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New York University, Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for an Assistant Director of International Programs. The selected candidate will work on a collaborative team to develop and manage Stern's Undergraduate College International Business Exchange program (IBEX), and short-term global study programs. The Assistant Director will advise students participating in these Stern programs, and promote Stern students' involvement in these programs, as well as the NYU Global study away campuses and sites.
Reporting to the Director of the Global Diversity Education and Faculty Engagement with additional supervisory oversight from the Director for the Center for Multicultural Education and Programs (CMEP), the Assistant Director for Global Diversity Education and Training develops, implements, and assesses education, training, and other learning initiatives for the Office of Global Inclusion, Diversity, and Strategic Innovation (OGI) and CMEP (within OGI) that enhance and create an inclusive campus environment, supportive of global inclusion, diversity, belonging, equity, and access (GIDBEA) through an intersectional approach—centering the needs of historically marginalized communities). The Assistant Director will also research and develop innovative and intersectional content and curricula for workshops and trainings for faculty, staff, administrators, and students; manage student leadership programs for CMEP; supervise student staff; manage program/event, education, and leadership programs budget; develop educational campaigns via social media, graphic design, newsletter, website, etc; serve as a resource for historically marginalized community members; and support the day-to-day functioning of CMEP and broader education across the OGI in the absence of the Director for Global Diversity Education and Faculty Engagement. The aforementioned responsibilities are done in collaboration with key stakeholders at the University within administrative and academic units.
The College of Arts and Science is seeking a dedicated Assistant Director to join Preprofessional Advising. This individual will oversee prelaw support services for the Preprofessional Advising Center, including prelaw programming and one-on-one advisement for prelaw students; assist with the Preprofessional Advising Center’s broader support for NYU’s preprofessional student population; provide general academic advisement to cohort of new College of Arts and Science students each academic year. Provide general and academic advising and related services for preprofessional students and alumni of the university. Collaborate with department staff to develop office policies and procedures.
Facilities project management, including independent management for some projects. Represent Facilities in Law School Events working group, coordinating with AV/IT, catering, cleaning vendors, and Public Safety for any VIP guests. Manage properties billing for maintenance and utilities and accounts, and supervise the process of payments to outside vendors/consultants. Maintain accurate records in terms of space management database as well as financial transactions for renovation projects and faculty housing. Supervise installation and service visits for faculty housing.
The GSAS Master's College at New York University is seeking a dedicated Administrative Aide I to 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. Assist with the prioritization of office activities and delegate to and monitor work of student and/or casual employees. Compose letters and correspondence. Perform general word processing, spreadsheet and data entry duties utilizing intermediate-level functions. Monitor moderately complex budgets and/or grants.
Under the direct supervision of the Director for Research and Laboratory Safety, the Radiation Safety Officer (RSO) is responsible for establishing and executing management, technical, and operational functions of New York University’s (NYU) Radiation Safety Program to ensure compliance with Federal, State, and NYU Enterprise-wide regulations, policies, procedures and professional standards of practice. The RSO assures effective utilization of resources and provides leadership direction in the day-to-day operations and personnel management of the Radiation Safety Program, and is able to manage, identify, and resolve unique situations and issues with wide implications for NYU by applying technical health physics knowledge and experience in the field. The RSO provides Radiation Safety oversight and ensures compliance with rules and regulations governing the handling and use of radioactive materials, radiation producing equipment, laser producing equipment, and high-powered magnets. Recommends, designs, implements and evaluates radiation and laser research protocols, training and monitoring programs, inspection standards, safe work methods, decontamination procedures, and radiological emergency procedures. The RSO communicates effectively and works to motivate key individuals, including principal investigators, clinical personnel, researchers, students, etc. to practice appropriate radiation, non-ionizing radiation safety in the performance of their work. Additionally, NYU’s RSO maintains open lines of communication with regulatory officials and serves as area expert before, during, and after regulatory surveys or inspections
Under the direction of the Manager of HVAC, oversee and direct the preventative maintenance operational needs of the HVAC Shop. Direct and manage HVAC Mechanics and related trades, contractors, and clerical staff; arrange HVAC operations relating to special events. Consult with school personnel and facilities/building managers to establish priorities and level of service within budget constraints. Ensure work performed by the HVAC Shop adheres to NYC building codes and University policies (e.g., schedules, noise control, cleanliness of site, etc.) Participate in architectural and engineering planning for new projects as required. Manage HVAC Shop in absence of Manager.
The Center on International Cooperation (CIC) has a portfolio of 25+ grants (~$10M) from international government agencies, foreign foundations, and domestic foundations. The Grants Manager will support all grant management functions as part of a two-person Grants Manager team. The Grants Manager will oversee pre-award, post award, and award closeout administration for all grants associated with the Center. Act as a key advisor on all grant management tasks and support program leads on reporting needs. Coordinate all CIC grant reporting, including consolidating program documents, budget documents, and institutional approvals. Work closely with NYU’s OSP (Office of Sponsored Programs) to ensure proposals are processed and signed in a timely manner. Ensure that grant reporting is completed in a timely manner, including the coordination of internal deadlines for program and financial reports. Collaborate with program leads to ensure grant deliverables are completed with a timeline satisfactory to funder grant agreement. The Grants Manager is also the point of contact between CIC and SPA (Sponsored Programs Administration) in order to ensure that grant reporting tasks are approved within NYU’s internal systems. This position is also the point of contact between CIC and administrative officials at funder organizations, with support from the Director of Finance and Operations.
SHIFT: Thursday - Monday 7:00AM - 3:00PM
As a key member of our NYU-POLY team, Maintenance Mechanics are responsible for keeping our properties in top-notch physical condition, inside and out. A typical day could include plumbing, electrical, fire alarm system maintenance, basic drywall; touch up painting, and appliance repairs, maintaining refrigeration, chilled water, and air conditioning equipment; boilers, and ventilating and hot water heaters;, pumps, valves, piping and filters; other mechanical and electrical equipment; cooling tower maintenance plus preventive maintenance and repairs. Addressing any maintenance issues and reporting to the Chief Engineer and Director of Facilities regarding issues when necessary.
Financial Analyst, Exhibitions is responsible for a wide variety of activities associated with the planning and implementation of an ambitious Exhibition and Public Programming schedule. Provide financial support to the department and perform integral financial planning. Develop and manage Institute's fiscal year and project budgets, generate fiscal reports, conduct trends' analysis and prepare forecasts, assess accounts' status and feasibility of moving forward with projects; ensure all financial transactions conform to ISAW policy. Manage the implementation of rigorous exhibition time-lines from project conception to completion. Manage gallery and gallery store operations including a group of part-time gallery attendants and docents and e-commerce store; liaise between Exhibition Director and digital marketing firm overseeing press outreach for exhibitions. Plan and coordinate ISAW annual newsletter and news blog.
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