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Under leadership within the Office of the Provost, and reporting directly to the Assistant Vice President for Student Success, the Senior Director is broadly responsible for all facets of academic program development, staff management, grant writing and reporting, fiscal accountability and developing internal and external partnerships that support the students within the Arthur O. Eve Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP) and the Opportunity Programs at NYU. This includes overseeing the planning, implementation, assessment and evaluation of program activities; ensuring the integrity and growth of the program; and interfacing closely with other University/ School resources and initiatives to address challenges and move traditionally underrepresented and underserved students toward academic success. The Senior Director is also responsible for liaising with the New York State Education Department to ensure NYU's program aligns with State goals.
The College of Arts and Science is seeking a dynamic Associate Director of Academic Support. This individual will direct and implement strategies for identifying and supporting students experiencing academic difficulty. Engage with various systems and platforms to gather and analyze data related to student academic performance and student success for the College of Arts and Science, and make recommendations for the enhancement of academic support. Serve as an academic advisor to a cohort of approximately 60-80 first year students and a comparable number of sophomore students who have not declared their majors. Develop training materials and manuals including policies and procedures for working with high alert student or students on academic probation. Facilitate sessions for groups of students in a classroom setting.
The College of Arts and Science is seeking a dedicated Assistant Dean for Pre-Professional Advising. This individual will oversee the complex application process for 450 pre-law and 400 pre-health students University-wide, including alumni seeking to enter law and health professional schools. This role will plan and supervise the implementation of pre- professional advisement services, including information and orientation sessions for prospective and incoming students, curricular recommendations, etc. In addition, the incumbent will continuously review and monitor student course options, working with departmental directors of undergraduate studies and GNU directors where necessary to increase the variety and availability of offerings to strengthen pre- professional students' applications.
The Grants Compliance Auditor will manage a quality assurance program within Sponsored Programs Administration (SPA) that will ensure compliance with the Federal Government’s Uniform Guidance (Grant Management Regulations) and private sponsor requirements. This position will ensure the highest level of financial compliance and integrity in the administration of the University’s portfolio of grants and contracts supporting its research mission. The position will manage in-depth review of SPA Washington Square, Abu Dhabi and Shanghai active grant / contract funded projects and partner with key stakeholders in the development of remediation efforts.
The Senior Financial Analyst position is an advanced role within the Budget Office, which may include the preparation of annual budgets and financial plans, financial performance evaluations and reporting, transactional support, and the development and maintenance of budget and financial planning systems, models and key processes. Being the most advanced Analyst role within the Budget Office, the Senior Financial Analyst also leads specific functional area(s) and/or processes, and is expected to successfully coach and mentor junior team members.
Reporting to the Vice Dean for Research, Innovation & Entrepreneurship at NYU’s Tandon School for Engineering, the Director of Research Administration, will be responsible for establishing and leading the school’s Office of Research Administration (ORA). S/he will collaborate with, as well as provide support and leadership to a wide range of departments, offices, staff and especially faculty, including working with the key members of Tandon’s Leadership Team to determine the pre- and post-award grants management needs of each department, developing service level agreements (SLAs) that will provide the most effective, efficient and timely support to all of the research faculty and staff, providing as needed training to current staff and ensuring the office is properly staffed to meet all SLA obligations. The Director is liaison to and expected to hold regular meetings with central research administration to convey Tandon-specific challenges and advocate for faculty-identified priorities for service and support.
