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Position will support the day-to-day activities of the NYU Tandon Office of Records & Registration. Responsible for creating, updating, and maintenance of course data and room scheduling. Ensures data and records are accurate and updated in a timely fashion. Liaises with Tandon and NYU offices to address inquiries, and concerns. Resolves scheduling, student registration and records issues. Interprets and communicates academic, registration and enrollment policies and procedures. Identify areas for improvement and works to make changes to enhance Records & Registration service, efficiencies and effectiveness. Supervise administrative staff and student employees.
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, and equity that inform academic excellence. Administrators in this organization are expected to contribute to diverse, equitable, inclusive learning and working environments for our students, staff, and faculty. Lead operations initiatives and activities for the NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development and the NYU Leadership Initiative to ensure that they have the resources, technology, and data to deliver on their mission, assess performance, and understand impact. Direct all aspects of project management, technology, data reporting and analysis, general administration, and process implementation. Work across all student populations and interface with other administrative teams to fully maximize system and process efficiencies. Direct the creation and implementation of operations and processes for new programs as needed. Serve as the point person for data reporting standards to ensure compliance with all associated policies, rules, and regulations. Direct collection, analysis, and reporting of all student data for the Wasserman Center and the Leadership Initiative. Work closely with the Directors to ensure team initiatives are aligned. As a member of the senior leadership team, help Directors and their staff devise and measure student learning outcomes. Work with Directors to support financial management, processes, and budgeting. Assess and recommend new career service vendors to offer cutting-edge resources to students across populations. Oversee the data systems and software and management the implementation of new systems as needed.
NYU's Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for a Director, Academic Affairs & Advising. The Director will direct all aspects of academic affairs and academic programming across all new and existing graduate programs including overseeing academic and program operations for all MBA, dual degree, and MSA programs. The Director will evaluate, develop, and recommend new policies and programs to support the student academic experience and manage all academic progress across the graduate programs. The Director will represent the department at key internal and external meetings, lead the advising function for all new programs and curricular enhancements, provide executive summary reports, closely manage student requests, and supervise and develop employees. The Director will also assist the Senior Associate Dean with special projects.
Under direction of the Director, manage facilities operations including renovation and construction projects; coordinate resolutions of all facilities related issues for the Student Health Center (SHC). Maintain inventory control system for supplies, furniture and equipment. Monitor and ensure compliance to SHC safety and security procedures and assist in development of safety training programs in accordance with accreditation standards and regulatory agency requirements. Serve as SHC Safety Officer.
Reporting to the Director of Operations & Administration, this position is an essential team member with a 100% on-campus requirement. Manages and coordinates daily operations, including events and space reservations, facility service requests, ID card operations, and access requests. Develop and implement quality assurance systems and operational policies and practices that identify service level inconsistencies while working closely with counterparts in Facilities, Academic Departments, IT, Media Services, Academic Affairs, and other University partners. Ensure effective execution of classroom events, activities are successful and that the safety and security of faculty, students, facilities, and equipment is realized. Manages competing priorities and takes a lead in troubleshooting operational complications.
Develop internal and external communication tools, messages, and materials—including print and electronic publications, website content, social media, campaigns, public relations materials, marketing, and other related materials—in support of Student Health Center projects and initiatives and its diverse audiences (including but not limited to NYU students, Profiles, faculty/staff, and SHC staff). Collaborate and coordinate with SHC and broader University constituents to generate, maintain, and disseminate student health and wellbeing-related content across University communication channels. Manage requests for SHC involvement in orientation and outreach events. Conduct communications-related research and assessments to inform and improve decision-making around communication strategies and effectiveness. Manage the day-to-day operations and logistics of the Communications Office.
Provide full-cycle recruitment support for technical/IT roles with assigned clients, including developing innovative recruitment and sourcing plans, screening candidates, interviewing candidates, and recommending candidates for hire. Coach and counsel internal applicants to help them compete effectively for transfers and career progression opportunities within the university. Engage in a full range of activities that produce a pipeline of candidates for job vacancies in advance of need.
The Associate Director of Admissions and Financial Aid manages the integrated delivery of Admissions and financial aid functions for NYU GPH programs while assisting with development of overall strategy. The Associate Director collaborates with senior leadership on Admissions and financial aid goal setting, planning, and process development; ensures that specific tactics are executed in line with overall strategy; manages assigned projects from inception to execution; and develops and monitors Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for ongoing evaluation and improvement. Primarily responsible for oversight of Admissions and financial aid workflows, the Associate Director ensures that daily activities in the Office of Admissions align with the school's strategic recruitment goals; identifies and elevates potential problems impeding pursuit of those goals, and offers data-driven suggestions for ongoing improvement.
This position will provide legal counsel and support to the University's schools, colleges, portal campuses, global sites, and administrative areas. The Office of General Counsel seeks a litigator with strong client counseling skills to support and collaborate with the Student Affairs, Litigation, and Employment practice group, primarily focusing on counseling and research related to student affairs and representing the University in litigation, agency, and other legal disputes arising out of student issues, as well as general litigation matters. This attorney will have primary responsibility for certain legal matters and will support more senior attorneys in the office on other matters, requiring both the ability to independently manage all aspects of a litigation or other legal matters, as well as the ability to contribute as part of a team. This position has the opportunity to work closely with members of the University community and requires a collaborative, mission-oriented approach to counseling. The position may supervise, on a project basis, outside counsel, legal assistants, paralegals, and interns.
Primarily responsible to manage compliance in EPA and OSHA programs. This may include: HazCom, Lab safety, hazardous and universal waste management, lead and asbestos management, water quality, NYC Right-toKnow Law compliance, safety training, and grants review. Occupational Health and Safety programs. Manage and maintain all relevant records and ensure that all appropriate records are filed with the relevant regulatory agencies. Conduct hazard assessments and provide training to ensure University is in compliance with federal laws and regulations.CC, USTs, ODS, Lead Management and Asbestos Management. (Subject to change as the University EHS needs grow).
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