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The Senior Administrative Manager is responsible for providing administrative leadership to Tandon’s Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering Program. In conjunction with the Department Chair and Tandon Leadership, position will develop and implement strategic goals, and oversee the administration of academics and business operations of the department. Position ensures effective and efficient delivery of quality and timely services, coordinates complex administrative matters, resolves escalated issues, drives a culture of administrative excellence, and champions diversity and inclusivity throughout department.
The selected candidate will cultivate and solicit primarily major gifts ($100,000+) from alumni and friends of NYU School of Law to support priority programs and initiatives. S/he will also identify and prioritize a portfolio of prospects and develop appropriate strategies to secure gifts; and collaborate with alumni and annual giving teams to develop programs that engage and motivate major gift donors. Solicit gifts through face-to-face visits and direct/individual Zoom, phone, and email solicitations.
Cultivate and solicit gifts to the Annual Fund of $5,000 to $100,000. Manage the volunteer reunion committee for at least four (4) reunion classes. Working with the team, design and implement strategic plan for reaching fundraising and participation goals. Completes 150 - 180 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.
NYU School of Law is seeking a Senior Director of Development to join its Development and Alumni Relations Department. The new Senior Director will join a collaborative team of nearly 30 individuals in engaging NYU Law’s 40,000+ alumni and consistently raising $50-60M for the Law School and $8M for the Annual Fund year over year. This position plays a critical leadership role in advancing the department’s mission to solicit the private funding necessary to support the strategic goals of NYU Law, which include critical operations such as student aid, faculty support, academic and research program development, and facilities and infrastructure.
Reporting to, and working in close collaboration with the Assistant Dean for Development and Alumni Relations, the Senior Director of Development is an instrumental part of NYU Law’s fundraising efforts, and will help develop, plan, manage and implement strategies for increasing unrestricted, restricted, and planned gifts. The Senior Director will manage and maintain a robust donor portfolio and is responsible for cultivating, soliciting and closing major gifts in the 6-figure and 7-figure range. This position will work closely with key senior staff to develop, review, and assign fundraiser portfolios across the major giving and annual giving prospect pools to identify, maximize, and capture donor-giving potential. In concert with the Assistant Dean, the Senior Director will manage and supervise the Development Team (annual giving and major gifts) and the research team. Working alongside the Director, Annual Fund & Reunion Programs, the Senior Director plays a key role in Reunion planning and in supporting the health of the Annual Fund. In partnership with the Assistant Dean, they will oversee several alumni affinity groups/societies such as the planned giving society and the International Advisory Board. They will also play a crucial role in maintaining strong relationships with law firms, and in supporting the fundraising efforts of our Centers and Institutes.
NYU is committed to providing a campus community that reflects and enacts the values of inclusion, diversity, belonging, and equity that inform academic excellence. The Program Director is expected to support, execute and promote this commitment in the day-to-day life of the academic center at NYU Washington, DC, with primary responsibility for the academic program and student care. Working closely with senior NYU leadership and colleagues in the Office of Global Programs, the Director will partner with participating NYU schools, departments, and key faculty in New York to offer a high-Profile and high-quality academic program. A key focus of the position is to ensure the effective delivery of excellence in our academic programs and experiential learning opportunities that are consistent with NYU's leadership in international higher education. The program strengths include robust leadership and experiential learning opportunities, a first-year away program, a low residency Executive MBA program, and a provostial research center. Opportunity to teach two academic courses a year.
Provide clinical assessment, short-term psychotherapy, group therapy, and crisis intervention to student population.
Arts and Science is seeking a talented Department Administrator to join Physics. This individual will manage office administration for the department. Develop and implement office policies and procedures. Administer budget, including grant accounts; prepare annual and interim reports, analyze trends, and projections. Oversee recruitment of faculty, post-docs and researchers as well as all processing of appointments. Serve as liaison with Office of Global Services (OGS) to arrange for visa materials for faculty, visiting scholars, and short-term visitors; resolve problems. Oversee both long- and short-term housing arrangements for faculty, graduate and post-doctoral students. Supervise staff and administrative projects.
Reporting to the Residence Hall Director (RHD) and serving as a member of the three-person leadership team for the assigned residence hall, this live-in position manages the residence hall's day-to-day community development initiatives and programs in an effort to create residential living/learning communities. Supervises Resident Assistants (RAs) and advises hall council. Provides crisis intervention to residents; assesses nature of problems and resolves or refers to supervisor for resolution. Conducts investigations of alleged violations of University and residence policies; holds meetings, determines degree/seriousness of violations, and issue sanctions. This position is responsible for assigned after-hours/weekend/holiday on-call duties on a rotational basis to address any residence hall based emergency.
Located within Residential Life and Housing Services (RLHS) and reporting to the Assistant Director for Residential Wellness, the Incident Response Manager serves as a bridge between the broader RLHS department and the night/weekend Incident Response Team (IRT). The Incident Response Manager will provide direct supervision, training, and operations oversight to staff on the IRT. The IRT provides immediate non-clinical crisis and critical incident response to residential students on-site during night and weekend hours. The Incident Response Manager collaborates with department colleagues and provides programmatic and case management support to residential students, and coordinates with NYU Department of Public Safety, NYU Counseling and Wellness Services, and NYC services including NYPD and EMS to assess and respond to incidents as they arise. This position directs and develops the implementation of IRT policies and procedures, and maintains ongoing documentation, data tracking, and reporting. The regular hours for the Incident Response Manager position are generally 12-8 PM, M-F. This position participates in 24-hour-on-duty emergency and crisis intervention rotations. This is a live-in position on campus.
The Incident Response Administrator serves as a member of the Incident Response Team (IRT), located within Residential Life and Housing Services (RLHS), to provide immediate non-clinical crisis and critical incident response to residential students during night and weekend hours. The IRT reports to the Incident Response Manager. The Incident Response Administrator responds to incidents on-site and coordinates with and supports other RLHS personnel and Resident Assistants (RAs), Counseling and Wellness Services, NYU Department of Public Safety, and NYC services including NYPD and EMS to assess incidents as they arise. The Incident Response Administrator provides consultation and support to RAs and other staff in non-critical incident response and conflict resolution. The regular hours for this position are 5:00PM – 2:45AM, four shifts per week, with the team operating 7 nights per week. Regular weekend/holiday coverage is required. Office sites are located in both Manhattan and Brooklyn.
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