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NYU's Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for an Assistant Director, Student Engagement in the Undergraduate College. The Assistant Director, Student Engagement will work on a dynamic team to enhance existing Office of Student Engagement (OSE) programming in the areas of professional development, leadership, and student life. Oversee student organizations, and other student engagement initiatives. Support student organizations and leaders, assist with developing new professional development/leadership development programs, and establish distinctive co-curricular professional/leadership programs. Implement new and customized student life community building initiatives and school-wide traditions, with a focus on diversity and inclusion.
Perform clerical, secretarial, and general office duties for the Center. Serve as center receptionist, greet visitors, answer telephones, respond to general inquiries and schedule appointments. Perform general word processing, spreadsheet and data entry duties utilizing basic functions. Monitor reporting and data on student attendance and use of the Simulation Center. Prepare simulation rooms for simulation sessions.
- Monitor activity and maintain data of open simulation practice and specialty simulations. Track/report on status of student attendance for remediation practice. Monitor and prepare reports on student satisfaction and faculty evaluations. Perform general word processing, spreadsheet and data entry duties; create presentations.
- Answer telephones, greet students, faculty and other visitors. Respond to general inquiries and resolve routine problems, refer specific requests to appropriate staff member. Lead tours for donors and visitors.
- Prepare and clean simulation rooms for each simulation session. Move and/or lift manikins, restock medical/nursing supplies, and simulation equipment. Maintain cleanliness of the CSLC by cleaning manikins, organizing simulation rooms, closets and changing bed linens. Prepare simulated intravenous and oral medications, create patient charts and update patient information in Electronic Health Record (EHR).
- Upload class assignments and links for students on NYU Classes course sites. Schedule appointments, undergraduate make-up classes and graduate simulations; and make arrangements for meetings with students.
- Assist faculty during simulation teaching sessions with basic computer operations; turn on simulation equipment and start up Simulation Capture System; report technical issues to supervisors.
- Maintain inventory, stock and distribute supplies.
- Perform other clerical duties: photocopy and fax materials, process forms, maintain office files and records, and pick up or deliver mail or materials, etc.
NYU's Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for an Assistant Director, One Million Black Women: Black in Business Educational Program on our Executive Programs team. In this newly created position, the Assistant Director will create and execute strategy for events, marketing, communications, and operations for Black in Business (BiB). The selected candidate will organize and manage all internal and external BiB events, including modules, office hours, other workshops, and program meeting days, and manage strategic marketing and communications for the program, business advisor and mentor recruitment, and events. The Assistant Director will evaluate the overall effectiveness of BiB events, activities, programs, and communications; provide recommendations to leadership, and lead initiatives to support continuous improvement of these efforts. The selected candidate will also prepare and develop budget proposals and operating plans for the program and supervise clerical staff and student employees.
The OGC Meloy Law Fellow will assist attorneys in the Office of General Counsel with conducting factual and legal research, drafting litigation papers, assisting in the negotiation and drafting of agreements, advising with respect to University policies and other assignments. Assist attorneys in all practice areas of the Office of General Counsel, including Intellectual Property, Litigation, Labor & Employment, Global, Corporate, Student Affairs, Real Estate, Trusts & Estates, and Non-profit & Tax. Conduct research and provide legal advice and guidance in a variety of areas to the University including schools, departments, and University administrators; assist attorneys handling litigation, including preparing pleadings and motions and participating in all aspects of discovery; assist in negotiating and drafting agreements; and provide advice, counsel and research regarding international legal issues.
Principal duties include:
- Conduct research and assist attorneys with legal advice and guidance in a variety of areas to the University including schools, departments, and University administrators
- Assist attorneys handing litigation, including preparing pleadings and motions and participating in all aspects of discovery
- Assist in negotiating and drafting agreements
- Assist with advice, counsel and research regarding international legal issues
This is a non-renewable appointment for one academic year - September 1, 2024 - August 31, 2025.
Preference will be given to applications submitted by Friday, December 29, 2023. Finalists will be contacted in January or February and a final offer will be made in February or March 2024.
