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Reporting to the Director, University Programs, the Associate Director of Operations for University Programs manages the strategic development, implementation, and evaluation of program expansion related to NYU’s visiting and non-credit (CENC) student populations. The incumbent will oversee parameters and established business procedures to ensure that students are seamlessly integrated into NYU’s systems and operations. The Associate Director of Operations is expected to assist in leading across functional areas to identify, recommend, and implement streamlined processes, improved services and coordinated efforts as program offerings evolve and grow.
The position will be responsible for the implementation of marketing, branding, and communications for NYU Entrepreneurial Institute events and initiatives. The position will implement marketing plans and comprehensive communications to reach NYU students, faculty, researchers, and administrators across the University, applying different tactics to effectively communicate with different audiences. Ultimately, the position will be responsible for composing and distributing Institute messaging, graphic and verbal, both internally and externally. The position will work closely with the entire NYU Entrepreneurial Institute team, as well as collaborate with relevant NYU departments and organizations, and will report to the Institute’s Executive Director.
The Program Administrator for Work Life will be responsible for supporting programmatic activities that align and advance the organizational goals of the office. This position will provide thought partnership for the development of programs and operational coordination for events, the gathering of resources, the development of relevant material all geared toward NYU faculty and staff. This position will be responsible for supporting the Program Director of Early Childhood and K-12 Education at least 50% of the time, the remainder of the time the Program Administrator will support general Work Life projects, programmatic activities, event coordination, and special projects across Work Life's other focus areas: workplace wellness, self-care, adult caregiving, aging, retirement.
Entering its 5th year, Work Life continues to grow as it serves NYU audiences by helping to improve and support healthier work-life integration. This role will be fundamental to helping to bring the office to its next phase of growth by leading communications efforts with tactical applications that will amplify the office’s mission, vision, values, impact, and role as the University’s leading voice of work-life perspectives. Bringing innovation and a forward thinking attitude to the role, the candidate will be responsible for building strategic messaging and forging Work Life campaigns and initiatives to a wide variety of audiences.
Reporting to the Senior Director for Finance, the Financial Analyst will support the NYU McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research finance team to manage the day-to-day financial needs for the institute, including current and future projections, financial reporting, payroll management, and accounts payable and receivable. They will ensure accurate accounting practices within the organization and assess the organization's financial health, identifying problem areas and developing solutions in collaboration with the Senior Director for Finance. Position is fixed term and contingent upon the availability of funding.
Manage various departmental accounts and budgets, including the department's general operating account and individual faculty accounts by maintaining internal shadow systems, preparing financial reports, and processing all expenses. Manage adjunct and graduate student payroll operations. Organize and coordinate all logistics for department events, including conferences, lecture series, talks, roundtables, etc. Provide individualized post-award support to departmental faculty and doctoral students. Create, manage, and process vendor and professional service contract agreements and payments in NYU i-Buy. Supervise clerical and student workers who initiate reimbursement requests in AP Workflow by reviewing and approving all requests for restricted and unrestricted research fund-related travel, honoraria, and instructional supplies. Serve as administrative initiator in AP Workflow. Manage alumni affairs activities and programming. Administer departmental social media accounts.
The selected candidate will be responsible for supporting the NYU High Performance Computing (HPC) systems as a member of the HPC Services team. This will require working directly with faculty and other research professionals in support of the HPC clusters. The work will involve installation, testing, maintenance, upgrades and administration of compilers and applications on HPC systems, generating system usage and utilization data, developing and teaching tutorials on HPC topics and maintaining documentation for a rapidly changing HPC environment. Additionally, the selected candidate will fine-tune system configuration which involves managing queues, schedulers and other resources in accordance with HPC policies while working closely with the Systems Administration team on hardware and storage.
The Business Analyst for Project Portfolio Governance supports and seeks to continuously improve the systems, processes and standards of NYU IT’s Portfolio Governance function. Areas of focus include demand management, project prioritization and selection, effort tracking and resource capacity management, reporting and metrics, and value realization. The Analyst will gather, validate and maintain project and portfolio data and produce timely and accurate reports to senior leadership, project managers, and functional managers to enable informed decision-making. Other responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Maintaining, configuring and enhancing the systems utilized by Portfolio Governance. Assisting with the continuous review, evaluation and implementation of tools needed to support governance/ project management activities. Assisting in improving project governance processes, which includes defining, developing and deploying standardized tools, templates and job aides. Conducting thorough quality checks on the business case and value analysis to determine selection, prioritization and selection of projects. Supporting the development and maintenance of documentation of key governance processes and providing training to end users and key stakeholders. Developing and refining resource management practices with the goals of better understanding resource demand vs capacity, including monitoring and guiding effort reporting activities. Reporting on health status of current projects. Ensuring the timely entry and maintenance of data by various process owners, quality checking data and reporting gaps and key insights to a variety of stakeholders.
NYU's Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for an Associate Director, Advising on the MBA Academic Affairs team. The Associate Director will manage student advisement programs for new and continuing MBA students and specific accountability for the successful operations of the MBA Academic Affairs Office. The Associate Director will also manage the evaluation of academic credentials and provide advising to incoming Visiting Students for application, registration and successful course completion. The Associate Director will develop methods to improve and promote Academic Affairs programs to students and the community, write and edit policies, plan and implement procedures to maximize department and program goals.
The Assistant Director, Advisement & Student Services will manage and oversee all academic, administrative, and student services operations of selected academic programs. Manage flow of student issues and concerns; provide direct counseling and advisement services to students. Develop and manage program budgets. Collaborate with faculty directors to develop short- and long-term goals for the academic programs and services provided to the students. Develop and cultivate effective relationships with University and School constituencies and outside contacts to help achieve program objectives. Serve as a reader on the admissions committee and represent the programs at recruitment events.
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