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Direct all administration (finance, management, operations) for the Physics Department. Direct the development of budgets and short- and long-term operational strategies. Direct Serve as a lead proposal developer to principal investigators; advise on pre-requisites and accuracy of applications; interpret University, School and government guidelines, policies and procedures. Manage facilities renovation projects for the department; ensure space utilization and technical requirements for research programs are met. Plan sponsored research activity and initiatives for potential funding opportunities and suggest strategies.
Direct maintenance activities and operations for a large and complex grouping of academic properties including the management of physical plant operations and the management and maintenance of complex building systems equipment. Promote and foster the working relationships between Central facilities staff and academic facilities staff ensuring uniform standards of operations, maintenance and security. Direct and coordinate services provide by contract suppliers.
Oversee the compilation of student data (GPA, graduation rate, attrition) for various audiences including the CSTEP/HEOP Program Directors and Assistant Directors, University Provost Office, school deans and directors. Verify student eligibility and maintain the student roster for HEOP and CSTEP programs. Coordinate all aspects of Non-credit courses (NCCs) scheduling and tutorial services for the Opportunity Programs' Academic Services Unit. Schedule pre-freshmen, freshmen, and upper division students for NCCs and respond to academic support inquiries related to the Opportunity Programs. Analyze the Opportunity Programs' data and reporting needs, conduct surveys, literary reviews and develop processes to ensure that information is readily available for the Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP) and Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP) mid-year and final State Education reports.
The Director, Career Services will provide strategic and tactical direction to the NYU Wagner Office of Career Services (OCS). Reporting to the Associate Dean for Student Affairs, the Director will be responsible for: a) providing strategic oversight, management, and refinement of a suite of programs to meet the career goals of Wagner’s students and alumni in the areas of public and nonprofit management and policy, healthcare management and policy, urban planning, international development, public finance and financial management, social innovation, and advocacy; b) providing oversight, cultivation, and development of local, national, and international public service employers that strategically increase job and internship opportunities for Wagner students; c) establishing unit wide goals and priorities in accordance with Wagner’s mission, priorities, and degree programs; d) overseeing and managing the Office of Career Services staff e) serving as a member of various School, University, and industry committees; and f) managing the department's operational budget.
Provide project management and support for the migration and implementation of NYU Libraries' Integrated Library System (ILS) to a new Library Services Platform (LSP) Alma and the concurrent migration of the Libraries' discovery system to Primo VE. The Migration Manager will work in close collaboration with the Libraries' Alma Steering Committee et al within the Division of Libraries, NYU Information Technology Services (ITS) Division, and client areas to deliver services to the Division of Libraries, including NYU Health Sciences Library, NYU Abu Dhabi Library, NYU Shanghai Library, and consortial partners within the Research Libraries Association of South Manhattan.
The Associate Director will provide comprehensive analytical support for investment portfolios, Treasury and investment projects and Treasury operations. This position will be responsible for modeling, forecasting and managing financial analyses for investment portfolios including the working capital fund, staff pension plan, post-retiree medical plan, charitable gift annuity program, and charitable remainder trusts. Provides advanced analytical support as needed in other units within FO&T and across the University when complex model building and financial advisory services are required. Continuous improvement of analyses, models and other systems/tools will be required to enhance Treasury operations, planning and return on the University's assets. Proactively present relevant findings as well as summarize the results and provide recommendations via reports designed for presentation to Senior Leadership (up to and including the Board of Trustees). Manage projects (and project teams) tasked with major Treasury and other campus-wide initiatives. Provide backup support to daily operations of cash management, cash flow forecasting and wire transfers.
The Project Manager is responsible for the development, coordination and execution of Finance related and ERP system related projects within the Chief Finance Officer organization. The individual is this role gathers and analyzes the needs of Finance end users and serve as a liaison between business managers and NYU IT. This position executes the entire development life cycle including scope definition, functional requirements gathering, analysis, testing, training, and communication. The Project Manager supports and advises ISG and PSO leadership, the CFO and the CFO's leadership team in the overall management of the project portfolio.
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Performs supervisory, advanced technical and administrative supervision for electrical, plumbing and HVAC shops. Provides support as directed to the Manager of Technical Services. Directs and schedules the maintenance and repair of building equipment and systems by vendors and contractors. Assists in the implementation of the preventative maintenance plan for the University's many mechanical/electrical/plumbing systems on a campus wide basis. Assist in managing capital improvements and deferred maintenance projects.
Provide telephone hotline support to students and others with health (mental and physical) issues that affect their academic and general well-being. In collaboration with other Wellness Exchange support services, provide referrals to University specialists or external health-care providers and monitor treatment plans to ensure academic and health progress. Develop and maintain community referral base. Track data and reports to support clinical outcomes and service needs. Perform active outreach and follow-up for students of concern.
The Senior Director is a leadership position within the Budget Office, with management and oversight responsibilities for the University's consolidated and Unit Budgeting, Financial Planning and Analysis and Reporting and select strategic projects. Prepare, implement, and maintain the University's multi-year operational financial plans for the Washington Square and global campuses. Work with various University colleagues to develop financial plans for major new initiatives and programs. Work closely with the Treasurer's Office to plan, implement and manage planning and borrowings for capital projects. Work closely with the University's executive leadership to present alternative scenarios for strategic budgetary decision making. Conceptualize new financial reporting formats to support managerial decision- making at all levels across the University. Oversee the preparation and monitoring of revenue and expense budgets for the University. Provide fiscal management guidance to administrators throughout the University with respect to strategic financial planning. Supervise one or more financial analysts. The Senior Director is a strategic-thinker who regularly identifies issues related to budgeting and financial planning across the University and then guides and oversees the implementation of business process improvements. The Senior Director is responsible for ensuring that all Budget Office work products within his/her area of responsibility are of high quality and delivered on time. The Senior Director coordinates and collaborates on all work efforts with his/her counterpart Director in the Budget Office, as well as works closely with both the Vice President, Budget and Planning to ensure smooth operations of the department overall. The Director regularly works with counterparts in other University offices and the schools to coordinate work and identify and resolve issues; prepares and makes presentations to the Vice President, the CFO, the Executive Vice President and at times, the Board of Trustees. The Senior Director may represent the VP for strategic projects, key initiatives and planning meetings.
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