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The New York University Tandon School of Engineering invites applications from energetic individuals to serve as Associate Director for Assessment and Institutional Research.
Successful candidates are expected to have strong analytical and conceptual problem solving skills with a working knowledge of data management and data analysis software; using query
tools (relational databases) and multi-dimensional concepts. The Candidate must have advanced Microsoft Access and Excel skills and experience with databases such as MS SQL and Oracle
preferred. Ability to operate and customize standard office equipment to produce a wide variety of customized reports utilizing Tableau and OBIEE Data Warehouse Reporting & Dashboard
software. Candidates must also have strong verbal and written communication skills and the ability to supervise part time student employees during peak activities. In addition to the many
aspects of institutional research in an academic environment the successful candidate must have knowledge and experience in assessment of student learning outcomes and accreditation
requirements, particularly ABET accreditation of engineering programs.
Manages institutional research workflow and provide status reports to the Director.
Supports the Institutional Research Office’s core activity of capturing, extracting,
analyzing, and reporting data on faculty, students, staff and other critical academic,
physical and financial information for leadership (university wide, chancellor, and school
operations) decision-making purposes and external reporting requirements. Plans,
coordinates and implements complex data analyses, works with the Director or IR to
Works closely with both academic and administrative offices and individuals to create,
refine and maintain effective use of academic data.
Collaborates with University’s Data Warehouse Integration team, NYU Tandon’s Human
Resources, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Grants and Sponsored Research
offices to facilitate in identifying, correcting and cleaning NYU Tandon’s legacy datasets
in the current NYU Data Warehouse Systems that feed the University Deans’ Dashboards
pertaining to Human Resources, Grants, Sponsored Research, Student Reporting, and
Faculty Teaching Loads.
Participate as one of the Core Users for the University’s Data Warehouse Reporting
systems to ensure data integrity and NYU Tandon’s current and future data needs for
Design Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for NYU Tandon and track them for effective
administrative integration with other Schools within NYU and also with the Central
Develops, manages, and maintains systems for collecting data important to central
administration, school, and departmental administration, and faculty, in partnership with a
Maintains Databases to longitudinally track student progress through the institute from
admission to post baccalaureate activities.
Delivers and maintains data reports, ensure data integrity, and reconcile data discrepancies.
Collaborates with key individuals and administrative offices on establishing clear,
evidentiary connections between student learning outcomes and retention with the aim of
Assists academic administration and faculty in creating and refining a comprehensive
academic assessment plan by developing and documenting clear student learning and
administrative outcomes in all instructional programs and support areas.
Develops and maintains effective studies, surveys, and evaluations, including academic
program reviews, course evaluations, senior exit interviews, and data essential for retention
and attrition studies.
Assists NYU Tandon’s Assessment Committee in facilitating and developing reports for
the Self-Study and review for Reaccreditation by ABET.
Design, create and maintain customized end-of-semester Student Course Evaluations.
Numbering approximately 700, these custom course evaluations are unique to each specific
course/subject in any given semester. Generating customized Instructor and Departmental
reports based upon the results and needs of the Departments’ Assessment Teams.
Creates reports, presentations, and publications based on the data analyses conducted.
Ensures deadlines for projects met within established time frames.
Completes work independently with broadly defined work objectives and limited review of
Maintain department’s Data Access Server, Webpage and Content Management.
This position is an 8-month limited term position. The Onboarding Specialist (OS) will deliver a superior new hire experience by providing a high level of customer service and maintaining quality throughout the pre-employment onboarding process. The OS will ensure the completion and accuracy of all pre-employment processes and forms according to the policy and guidelines, while maintaining data integrity. In providing this support, the As an active member of the University Human Resources community, the OS will interact with new hires, Recruiters, Human Resource Officers/HR Business Partners, School/Unit points of contact and other areas of Human Resources as needed. The OS is also responsible for hire related transactions from start to completion as well as managing relationships with new hires. The OS will also assist supervisors in the development of onboarding related metrics, analytics, dashboards, and assist with Onboarding Center related projects. Additionally, the OS will participate in process improvement initiatives.
This position is responsible for ensuring campus safety on a day-to-day basis by proactively deploying adequate officer staffing of fixed posts and mobile patrols, providing real time weather updates and forecasts, obtaining and disseminating security updates for all global sites, monitoring campus activities through communications with posted officers and video surveillance, and ensuring rapid, appropriate response to incidents consistent with University priorities for safety and security. This position leads a team of campus safety professionals and public safety officers to carry out University safety and security policies and priorities consistent with standard operating procedures and exercises judgment to determine best course of action in exceptional circumstances. This position receives reports from the team it supervises, other NYU campuses, study-away sites or groups traveling abroad regarding safety/security needs . This position directs response activities and provides additional notice and communications as needed to ensure rapid, coordinated and professional response to community safety issues. This position is one member of a global public safety organization, and as such, will work collaboratively in a mutually supportive way with all other members of the Public Safety team to ensure cohesive, holistic safety and security services that earn the confidence of the NYU community around the globe.
