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The Director of Admissions is charged with attracting, recruiting, selecting and matriculating a diverse incoming class of high caliber students to the NYU Wagner Graduate School of Public Service. Reporting to the Assistant Dean of Marketing and Enrollment Management, the Director will develop, grow and evolve an integrated, data-driven admissions strategy and deliver actionable analysis to drive the business through enrollment management.
The Director of Admissions and Financial Aid is responsible for: a) overseeing and directing all admissions functions, from recruitment to operations and evaluation. Manages the Admissions team, ensuring efficiency, driving quality control, providing a high-level of customer service, and enrolling high quality students across the Wagner educational offerings; b) providing expertise in cross-functional data and information systems, analyzing data, and developing and presenting ongoing reports outlining critical information for the full portfolio of programs at NYU Wagner for various stakeholders; c) providing strategic leadership around the management, collection, and analysis of school-wide admissions data to inform decision-making and consult on financial aid strategy; d) consulting in the management and awarding processes of a multi-million dollar financial aid portfolio; e) collaborating with administrative and faculty leadership on new and continuing initiatives; f) working with central University units to share information and ensure best practices; and; g) representing NYU Wagner to the University and other institutions regarding admissions and financial aid.
As a professional firmly rooted in digital marketing and communications, and equally versed in both the established and emerging digital platforms, this role is expected to anticipate and identify digital media trends before they are accepted in the mainstream. Through a background in performance marketing and content management, a demonstrated record of success, and a desire to advance change in one of the most operationally significant (by budget, audience, and activity) marketing operations in higher education, this role is responsible for the institution’s top-funnel growth for undergraduate enrollment.
Reporting to the Director of Marketing & Communications, this person will be a data-driven marketer who directly manages integrated lead generation strategies (including vendor management, strategy development, creative execution, and assessment), and oversees the full-funnel digital journey for prospective students in a transnational context using a broad spectrum of tools (web content management, e-mail, social media, video, paid media, search engine optimization, etc).
NYU is an institution committed to diversity, inclusion, belonging, and equity, and this role will engage with our representation work on a global scale.
NYU's Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity available for a creative Educational Technologist with experience in media production and/or graphic design. A key member of the Learning Science group at the Learning Science Lab, the Educational Technologist designs effective learning experiences. With a focus on student-centered learning, the Educational Technologist works with Stern’s world-class faculty members to develop the most innovative online and face-to-face courses. The Educational Technologist applies emerging technologies and methods to continually enhance the quality of business school education for Stern’s students.
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.
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.
Serve as the School's chief officer for student affairs including oversight of student advisement, career development, counseling and wellness, registration, disciplinary hearings and grade appeals, special events, orientations, and graduation ceremonies, student clubs and student government. Develop and manage school-wide student affairs policies and procedures, and communications related to student affairs. Develop and administer a comprehensive program of academic, career, and student support services, activities and events committed to student growth and development. Direct the Steinhardt Honors programs, New Student Seminars, and student awards. Maintains close partnerships with key University Offices including the Health Center, Financial Aid, Career Services, Admissions, Housing and Student Life. Ensure best practices and alignment of programs to the diversity of student needs.
The School of Professional Studies (SPS) seeks an individual to serve as the Associate Director of Graduate Degree and Contuning Education Programs for Management and Technology for the Division of Programs in Business. This individual will participate in strategic/academic planning and policy/curriculum development; recruit and hire qualified adjunct faculty to teach courses; oversee the scheduling of courses, market the program, and assist in recruiting students.
The Systems Architect plays a critical role in a modern enterprise application development team, being a trusted advisor to business partners, working with product owners and product designers to determine system scope, and developing scalable and sustainable solutions efficiently using the latest and best-in-class technologies and standards. This position works closely with business partners to define system scope, to determine the technical constraints the system being developed will have, and ensures that the design needs are addressed. The Systems Architect also ensures that any needed adjustments to the software design and architecture are addressed in collaboration with technical teams so that the new functionality is smoothly integrated with the existing application’s architecture. As the liaison the individual in this role facilitates excellent communication between business owners and project teams is critical for the creation of a successful operating model. This role designs holistic software solutions using microservices architecture, modern technologies, current best-practices, and emerging solutions such as machine learning and AWS environment. The Systems Architect is well versed in hands-on development to translate ideas into solutions to meet business goals. This position develops and implements high-level and low-level technical design documents, standard operating procedures and user guides to ensure that systems support the organization's business requirements and meet the needs of end-users. The Systems Architect is responsible for ensuring that all development (custom or others) meets institutional requirements for high availability, redundancy, security, and performance. The person in this role researches solutions for software, hardware, business processes, machine learning, and other emerging technologies. In addition, the Systems Architect is responsible for requirements gathering, code construction, testing and deployment and apply the same methodologies, like Agile, DevOps or Rapid Application Development.
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Provide four-handed chairside assistance to dental students. Instruct dental students and dental assistant students in techniques and utilization of four-handed dentistry and infection control. Perform tests; assist with preparing dental castings, dispensing medications and instructions, and performing minor dental and surgical procedures; ensure safe use, disposal, and storage of chemicals or hazardous materials. Maintain patient files and charts. Serve as clinic receptionist and clinic cashier. May assist with training and reviewing work of student and/or casual employees.
Answer mental health hotline, managing high risk situations, utilizing crisis intervention skills, and providing referrals for concrete resources. Conduct remote clinical assessments with students to evaluate seriousness of presenting problems, providing in the moment support and developing appropriate treatment plans.
Consult with faculty and school administrators and respond to special needs of diverse global student population.
Hours: up to 14 hours weekly (hours of operation Monday - Friday 9am- 7pm, Saturdays 9am-5pm)
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