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The Department Administrator will manage all logistics and operations associated with the Center for Student Life including: monitoring the annual budgeting process and payment procedures, assessment of data/technology systems, oversee office and facilities management, opening workshops/events and immersive programs, and student employee onboarding. NYU’s Global Programs & University Life organization is committed to being a welcoming campus community that reflects and enacts the values of inclusion, diversity, belonging, and equity that informs academic excellence. Administrators in this organization are expected to contribute to diverse, equitable, inclusive learning and working environments for our students, staff, and faculty.
University Development and Alumni Relations (UDAR) is dedicated to soliciting the private funding necessary to support the strategic goals of the University in teaching, learning, and research. The personnel of UDAR work university-wide as well as within individual schools and colleges of the University to discover, motivate, cultivate, solicit, and steward alumni, parents, faculty, and friends for immediate, long-range, and future financial support, through gifts and pledges to the University, for critical operations such as student aid, faculty support, academic and research program development, and facilities and infrastructure. UDAR's endeavors raise funds for immediate University use and also for the University's endowment.
The Leadership Annual Giving Officer is a professional fundraiser reporting to the Director of Development, Leadership Annual Giving, in the Office for University Development and Alumni Relations. They will be responsible for identifying, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding a targeted portfolio of annual fund prospects. This position typically solicits up to half a million dollars in fundraising annually; facilitates up to 100 meetings per year with alumni, friends, and parents. The Leadership Annual Giving Officer will also identify and cultivate 10 major gift prospects on an annual basis. The Leadership Annual Giving Officer will also work closely with other departments within the Development and Alumni Relations Office including School based Major Gift fundraisers, Alumni Relations, ITS, Research, and other development offices throughout the University to raise the school's local, regional, state, national and international support. The incumbent will also lead special projects (e.g. Councils and Giving Circles) at the request and discretion of the Director of Development, Leadership Annual Giving. Travel, both local and national, is required.
UDAR encourages work-life integration for our employees, therefore this position is eligible for a hybrid work arrangement.
The Assistant Director is the first-line administrator responsible for maintaining positive operating margin at the laboratory level and for meeting and exceeding the annual budget. This position reports to the Associate Dean of Clinical Administration and Revenue Cycle Management and provides direct oversight and management support of teams within Clinical Administration to support the delivery of patient care services, which includes The Central Dental Laboratory and the Implant Management Team. The Assistant Director will assist with the development of policies and procedures for the Central Dental Laboratory and Implant Management. Supervise all laboratory and implant personnel and provides leadership and direction including recruiting, coaching and developing staff. Ensure compliance with New York College of Dentistry and any regulatory agency policies and procedures. Provide management support in operational compliance and other projects and initiatives that is requested by senior leadership.
The NYU Production Lab is seeking an Operations Administrator to oversee day-to-day operations at the Production Lab, a 3,400 sq. foot creative content and career development incubator space that serves NYU’s creative storytelling community. The Operations Administrator will ensure the Lab’s visiting students, faculty, and guests (an average of 1,000 visits each month) have an optimal experience and uninhibited access to resources provided at the Lab and is a key member of the Production Lab’s team ensuring that a range of critical operational functions and processes are administered in a timely and effective manner. This work includes event and space planning management, initiating, tracking and executing fiscal transactions, creating related promotional materials, maintaining the Production Lab’s website, tracking key performance indicators, maintaining effective relationships with internal and external stakeholders, and other related administrative duties.
NYU's Global Programs & University Life organization is committed to being a welcoming campus community that reflects and enacts the values of inclusion, diversity, belonging, and equity that inform academic excellence. Administrators in this organization are expected to contribute to diverse, equitable, inclusive learning and working environments for our students, staff, and faculty.
Arts and Science is seeking an organized Administrator to join the Office of Space Planning and Management. This individual will supervise business and administrative operations for FAS Space Management: manage 24+ guest apartments and 100+ post-doc apartments; plan budgets and monitor expenditures to stay within budget; act as administrative liaison with other school and University offices; interpret and apply University policies, practices and procedures to address moderately complex administrative matters.
