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The OGC Meloy Law Fellow will assist attorneys in the Office of General Counsel with conducting factual and legal research, drafting litigation papers, assisting in the negotiation and drafting of agreements, advising with respect to University policies and other assignments. Assist attorneys in all practice areas of the Office of General Counsel, including Intellectual Property, Litigation, Labor & Employment, Global, Corporate, Student Affairs, Real Estate, Trusts & Estates, and Non-profit & Tax. Conduct research and provide legal advice and guidance in a variety of areas to the University including schools, departments, and University administrators; assist attorneys handling litigation, including preparing pleadings and motions and participating in all aspects of discovery; assist in negotiating and drafting agreements; and provide advice, counsel and research regarding international legal issues. This is a non-renewable appointment for one academic year - September 1, 2023 - August 31, 2024.
The Assistant Director, Fraternity And Sorority Life is responsible for developing, coordinating, and implementing programs and services for the Center for Student Life comprised of 24 fraternities and sororities and three governing councils: Interfraternity Council, Panhellenic Council, and Multicultural Greek Council. This position advises student leaders of fraternity and sorority organizations and councils on club management and leadership issues and assists with club retention and student organization success. This position is responsible for the expansion, development, and administration of a strong Fraternity and Sorority Life community by working closely with our 24 fraternities and sororities, advisors, national representatives, and three governing councils. This position assists with the management of the office: supervising professional and graduate staff as well as overseeing a budget and expenditures for Fraternity and Sorority Life. This position is responsible for enhancing Fraternity and Sorority Life community practices through a lens of global inclusion, diversity, belonging, equity, and access (GIDBEA) as well as ethical decision making. The Assistant Director serves as a resource for chapter presidents, faculty/staff advisors, alumni, parents, national representatives, and the university community regarding Fraternity and Sorority life. This position will assist the Associate Director of Student Involvement with additional tasks and special initiatives as needed.
Assist the office leadership with administration and delivery of human resources services to the School of Law. Manage recruitment activities for all positions, including assisting with appointment-based roles. Advise department supervisors and employees on routine to moderately complex employee relations issues and interpret and implement federal and state employment laws, University human resources policies, and terms of collective bargaining agreement, under guidance of leadership; investigate causes of payroll problems and interpret University payroll policies to supervisors to prevent or resolve problems; advise or refer employees to other University offices as necessary. Oversee and directly manage school onboarding and processing of human resources actions including Annual Merit Increases and bonus program and Summer PILC Internship program, and special events such as annual Service Awards and Staff Brunch.
The Office of Student Affairs within the School of Professional Studies (SPS) at NYU is seeking a Program Administrator to assist with creating community and providing a sense of belonging for SPS student populations in accordance with the mission of vision of the Office of Student Affairs. This indiviual will support day-to-day administrative functions to meet departmental needs. Plan and implement programs and activities for all SPS students that promote co-curricular engagement. Support in the design and execution of a variety of programs that support students’ growth and development and promote student success across SPS affinity groups.
This position is responsible for user account onboarding and management, developing and delivering user training, and leading support efforts for NYU’s central bulk email tool. More specifically, this person will manage new user account requests, changes, and off-boarding. Oversee and respond to user support tickets/inquiries. Identify, develop, and implement training modules and user tutorials. Schedule, organize, prepare materials, teach, and when appropriate arrange for guest instructors for training programs. Identify and champion best practices for generating, sending, and evaluating success of NYU bulk email communications. Consult and advise unit heads, program directors, administrators, etc. regarding bulk email needs and when the use of email meets both local and University communication goals effectively.
As part of the NYU Internal Audit and Enterprise Risk Management department, the Staff Auditor will be part of the internal audit core team. The Staff Auditor will perform innovative financial, compliance, and operational audits in accordance with the standards promulgated by the Institute of Internal Auditors. The candidate will be responsible for assessing risk, evaluating the design of internal controls, identifying potential control weaknesses and recommending process enhancements for business units. The candidate must possess strong communication skills, adapt to a changing environment, be self-motivated and detail oriented. This role has a hybrid work schedule: Two days on-site and three days remote per week.
Reporting to the Director for Residential Staff and Programs, the Associate Director of Residential Life, this live-in required position oversee operations and community development for the assigned residence halls (approximately 4,000 residents) of their area. This position regularly reviews inquiries and issues presented by residents, parents and other members of the University community; investigate and resolve problems and complaints; serve as a hearing officer for escalated student conduct cases and appeals. The Associate Directors support emergency and crisis intervention systems, collaborating with Student Health Center, Facilities & Construction Management, Housekeeping and Public Safety; provide student counseling; serve as a liaison between Student Health Center to refer students. Assist with development and implementation of policies and procedures that are in compliance with University and regulatory agencies' guidelines. Resolve building service problems and maintain open and positive relationships with building management companies, building supervisers and landowners for Leased Properties. This position is responsible for assigned after-hours/weekend/holiday on-call duties on a rotational basis.
Serve as principal aide and day-to-day manager for the Office of the Vice Chancellor and Senior Vice Provost (VCSVP) for Global Programs and University Life (GP/UL) and University Liaison to NYU Abu Dhabi. This includes oversight and implementation of the Vice Chancellor’s schedule, activities, and meetings involving a cross section of university schools, units and departments including NYU Abu Dhabi, Global Programs, Students Affairs, and other internal and external key stakeholders. With other members of the VCSVP’s office, strategize on prioritization, planning, and execution of special projects and other university initiatives. Serve as primary support for Global Programs and AD-related faculty governance, staffing and related functions. Support VCSVP and the GP/UL communications efforts. Oversee all financial and related activities and systems, provide reporting and analysis on financial and other related data; oversee student workers. Support the VCSVP’s research and related professorial portfolio.
Operational oversight of degree program(s) for the Division of Programs in Business (DPB) within the School of Professional Studies (SPS). Direct administration of day-to-day program activities, develop and implement systems and procedures, participate in course planning and develop course schedules. Manage course syllabus and submission processes. Oversee course cancellation and faculty and student notification. Oversee preparation of course-related forms in academic and operational platforms. Ensure courses are scheduled and academic and payroll deadlines met. Develop positive relationships with faculty and serve as a resource to direct problems to appropriate parties or to address and resolve problems. Manage communication to faculty. Ensure facilities and technology issues in the classroom or laboratories are resolved. Assist with the onboarding of new faculty. Provide support and contribute to the successful execution of the department’s strategic agenda. Serve as administrative liaison to student clubs. Support the planning of special student programs and manage the implementation of these programs. Present at recruitment events and/or identify guest speakers. Supervise staff.
Direct all administration (finance, management, operations) for the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute, which includes 11 core journalism disciplines, as well as career services and broadcast operations. The Director, Administration will collaborate closely with the Faculty Director of the Institute, as well as the Executive Committee, to develop strategies to meet short and long term departmental goals, budgets, and long term operational strategies. The Director will also manage staff, budgets and special projects.
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