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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.
We currently have an exciting opportunity for an Administrative Aide in the Center for Business and Human Rights. The selected candidate will coordinate department programs and logistics and provide customer service and support to students, administrators, and faculty. The incumbent will be responsible for calendar management; scheduling, travel and event coordination; drafting correspondence; tracking budgets; updating web pages; processing reimbursements and special projects as needed.
NYU’s Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for a Director, NYU Stern Alumni, Diversity and Inclusion position on our Development and Alumni Relations team. The Director, NYU Stern Alumni, Diversity and Inclusion is an integral member of the management team for Stern’s Office of Development and Alumni Relations and will lead alumni diversity, equity and inclusion efforts within the Stern alumni community. This role will develop, implement and assess diversity initiatives, programming and events for alumni, and build relationships with internal partners and stakeholders across Stern and NYU to strengthen alumni relationships with the School. Determine strategies to generate alumni volunteer participation and work closely with senior members of the Alumni Council, LGBTQ+, Black and Latinx, and Stern Women in Business Alumni Groups. Advise the Associate Dean and Senior Director on recommendations and best practices to ensure responsible diversity, equity and inclusion in development and alumni relations practices.
The Vice Dean of Administration, Finance and Planning is the senior administrative and financial management position with the school that directs all facets and phases of strategic financial management, administrative management as well as risk mitigation. 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. Directs the management of general appropriation, endowment, federal and non-federal grants and contracts, and gift funds. Negotiates and directs all external agreements and contracts for facility usage and employment services. Establishes all internal procedures, identifying short and long-term goals & overseeing allocation of resource to meet priorities. Controlling all expenditures and statement of accounts to ensure regulatory compliance and fiscal integrity. Develops, plans, and directs special projects.
Responsibilities for this role include: - School-wide strategic initiatives that advance the mission of the individual school and the university. - General and Administrative operations (i.e. facilities, IT, human resources, research, and continuous process improvement) - Financial and budgetary management - Research Administration - Compliance and Risk Management Strategic Initiatives/General and Administrative Operations – Accountability to the Dean Oversee planning, administrative policy formulation, and implementation of all operational aspects of the school’s strategic planning activities as well as business operations and management including but not limited to human resources, capital projects, facilities, information technology, quality assurance, public affairs and administrative services, liaising/partnering with appropriate functional units for subject matter expertise. Represent the Dean in a decision-making capacity to the University's central administrative offices. Collaborate with the Dean, other senior academic and administrative leaders, and faculty to ensure administrative policies, procedures, systems and resources appropriately support academic priorities. Finance & Budget Management/Research Administration/Compliance – Joint Accountability to the Chief Financial Officer (the chief financial officer is responsible for providing annual assessment of the incumbent’s performance relative to this area) Provide leadership in the management of financial and budgetary matters for the school including strategic planning, financial analysis and reporting, and financial stewardship. Responsibilities include general financial management, budgeting, and compliance to university and regulatory policies. Provide oversight of financial systems and guidance on related approvals and other financial matters. This position will monitor expense spending against plans to ensure planned resources are available to meet strategic objectives. Serve as the liaison to central university offices in the areas of budget, treasury, accounting & reporting, payroll, risk management, procurement, internal audit and other offices as needed. Ensure appropriate risk management framework to protect the university’s assets.
The School of Professional Studies is seeking an individual to serve as the Service Design Lead (SDL) for the Center for Academic Excellence and Support. The SDL will have primary ownership of the Nexus patron support model and is responsible for building positive patron relations at the New York University School of Professional Studies (SPS). The SDL engages in work to enhance the NYU SPS Learning Ecosystem across the following areas: Learner-Centric Course Architecture; Goal-Driven Technology Adoption; Incubation of Faculty Labs and Initiatives; Learning Data and Research; and Design Sessions and Solutions Events for Internal and External Clients. As the lead service designer and problem solver, the SDL supervises a team of Service Associates to ensure each member of the team provides exceptional customer service. The SDL anticipates emerging service needs and designs/implements processes and protocols to deliver comprehensive, scalable solutions and achieve high-level response times. As a change agent committed to raising service standards, the SDL proactively looks for opportunities to improve the patron experience through the evaluation of team productivity and the analysis of data. The SDL also works closely with the Director of Operations and Learning (DOL), the Director of Research and Development, and the Head of Learning Experience to continuously enhance Nexus support resources and service procedures, and develop creative solutions for the community. Additionally, the SDL is an excellent communicator who applies best practices in service design to mentor and train Service Associates and improve team performance.
As a part of the NYU Dining Team, the Dining Operations Manager ensures that dining operations, in both the NYU Brooklyn and Manhattan Campuses, are aligned with regulatory and operational standards set forward by the university and governing agencies/organizations. The Dining Operations Manager will partner with third party vendors on the repair, maintenance of kitchen equipment and kitchen services to ensure that the dining locations are operating efficiently while holding vendors accountable to agreed upon service levels and NYU’s expectations. The position will be responsible for the procurement of kitchen equipment and smallwares for multiple sites. This position will act as a liaison for the vending program and designated dining operations. Partner with NYU's dining partner to ensure that the dining program is meeting the needs of NYU students, faculty and staff.
TRIUM (www.triumemba.org) is a Global Executive MBA program run jointly by New York University Stern School of Business (NYU Stern), the London School of Economics (LSE), and HEC Paris. The TRIUM Global EMBA has an exciting opportunity available for an Executive Director. In collaboration with the TRIUM Vice Deans’ Board and the Academic Dean and Directors, the Executive Director will lead and direct TRIUM’s overall strategic planning and execution and liaise with the Academic Dean on all matters relating to academic and overall quality of the program. The Executive Director will direct the development of sophisticated analyses to inform strategic decision making and make recommendations for improvement. The Executive Director will also lead and develop TRIUM staff in all non-academic areas of the program (marketing, recruitment, admissions, operations and program delivery, alumni and careers, finance, technology), and collaborate globally with colleagues in supporting departments in partner schools.
The NYU Student Health Center's Counseling and Wellness Services announces the availability of five postdoctoral psychology fellowships (appointment period: September 1 - August 31). Our clinic offers training with a multidisciplinary team of psychologists, social workers, psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, case managers, and nutritionists. We provide brief psychotherapy and group psychotherapy for a diverse population of undergraduate and graduate students from across the US and the world, as well as crisis intervention in our Wellness Exchange walk-in clinic. Opportunities may also be available for outreach events with the NYU community. Training includes: Weekly seminars, supervision, staff meetings, and case presentations.
Please submit your application through the NYU HR portal.
Only online submissions will be accepted.
Preference will be given to those that submit all materials (resume, cover letter and three letters of recommendation) between Nov 29, 2021 - Jan 10, 2022.
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Provide high-level programmatic support to meet the evolving strategic objectives of the Department of Epidemiology. In collaboration with Department Chair, manage academic, administrative, financial operations for the Department of Epidemiology at the NYU School of Global Public Health (GPH). Plan, coordinate, and lead student support and enrichment activities for the Epidemiology department in collaboration with other academic programs within GPH. Plan, develop, and implement new and existing Epidemiology programs and programming infrastructure in support of the School’s academic mission. Oversee academic administration activities including academic and curriculum management. Provide post-award financial management, oversee financial activities of the departmental faculty’s research portfolios. Serve as administrative liaison with other school and university departments and offices and supervise office staff. This is a 24 Month Term Position.
Direct key BLS&C environmental, health and safety programs, staff and training content. Ensure overall compliance with local, state and national including EPA and OSHA, including program consultation and policy. Manage BLS&C budget and finance activity related to the University’s environmental, health and safety programs.
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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