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The Program Administrator for the Institute for Public Knowledge will be responsible for overseeing programmatic, administrative, and co-curricular activities and communication, and will serve as the principal coordinator for IPK’s collaboration with other units across all of NYU’s campuses.
The purpose of the position is to provide legal counsel and support on a variety of corporate, transactional, governance, and compliance matters for the University. The position will be responsible for drafting, reviewing, and negotiating a wide range of contracts; managing corporate transactions including reviewing and coordinating execution of documents and filings; advising on compliance with applicable laws and regulations; developing policies, procedures, and standard forms; and supporting University governance.
In addition to general contract and transactional work, specific areas of responsibility will include:
Investment Management: The position will be the main legal point of contact for the University’s Investment Office and endowment and will provide support for the full range of NYU’s investment activities in coordination with outside counsel. Responsibilities will include reviewing proposed investments (e.g., private equity, hedge fund, and real estate) and investment management, brokerage, custody and non-disclosure agreements as well as related subscription documentation and providing governance and policy support.
Global Matters: The position will be a main legal point of contact for legal matters relating to the University’s global sites as well as other international initiatives and activities across the University including partnerships, affiliations, exchanges, joint programs, and research activities. The position will handle a diverse assortment of legal matters relating to the global sites including contract review; compliance and regulatory issues; corporate governance; licensing and accreditation; employment and labor; real estate; litigation; and tax. The position will liaise closely with local counsel in the various countries where NYU operates.
Compliance: The position will advise on a host of regulatory, compliance, and risk management issues affecting a complex, global research University, including with respect to healthcare, privacy, research, licensure, and accreditation. This position will have a particular focus on global compliance issues including foreign gift reporting, trade sanctions, and export control.
Corporate Governance: The position will support governance for both the University and its affiliates including organizing and attending Board and/or committee meetings, taking meeting minutes, preparing agendas and resolutions, coordinating government filings, liaising with auditors, and providing legal guidance on relevant topics.
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.
Develop, coordinate, and implement programs and services for the Center for Student Life comprised of more than 300 student organizations that are allocated funding by the Student Activities Board, a committee of Student Government, and advised by graduate student staff and professional staff in the Center for Student Life. Advise student leaders, student clubs and organizations on club management and leadership issues, and assist with club retention and student organization success. Make recommendations and referrals for intervention and assistance as appropriate. Develop and implement related trainings, assessments, and communications for club leaders and advisors in partnership with other University stakeholders. Supervise graduate student employee.
The Budget Office in the School of Professional Studies is seeking an individual to serve as a Budget Assistant. Responsibilites include coordinating the preparation of budget reports, contracts and grants. Maintain complex financial and budgetary spreadsheets; record expenditures and/or payments ensuring they are posted to proper accounts, apply calculations to data and tabulate. Establish financial records and files and ensure that they are maintained and updated on an ongoing basis. Initiate and respond to various types of inquiries regarding financial policies, procedures, deadlines, etc. May assign and review work of and train a small group of student and/or casual employees.
Manage Finance and Business Operations business operations for New York University's Office of Veterinary Resources (OVR), including acquisitions (animals, facility/veterinary equipment, facility repairs, animal facility technician staffing during shortages, database management services), operating and grant budgets, and stock control (facility animal care and veterinary supplies). Ensure budgets, facilities, and telecommunications/information technology services meet the needs of animal facility users, the offices of the Faculty of Arts and Science Dean and Fiscal Services, and federal and state animal welfare regulatory requirements.
The NYU Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for an IT Technician to join the Information Technology Department. The selected candidate will provide ongoing technical support to permanent information technology and media installations, perform skilled maintenance and extensive equipment repair, troubleshoot equipment problems in the field, operate a variety of specialized equipment, and consult with client employees on IT/media requirements and capabilities. The IT Technician will also assist with training of student and/or casual employees and assist with training of junior technical support staff.
Perform a wide range of clerical, secretarial and general office duties including those of a confidential nature. Respond to inquiries displaying a comprehensive knowledge of the department's activities, policies and programs. Interact with Finance team, students, staff of the Office of Student Affairs, and with University personnel including those at the senior level to resolve issues and problems. Process requisitions for Student Affairs, schoolwide and other events, as well as for other purchases, in university procurement system. Follow through to ensure timely payment. Interact with vendors as necessary to obtain accurate information for payment and processing. Process reimbursement requests. Monitor UDW reporting system to track expenses and revenue. Modify and/or create databases and complex spreadsheets. Monitor complex department budgets.
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).
Organize and implement programs and initiatives to support NYU’s sustainability and social justice goals. Areas of focus include but are not limited to greenhouse gas emissions, energy, water, waste, purchasing, construction and renovation, food, and transportation. Manage and facilitate projects as directed to meet unit goals, targets, and metrics and in accordance with departmental priorities and budgets. Compile data and perform reporting as needed to support project work. Assist with special projects and events. Collaborate constructively with other NYU stakeholders, and communicate clearly about NYU sustainability with members of the NYU community and the public. Direct student employees and/or volunteers as required.
The Manager, Talent Development works with key stakeholders to develop and execute a robust development strategy to ensure that Finance and HR talent have a clear development pathway for enhancing their careers. This role will be responsible for 1)identifying the frameworks by which policies, processes, systems and skills are developed and 2) guiding Finance and HR administrators across the university to the tools and resources they need to be successful in their functions and careers. Leads the development of required training, and works closely with subject matter experts to meet the training needs of target audiences. Manage multiple training projects across Finance and HR areas in partnership with functional subject matter experts that result in high quality content and resources for employee development. Keeps abreast of new techniques and innovations in the development and career management fields. Establish career frameworks utilizing the finance and HR competencies as a foundation for career paths, development plans, and individual career development
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.