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The Application Developer supports and develops NYU's Identity and Access Management systems. Subject matter for this role includes identity systems in support of access and role management such as LDAP, Grouper, Active Directory, and any replacement systems. The Application Developer will utilize a knowledge of identity data models, applications, and supporting technologies such as networking and AWS cloud solutions, as well as familiarity with Identity and Access Management (IAM) at the enterprise level. This position reports to the director of the IAM team within Enterprise Data Management. This individual will interact closely on an operational level with Infrastructure, Networking, and Support teams in architecture development, planning, and ongoing work to bring visibility into IAM team’s requirements This role will be 100% remote work.
About NYU IT -NYU IT CORE BELIEFS
We demonstrate our core beliefs everyday in our interactions, attitude and performance.
People at the heart of everything we do: We listen to our clients, and colleagues, and use our expertise to anticipate and address their needs.
Create space to innovate: We challenge assumptions and seek out fresh perspectives and new ways of thinking to fuel our productivity.
Right promise. Right delivery: We set clear goals and priorities, and execute with speed and agility to deliver better results.
Share information. Build trust: We engage in open and honest communications that reflect inclusiveness, fairness and respect for each other.
Teams and partnerships work. Boundaries don’t: We collaborate to maximize the value we bring to NYU because our best ideas come from working together.
Insist on excellence: We take pride in what we do, strive to improve constantly and hold ourselves accountable for the results.
The Director of Online Education and Learning Innovation will be responsible for directing all designated activities and duties associated with the development, implementation, and ongoing operations of Wagner’s online education and learning technology efforts. Reporting to the Assistant Dean of Academic Programs, the Director will work closely with faculty directors, as well as senior leadership, school-specific units, central University offices, and external partners to establish and deliver high quality online programs and initiatives consistent with Wagner’s brand and standards. This will involve strategic judgement and oversight from conception to development to launch and the mobilization of faculty and staff around market analysis, marketing, recruitment, curricular design, student experience, and other programmatic elements as needed. The Director will closely collaborate with senior leadership and faculty program directors to set priorities, determine project timelines, convene key stakeholders, and monitor progress towards project milestones to ensure online programs and learning technology initiatives are completed on time and within budget. The Director will directly supervise staff members working on online education programs and learning technology initiatives. In addition, the Director serves as the primary liaison between Wagner and relevant external partners, and will keep current with the online learning marketplace and current vendor offerings.
**This is a 24-month fixed-term position with the possibility for ongoing renewal.**
In collaboration with the School’s Director of Development, consult with the Dean's Office, Communications department, Development and Alumni Relations teams, and other departments to develop marketing and communication strategies. Ensure completion of development-related tasks including creation of electronic and printed publicity/stewardship materials and communications, and the planning of meetings. Write and edit development publicity/stewardship materials for donors and collaborate with the Communications department to ensure message and communication consistency. Write solicitation appeals for special funds and thank you letters updating donors on what has been accomplished. Manage strategies to increase donor and alumni participation. Identify and cultivate annual fund prospects and work with the Director of Development to develop the end of year appeal.
For the past twenty years, the NYU Center on International Cooperation (CIC) has been a leading voice on collective action to solve global challenges. In recent years, we have played a role disproportionate to our small size in incubating processes that have had a significant influence on global policy, including creation of the leading international platform to advance the UN’s Sustainable Development Goal 16 (SDG16) on peace, justice, and strong institutions; inputs to the reform of the UN; increasing the effectiveness of the UN’s peacebuilding architecture; track-two diplomacy around the conflict in Afghanistan; and cutting-edge investigative research on the political economy of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
As an established but fast-growing think tank, CIC is looking for a Director of Finance and Operations that has a passion for working with teams; who is adept at delivering high-level strategic financial management, including budget forecasts as well as fine-grained financial reports; and someone who has an enthusiasm for cultivating relationships, creative problem solving and promoting operational excellence.
The Director for Finance and Operations will serve as a key element in CIC’s financial management, donor stewardship and partnership compliance. The Director will provide leadership and coordination of all finance activities, including administrative, business planning, budgeting, forecasting, negotiations and the management of day-to-day operations. The principal job responsibilities of the Director for Finance and Operations cut across three areas. These include: strategic budgeting and overall financial management; grant management and financial reporting to donors and to internal NYU entities; and oversight to operations, including contracting, purchasing, human resources, internal processes/workflows, compliance with NYU policies, other issues. The Director oversees the allocation of resources to meet priorities, controls all expenditures and statement of accounts to ensure fiscal integrity, and directs special projects that may include space renovations, equipment purchases and long-range plans. The Director for Finance and Operations is the key strategic partner and liaison between CIC and internal NYU offices important to finance and grant management, including but not limited to Sponsored Programs Administration, Faculty of Arts and Sciences Fiscal Office, Accounts Payable, Procurement, Office of General Council, and Insurance and Risk Management.
