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Reporting to the Residence Hall Director (RHD) and serving as a member of the three-person leadership team for the assigned residence hall, this live-in position manages the residence hall's day-to-day community development initiatives and programs in an effort to create residential living/learning communities. Supervises Resident Assistants (RAs) and advises hall council. Provides crisis intervention to residents; assesses nature of problems and resolves or refers to supervisor for resolution. Conducts investigations of alleged violations of University and residence policies; holds meetings, determines degree/seriousness of violations, and issue sanctions. This position is responsible for assigned after-hours/weekend/holiday on-call duties on a rotational basis to address any residence hall based emergency. Review of candidates will begin immediately until position is filled. Anticipated starting date of January/February 2019.
The NYU Steinhardt Office of Academic Affairs seeks an organized, detail-oriented, and motivated professional committed to academic excellence to serve as Academic Program Development Administrator to support the development, revision, and continuous improvement of more than 100 undergraduate and graduate programs.
The Administrator works collaboratively with faculty to design high quality scholarly and professional academic programs with clear student learning outcomes aligned with program and institutional goals and guides faculty in their review, evaluation, and revision of existing curricula in support of student success. The Administrator creates tools, such as curriculum maps, to help faculty align course and program objectives, identify curricular gaps, and conduct annual assessments, and stays current with best practices to support innovative approaches to academic program development and improvement.
The Administrator serves as a resource for queries about academic policies, procedures, and practices concerning courses and programs; reviews course and program proposals for adherence to school-wide standards; works with the governance committee responsible for approving new courses and proposals; and manages the proposal submission process through all stages of school, university, and state government review and approval.
The Administrator conducts needs assessments and basic market research for the development of new online, on-campus, and hybrid academic programs.
The Academic Program Development Administrator will join a collaborative, creative, and supportive six-person team under the Associate Dean for Accreditation and Assessment. The primary responsibilities of the Office of Accreditation and Assessment, located under the Vice Dean for Academic Affairs, are to support curricular development and continuous improvement, oversee the governance of academic policies and procedures, monitor quality assurance and compliance of our academic programs with standards set by external regulators, direct student learning outcomes assessment and specialized program accreditation, support academic programs through data exploration and visualization, and conduct institutional research in support of the School’s strategic plans.
The Steinhardt School is a community dedicated to inclusion, impact, and innovation and offers more than 100 undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral programs in the arts, applied psychology, education, media studies, and the health professions.
The Division of Programs in Business (DPB) within the School of Professional Studies (SPS) is seeking an Assistant Direct to provide operational oversight and direct administration of day-to-day program activities. Responsibilities include: develop and implement systems and procedures, participate in course planning and develop course schedules. Manage course syllabus and submission processes. Oversee course cancellation and faculty and student notification. Oversee preparation of course-related forms in academic and operational platforms. Ensure courses are scheduled and academic and payroll deadlines met. Develop positive relationships with faculty and serve as a resource to direct problems to appropriate parties or to address and resolve problems. Manage communication to faculty. Ensure facilities and technology issues in the classroom or laboratories are resolved. Assist with the onboarding of new faculty. Provide support and contribute to the successful execution of the department’s strategic agenda. Serve as administrative liaison to student clubs. Support the planning of special student programs and manage the implementation of these programs. Present at recruitment events and/or identify guest speakers. Supervise staff. Manage adjunct faculty budget to ensure fund availability.
This position is located at the SPS Midtown Center, 11 West 42nd Street.
Arts and Science is seeking a talented IT Support Specialist to join the FAS Computing and Information Technology team. This individual will provide integrated information and media technology solutions for classroom, computer lab, and office space throughout the Faculty of Arts and Science. Consult with faculty and administrative staff hardware/software users to identify and resolve problems. Consult with faculty and administrative hardware/software users to understand needs, assess feasibility, and develop effective technology solutions to meet those needs. Develop operating systems registries and write programs to modify existing applications to enhance systems' productivity and efficiency.
Reporting to the Sr. Technology Specialist, the Technology Specialist for Public Services will serve as a primary contact and technical lead for routine enhancement, troubleshooting, training, and documentation for access-related systems including circulation, reserves, stacks maintenance, resource sharing, space management, and entry systems. The Technology Specialist will provide documentation and training about access services related systems for a variety of stakeholders including technologists and public services staff. This position will contribute to projects to implement new technologies and enhance and assess existing services. As a member of the Aleph Administrators group, this position will serve as a critical link between systems, technology specialists and Public Services staff throughout the NYU Division of Libraries and the Consortium.