Respond to urgent and emergent situations with students and provide counseling and crisis intervention, including being available for 24-hour on-call rotation (some shifts include alternative work schedules with weekend coverage). Conduct clinical support sessions and risk assessments via phone, Zoom and in-person, assessing students' emotional wellbeing and psychiatric needs; develop and implement appropriate responses including immediate hospitalization and/or referrals to other University medical and mental health care offices. Follow-up with students, their health care providers and families and appropriate University administration to monitor the progress of students' treatment and recovery.
Reporting to the Director, the Associate Director for Administration is a key member of the leadership team with responsibility for establishing the administrative infrastructure to support the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World. Develop, implement and manage academic and administrative operations for the Institute in full collaboration with the Director and other senior staff. In conjunction with key university departments, develop the operations of the institute by assessing needs, planning, and implementing services. Develop the institute's technical resources and administrative staff to ensure high-caliber service and efficiency for both internal and external events. Act as liaison with the Leon Levy Foundation, the principal funder of ISAW. Collaborate with the President of the Leon Levy Foundation on physical plant.
Manage of a variety of human resources functions for NYU College of Dentistry. Manage the recruitment and appointment process for full-time, adjunct, and visiting faculty, graduate, teaching, research personnel, and dental residents. Manage the FMLA process for administrators, faculty and research employees. Partner with the Director to administer the job evaluation process. Collaborate with the Director to resolve complex employee relations and performance problems; counsel department supervisors and employees on preventing and resolving workplace issues. Interpret federal and state employment laws, University human resources policies and terms of collective bargaining agreements; consult with Director and Human Resources Division for guidance and clarification, as necessary. Develop and supervise College's Human Resources office staff.
The College of Dentistry is the custodian of many types of sensitive, mission-critical data used in its principal operational areas, clinical, academic, research, administration, and student services. The Assistant Director will lead Dentistry’s Cybersecurity Analytics and Operations team in the creation, implementation, and tracking of a comprehensive, best-practices-based cybersecurity program to protect these data and the systems which house them. She or he will direct cybersecurity operations through the implementation, management, and refinement in the use of data sources and analytical techniques by Dentistry’s Cybersecurity staff and Technology & Infornatics Services (TIS) staff members. The Assistant Director position is both a highly collaborative – working closely with the CIO, the IT Regulatory and Operations Analyst, Senior Directors and their staffs, and the Office of Compliance and Emergency Response – and one with significant individual responsibilities. Ensure that the NYU Dentistry IT environment is secure and that its practices fulfill College and NYU policies as related to IT security and protection of sensitive records, as well for meeting applicable federal, state, and local regulations. Manage the continuous improvement of the overall security posture of our information systems and our end-point computing environments in response to the changing technological, educational, and clinical environments; oversee IT activities and processes, and provide hands-on assistance in reviewing and re-engineering processes as appropriate. There are five main areas of focus for this position: Projects, Operations, Regulatory Posture, Incident Response, and Training/Awareness.
Arts and Science is seeking an experienced Associate Director of Academic and Faculty Affairs to join Liberal Studies. This individual will manage recruitment activities for adjunct faculty, including credential review, interviewing, hiring, onboarding/ orientation, supervision, and evaluation of 90+ adjunct faculty per semester. Review staffing and curricular offerings to determine adjunct hiring needs and manage adjunct hiring for both the regular academic year and the Spring Admission program. Plan and oversee the orientation and onboarding for new adjunct faculty and new full-time faculty. Formulate new policies and procedures in response to changing program needs. Manage annual reappointment and promotion procedures for 85 full-time faculty. Manage selection processes for student academic grants and prizes. Enforce compliance with existing LS and university policies and disseminate information on same. Manage processes and procedures associated with violations of academic integrity policies, including conducting hearings. Manage biennial update of the LS Bulletin. Work with curriculum committee chairs on special projects as assigned. Supervise two academic/professional and two union clerical staff employees.
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