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Working under the supervision of the Senior Vice President for Public Affairs and Strategic Communications and in coordination with the Office of the President, to manage and coordinate media opportunities, internal and external communications, and appearances (in person and in print) for the President and members of the University’s senior leadership. Assist with crisis and emergency communications and generally support the Sr. VP for Public Affairs and Strategic Communications as needed. Identify reputational issues for the University and help craft responses to meet them. Given the foregoing, the Senior Director must possess excellent writing skills as well as the broad range of skills necessary for responding to media enquiries and crafting various types of internal and external communications on behalf of the University.
NYU's Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for a Director, Communications in the Undergraduate College. The Director, Communications will develop strategy for and manage internal and external communications for the Stern School of Business' Undergraduate College (UC) with a particular focus on full integration of communications across UC to achieve holistic, audience-centered, and customized communications. Audiences include, but are not limited to, prospective and current students, faculty, staff and alumni. Work closely with administrators and students to understand key motivators and develop best communications practices. Oversee the Undergraduate College’s portfolio of traditional and digital tools, making sure that they meet the expectations and needs of the changing student landscape; continue to establish the Stern Undergraduate College as a leader in generational communications strategy. Launch and drive strategy on key digital tools, such as email marketing systems and digital asset management platforms. Create and implement digital, social and traditional communications and marketing plans. Create, implement and assess systems of excellence and best practices (e.g. involving UC staff and students) to optimize communications. Ensure all communications align with NYU’s, Stern’s and the College's organizational mission, working with all of our partners to build relationships and systems of excellence. Manage the production of key marketing pieces (e.g., brochures and invitations). Serve as UC subject-matter expert on communication strategy and practices.
The IT Engagement Program Manager is responsible for inviting and supporting a high level of engagement across NYU IT staff. Specifically, the Program Manager will plan, execute, and deliver employee engagement programs and initiatives for NYU IT. This individual will make improvements to programs as policies change, the organization’s needs change, and/or engagement is lower than desired. Recommend and create new engagement programs as gaps are identified. Create documentation for programs with timelines, processes, and cycles. Research NYU IT technology tools to recommend and execute opportunities to streamline and automate tasks in engagement programs. Capture and analyze engagement participation data and variances to prepare reports, summaries and recommendations for leadership. Creates feedback loops for engagement programs to drive change. Create communication documentation, marketing strategy, and website presence for engagement programs. Manage IT Engagement program budgets to stay within guidelines and create savings opportunities. Models and supports the NYU IT Core Beliefs in all aspects of work. Manages students and staff, as appropriate, to support their development, deliver results, and contribute to a positive culture.
Under very general supervision, represent and market NYU Steinhardt to potential students at on-campus, virtual and off-campus recruitment events; cultivate relationships with students to encourage a positive response and interest in attending NYU Steinhardt and promote NYU and its' schools and programs. Assist with the achievement of University, geographic, and department enrollment targets by encouraging qualified students to apply to NYU Steinhardt. Review and evaluate students' admission applications. Recommend approval or denial of applications and recommend borderline applicants to academic departments and Admission Committee for further consideration. Advise students on the application process, University and School programs, academic requirements, financial aid options, housing, and other student services. Additionally, under the guidance of the Associate Dean for Academic Operations, oversee the administration of undergraduate school-level admissions, including communication of updates between central’s UG Enrollment Management team and Steinhardt program directors and administrators, data provision and report generation and recommendations for updates to improve internal systems and processes. Work closely with the Office of Student Affairs, Communications and Marketing, and relevant program faculty and department administrators to support related admissions events initiated by Undergraduate Enrollment Management. This position requires a valid drivers license.
Ensure the continuity of operations and the effective implementation of the academic, clinical and research functions of the Department of Periodontology and Implant Dentistry at the College of Dentistry. Assist with development and then manage the department’s budgets, develop and implement departmental policies and procedures, manage key administrative operations for the department including space allocation, human resources, communications, supervision of staff and programmatic and research support, including research budget management and grant application and compliance. Manage faculty activities and student registration process. Monitor student academic and/or clinical progress. Act as administrative liaison with other College and University offices, interpret and apply University policies to plan and handle moderately complex administrative matters.
The LaGuardia Studio (LGS) is a full-service Additive Manufacturing and 3D digitization facility that features a wide range of commercial 3D technologies and production materials with a dedicated full-time support staff. This position will be part of a talented team that facilitates professional service work in DMLS, FDM, SLA, PolyJet, and Multi-Fusion Jet printing, in addition to 3D scanning and immersive AR/VR production related to the LGS 3D services.
The LaGuardia Studio provides an advanced 3D service portfolio with extensive 3D content and project design development support for New York University researchers, faculty, students and staff on projects that span a vast range of study including scientific research, biomedical, engineering, entrepreneurial, and arts and science scholarly work.
The Administrative Manager is responsible for providing administrative and operational leadership to the Center for Urban Science and progress. Support a variety of stakeholders, including CUSP faculty, CUSP staff, CUSP students, and Tandon departments. Oversees operations for the center including monitoring budget, budget reporting, purchase card reconciliations, space planning, financial analysis, hiring processes, logistics, onboarding and offboarding. Supervise 6 graduate students. Position ensures effective and efficient delivery of quality and timely services, coordinates complex administrative matters, resolves escalated issues, and drives a culture of administrative excellence. Interfaces regularly with the Grants Manager, Academic team, Financial Analyst and Human Resources.
The Assistant Director, Student Engagement will work on a dynamic team to support and oversee programming for the Office of Student Engagement (OSE) that will enhance students’ feeling of belonging throughout the Stern undergraduate student experience. Partner with constituents across the Undergraduate College (UC) team to support student groups with a holistic approach (e.g., identities related to academics, IDBE, well-being, class year and others). Oversee large scale programming, academic identity support and engagement initiatives for each class year. Collaborate with the larger Student Experience Team, including the UC Dean’s Office, Communications, and UC Office of Student Engagement.
Provide technical media support services to the NYU community including equipment repair and installation, event support, and equipment delivery and retrieval. Operate a wide variety of media equipment including specialized equipment requiring significant training. Operate equipment during special events. Assist with pre-installation or pre-event surveys and consultations, discussing with customers their media needs and media capabilities and advising them on the equipment that would best meet those needs. Perform routine maintenance and basic repair of equipment. SHIFT: 7am-3pm, Monday through Friday
The Office of the Provost is seeking a talented and proactive Administrative Aide II with exceptional communication and organizational skills to join its administrative support team. Specifically, this position will support the activities of Provostial research centers and institutes, which create vibrant intellectual communities both within the University and with outside partners, foundations, and constituencies. These centers and institutes engage the NYU community across schools and disciplines and are supported through the Office of the Provost.
The Office of the Provost values sound judgment, the ability to prioritize responsibilities effectively, and a positive team-player approach to work and the University partners we serve. The Administrative Aide II performs a wide range of clerical, secretarial and general office duties including those of a confidential nature. Prioritize office activities and delegate work to student and/or casual employees. May act as work leader to junior clerical support staff. Respond to inquiries displaying a comprehensive knowledge of the department's activities, policies and programs. Interact with the general public as NYU liaison and with University personnel including those at the senior level to resolve issues and problems. Customize and/or compose letters on own initiative or in response to requests for information. Perform general word processing duties utilizing intermediate to advanced-level functions. Modify and/or create databases and complex spreadsheets. Monitor complex department budgets and/or grants.
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