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The Assistant Director provides comprehensive analytical support for investment portfolios, cash management and other Treasury. This position is 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 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). Provide backup support to daily operations of cash management, cash flow forecasting and wire transfers.
The Business Analyst is responsible for providing functional support to Enrollment Management and units across the University for the University student information system (SIS), student success platform, and other ancillary systems/applications. This position oversees the management of data integrity, provides training, and creates documentation. The Business Analyst maintains advanced knowledge of University system functionality, analyzes business processes/procedures, and identifies dependencies and implications of change to various functional areas and integration points with other systems. The Business Analysts is expected to design, configure, develop, test, implement and maintain approved applications, including reports, interfaces, and data conversions. They must communicate and coordinate effectively and professionally with business owners to ensure accurate understanding and acceptance of system configurations.
Write, edit, and fact-check publications, including digital and print advertising, magazines, viewbooks, web copy, and promotional materials, as needed to broaden the University’s recruitment efforts of prospective students and retention of current students. Manage the movement of projects through the strategy process as well as between Marketing Communications teams; the NYU editorial style guide, making updates as needed; and the fact-checking process. Initiate and maintain relationships with key contacts across the University. Develop, coach, and supervise Copy Editor/Research. Contribute to the development and implementation of marketing and creative strategies for clients of the NYU Office of Marketing Communications by leveraging research-driven, analytical, and strategic thinking skills to positively impact organizational KPIs. Act as a strategic brand consultant and editor for people and units within NYU who want to better align their marketing and communications with the NYU brand in pursuit of reputational enhancement, increased engagement, and meeting recruitment and retention goals. Develop content strategy and content in partnership with NYU clients and other Marketing and Communications units and maintain editorial standards to ensure the NYU voice is portrayed accurately.
Recruits, evaluates, and participates in the selection of candidates for admission. Maintains liaison with all organizations and individuals involved in the admissions process. Develops public presentations designed to promote the institution. Advises parents and applicants about educational planning and processes. Education and Experience: Bachelor degree and up to 3 years experience in student services functions.
Oversee the department’s budget and grant administration including maintenance, reporting, and acquisition approvals. Ensure compliance with funding agreements. Serve as a resource expert and advise the Chair and Administrative Director on the the status of department budget and spending. Maintain and expand the department's fundraising and scholarship efforts. Bolster alumni involvement and sense of community with the program and maintain an updated database and forms of communication; provide administrative support as needed.
Arts and Science is seeking an experienced Senior Systems Analyst to join the Institutional Research team. This individual will manage ties between local area network databases and mainframe databases; analyze, develop and maintain client/server information systems for FAS; develop and maintain existing applications in the client/server environment.
Arts and Science is seeking a talented Systems and Data Analyst to join the Institutional Research team. This individual will develop, manage, and update documentation of the Arts and Science Information System, including documentation of logical models of the data mart, staging area, and source systems. Where systemic solutions do not exist, assist the Director in conducting ad hoc research and analysis projects to support school level decision-making and policy changes in areas including faculty recruitment and management, enrollment analysis and projections, resource utilization, and sponsored research. Produce an annual factbook data profile and a bi-annual faculty equity study that present statistical analyses, data analytics reports, and comparisons with peer institutions.
NYU’s Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for an Associate Director, Operations at our Center for Sustainable Business (CSB). CSB’s mission is to prepare individuals and organizations with the knowledge, skills, and tools needed to embed social and environmental sustainability into core business strategy. The Associate Director of Operations is responsible for managing the operations of the Center, including multiple educational and research activities. Responsibilities include: budget management and oversight, revenue tracking and invoicing, personnel management and recruitment, legal contract negotiation with NYU’s legal team, fund-raising proposals and reports, administration of strategic plans and KPI tracking, database and information systems management, and interface with NYU and Stern on administrative issues.
This is a 2 year fixed-term position, with start date ASAP and end date in January 2024.
NYU’s Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for a Senior Associate Director at our Center for Sustainable Business (CSB). CSB’s mission is to prepare individuals and organizations with the knowledge, skills, and tools needed to embed social and environmental sustainability into core business strategy. The Senior Associate Director is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the NYU Stern Center for Sustainable Business, including managing administrative staff, and providing a high level of strategic and logistical support to the Executive Director. Develop and maintain relationships with internal and external constituencies, including alumni and funders. Oversee and develop curriculum development and student programming. Oversee the Center’s budget; communication strategies; manage Advisory Board and Advisors network; participate in the leadership of the Center.
Shift: Saturday - Wednesday 11:00PM - 7:30AM (Shift starts Sat at 11:00PM)
Primarily responsible for hands-on maintenance of HVAC systems and related auxiliary equipment.
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