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The Administrative Director will oversee the operations and advance the strategy and goals of the Technology, Culture and Society department. The Administrative Director is responsible for the direction and coordination of all activities pertaining to the administration of the department, including but not limited to (i) supervision, operations, and administration of TCS programs (ii) preparation of financial and administrative reports (iii) overseeing and coordinating with Graduate Academics, Records and Registration, and Graduate Admissions regarding all activities and issues related to the department, and (iv) providing technical advice, problem solving assistance, answers to questions regarding B.S. program goals, and policy interpretation. The Administrative Director will also serve as the Senior Academic Advisor in the department, who will continue to advise B.S. students on program requirements, course selection, academic planning, and CPT/OPT compliance.
The Associate Director of Accreditation and Evaluation is the School’s primary accreditation officer. Responsible for on-going, year-round accreditation processes for 17 accrediting agencies (with 1 additional accreditation in development). Responsible for ensuring that all accredited programs meet professional licensure standards for more than two dozen academic programs, enrolling more than 2000 undergraduate and graduate students annually. Supervises alignment of data collection with programmatic mandates of accreditors, mapping data collection to academic standards and benchmarks. Reviews drafts of self-studies, prepares programs for site visits, and monitors communications with outside accreditors. Ensures continuous program improvement by working with faculty to use data to effect interventions and change in curricula to support student success as mandated by accreditors. Manages all accreditation-related budget expenses. Leads school compliance with federal/state regulations and NC-SARA requirements regarding licensure and certification, in collaboration with academic departments and programs. Supervises one full-time administrator and two-three student workers.
Plan, develop and deliver professional development and organizational development interventions to ensure assigned units attract, develop and retain the talent needed to achieve their strategic goals and objectives. Plan, develop and implement online learning that addresses university-wide training and professional development needs. This role will support general learning, leadership and development areas for 75% of the time and the remaining 25% will focus on Diversity/Equity/Inclusion initiatives and training.
The Student Health Center (SHC) at New York University (NYU) is a dynamic health care service that supports the well-being and academic success of over 60,000 students studying all over the world. The SHC near Washington Square is our main facility for medical services and houses Primary Care, Women’s Health, Medical Specialties, Radiology, Physical Therapy, Pharmacy and more. This site is also home to and integrated with Counseling and Wellness, one of the most robust college mental health services in the U.S.
Primary Care comprises two parallel services: appointment-based care and urgent care. Our 14 providers in Primary Care work in both settings. Our staff includes a Registered Dietitian, HIV Counselor, and Care Manager. Our service is run by an excellent team of RNs and MAs.
The SHC is designed around the needs of NYU students. Clinical demands ebb and flow with the academic calendar. Success at SHC is not defined by productivity and income generation. We have an in-house Quality Improvement team that sets targets that really matter and we are highly responsive to patient feedback. If you are motivated by mission and like taking care of a generally younger patient population, consider becoming a primary care provider at SHC.
Provides leadership and executes 30+ graduate, faculty-led global programs in multiple countries, responsible for spearheading ongoing development of policies, systems, and standards. Supervises and develops one full-time and one or more student employees. Helps full-time staff to cultivate student worker management skills. Supports strategic planning, emergency response, implementation, and assessment of international academic programs. Works closely with unit leadership of various campus stakeholders including: registrar, public safety, graduate admissions, academic affairs, experiential learning, faculty affairs, IT, and global partners to deliver study abroad programming, develop new initiatives, and measure success. Manages program budgets and communications.
This position will be responsible for the business management and operations of the professional education department. This includes overseeing partner, vendor, and instructor agreements and payments, awarding student certifications and maintaining online credentials. Monitor budgeting, projections, quarterly reports, and financial reconciliation for the professional education department. The Associate Director will liaise with and support faculty and staff from departments at Tandon and external partners to successfully launch new programs. This is a 2 year fixed term position.
This position will primarily be responsible for managing programs within NYU Tandon’s portfolio of non-degree certificate courses made in partnership with an online course delivery partner. The role will include coordinating on the development and design of online short courses on a variety of topics including information security, technology, software architecture, coding and application development, and finance and technology. This is accomplished through the application of evidence-based pedagogy, knowledge of educational technology tools and systems, and effective implementation of project management practices. Senior Instructional Designers serve as a consultant to faculty with regard to analyzing learning needs, application of various instructional design models and delivery systems to meet those needs, and tools to achieve and measure student learning outcomes. Select appropriate learning theories; develop course and program assessment methods; creation of engaging instructional activities; meet accessibility and compliance requirements, and evaluate and effective use of innovative instructional technologies. This is a 2 year fixed term position.
The College of Arts and Science is seeking a dedicated Academic Advisor to advise and counsel a significant cohort of first-year students, serving as the primary advisor until they declare their major, and remaining as a support and resource person throughout their undergraduate career. Provide overview of curriculum, policies and procedures. Assist with program development and implementation of one of the College's comprehensive academic support programs (e.g. Freshman and Transfer Orientation and Advising; the College Learning Center; the Academic Achievement Program; Sophomore and/or Junior programming; Academic Standards; etc.) to ensure it meets the current needs of students. Analyze data received through student inquiries, market research, and input and recommend new programs and courses to meet changing needs. Assist in the implementation of marketing events to recruit students for admissions into College's Programs, including developing information sessions and open houses, and attending university-wide and external events. , liaison with faculty and other University personnel, and representing the Dean and the College to internal and external constituencies.
The Senior Business Analyst develops artifacts and supports processes related to data governance aligned to various initiatives including reporting, analytics, and application integration. The incumbent works collaboratively with central and departmental administrative users through one-on-one interviews, small groups and large sessions to document business requirements and identify solutions. The individual in this role coordinates and conducts project activities related to the specifications gathering, report and data model development, testing, and rollout of management reporting systems. The Senior Business Analyst manages data quality efforts by writing test plans, conducting initial validation and working with administrative units on establishing processes and procedures to identify and fix erroneous data. This role assists in delivering training programs and campus rollout ensuring user acceptance and adoption. The Senior Business Analyst maintains working functional knowledge of business needs and practices related to the university's administrative processes.
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NYU's Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity available for a creative Educational Technologist with experience in media production and/or graphic design. A key member of the Learning Science group at the Learning Science Lab, the Educational Technologist designs effective learning experiences. With a focus on student-centered learning, the Educational Technologist works with Stern’s world-class faculty members to develop the most innovative online and face-to-face courses. The Educational Technologist applies emerging technologies and methods to continually enhance the quality of business school education for Stern’s students.
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