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NYU's prestigious Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity available for an Associate Director of Annual Giving for direct marketing. The Associate Director will play a lead role in managing the development and execution of targeted direct marketing appeals through all available mediums and tracking, analyzing, and reporting their results. Candidate will lead projects from start to finish, working with our partners, launching new efforts, testing, and always improving. Will directly support efforts to identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward our 110,000+ alumni, friends, and parents to increase annual unrestricted financial support as we look to expand our growing pipeline of supporters for Stern’s Graduate and Undergraduate students and programs. The selected candidate will report to the Senior Director of Annual Giving and Donor Relations, and collaborate with Communications, Major Gifts, and Alumni Relations.
Develop and implement fundraising strategies and programs unique to the financial needs of IFA. Direct solicitation and cultivation efforts targeted to Annual Fund; develop and implement fundraising campaigns focused on alumni giving to increase financial donations to IFA's programs and initiatives. Research, develop and execute approaches to individual prospects that focus on interests and issues pertaining to assigned School.
As part of the HR Strategy & Solutions Center team of human resources professionals supporting clients within NYU’s administrative units and the Global Academic Sites, the HR Business Partner works closely with client leadership, HR Centers of Expertise, and business owners to develop innovative solutions and lead initiatives that enhance organizational effectiveness, drive talent strategies, and contribute to the achievement of NYU's vision and mission.
The HR Business Partner serves not only as client account manager to ensure the effective delivery of a full range and scope of human resources services for one or more client groups, but also serves as trusted advisor to senior clients and others on sensitive and/or critical issues that pertain to people and related matters, including:
• Organizational and workforce planning, job design, and change management
• Performance and career planning management
• Compensation and pay strategies
• Employee coaching and development strategies
• Guidance on collective bargaining agreements and other legal and policy considerations.
To meet these objectives most optimally, the HR Business Partner must successfully:
• Assess and diagnose root cause issues and develop relevant solutions to address identified issues, themes and/or gaps, and partner with key resources (internally and externally) to deliver highly effective solutions which directly support and drive necessary business outcomes.
• Contribute to strategy and plan development by supporting University leaders to identify, prioritize and build organizational climate, capabilities, behaviors, structures and processes.
• Ensure high quality delivery of fundamental HR services through meaningful metrics, reports, dashboards, and continuous process improvement, and be a highly ethical, visible member of client and HR leadership teams.
• Be able to understand and leverage a broad range of HR and client organizational knowledge for action planning, issue prevention and strategic initiative implementation.
The Facilities Lead supports the strategic and tactical service delivery of facilities management for the NYU IT organization. This role serves as the IT liaison and project coordinator for all construction, renovation, and relocation projects, which requires planning, evaluating, scheduling, and managing all related needs to ensure the effective and optimal use and stewardship of NYU IT resources (people, budget, plant, and technology infrastructure). This position ensures the optimal utilization of the organization's facilities. The Facilities Lead is responsible for assessing and evaluating the physical space requirements of the organization, and recommending plans to meet needs. The individual in this role ensures the proper functioning of facilities through ongoing inspection and maintenance, and serves as the local project manager for construction, renovation and relocation projects, as needed. The Facilities Lead develops and supervises the inventory management of assets including furniture and furnishings throughout the portfolio. This position evaluates, establishes and manages space utilization changes.
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We demonstrate our core beliefs everyday in our interactions, attitude and performance.
People at the heart of everything we do: We listen to our clients, and colleagues, and use our expertise to anticipate and address their needs.
Create space to innovate: We challenge assumptions and seek out fresh perspectives and new ways of thinking to fuel our productivity.
Right promise. Right delivery: We set clear goals and priorities, and execute with speed and agility to deliver better results.
Share information. Build trust: We engage in open and honest communications that reflect inclusiveness, fairness and respect for each other.
Teams and partnerships work. Boundaries don’t: We collaborate to maximize the value we bring to NYU because our best ideas come from working together.
Insist on excellence: We take pride in what we do, strive to improve constantly and hold ourselves accountable for the results.
