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Plan and administer events and programs that meet the wellness strategy of the NYU Benefits Office and NYU HR. Ensure the successful delivery of all aspects of the NYU Live Smart program. Serve as liaison between LiveSmart Programs, NYU HR, NYU Work Life as well as EAP and emergency back-up care/family solutions external vendors. Develop and conceptualize themes for new and expand existing programs by identifying resources and services through external vendors as well as the NYU medical and dental facilities. Identify quality cost-effective programs. Research requests for new programs, assess feasibility, and make recommendations to ensure the implementation of successful, targeted events. Coordinate the management of small and large-scale events; research vendors, options, pricing structures, etc. Develop University-wide communications as well as public website content in partnership with internal communications team. Collaborate with facilities management to maintain and expand lactation rooms across U.S campuses. Manage and execute child care subsidy programs for various employee groups. Ensure that a project budget is developed and that project expenses and quality of events are met; determine staffing, space, and equipment needs; conduct post-event evaluations for the AVP, Global Benefits, recommending future improvements.
The User Experience (UX) Developer works amongst an internal team of professionals and occasional third-party vendors to engineer and maintain secure and efficient solutions for NYU.edu and NYU's related online ventures. Responsibilities include the development of secure, standards-compliant, cross-browser code, and for fixing and resolving bugs/defects in support of the positive digital representation of central NYU and success of highly visible, enterprise, digital properties.
Provide support to the Assistant Director in the development and implementation of the student advisement program. Advise enrolled students on a variety of academic and career-related issues such as curriculum requirements, course selection, registration, graduate school preparation, and career development. Design and write informational materials. Along with the Assistant Director, run and create programs for the department, such as the peer mentor program, annual major spotlight event, etc.
Manage complex operating budget for Opportunity Programs and other assigned departments within Enrollment Management. Responsible for providing guidance and support to Enrollment Management leadership towards the management of budgets to ensure fiscal accountability. Recommend department’s financial policies and procedures. Train departments on fiscal policies and procedures. Develop and supervise full time staff.
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.
Assist the office leadership with administration and delivery of human resources services to the School of Law. Manage recruitment activities for all positions, including assisting with appointment-based roles. Advise department supervisors and employees on routine to moderately complex employee relations issues and interpret and implement federal and state employment laws, University human resources policies, and terms of collective bargaining agreement, under guidance of leadership; investigate causes of payroll problems and interpret University payroll policies to supervisors to prevent or resolve problems; advise or refer employees to other University offices as necessary. Oversee and directly manage school onboarding and processing of human resources actions including Annual Merit Increases and bonus program and Summer PILC Internship program, and special events such as annual Service Awards and Staff Brunch.
NYU's School of Law seeks a candidate who will assist the Offices of Academic Services, Records and Registration and Information Technology move towards more efficient processes for registration and exam administration. The incumbent will report directly to the Director of Systems Operations & Student Information Management Records and Registration in the Office of Academic Services and Registration. Assist the Director with scheduling exam rooms, answering exam support questions, configuring exam software, helping to grade multiple choice exams, and ensuring that both offices align their efforts and coordinate effectively. Continually review and revise student facing services to improve turnaround times and move towards paperless processes. Work between Academic Services and Law IT as the departments work to integrate applications which interface with existing Law School systems (i.e. PeopleSoft, Course Management System). Incumbent will assist the director with resolving data feed and API issues between course management, event scheduling and student information systems. Assess and make recommendations on policies and procedures to ensure that systems of record are up to date and properly maintained. Work closely with Academic Services, Law IT and NYU IT to evaluate and upgrade existing Law School applications and processes. Partner with functional and technical leads to implement a new student information system as well as new supporting technologies which enhance registration and examination activities. Manage monthly call center reporting, ticket metrics and develop customer service metrics and standards and implement service level agreements for the department. Supervise staff and ensure that appropriate coverage is provided for records and registration requests. Identify and prioritize assignments for union staff to ensure deadlines are met. The qualified candidate will perform a wide range of administrative and technical duties including those of a confidential nature. Assist with registration, grading, and graduation by running various reports. Respond to inquiries displaying a comprehensive knowledge of the department's activities, policies, programs, and applications. As a member of a cross-departmental exam team, provide direct administrative and technical guidance to students during the exam periods. Maintain student records using various databases and reporting tools. Compose letters and correspondence, perform general word processing, spreadsheet and data entry duties utilizing intermediate-level functions.
Maintain databases within guidelines: perform data entry; identify and clarify incomplete or inconsistent data; resolve related problems. Prioritize office activities and delegate work to student and/or casual employees. Answer, screen and respond to high volume of telephone calls, voicemails, and emails. Serve as primary source of information to the general public, students, staff and faculty on policies, procedures, programs, and office activities. Operate personal computer equipment using a variety of database and spreadsheet software applications; analyze project requirements and feasibility; clarify project specifications; establish work priorities; set-up, type and generate a variety of documents usually of a mathematical/technical nature. May scan documents for future retrieval. Train users in operating database programs.
Manage complex academic processes including, registration, advisement, events, etc. Provide input of substantive departmental issues affecting academic and student services, providing analysis and recommendations. Interpret and apply school and University policies and procedures. Conduct academic advising for a cohort of students. Oversee the Registration and Graduation processes. Serve as liaison with school and University offices; interpret and University policies and ensure departmental compliance. Manage staff of professional academic advisers. Hire, train and supervise staff..
The Tandon School of Engineering Public Affairs Officer, reporting to the Associate Dean for Communications and Public Affairs, will tell the stories that celebrate the achievements of the Tandon community to external and internal audiences. The position will leverage both traditional and new-media practices to expand media outreach and support the planning and execution of media campaigns and events. The position will draft press releases; respond to media inquiries, pitch media on events and achievements, manage Tandon’s external PR partner, and contribute to marketing initiatives with ideas, strategies, and development of material. The position will actively seek and identify publicity and communications opportunities that enhance Tandon's reputation as a premier, world-class engineering school.
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