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The Assistant Dean, Finance and Administration is a strategic partner of NYU Wagner’s leadership team, the chief financial steward for the school, and the leader of administrative support services. The role will identify, mobilize, and ensure that the School’s faculty, staff, students, and other constituents receive high quality administrative support in compliance with University policies and procedures.
This role reports to the Dean, with aspects of joint accountability to the Chief Financial Officer of the University on matters related to financial and budgetary responsibility as well as risk management. This role is responsible for: School-wide strategic initiatives that advance the mission of NYU Wagner and the University; financial and budgetary management; research administration; compliance and risk management; human resources; facilities and operations, and faculty affairs administration. This includes: a) developing and implementing short-and long-term strategic plans to meet Wagner’s mission and priorities; b) creating financial models and systems for budgeting, forecasting resources and allocation, management reporting, metrics, and variance analysis to optimize fiscal and operational effectiveness; c) managing all financial and accounting operations including operating budget, endowments, gifts, sponsored research, and management-designated funds; d) overseeing the HR function at the School; e) developing and implementing strategic plans, administrative systems, and procedures for maintaining and improving the quality of faculty affairs administration; f) directing real estate, construction, renovation and refurbishment projects, from design to completion, and monitoring space usage; and g) overseeing a team of staff that support these various functions.
Serve as a ‘Tier 2’ resource for customers of the NYU StudentLink Service Center to diagnose and resolve in-person more complex client inquiries and issues related to student billing and payments, financial aid, housing and dining services, registrar services and other defined inquiry categories. Respond to inquiries and resolve issues professionally and courteously displaying a comprehensive knowledge of federal regulations, department and student-related administrative policies and procedures across Bursar, Financial Aid, Financial Education, Global and Registrar (“Home Office”). Partner with appropriate Home Office Specialist (co-located in the StudentLink Center), StudentLink Center Supervisors, Executive Director or other resource including those within other areas (Information Technology, University Human Resources, Student Health Center, Housing, etc.) to bring matters requiring their expertise to a close. Utilize ServiceLink technology to input, track and resolve student issues.
The Director for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) is responsible for managing and providing strategic direction to advance diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives at the College of Dentistry. The director will serve to help craft institution-wide educational excellence expectations around inclusion, diversity, belonging, and equity informed by current research and trends in higher education. The director will develop, implement, and assess diversity initiatives, programming and events for students, staff, faculty and researchers and provide direction to them as needed. The director will also liaise with NYU’s Office of Global Inclusion, Diversity, and Strategic Innovation (OGI) and external partners and stakeholders to strengthen diversity, equity and inclusion at the College of Dentistry.
The Senior Admissions Officer/Assistant Director recruits, evaluates, and participates in the selection of candidates for admission to meet specific enrollment goals that aim to bring in a high-quality and diverse student body. This role is the liaison with all organizations and individuals involved in the admissions process.
Other responsibilities include:
Developing public presentations designed to promote the institution
Advising parents and applicants about educational planning
May possess specialized knowledge in one or more areas of admissions, e.g. international recruitment, diversity outreach, etc.
May have project or program responsibility
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions aims to develop, support, and empower a workforce that reflects the diversity of the students we serve.
The Director, Data Strategy establishes and manages the Division of Student Affairs’ data collection and reporting strategy and the Division’s data governance structure. In partnership with key senior leaders, the Director strategizes, identifies, analyzes, and prepares quantitative and qualitative datasets for Student Affairs units, ensures that large and complex data sources are accurate, connects data sources into the data warehouse and related institution-wide data structures, designs and develops reports using reporting tools like Tableau, and provides data-driven business sets for the Student Affairs Research and Assessment Office for the Division’s assessment portfolio and engagement with compliance bodies (e.g., Middle States). This key individual conducts policy analysis on topics of student life and interests and synthesizes the findings for internal and external audiences. They work with various administrators and faculty on fact-finding, policy development and practical implementation; serve as liaison with other analytical staff at NYU, peer institutions, and foundations on data sharing, research and financial or policy analysis; provide guidance, counsel and information to senior leadership and unit directors throughout the Division.
This role will ensure that units prioritize data integrity and implement data collection strategies that support the Division of Student Affairs in its efforts to promote students’ holistic development while at NYU. The Director requires outstanding data manipulation, visualization and analytical skills, as well as a storytelling mindset, to help key stakeholders make sense of data and use it to drive decision making. They will be skilled in collaborating and communicating with university partners and will directly support units in developing reports, analyzing trends, and offering recommendations to ensure that NYU provides best in class co- and extra-curricular services as part of a comprehensive, holistic student experience.
The Student Services Administrator serves as secondary resource for students, faculty, and administrators of the NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing to diagnose and resolve complex, in-person client inquiries and issues related to all Registrar functions, including, but not limited to, student registration, graduation, academic records and credentials, licensure, and certification. Resolves issues in a professional and courteous manner, demonstrating comprehensive knowledge of federal and state regulations, department and student- related administrative policies and procedures (both at NYU Meyers and those of external licensing agencies). Partner with other offices (Bursar, Financial Aid, StudentLink, School Deans, Advising, NYU IT, Student Health Center, etc.) to ensure inquiries are resolved. Analyze and research degree requirements to develop and maintain appropriate rules. Document and recommend changes to the degree audit system, procedures, and business workflows (both internal to NYU and those connected to external licensing and credentialing agencies). Initiate, lead, and/or participate in special projects. Develop communication and training materials.
Lead the Wasserman Center’s employer and alumni efforts and cultivate partnerships with key external stakeholders in order to increase job opportunities and mentorship relationships for undergraduates, graduates, and alumni. Design and direct experiential learning programs to facilitate students skills and career readiness. and services for the Career Development unit within the Wassermen Center for Career Development. Create and implement programs designed to facilitate and enhance student/alumni career development on and off campus. Direct development and implementation of various events (University-wide, school/department based, industry based, etc.), publicity and publications. Advise students. Oversee on campus recruitment, employer development, and experiential learning teams.
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.
Recruits, evaluates, and participates in the selection of candidates for admission. Maintains liaison with all organizations and individuals involved in the admissions process. Develops public presentations designed to promote the institution. Advises Profiles and applicants about educational planning. Typically responsible for more complex recruitment region or category than Admissions Officer 2. May possess specialized knowledge in one or more areas of admissions, e.g. international recruitment, multicultural recruitment, web-based recruitment, etc. May have project or program responsibility. This position will work specifically on the international admissions team within the Undergraduate Admissions office, and will play a key role in reviewing international applications for admission to NYU.
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.
Provide audio/visual and multimedia support services to the David B. Kriser Dental Center community including minor equipment repair, troubleshooting, installation, event supports, and equipment delivery and retrieval. Operate a wide variety of audio/visual equipment including specialized equipment requiring significant training. Operate equipment during special events. Assist with pre-installation or pre-event surveys and consultation, discussing with customers their audio/visual needs and capabilities and advising them on the equipment that would best meet those needs. Perform routine maintenance and basic repair or equipment.
Forbes has named NYU one of the best employers for diversity in 2020, ranking eighth among U.S. universities. DiversityJobs.com has named NYU a top employer for 2020 for dedication and commitment to building a diverse workforce and culture. The Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption has named NYU an Adoption-Friendly Workplace in the U.S. for 2019.
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