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The Director, Bookstore Contract Services & Operations will:
- Oversee, direct, and manage NYU’s Bookstore operations and the contractual relationship with the vendors who provides services for the NYU bookstore.
- Act as a liaison and strategic partner between the vendor and the University stakeholder and schools.
- Ensure that the vendor meets expectations as outlined in the service agreement.
- Be responsible for strategic planning, programs and the quality and financial performance of the bookstore.
- Have direct oversight and authorization of the payroll approval and reconciliation for NYU’s employees and or student employees working at the bookstore.
Supports the development, revision, continuous improvement, and accreditation of more than 100 undergraduate and graduate programs. Works collaboratively with faculty to ensure scholarly and professional academic programs meet program, professional and institutional goals and creates tools, such as curriculum maps, to help faculty align course and program objectives and conduct annual assessments. Serves as the school’s primary liaison for regional and professional accreditation, developing and coordinating timelines with stakeholders that are on schedule with accreditors’ requirements; preparing and editing detailed documents, including annual reports and self-studies, for submission to central university, New York State, and professional accreditors; and coordinating the management of school compliance with federal and state regulations. Serves as a resource for queries about academic policies, procedures, and practices concerning courses and programs; reviews course and program proposals for adherence to school-wide and state standards; works with the governance committee responsible for approving new courses and proposals; and tracks and manages the proposal submission process through all stages of school, university, and state government review and approval.
Engage in critical review and consideration of applicant credentials to inform admissions decisions. Develop data-driven recommendations for recruitment strategies. Counsel prospective and admitted students; represent the Law School at recruitment events. Plan and oversee all pre- and post-admission recruitment initiatives to enable the Law School to attract, admit and enroll the highest caliber JD student body possible. Serve as the office’s main point of contact with various stake holders.
Responsible for the overall facilities and operations in NYU Law’s student residence halls. Works in coordination with various departments to provide and maintain comfortable, safe, and secure living environments for residents. Responsible for management and day to day operations of service staff, maintenance of the physical plant, resident work order system, budget tracking, vendor and service contract management, and resident communication.
Deliver immigration services for a specific population within the Office of Global Services (i.e., post-admissions immigration services for newly-admitted US-bound foreign national NYU students; US and foreign national students and scholars studying or working abroad; and/or US-bound foreign scholars and their dependents) to permit lawful entry into the country in which the individual will be studying or working. Advise on opportunities, rights and responsibilities under the law and refer to other University departments, attorneys, or governmental agencies as necessary. Counsel international students/scholars/employees on all personal, health, social, cultural, financial, and immigration matters related to their stay within the appropriate portal campus within the NYU 'Global Network University'. Act as designated school official (DSO) and Alternate Responsible Officer (ARO) in issuing required US government documents for international students to obtain student or exchange visitor status, extend stay, apply for employment authorization, travel abroad. Collaborate with staff, schools, departments and outside organizations (including vendors) to plan and coordinate events, identifying themes or topics, planning agendas, scheduling presenters.
NYU's Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for an Associate Director, Advising in the Academic Affairs and Advising team. The Associate Director will manage student advisement programs for new and continuing MBA students and specific accountability for the successful operations of the MBA Academic Advising Office. The Associate Director will also manage the evaluation of academic credentials and provide advising to incoming Visiting Students for application, registration and successful course completion. The Associate Director will develop methods to improve and promote Academic Affairs programs to students and the community, write and edit policies, plan and implement procedures to maximize department and program goals.
Coordinate the selection, layout and purchase of interior furnishings on two levels. First includes supporting Facilities and Construction Management on all capital construction projects. Second includes directly consulting with and advising University Departments, Senior Executives and faculty on specific interior furnishings projects. Position will serve as advisor to NYU Project Managers, Architects, Engineers, Interior Designers, Space Planners, and Contractors and as liaison to Manufacturers, Dealers and Installers to ensure that project specifications and needs are met. Position will prepare comprehensive interior design presentations and conducting work related to interior design.
Reporting to the Residence Hall Director (RHD), manage the operations of the Residence Hall Resource Center, serve as a member of the building leadership team in managing the day-to-day business affairs and planning of the assigned residential hall. , and serve as an on-site emergency response/crisis intervention agent in the absence of the Residence Hall Director or the Residence Hall Assistant Director.
Perform maintenance and extensive repair of parts and equipment including personal computers and peripheral equipment. Provide customer service both in selling new equipment and in providing information on repairs. Represent department at promotional events and troubleshooting workshops. Maintain inventory of parts, tools and supplies, and records related to repair statistics.
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.
NYU's Global Programs & University Life organization is committed to being a welcoming campus community that reflects and enacts the values of inclusion, diversity, belonging, equity and accessibility that inform academic excellence. Employees in this organization are expected to contribute to diverse, equitable, inclusive and accessible learning and working environments for our students, staff, and faculty.
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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