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Provide advising throughout the financial aid process to prospective, new and current students and their families. Provide positive direct client services to students, by ensuring compliance with federal, state, and university aid application processes. Help inform and problem solve for students to enable them to fund their NYU education. Educate students on the steps and impacts of their financial aid during and after graduation.
The Institute of French Studies at New York University is seeking a dedicated Administrative Aide II to perform a wide range of clerical, secretarial and general office duties including those of a confidential nature. Prioritize office activities and delegate work to student and/or casual employees. Respond to inquiries displaying a comprehensive knowledge of the departmental offerings and policies. Interact with the prospective faculty and act as NYU contact/liaison. Interact with University personnel including those at the senior level regarding specific issues and problems. Customize and/or compose letters 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. Monitor complex department budgets and/or grants.
We currently have an exciting opportunity for an Administrative Aide supporting the Annual Giving Team and its fundraising efforts in the Development and Alumni Relations Office. The selected candidate will interact regularly with donors, answering alumni giving related email and phone inquiries, coordinate department programs and logistics and provide customer service and support to students, administrators, and faculty. The incumbent will be responsible for calendar management; scheduling, travel and event coordination; drafting correspondence; tracking budgets; updating web pages; processing reimbursements and special projects as needed.
The Senior IT Risk Analyst reports directly to the Associate Director, IT Risk Management and supports the development of the Cyber Risk Management Program's method: which includes collecting, processing and analyzing data from technical and/or business operational areas to perform security risk assessments, reviews and consultations. The Senior IT Risk Analyst designs risk assessments, defines risk analysis methodologies, maintains a risk register, and is responsible for expanding the use of the online governance-risk-compliance platform to send questionnaires and receive responses for mapping to various regulatory requirements, to NYU policies, and, produce online executive status dashboards. The Senior IT Risk Analyst trains and guides new staff, consultants and students.
The Center for Neural Science at New York University is seeking a dedicated Budget Assistant to coordinate the preparation of budget reports, contracts and grants. Maintain complex financial and budgetary spreadsheets; record expenditures and/or payments ensuring they are posted to proper accounts, apply calculations to data and tabulate. Establish financial records and files and ensure that they are maintained and updated on an ongoing basis. Initiate and respond to various types of inquiries regarding financial policies, procedures, deadlines, etc. May assign and review work of and train a small group of student and/or casual employees.
Manage multiple simultaneous operational projects for the Employee Systems Management team. Partner with HR, Finance, IT and other University groups to drive each project to success. Lead all aspects of a project, from start to finish, and ensure that project targets and milestones are met. Create and follow an operational plan for completing the project; monitor progress and performance against the project plan; take action to resolve problems and minimize delays. Secure and oversee the resources and activities required to complete each project. Facilitate meetings to define, design and execute projects. Ensure project documentation, including requirements, design, test cases, training and migration, are thorough and properly approved. Conduct meetings, prepare reports and give presentations to communicate the status of the project to governance committees and stakeholders. Escalate issues to appropriate leadership for resolution.
Complete processing of Department of Buildings (DOB) filings for applicable construction projects to ensure approvals and work permits are obtained to allow construction to proceed on schedule. Meet with NYC DOB officials to obtain final approvals for issue of Place of Assembly Permits (PA) and Certificates of Occupancy (C of O) for NYU buildings to ensure buildings have met all New York City Regulatory requirements and are safe to occupy. Advise consulting architects, engineers, general contractors, subcontractors and expediting consultants and NYU Project Managers as to their responsibilities for sign-off on official documents. Defend complex projects that have been objected to by city regulatory agency examiners.
Provide advising throughout the financial aid process to prospective, new and current students and their families. Exercise independent judgment in the management of operational details of financial aid processes involving direct interaction with students. Provide guidance and communication to students accordingly. Review incoming financial aid application and any supporting documentation needed to determine the accuracy of the financial and household information reported on the FAFSA.
The College of Arts and Science is seeking a talented Assistant Director to manage the first year experience. The Assistant Director will develop and execute programs to support and engage first-year students from the moment they are accepted into NYU through their first year on campus, and to prepare them to transition into the second year and beyond. The Assistant Director will manage the virtual advising process, working closely with Academic Affairs and CAS IT to ensure successful registration of incoming students. This position is also responsible for overseeing the College Leader program, which includes managing the recruiting, hiring, training, and supervision of 45-50 student leaders who serve as orientation leaders and mentors/instructors to incoming students throughout the year. The Assistant Director will conduct trainings and provide support to professional advising staff of 25-30 to ensure first-year class of roughly 1500 students is supported, as well as cultivate and maintain relationships with partners across campus, including Admissions, Wasserman Center for Career Development, NYU Leadership Initiative, the Office of Global Inclusion, Diversity, and Strategic Innovation, , Proud to Be First, and Academic Achievement Program. The Assistant Director will also serve as an academic advisor within the CAS Advising Center, assisting students in designing and executing their graduation plans.
In partnering with the Managing Director of Public Affairs, the Associate Director for Arts Communications amplifies NYU’s extensive arts enterprise by consulting with university leaders on the strategy, content, and outreach for arts communications across the Office of Public Affairs. This role also provides key guidance for priorities to OPA's press officers, multimedia storytelling team, central social media team, and print publications team. The Associate Director also serves as senior public relations and communications officer for the Tisch School of the Arts, the Steinhardt School’s departments of Music and Performing Arts and Art and Arts Professions, the Center for Ballet and the Arts, the Division of Libraries, the Kimmel and Gallatin Galleries, and related provostial initiatives. For arts communications for those schools and departments, and in a leadership role for press officers, the Associate Director guides campaigns and initiatives, manages media requests, pitches to both internal and external outlets, creates content for university platforms, and provides faculty and administrative clients with ongoing media training. The Associate Director also provides leadership support to the managing director for the general administration and management of the OPA public affairs team.
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