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Manage a budget of $800,000 annually for activities for the Office of Student Life and Services, (SLS) including Orientation & Commencement. Oversee the daily operation and management of the Office of Student Life and Services, (SLS) including communications in consult with the Associate Dean on internal and external administrative and policy matters. Complies data, statistics, and other information and materials for meetings, lectures, etc. The Administrative Manager provides a wide range of administrative and operational support to the office of Student Life & Services on sensitive/complex matters.
Academic Advisor to join Computer Science and Engineering (CSE). This position will advise graduate students in CSE department on academic programs, policies and procedures, transfer credits, students on probation, and will make recommendations when appropriate. The academic advisor will also assist the coordinator of academic advising in related duties.
The Academic Advisor serves as a member of the first-year advising team, helping students to articulate their academic goals and develop meaningful educational plans. The Academic Advisor will advise a caseload of undergraduate students on a wide range of academic issues, facilitating individual and group sessions throughout the academic year. In addition, the Academic Advisor works with departmental advisors and other university offices to increase student retention. The Academic Advisor will also assist with the hiring, training, and supervision of students.
Ensure University's compliance with IRS tax regulations and to provide tax information and assistance to international and nonresident alien employees and students. Interpret tax treaty agreements with foreign countries. Prepare tax information returns and related financial statements.
This is a senior level BI Tableau administrator/manager to lead the growing university-wide Tableau core service. Responsibilities include server administration, application and reporting builds, design, development, support, training, community engagement and guiding best practices.
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Responsible for planning and managing all space usage related to MPAP facilities, including but not limited to space planning, facility master planning, interior space modifications (non-structural), space needs and utilization analysis and space programming. Coordinates building maintenance and repairs with FCM that affect normal building operations.
NYU’s Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity available for an Assistant Director, MBA Admissions. The selected candidate will select MBA students; read applications, interview and vote on applicants. Participate in discussions regarding enrollment management. Assist with the admissions application process. Serve as liaison with various University offices on admissions matters. Contribute to admissions strategy by developing, testing and implementing processes that improve operations using our admissions and enrollment management platform.
NYU’s Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity available for an Assistant Director, Digital Marketing, Online Programs. Reporting to the Associate Director of Online Program Marketing and Admissions, the Assistant Director, Digital Marketing will be responsible for executing and managing digital marketing campaigns, including campaign optimization, analysis, and reporting; writing, creating, and publishing marketing content across multiple digital platforms, including web, email, social media, and multimedia channels; managing digital platforms such as the Online Program websites and social media channels; and developing and maintaining metrics to measure success. The Assistant Director will also be responsible for managing projects and relationships with external agencies and vendors and conducting market and competitive research with the goal of driving traffic, registrations, and enrollment for Stern’s non-credit and credit-bearing online programs. The Assistant Director will work closely with other units in support of their work with online programs.
The Global Chief Compliance Officer (“GCCO”) is responsible to the Senior Vice President, General Counsel for developing the strategic vision for the New York University Global Compliance Program. The GCCO will lead the implementation of a comprehensive compliance program for the university through meaningful engagement of key university stakeholders and collaboration with various constituencies of the university community. The GCCO will be responsible for leading the enhancement of an existing strong compliance program to become best-in-class. To that end, the GCCO is primarily responsible for overseeing, developing and maintaining the highest level of compliance, ensuring compliance with laws, regulatory requirements, and policies and procedures. The GCCO proactively enhances standards and procedures to ensure that the compliance program of NYU is designed to detect, prevent, and correct noncompliance with applicable laws, regulations and policies. The GCCO will operate with managerial courage and authentic calm confidence, being open and direct even in difficult conversations, addressing any challenges tactfully and head-on, and engendering trust throughout NYU and in all interactions. They will effectively lead by example and through influence, inspiring others while fostering accountability and driving towards organizational and programmatic goals. The GCCO will be highly collaborative, compassionate and sought out for their perspective.
Arts and Science is seeking an experienced Department Administrator to join the Department of Biology. Serve as the primary administrator for the Center for Genomics and Systems Biology. Oversee large and complex projects in relation to the Center and its Facility. Plan budgets and monitor expenditures to stay within budget; act as administrative liaison with other school and University offices; interpret and apply University policies, practices and procedures to address somewhat complex administrative matters, referring moderately complex cases to supervisor.
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