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Arts and Science is seeking a talented Academic Advisor to join the Liberal Studies Program. This individual will advise students on academic programs, policies and procedures and provide career counseling. Interpret University and school policies and recommend exceptions to policy when appropriate.
As part of the HR Strategy & Solutions Center team of human resources professionals supporting clients within NYU’s administrative units and its several academic centers and institutes, the HR Business Partner works closely with client leadership, HR Centers of Expertise, and business owners to develop innovative solutions and lead initiatives that enhance organizational effectiveness, drive talent strategies, and contribute to the achievement of NYU's vision and mission.
The HR Business Partner serves not only as client account manager to ensure the effective delivery of a full range and scope of human resources services for one or more client groups, but also serves as trusted advisor to senior clients and others on sensitive and/or critical issues that pertain to people and related matters, including:
• Organizational and workforce planning, job design, and change management
• Performance and career planning management
• Compensation and pay strategies
• Employee coaching and development strategies
• Guidance on collective bargaining agreements and other legal and policy considerations.
To meet these objectives most optimally, the HR Business Partner must successfully:
• Assess and diagnose root cause issues and develop relevant solutions to address identified issues, themes and/or gaps, and partner with key resources (internally and externally) to deliver highly effective solutions which directly support and drive necessary business outcomes.
• Contribute to strategy and plan development by supporting University leaders to identify, prioritize and build organizational climate, capabilities, behaviors, structures and processes.
• Ensure high quality delivery of fundamental HR services through meaningful metrics, reports, dashboards, and continuous process improvement, and be a highly ethical, visible member of client and HR leadership teams.
• Be able to understand and leverage a broad range of HR and client organizational knowledge for action planning, issue prevention and strategic initiative implementation.
NYU’s prestigious Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity available for a Program Coordinator, Online Programs. The selected candidate will manage online courses, course delivery and students for Stern online programs, which are increasing in size and quantity. They will develop and implement new policies and procedures to manage online courses, course sites and students. They will coordinate with administrative offices throughout the University to resolve problems or implement improvements for course sites, course delivery, student accounts and/or student access for Stern online programs. The selected candidate will be responsible for the creation, analysis and distribution of reports, surveys, data, web analytics and other key performance metrics for Stern online programs. The selected candidate will be responsible for the delivery and continuous improvement, based on data and student feedback, of course sites and online programs across Stern.
The School of Professional Studies is seeking an Events Cooridinator to consult with client departments to plan and implement events that meet strategic goals of the School as well as conceptualize themes, present ideas, and research requests, assess feasibility, and make recommendations to ensure the implementation of successful, targeted events. The Events Coordinator will consult with Director on management of large-scale events; research vendors, options, pricing structures, etc. The ideal candidate will project expenses; determine staffing, space, and equipment needs; conduct post-event evaluations for Director, and recommend future improvements.
NYU’s prestigious Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for a Project Analyst. The selected candidate will manage enterprise-class IT services. S/he will consult with administrative and faculty users to identify and understand needs for new and existing services. S/he will also support the research, analysis, management and communication of projects to develop effective and secure technology solutions to meet the needs of administrative, faculty and student users.
NYU's Stern School of Business has a challenging opportunity available for an Assistant Director, Instructional Media Production. A key member of the Learning Science Lab, the Assistant Director designs, edits and animates educational media (video and interactive) materials for teaching and learning. This includes instructional design, graphic design, video editing, motion graphics, animation, incorporation of sourced still images and video, audio editing and mixing, color correction, compositing, encoding, streaming, quality control and the related post-production tasks required to produce professional quality instructional media deliverables for use in teaching and learning. The Assistant Director will also create and maintain a well-organized digital asset library including all source media, versioned projects and output files.
The Senior Manager of Security Operations will be responsible to lead the defense of University data assets by identifying operational and security threats, collaborate with the University community and develop plans that manage risk to acceptable levels. He/She will identify and implement best practices for operational metrics, key security controls, incident response and vulnerability management. They will ultimately drive University goals through effective management of an operations team and managed partners. GSEC or CISSP certification strongly preferred.
The Program Director will oversee day-to-day operation of NYU’s Los Angeles program for advanced undergraduates preparing for careers in the entertainment and media industries. Working closely with senior NYU leadership and colleagues in the Office of Global Programs, the Director will partner with participating NYU schools, departments, and key faculty in New York to offer a high-profile and high-quality academic program. The Director will be responsible for ensuring the delivery of curricular and co-curricular programming, including a robust internship program; supervising local faculty on behalf of participating departments; managing staff; facilitating events; and ensuring compliance with health, safety, legal, and other requirements. The successful candidate will possess an existing network of industry contacts and will establish and cultivate new relationships in the entertainment and media industries, as well as with cultural and educational institutions, on behalf of NYU.
Supervise office operations and staff to provide an optimal level of support to the Assistant, Associate, Director and approximately 20 Financial Aid Counselors. Act as administrative liaison with other school and University offices; interpret and apply University policies, practices and procedures to address somewhat complex administrative matters, referring moderately complex cases to supervisor.
Provide clinical assessment, short-term psychotherapy, group therapy, and crisis intervention to student population; oversee psychology residents and externs.
Our AAAHC accredited organization serves the Washington Square and Brooklyn locations and acts as a hub for health and wellness activities around the globe for students attending NYU at one of our many study away sites. With over 200 employees dedicated to providing high-quality, student-centered healthcare, NYU has been a leader in nationally recognized continuous quality improvement efforts and for providing fully integrated healthcare to our students.
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, 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.