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The Grants Manager in the Office of Sponsored Programs at NYU Tandon School of Engineering supports faculty in pre and post award administration of sponsored projects and programs. This position reports to the Director of Research Administration and works with members of Tandon’s Office of Sponsored Programs, Finance, academic and research units and research centers, and NYU’s Offices of Sponsored Programs and Sponsored Programs Administration to set-up, administer, and report on grants. The Grants Manager at Tandon is responsible for financial and non-financial pre- and post-award grants management, fiscal compliance, monitoring and reporting for all federal, state, city, county, foundation and not for profit grants, contracts, subcontracts and other related sponsored agreements at Tandon’s School of Engineering. The Grants Manager provides a thorough review and analysis of all Tandon sponsored project awards established in CAYUSE by the Office of Sponsored Programs and creates Tandon awards in CAYUSE under the direction of the Office of Sponsored Programs.
The Associate Director, Partnership Programs is a role that provides the critical development, leadership, and operational management of programs we produce in conjunction with our corporate partners, students, and faculty for the New York City Media Lab. The Media Lab’s corporate partner memberships include funding for research and innovation challenges. The role exists to act as a bridge between projects and our partners, provide clarity to timelines and deliverables, manage scheduling and program demo days. In addition, manages and develops initial pitches, project scopes, timelines, and stakeholder agreements. The Associate Director will work closely with the Director of Partnerships and New Initiatives and NYC Media Lab team to accomplish team goals, projects and activities.
The Associate Director, Marketing’s primary duty is to be a facile and creative digital storyteller. This responsibility involves assessing and creating the New York City Media Lab’s voice (in collaboration with the Executive Director), the Media Lab’s marketing plan and marketing strategy, planning, coordinating, and leading marketing efforts. Develop and implement NYC Media lab's marketing, communications, events and social media effort that targets specific audiences and stakeholders increasing brand awareness and membership.
The Associate Director of Laboratory Operations (ADLO), at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering is responsible for leading a diverse organization responsible for ensuring the success of Tandon’s research mission, laboratory safety, compliance and overall institutional goals across the school’s areas of research excellence. The “ADLO” supports the Senior Director of Campus Planning & Technical Services and Vice Dean of Research within the Tandon School of Engineering to oversee the administrative functions and operations within Tandon’s research portfolio. This includes technical support for onboarding new investigators, equipment and space management (including serving as liaison for remodeling projects) and research operations financial management. The ADLO will ensure that the ties between research projects and their engineering planning and delivery are strong and trusted.
The Assistant Support Manager is an essential team member with an on-campus requirement and select remote options available. Serve as part of a team of shift supervisors. The Assistant Support Manager of Media Services provides technical consultation and support to faculty, administrators, and staff to develop and support hybrid and distance learning initiatives in technology-enriched spaces. This position will perform repairs and small scope hardware installations, upgrades, and replacements and supervise students and temporary employees on the Media Services team.
The Academic and Career Advisor is a part of the team responsible for managing the day-to-day academic operations of the Department of Technology Management and Innovation’s Graduate Programs. The Academic and Career Advisor serves as a member of the graduate advising team, helping students to articulate their academic goals and develop meaningful educational plans. The Academic Advisor will advise students on a wide range of academic, internship, and career planning areas; facilitating individual and group sessions throughout the academic year. In addition, the Adviser works with departmental advisors, administration, and other university offices to increase student employment outcomes, and would assist in determining graduate academic standing issues. Additionally, the Advisor will work to secure employment and internship opportunities in business and industry for students in all TMI academic programs (Management of Technology, Industrial Engineering, Business and Technology Management). Counsel, prepare and enhance the hiring potential of students and new graduates into the job market.
NYU’s Office of Enrollment Management is seeking an experienced and motivated self-starter to establish and lead a new unit dedicated to raising the profile of and interest in NYU’s growing online programs. The Executive Director, Online Education Marketing will partner with NYU’s 16 schools and colleges to develop a unified, distinctive identity for their online programs while also executing on highly targeted marketing strategies to drive interest, applications, and enrollment to meet net revenue targets. The Executive Director will use data and market research to inform wide-ranging marketing and recruitment strategies, positioning, and new online program roll-out campaigns.
About Online Education at NYU
NYU is a campus without borders - online courses, degrees, and certificates allow faculty, programs, and the University to reach new learners across the U.S. and around the world. Our investment in online education is expanding opportunities for successful degree completion, program growth, and educational research. Thanks to technology and innovative teaching techniques, students can study at NYU at the level of academic quality, rigor, and student engagement that are hallmarks of the NYU experience.
