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Manage grant preparation and submission of a P30 application for a New York University Resource-based Center for Musculoskeletal Biology and Diseases (NYURCMBD) to the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases (NIAMS). Write and prepare grant proposal, provide guidance and assistance in budget preparation and interpretation of NIAMS regulations and requirements; review proposal for compliance with policies, regulations, procedures, and facilitate documentation requirements. Assist Principal Investigators and Core Directors in preparing grant proposals, budget preparation and interpretation of funding agency regulations and requirements; review proposals for compliance with policies, regulations, procedures, and facilitates documentation requirements. Advise and assist department with process and compliance issues related to funding agency regulations and standards, oversee adherence to university administrative, fiscal, and accounting policies and procedures related to grant proposals. Analyze and review grant budgets for compliance with policies, funding agency requirements, and appropriate accounting protocol and procedures. As subject matter expert, respond to all grant budget inquiries from within the University and federal and non-federal sponsors.
The Office of General Counsel is seeking an Associate General Counsel to provide legal counsel and support to the University's schools, colleges, portal campuses, global sites, and administrative units, in the areas of employment law (both international and domestic), employee benefits, immigration matters, and university governance and policy. The Associate General Counsel shall serve as point of contact for all global employment-related legal matters. Responsibilities include researching, analyzing, and advising on employment and labor-related laws and regulations; advice and counsel on employment-related matters including, but not limited to hiring employees, employee discharge, employment practices, policies, investigations, agency matters, and employee benefits; representing the University in employment claims and litigation, including supervising outside counsel; representing the University in agency charges (e.g., NLRB, EEOC, OSHA, DOL, NYSDHR, NYCCHR); advising on University policy relating to university governance issues relating to faculty matters, immigration, and benefit laws; and providing advice on labor issues in connection with union grievances and arbitrations.
The NYU School of Professional Studies is seeking a qualified individual who will report directly to the Dean of the School and serves as chief enrollment and student success officer for NYU SPS. Duties includes strategic planning initiatives related to admissions, enrollment marketing, financial aid and student success and retention. The incumbent is responsible for the creation of a strategic, goal-oriented, and measurable strategic marketing and enrollment plan to attract the appropriate number, quality, and mix of students. This position will oversee the student life cycle from recruitment through alumni engagement and future lifelong learning initiatives. Ensure that SPS leadership is engaged in order to achieve program-specific net tuition revenue and enrollment targets. Incumbent is responsible for related administrative systems for admissions and financial aid, student information, student advising, and communications and marketing. Direct the assessment of student success and implement procedures to ensure accountability and sustainability. Promote program mission and vision within and outside of NYU. Oversee analysis of admissions and enrollment data and prepare presentations and recommendations to SPS and University leadership. Serve on the SPS Senior Leadership Team. Represent SPS on University-wide committees.
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 Vice President, Advancement Communications and Marketing will develop the strategic marketing and communications plan for all of UDAR, with a focus on gift solicitation and recognition. This role will create, lead, and direct a comprehensive content and multi-platform communications strategy and direct marketing plan that enhances the reputation of UDAR and NYU. Other efforts include:
- Leading UDAR’s communications efforts with high end donors, the President’s office and the Board of Trustees
- Strategically develop and direct a broad content strategy focused on traditional and digital channels (web site, mobile, online communities, video blogs) determining both the level and type of content
- Direct a team to create engagement with alumni, parents, donors, prospects and friends on all social media accounts and serve as content strategist for social media accounts around UDAR
- Lead all fundraising communications initiatives, including the development and execution of principal and major gift proposal strategies and materials
- Chart a course to develop better “client” relationship management with donors, parents, and alumni all along the Continuum of Engagement by mapping the lifecycle of our “customer” from prospect to applicant to student to alumnus/donor in order to capture relevant information/relationships
- Serve as a senior level interface with NYU's senior department heads and directors on communications initiatives to ensure needs are met in a way that accrues to the UDAR brand
- Direct and expand UDAR’s reputation by reshaping the way we capture, translate, and promote alumni and donor information
- Serve as key point person in the new brand positioning roll out to ensure all programs embed messages consistently and better leverage multimedia to bring our brand to life
- Develop and implement proactive, strategic media plans to increase program and donor visibility, including conceiving story ideas, pitching ideas to appropriate press members
UDAR encourages work-life integration for our employees, therefore this position is eligible for a hybrid work arrangement.
The Senior Project Manager serves on major HR administrative systems projects, ensuring overall accountability for the successful completion of the projects. The work performed includes developing and managing detailed project plans, status reports, stakeholder presentations and responsibility for identifying and resolving issues. This role manages the relationship between the project team and different stakeholder groups, resource planning, and appropriate representation of different functional and technical areas. The Senior Project Manager develops a project plan to ensure appropriate transition to operational status and successful hand-off. The individual in this position works with project owners to define project scope and timeframes, to develop project charter and project plans, budgets and resourcing requirements. This role consults and advises stakeholders on budget implications, and develops related performance metrics and standards. The Senior Project Manager also supports and advises the Solution Lead for HR Projects, the Vice President of Human Resources, and other senior management in the overall management of the project portfolio.
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In partnership with the StudentLink Management Team, conduct complex research and analysis of data relating to the StudentLink Center that will inform departmental strategies. Generate routine and ad hoc reports, data and charts that would assist in the design and implementation of recommendations and solutions in an effort enhance the student experience. Identify trends and opportunities for improvement. 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.
Manage day-to-day activity of assigned clinics, ensuring patient records are completed, encounter forms are tracked for billing, and fees are collected; develop new office guidelines and procedures; ensure patient care is delivered in a timely and appropriate manner; collaborate with dental students and faculty to resolve patient problems; authorize special payment arrangements and approve discounts; supervise staff, and administer budgets.
New York University School of Law has an opportunity for a Design Assistant in its Office of Communications. The successful candidate will assist in the production of various publications including the alumni magazine, brochures, e-newsletters, programs, and posters and the daily maintenance of the NYU Law Website. Must be very organized, detail- and deadline-oriented, and able to juggle priorities in a rapidly shifting environment. Excellent writing and verbal skills are necessary where the candidate will work closely with administrators and faculty.
Perform a wide range of clerical and general office duties, including maintaining database records of design projects, uploading, organizing and tagging photography in a digital asset management system, preparing and archiving photographs for news stories and other pages on our website, coordinating with print vendors and departments, scheduling photo shoots, liaising with photographers, art buying and research, assisting with social media and video efforts, magazine mailing list management, budget administration and tracking, including processing invoices and purchase order requisitions. Respond to inquiries displaying a comprehensive knowledge of the department’s activities and policies. Liaising and troubleshooting with internal IT office. Construct desktop publishing documents, including layout and integrating text with graphics. This is a clerical position, not a graphic design position.
Supervise and ensure safe and efficient operations for Theatrical Production Costume Shop including costume construction, and maintenance of facilities, equipment and materials. Implement planning, budgeting and purchasing. Maintain schedule for production-based goals and evaluate progress. Facilitate technical development and competence of student staff in use of equipment, costume construction, troubleshooting and repair methods. Establish and enforce appropriate safety procedures.
The Preston Robert Tisch Institute for Global Sport in the School of Professional Studies (SPS) at NYU is seeking an Administrative Aide II to perform a wide range of clerical, secretarial and general office duties including those of a confidential nature. This individual 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.
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