Reporting to the senior associate vice president of Student Affairs, the executive director (ED) provides strategic leadership and direction for all programmatic and operational aspects of the Wasserman Center for Career Development. The ED collaboratively leads strategic planning in support of divisional and university goals and mission and oversees the design, development, assessment, and coordination of career development programs and services for students and alumni that are impactful and strategically aligned. Staying abreast of best practices and trends, the ED keeps the university community up to date on known and emerging career development issues and identifies opportunities to instill career development in the student experience. The ED also has an external-facing role, developing and enhancing relationships with employers, colleagues across colleges and units within NYU, and representing Wasserman to other external stakeholders. The ED oversees the administration of Wasserman, including management of a $5.88 million budget, staff management and assessment, including the development and implementation of career outcome surveys and other data collection strategies to assess programs and services, outcomes, and effectiveness.
The School of Professional Studies' is seeking a Senior Director of the Workplace Learning Innovation Lab. This role will build and lead a dynamic team of experts, practitioners, and administrators to drive the design, development, and implementation of innovative educational solutions focused on workplace learning and applied degrees. The Senior Director will lead the unit’s workforce development initiatives and partnerships that transform how NYU and its partners in the NYC workforce-learning ecosystem cultivate and enhance employee skills, knowledge, and capabilities for the job structures that provide family sustaining wages, economic security and social mobility for learners and communities. The role will play a pivotal role in shaping the future of workplace learning, collaborating with cross-functional teams, industry partners, and thought leaders to deliver impactful, forward-thinking initiatives.
The Division of Programs in Business is seeking an Associate Director of Custom Programs to direct administration and management of customized continuing education and executive education programs. Lead strategic planning, marketing outreach, and competitive analyses for noncredit programs, including traditional continuing education courses, certificate programs, and executive education. Direct academic planning and assist with curriculum development for customized continuing education programs. Collaborate with faculty on new course development for client programs. Collaborate and manage adjunct faculty recruitment, engagement initiatives, and course evaluation. Prepare customized continuing education program budgets and income and expense projections.
Please note this position is located in our Midtown Center, 20 W. 43rd Street.
Involved in administrative and general assistance type office work for one or several professors, as their primary responsibility. Incumbents provide comprehensive support to centers, institutes, committees, programs and/or conferences. Handle complex budget work. 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. Respond to inquiries displaying a comprehensive knowledge of the departmental offerings and policies. Interact with the general public and act as NYU contact/liaison. Interact with University personnel including those at the senior level regarding specific issues and problems. Customize and/or compose letters 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.
The Associate Director will support the School of Professional Studies’ global strategic goals. This position will develop strategic plans and new programs to expand global opportunities. They will oversee the implementation and management of projects and revenue-producing initiatives. Supervise global operational activity and act as a liaison with the NYU Office of Global Programs. Manage relationships and communication with NYU Offices, institutional partners, and external organizations. Supervise research and prepare analyses on the financial, market, and operational aspects of potential initiatives; draft and review proposals; collaborate with the SPS Learning and Teaching Nexus to build quality assessment protocols and ensure ongoing evaluation of global programs. Communicate with internal individuals to clarify and interpret policies and procedures. Negotiate, clarify and establish terms and conditions for initiatives with external organizations. Ensure that projects are in compliance with University legal, procedural and operational requirements.
Manage the day-to-day operations of Dentistry’s IT Service Center so that user problems are identified, prioritize, researched, resolved, and followed-up quickly and competently. Plan, priorities, and schedule help desk activities to ensure continuity of service. Ensure that help desk staff use and maintain problem management databases or other help desk software so that help desk activities and performance can be monitored. Analyze help desk enquiries to identify recurring user problems, recommend solutions, and to identify areas where help desk service can be improved. Provide the Assistant Director with analytics on the Service Center’s efficacy relating to ticket and contact metrics regarding telephone call and email response and service ticket resolution. Develop problem solving guidelines, checklists, or other materials to assist help desk staff to respond to user problems that are recurring or routine. Respond to more complex, escalated enquiries from team members. Lead, direct, evaluate, and develop help desk staff to ensure that users receive competent and timely service. Train new Service Center staff on standard operating procedures and ensure compliance with them.
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