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Advise students on academic programs, policies, and procedures. Provide career counseling and student support. Interpret University and school policies and provide recommendations that promote student success. Work closely with Director of Master's Studies (DMS) on the M.A. Program and administration of student databases. Manage the MA admissions process, providing guidance and tools to faculty. Advise prospective and current students on issues such as field and course selection, academic probation, withdrawal policy, leaves of absence, and summer studies. Evaluate advisement services and make recommendations for the development and implementation of key process improvements. This position directly contributes to efficient departmental operations and student success at the IFA.
The Institute of Fine Arts is a thriving center of advanced research and graduate teaching in art history, archaeology, and art conservation. A site of knowledge production since its founding in 1932, the Institute has also produced many of the world’s leading art historians, museum directors, curators, and conservators.
Work closely with Director of Master's Studies (DMS) on the MA Program. Advise prospective and current students on field and course selection, academic probation, withdrawal policy, leaves of absence, summer studies, and career paths. Interpret University and School policies and procedures to faculty, advisors, and students. Evaluate advisement services and make recommendations; assist with the development and implementation of department's advisement procedures and systems. Participate in individual meeting sessions with first-year students. Participate in Town Hall meetings with first-year and second-year students. Provide support with the implementation of professionalization programming.
Manage the MA Admissions process; produce and distribute MA application files and create spreadsheets to assist the faculty evaluation of applicants. Manage MA review process; review student transcripts and verify that program requirements have been met, determine eligibility for graduation and notify DMS and appropriate administrators of results. Oversee maintenance of student database and ensure confidentiality of student and alumni records.
Manage communications, including responding to outside inquiries, miscellaneous school-wide correspondence, policy memos; and prompt response to student queries. Create materials for events and workshops for faculty advisors and key department stakeholders. Plan, develop and update orientation and registration training materials and participate in orientation, information sessions, and workshops. Provide accurate and updated student information in support of IFA graduation, and coordinate this information with the Development Office and other IFA departments. Provide updated information for the IFA's website on an ongoing basis. Proctor language exams and communicate results to students. Serve as liaison to language instructors and schedule course meetings. Supervise student employees in the preparation of informational materials for IFA Academic Office.
Collaborate with the Development Office on communication with MA students related to donor funding. Manage student travel program, including assisting with the application process, and provide reports on MA students who have received travel grants.
Assist department manager by disseminating information to IFA Faculty and students about opportunities including conferences, jobs, fellowships and internships. Liaise with key IFA departments to provide assistance on academic and student-related matters, including academic support programs (tutoring, workshops, orientations) and academic initiatives related to admissions, enrollment and recruitment. Participate in high-priority events including but not limited to Admissions Open House, Orientation and Graduation.
Serve as a key member of the Office of the Vice President for Student Success, Research & Experience, responsible for the coordination of key activities and functions of the office. Provide leadership and direction for the VP's strategic planning initiatives and data-driven plans, all scheduling, the office's budget and financial planning, and special projects as assigned. Manage and advise the VP and office staff on day-to-day operations ensuring efficiency and effectiveness and optimizing use of available resources. Interact and coordinate with the heads of the division and monitor linkages with the VP and other senior administrative officers to ensure responsiveness. Oversee all ongoing projects supporting the VP's agenda to ensure that all are effectively moving according to planned objectives, established milestones, and measurement criteria. Serve as the lead to develop internal and external communications on behalf of the VP and manage events planning when appropriate.
Perform a wide range of clerical, secretarial, and general office duties including those of a confidential nature. Respond to inquiries displaying a comprehensive knowledge of the department's activities, policies, and programs. Interact with the general public as NYU liaison and with University personnel including those at the senior level to resolve issues and problems. Customize and/or compose letters and correspondence on own initiative or in response to requests for information. Perform general word processing duties; modify and/or create databases and complex spreadsheets utilizing intermediate- to advanced-level functions. Monitor complex budgets and/or grants. Prioritize office activities and delegate to and monitor work of student employees.
The Program Associate, Center for Ballet and the Arts (CBA) plays a central role in engaging The Center's audiences and supporting Center activities. The incumbent will work with CBA senior staff to coordinate and implement programs, events, and communications for CBA. This includes but is not limited to developing plans, executing logistics, and ensuring activities are on schedule and in keeping with defined objectives while continuously improving their execution. Support the administration of all programs at CBA, including public events, and internal seminars and meetings. Write, edit, and proofread communications content across platforms (newsletters, website, social media, email invitations) while providing ongoing critical support to CBA Directors in the planning and creation of the general outreach and communications strategy. May work with a variety of internal and external groups to execute programs, including NYU's Office of Public Affairs, photographers, videographers, graphic designers, website designers, and others. Please note this is a fixed-term position with an end date of 8/31/25 and is subject to renewal.
