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NYU’s Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity available for an Associate Director of Special Events. The selected candidate will direct all aspects of planning, developing, and managing major events that meet the goals of the school. Serving as an events consultant to internal clients, the Associate Director will support a high volume of innovative events, receptions and seminars for audiences that range from C-suite and senior executives to students, faculty, and alumni. The selected candidate will also manage all related event operations (e.g. logistics, catering, technical and computer support, budget administration, vendor negotiations and purchases). The Associate Director will also analyze event statistics and recommend improvements both in terms of quality of the event, and cost reduction opportunities.
Provide educational technology support to faculty, staff, and researchers across the Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions Programs to ensure the appropriate deployment and use of technology resources. Specifically, provide support as it relates to both routine and specialized instructional needs, particularly concerning music and audio technology as well as recording studios/learning spaces. Consult with clients on technological aspects of instructional, research-related, and operational projects and issues. Provide customized state-of-the-art solutions within given requirements/budget constraints, in accordance with University computing and data policies and current industry best practices.
Leading a team of residential life administrators, this live-in position coordinates all aspects of the programs and services for the NYU Washington, DC residential facility (both the community development and the administrative aspects such as room selection, RLA selection, room changes, and semester transition). The position directly supervises the staff of Residential Life Administrators and oversees them in carrying out their respective duties. The Residential Life Coordinator provides crisis intervention to residents; assesses nature of problems and resolves or refers for resolution; conducts investigations of alleged violations of University and residence policies, holds meetings, interviews participants, determines degree/seriousness of violations, and follows University student conduct policy. This position is responsible for assigned after-hours/weekend/holiday on-call duties on a rotational basis to address any student emergency. Advises students and collaborates with NYU Washington, DC staff to create a living and learning community to enrich the students' University experience. Develops and implements residential learning community programs and initiatives; assists with student development operations. This is a full-time, live-in student housing position based in Washington, DC.
Develop and document an in-depth understanding of the accounts assigned by analyzing and reconciling activity in the University's cash and other balance sheet accounts, including global operations. Participate actively in various improvement projects, such as the ongoing project to fully implement an automated cash reconciliation process. Provide ongoing assistance to both internal and external customers. Cross-train various reconciliations and related reports, as assigned.
Collaborate with university stakeholders to design and provide decision support for new initiatives in support of New York University’s mission. Utilize available data sources to design and develop statistical models to analyze past data and to predict future behavior. Provide quantitative analysis of various alternatives to ensure new initiatives meet operational goals. Utilize technical skills to extract and analyze data, and communication skills to present quantitative analysis to stakeholders.
As a critical member of the campus community, the Financial Education Specialist serves to educate students and the community about finances in order to enhance student success to ensure students thrive and persist to graduation. This position will practice data-driven outreach, pro-active resource referral, and timely/holistic interventions to meet the needs of students, especially those with complex issues that may span multiple offices/areas. The position will generate data and reports to help identify financial barriers to student satisfaction and retention, engage in outreach to and documentation of students identified as at risk, and support university personnel who work with students encountering institutional financial challenges. The position further focuses on integrating financial education and planning into the prospective student experience to improve decision making and financial commitment striving for a positive impact on student success to enhance the student experience, improve retention, and support affordability. The position will work collaboratively with offices across the university (e.g. Registrar, Financial Aid, Bursar, Student Affairs, the Schools and Academic Advising units) to assist students in resolving issues, navigating support, and managing complex cases. The role works directly with students, utilizing systems and tools such as NYU Connect (Starfish by Hobsons) and Albert SIS (PeopleSoft Campus Solutions) to ensure data-driven practices, appropriate documentation and holistic case management. All efforts will support and advance strategic university goals and measures, including first-year retention, student satisfaction and belonging, and the 6-year graduation rate.
The Senior Associate Director for Diversity Initiatives serves as the Office of Undergraduate Admissions' senior leader in the management of all initiatives aimed at finding, recruiting, selecting, and yielding a more diverse undergraduate student body. The Senior Associate Director will be responsible for the design and implementation of initiatives, programs, and trainings designed to improve the University’s ability to enroll the most diverse and academically talented class possible.
The Center for Global Affairs at the School of Professional Studies seeks an individual to serve as a program administrator to manage administrative operations for the graduate programs. Provide student advisement and resolve problems, and support the planning and implementation of special student programs including prospective student outreach events, new student orientations, career workshops, course pop-ups, and speaker roundtables. Attend marketing events and information sessions. Serve as a point of contact for general faculty inquiries/issues. Ensure program courses are scheduled, faculty appointed and oriented, and syllabi received and reviewed. Manage faculty resources website and serve as the primary lead for regular faculty policy and procedure communications. Assist with inputting course and/or curriculum updates in the Curricunet system. Support academic director with special projects as needed. Serve as the first point of contact for incoming graduate e-mail inquiries. Supervise office support staff.
The Graduate School of Arts and Science (GSAS) is seeking an experienced Executive Assistant to join the Office of the Dean for GSAS. This individual will manage operations and provide administrative support to the units of the Graduate School of Arts and Science (GSAS), especially the Office of the Dean, to ensure smooth functioning of the Dean’s office and GSAS. Serve as a liaison with various departments and administrative offices within GSAS, the University, and with the Senior Leadership Team, including the President and Provost; communicate with internal and external contacts on behalf of the Dean. Lead and participate in various special projects for Dean as required. Manage budgets, reimbursements and purchasing and ensure adherence to University financial policies and procedures. Assist the Dean with preparation of reports and projects; conduct research and prepare background and briefing materials.
The Senior Research Network Engineer provides programming and software and systems engineering support for the dedicated High Speed Research Network (HSRN) and High Performance Computing (HPC) infrastructure, in alignment with NYU’s research computing infrastructure which includes new state-of-the-art HPC clusters, an investment to research cloud for bursting HPC jobs, and a dedicated High Speed Research Network. This position is involved in the scope, design, build and maintenance support of the HSRN and HPC in order to enhance the capabilities of Research Technology’s Artificial Intelligence, Cloud Computing, HPC, and Immersive resources and service portfolios. The Senior Research Network Engineer works to extend the HSRN to Internet2 connectivity, in order to enable researchers to fully utilize the HSRN and HPC resources. This role develops tools and processes that can be scaled and shared by IT and NYU faculty researchers, furthering investment in critical research partnerships and research projects. The Senior Research Network Engineer works closely with NYU IT teams to align the operation and configuration of the recent research infrastructure investments with the needs of research faculty and research groups at the university. Duties will include, but not be limited to, capacity planning, monitoring of network reliability and performance, as well as to provide problem resolution for network components which support the university's research units.
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