The NYU Gallatin School of Individualized Study provides a distinctive liberal arts education for a diverse student body. Our faculty foster passionate intellectual commitments from learners and prepare them for a world in which managing knowledge is key to success. Guided by the philosophy that self-directed learning is the key goal, the faculty seek to cultivate an environment conducive to intellectual exploration across traditional academic disciplines, and they insist on active student engagement in developing the direction of their own education. Our highly specialized and deeply engaged advisers guide students in their intellectual explorations toward an interdisciplinary approach to problem solving.
The newly created Director of Operations position will oversee the operational service delivery for the school, including the supervision of 1-2 full-time staff members and a small team of student workers. This role will manage Gallatin’s service desk, classroom and AV support function, and act as the primary liaison with university service delivery departments such as Information Technology, Facilities and Construction Management, and Public Safety. The Director will be responsible for putting into place systems and processes for the intake and prioritization of service requests across a broad spectrum of operations, from desktop and classroom support to facilities repair and maintenance, as well as determining the escalation path from service request to project initiation, and providing project and program support where appropriate and necessary. The Director will be responsible for identifying key service synergies and efficiencies between departments, the school, and central university offices and will determine which services are best provided internally through school, via central NYU offices, or external service providers.
Provide technical development and back-end programming in support of the NYU’s Digital Communications Group, the unit responsible for managing NYU's overall web presence and applications of the web within NYU. Responsible for being the technical lead our group’s initiative to build a Drupal-based web CMS service that can better pool NYU community development talent within a governance and standards-based framework. Partner with other web developers on our team and within the NYU IT community to manage our overall DevOps code management and integration streams. Additionally, manage the mobile CMS (Kurogo) that powers our NYU Mobile app (in iOS and Android stores) and our official NYU iOS and Android mobile app stores – which requires uploading test and production mobile apps for NYU Mobile and other NYU-published mobile apps.
Provide technical development and back-end programming in support of the NYU’s Digital Communications Group, the unit responsible for managing NYU's overall web presence and applications of the web within NYU using the Adobe AEM web CMS (Content Management System) that powers 200+ administrative offices and 4 school websites of NYU. Additionally, contribute towards our group’s initiatives to build a Drupal-based web CMS service that can better pool NYU community development talent within a governance and standards-based framework.
The Senior Policy Analyst will partner with the Assistant Vice President, Senior Director, and Assistant Director of Government Affairs with the implementation of the University's advocacy and policy agenda, which includes advocating for University initiatives, securing resources for priority programs and aligning priorities with agendas that promote the University. The Senior Policy Analyst will serve as liaison between elected officials and the University regarding issues affecting the University. The incumbent will serve as the main point of contact for the NYC City Council, including developing and carrying out the University’s annual budget requests, following legislation and hearings that may impact the University, and representing the University to City elected officials. The incumbent will work with external consultants, as well as the government relations staff, to strategically and proactively implement the University's government relations agenda. The policy analyst will be asked to stay informed on government issues affecting NYU and be asked to assist in planning and staffing University events involving government officials and represent the University at various association meetings.
Stewardship and Special Events is a unit within University Development and Alumni Relations (UDAR) focused on the engagement and stewardship of the University’s major donors and the cultivation of prospects in support of NYU’s fundraising efforts. In that capacity, Stewardship and Special Events is tasked with developing and implementing 30+ high-visibility events annually for high net worth individuals, parents, and University alumni, hosted by the chair of the Board of Trustees, the President, and the leadership of NYU both in the U.S. and worldwide.
Under the supervision of the Associate Vice President for Stewardship and Special Events (AVP) and the Director for Special Events – Global (Director), this position will be responsible for supporting the execution of these events by driving the day-to-day management and effective analysis of budget and data. Develop data protocols to obtain and manage data for all events, working closely with the UDAR-ITS and prospect management teams and development officers. Manage events and stewardship budgets, including reconciliation with University financial systems. Lead the analysis of financial reports to inform decision-making, projections, and metrics. Liase with UDAR’s Business Operations and Administration unit for finance matters (accounts payable, purchasing, risk management, etc.) and ensure compliance with UDAR and University policies and procedures.
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