The Associate Director will support the School of Professional Studies’ global strategic goals. This position will develop strategic plans and new programs to expand global opportunities. They will oversee the implementation and management of projects and revenue-producing initiatives. Supervise global operational activity and act as a liaison with the NYU Office of Global Programs. Manage relationships and communication with NYU Offices, institutional partners, and external organizations. Supervise research and prepare analyses on the financial, market, and operational aspects of potential initiatives; draft and review proposals; collaborate with the SPS Learning and Teaching Nexus to build quality assessment protocols and ensure ongoing evaluation of global programs. Communicate with internal individuals to clarify and interpret policies and procedures. Negotiate, clarify and establish terms and conditions for initiatives with external organizations. Ensure that projects are in compliance with University legal, procedural and operational requirements.
Manage the day-to-day operations of Dentistry’s IT Service Center so that user problems are identified, prioritize, researched, resolved, and followed-up quickly and competently. Plan, priorities, and schedule help desk activities to ensure continuity of service. Ensure that help desk staff use and maintain problem management databases or other help desk software so that help desk activities and performance can be monitored. Analyze help desk enquiries to identify recurring user problems, recommend solutions, and to identify areas where help desk service can be improved. Provide the Assistant Director with analytics on the Service Center’s efficacy relating to ticket and contact metrics regarding telephone call and email response and service ticket resolution. Develop problem solving guidelines, checklists, or other materials to assist help desk staff to respond to user problems that are recurring or routine. Respond to more complex, escalated enquiries from team members. Lead, direct, evaluate, and develop help desk staff to ensure that users receive competent and timely service. Train new Service Center staff on standard operating procedures and ensure compliance with them.
Arts & Science is seeking a talented Administrative Aide II to join the Office of the Dean for Science. This individual will perform a wide range of clerical, secretarial and general office duties including those of a confidential nature. Serve as a source of information to the general public, students, staff and faculty on policies, procedures and office activities. Interact with people within and outside the University including those at the senior level regarding general inquiries as well as specific issues and problems. Prioritize office activities and delegate work to student and/or casual employees. Customize and/or compose letters in response to internal and external requests for information for supervisor's review and approval. Proofread documents for accuracy and completeness. Perform other general word processing duties. Modify and/or create databases and complex spreadsheets.
Deliver immigration services for a specific population within the Office of Global Services (i.e., US and foreign national students and scholars studying or working abroad) to permit lawful entry into the country in which the individual will be studying or working. Advise on opportunities, rights and responsibilities under the law and refer to other University departments, attorneys, or governmental agencies as necessary. Counsel international students/scholars/employees on all personal, health, social, cultural, financial, and immigration matters related to their stay within the appropriate portal campus or Global Academic Center within the NYU 'Global Network University'. Collaborate with staff, schools, departments, and outside organizations (including embassies, consulates, vendors, and consultants) to provide information on immigration/mobility requirements and procedures.
The College of Arts & Science is seeking a dedicated Assistant Director to join their advising team. The Assistant Director, Proud to Be First will develop and execute programs to support and engage diverse students in the first-generation of their family to complete their degree. Programs will enhance the personal and academic success of diverse first-gen students through peer-to-peer mentoring, alumni connections, faculty/staff relationships, partnerships with Admissions, the NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development, NYU Leadership Initiative, NYU Center for Multicultural Engagement and Programming, Alumni Relations, Academic Achievement Program, and curricular/co-curricular initiatives. Additionally, serve as an academic advisor within the CAS Advising Center assisting students in designing and executing their graduation plans.
The School of Professional Studies (SPS) at New York University is seeking a creative and innovative Social Media and Content Marketing Manager who will build the school’s presence across channels (social media, web content, and public relations) by writing and executing posts, creating content for SPS’s website, and drafting press releases.
We’re looking for a data-driven storyteller with a knack for creating compelling, original content that amplifies the stories of our students, award-winning faculty, and greater school community, all with an eye toward reaching prospective students and building content for current students.
This professional will:
Manage the school’s social media calendar, execute social media posts, and run standardized monthly reports. Provide on-site social media support at school events.
Create content for the school’s website and update existing content within our CMS (Adobe Experience Manager), drawing on a deep knowledge of SEO standards and best practices. Work closely with the school’s web vendor and internal stakeholders to support the school’s brand positioning.
Draft press releases, generate pitches, and support communications initiatives related to the school’s partnerships and key initiatives. Provide on-site support with the school’s events and conferences.
Conduct research on audience segmentation and develop student personas to determine right-fit messaging across platforms.
For nearly a century, NYU SPS has been a leading institution of higher education grounded in applied and experiential learning. A professional education powerhouse that serves thousands of students through its career-focused, forward-thinking programs, the school offers a wide range of graduate degrees and hundreds of continuing education courses, and serves both traditional and degree-completing undergraduates with bachelors and associates degrees.
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