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Strategic leader for the NYU School of Professional Studies (SPS) in partnership with the Deans and Divisional Deans. Partners closely with Dean and Divisional Deans to build clear communications and collaborative approach to fundraising, and to build and sustain a $10 million fundraising program over a 3 - 5 year period. Develop and manage prospects rated $100K and higher who are aligned with School priorities. Place emphasis on the Dean’s activities to cultivate and fundraise $1M+ gifts from major and principal gift donors in support of the school’s work, capital needs, scholarships and university fundraising campaign. Support the Dean’s and Divisional Dean’s portfolio of prospects and donors through strategy and documented moves. Work closely with the Dean/Divisional Deans to effectively utilize a variety of industry-specific councils in SPS as a strategic engagement and retention tool for prospects and donors. Carry a portfolio of 100 to 120 active prospects for the school and collaborate University-wide based on donor’s interests, as appropriate. Participate in leadership discussions for the school and university development and alumni relations. Liaise with university development teams supporting the school’s efforts including global, corporate and foundation fundraising, principal gifts, annual fund, and planned giving. Work closely with divisional deans and other senior faculty in order to develop and/or support the articulation of clear funding priorities. Incrementally increase fundraising outcomes from $3-5M to 10M+ sustained annually over the next three to five years measured by agreed upon metrics. Provide co-management for one administrative aid and direct supervision of one development professional.
The Office for Global Inclusion, Diversity and Strategic Innovation seeks an Associate Director for Inclusive Innovation and Entrepreneurship to help lead and advance inclusion, diversity, belonging and equity (IDBE) in the areas of innovation and entrepreneurship, and build on the numerous efforts and strategies across the University. The Associate Director will accelerate and expand IDBE efforts, innovation and entrepreneurial, and related opportunities and initiatives.
The ideal candidate must be action-oriented with a track record of leading and advancing IDBE initiatives and implementing, tracking and measuring results. He/She will be a highly skilled communicator, team builder, and problem solver— and will have built and sustained effective partnerships across a variety of constituencies. Initially reporting to the Senior Vice President for Global Inclusion, Diversity and Strategic Innovation and Chief Diversity Officer (CDO) and AVP for Global Inclusive Student Engagement and Leadership, the successful candidate will lead the development and implementation of an innovation and entrepreneurial vision for IDBE across the office for Global Inclusion, Diversity and Strategic Innovation and collaborate with the school liaisons and other key stakeholders to advance NYU’s mission, IDBE goals and priorities. They will also work in collaboration with the Chief of Staff.
The Associate Director role is especially critical to harnessing, guiding and leading IDBE outreach efforts with internal and external university and school partners, to signal NYU’s deep commitment to inclusive innovative, entrepreneurial, trans/inter-disciplinary teaching and learning. The Associate Director will partner with leaders and will work with central administration, across schools and NYU’s global network to advance the University’s academic and IDBE mission and develop initiatives that enrich our innovation and IDBE intersectional efforts. To this end, the Associate Director will collect data, assess outcomes, provide and disseminate peer data and reports relevant to IDBE innovation and entrepreneurship initiatives. This incumbent will be a thought-leader and visionary in this area.
The ideal candidate will have a passion for cutting-edge trends within higher education and innovation. They will be a leader and a follower of trends who has experience working in a large decentralized environment; worked across administrators, staff, faculty and student constituency groups both inside and outside of the classroom. The Associate Director will continually identify areas of innovation collaboration, and align resources to promote an accessible, and diverse community focused on inclusion and entrepreneurship. The Associate Director along with the Chief of Staff will be responsible for the website, newsletter and other outreach strategies for the office and will work in collaboration with other team members to ensure alignment. This incumbent must create an execute with the Chief of Staff a comprehensive social media, and digital strategy to ensure that the social media and digital technologies being used are aligned with the overall IDBE innovation and entrepreneurship strategy. The new Associate Director will have strong working relationships with the Chief of Staff and other AVPs, as well as develop partnerships with colleagues across the University, and in those in the innovation areas across the schools and University.
It is critical to the success of the position that key stakeholders across the University view the Associate Director as a leader, an internal partner and resource. The Associate Director will expand and deepen discussions about IDBE and related issues through strategies (working closely with Chief of Staff), social media, and innovative initiatives. They will also work in collaboration with the innovation and entrepreneurship officers across the schools to identify the best innovative research and pedagogy to develop and expand IDBE partnerships and growth opportunities.
SHIFT: Tuesday, 11:00pm - Wednesday, 7:30am
Wednesday, 11:00pm - Thursday, 7:30am Thursday, 11:00pm - Friday, 7:30am Friday, 11:00pm - Saturday, 7:30am Saturday, 11:00pm - Sunday, 7:30am
Primarily responsible for hands-on maintenance of HVAC systems and related auxiliary equipment.
The Director of Venture Programs will lead programs driving entrepreneurship and startup formation in virtual and augmented reality, drawing on connections to New York’s startup ecosystem, the Center’s university and civic partners, and international partners. Working with entrepreneurs and corporate intrapreneurs, the Director will deliver on the job creation goals of the Center, and will pay a key role in developing and delivering the corporate membership proposition at the Center. The Director of Venture Programs drives the startup entrepreneurship activities at the Center, and supports entrepreneurs at all stages of developing their business by developing, executing, and improving proactive programs to apply virtual and augmented reality technologies across a range of industries and opportunity areas. While supporting all types of entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs from the Center’s corporate partners, the Managing Director will give particular effort to lead and shape the startup accelerator and incubator programs at the Center, with the objectives to foster the impact of virtual and augmented reality technology through prototyping and new ventures. The Managing Director will also educate and transform scientists and graduate students from NYC universities and beyond into successful entrepreneurs, and work to attract capable technology entrepreneurs to the Center’s programs from New York City and beyond.
The distribution manager will manage the day-to-day distribution of instruments to all clinics at the Dental Center and a variety of programs. Serve as a liaison between Central Sterilization, Materials Management and the clinics. Supervise transport staff on instrument distribution and ensure Central Sterilization Staff adhere to quality control and regulatory protocols. Ensure that all biologicals and spore testing are complete in a timely manner prior to the first clinic sessions every day.
Execute minor construction, renovation, and maintenance projects by handling day to day responsibilities associated with project team member communication, purchasing and billing, budget development, creation of project scopes, project schedules, code compliance requirements, and coordinating and scheduling work with clients.
SHIFT: Tuesday - Saturday 3:30pm - 12:00am
Responsible for hands-on maintenance of HVAC systems and related auxiliary equipment. Perform tasks that include installing, troubleshooting, repairing, adjusting, cleaning, greasing and replacing equipment, parts and supplies. Maintain the Shop and tools, work orders, logs and inventories. Report to the Manager of the HVAC Shop.
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.
SHIFT: Tuesday - Saturday, 3:00pm - 11:30pm.
Primarily responsible for hands-on maintenance of HVAC systems and related auxiliary equipment.
Opportunity to join an exemplary team in the Facilities and Construction Management department of NYU!
Work on multiple projects across a diverse array of facilities! Here is a link to explore some of our current projects:
Manage the design and construction of capital improvements and major infrastructure projects for New York University's Planning and Construction Division to ensure projects are delivered in accordance with approved budgets, schedules and quality standards. Manage consultants, contractors and other vendors to optimize financial results and quality performance. Maintain highest standards of ethics and integrity.
Access to complete benefit packages including healthcare, dental, vision, and a retirement matching plan!
Eligible for 90% tuition remission for yourself and your dependent children!
Eligible for 50% tuition remission for your spouse/domestic partner!
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