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This position will provide logistical and project managerial support for the Office of Student Affairs’ major events (JD Orientation, Fall Ball, Spring Fling, Deans’ Cup, Barrister's Ball and Convocation). The position will provide the same support for journal and Moot Court events as well as project management and event planning for 4-6 symposia programs, coordinating with students, faculty, and administrators. This position will also provide counseling to students, particularly the J.D. population, on a variety of personal and academic concerns and connect to them to appropriate resources within the University.
The Program Administrator for College and Career Lab (CCL), housed in the Center for Faculty Advancement, will be responsible for overseeing programmatic, administrative, and co-curricular activities and communication, and will serve as the principal coordinator for CCL's exploratory and immersive student programming stages and the Practice Lab summer intensive.
Under the direction of the Center Director, and in collaboration with administrators from the Computer Science Department, this position is responsible for the daily operations for the Visualization and Data Analysis Center (VIDA). Develop programs as well as strategic and operational initiatives in support of VIDA goals. Manage individual projects and assist with establishing priorities for team projects with the Director. Assist with brand management and ensure consistent messaging. Create, develop, and market the production of programmatic materials, including but not limited to, brochures, flyers, programs, and publications. This position will closely interact with other department staff in all matters where sharing of resources and information are needed. Manage on-boarding and off-boarding for visiting scholars and exchange professors, researchers and student workers. Oversee the assignment of office space; assess and assign IT system access; develop and implement operational policies and best practices for the office environment.
Represent NYU to a wide and diverse audience around the world as a member of the Undergraduate Admissions Counseling Team. Advise prospective students, parents, and high school/transfer counselors regarding admissions policies, procedures, academic programs, and financial aid opportunities. Evaluate applications and recommend admissions decisions for all of NYU’s undergraduate colleges; review and evaluate credentials. Oversee and delegate tasks related to one or more special projects (examples include recruitment, evaluation and selection, transfer admissions, etc.). Specifically, reporting to the Associate Director of Admissions on the Admissions Services and Strategy Team, this role plays a pivotal role on the Counseling Team supporting how their colleagues, students, and families interact with our systems and processes. To support that, use data and reporting to work with the team to constantly evaluate and improve the customer service experience. The Office of Undergraduate Admissions aims to develop, support, and empower a workforce that reflects the diversity of the students we serve.
The School of Professional Studies is seeking an Financial Aid Administrator to serve as an integral part of the Student Success initiative at the NYU School of Professional Studies focusing on supporting students through meeting the financial obligations of their academic programs and living expenses. The position will support and strengthen current and prospective student financial services and education at NYU SPS. Supports the recruitment of prospective students through the admissions funnel through aid counseling and programming, as well as leveraging financial aid services to enrolled students to support their retention and successful completion of their academic programs of study.
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 Associate Director of Strategic Engagement for Development for NYU Arts & Science (A&S) serves as a conduit of information and strategy between A&S leadership, University offices, and the development team to advance the collaborative effort of moving transformational gifts forward. The Associate Director maintains a current, deep knowledge of the strategic goals and funding priorities of A&S to align opportunities for support with donor goals. Work closely with School leadership and faculty to identify interdisciplinary and multi-layer opportunities including but not limited to facility, personnel, student, and programmatic support. Provide strategic leadership for the development of meaningful engagement opportunities for donor cultivation, engagement, and stewardship.
Reporting to the Associate Dean of Development, Arts & Science (A&S), the Associate Director ensures that information flows seamlessly between academic and administrative partners and the development team. Their deep knowledge will be shared with the development team to help create and present individualized, compelling proposals to prospective donors accompanied by sustainable stewardship strategies. Utilize project management skills to maintain a robust dataset of A&S projects, donor prospects, timelines, giving projections, and strategies for the Arts & Science campaign. Supervise Arts and Science development team members.
UDAR encourages work-life integration for our employees, therefore this position is eligible for a hybrid work arrangement.
Administer processes for vendor evaluation and selection and bidding service agreements; establish criteria for performance, review bids and benchmark against other vendors. Establish dollar values within budget parameters and modify blanket purchase orders for Facilities & Construction Management. Research and manage requests for qualifications and proposals made by unit heads. Prepare contract specifications including defining scope of services for review, approval, and execution by others.
Manage the administrative operations for the Office of Research. Support school-wide general research operations and assist with development and oversight of school-wide policies/procedures for sponsored research administration. Advise Principal Investigators on grant funds management and budget planning, interpret terms of grant contracts, monitor appropriate spending, analyze and revise budgets, and prepare grant reporting.
Will support the Associate Director of Financial Planning and Operations to provide analytical support to Steinhardt's 11 Academic Departments and Senior Leadership. Assist in creating Profits and Loss Reports and projection models to forecast areas of growth across academic programs or to highlight programs where resource contraction and/or reallocation should occur. Will also perform a variance analysis on Steinhardt's revenue/expenses relative to the School's Financial Plan. Will regularly present findings and recommendations to leadership to guide their decision-making.
Support Director of Institutional Events on all aspects of event planning, logistics and management, including for faculty meetings. Track third-party and exam-time space usage requests. Prioritize and coordinate Dean's events, and activities. Assess and resolve ad hoc issues across departments. Support additional Dean's Office day-to-day functions as needed.
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