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The NYU College of Nursing is a nationally recognized leader in nurse education and innovative research in the field of nursing science. Reporting to the Assistant Director of Finance, the Financial Analyst will provide day to day financial administration and management support. Implement and assist with developing and ensuring adherence to processes for monitoring and analyzing the College's revenue and expenses. Serve as liaison among departments and programs and faculty, administration, and University offices. Compile, analyze and prepare summaries on fiscal information to support management decision making. Make recommendations to management based on knowledge of fiscal activity including allowable expenses, investigate discrepancies and negotiate solutions with appropriate University offices to resolve problem transactions. Train staff on financial systems.
Provide academic advisement to current graduate students in Communication Sciences and Disorders. Interpret applicable University policies and procedures, program requirements, acceptable electives, and alternative/substitute courses. Plan and implement recruitment and orientation activities. Facilitate seminars and events that enhance the academic experience and professional development of graduate students. Interface with appropriate University offices and departments to expedite processing of on-line graduation tracking, transfer credit evaluations and reviews, program development and substitutions. Respond to inquiries concerning the School, department, and program offerings.
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.
Primary Care comprises two parallel services: appointment-based care and urgent care. Our 14 providers in Primary Care work in both settings. Our staff includes a Registered Dietitian, HIV Counselor, and Care Manager. Our service is run by an excellent team of RNs and MAs.
The SHC is designed around the needs of NYU students. Clinical demands ebb and flow with the academic calendar. Success at SHC is not defined by productivity and income generation. We have an in-house Quality Improvement team that sets targets that really matter and we are highly responsive to patient feedback. If you are motivated by mission and like taking care of a generally younger patient population, consider becoming a primary care provider at SHC.
This key position will be responsible for leading the operations of the Tandon Media Services team and technology that directly supports all students, faculty, administrators, staff and alumni. The position will direct the following functional areas while providing the highest levels of customer service: Help Desk, Conference Room, Classroom and special event audio visual support. This includes interfacing with project architects and vendors, providing product recommendations, vendor management, reviewing low voltage layout, and installation oversight. This position reports to the Director, Operations & Administration and has 1 direct report, 3-5 indirect full-time reports and up-to 40 part-time employees. Responsible for hiring, training & development and performance management. Under the guidance of the Director of Operations & Administration, develop and implement policies for process improvement in the media services area.
Reporting to the Associate Director of Leadership and Outreach, develop and implement inclusive leadership initiatives for undergraduate and graduate students. Initiatives will effectively address a broad range of social identities and perspectives including race, socio-economic status, sex, gender identity and expression, ethnicity, religious/spiritual affiliations, physical abilities, sexual orientation, citizenship status, and national origin. Provide oversight of the planning, implementation and evaluation of large scale CMEP programs including Welcome Programs including the Students of Color Leadership Retreat, the CMEP Monthly Programming Series, and Graduate Student Programming. Support the development of cross programming between CMEP and the LGBTQ Student Center.
Reporting to the Assistant Vice President, Employee Relations in University Human Resources, performs a wide variety of duties related to contract administration; contract negotiations; grievance and arbitration issues; and employee relations concerns including, but not limited to, providing definitive direction, interpretative guidance and support to schools and administrative units on multiple collective bargaining agreements; policy and procedure compliance; and adherence to local, state and federal laws governing employment practices.
Under the general direction of the Dean, the Assistant Dean for Marketing and Enrollment Management will have overall responsibility for the development, coordination, and implementation of marketing, recruitment, and enrollment strategies to communicate the brand and identity of NYU Wagner to prospective students and achieve enrollment goals. This role also supervises School-wide communications initiatives to ensure alignment with strategic goals of the School and the University.