Duties will include:
- Develop standard operating procedures and service level agreements for both pre- and post-award grants management support
- Oversee all day-to-day pre- and post-award operations related to Tandon’s portfolio of sponsored research, including the management of all pre- and post-award grants management staff
- Disseminate and communicate regulatory directives and updates to pre-award, post-award to principal investigators and school administration in coordination with central research administration
- Proactively assist faculty and staff with proposal preparation, budget development, reporting requirements, and regulation compliance
- Ensure cohesive communication of pre-award, compliance, and post-award throughout project lifecycles
- Support staff professional development activities
- Mentor all Tandon OSP pre through post award staff and assume respinsibility for annual program planning and evaluations with the establishment of outcomes based metrics for success and implementation of continuous performance improvement and professional development
- Plan, initiate, and coordinate faculty and staff training designed to stimulate proposals and increase their success rates
- Provide outreach and professional development activities for faculty and staff creating greater community awareness and understanding of grant-seeking processes and opportunities
- Provide monthly standardized reports to all research faculty showing financials and effort reporting information
- Oversee the effort reporting process
- Ensure 100% compliance with both sponsor and University policies
- Serve as the primary liaison between Tandon and NYU’s Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP)
- Provide ad-hoc reports as needed
- Perform other duties as assigned
Tandon School of Engineering is seeking candidates for a Junior or Senior Pre Award Grants Specialist for pre-award grants management, including advising faculty and principal investigators on federal, state, University and School fiscal guidelines and requirements to ensure compliance. Provide support for facilitating and expediting the grant and contract application process, while working closely with faculty in developing grant proposals and ensuring compliance. The holder of this position consults with faculty and PIs to write external grant proposals to federal, state, and local government agencies and, to a lesser extent, to private foundations; consults with faculty to identify proposals that are defined as strategic priorities for Tandon and that match faculty’s research interests.
Provide administrative support to the Academic Department Manager and the Department Chair of CSE department including supervising staff, managing departmental operating budgets as well as school PHD support budgets. Managing, planning and executing day-to-day operations including supervising department faculty and adjunct recruitment and promotion/tenure process. Advise and make recommendations to the Department Manager and the Chair on improvements to and possible courses of action within existing departmental policies and procedures, planning departmental special events, office activities, ad hoc reporting information gathering and organization for a departmental repository of same. This position is also responsible for development and implementation departmental initiatives and adhoc special projects.
Join an exciting start-up office focused on finding solutions that support faculty and administrators in their work-life integration and helps establish NYU as a great place to work. Being a caregiver of an adult or older person or transitioning from full time work to retirement can be challenging life situations. In line with the NYU Work Life goal of “making life simpler so you can be your best” the Program Director, Next Phase Caregiving and Retirement will identify and serve the needs of NYU faculty and administrators as they relate to caregiving an adult or as one considers transitioning into retirement. The responsibilities will primarily fall into these categories: Within the caregiving category: Responsibility in this role will include the identification of adult / elder care needs within the university, development of relationships with internal resources and the sourcing of external services and resources, development of a program that includes individual consultations with faculty and administrators for their caregiving needs, the planning of educational and supportive programs and events and championing the advancement of NYU policies related to caregiving. Within the retirement category: Responsibility in this role will include development of retirement education programming targeting audiences several years in anticipation of actual retirement, establishing a network of community resources and incorporating resources into and building an individual consultation program (non-NYU benefits related) for faculty and administrators to support their retirement needs and establishing NYU’s first retiree/Next Phase center for post-retirement faculty. This role will be involved in exploring and advancing the broader Work Life mandate. The Program Director, Next Phase Adult Caregiving and Retirement will be expected to build strategic relationships with key NYU and community stakeholders and liaise with NYU schools, departments and senior leadership to advance Work Life goals.
The NYU Office of the Senior Vice Provost for Research/Sponsored Programs Electronic Research Administration Systems Analyst (eRA SA) supports the development, implementation, maintenance, and upgrade of research administration system modules, databases, and other computing resources to ensure efficient, accurate data management and reporting for research administration and sponsored project activity. The ideal eRA SA is not intimidated by vast amounts of data and has strong analytical, conceptual, and problem-solving abilities with ideas about how the presentation and delivery of data can be made more intuitive and timelier. The eRA SA provides analysis, testing, training, and documentation to support these activities and plays a key role in ensuring data integrity. Technical and functional expertise with a customer service orientation combined with the ability to interface verbally and in writing with a variety of audiences is critical to success in this position.
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