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The position of Campus Safety Officer supports the mission of the Department of Campus Safety to foster and maintain a safe and secure environment for its students, faculty, staff, and visitors. Campus Safety Officers will be required to execute a number of comprehensive and integrated security measures and countermeasures and must be able to adapt physically and psychologically to the changing needs and priorities of the Department of Campus Safety and the University.
Arts and Science is seeking a dynamic Communications and Events Specialist to join the Latinx Project. This individual will develop and maintain an active Latinx presence through the Latinx Project (TLP) website, social media, newsletters and other communications channels. Research and develop relevant articles and stories about Latinx art, history, culture, news, etc. for distribution through various communications channels. Identify creative ways to generate user content. Monitor Latinx related conversations in social media. Work closely with the Latinx Project’s team to bring to fruition a range of programs, panels, and events hosted by the Latinx Project. Liaise with artists, academics, and speakers. Manage events and meeting calendars.
The College Arts and Science (CAS) is seeking a talented Assistant Director of International Student Advising to join the team. The Assistant Director serves as the main academic advisor for a large number of CAS international students, including external transfer students, internal transfer/transition students, and incoming students participating in the International University Exchange program. The Assistant Director serves as a key resource for CAS staff members in addressing the unique challenges of advising international students. The Assistant Director also assists in the implementation of marketing events to recruit students for admissions into College's Programs, including developing information sessions and open houses, and attending university-wide and external events, acting as a liaison with faculty and other University personnel, and representing the Dean and the College to internal and external constituencies.
As an active member of the team supporting the Office of Student Success, this position will be involved in student programming and service assessment, communication, and collaboration across student and campus stakeholder communities This position will primarily focus on creating, implementing, and assessing programming and other diverse opportunities for student and campus partner engagement. Working closely with colleagues in the Office of Student Success, the Program Administrator will ensure all activities and project components are in place to drive student success initiatives, especially for populations that could benefit most from an increased sense of community and belonging at the university. This position will support the implementation of strategic processes and initiatives designed to foster student success while fully supporting the mission, vision, and values of New York University. The position will play an important role in supporting the University’s retention and graduation goals.
In alignment with student success, social justice and social change frameworks, and the work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., collaborate and aid in curriculum development for a 4-year experience. Oversee student leadership development and promote academic success within the MLK Scholars Program. Champion the learning, growth, and development of the MLK, Jr. Scholars as they work together to realize Dr. King’s vision of a beloved community at New York University and beyond. Co-leading first-year initiatives & providing general advising for MLK Scholars. Collaborating with the Director to execute new program initiatives and assess their impact; collecting data and creating reports to drive evidence-based decision making; collaborating with program leadership to enhance the 4-year experience of Scholars. Partner on program recruitment & yield initiatives and general programming across all cohorts. Supervise a graduate student and several undergraduate student employees.
Reporting to the Assistant Registrar and Senior Specialist, the Registration and Scheduling Specialist is responsible for University class, classroom and final exam scheduling and related policy and procedures. The Specialist is expected to have an in-depth understanding of University scheduling policy, procedure, systems, and data maintenance associated with scheduling and registration functions. With peak period support from the Assistant Registrar and other Specialists, this Specialist manages all scheduling operations in the University Registrar and maintains current knowledge of changes in reporting requirements and compliance regulations, and regularly reviews office policies and procedures to ensure accurate, compliant, and timely management of University data and resources.
Provide administrative support for the Department of Photography and Imaging including, supervising staff, overseeing admissions and registration activities, advising students and designing the department's website.
The Associate Director, Special Events will a) oversee and direct the planning, coordination, scheduling, and execution of special events for the school, b) advise department and school leadership about how events could be strategically implemented to promote the school's brand and mission, c) manage financial accounts for special event budgets and expenses, ensuring project expenses and quality of events are met; and d) supervise the Events Administrator, by providing regular support, guidance, and leadership while running the school’s events office functionality.
The Manager, Communications and External Relations for Center for Data Science (CDS) will utilize strategies including producing and distributing various communications to promote CDS’ academic and research and activities to increase internal (within NYU) and external (outside of NYU) visibility. Other objectives include increasing NYU CDS visibility and presence in the external academic and research community, as well as the internal NYU community, and actively raising funding for the CDS' strategic activities. This position will support CDS administration/operations team to meet the communication and fundraising strategic goals and objectives. Duties will include producing content for and manage alumni social media accounts in conjunction with the Academic and Student Affairs team, in addition to maintaining CDS' social media accounts, as well as creating and mobilizing compelling stories.
The Student Health Center (SHC) at New York University (NYU) is a dynamic health care service that supports the well-being and academic success of over 60,000 students studying all over the world. The SHC near Washington Square is our main facility for medical services and houses Primary Care, Women’s Health, Medical Specialties, Radiology, Physical Therapy, Pharmacy and more. This site is also home to and integrated with Counseling and Wellness, one of the most robust college mental health services in the U.S.
Primary Care comprises two parallel services: appointment-based care and urgent care. Our 14 providers in Primary Care work in both settings. Our staff includes a Registered Dietitian, HIV Counselor, and Care Manager. Our service is run by an excellent team of RNs and MAs.
The SHC is designed around the needs of NYU students. Clinical demands ebb and flow with the academic calendar. Success at SHC is not defined by productivity and income generation. We have an in-house Quality Improvement team that sets targets that really matter and we are highly responsive to patient feedback. If you are motivated by mission and like taking care of a generally younger patient population, consider becoming a primary care provider at SHC.
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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