This role will be responsible for: a) managing the creation of a strategic, goal-oriented, and measurable integrated marketing and recruitment plan that effectively presents Wagner’s core values, mission, and distinctiveness to attract the appropriate number, quality, and mix of students; b) directing the development of an enrollment and scholarship plan, including using program targets and regression models to manage yield modeling, to ensure the quality and quantity of students that meets the goals and expectations of the School; c) overseeing and optimizing the administration and operations of the recruitment, admissions, and scholarship awarding processes; d) serving on the School’s leadership team and participating in the development of short- and long-range strategic planning to support the Dean’s vision and the needs of the School; e) supervising School-wide communications initiatives to ensure alignment with strategic goals of the School and the University; f) managing and overseeing marketing and recruitment budgets to optimize return on investment; and g) supervising and developing staff who support these functions.
Develop and deliver instructional curricula providing academic support to ensure that Opportunity Programs (OP) students receive the necessary competencies needed to succeed in a particular subject area. Serve as Chemistry related, e.g. General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Biochemistry Instructor and teach a minimum of 10 courses per academic year. Collaborate with the academic services team to analyze and improve student instructional services. Participate in the admission process for candidates seeking entry into one of the Opportunity Programs.
The Assistant Dean of Development serves as a senior-level Lead School Fundraiser (LSF) for NYU Steinhardt working in close partnership with the Steinhardt Dean. Reporting to the Vice President of Development in NYU’s University Development and Alumni Relations (UDAR) office, the Assistant Dean is responsible for developing a portfolio of prospects with the capacity to make 6, 7 and 8+ figure gifts. The Assistant Dean is directly responsible for raising a minimum of $5M+ annually, and in supporting Steinhardt's fundraising efforts upwards of $20M+. With a new Dean in FY21, the Assistant Dean will anticipate a strong vision and bold goals. The Assistant Dean manages a team of comprised of one Director of Development, three Major Gift Officers, one Development Associate and an Administrative Aide.
Primary leadership responsibilities include supporting the Dean's major and principal gift strategies and activities, with a strong emphasis on the Dean's top ten donors and prospects. The Assistant Dean works in partnership with the Dean and the Dean's Office to manage the Steinhardt Dean's Council; including agenda content, membership, recruitment and retention of members. The Assistant Dean is located in UDAR with other Lead School Fundraisers who provide senior-level expertise, partnership and collaboration in support of an interest-based, donor-centric assignment and fundraising approach. The Assistant Dean is part of a larger team whom all have the opportunity to raise money across the University, including Steinhardt. The Assistant Dean may also follow a donor's interests to other areas of the University. At all times, the Assistant Dean is considered a content expert on Steinhardt's key funding areas and functions as an ambassador and advocate for Steinhardt's philanthropic priorities. The Assistant Dean carries budget responsibilities specific to Steinhardt development expenses, supported by UDARs centralized Operations & Finance Team.
The Center on International Cooperation(CIC) is seeking a talented Communications Manager to join their team.
As an established think-tank, the effective communication of ideas is at the core of our work. We focus on analysis and ideas-generation that is practical, policy relevant, and sensitive to political realities and difficulties in achieving collective action on international problems. The Center has played a role disproportionate to its small size in incubating processes that have had significant influence on global policy, including on the development of peacebuilding at the UN; reforms of the multilateral system; regional approaches to challenges such as the Afghanistan conflict; and peaceful, just, and inclusive institutions in the post-2015 agenda.
The Communications Manager will develop, design and execute creative communications and storytelling strategies for the Center on International Cooperation. They will develop internal and external communication tools, messages and materials, including electronic publications, website content, social media, direct mail, public relations materials, multimedia and other related materials, in support of efforts to communicate with members and non-members to expand CIC’s ability to increase awareness and engagement to the broader public and constituents. They will establish and ensure internal coordination between CIC staff and programs on messaging and publishing for unified messaging and will work with staff to develop and implement organization-wide adherence to CIC branding and communications guidelines. They will also be responsible for supporting and shaping CIC’s strategic focus (vision, mission, core purpose, meta-narrative, niche); strengthening brand, identity, voice, and personality of CIC communications; developing, designing, and executing CIC’s institutional communications to target audiences; expanding CIC’s standard toolbox of communications; comfortably engaging with senior and/or high-profile officials and constituents; and collaborating and contributing to the strategic integration of CIC’s communications with communications teams for various partner programs, including the Pathfinders for Peaceful, Just, and Inclusive Societies.
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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