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NYU's Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for a Director, Communications in the Undergraduate College. The Director, Communications will develop strategy for and manage internal and external communications for the Stern School of Business' Undergraduate College (UC) with a particular focus on full integration of communications across UC to achieve holistic, audience-centered, and customized communications. Audiences include, but are not limited to, prospective and current students, faculty, staff and alumni. Work closely with administrators and students to understand key motivators and develop best communications practices. Oversee the Undergraduate College’s portfolio of traditional and digital tools, making sure that they meet the expectations and needs of the changing student landscape; continue to establish the Stern Undergraduate College as a leader in generational communications strategy. Launch and drive strategy on key digital tools, such as email marketing systems and digital asset management platforms. Create and implement digital, social and traditional communications and marketing plans. Create, implement and assess systems of excellence and best practices (e.g. involving UC staff and students) to optimize communications. Ensure all communications align with NYU’s, Stern’s and the College's organizational mission, working with all of our partners to build relationships and systems of excellence. Manage the production of key marketing pieces (e.g., brochures and invitations). Serve as UC subject-matter expert on communication strategy and practices.
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 support and oversee programming for the Office of Student Engagement (OSE) that will enhance students’ feeling of belonging throughout the Stern undergraduate student experience. Partner with constituents across the Undergraduate College (UC) team to support student groups with a holistic approach (e.g., identities related to academics, IDBE, well-being, class year and others). Oversee large scale programming, academic identity support and engagement initiatives for each class year. Collaborate with the larger Student Experience Team, including the UC Dean’s Office, Communications, and UC Office of Student Engagement.
Under the general direction of the Dean, the Assistant Dean for Marketing and Enrollment Management will have overall responsibility for the development, coordination, and implementation of marketing, recruitment, and enrollment strategies to communicate the brand and identity of NYU Wagner to prospective students and achieve enrollment goals. This role will be responsible for: a) managing the creation of a strategic, goal-oriented, and measurable integrated marketing and recruitment plan that effectively presents Wagner’s core values, mission, and distinctiveness to attract the appropriate number, quality, and mix of students; b) directing the development of an enrollment and scholarship plan, including using program targets and regression models to manage yield modeling, to ensure the quality and quantity of students that meets the goals and expectations of the School; c) overseeing and optimizing the administration and operations of the recruitment, admissions, and scholarship awarding processes; d) serving on the School’s leadership team and participating in the development of short- and long-range strategic planning to support the Dean’s vision and the needs of the School; e) managing and overseeing marketing and recruitment budgets to optimize return on investment; and f) supervising and developing staff who support these functions.
Manage sponsored research grants, contracts, gifts, and faculty 'start-up' funds. Advise Principle Investigators on grant funds management and budget planning, interpret terms of grant contracts, monitor appropriate spending, analyze and revise budgets, and prepare grant reporting. Provide administrative support to senior faculty, including responding to correspondence and inquiries independent of faculty members' involvement and determining when to escalate matters to their attention; plan and implement seminars, colloquia, and other events.
Reporting to the Associate Registrar, the Associate Director for Registrar Communications plans, coordinates, and executes communication plans for the Office of the University Registrar & Enrollment Management Technology. The Associate Director works closely with Enrollment Management Marketing & Communications and other units to lead communication efforts and campaigns that are intended to improve the NYU student experience and/or educate communities of practices/systems across the University. The Associate Director's background in strategic communications and student services will enable the department to conceptualize, produce, and deliver content to better support NYU students, faculty, and administrators. The Associate Director will leverage new and existing data to assess and refine department communications and to identify opportunities to improve department messaging and service.
This position serves as a primary point of contact for all general department administration including calendaring, updating communications, ordering supplies, supporting events, responding to faculty and student inquiries, coordinating and processing student and adjunct employee hiring, and course scheduling. Provides administrative support to the Department Administrator, Senior Administrative Manager and Department Chair.
The Assistant Director for Service and Civic Engagement primarily focuses on being responsible for programs and initiatives within the Center for Student Life that support and advance NYU's commitment to service, outreach, civic engagement, service learning, and leadership development. Work with CSL leadership team to set the vision and strategy relating to service and civic engagement and play a lead role in the creation, implementation, and management of programs designed to enhance local and global leadership and service experiences for NYU students. Initial priorities for this position may include, but are not limited to: voter education initiatives to promote civic engagement and increase the number of NYU students participating in voting, experiential service-learning, such as the Alternative Breaks Program, Project OutReach (a pre-orientation program and social impact program), and volunteer engagement opportunities. This role manages the selection, training, and supervision of student staff, site leaders, site advisors, and peer mentors. Serves as the primary point of contact within the Division of Student Affairs for service and civic engagement related topics and represents these initiatives to external constituents. Works collaboratively with other members of the CSL staff, Office of Civic Engagement, Office for Community and Government Affairs, and external community organizations. Works closely with the Office of Risk Management to evaluate contracts and coordinate travel.
The Supplier Diversity and Sustainability Manager will be responsible for developing a comprehensive strategy for supplier diversity & sustainability, and managing all aspects of the program, leveraging both internal and external best-practices. The role will be ultimately responsible for coordinating diversity, socially and environmentally responsible sourcing, and engagement of historically underutilized businesses. Partnering with the Office of Global Inclusion and the Office of Sustainability, this position will help to monitor and report on procurement spend with diverse and local businesses, support end user requirements, focus on improving procurement sustainability efforts, and promote the University's brand in the community. The role also includes responsibility for diverse business community outreach and relationship building with both the University and local diverse business advocacy organizations. This role has a hybrid work schedule: Two days on-site and three days remote per week.
The NYU Student Health Center's Counseling and Wellness Services announces the availability of five postdoctoral psychology fellowships (appointment period: September 1 - August 31). Our clinic offers training with a multidisciplinary team of psychologists, social workers, psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, case managers, and nutritionists. We provide brief psychotherapy and group psychotherapy for a diverse population of undergraduate and graduate students from across the US and the world, as well as crisis intervention in our Wellness Exchange walk-in clinic. Postdocs also spend part of their time serving on one of three specialty clinical teams: Trauma, Eating Disorders, or Substance Use, all described in greater detail below. Opportunities may also be available for outreach events with the NYU community. Training includes: Weekly seminars, supervision, staff meetings, and case presentations.
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Direct maintenance activities and operations for a large and complex grouping of academic properties including the management of physical plant operations and the management and maintenance of complex building systems equipment. Promote and foster the working relationships between Central facilities staff and academic facilities staff ensuring uniform standards of operations, maintenance and security. Direct and coordinate services provide by contract suppliers.
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