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The NYU Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP) provides pre-award and non-financial post award research administration service and support in sponsored programs administration to faculty, Investigators, and other researchers in academic units and provostial centers and institutes conducting research and undertaking other sponsored activities. The Associate Director (AD) for OSP reports to and will serve as a thought partner to the Senior Director of OSP. The AD supports the Senior Director in oversight of all staffing, budget, and operations of the OSP functional areas including proposal development, award management, contracts and subaward collaborations, international projects and AFAR, regulatory and sponsor compliance related to the conduct of sponsored projects, and research business intelligence platforms and systems supporting system to system proposal submission and award management and research and sponsored programs metrics and reporting. The AD provides direct supervision for OSP communications and traffic management and 3 Assistant Directors of functional areas of responsibility within the OSP including Proposal Development, Award Management, and Contracts & Collaborations. Provides leadership and mentorship to 17 full time staff members of the OSP with shared responsibility for pre-award research administration for the Washington Square campus (all divisions except NYU School of Medicine and Langone Medical Center) as well as the global campuses including NYU Abu Dhabi and NYU Shanghai (with the exception of UAE and Chinese government sponsors which are overseen by research administration at the respective global campuses). The AD serves as liaison to other administrative offices supporting sponsored activities at the University including and in particular the Office of Sponsored Programs Administration, NYU’s post award finance administration. The AD supports and resources systems integration analysis, planning and development for pre- to post award processes through NYU’s CAYUSE grants management to FAME financial systems. They contribute to business process improvement to ensure proper stewardship of extramural funding and compliance with federal regulatory compliance requirements, sponsor specific rules, and NYU policies and procedures related to research. AD holds delegated authority to evaluate and endorse proposals and provides assurances, representations, and certifications on behalf of the University more than 1800 proposals and signatory for more than 1700 awards totaling over $280M annually in secured external funding support for research, teaching, training, service and other sponsored activities supported by public, private and foreign sponsors. The Associate Director collaborates with the Senior Director and OSP senior staff in assessment of appropriateness of University programs and ensuring conformity with federal, sponsor specific and University policies regarding academic, budgetary and administrative components. Recommends modifications where necessary.
Respond to urgent and emergency situations with students and provide counseling and crisis intervention evenings and/or weekends including being available for 24 hour on call coverage. Conduct clinical assessments online, by phone, and in-person, assessing students' emotional or psychological problems; develop and implement appropriate responses including immediate hospitalization and/or referrals to other University medical and mental health care offices. Follow-up with students, their health care providers and families and appropriate University administration to monitor the progress of students treatment and recovery.
The Assistant Director, Research Contracts and Collaborations is a key leadership position within the Vice Provost for Research’s Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP). OSP provides pre-award and non-financial post award research administration service and support in sponsored programs administration to faculty, investigators, and other researchers in academic units and provostial centers and institutes conducting research and undertaking other sponsored activities. The Assistant Director, Research Contracts and Collaborations leads a team of professionals responsible for managing a diverse portfolio of research contracts and collaboration agreements for NYU investigators.
The Assistant Director:
• Serves as the subject matter expert and subaward policy specialist responsible for overseeing OSP's subrecipient risk assessment and monitoring policies and procedures.
• Provides administrative oversight to the team negotiating subawards, data use agreements, and other sponsored program related agreements.
• Educates and informs the NYU community on policies and procedures impacting the day to day management of research collaborations.
• Leads special projects involving the implementation and change management of major policies and systems related to research collaborations and research data.
• Oversees NYU's policies and procedures regarding incoming and outgoing data use agreements, especially as relates to sponsored projects.
• Assists the Proposal Team in reviewing proposals for compliance with NYU policies, identifying and resolving problematic terms and conditions and issues unique to collaborations.
• Provides input to faculty on project management from a legal/agreement perspective.
• Liaises with compliance offices, Office of General Counsel, Libraries, IT to manage policies and procedures related to research collaborations.
• Negotiates agreements with state and federal agencies, non-profits; and negotiates and processes data use agreements, grants, contracts, subawards, and modifications thereto.
• Maintains a library of agreements and clauses for unique collaboration situations.