The School of Professional Studies is seeking a budget administrator to administer various budget and financial support functions for the School. The financial responsibility for this position includes controlling expense against the School’s operating budgets, and internally and externally funded projects. Manage fiscal and payroll transactions and ensure budgets are within limits. Oversee appointment, orientation and processing of adjunct faculty. Advise administrators, faculty and staff on federal, state, University and School fiscal guidelines and requirements and ensure compliance. Assist the director with contracts, contract education and grants. Work with Director to develop strategies to meet School goals.
This role will focus on the creation of E-Learning modules for use in technology enhanced educational materials. The successful candidate will work closely in collaboration with instructional technologists and University faculty to design and develop interactive modules using Articulate Storyline and Adobe Captivate. He or she should be a creative thinker who understands the design and implementation of teaching, study and assessment tools for learning, as well as content presentation skills such as typography, user interface and visual aesthetics. The ideal candidate takes ownership of his/her work, meeting deadlines, prioritizing workload and efficiently managing time. Solid interpersonal and communication skills are a must, as is the ability to work with a variety of people with varying degrees of familiarity with technology enhanced education. This role will also support the module development team lead in the management of online course production services, working on the production of E-Learning modules and course design and development projects.
Oversee a very visible and mission critical function for all users of technology at NYU School of Law. Manage the day-to-day operations, define and oversee processes for Helpdesk (faculty, staff, admin office computers, smart phones, printers), Student Services (exam readiness, wireless support, student laptops support), Training, Communications, and Change Management (new services training and information), and Public computers and printers (clinics, journals, library, email stations).
Help change the direction of MBA applicants' lives by joining a collaborative team of elite professionals in the MBA Admissions Office at NYU's prestigious Leonard N. Stern School of Business. Participate in the overall effort to market Stern's MBA programs by traveling throughout the world to recruit future business leaders. Help shape the incoming MBA class by evaluating applications and interviewing prospective students. Work with students, alumni and faculty to develop and implement new initiatives throughout the school. Lead marketing projects and plan admissions events for prospective and admitted students in New York and around the world.
Lead all aspects of the University's prestigious national and international scholarship programs (Rhodes, Marshall, Truman, Goldwater, Churchill, Gates, etc.) on behalf of all schools across the University. Plan and direct other Global and school-specific programs that advance the strategic direction of the Fellowship/Scholarship Office. Set strategy and direct function.
Team member of the Office of Sponsored Programs’ (OSP) contracts team reviewing, analyzing, drafting, negotiating, and executing in a deadline driven environment a wide range of agreements governing sponsored program activity conducted at NYU’s Washington Square, NYU global campuses in Abu Dhabi and Shanghai, and at global sites across the world.
Partnering with Investigators and OSP colleagues as well as across NYU’s research administration support network: establish and implement project management best practices and creative solutions appropriate to the type of work undertaken while reducing administrative burden and implementing proactive solutions for contracting and subcontracting with federal, state, city, foundation, non-profit, industrial, and foreign partners.
Relationship management with sponsors: engage across the OSP and school-based colleagues at the proposal development phase in responding to sponsor-initiated funding opportunities and effectively communicate negotiation position internally and with extramural sponsors. Represent NYU as an authoritative figure with sponsors and other external parties representing Investigator and NYU’s interests and commitment to stewardship regarding a wide range of research, compliance, and legal issues. Proactively offer thoughtful and innovative solutions to a diverse range of research-related challenges and communicate alternatives that meet NYU and sponsor needs.
The Retirement Planning Program Manager will manage the development, implementation, and service delivery of a comprehensive retirement planning program that serves and educates faculty and employees transitioning from active employee to retiree status. Deliver training and education programs. Provide consultations with individuals exploring their transition to retiree status.
NYU is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to a policy of equal treatment and opportunity in every aspect of its recruitment and hiring process without regard to age, alienage, caregiver status, childbirth, citizenship status, color, creed, disability, domestic violence victim status, ethnicity, familial status, gender and/or gender identity or expression, marital status, military status, national origin, parental status, partnership status, predisposing genetic characteristics, pregnancy, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, unemployment status, veteran status, or any other legally protected basis. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, persons of minority sexual orientation or gender identity, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply for vacant positions at all levels.