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The Grants Manager in the Center for Urban Science + Progress (CUSP) at NYU Tandon School of Engineering supports faculty in pre and post-award administration of sponsored projects and programs. This position reports to the Director, CUSP and dotted line to the Director of Research Administration. Partners with members of Tandon’s Office of Sponsored Programs, Finance, academic and research units and research centers, and NYU’s Offices of Sponsored Programs and Sponsored Programs Administration to set up, administer, and report on grants. The Grants Manager at CUSP is responsible for financial and non-financial pre-and post-award grants management, fiscal compliance, monitoring, and reporting for all federal, state, city, county, foundation, and not-for-profit grants, contracts, subcontracts, and other related sponsored agreements at CUSP. The Grants Manager provides a thorough review and analysis of all CUSP sponsored project awards established in CAYUSE by the Office of Sponsored Programs and creates CUSP awards in CAYUSE under the direction of the Office of Sponsored Programs.
The Tandon Human Resources Administrator will provide a broad range of HR services to support Tandon faculty, staff and student employees. Position will manage the intake of HR queries through phone and Tandon HR email box to ensure responsive, timely and accurate information and processing. Position will have knowledge of HR policies, procedures and systems (Workday), and exercise professionalism, attention to detail, and sound judgment in responding to routine, moderately complex and confidential inquiries. Position will report to the Associate Director, and will coordinate the Adjunct processing between Tandon departments, Tandon Faculty Affairs and Tandon Human Resources. Position will also support visa processing, as well as recruitment efforts including coordination of the interview process, conducting phone screens and initiating background checks. Position will assist with planning and coordination of various special events including monthly Tandon Administrative Support Network (ASN) meetings, and Annual Service Awards. Position will operate within a process improvement mindset to identify and implement changes/improvements necessary to improve Tandon HR service delivery and efficiency.
This position serves as a liaison between NYU Undergraduate Admissions office and the Tandon School of Engineering; to work in conjunction with the Assistant Dean, Admissions, in developing operating strategies to achieve the unique enrollment goals and net revenue needs of the Tandon School of Engineering, to assist central admissions with special events related to yielding programs unique to the Tandon School of Engineering, to monitor the discount rate, scholarship program and the net revenue of new and continuing students, to develop and cultivate working relationships with specific high schools and to assist in the generation of revenue-producing programs unique to the Tandon School of Engineering. Responsible to work in conjunction with Director, Recruitment and Marketing in order for the development, implementation, and assessment of a strategic recruitment plan designed to attract and enroll undergraduate students. The position serves as a liaison with academic team members including Associate Deans and Program Directors and is expected to positively and collaboratively work on campus-wide committees. Accountable for coordinating and managing specific constituent relationships or projects in addition to other duties as assigned. The position supervises a team that is responsible for executing enrollment and virtually and on-campus Tandon events for international and domestic students. Engaging in long-term planning and evaluation, as well as resource assessment and management while reporting directly to Associate Dean of Academic Affairs with strong dotted-line accountability with recruitment and marketing leadership, and campus leadership. Directs the awarding of 180+ donor-funded scholarships/awards $3,500,000 annually.
The Director, Offshore Wind Program leads the strategic planning, business development, and programmatic partnerships at the Urban Future Lab for the multi-year, multimillion dollar Offshore Wind Program. Responsible for identifying and launching new programs and initiatives within Offshore Wind, managing the innovation portfolio for the Offshore Wind Program, and leading the team’s business development activities. Position will also have direct oversight of the $2.3 million Offshore Wind Program budget. Supervises staff at the Urban Future Lab. This is a 2 year fixed term position.
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 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 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 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.
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