The NYU Student Health Center (SHC) is seeking a Per Diem Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner (14 hours per week). Working in collaboration of a psychiatrist, provide high quality patient care to a diverse University community in accordance with established standards and medical ethics, and with policies and procedures of the Student Health Center. Provide high quality direct patient care in accordance with established standards (i.e. current medical and nursing protocols authorized by NY State). Meet students for psychiatric intake evaluations, psychiatric follow up sessions and drop in or walk-in sessions. Assess their problems, prescribe medications, consult with other medical specialists, refer for ongoing treatment as indicated. Prepare and maintain accurate and thorough counseling records. This position will provide high quality psychiatric assessments and treatment of NYU students.
The Student Health Center (SHC) at New York University (NYU) is a dynamic health care service that supports the well-being and academic success of over 60,000 students studying all over the world. The SHC near Washington Square is our main facility for medical services and houses Primary Care, Women’s Health, Medical Specialties, Radiology, Physical Therapy, Pharmacy and more. This site is also home to and integrated with Counseling and Wellness, one of the most robust college mental health services in the U.S.
NYU's Prison Education Program is seeking a Program Administrator to serve as a member of the Prison Education Program (PEP) leadership team. Plan, develop, and implement pre-release and post-release services for students at Wallkill Correctional Facility. Consult with programs and departments at NYU to develop program support and resources and co-sponsor events. Manage student records and develop a system for program evaluation. Consult with community organizations to develop social service agency referrals and resources for PEP students post-release.
In partnership with the NYU IT Data Government Support Office, this position leads all organization-wide data governance activities and will have responsibility for managing the protection of sensitive data and information assets. This individual will have the opportunity to establish the policies, standards, rules, processes and technologies within an ownership / accountability framework to effectively manage NYU data. The Data Governance director serves as a point of escalation for governance and data protection issues and will work closely with business and functional area leadership to improve the quality and value of core structured and unstructured data assets, respond to regulatory protection requirements as well as support the strategic requirements of the department. Provide leadership for the external reporting and survey research functions of the University's Office of Institutional Research. Coordinate with the Institutional Research analysts to respond to ad hoc data needs; survey design; and conducting research on areas of institutional priority. Oversee sharing the work of the Institutional Research Office with the wider community in both written and oral formats, making presentations as appropriate.
The College of Arts and Science is seeking a dedicated Academic Advisor to join the team. This individual will report to the Associate Director of the Advising Center who is charged with providing support to students in their final year who are preparing to graduate. Working closely with the College Cohort Program team, they will conduct assessment and create innovative support programs and services addressing the needs of seniors. Utilizing data regarding persistence and graduation rates, the person in this position will help identify students who may be at risk of not completing the degree and conduct intensive outreach and assistance efforts to help students cross the finish line. Advise and counsel a significant cohort of first-year students, serving as the primary advisor until they declare their major, and remaining as a support and resource person throughout their undergraduate career. Provide overview of curriculum, policies and procedures. Assist with program development and implementation of one of the College's comprehensive academic support programs (e.g. First-Year/Freshman and Transfer Orientation and Advising; Sophomore Cohort President development and selection; Second-year class activities & programming; etc.) to ensure it meets the current needs of students. Analyze data received through student inquiries, market research, and input and recommend new programs and courses to meet changing needs. Assist in the implementation of marketing events to recruit students for admissions into College's Programs, including developing information sessions and open houses, and attending university-wide and external events. Serve as liaison with faculty and other University personnel, and representing the Dean and the College to internal and external constituencies.
Implement a strategic plan to establish, strengthen, and maintain relationships between the institution and employers interested in recruiting graduate students. Assist one or more Associate Directors in the conceptualization, development, and implementation of career development initiatives. Liaise with senior stakeholders, including faculty, university administrators, and employers. With limited oversight from an Associate Director, supervise one or more Career Development Counselors, support staff, and graduate program assistants and interns. Provide input in determining budgetary needs and with assessing programming effectiveness. Maintain a career-counseling schedule with graduate students and alumni.
The Manager, Global Career Development collaborates with The Wasserman Center for Career Development, the Office of Global Programs, global site staff, the Office of Global Services, faculty and School representatives, and the Director for Global Career Development to provide direction and strategic planning for global career development initiatives and programs across the GNU. The Manager oversees matters related to US national students seeking employment abroad and non-US national students seeking employment in the US. This position works in conjunction with unit leaders, develop tools and resources, staff trainings, and perform related tasks.
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, 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.