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The Graduate School of Arts and Science is seeking a dynamic Assistant Dean for Professional Development. This individual, in support of the Public Humanities PhD Initiative, will act as an ambassador for Public Humanities at NYU, as well as the public and private sector. The Assistant Dean provides strategic direction and leadership for public humanities PhD students’ professional development and will assemble a comprehensive program that creates professional development opportunities designed to help prepare for professional life beyond the graduate degree. The Assistant Dean will also be responsible for the organization, development, coordination, implementation, and evaluation of professional development services for graduate students across all disciplines. In this capacity, the Assistant Dean will seek out and cultivate relationships with non-profit, governmental, and private sector organizations in support of the Initiative’s internship program, as well as manage all internship placements for public humanities PhD students. The Assistant Dean will also direct all co-curricular components of the Initiative, which include developing and managing skill building workshops for PhD students, and counsel public humanities doctoral students on post-degree career options. Additionally, the Assistant Dean will manage all administrative support for the Public Humanities PhD Initiative.
Manage the design and construction of capital improvements and major infrastructure projects for New York University's Planning and Construction Division to ensure projects are delivered in accordance with approved budgets, schedules and quality standards. Manage consultants, contractors and other vendors to optimize financial results and quality performance. Maintain highest standards of ethics and integrity.
Endless Frontier Labs, founded at New York University, Stern School of Business, guides scientific and technical founders through a performance-driven mentoring process. Participating startups receive access to mentorship, venture capital, and business development over the nine-month program. To support these efforts, NYU Stern School of Business has created an exciting opportunity for an Associate Director, Endless Frontier Labs.
The selected candidate will work with the Director and colleagues to strategically develop and execute core programmatic operations. S/he will participate in startup recruitment, understanding and vetting the technical details of potential startup applicants, market evaluation of underlying technology, interviewing and interfacing with technical founders, and overseeing startup progress throughout the program. The Associate Director will identify and cultivate relationships with centers of innovation in universities, incubators & accelerators, tech associations and venture capital funds to build a strong pipeline of applicants. S/he will interview and assess early stage science and engineering-based ventures and make recommendations for admission to the program. S/he will manage relationships between startups, mentors, scientists and students. The Associate Director will also manage operations including managing events planning and related logistics.
Oversee the operation of the Mathematics department's non-degree and professional Master'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.
NYU is committed to building a culture that respects and embraces diversity, inclusion, and equity, believing that these values – in all their facets – are, as President Andrew Hamilton said, “…not only important to cherish for their own sake, but because they are also vital for advancing knowledge, sparking innovation, and creating sustainable communities. They should be indispensable elements of an NYU education on all of our campuses. A diverse population encounters and appreciates all perspectives of an issue with a wealth of different approaches to confront it. The result is a higher quality of debate, and a more excellent and advanced academic enterprise.”
The responsibilities for the role are to perform a wide range of clerical, secretarial and general office duties including those of a confidential nature. Prioritize office activities and delegate work to student and/or casual employees. Assist with special projects and events. 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 on own initiative or in response to requests for information. Perform general word processing duties utilizing intermediate to advanced- level functions. Modify and/or create databases, reports, publications, publicity and complex spreadsheets. Monitor complex department budgets (income and expenditures).
This role will also be responsible for scheduling appointments for the Chief Diversity Officer/SVP, maintain department calendar, and make arrangements for meetings and travel to and from the University. Coordinate arrangements for meetings, seminars, special events including space, catering, equipment, and transportation. Maintain schedule of requests for space usage. Assist with special projects.
The Assistant Director, Student Activities & Engagement will be responsible for a) serving as primary contact for student groups and faculty advisors; b) conceptualizing planning and coordinating student group events inclusive of projecting staff and space needs, monitoring logistics for events, and attending events to ensure quality and objectives are met; c) organizing communication strategies with students to maximize event attendance and participation in school programming d) managing unit operating budgets, preparing expense forecasts, and monitoring as well as approving expenditures against budgets; e) and supervising student workers
Nurses Improving Care for Healthsystem Elders (NICHE) is a nursing education and consultation program designed to improve geriatric care in healthcare organizations. The NICHE program of NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing provides resources for nursing and interdisciplinary teams to achieve organizational goals for the care of older adult patients.
We are currently seeking a Manager, Member Engagement & Success to join our team!
The incumbent will develop and implement outreach programs, projects, and activities, both in-person and virtually, to increase engagement and retain 500+ NICHE acute and long-term care member sites.
- Develop procedures and a workflow for the successful on-boarding of new members by orienting them to the NICHE program and its many resources.
- Participate in the planning of the annual five-day NICHE Conference, to which all members are invited.
- Lead the marketing and communications efforts for the Conference as well as work closely with an events management firm to manage vendors, the registration process, and submit all necessary deliverables while meeting strict deadlines.
NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing generates knowledge through research in nursing, health, interdisciplinary science, and educates leaders in nursing to advance healthcare locally and globally. We are committed to producing lifelong learners who will excel in their nursing careers and be recognized as leaders who keep patient-centered care and the health of society at the forefront of their values.
We are currently seeking a Financial Analyst to join our team!
Reporting to the Associate Director, Grants Administration, the Financial Analyst provide day-to-day financial administration and management support.
- Oversee budgets and facilitate financial transactions including payroll allocation and effort tracking.
- Implement and assist with developing internal control procedures.
- Provide analyses of grant budgets including discussions on prioritization and programmatic goals.
- Prepare monthly reconciliations and financial reports.
- Provide guidance to the research community of the College on financial and administrative matters.
- Partner and manage relationships with NYU research offices to ensure smooth workflows.
- Apply and ensure departmental, institutional and federal compliance as applicable.
- Service as a backup for the Grant Administrator position as needed.
The Director, Payroll Operations will lead the University’s (non-Medical Center) Payroll Operations including: ensuring the complete, compliant, accurate and timely execution of pay cycles, remittance and reconciliation of tax liabilities and other withholding, collection of time and attendance data, preparation and issuance of tax filings and W-2’s, and reconciliation of payroll-related data in the University’s PeopleSoft general ledger and data warehouse. Monitor and review operational and service metrics to identify and implement process improvements. Serve as Payroll subject matter expert for University’s PeopleLink service center and ensure escalated cases are resolved in a timely, courteous manner.
The position of Sergeant, First Class Community Response Unit supports the mission of the Department of Public Safety to foster and maintain a safe and secure environment for its students, faculty, staff, and visitors by overseeing Security Personnel and by taking proactive measures to reduce crime while building strategic partnerships in the university community. In furtherance of these goals, the Sergeant, First Class will be a part of the Community Response Unit (CRU) which will address issues of safety and security on campus utilizing patrol, crime prevention concepts and safety initiatives.
NYU is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to a policy of equal treatment and opportunity in every aspect of its recruitment and hiring process without regard to age, alienage, caregiver status, childbirth, citizenship status, color, creed, disability, domestic violence victim status, ethnicity, familial status, gender and/or gender identity or expression, marital status, military status, national origin, parental status, partnership status, predisposing genetic characteristics, pregnancy, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, unemployment status, veteran status, or any other legally protected basis. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, persons of minority sexual orientation or gender identity, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply for vacant positions at all levels.