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NYU's Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity in our Office of Career Development for a Director to direct the day-today operations and management of the full-time Career Coaching Team. The Director will develop and implement short- and long-term recommendations for strategies to implement innovative programming, ensuring the broadest exposure to job opportunities. The Director will also design and implement measures to evaluate results, make enhancements, and communicate results to Deans, students, and alumni. The selected candidate will also direct the delivery of career coaching and programs for full-time MBA students, and as subject matter expert, address and respond to all career development issues and concerns.
The Training Manager of Applied Data Analytics for the Coleridge Initiative at NYU will oversee, develop and implement successful learning outcomes for the data science research program. The Training Manager will: a) develop training, curriculum, and learning programs tailored specific to client learning goals and objectives; b) oversee training pilots as well as roll out and implementation of each training program; c) facilitate high quality training programs and ensure smooth program delivery; d) collaborate with research unit, Coleridge Initiative, contractors, and clients to define learning objectives and create curriculum; e) track trends with clients and within industry and translate them into relevant learning programs for clients; f) identify skills or knowledge gaps that need addressing and train other staff in best practices for curriculum development and client engagement; g) serve as ambassador for learning and training at Coleridge Initiative at NYU.
**12 month limited-term position with the possibility of ongoing renewal**
Arts and Science is sekking a LAN Administrator to join Computing and Information Technology. This individual will manage development, maintenance and support of FAS local area network and file servers and provide computer support to Humanities and School administrative departments. Evolve strategic networking plan and structure, anticipate user growth, migration and application development to support needs of departments. Develop network solutions to address present and future needs including testing of software and hardware to assess usability of advanced network solutions without risking stability. Supervise technical support staff, including student workers. Analyze network hardware, workstations, server and software needs and recommend changes and upgrades to provide efficient service to all users.
NYU's prestigious Leonard N. Stern School of Business has a challenging opportunity for an Assistant Director of Communications on the Public Affairs team. The Assistant Director will be responsible for the publishing of Stern's digital content to multiple online distribution points including the Stern website, social media channels and digital signage system. S/he will coordinate editorial content flow from multiple sources (such as faculty research, Stern marquee events, alumni profiles, Stern news, student stories) to digital platforms. The selected candidate will also monitor web and social media interactions and encourage engagement among audiences through proactive campaigns, as well as assist with proactive media relations.
The Director of Development, University-wide reports to the Assistant Dean of Development, NYU Steinhardt. The Director of Development is responsible for carrying a portfolio of prospects capable of making 5,6 and 7-figure+ gifts. The Director of Development will be guided by standardized team metrics for meetings, proposals and dollars raised, as appropriate for the DoD's time in position, pipeline and role. The Director of Development will supervise 1-3 major gift officers, as assigned. The Director of Development may be assigned prospects in a particulate state, or cities in which NYU has a cluster of University-wide highly rated prospects and the Metro NY area; some travel is required. The Director of Development will have 5-7+ years experience, preferably in a higher education setting with the ability to communicate a wide-variety of University priorities in a concise and compelling manner. The Director of Development will embrace a culture of collaboration within and across University Development and Alumni Relations.
The SPS Admissions Office is seeking an individual to supervise the admissions application processing activities and staff: plan and implement annual applications' processing schedules, including the development and implementation of a calendar of operations for each department for which services are performed that outlines enrollment-related deadlines pertaining to admissions and registration. Provide ongoing training to staff in SPS Admissions Office and the SPS academic departments on the online application process and other admissions systems. Develop, analyze and present reports on admissions and prospective and admitted students. Develop and implement office policies and procedures and recommend changes. Ensure that admissions information is updated on the website; make recommendations for changes that will benefit prospective students. Serve as the liaison between the Admissions Office and the SPS Web Communications Team, and on-line application vendor.
The School of Professional Studies is seeking a PC Support Technician III to provide intermediate MAC and PC hardware and software support for a labs or departments. Ensure that MAC's and PCs are maintained and operating effectively and that employees, faculty and/or students have the technological support needed to complete their work. Set up and configure MAC's, PCs, and local area networks, load software and ensure that the computer is operating to standards. Troubleshoot hardware and software problems and perform intermediate maintenance and repair of parts and equipment.
Please note the schedule for this position will be:
Monday thru Thursday; 11:00am – 7:00pm & Sunday; 8:30am – 4:30 pm.
Reports to Chair of Cleanroom Facilities Committee. Oversee the operation & maintenance of the clean room and shared research facilities. Provide training on instruments for students, research staff, and faculty. Track usage and charges for use of instruments in facility. Plans and executes preventative, regular maintenance through the operators, outside contractors and equipment vendors. This individual is required to maintain, functionality, operation regulatory compliance and appearance.
Develop and maintain web applications and programs in an agile development workflow. Design, code, test, implement, debug and help to maintain college intranet and internet web applications; develop web solutions for grants related projects; monitor application servers to ensure uptime and availability. Provide support to grant administrators, faculty and staff of the college including, providing viable web-solutions to support the colleges’ mission and grant related activities, developing and updating user guides, and training users on how to use web solutions. Research new web technologies and tools and prototype new web-sites for demonstration purposes and maintain project status reports for dissemination at weekly meetings.
The primary purpose of this position is to support the NYU Division of Libraries’ reference and instructional programs by providing a variety of multidisciplinary reference and research services to library patrons in person and remotely, providing information literacy instruction, and conducting library tours. This position also participates in the Division of Libraries’ committees and working groups, assists with content development for the departmental website and online research guides and participates in various special projects and initiatives as assigned. Evening and weekend hours may be required
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