Reporting to the Director, the position will sit on CIC’s senior management team and will manage the work of the Manager of Administration, Grant Manager, and Budget Assistant.
The Operations Manager at the Bronfman Center for Jewish Student Life will manage the budgetary, financial, operational, and facilities matters for the Bronfman Center. They will be called upon to work with senior leadership of the Bronfman Center to develop office policies/procedures and supervise staff. They will support all grant and gift reporting and provide essential operations support to the program and rabbinical staff at the Bronfman Center in service of Jewish student life for all of NYU, including its global sites.
This role will be responsible to: Manage Bronfman Center budgets to ensure availability of funds for operations, travel and special events; ensure compliance with University policies. Manage the determination of budgetary needs; prepare projections and recommend future allocations; authorize expenditures/allocation of funding and supervise staff to ensure budgetary processing and maintenance of related records. Review and evaluate contracts, appropriations, and expenditure requests. Manage automated system for tracking budget expenses; ensure departmental expenditures (e.g.,Pcard, CTA, APworkflow) are verified. Reconcile budget tracking system with University's budget tracking system to facilitate budget administration; resolve all budget discrepancies. Manage JEMS and bud mods. Oversee all aspects of facilities management including daily maintenance, repairs, remodels, build-outs, and new construction. Act as the liaison to NYU's Office of Facilities Management, Office of Construction Management and the Department of Public Safety.
Deliver immigration services for a specific population within the Office of Global Services (i.e., US and foreign national students and scholars studying or working abroad; and/or US-bound foreign scholars and their dependents) to permit lawful entry into the country in which the individual will be studying or working. Advise on opportunities, rights and responsibilities under the law and refer to other University departments, attorneys, or governmental agencies as necessary. Counsel international students/scholars/employees on all personal, health, social, cultural, financial, and immigration matters related to their stay within the appropriate portal campus or Global Academic Center within the NYU 'Global Network University'. Collaborate with staff, schools, departments, and outside organizations (including embassies, vendors, consultants) to provide information on immigration/mobility requirements and procedures.
Working with the Director, direct several aspects of NYU's alumni relations efforts, events and volunteer management, serving a constituency of 600,000 living alumni. Manage alumni and student volunteer activities that meet diverse alumni needs and support strategic goals of the University. The Assistant Director will be responsible for managing a selection of NYU alumni groups (e.g., regional, affinity), designed to engage alumni and current students in the academic and cultural life of the University through shared-interest and geographic-based programming. Create new programs and events to engage and recognize alumni leadership; analyze existing programming; and work across the University with student affairs, school directors, career services and other operational areas to identify opportunities to engage alumni. The Assistant Director will support recent alumni and student programs for the NYU Alumni Association.
Provide diagnostic psychiatric assessments, formulate psychiatric treatment program and provide follow-up care to NYU students; prepare and maintain medical records on patients treated. Instruct and review patient assessments and treatments charted by psychiatric residents. This is a part time role.
Conduct clinical assessments with students to evaluate seriousness of presenting problems and develop appropriate treatment plans. Provide students with short-term psychotherapy, conduct group therapy, provide referrals for long-term treatment. Conduct risk assessments, manage high risk situations, utilize crisis intervention skills, and provide referrals and concrete resources.
Coordinate outreach activities for student population. Conduct workshops, consult with faculty and school administrators, and respond to special needs of student population.
Hours: 14 hours per week
The School of Professional Studies is seeking an individual to serve as the Associate Director for the Wasserman Center for Career Development. The Associate Director will provide career development leadership and direction by designing, delivering, and directing coaching programs, services, and major events offered to current undergraduate, graduate students and NYU SPS Alumni. Provide direct counseling one-on-one and in groups; evaluate program effectiveness and make changes; serve as a liaison with student clubs/leaders, alumni, university administrators, employers, and faculty. Develop and supervise professional and office support staff. Develop and maintain strategic partnerships with corporate and non-for-profit organizations to create jobs. Analyze data, prepare and present reports.
Forbes has named NYU one of the best employers for diversity in 2020, ranking eighth among U.S. universities. DiversityJobs.com has named NYU a top employer for 2020 for dedication and commitment to building a diverse workforce and culture. The Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption has named NYU an Adoption-Friendly Workplace in the U.S. for 2019.
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