• Represents NYU in the Federal Demonstration Partnership (FDP) and in FDP subcommittees
The BI developer role is under the University Development and Alumni Relations (UDAR) Division with Strategic Planning and Analytics team and reporting to the Assistant Director of BI Development as part of BI Development team. In this role the incumbent will:
• Participate in business analysis activities to gather required reporting and dashboard requirements
• Translate business requirements into specifications that will be used to implement the required reports and dashboards, created from potentially multiple data sources
• Implement a comprehensive management plan for each project and hold regular stakeholder meetings to keep all interested parties updated in project progress
• Collaborate with other specialists to convert legacy reports to SSRS or Tableau BI solutions as appropriate
• Transition developed reports and dashboards to respective teams and train on their use
• Provide support as required to ensure the availability and performance of developed reports and dashboards
• Complete ad-hoc user requests and constantly be on the lookout for ways to improve monitoring requests, discover issues and deliver better value to the customer
This is a 30-month term appointment.
The Community Engagement and Events Administrator will handle Ireland House’s extensive schedule of non-academic programming, the annual Gala, membership, marketing, and development. Interest and/or experience enaging with the local and greater Irish community a plus.
Provide administrative and operational support for the Public Interest Law Center (PILC). Provide lead logistical support to several large-scale program events that meet strategic goals of the Law School including annual Public Interest Career Fair, PILC Alumni Tracking and Mentoring Program, Public Interest Benefit (formerly PILC auction), and Pipeline to Law School Program. Provide additional programmatic and administrative support as needed.
NYU's Stern School of Business has a challenging opportunity available for a creative Assistant Director, Learning Design. A key member of the Learning Science group at the W. R. Berkley Innovation Labs, the Assistant Director, Learning Design will work with the Director to establish and codify learning design standards and ensure they reflect the state of the art. S/he will oversee adherence to established standards in all assets produced, services provided, and recommendations made to faculty and programs by the Learning Science Lab. The Assistant Director, Learning Design will oversee Stern's Faculty Consultation program and will develop and implement faculty, department, and program engagement and outreach strategies. S/he will lead the development of select online and hybrid courses, working collaboratively with faculty, educational technologists, and media production.
NYU’s prestigious Leonard N. Stern School of Business has a challenging opportunity for a Senior Associate Director of Communications in the Public Affairs office. As a strong writer and story-teller, the selected candidate will develop and manage financial/business and higher education/b-school media relations, and content for Stern’s communication channels. S/he will develop and implement proactive, strategic media plans to increase school visibility, including conceiving story ideas, pitching ideas to appropriate press members, and acting as a point person for media inquiries. The selected candidate will also manage the team on developing and implementing digital strategies.
The Division of Programs in Business in the School of Professional Studies is seeking an administrator to ensure that the divison's graduate degree programs are in compliance with University and School academic and faculty-related policies and procedures. Other responsibilities include: Manage the faculty promotion, development fund request, and awards nomination processes. Report the result of faculty evaluations across degree programs. Create a master schedule to ensure that all new and continuing faculty are observed. Manage the adjunct reappointment requests. Manage the curriculum system entry processes across degree programs. Ensure that course learning outcomes are aligned with each respective degree programs stated outcomes on the website and in the curriculum system. Manage and participate in the outcomes assessment reporting process. Prepare and administer annual faculty/student surveys and analyze and report the findings. Report enrollment data regularly. Participate in reporting divisional annual and other reports. Manage all requests for data in the division..
Endless Frontier Labs, founded at New York University, Stern School of Business, guides scientific and technical founders through a performance-driven mentoring process. Participating startups receive access to mentorship, venture capital, and business development over the nine-month program. To support these efforts, NYU Stern School of Business has created an exciting opportunity for an Associate Director, Endless Frontier Labs.
The selected candidate will work with the Director and colleagues to strategically develop and execute core programmatic operations. S/he will participate in startup recruitment, understanding and vetting the technical details of potential startup applicants, market evaluation of underlying technology, interviewing and interfacing with technical founders, and overseeing startup progress throughout the program. The Associate Director will identify and cultivate relationships with centers of innovation in universities, incubators & accelerators, tech associations and venture capital funds to build a strong pipeline of applicants. S/he will interview and assess early stage science and engineering-based ventures and make recommendations for admission to the program. S/he will manage relationships between startups, mentors, scientists and students. The Associate Director will also manage operations including managing events planning and related logistics.
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