Eight schools (CGPH, GSAS, Law, SPS, Steinhardt, Stern, Tandon, and Wagner) currently offer 25 fully-online degree programs, primarily at the master’s level, and an additional 15-20 partially online programs. Some of these are offered in conjunction with Online Program Managers (including 2U, Noodle and X) while others are fully designed, delivered and marketed in-house. In 2019-20, more than 7,000 students took a for-credit course online, and more than 2,000 took such courses exclusively online. Each course and program is crafted by faculty at the individual schools.
The successful candidate will be a strategically minded, proactive, and entrepreneurial individual with a minimum of seven years of marketing communications experience. They will be innovative and data-driven; an effective decision maker with an understanding of business models. They will appreciate the various facets of NYU’s educational mission and will demonstrate a record of success in developing and implementing multi-faced marketing efforts that have positioned and elevated an institution, organization, or brand with multiple audiences. They will bring a collaborative leadership style and significant experience working with key constituents.
The Executive Director of Online Education Marketing of New York University should also possess many of the following attributes and competencies:
- Experience in email marketing, managing web content, and market research;
- Excellent writing and communications skills in addition to expertise in analytics and reporting;
- The ability and comfortability to work collaboratively across organizational lines, interfacing with key internal partners across the University;
- Strong organizational skills and attention to detail;
- Experience in search engine optimization and marketing;
- Hands-on skills in marketing analytics and data analysis;
- Experience in CRM management and e-communications;
- Knowledge base and skills in marketing personalization and automation;
- The ability to perform competitive analysis and establish brand positioning;
- Experience in the establishment of marketing objectives and KPI;
- A knowledge of customer journey mapping and touchpoint optimization;
- The ability to work with multiple constituencies in an organization (who may have different goals and motivations) to drive results at the institutional level.
Provide supervision of the Scene Shop for the Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions. Ensure that safety policies are implemented by all users of the facility. Troubleshoot and schedule maintenance on Scene Shop equipment, and maintain inventory of tools, equipment and shop supplies. Oversee inventory and control of prop loans and acquisitions for the department. Responsible for ensuring construction drawings are prepared and material ordering for productions is completed on schedule and within budget. Oversee and perform skilled work in support of department events. Assist the technical staff with maintaining and supervising the theatre spaces and supervising events and Student Technicians.
The Publications and Interpretative Manager is a key member of an ambitious exhibition team and is responsible for shepherding a wide array of Exhibition interpretive materials and exhibition merchandise, including exhibition catalogues of high academic and visual caliber, digital publications, wall texts and object labels, and other ephemera -- through the editorial, design, and production processes, from concept through delivery, including overseeing the printing of exhibition catalogue and giving final press approval and contracting and overseeing freelancers (i.e., copy editors, proofreaders, photographers, etc.). The position participates in all content development meetings, provides substantive aesthetic critiques of publications, graphics, and merchandise in both the design concept and review period, oversees the aesthetic installation of graphics including color proofing and graphic placement within the gallery space and works directly with outside designers and printers to ensure the production of the highest quality materials. In addition, this position develops and oversees interpretive material for the galleries that are designed to reach a broad audience. These include but are not limited to audio, video, and digital compliments to the exhibition narrative. This position also manages the development and production of exhibition merchandise for the ISAW gallery store, manages print and digital permissions requests (incoming and outgoing), liaises with the IT team regarding website updates as related to exhibitions catalogues and merchandise, edits e-blast HTML templates on an as-needed basis, and manages the budgets for exhibition catalogues, graphics, and merchandise. Excellent organizational and diplomatic skills are absolute position requisites as well as a team-player attitude.
The Faculty and Academic Affairs Administrator will direct a number of ongoing projects in the Office of Academic and Faculty Affairs at the Silver School of Social Work. Working closely with the Associate Dean for Academic and Faculty Affairs, representing the Associate Dean and the Office to members of the Silver and NYU community, when needed. The Administrator will also oversee staff-members who serve administrative service positions from MSW curricula areas and oversee teaching-related onboarding issues for adjunct faculty in all programs at the School. Ensure that the Silver School’s undergraduate and graduate degree programs are in compliance with University and School academic and faculty-related policies and procedures. Academic Affairs responsibilities will include but are not limited to: coordinating the oversight of academic affairs throughout the school, including program and curriculum related needs; designing and implementing systems to better serve course and faculty needs. Faculty Affairs related duties will include but are not limited to: administering professional development services for faculty coordinating with the Associate Dean and faculty ongoing research- and teaching-related workshops, mentoring and training experiences, and other events. In addition, actively work in partnerships with other members of the community in program planning and designing, and identifying best practices in inclusion, diversity, belonging, and equity initiatives.
Forbes has named NYU one of the best employers for diversity in 2020, ranking eighth among U.S. universities. DiversityJobs.com has named NYU a top employer for 2020 for dedication and commitment to building a diverse workforce and culture. The Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption has named NYU an Adoption-Friendly Workplace in the U.S. for 2019.
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