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Represent NYU to a wide and diverse audience in high schools and community colleges around the United States. Advise prospective students, Profiles and high school/transfer counselors regarding admissions policies, procedures, academic programs and financial aid opportunities. Evaluate and recommend admission of students to assigned School; review and evaluate credentials; advise prospective students regarding policies and procedures.
The Associate Director for Communications is responsible for developing, implementing, and evaluating a division-wide strategy for the DoL’s communications and marketing, including conceiving story ideas. They will conceptualize, craft, and articulate the DoL’s message and ensure that it is conveyed consistently and effectively across media platforms to both NYU and external audiences. The role involves close collaboration with other departments in the DoL as well as the university as a whole to manage the DoL brand; to raise public awareness of the DoL’s services, collections, expertise, and activities; to enhance the reputation and effectively tell the larger story of the DoL; to align DoL’s communications content and strategies with those of NYU; and to achieve targeted goals (e.g., marketing specific programs, engaging community members, etc.) The Associate Director for Communications directs the design and production of all Libraries’ publications and signage/wayfinding; provides web content to User Experience team and works closely with the User Experience department in the design of the Libraries’ web presence; and leads the process for engaging, and supervising multiple contractors for all creative assets. The Associate Director for Communications reports to the Director of User Experience. PLEASE INCLUDE A LINK TO YOUR PORTFOLIO IN YOUR COVER LETTER.
NYU’s prestigious Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for a DevOps Administrator. The selected candidate will manage the underlying key infrastructure and critical services that support Stern's IT services. S/he will build, maintain and promote a working framework to shorten development and delivery cycles, so that Stern IT can respond to the growing needs of its clients in a secure, reliable and scalable manner. S/he will also enhance existing services through automation and service improvement, and develop new Stern IT services based on organizational needs.
Work with Director of Global Information Systems and other colleagues on full stack cloud development efforts including reporting, ETL, DevOps, and web development. The ideal candidate is hands-on platform builder with experience developing scalable data platforms. Responsibilities include; analyzing, designing, developing, testing, and supporting technical product, supervise a standardized inventory control process for our global partners, assist with design and development of data reporting solution to various university stakeholders. Also, work closely with university staff on non-routine, complex, and/or escalated incidents, analyze, design, and develop tests and test automation suites, and implement recommendations for continuous improvement.
The Director of Development, University-wide reports to the Assistant Dean of Development, NYU Steinhardt. The Director of Development is responsible for carrying a portfolio of prospects capable of making 5,6 and 7-figure+ gifts. The Director of Development will be guided by standardized team metrics for meetings, proposals and dollars raised, as appropriate for the DoD's time in position, pipeline and role. The Director of Development will supervise 1-3 major gift officers, as assigned. The Director of Development may be assigned prospects in a particulate state, or cities in which NYU has a cluster of University-wide highly rated prospects and the Metro NY area; some travel is required. The Director of Development will have 5-7+ years experience, preferably in a higher education setting with the ability to communicate a wide-variety of University priorities in a concise and compelling manner. The Director of Development will embrace a culture of collaboration within and across University Development and Alumni Relations.
Oversee the operation of the Center for Data Science's graduate programs. Administer student service activities including student recruitment, admissions, academic and career counseling. Design and write marketing and informational materials for the program. Market and represent the program(s) to many constituencies, including prospective students, alumni, employers, Fellows and Advisory Board members. Interpret University policies and procedures and implement and monitor departmental compliance to those policies and procedures. Assist with administering student financial aid. Monitors the process of students towards degree completion and performs related administrative and advisory duties.
Monday, 3:00pm - 11:00pm
Wednesday, 11:00pm - Thursday, 7:00am
Thursday, 11:00pm - Friday, 7:00am
Saturday, 7:00am - 3:00pm
Sunday, 3:00pm - 11:00pm
Monitor and operate combined heat and power plant and chilled water systems and connected equipment controls. Ensure plant operations are performed safely and efficiently; monitor and respond to changes in operating conditions to maintain continuous plant performance; as directed perform operations work order duties and routines. Per prescribed frequencies and in accordance with established round protocols and recording direction, perform physical watch stander rounds of the cogeneration facility. Record and report any abnormal conditions to the Engineer. Assist Engineer in troubleshooting any plant issues. As required receive plant fuel and material deliveries. Maintain qualifications and perform stack emissions observations. At the engineer's direction manipulate manual and automatic valves and controllers in the plant. Respond to field emergencies as needed. Perform lock out tag out as directed. Ability to assist the Engineer in operating the plant either in the field or via the plant computerized control systems.
Partner with the HEOP and CSTEP Program Directors on the overall planning, management and evaluation of the Opportunity Programs' academic support services. Provide leadership in the development and implementation of HEOP and CSTEP project activities as they relate to academics and instructional services. Supervise instructional staff and ensure integrity and growth of the Academic Services Unit within the Opportunity Programs.
The Division of Programs in Business (DPB) is seeking an associate director to direct administration of graduate degree and noncredit programs within the School of Professional Studies (SPS). Other responsibilities include: develop and oversee all administrative processes and procedures including semester course schedules, faculty onboarding, appointments and compensation. Contribute to the development of a strategic plan and conduct competitive analyses for degree and noncredit programs. Manage administrative processes to provide support for new program roll out, academic planning, course and curriculum development. Manage adjunct faculty recruitment, evaluation and promotion processes. Prepare degree program budgets and income and expense projections. Supervise staff.
Fixed term role. Manage complex Fund Raising and CRM projects. Partner with Stakeholders which includes University Development and Alumni Relations (UDAR), Information Technology and Finance to ensure comprehensive process and solutions are in place as new initiatives are rolled out. Assess the impact and inter-dependencies between systems that integrate with the Fund Raising systems and CRM solution.
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