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NYU’s Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity available for an Associate Director of Experiential Education. The Associate Director will strategically develop, implement, and evaluate experiential learning initiatives across Stern with a particular focus on the Undergraduate student population including student-driven projects with SMEs, financial institutions, and blue-chip companies. The selected candidate will support Stern's Undergraduate BS in Business Capstone course with particular emphasis on student learning and building external business relationships. The Associate Director will partner with Stern's broader Experiential Education focus on industry-based outreach and work with faculty to ensure client projects apply to classroom content and also partner with the Assistant Dean and Director to implement a series of initiatives relating to the School's goal of having deep connections with industry worldwide that yield a transformational educational experience for our students.
Responsible for the overall facilities administration and operation of NYU Law’s student residence halls. Works in coordination with various departments to provide and maintain comfortable, safe, and secure living environments for residents. Responsible for management and day to day operations of service staff, maintenance of the physical plant, capital planning and overall budget planning and projections, control, and monitoring, vendors and service contracts, purchase requisitions and invoices, department database support and online work order system. Communicates with residents and keeps them abreast of latest facilities developments as they relate to the residence halls. Collaborate with Assistant Dean, Senior Director of Residence Life, and Assistant Director of Student Housing as a member of the building leadership team. Serve as emergency/crisis contact for after-hours events.
Provide academic advisement to graduate professions students. Oversee all recruiting and yield efforts for graduate professions programs. support all facets of department’s Internship Program and career development initiatives for BFA and MA students. Provide program and event support for the graduate professions programs.
Position provides a broad range of Human Resources services to support the Tandon School of Engineering community. Position will serve as the key business partner for all student employment matters, ensuring consistency, compliance and best practices across Tandon departments for undergraduate and graduate student recruiting, hiring, training and management. Position will manage employment verification and probationary process, and oversee Tandon onboarding activities. Position will oversee planning and coordination of various special events including monthly Administrative Support Network meetings, and Tandon’s Annual Service Awards. Position will support implementation of process improvements initiatives to enhance Tandon HR service delivery and efficiency.
Provide administrative and academic support to all departments at Steinhardt. Coordinate operations for the delivery of 30+ school-wide academic global programs and initiatives while following University and School policies and procedures. Manage course data and input, and student-facing systems. Manage enrollment and post admissions processes. Serve as a Department liaison across the School for curriculum and course-related inquiries, and for Graduate and Undergraduate Admissions materials and communications.
Monitor, analyze and report on financial activity related to assigned Law School departments and Centers. Learn and understand assigned departments' business and operations and serve as the main point of contact from the Finance Office. Support the development of budgets and forecasts, which includes ad hoc modeling in Excel and examination of expense and revenue drivers. Oversee assigned specialty area(s) within the Law School budget process. Assist in special process and systems improvement projects as needed.
The Assistant Dean for International and Diversity Advising serves as a senior staff member of the College Advising Team assisting with the strategic planning and assessment of overall advising operations and support services for the College's 8,000+ students. Reporting to the Associate Dean of Advising, the Assistant Dean serves on the Dean's Cabinet and represents the College to various internal and external constituencies. This position leads a multidisciplinary team that provides advising and supportive services for the following undergraduate student populations: international students, first generation students and CAS students studying away. The Assistant Dean oversees planning and implementation of co-curricular programming designed to increase awareness and support of diversity, equity and inclusion values while also administering the University's Student Domestic Exchange Program and POISE, the College's pipeline program with the Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC).
NYU Law has an exciting opportunity for an Events and Communications Manager to interface with alumni, faculty, students, staff and other internal and external constituents in coordinating events and programs relating to Development, Alumni Relations, and the law school community, both on and off campus, regionally, and internationally. The role exists to increase the Law School's capacity to manage its broad portfolio of events more effectively. Such as organization and planning of alumni engagement and donor recognition events, programs, and activities. This person will work closely and cross-functionally with various members of the Development and Alumni Relations team in various stages of event planning for alumni, development, stewardship, and signature events throughout the calendar year as well as support the management of digital marketing efforts for events. This role will play a critical part in helping the team find opportunities to adapt to the evolving events landscape. The manager will assist in the creation of events and event communications for the alumni audience at NYU Law working closely with the Associate Director of Alumni Relations and Development Communications supporting the schedule management and implementation of communications efforts, event registration and email set-ups, to help build and support a strong alumni network and ensure alumni remain connected with the School.
Reporting to the Assistant Registrar and Senior Specialist, the Registration and Scheduling Specialist is responsible for University registration and scheduling related policy and procedures. The Specialist is expected to have an in-depth understanding of University registration and scheduling policy, procedure, systems, and data maintenance associated with these functions. With peak period support from the Assistant Registrar and other Specialists, this Specialist manages registration and scheduling operations in the University Registrar, including but not limited to the configuration of registration appointments, holds, classroom scheduling, course catalogs, requisite maintenance, and exam schedules. The Registration and Scheduling Specialist maintains current knowledge of SIS updates, changes in reporting requirements, and compliance regulations; and regularly reviews office policies and procedures to ensure accurate, compliant, and timely management of University data and resources.
NYU's Global Programs & University Life organization is committed to being a welcoming campus community that reflects and enacts the values of inclusion, diversity, belonging, equity and accessibility that inform academic excellence. Employees in this organization are expected to contribute to diverse, equitable, inclusive and accessible learning and working environments for our students, staff, and faculty.
In collaboration with the Senior Director, develop and direct policies, procedures and strategies; direct patient care management using evidenced-based strategies and metrics; and plan and coordinate clinical services. Serve as acting Director in the absence of a supervisor. Serve as discipline leader of psychiatry and prescribing professionals. Direct training for psychiatry trainees/interns and collaborate with psychology and social work training leaders. Provide clinical assessment, short-term psychiatric therapy and crisis intervention.
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, reproductive health decision making, 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.