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New York University’s Leonard N. Stern School of Business, located in the heart of Greenwich Village and deeply connected with the City for which it is named, is one of the nation’s premier management education schools and research centers. We now have available an exciting opportunity to join our collaborative team of professionals as a part-time Human Resources Manager (four days per week).
The HR Manager will manage a variety of human resources processes, including compensation, annual merit increases, and performance and job evaluation processes. Incumbent will also partner with Unit Heads on recruiting restructuring plans and a broad range of employee recognition, employee relations, professional development, and training activities. The selected candidate will also provide advice to employees, including making appropriate referrals to or collaborating with other University offices to problem solve and/or provide employees with appropriate services and support. This role also involves actively engaging in full life cycle recruiting, on-boarding, off-boarding, community building initiatives, establishing metrics, tracking results, and working on complex data analyses, reporting, presentations and projects.
Manage day-to-day operations of Post Production area for for Tisch School of the Arts: develop and implement operational and creative policies and practices to ensure student productions run smoothly and successfully and that the safety and security of faculty, students, facilities, and equipment is realized. Design and conduct technical workshops and seminars in response to and adapted to meet faculty and students' needs; ensure training is consistent with established industry and School curricular standards and related film technologies. Advise students on productions; serve as resource expert recommending production options to students and resolving complex problems. Supervise full- and part-time technical support and student employees. Nights and Weekend availability is a must.
NYC Media Lab team is seeking a Community and Project Lead who will cultivate a community of practice across newsrooms, universities, startups, and the broader community of those interested in the intersection of AI and journalism. The position will oversee two core work streams of this AI and journalism initiative. Work with developers to plan and manage a digital platform and newsletter on AI in journalism that offers resources, information, and new knowledge in the field, as well as a space for thought leaders and practitioners to share ideas and best practices. Launch and manage an AI and journalism innovation challenge to convene leading practitioners across disciplines, and highlight novel approaches to exploring and addressing emerging priorities in the field. This is a 2 year fixed term position.
NYU’s Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for an Assistant Director of Operations. The Assistant Director will support and advise the Chief Operating Officer in the overall management of projects related to the operations at Stern. The selected candidate will interpret business needs and translate them into operational requirements; execute and develop project plans, goals, and business process analysis; and identify resources required for complex operations projects. They will deliver crisp and concise, well organized written documentation and know how to incorporate feedback constructively with minimal revision. This position is that of a problem-solver, solution deliverer, and devil’s advocate: the person in this seat thinks critically at every turn. Through strong analytical and product management skills, they will develop a thorough understanding of Stern's operational process needs with the goal of driving constant improvement.
NYU's Leonard N. Stern School of Business has a challenging opportunity for an Assistant Director, Communications on the Public Affairs team. The selected candidate will be responsible for the publishing of Stern's digital content to multiple online distribution points including the Stern website, social media channels and digital signage system. The selected candidate will coordinate editorial content flow from multiple sources (such as faculty research, Stern marquee events, alumni profiles, Stern news, student stories) to digital platforms. The selected candidate will also monitor web and social media interactions and encourage engagement among audiences through proactive campaigns, as well as assist with proactive media relations.
NYU Steinhardt's one-of-a-kind integration of education, communication, health, and the arts puts us at the heart of a movement: education for social change. Our mission is to advance knowledge, creativity, and innovation at the crossroads of culture, education, and human development. Founded in 1890 as the first school of pedagogy in the US, today NYU Steinhardt advances the education, health, and well-being of people and communities around the world. With more than 82,000 active global alumni, we strive to build a community of engagement and opportunities with our students and faculty.
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 may be 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.
The School of Professional Studies (SPS) seeks an individual to serve as a Program Administrator to manage day-to-day administrative functions of noncredit program(s) for the Public Relations and Corporate Communications and the Integrated Marketing programs in the Division of Programs in Business (DPB). They will meet departmental needs including assisting with the development of office policies and procedures. Oversee adjunct faculty appointment and payment. Resolve faculty issues or concerns related to non-credit program(s). Specifically, address questions around NYUSPS policies and procedures, course scheduling, course preparation, etc. Analyze faculty and course data, produce detailed faculty and course reports, and provide recommendations for course and faculty needs across the noncredit program(s). Collect, analyze, and make recommendations based on student feedback data in order to determine student satisfaction. Advise students on issues such as curriculum requirements, course selection, registration, and career exploration. Plan and implement special student programs including prospective student outreach events and new student orientations. Attend School and University sponsored marketing events, information sessions and/or seminars to promote programs to prospective students. Develop and supervise staff, office support and student employees; Make recommendations for hiring, promotions, salary adjustments, and any other change of status.
The School of Professional Studies (SPS) seeks an individual to serve as the Associate Director of graduate degree and noncredit programs for the Public Relations and Corporate Communications programs in the Division of Programs in Business (DPB). They will 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.
Assist the schools and units with important compliance and coordination activities for tax activities outside the New York campus including analyzing third party service provider reports to detail optimal tax withholding strategies and determining the type of registration to be executed to avoid/limit accounting/tax reporting requirements. Liaise with other University offices such as the Office of General Counsel, Office of Global Services, Global Programs Office, University Human Resources, Insurance, Controller’s Division, Treasury, and Public Safety to ensure activities outside of the New York campus are conducted in accordance with US, University and local regulations. Liaise with third party providers as necessary to ensure service are rendered as expected and assist with the resolution of complex issues. Liaise with the Global Programs Office and representatives of Global Sites to confirm all required tax filings have been submitted timely and accurately. Provide tax support as necessary including assisting Human Resources, Global Programs Office, Program Services Office, and the Global sites.
The Associate Director, Executive Education Programs will work closely with the Tandon’s partner program managers and designers, Tandon’s faculty and administrative teams, partner administrative teams, and participants to develop, launch, facilitate, and nurture new initiatives in executive education that include online learning modules and annual online programs and onsite conferences. This is a 2 year fixed term position.
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