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Manage day-to-day operations of technology and network systems for the Martin Scorsese Center and the Department of Film & Television at Tisch School of the Arts. Develop and implement operational and creative policies and practices. Support in researching, developing, proposing, planning, coordinating, and facilitating learning opportunities in training and technology. Ensure implementation and training are consistent with established industry and School curricular standards and related technologies. Advise students, faculty, and staff on technology, serve as resource expert recommending options to and resolving complex problems.
Manage development, planning, and administration of program content, speakers, and logistics, including public events to support the College and Career Lab program mission. Ensure compliance with programs involving minors, as designated by the university Office of Youth Programs Compliance. Serve as project manager for College and Career Lab for various programming needs for middle and high school students, overseen by the Director, Strategic Initiatives and Community Engagement to establish project plans and resource allocation, including recruitment and supervision of NYU student employees. Create policies and procedures concerning program development and policies for program participants (middle and high school students). Administer and analyze survey data to suggest improvements and increase retention of enrolled students and recruitment of new applicants in the programs. Oversee the design and implementation of outreach and advertising strategies to promote programs across NYC public school students. Assist in the general oversight of budget, reporting elements for internal documentation and grants, and managing College and Career Lab's online presence.
Directly manage to conclusion all open insurance claims where the adverse party is represented by counsel. Analyze each open litigation claim assigned to outside counsel for outside investigation, be reported to the insurance company, or transferred to another entity that is contractually obligated to indemnify the University. Participate inclaims meetings with senior members of NYU, NYU Langone, legal counsel, insurance brokers, attorneys, third-party claim administrators, and claimants for investigations. This role has a hybrid work schedule: Two days on-site and three days remote per week.
NYU's Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for an Assistant Director, Student Engagement in the Undergraduate College. The Assistant Director, Student Engagement will work on a dynamic team to enhance existing Office of Student Engagement (OSE) programming in the areas of professional development, leadership, and student life. Oversee student organizations, and other student engagement initiatives. Support student organizations and leaders, assist with developing new professional development/leadership development programs, and establish distinctive co-curricular professional/leadership programs. Implement new and customized student life community building initiatives and school-wide traditions, with a focus on diversity and inclusion.
Perform clerical, secretarial, and general office duties for the Center. Serve as center receptionist, greet visitors, answer telephones, respond to general inquiries and schedule appointments. Perform general word processing, spreadsheet and data entry duties utilizing basic functions. Monitor reporting and data on student attendance and use of the Simulation Center. Prepare simulation rooms for simulation sessions.
- Monitor activity and maintain data of open simulation practice and specialty simulations. Track/report on status of student attendance for remediation practice. Monitor and prepare reports on student satisfaction and faculty evaluations. Perform general word processing, spreadsheet and data entry duties; create presentations.
- Answer telephones, greet students, faculty and other visitors. Respond to general inquiries and resolve routine problems, refer specific requests to appropriate staff member. Lead tours for donors and visitors.
- Prepare and clean simulation rooms for each simulation session. Move and/or lift manikins, restock medical/nursing supplies, and simulation equipment. Maintain cleanliness of the CSLC by cleaning manikins, organizing simulation rooms, closets and changing bed linens. Prepare simulated intravenous and oral medications, create patient charts and update patient information in Electronic Health Record (EHR).
- Upload class assignments and links for students on NYU Classes course sites. Schedule appointments, undergraduate make-up classes and graduate simulations; and make arrangements for meetings with students.
- Assist faculty during simulation teaching sessions with basic computer operations; turn on simulation equipment and start up Simulation Capture System; report technical issues to supervisors.
- Maintain inventory, stock and distribute supplies.
- Perform other clerical duties: photocopy and fax materials, process forms, maintain office files and records, and pick up or deliver mail or materials, etc.
The Events and Operations Manager ill be the first point of contact for all events and catering inquiries mainly through Kimmel’s conference and events services web portal for all venues in the Campus Services portfolio. Establish and build external client relationships, and be able to strategize effective space allocation within the portfolio, seamlessly guiding the client through the event and catering creation and successful realization. Meet with clients to assess their needs and advise on space usage, egress, fire codes and overall schematics of events including staffing needs. Consult with clients throughout the planning process to ensure client satisfaction. Manage event production, daily building operations, and site management at the Kimmel & Global Centers. Act as a key point of contact on-site for Kimmel & Global Center employees, service providers, deliveries, contractors and vendors. Conduct regular meetings with in-house service providers. Hire, train and supervise events staff.
Manage business and administrative operations for the Bonomi Family Welcome Center to ensure effective and efficient office operations and the delivery of budgetary, financial, administrative and technical services. Represent NYU to prospective students and their families advising them of general undergraduate admissions polices. Act as administrative liaison with other school and University offices; interpret and apply University policies to plan and manage complex administrative matters.
NYU's Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for an Assistant Director, One Million Black Women: Black in Business Educational Program on our Executive Programs team. In this newly created position, the Assistant Director will create and execute strategy for events, marketing, communications, and operations for Black in Business (BiB). The selected candidate will organize and manage all internal and external BiB events, including modules, office hours, other workshops, and program meeting days, and manage strategic marketing and communications for the program, business advisor and mentor recruitment, and events. The Assistant Director will evaluate the overall effectiveness of BiB events, activities, programs, and communications; provide recommendations to leadership, and lead initiatives to support continuous improvement of these efforts. The selected candidate will also prepare and develop budget proposals and operating plans for the program and supervise clerical staff and student employees.
Provide leadership and direction for the Office of Global Recruitment, Admissions and Financial Aid’s (GRAF) strategic planning, project management, financial planning, and global program development activities on behalf of the Vice President. Deeply understand GRAF’s business needs and functions, and develop continuous improvement methodologies. Ensure solutions to high level issues intersecting with the GRAF portfolio, including situations involving a cross section of understanding and policies across the global campuses. With the concurrence of the VP and other leadership team members where appropriate, steward GRAF’s people and/or financial resources to ensure ongoing projects and initiatives are properly assessed, evaluated, and effectively implemented. Develop and implement short and long-term projects aimed at optimizing cross-functional efficiencies, enhancing internal communications, and meeting GRAF’s objectives. This position is an active participant in shaping broader strategic direction and project directing across the global teams.
The Graduate School of Arts & Science is seeking a dedicated Assistant Director, Enrollment Services. This individual will manage Graduate School of Arts & Science (GSAS) admissions and financial aid programs for new and continuing students; determine eligibility for funding in accordance with School's policies and procedures. Advise new and continuing students on related issues; interpret School's policies and procedures to new and current students, faculty and administrators; analyze and recommend new policies and procedures to the Dean; implement changes. Serves as primary liaison with the central Office of Financial Aid.
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