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Reporting to the Assistant Vice President, Employee & Labor Relations, this position performs a wide variety of duties related to contract administration; contract negotiations; grievance and arbitration issues; and employee relation concerns including, but not limited to, providing definitive direction, interpretative guidance and support to schools and administrative units on multiple collective bargaining agreements; policy and procedure compliance (including acting as the principal point of contact for oversight and enforcement of the University’s Protection of Minors Policy); and adherence to local, state and federal laws governing employment practices.
The Administrative Manager is responsible for providing administrative and operational leadership to the Center for Urban Science and progress. Support a variety of stakeholders, including CUSP faculty, CUSP staff, CUSP students, and Tandon departments. Oversees operations for the center including monitoring budget, budget reporting, purchase card reconciliations, space planning, financial analysis, hiring processes, logistics, onboarding and offboarding. Supervise 6 graduate students. Position ensures effective and efficient delivery of quality and timely services, coordinates complex administrative matters, resolves escalated issues, and drives a culture of administrative excellence. Interfaces regularly with the Grants Manager, Academic team, Financial Analyst and Human Resources.
The Laboratory Manager will be responsible for the day-to-day operation of the teaching laboratory facilities on the 6th floors of Rogers Hall, primarily serving the Civil and Urban Engineering, Chemical and & Biomolecular Engineering and Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering departments. The position reports to the Associate Director of Laboratory Operations. Activities include working directly with teaching faculty to facilitate teaching of laboratory courses; laboratory safety training and policy; FDNY C14 certification training; maintaining equipment and instrument; maintaining service records; supervising equipment operations; creating and disseminating standard operating procedures and policies; regularly interacting with Tandon Laboratory Safety Officer and NYU Environmental Health and Safety/ Research Lab Safety and Facilities Management.
The Director manages the Martin Luther King (MLK), Jr. Scholars Program. This high profile immersive, cohort-based honors program provides selected undergraduate students with necessary knowledge, skills, and relationships to advance social change, with a specific focus on the scholarship of Dr. King built on the foundational understandings of what Dr. King called the three evils of society - anti-racism, poverty, and violence. Through intentional academic and co-curricular programs, the Director will support the learning and development of MLK, Jr. Scholars as they work together to realize Dr. King’s vision at New York University and beyond. Reporting to the Vice President for Student Success, Research and Experience, and working in close partnership with the Senior Associate Vice President for Global Engagement and Inclusive Leadership, the Director is responsible for curriculum development, teaching and assessment, co-curricular experiences, and program operations. The Director collaborates Enrollment Management units including Student Success, the Office of Global Inclusion, Diversity, and Strategic Innovation, faculty, and other campus partners to deliver a high-impact four-year educational and leadership development program. The Director supervises a team of two full-time staff, and graduate assistants, and leads faculty, campus partners, and the advisory board to support the success of the program and its students.
Oversee administrative operations for the Office of Research including the Pless Center for Nursing Research. Supervise the day-to-day operations including project management the establishment of office policies and procedures, determining short and long-term goals and work priorities. Oversee departmental budget. Manage strategic and logistical activities supporting faculty research and grants administration. Oversee the preparation of research data, analytics and ensure accuracy. Manage and implement special events. Serve as the Office of Research's representative with faculty, administrators, and outside organizations.
Represent and market NYU to potential students at on-campus, off-campus, and virtual recruitment events; cultivate relationships with students, Profiles, high school and college guidance counselors to encourage a positive response and interest in attending NYU and promote NYU and its schools and programs. Assist with the achievement of University, geographic, and department enrollment targets by encouraging qualified students to apply to NYU. Review and evaluate students' admission applications. In addition, the Coordinator of Native American Recruitment will be responsible for designing and implementing a recruitment plan centered on the needs, challenges, and opportunities for Native American and Indigenous populations. They will facilitate these recruitment efforts by maintaining existing and creating new community partnerships with community-based organizations, tribal communities, tribal colleges, and Native American serving institutions. They serve as a key member of the Diversity Initiatives Team within Undergraduate Admissions.
Recruits, evaluates, and participates in the selection of candidates for admission to meet specific enrollment goals that aim to bring in a high-quality and diverse student body. 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. May possess specialized knowledge in one or more areas of admissions, e.g. international recruitment, diversity outreach, etc. May have project or program responsibility. The Office of Undergraduate Admissions aims to develop, support, and empower a workforce that reflects the diversity of the students we serve.
The Schack Institute of Real Estate in the School of Professional Studies is seeking an Associate Director, Continuing Education Programs who will be responsible for the day-to-day management of the department and its continuing education offerings including development, staffing and delivery of courses and student services, certificates, corporate and executive education programs, and other related academic offerings; making recommendations to the associate dean and academic director for adjunct faculty hiring; budget oversight; and, supervision of staff. In addition, the Associate Director works with adjunct faculty coordinators onlong-term strategy for the continuing education programs, including the development of new academic offerings in collaboration with the Institute's faculty, and achieving revenue goals and targets.
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The NanoFabrication Manager will oversee the 2,000 sq. ft NanoFab operation & maintenance research facility at NYU Tandon School of Engineering. The Manager will oversee and participate in the development and implementation of processes for users, track usage and charges for use of instruments in the facility. Plan and execute preventative, regular maintenance through the operators, NanoFab staff, contractors, and equipment vendors, and maintain compliance with federal and local authorities.
Manage the operational administration of NYU DCS's incident reporting databases, including oversight of data storage and retrieval systems, data quality and integrity; import and exports; analysis and retrieval; user access and permissions, ad hoc and custom reports, and system audit trail. Oversee and manage the department's records management programs and related information governance functions for NYU DCS incident reporting activities. Support CALEA Accreditation and Regulatory Compliance Program Management; manage annual and periodic activity in support of the department.
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