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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 Director of Alumni Relations, Arts and Science plays a significant role working with the Senior Director of Alumni Relations, Arts and Science to increase and maintain alumni engagement through various means of communication, programs, and events. The Assistant Director is responsible for the execution of the department's strategic direction and day-to-day support of the FAS Alumni Relations Office. The Assistant Director collaborates with the CAS Advising and Deans Offices on alumni-student programming and initiatives, and is responsible for managing several College Alumni Association Board volunteer committees. The Assistant Director works closely with the University Alumni Relations team on communications and related events and also helps the FAS Development staff to identify and cultivate prospects through interviews, profiles, and online features.
UDAR encourages work-life integration for our employees, therefore this position is eligible for a hybrid work arrangement.
Arts and Science is seeking a talented Senior Laboratory Technician to join the College Core Curriculum. This individual will serve as a technical resource in the lab on the use of specialized equipment. Provide technical assistance with laboratory experiments under guidance for a variety of undergraduate courses in the areas of physics, chemistry, biology, anthropology, and neuroscience. Prepare and set up laboratory experiments; test experiments; monitor laboratory operations and troubleshoot problems. Perform routine maintenance and basic repairs for a variety of scientific equipment.
Involved in comprehensive and general assistance type office work for several professors as their primary responsibility. Incumbents support centers, institutes, committees, programs and/or conferences where he/she functions as the interface between staff and professor; typically performs moderate work within the center May support programs and institutes, however, skills and involvment required are on par with center work detailed above and not similar to support provided by grade 10s responsible for centers. Moderate budget responsibility, typically budget monitoring and expense reconciliation. 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. Assist with the prioritization of office activities and delegate to and monitor work of student and/or casual employees. Compose letters and correspondence. Perform general word processing, spreadsheet and data entry duties utilizing intermediate-level functions. Monitor moderately complex budgets and/or grants.
We currently have an exciting opportunity for an Administrative Aide supporting the Department of Technology, Operations and Statistics. The selected candidate will 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.
NYU's Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for an Associate Dean of Career Services to set strategy and lead Stern's Office of Career Development. The central goal is to ensure that the team works together to ensure that MBA students and alumni secure opportunities that align with their career interests and needs.
The Associate Dean of Career Services spearheads efforts to identify, cultivate, and steward new corporate relationships and deepen existing ones. They will also ensure that MBA students and alumni receive advice and coaching on career interests, resume preparation, interviewing, negotiating, job search strategies, etc. with the goal of helping them to secure offers for positions of interest.
The Associate Dean of Career Services will also oversee reporting as well as competitive analyses that ensure that the office is continually identifying and implementing best practices.
In 2014, NYU launched the Production Lab to increase support and resources for its creative community, particularly those transitioning from the classroom to the media & entertainment industry. The Production Lab (Lab) is an industry-oriented space for creatives from many distinguished NYU programs to connect (including Tisch School of the Arts; Stern School of Business, Steinhardt, and SPS, among others) in the pursuit of creative careers. The Lab positions NYU at the forefront of entrepreneurial arts education and interdisciplinary experiential learning, which is required to successfully take on the emerging jobs in media and entertainment, as well as related creative industries. The Deputy Director oversees the day-to-day management of the Production Lab, a 3,400 sq. foot creative content and career development space, managing its full-time staff, cadre of student employees, and related administrative functions. They also are responsible for the Lab’s close working partnership with the Wasserman Center for Career Development and the shared programs between each. The Deputy Director develops and leads, in concert with the Academic and Executive Directors, and relevant university stakeholders, the business and employer relationship development strategy, designed to increase experiential learning opportunities available to students while at NYU as well as post-graduation employment opportunities for NYU alumni. The Deputy Director is also responsible for, in partnership with Academic and Executive Directors, University Development and Alumni Relations, and relevant university stakeholders, the development, execution and day to day management of the Lab’s philanthropic cultivation and stewardship activity. NYU's Global Programs & University Life organization is committed to being a welcoming campus community that reflects and enacts the values of inclusion, diversity, belonging, equity, and accessibility that inform academic excellence. Employees in this organization are expected to contribute to diverse, equitable, inclusive, and accessible learning and working environments for our students, staff, and faculty.
The NYU Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for an Associate Director, Planning and Academic Assessment, in our Undergraduate College (UC). The Associate Director will develop and manage the reporting, analysis, assessment and data visualization functions, work with leadership on key strategic data-related projects and conduct research on areas of priority for the UC. The Associate Director will identify trends, generate reports examining areas such as student success. The Associate Director will develop complex queries in UDW+, conduct in-depth statistical analyses and construct new / maintain existing Tableau dashboards. They will design, administer and analyze student experience and learning assessment surveys and will conduct in-depth statistical analyses of survey results. The Associate Director will also manage the Course Faculty Evaluation process for undergraduate courses, and oversee processes for the Stern Program for Undergraduate Research (SPUR), a UC Dean’s Office academic initiative. The Associate Director will interact and present results of analyses to leadership and faculty. They will also represent Stern UC on the University Student Data Operating Committee.
NYU's Global Programs & University Life organization is committed to being a welcoming campus community that reflects and enacts the values of inclusion, diversity, belonging, equity and accessibility that inform academic excellence. Employees in this organization are expected to contribute to diverse, equitable, inclusive and accessible learning and working environments for our students, staff, and faculty.
Serve as liaison with UDAR, alumni affinity groups and steering committees, as well as senior stakeholders, including faculty, other university administrators, and employers across NYU's global sites. Implement effective and efficient career development programming geared toward alumni. Develop programs to provide experiential learning opportunities for students and alumni. Develop mentorship opportunities for and with alumni. Oversee the Violet Network. Coach individual alumni on career development. Support the efforts of fellow team members to connect employer partners with alumni and vice versa. Provide input in determining budgetary needs and with assessing program effectiveness.
The Director of Nurses Improving Care for Healthsystems Elders (NICHE) a national program of the Rory Meyers College of Nursing oversees the strategic planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of all NICHE programs. The Director serves as the lead faculty for the Leadership Training Program. Collaborating with the Executive Director NICHE, the incumbent designs, evaluates, and implements relevant research and program evaluation projects, and improves the portfolio of teaching programs to further the goals of NICHE. Serves as a partner and subject matter expert to align strategic goals and program operations to maintain and grow NICHE market share and its reputation as being the gold standard in geriatrics care. Some degree of travel required.
Answer mental health hotline, managing high risk situations, utilizing crisis intervention skills, and providing referrals for concrete resources. Conduct remote clinical assessments with students to evaluate seriousness of presenting problems, providing in the moment support and developing appropriate treatment plans.
Consult with faculty and school administrators and respond to special needs of diverse global student population.
Hours: up to 14 hours weekly (hours of operation Monday - Friday 9am- 7pm, Saturdays 9am-5pm)
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