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Work closely with the Tisch School of the Arts Assistant Dean of Finance on strategic planning for all aspects of the revenue and financial aid budgets. Perform modeling analyses on tuition and other revenue- related areas in preparation of multi-year financial plan. Prepare and manage financial aid budget, including creating systems for tracking revenue and donor scholarships over time. Analyze and synthesize student data for enrollment management purposes. Create projections, charts, reports and presentations to brief senior staff, chairs and administrators. Train and manage a direct report with primary responsibility for grants, production awards, fees and other sources of income.
This is a grant funded position that operates 10 months per year. Provide therapeutic dental services that support promotion of good oral health; perform preliminary oral examinations and prophylactic treatments; gather and record new patient information; take intra-oral, digital and traditional radiographs, and provide information to patients on their health status to help them develop and maintain good oral health. Treatment will be provided to children located in New York City public schools.
The Communications Manager provides strategic planning and oversight of high-visibility or high-impact strategic university communication plans and oversees the delivery of senior leadership communications on behalf of the Digital Communications Group and University Relations and Public Affairs. Reporting to the Senior Director, the Communications Manager is a skilled communicator, technologist, and project manager, with a creative approach, attention to detail, and the ability to coordinate complex dynamics and numerous projects’ deadlines, all with the capacity to build consensus amongst key stakeholders and fellow team members. As a tech-savvy communications professional, this position oversees and executes the planning, content development, design, and delivery of targeted strategic digital, print, and marketing communications in coordination within fellow team members and university partners ensuring consistency of messaging and branding to key constituencies across the globe. Additionally, this position manages one full-time employee responsible for the delivery of senior university leadership communications and strategic guidance of Digital Communications’ analytics service.
Oversee, plan and coordinate all aspects of the NYU Game Center’s annual game incubator program, including providing production guidance and mentorship to current incubator teams, maintaining relationships with incubator alumni, and raising the public profile of incubator projects. Recruit and coordinate industry advisors to the incubator, including advisory board members and executive producers. In coordination with the Industry Liaison, manage programming for the Center of Excellence in Digital Game Development (CoE) and oversee the department’s industry-facing relationships and communications. Raise awareness of the Game Center and the creative work of Game Center students and faculty through event & conference coordination, social media and mass communication tools. Build partnerships within the games industry, game-adjacent fields, and other stakeholders; represent the Game Center at industry events. Plan and execute programs for students and incubator participants that foster a sense of community within the Game Center.
University Development and Alumni Relations (UDAR) is dedicated to soliciting the private funding necessary to support the strategic goals of the University in teaching, learning, and research. The personnel of UDAR work university-wide as well as within individual schools and colleges of the University to discover, motivate, cultivate, solicit, and steward alumni, parents, faculty, and friends for immediate, long-range, and future financial support, through gifts and pledges to the University, for critical operations such as student aid, faculty support, academic and research program development, and facilities and infrastructure. UDAR's endeavors raise funds for immediate University use and also for the University's endowment.
The Assistant Dean of Development serves as a senior-level Lead School Fundraiser (LSF) for NYU Silver working in close partnership with the Silver Dean. Reporting into NYU’s University Development and Alumni Relations (UDAR) office and to the Dean of Silver, the Assistant Dean is responsible for developing a portfolio of prospects with the capacity to make 6, 7, and 8+ figure gifts. The Assistant Dean is directly responsible for raising $3-4 million annually with the expectation to increase that each year. Primary leadership responsibilities include supporting the Dean's major and principal gift strategies and activities, with a strong emphasis on the Dean's top ten donors and prospects. Work in partnership with the Dean to manage the Dean's Council, including agenda content, membership, recruitment, and retention of members. Provide senior-level expertise, partnership and collaboration in support of an interest-based, donor-centric assignment and fundraising approach. The Assistant Dean is part of a larger team who all have the opportunity to raise money across the University, including Silver. Serve as a content expert on Silver's key funding areas and functions as an ambassador and advocate for Silver's philanthropic priorities. Budget responsibilities are specific to Silver development expenses, supported by UDARs centralized Operations & Finance Team.
UDAR encourages work-life integration for our employees, therefore this position is eligible for a hybrid work arrangement.
Perform a wide range of clerical, secretarial and general office duties including those of a confidential nature. Respond to inquiries displaying a comprehensive knowledge of the department's activities, policies and programs. Interact with the general public as NYU liaison and with University personnel including those at the senior level to resolve issues and problems. Respond to all department inquiries including those related to affiliation agreements and health clearance, schedule appointments, etc. Compile student/faculty materials, maintain and update department databases, track progress of affiliation agreements and health clearance for all applicants. Research and resolve routine and non-routine issues for the department, apprise supervisor of particularly complex or sensitive matters. Prepare and disseminate correspondence between the College of Nursing and all health clearance agencies. Prioritize office activities and delegate work to student and/or casual employees. Customize and/or compose letters on own initiative or 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. Maintain and secure confidential department records and files including verifying and auditing health clearance records.
The NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing is one of the leading nursing programs in the country. The College enrolls over 1500 students in both baccalaureate and graduate programs. The College employs 68 full time faculty, approximately 150 part time faculty, 47 administrators, 52 research/training staff, and 20 administrative support staff. The Director of Human Resources will direct the delivery of human resource services to all employees of the College of Nursing. Responsibilities of the position include employee relations, recruitment, compensation, performance management and staff development. The Director is responsible for interpreting and communicating federal and state employment laws, university HR policies and collective bargaining agreements. As a member of the senior management team, this position participates in strategic planning initiatives with college leadership.
The Events Administrator at NYU Wagner will be responsible for: (a) assisting with the running of School-wide signature events including event space scheduling, space set-up, and technology coordination; (b) serving as a consultant to internal Wagner units and groups to help plan and execute School-wide, student-facing, and recruitment-related events; (c) managing fully virtual and hybrid events, including all technological elements (e.g., live streaming); (d) overseeing Wagner's event proposal form, as well as the supervision of related events registration and ticketing pages.
Manage Bern Dibner Library's general-purpose technology infrastructure, providing desktop and laptop support to public and staff users. Set up and maintain processes and workflows to keep workstations, laptops, and peripherals documented, well inventoried, and operationally secure. Hire, train, manage and coordinate a student technical team to maintain a fully functional computer environment that is adaptive and responsive to changing user needs. Strong customer focus, flexibility to resolve urgent issues, and understanding of computer technology in education environments are essential. This position reports to the IT Client Services Manager n the Dibner library while adhering to processes and workflows set by the Division of Libraries (DoL) IT Client Services for procurement of hardware and software, responding and tracking of user tickets, managing system images, and implementing endpoint management and security. *The typical annual salary for an incumbent IT Client Services Supervisor is $70,000, and we look forward to discussing your salary expectations during the recruitment process.*
*The IT Supervisor would work Sunday's through Thursday's from 1PM to 9PM*
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