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We currently have an exciting opportunity for an Administrative Aide supporting the Department of Technology, Operations and Statistics. 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.
The Director of Nurses Improving Care for Healthsystems Elders (NICHE) a national program of the Rory Meyers College of Nursing oversees the strategic planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of all NICHE programs. The Director serves as the lead faculty for the Leadership Training Program. Collaborating with the Executive Director NICHE, the incumbent designs, evaluates, and implements relevant research and program evaluation projects, and improves the portfolio of teaching programs to further the goals of NICHE. Serves as a partner and subject matter expert to align strategic goals and program operations to maintain and grow NICHE market share and its reputation as being the gold standard in geriatrics care. Some degree of travel required.
Recruit qualified candidates for non-exempt and exempt positions typically up to mid-level management: consult with supervisors to define job requirements and successful employee profiles by which to evaluate candidates' suitability for positions. Assist supervisors with creating or modifying positions, typically with specific accountability for non-exempt and exempt positions up to mid-level management. Interview supervisors and employees to document or identify changes in responsibilities. Advise supervisors and employees on routine to moderately complex employee relations matters in an effort to contain and minimize work place disruptions and problems; Advise supervisors on ways to effectively manage employee relations and on the constructive discipline process. Supervise full-time office support and part-time student employees. Implement and assist Senior Director with formulating initiatives for staff development program; assess departmental training needs and employees' skills and make recommendations. Plan, schedule, and conduct workshops. Assist with developing training materials.
Manage and execute day-to-day technical operations for the Collaborative Arts and the Open Arts programs, including all technology, media, audio and video systems, IT, fabrication lab, equipment needs. Develop and implement operational policies and practices. Create learning materials and train faculty and students on all equipment and technology. Attend and manage all technical support for program events and projects. Stay up to date on developments in the industry and make recommendations for new equipment, hardware and software platforms that will be necessary to support the academic needs of the department. Supervise equipment inventory, purchase, repair, maintenance, and distribution. Serve as department liaison for NYU IT and manage computer hardware and software for office staff, classrooms, and faculty: troubleshoot and solve IT related problems. Act as liaison with other School, University and industry offices; interpret and apply University policies, practices and procedures to address complex administrative matters; Supervise staff and students.
Provide the first level of customer service to patients of the University Health Center clinic, from greeting and routing patients to record maintenance and cashier duties. Maintain patient appointment books.
Perform a wide range of clerical, secretarial and general office duties including those of a confidential nature. Prioritize office activities and delegate work to student and/or casual employees. May act as work leader to junior clerical support staff. Respond to inquiries displaying a comprehensive knowledge of the department's activities, policies and programs. Interact with the general public as NYU liaison and with University personnel including those at the senior level to resolve issues and problems. Customize and/or compose letters on own initiative or in response to requests for information. Perform general word processing duties utilizing intermediate to advanced-level functions. Modify and/or create databases and complex spreadsheets. Monitor complex department budgets and/or grants.
Cultivate and solicit gifts to the Annual Fund of $5,000 to $100,000. Manage the volunteer reunion committee for four to five (4-5) reunion classes and the 3L class gift campaign. Oversee the recruitment of reunion class committee members. Set class fundraising and participation goals, and design and implement strategic plan for achieving goals. Completes 125-175 face to face cultivation, solicitation and stewardship visits each year. Maintain accurate information within fundraising database as well as complete documentation/follow-up for prospect strategies. Collaborate with NYU School of Law research team to identify and evaluate prospects.
The School of Professional Studies (SPS) at NYU is seeking an Associate Dean and Chief of Staff to serve as a member of the School's leadership team. This position will report directly to the Dean, and will work collaboratively with and serve as the Dean's designate to other Deans, NYU's President, Provost, as well as trustees, faculty, students, and other constituents. This professional will implement the School's strategic planning process, oversee the SPS Office of Strategic Marketing and Communications; contribute to the development of the School's growth and branding strategies; direct a broad range of high-level, inter-department projects and develop and manage strategic initiatives around fundraising and alumni affairs.
The Division of Programs in Business (DPB) within the School of Professional Studies (SPS) at NYU is seeking a Program Administrator to manage day-to-day administrative functions of noncredit program(s). The Program Administrator will meet departmental needs including assisting with the development of office policies and procedures. Oversee adjunct faculty appointment and payment. Resolve faculty issues or concerns related to non-credit program(s). Specifically, address questions around NYUSPS policies and procedures, course scheduling, course preparation, etc. Analyze faculty and course data, produce detailed faculty and course reports, and provide recommendations for course and faculty needs across the noncredit program(s). Collect, analyze, and make recommendations based on student feedback data in order to determine student satisfaction. Advise students on issues such as curriculum requirements, course selection, registration, and career exploration. Plan and implement special student programs including prospective student outreach events and new student orientations. Attend School and University sponsored marketing events, information sessions and/or seminars to promote programs to prospective students. Develop and supervise staff, office support and student employees; Make recommendations for hiring, promotions, salary adjustments, and any other change of status.
This position will be located at 11 W 42nd St.
University Development and Alumni Relations (UDAR) is dedicated to soliciting the private funding necessary to support the strategic goals of the University in teaching, learning, and research. The personnel of UDAR work university-wide as well as within individual schools and colleges of the University to discover, motivate, cultivate, solicit, and steward alumni, parents, faculty, and friends for immediate, long-range, and future financial support, through gifts and pledges to the University, for critical operations such as student aid, faculty support, academic and research program development, and facilities and infrastructure. UDAR's endeavors raise funds for immediate University use and also for the University's endowment.
The Assistant Director, Special Events, is a member of the Special Events team, whose goal is to cultivate and steward major donors and prospects through high-level events in collaboration with colleagues across UDAR. The Assistant Director is responsible for the strategic planning and execution of all logistics related to the implementation of 30+ high-level development and stewardship events on and off campus in New York City, in the US, and around the world as well as supporting team events. This role works closely with the Director of Special Events to build an events engagement strategy that supports UDAR’s fundraising and stewardship goals, as well as manage event budgets and marketing. The position requires travel (both domestic and international). The ADSE is a strong and organized project manager who will ensure that events are successfully executed to the highest caliber and meet rigorous standards of excellence.
UDAR encourages work-life integration for our employees, therefore this position is eligible for a hybrid work arrangement.
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