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The AVP, Employee Relations will direct the Employee Relations Department of University Human Resources (inclusive of Adjunct Employee Relations). The AVP will be accountable for the provision of guidance, counsel, direction and best practice advice in regards to all labor and employee relations matters, including contract interpretation and negotiations, grievance and arbitration hearings and performance management. They will work closely with department/senior management to ensure that functional operations are in alignment with the principles of positive employee relations and in compliance with obligations under a collective bargaining agreement, law, policy or regulatory environment. The AVP ensures that all matters are investigated and handled in an equitable, consistent and lawful manner. The scope of responsibility includes global employee relations, HR investigatory oversight (in collaboration with OEO, Compliance Office, Internal Audit and Public Safety), as well as liaison for UHR on OER matters. This is a central HR position requiring extensive knowledge of policies, procedures, state and federal employment laws (CRA -Title VII, FMLA, ADA, ADEA, FLSA, PDA, USERRA, GINA, DFWA, OSHA, Title IX) and strong conflict management skills in a high volume environment.
The Division of Programs in Business in the School of Professional Studies is seeking an Academic Advisor to advise a minimum of 250 credit students on academic programs, policies and procedures (course selection, program/concentrations, internship process, withdrawal policy, leaves of absence, study abroad programs, summer studies). Other responsibilities include: guide students in identifying career goals and aspirations, assist them in choosing courses and programs that link academic planning to career and professional objectives. Assist students in identifying problems and consequences and recommend action plans to students. Interpret University and School policies and procedures; recommend exceptions to policies. Approve routine drop/add and recommend approval of late registration, refunds, course withdrawal past deadline, high course load, and extension on make-up for incomplete grade contracts. Analyze current advisement practices and make recommendations to Associate Director to improve services and prevent problems.
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.
With NYU senior leadership, coordinate the development and implementation of an information security strategy and program. Plan and execute University-wide technology security initiatives; create and maintain security policy in coordination with the Information Security Advisory Group (ISAG) and NYU IT Policy and Compliance; lead security assessment efforts; lead security risk assessment efforts; direct, advise and collaborate with NYU units on secure system development life cycle, and cyber security protection programs appropriate to risks, business continuity & disaster recovery plans, and audit & governmental compliance practices; direct security operations of the Office of Information Security group. Communicate cyber security risks, issues and program status to University leadership and the NYU community as directed.
The Division of Programs in Business is seeking an administrative aide to perform a wide range of clerical, secretarial and general office duties including those of a confidential nature. Prioritize office activities and delegate work to student and/or casual employees. May act as work leader to junior clerical support staff. Respond to inquiries displaying a comprehensive knowledge of the department's activities, policies and programs. Interact with the general public as NYU liaison and with University personnel including those at the senior level to resolve issues and problems. Customize and/or compose letters on own initiative or in response to requests for information. Perform general word processing duties utilizing intermediate to advanced-level functions. Modify and/or create databases and complex spreadsheets. Monitor complex department budgets and/or grants.
Please note this position is located in our Midtown Center, 11 W. 42nd Street.
The School of Professional Studies is seeking a Budget Assistant to process payroll for adjunct and full time faculty appointments. This position will also coordinate the preparation of budget reports, contracts and grants. Maintain complex financial and budgetary spreadsheets; record expenditures and/or payments ensuring they are posted to proper accounts, apply calculations to data and tabulate. Establish financial records and files and ensure that they are maintained and updated on an ongoing basis. Initiate and respond to various types of inquiries regarding financial policies, procedures, deadlines, etc. May assign and review work of and train a small group of student and/or casual employees.
The position will be responsible for providing functional support to all university offices using Slate Technolutions under the NYU Enterprise contract. This person will also serve as liaison between the NYU IT team and Enrollment Management Unit in the implementation of system fixes and enhancements. This person will support the activities of the Director of Student Information Systems in the planning and implementation of Slate Technolutions to all units across the University.
The Title IX Investigator will investigate and resolve complaints of sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, gender-related violence including stalking and intimate partner violence, and involving undergraduate and graduate students at the University. Lead intakes and conduct prompt, thorough, and impartial investigations in response to complaints filed with the Office of Equal Opportunity or other partner University organizations. Provide detailed, unbiased reports that may inform judicial action or proceedings at the University. Create and participate in trainings to educate the University community on policy, laws and regulations, and reporting obligations. This role reports to the Executive Director, Office of Equal Opportunity/Title IX Coordinator.
Direct and develop strategies in the logistical planning of the College's outreach programs. Oversee and execute the research, planning, implementation and evaluation of multiple yearly global outreach programs – including conducting site-visits, fostering relationships with diverse stakeholders, managing finances, leading on-site activities and educational experiences, and supporting programs administrators in their roles. Ensure timely communication with internal and external stakeholders. Ensure compliance with existing protocols for travel, safety and risk-management by direct reports and outreach participants. Research and ensure compliance with governmental regulations in host sites, including Immigration, Customs, Departments/Ministries of Health and Education. Manage relationships with key government stakeholders and other authorities. Participate in and oversee data collection, analysis and presentation of research findings, both in writing and at conferences and symposia. Oversee and participate in development of research protocol development and submission to Institutional Review Boards. Lead efforts to develop new research tools and stay current on global service learning trends and public health research in oral health. Oversee departmental finances, including grant management and budgetary planning. Ensure compliance with University and departmental financial policies/practices and make recommendations for updates to these practices as necessary. Identify funding opportunities and develop grant proposals.
Under the supervision of the Dean of Students and the Assistant Dean for Diversity and Inclusion, this position will supervise administrative and program operations for both the AnBryce Scholars program within the Office of Student Affairs and provide support for key initiatives related to diversity and inclusion at the Law School.
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.