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The Department Administrator will provide administrative support to the Director of Academic Operations and Administration, TMI Department Chair, and Academic Program Directors for all of the department’s B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. programs. The Administrator will assist in planning and executing departmental academic operations including: providing support to ensure successful implementation and delivery of the M.S. Management of Technology (MOT) Global - Shanghai program, creation and maintenance of undergraduate and graduate master course lists, maintaining department databases and forms, supervising department faculty and adjunct recruitment and contracting process, ensuring that TMI has all of the necessary resources required to fulfill its academic mission, acting as the first point of contact for all current and prospective members of the TMI community, and maintain department website and social media pages. The Administrator will also advise and make recommendations to the Director and the Chair on improvements to and possible courses of action within existing departmental policies and procedures, event planning, ad hoc reporting and organization for a departmental repository. This position is also responsible for development and implementation departmental initiatives and ad hoc special projects.
The Department Administrator is a key member of the Chemical &Biomolecular Engineering (CBE) department. The incumbent will manage a Program Coordinator, plan and execute processes for the delivery of programs that impact faculty, staff and students. Responsibilities include creation and maintenance of undergraduate and graduate master course offerings, manage department faculty and adjunct recruitment through Interfolio and lead the contracting process for services, ensuring that CBE has all of the necessary resources required to fulfill its academic mission. Also act as the first point of contact for all current and prospective members of the CBE community by managing the department communication. This position is also responsible for development and implementation of departmental initiatives and ad hoc special projects.
The Associate Director of Partnerships will work closely with the Director of Partnerships, the Assistant Dean, and the Tandon Online Marketing team to grow corporate and industry relationships in support of NYU Tandon’s degree and non-degree online programs. The Associate Director of Partnerships will manage various business development activities, including cultivating new relationships and managing existing industry partnerships as well as leading partner engagement initiatives and activities. The Associate Director of Partnership will collaboratively execute strategies for high-value relationships with identified organizations as well as identify new partners. Track, analyze, and report on partner prospecting and results and help benchmark data to advise internal and external stakeholders on best practices to support growth.
The Assistant Project Manager will aid in the planning, execution, and commissioning of audio visual and video conferencing projects for NYU Tandon internal clients. This position will act as a project leader throughout the entire project lifecycle until commissioning sign off. Communicate and implement operational plans for completing projects, monitoring progress & performance against the project plan, and resolving operational problems to minimize delays.
Develops detailed work plans, schedules, project estimates, resource plans, and status reports. Conducts project meetings and is responsible for project tracking and analysis. Ensures adherence to quality standards and reviews project deliverables. Manages the integration of vendor tasks; tracks and reviews vendor deliverables.
The Assistant Manager, Operations coordinates daily operations, including events and space reservations, facility service requests, ID card operations, and access requests. The Assistant Manager is an essential team member with an on-campus requirement and select remote options available. Develop and implement quality assurance systems and operational policies and practices that identify service level inconsistencies with counterparts in Facilities, Academic Departments, IT, Media Services, Academic Affairs, and other University partners. Ensures effective space management and the safety and security of faculty, students, facilities, and equipment is realized. Manages competing priorities and takes a lead in troubleshooting operational complications.
Develop employer engagement strategy, manage on-campus recruiting program and employer-related activities tailored for the needs and goals of STEM students. Cultivate and manage industry relationships and develop systems and policies around employer engagement and recruiting. Serve as the main point of contact for all industry and employer partners as well as institutional collaborators related to industry connections. Provide career coaching to Tandon students (undergraduate and graduate) and recent alumni. Collaborate with institutional partners at Tandon and throughout the University.
Under the supervision of the Associate Director of Graduate Recruitment and Marketing, the Assistant Director of Graduate Recruitment and Marketing is responsible for marketing, communications and graduate student recruitment at NYU Tandon School of Engineering. The Assistant Director will develop and implement strategies to meet graduate enrollment goals in accordance with the direction of leadership. The Assistant Director will play a critical role in developing enrollment outreach strategy including marketing media mix, collateral, and event planning. Responsible for oversight and management of a robust student ambassador program. In addition, work with leadership to establish strategic direction, priorities, and goals for the overall strategic recruitment plan, for NYU CUSP. This position is hybrid.
Manage a budget of $800,000 annually for activities for the Office of Student Life and Services, (SLS) including Orientation & Commencement. Oversee the daily operation and management of the Office of Student Life and Services, (SLS) including communications in consult with the Associate Dean on internal and external administrative and policy matters. Complies data, statistics, and other information and materials for meetings, lectures, etc. The Administrative Manager provides a wide range of administrative and operational support to the office of Student Life & Services on sensitive/complex matters.
Academic Advisor to join Computer Science and Engineering (CSE). This position will advise graduate students in CSE department on academic programs, policies and procedures, transfer credits, students on probation, and will make recommendations when appropriate. The academic advisor will also assist the coordinator of academic advising in related duties.
The Academic Advisor serves as a member of the first-year advising team, helping students to articulate their academic goals and develop meaningful educational plans. The Academic Advisor will advise a caseload of undergraduate students on a wide range of academic issues, facilitating individual and group sessions throughout the academic year. In addition, the Academic Advisor works with departmental advisors and other university offices to increase student retention. The Academic Advisor will also assist with the hiring, training, and supervision of students.
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, reproductive health decision making, 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.