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New York University’s Center on International Cooperation (CIC) over two decades has built a reputation for its work on the links between politics, security, justice, and sustainable development. Our core mission is to enhance international responses on the countries and issues most important to conflict prevention and recovery, through direct and regular engagement with multilateral institutions and the wider policy community. The Budget and Finance Administrator works as an integral part of CIC’s grant management and administrative team. This role will manage CIC’s budgets, producing financial reports, liaising with NYU’s internal financial and grants divisions, and performing associated tasks.
NYU’s prestigious Leonard N. Stern School of Business seeks an Admissions Coordinator to join a collaborative team of elite professionals in the MBA Admissions Office. The Coordinator will be instrumental in the overall effort to market Stern’s MBA programs and plays a pivotal role in shaping the incoming MBA class. NYU Stern has an incredible track record of transforming personal and professional trajectories for its students, and the Coordinator should take pride in knowing s/he will be a part of that mission.
The Coordinator will assist with marketing projects such as publications, Stern’s website and direct marketing. The selected candidate will interpret and communicate admissions criteria to prospective students; review and evaluate academic credentials of prospective students; and assist with developing strategies for achieving enrollment goals. Other duties include: administering the departmental budget; communicating with the applicant pool; planning and hosting on and off-site admissions events. The MBA Admissions office will expect the Coordinator to offer insight on how to innovate both its marketing programs and communications with students.
The Programmer Analyst will provide daily technical support of NYU’s implementation of the Alumni Relations suite of marketing communication tools. This requires a high technical aptitude for data structures, data integration systems, and an understanding of strategic communication goals of a large non-profit organization. This person will work closely with NYU’s Alumni Relations team in support of a powerful multi-channel marketing strategy, including communications and event management tools. The Programmer Analyst will design, develop, test, and release software in alignment with industry and NYU best practices, guidelines, and standards. This role will be responsible for the following:
• Ensure daily synchronization between NYU CRM and cloud-based marketing software and provide troubleshooting support when exceptions occur
• Maintain data integrity within the marketing communications eco-system
• Use 3rd-party API interfaces to collect and report on data as required by business owners
• Understand marketing software capabilities and requirements for implementation, including knowledge of multi-branch journeys for marketing campaignss
• Understand analytics captured within marketing tools and how data is used toward business goals
• Provide troubleshooting and resolution of software issues
• Participate in design evaluation and review of existing CRM systems
• Recommend and implement changes to existing CRM systems to fulfill requirements
• Support Single Sign-On access to 3rd-party software
The Communications Lieutenant oversees dispatchers that process calls regarding emergency and non-emergency situations in a 24/7/, 365 day operation. The Communications Lieutenant monitors dispatchers and calls, ensuring appropriate response units are dispatched. He/She promotes a positive work environment, and encourages positive attitudes, and is an expert multi-tasker. The Lieutenant assists in overseeing the smooth operation of the Communications Center, by providing direction to dispatchers and arranging for additional staff to ensure staffing requirements are met. The Communications Lieutenant maintains a high level of knowledge and proficiency of all aspects of Communications Center operations and equipment.
Represent the College of Dentistry to potential students through on-campus and off-campus recruitment events (fairs, open houses, receptions, information sessions). Establish relationships with students to promote School's Graduate Program. Encourage applications from qualified students to achieve University and School diversity and geographic enrollment targets. Approve or deny applications based on University and School guidelines and recommend borderline applicants for Admission Committee's consideration. Evaluate students' admission packets (academic and extracurricular records, essay, letters of recommendation, standardized test scores, etc.), interview applicants, and obtain additional information from students as needed to determine if applicant is right for College. Advise students on application process (e.g., School programs, academic requirements, financial aid options, housing, and other student services).
This is a grant funded position that will provide high-level support for the College of Dentistry’s Bronx school-based cavity prevention dental program. The Associate Director, Clinical Research Program will collaborate in protocol development, ensure compliance with regulatory requirements, supervise research activities for over 60 New York City schools, submit IRB submissions, implement quality control processes, ensure data integrity and prepare standard operating procedures. In addition, this position will serve as liaison between faculty, research investigators, and participants in all administrative matters related to management of this study. The incumbent will ensure that all guidelines and protocols for the project are followed. This position will manage a project budget of approximately $21 million dollars.
Manage operations for assigned production area including schedules, operations, production builds and facilities. Plan and supervise skilled work in support of student and faculty productions. Provide technical and creative assistance. Train, supervise and evaluate staff.
As a critical role in NYU’s University Development and Alumni Relations’ marketing and communications, the primary function will be to generate and deploy innovative communications that drive engagement among alumni and donors with NYU through Marketo and Cvent. This role will be responsible for key aspects of our eMarketing strategy including Marketing Automation, Email Marketing, and Event Registration. A successful candidate will work closely with other members of the IT and marketing teams and communicate progress and challenges to management.
The ideal candidate should have a strong history of marketing automation and demonstrated success in marketing conversion strategies. You will provide day-to-day marketing automation development and execution; including nurture programs, automated email communications, web forms, event programs, and ad hoc requests. In this, role you will execute development, alignment, and implementation of lead scoring, nurturing and management. You will be accountable for monitoring marketing automation success, working with Alumni Relations Communications to track and report metrics and providing guidance to further improve results as well as quarterly and annual insights and trends tracking. You will also support our other channels, like our website and social media.
Provide clinical assessment, short-term psychotherapy, group therapy, and crisis intervention to student population; oversee multidisciplinary teams and trainees in a variety of psychological disciplines.
New York University seeks an Executive Director for Schools & Institutes to provide leadership and supervision for the experienced fundraising teams in four of NYU’s Schools & Institutes, including: the Gallatin School of Individualized Study; The Institute of Fine Arts; the Division of Libraries, and; the School of Professional Studies. This senior position will report directly to the Associate Vice President for Schools & Institutes. The candidate will be responsible for leading the School teams to a minimum of $30M raised annually and achieving a personal fundraising goal of $3M. The Executive Director will work closely with the AVP of Schools and Institutes to set annual and individual fundraising goals in partnership with academic Deans and University Development and Alumni Relations (UDAR) leadership in support of strongly articulated and well-crafted funding priorities. The candidate will incorporate agreed to metrics and be a thoughtful performance coach capable of championing both team and individual successes.
The Executive Director will contribute to a collaborative fundraising environment and participate in strategy sessions across Schools and Institutes in support of interest-based, donor-centric prospect assignments. The Executive Director will have a broad base of progressive fundraising experiences, preferably in higher education, in order to provide the leadership, strategy and insights required to support skillful fundraisers. The candidate will possess the discipline of frontline fundraising in order to manage a select portfolio of high-capacity prospects and donors with a documented track-record of closing 7-figure gifts. In support of these goals, the candidate will have the ability to plan, forecast and communicate annual plans and manage budgetary resources accordingly. University Development and Alumni Relations raises 600M+ annually and is well-positioned to move into a comprehensive capital campaign.
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