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The Audio Visual Engineer is responsible for the operation and maintenance of audiovisual equipment including set up, install, commissioning, and troubleshooting. This individual maintains a strong working knowledge of audiovisual equipment, audiovisual software, computers, networks, and other. The person in this role ensures that the audiovisual devices across NYU in working order, manages the audiovisual inventory, and executes a regular maintenance schedule. The Engineer supervises five student employees and the work of contractors.
Proactively oversee and maintain operations and improvements to all Art Department studios, teaching & exhibition spaces. Participate in space planning and communications. Manage Student Employment process. Act as Liaison with ITS, Telecommunications, and Steinhardt Facilities Group. Oversees Studio and Lab Managers to insure smooth operations of Studios, Shops and Labs. (Full-time, Some evenings and weekend hours required.)
Monitor, analyze and report on financial activity related to assigned Law School departments and Centers. Learn and understand assigned departments' business and operations and serve as the main point of contact from the Finance Office. Support the development of budgets and forecasts, which includes ad hoc modeling in Excel and examination of expense and revenue drivers. Oversee assigned specialty area(s) within the Law School budget process. Assist in special process and systems improvement projects as needed.
The Instructional Media Operations Supervisor manages the day-to-day operations of Campus Media Support including scheduling of services, set up, operations, removal and storage of equipment and maintenance and repair. This position serves as an on-site consultant for media set-up and special events; troubleshoot equipment, problem-solve, and reassign equipment to staff. This role supervises 9 non-exempt, hourly employees.
The Incident Response Administrator serves as a member of the Incident Response Team (IRT), located within Residential Life and Housing Services (RLHS), to provide immediate non-clinical crisis and critical incident response to residential students during night and weekend hours. The IRT reports to the Incident Response Manager. The Incident Response Administrator responds to incidents on-site and coordinates with and supports other RLHS personnel and Resident Assistants (RAs), Counseling and Wellness Services, NYU Department of Public Safety, and NYC services including NYPD and EMS to assess incidents as they arise. The Incident Response Administrator provides consultation and support to RAs and other staff in non-critical incident response and conflict resolution. The regular hours for this position are 5:00PM – 2:45AM, four shifts per week, with the team operating 7 nights per week. Regular weekend/holiday coverage is required. Office sites are located in both Manhattan and Brooklyn.
Working under the supervision of the Senior Vice President for Public Affairs and Strategic Communications and in coordination with the Office of the President, to manage and coordinate media opportunities, internal and external communications, and appearances (in person and in print) for the President and members of the University’s senior leadership. Assist with crisis and emergency communications and generally support the Sr. VP for Public Affairs and Strategic Communications as needed. Identify reputational issues for the University and help craft responses to meet them. Given the foregoing, the Senior Director must possess excellent writing skills as well as the broad range of skills necessary for responding to media enquiries and crafting various types of internal and external communications on behalf of the University.
NYU's Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for a Director, Communications in the Undergraduate College. The Director, Communications will develop strategy for and manage internal and external communications for the Stern School of Business' Undergraduate College (UC) with a particular focus on full integration of communications across UC to achieve holistic, audience-centered, and customized communications. Audiences include, but are not limited to, prospective and current students, faculty, staff and alumni. Work closely with administrators and students to understand key motivators and develop best communications practices. Oversee the Undergraduate College’s portfolio of traditional and digital tools, making sure that they meet the expectations and needs of the changing student landscape; continue to establish the Stern Undergraduate College as a leader in generational communications strategy. Launch and drive strategy on key digital tools, such as email marketing systems and digital asset management platforms. Create and implement digital, social and traditional communications and marketing plans. Create, implement and assess systems of excellence and best practices (e.g. involving UC staff and students) to optimize communications. Ensure all communications align with NYU’s, Stern’s and the College's organizational mission, working with all of our partners to build relationships and systems of excellence. Manage the production of key marketing pieces (e.g., brochures and invitations). Serve as UC subject-matter expert on communication strategy and practices.
The IT Engagement Program Manager is responsible for inviting and supporting a high level of engagement across NYU IT staff. Specifically, the Program Manager will plan, execute, and deliver employee engagement programs and initiatives for NYU IT. This individual will make improvements to programs as policies change, the organization’s needs change, and/or engagement is lower than desired. Recommend and create new engagement programs as gaps are identified. Create documentation for programs with timelines, processes, and cycles. Research NYU IT technology tools to recommend and execute opportunities to streamline and automate tasks in engagement programs. Capture and analyze engagement participation data and variances to prepare reports, summaries and recommendations for leadership. Creates feedback loops for engagement programs to drive change. Create communication documentation, marketing strategy, and website presence for engagement programs. Manage IT Engagement program budgets to stay within guidelines and create savings opportunities. Models and supports the NYU IT Core Beliefs in all aspects of work. Manages students and staff, as appropriate, to support their development, deliver results, and contribute to a positive culture.
Under very general supervision, represent and market NYU Steinhardt to potential students at on-campus, virtual and off-campus recruitment events; cultivate relationships with students to encourage a positive response and interest in attending NYU Steinhardt and promote NYU and its' schools and programs. Assist with the achievement of University, geographic, and department enrollment targets by encouraging qualified students to apply to NYU Steinhardt. Review and evaluate students' admission applications. Recommend approval or denial of applications and recommend borderline applicants to academic departments and Admission Committee for further consideration. Advise students on the application process, University and School programs, academic requirements, financial aid options, housing, and other student services. Additionally, under the guidance of the Associate Dean for Academic Operations, oversee the administration of undergraduate school-level admissions, including communication of updates between central’s UG Enrollment Management team and Steinhardt program directors and administrators, data provision and report generation and recommendations for updates to improve internal systems and processes. Work closely with the Office of Student Affairs, Communications and Marketing, and relevant program faculty and department administrators to support related admissions events initiated by Undergraduate Enrollment Management. This position requires a valid drivers license.
Ensure the continuity of operations and the effective implementation of the academic, clinical and research functions of the Department of Periodontology and Implant Dentistry at the College of Dentistry. Assist with development and then manage the department’s budgets, develop and implement departmental policies and procedures, manage key administrative operations for the department including space allocation, human resources, communications, supervision of staff and programmatic and research support, including research budget management and grant application and compliance. Manage faculty activities and student registration process. Monitor student academic and/or clinical progress. Act as administrative liaison with other College and University offices, interpret and apply University policies to plan and handle moderately complex administrative matters.
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