has a challenging opportunity for an Assistant Director of Communications on the Public Affairs team. The Assistant Director will be responsible for creation and publishing of Stern's digital content from several sources (such as faculty research, Stern marquee events, Stern news, student stories) to multiple online distribution points including the Stern website, social media channels and digital signage system. S/he will coordinate will monitor web and social media interactions and encourage engagement among audiences through proactive campaigns, as well as assist with proactive media relations. The candidate will also plan, develop and manage all aspects of special events, including signature events and graduation.
Reporting to the Assistant Vice President, Employee Relations in University Human Resources, performs a wide variety of duties related to contract administration; contract negotiations; grievance and arbitration issues; and employee relations concerns including, but not limited to, providing definitive direction, interpretative guidance and support to schools and administrative units on multiple collective bargaining agreements; policy and procedure compliance; and adherence to local, state and federal laws governing employment practices.
Coordinate the selection, layout and purchase of interior furnishings on two levels. First includes supporting Facilities and Construction Management on all capital construction projects. Second includes directly consulting with and advising University Departments, Senior Executives and faculty on specific interior furnishings projects. Position will serve as advisor to NYU Project Managers, Architects, Engineers, Interior Designers, Space Planners, and Contractors and as liaison to Manufacturers, Dealers and Installers to ensure that project specifications and needs are met. Position will prepare comprehensive interior design presentations and conducting work related to interior design.
Provide direct, individual patient care and education to a diverse University community in accordance with established standards and medical ethics at the Student Health Center in Brooklyn, NY.
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