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The Dean's Office for the NYU Gallatin School of Individualized Study seeks an 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. May act as work leader to junior clerical support staff. Respond to inquiries displaying a comprehensive knowledge of the department's activities, policies and programs. Interact with the general public as NYU liaison and with University personnel including those at the senior level to resolve issues and problems. Customize and/or compose letters on own initiative or 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.
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 Residential Life Administrator (RLA) lives on a floor in an undergraduate academic center and serves as a role model, peer counselor, resource and referral person, advocate, policy enforcer, programmer and leader for a diverse group of U.S. and international students, including students from all three degree-granting campuses (NYU New York, NYU Abu Dhabi and NYU Shanghai), first-year students in Liberal Studies program, and upperclassmen in the DC Global Leadership Scholars program. The RLA is expected to be aware of and support the goals and objectives of NYU Washington, DC and New York University including an institutional commitment to diversity and inclusion. Under the supervision of the Residential Life Coordinator and Program Manager for Student Life, RLAs are expected to assist in the development of community, facilitate dialogues around topics of inclusion and diversity, engage students through various programming, and foster a safe and inclusive community that is conducive to the academic and personal growth of residential students. RLAs provide support in emergencies and times of personal stress, documenting and reporting incidents impacting the wellbeing of residential students. This is a part-time (approx. 25 hours per week), live-in position based in Washington, DC during the academic year (August-May). RLAs are expected to be sufficiently available in the hall to respond to emergency situations that may arise and to maintain frequent contact with residents. A staff member who is not on duty and who plans to leave the hall for more than a 24-hour period (i.e., weekend) must notify and/or obtain prior permission from the Residential Life Coordinator.
The Desktop Support Analyst I serves as a dedicated IT support agent for the Desktop Support Service Level Agreement (SLA) clients. This position is responsible for troubleshooting and resolving technical issues with SLA endpoints and smart devices. The Analyst I serves as a liaison on behalf of the client with IT service partners, and escalates and tracks progress on tickets requiring tasks completed by other IT department groups.
Manage and execute all administrative and operational functions for the academic program. Supervise and mentor program staff and provide administrative support to the Program Directors. Advise Program Directors and Department Administration on matters that affect the academic program. Manage budgets, donor funds, grants and work closely with the Department Administration on special projects. Collaborate with and offer cross-program support for projects and initiatives involving other academic programs within the department.
The School of Professional Studies (SPS) at NYU is seeking an Associate Dean and Chief of Staff to serve as a member of the School's leadership team. This position will report directly to the Dean, and will work collaboratively with and serve as the Dean's designate to other Deans, NYU's President, Provost, as well as trustees, faculty, students, and other constituents. This professional will implement the School's strategic planning process, oversee the SPS Office of Strategic Marketing and Communications; contribute to the development of the School's growth and branding strategies; direct a broad range of high-level, inter-department projects and develop and manage strategic initiatives around fundraising and alumni affairs.
The Division of Programs in Business (DPB) within the School of Professional Studies (SPS) at NYU is seeking a Program Administrator to manage day-to-day administrative functions of noncredit program(s). The Program Administrator will meet departmental needs including assisting with the development of office policies and procedures. Oversee adjunct faculty appointment and payment. Resolve faculty issues or concerns related to non-credit program(s). Specifically, address questions around NYUSPS policies and procedures, course scheduling, course preparation, etc. Analyze faculty and course data, produce detailed faculty and course reports, and provide recommendations for course and faculty needs across the noncredit program(s). Collect, analyze, and make recommendations based on student feedback data in order to determine student satisfaction. Advise students on issues such as curriculum requirements, course selection, registration, and career exploration. Plan and implement special student programs including prospective student outreach events and new student orientations. Attend School and University sponsored marketing events, information sessions and/or seminars to promote programs to prospective students. Develop and supervise staff, office support and student employees; Make recommendations for hiring, promotions, salary adjustments, and any other change of status.
This position will be located at 11 W 42nd St.
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.
This is a two year fixed term role. The Program Manager will work with students interested in careers devoted to creating positive social change to better prepare them for the jobs of tomorrow. The Program Manager's primary responsibility will be to develop experiential learning programs that provide future changemakers with tangible experience to leverage as they enter the job market. Another key responsibility will be to offer career coaching to students interested in social impact, helping provide exposure to job opportunities and guidance on structuring project-based sustainable careers. Helping foster interdisciplinary collaboration among students and their peers will be a key strategic objective of the role. Building students’ capacity to adapt and respond to change, incorporate and respect diversity, and solve problems thoughtfully and creatively will be important in achieving that objective. This position will embody a partnership between the Wasserman Center for Career Development and the School of Arts and Science, Gallatin School of Individualized Study, Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, Silver School of Social Work, and the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development to amplify career resources for changemakers and position NYU as a leader in career development for students to make social impact.
The Division of Libraries at New York University (NYU) seeks a Reference and Instruction Associate in the Reference Services Department, which resides in the Teaching, Learning and Engagement sub-division. This position will provide a variety of reference and instructional services to library patrons in person and remotely. This position also assists in the cordination of reference services, including scheduling in-person and virtual services, managing the reference collection, and assisting with content development for departmental website, online research guides, and other instructional materials (e.g. tutorials). This position will also participate in committees, working groups, and various special projects as assigned, that support the Division of Libaries' values of inclusion, diversity, equity, belonging, and accessibility.
Applicants will have availability Mon-Thu, 12pm - 8pm and one weekend day with some flexibility for a hybrid work schedule when not staffing the desk.
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, Special Events, is a member of the Special Events team, whose goal is to cultivate and steward major donors and prospects through high-level events in collaboration with colleagues across UDAR. The Assistant Director is responsible for the strategic planning and execution of all logistics related to the implementation of 30+ high-level development and stewardship events on and off campus in New York City, in the US, and around the world as well as supporting team events. This role works closely with the Director of Special Events to build an events engagement strategy that supports UDAR’s fundraising and stewardship goals, as well as manage event budgets and marketing. The position requires travel (both domestic and international). The ADSE is a strong and organized project manager who will ensure that events are successfully executed to the highest caliber and meet rigorous standards of excellence.
UDAR encourages work-life integration for our employees, therefore this position is eligible for a hybrid work arrangement.
The Office of Advising for NYU Gallatin School of Individualized Study seeks a Class Adviser to counsel approximately 400 Gallatin students including first year and transfer students with the goal of enhancing their academic experience and retaining them as students; develop strategies to ensure that students are able to complete degree programs; provide advisement, monitor academic progress; discuss requirements and electives, evaluate and approve degree requirement petitions and time limit exceptions for program completion, identify and provide resources for students at risk. Collaborate with and support primary academic advisers in working with their advisees. Ensure that students receive timely and appropriate academic advice. Assist the Assistant Dean of Advising in developing workshops to support the academic program, foster community, and encourage student leadership. Collaborate with the other Class Advisers and the Offices of Student Services and Student Affairs on graduation, orientation and other school-wide events. Teach one course per academic year.
NYU is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to a policy of equal treatment and opportunity in every aspect of its recruitment and hiring process without regard to age, alienage, caregiver status, childbirth, citizenship status, color, creed, disability, domestic violence victim status, ethnicity, familial status, gender and/or gender identity or expression, marital status, military status, national origin, parental status, partnership status, predisposing genetic characteristics, pregnancy, race, religion, reproductive health decision making, sex, sexual orientation, unemployment status, veteran status, or any other legally protected basis. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, persons of minority sexual orientation or gender identity, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply for vacant positions at all levels.