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The Incident Response Administrator serves as a member of the Incident Response Team (IRT), located within Residential Life and Housing Services (RLHS), to provide immediate non-clinical crisis and critical incident response to residential students during night and weekend hours. The IRT reports to the Incident Response Manager. The Incident Response Administrator responds to incidents on-site and coordinates with and supports other RLHS personnel and Resident Assistants (RAs), Counseling and Wellness Services, NYU Department of Public Safety, and NYC services including NYPD and EMS to assess incidents as they arise. The Incident Response Administrator provides consultation and support to RAs and other staff in non-critical incident response and conflict resolution. The regular hours for this position are 5:00PM – 2:45AM, four shifts per week, with the team operating 7 nights per week. Regular weekend/holiday coverage is required. Office sites are located in both Manhattan and Brooklyn.
The Program Administrator develops, coordinates, and implements programs and services for the Student Technology Centers (STC) within NYU Information Technology. This position works with the STC team and liaise with other departments and student groups to increase the NYU community’s awareness of the services and events at the STCs. Primary responsibilities include curating the STCs’ Events and Workshop series, and leading the development and implementation of Outreach strategies around social media, newsletters, and other forms of communication. The Program Administrator also manage Space Reservation services, and tours students, faculty, and staff to form relationships for future collaborations. This position supervises 15-20 undergraduate student staff members (Student Technology Assistants), delegating work to them, and collaborating with them on projects. This position reports onsite 5 days a week.
The Associate Director, Marketing and Communications is a local marketing team leader who drives strategic marketing plans for undergraduate enrollment. This role will oversee the day-to-day marketing portfolio and outputs of a team of talented marketers, across 4 practice areas (growth, content, engagement, and pipeline), ensuring alignment and consistency across the prospective student journey. Additionally, the Associate Director will collaborate across two other campus-based associate directors in Abu Dhabi and Shanghai on shared initiatives and ensuring proper support and distribution of resources. The Associate Director will liaise with prospective-student-facing offices, including the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, including the Pipeline division, University Relations & Public Affairs, Visitor Relations and Special Events, School & College Counterparts, and the Office of Financial Aid.
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 Program Manager has wide-ranging responsibilities for ensuring the smooth operation of NYU’s program in Los Angeles, under the guidance of the Program Director. In this entrepreneurial program, the Program Manager will play a critical jack-of-all-trades role, demanding a proactive spirit, openness to rapid evolution and adaptation, strong attention to detail, and willingness to take on tasks large and small as circumstances require. The incumbent will manage access to and use of NYU’s space in Los Angeles, to include liaising with the building and residence management on facilities-related issues; coordinate and support orientation, move-in and move-out for students using NYU housing; assist students with a range of issues and connect them to appropriate local or remote resources; work with the Program Director to manage the program's budget; oversee hiring and supervision of student workers, and complete other duties as assigned. This is a full-time position located at NYU’s program office in Los Angeles. Evening work may often be required, and standard work hours for the position may start later in the day.
NYU’s Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity available for an Assistant Director of the Berkley Center for Entrepreneurship. The Assistant Director will manage the Berkley Center’s communications strategy and develop engaging, timely, and relevant print and digital content for the department’s website and online platforms. The Assistant Director will also devise strategies to foster a vibrant community centered around entrepreneurship, technology, and innovation and will lead community building and outreach efforts. The selected candidate will provide operational, tactical, and logistical support for all Berkley Center programs, services, and events, execute communications strategies that build awareness of the Berkley Center’s role as a vital hub of entrepreneurial activity, and regularly compile and analyze data pertaining to the program’s impact.
Housekeeping Attendant's objective is to maintain the building's cleanliness and deliver special services as directed by the Housekeeping Supervisor or Facilities Manager.
The Curator for the 80WSE Gallery is responsible for furthering the gallery’s pedagogical and artistic missions through the generation and production of contemporary and historical exhibitions, experimental projects, and student shows. Programming for the gallery’s 3,500 foot exhibition space and satellite spaces in the Broadway and Washington Square windows is produced in collaboration with faculty and students, supporting the aims and activities of the Department of Art and Art Professions. The Curator is responsible for the gallery’s operations and supervises a Gallery Registrar/Manager, an Exhibitions Coordinator, and a small team of student employees hired as part-time Gallery/Curatorial Assistants. This is a fixed term role.
The Programs Administrator, Special Programs, will split their time providing administrative support to the Administrative Management Council (“AMC”) and the Office of University HR ('UHR'). The AMC support will consist of analysis and organization of processes and communications for the AMC. Monitor expenditures; act as administrative liaison for the AMC with other University offices; interpret and apply University policies, practices, and procedures to address various administrative matters while partnering with the elected officers of the AMC. The UHR support will consist of support for Benefits billing and full support for the UHR recognition program events.
Counsel students on academic, career, and personal matters for the Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions. Advise current and prospective students regarding matriculation, registration, and goal-setting. Attend recruitment and marketing events. Develop and run reports in PeopleSoft. Lead the New Student Seminar and provide advisement support to several programs according to the needs of the department. Respond to inquiries concerning the School, department, and program offerings.
The Department of Chemistry at New York University is seeking a talented Graduate Progam Administrator to provide guidance to the department's graduate students and faculty with regards to administrative matters and non-academic advising. Advise prospective and current graduate students of requirements, courses, policies and procedures. Assess student academic progress and identify eligibility for special academic support. Oversee administrative process for the departmental graduate admissions process, registration, graduate course scheduling, record keeping/ database management, and graduation. Assign graduate students and adjunct hires to teaching assignments according to the policies of the Department and GSAS. Maintain website sections that pertain to the graduate program. Coordinate events related to the graduate program including graduate student recruitment, orientation, seminars and job fairs.
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