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Work directly with NYU Steinhardt's academic and administrative departments to create digital content. Work with Steinhardt's communication, web, and marketing teams to help create and deploy integrated communications solutions for a variety of audiences, including prospective and current students and faculty, alumni, donors and funders, and external thought leaders.
Working collaboratively with the School of Global Public Health (GPH) academic programs leadership, manage the smooth operation of the Undergraduate and Doctor of Public Health Programs (DrPH), including, but not limited to, supporting online degree offerings and certificate programs and ensure School and University standards and guidelines are maintained. Plan, coordinate, and lead student support and enrichment activities for the PHPM department in collaboration with other academic programs within GPH. Plan, develop, and implement new and existing Undergraduate and DrPH Programs programs and programming infrastructure in support of the School’s academic mission. In collaboration with Department Directors, oversee the daily administration of all academic activities, including office procedures, oversight of student databases, and ensuring the effective management of program processes. Manage international programs, courses and events, including travel logistics for faculty, staff and students. Counsel and advise students on degree requirements. Meet with prospective students, attend and oversee recruitment events. Conduct needs assessments and surveys, analyze data, and make recommendations for process or service improvement. This is a 24 Month Term Position.
Manage business operations for New York University's Office of Veterinary Resources (OVR), including acquisitions (animals, facility/veterinary equipment, facility repairs, animal facility technician staffing during shortages, database management services), operating and grant budgets, and stock control (facility animal care and veterinary supplies). Ensure budgets, facilities, and telecommunications/information technology services meet the needs of animal facility users, the offices of the Faculty of Arts and Science Dean and Fiscal Services, and federal and state animal welfare regulatory requirements.
The Associate Director for Finance and Planning is a senior administrative and financial management position reporting to the Vice Provost for Research's Director for Administration on matters related to financial and budgetary responsibility in all facets and phases of research finance.
Manage UHC Physical Therapy services including evaluating and marketing services provided.
Provide leadership and strategic planning for the academic advisement team in Communicative Sciences and Disorders. Plan, manage and direct administrative activities related to student advisement and retention. Interpret applicable student and University policies and procedures, course and plan, implement and administer agreed-upon goals and objectives. Evaluate and revise department policies and procedures in light of program requirements and development. Manage escalated cases to do with student performance, and other issues. Plan and implement orientation activities. Facilitate seminars and events that enhance the academic experience and professional development of graduate students. . Develop internal communication strategies for the advisement team and serve as the primary advising contact with Distance Education Partners, 2U. Interface with appropriate University offices and departments to represent the advising team and ensure CSD’s advisement practices are in line with developments taking place in the School and University; forge new collaborations across the University to benefit CSD graduate students.
Respond to urgent and emergent situations with students and provide counseling and crisis intervention, including being available for 24-hour on-call rotation (some shifts include alternative work schedules with weekend coverage). Conduct clinical support sessions and risk assessments via phone, Zoom and in-person, assessing students' emotional wellbeing and psychiatric needs; develop and implement appropriate responses including immediate hospitalization and/or referrals to other University medical and mental health care offices. Follow-up with students, their health care providers and families and appropriate University administration to monitor the progress of students' treatment and recovery.
The Project Director supports information technology for the Offices under the purview of the Vice Provost for Research (OVPR). This position is responsible for developing information management systems and software support for these departments. It also develops strategic plans for upgrades and maintenance of software applications in conjunction with OVPR leaders. This position assists with electronic submission of research proposals and shares information about system and process changes. The individual in this role extracts, integrates, and manipulates data to create reports and dashboards, analytical datasets in response to requests and needs from the research team, researchers, and data warehouse. The Project Director directs the implementation, deployment of research enterprise applications, grants management tools, and systems and internal data warehouses to support the strategic research mission across the Offices of the Vice Provost for Research at New York University. The incumbent is responsible for working closely with principal investigators, central and school-level research administrators, and fiscal, HR, and compliance officers to provide sponsored project data management support for proposals, awards, and compliance aspects of research projects that feed data warehouses sourced for reporting and dashboards utilized for operations, decision making, and benchmarking.
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NYU's Leonard N. Stern School of Business has a challenging opportunity for an Assistant Director, Communications on the Public Affairs team. The selected candidate will be responsible for the publishing of Stern's digital content to multiple online distribution points including the Stern website, social media channels and digital signage system. The selected candidate will coordinate editorial content flow from multiple sources (such as faculty research, Stern marquee events, alumni profiles, Stern news, student stories) to digital platforms. The selected candidate will also monitor web and social media interactions and encourage engagement among audiences through proactive campaigns, as well as assist with proactive media relations.
NYU's Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for an Assistant Director of Executive Education. This position will support the marketing, design and delivery of the group's non-degree programs. Responsibilities include developing marketing strategy, executing marketing campaigns, updating and maintaining the executive education website, managing projects and relationships with advertising, creative and other external agencies, publishers and vendors and conducting market and competitive research in an effort to enhance the school’s executive education brand and drive traffic, registrations and enrollment in non-degree executive education programs. Additionally, the candidate will work closely with the group’s account managers to support lead generation, prepare proposals, and maintain robust relationships with existing and prospective clients. Finally, the selected candidate will assist with management of designated programs including interfacing with participants and faculty as well as administrative teams from other areas of the school and partner institutions, on-campus support staff and outside vendors.
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