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Involved in administrative and general assistance type office work for the department. Handle complex budget work. Perform a wide range of clerical, secretarial and general office duties including those of a confidential nature. Prioritize office activities and delegate work to student and/or casual employees. Respond to inquiries displaying a comprehensive knowledge of the departmental offerings and policies. Interact with the general public and act as NYU contact/liaison. Interact with University personnel including those at the senior level regarding specific issues and problems. Customize and/or compose letters in response to requests for information. Perform general word processing duties utilizing intermediate to advanced-level functions. Modify and/or create databases and complex spreadsheets. Monitor complex department budgets and/or grants.
NYU Stern is one of the largest and most multifaceted business schools in the world and has always been among the most innovative schools programmatically. The school has over 5,000 students and a suite of degree and certificate programs including the flagship undergraduate and full-time MBA programs; part-time, Executive and Global Executive MBA programs; a range of MS degrees; and newly-launched focused MBAs in Tech and in Fashion & Luxury and Executive MBA in Washington DC. To support corporate relations within our Career Services Office, Stern has an exciting opportunity for an Associate Director, Corporate Relations.
The Associate Director will work with the Senior Director to develop short and long-term strategic plans for the Corporate Relations team. S/he will liaise with key internal stakeholders to ensure a holistic approach to corporate outreach, translating each team’s business needs for the corporate environment and identify opportunities for organizations to engage with faculty, students and staff. S/he will coach companies on the most effective ways to partner with the school, manage a calendar of on-site corporate visits, and engage in business development for new prospective partners. The Associate Director will also work in partnership with student leaders to solicit corporate sponsorship and speakers for student activities.
New York University’s Center on International Cooperation (CIC) over two decades has built a reputation for its work on the links between politics, security, justice, and sustainable development. Our core mission is to enhance international responses on the countries and issues most important to conflict prevention and recovery, through direct and regular engagement with multilateral institutions and the wider policy community.
CIC seeks a Director for Finance and Operations to serve as a key element in CIC’s financial management and provide leadership on the management of day-to-day operations. The principal job responsibilities of the Director for Finance and Operations cut across three areas. These include: strategic budgeting and overall financial management; grant management and financial reporting to donors and to internal NYU entities; and support to operations, including contracting, purchasing, internal processes/workflows, compliance with NYU policies, other issues.
The Director oversees the allocation of resources to meet priorities, controls all expenditures and statement of accounts to insure fiscal integrity, and directs special projects that may include space renovations, equipment purchases and long-range plans.
A key feature of the Director for Finance and Operations is their role as the liaison between CIC and internal NYU offices important to finance and grant management, including but not limited to Sponsored Programs Administration, Faculty of Arts and Sciences Fiscal Office, Accounts Payable, Procurement, and Insurance and Risk Management.
We are looking for a candidate that has a passion for working with teams; who is adept at delivering high-level budget forecasts as well as fine-grained financial reports; and someone who has an enthusiasm for problem solving and making processes work better. The position requires an ability to communicate effectively both in written and oral form, to have fluency with budgets and financial reports, and be sensitive to the needs of a wide range of internal and external constituencies. The ideal candidate will have experience within an international nonprofit setting, particularly those delivering internationally in developing countries. They will also have a practical understanding of working within a large organization; some experience with sponsored programs in a university setting is a plus. The candidate should have experience managing employees, with a proven ability to cultivate staff skills.
Reporting to the Director, the position will sit on CIC’s senior management team and will manage the work of the Budget and Finance Administrator.
The NYU Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP) provides pre-award and non-financial post award research administration service and support in sponsored programs administration to faculty, Investigators, and other researchers in academic units and provostial centers and institutes conducting research and undertaking other sponsored activities. The Associate Director (AD) for OSP reports to and will serve as a thought partner to the Senior Director of OSP. The AD supports the Senior Director in oversight of all staffing, budget, and operations of the OSP functional areas including proposal development, award management, contracts and subaward collaborations, international projects and AFAR, regulatory and sponsor compliance related to the conduct of sponsored projects, and research business intelligence platforms and systems supporting system to system proposal submission and award management and research and sponsored programs metrics and reporting. The AD provides direct supervision for OSP communications and traffic management and 3 Assistant Directors of functional areas of responsibility within the OSP including Proposal Development, Award Management, and Contracts & Collaborations. Provides leadership and mentorship to 17 full time staff members of the OSP with shared responsibility for pre-award research administration for the Washington Square campus (all divisions except NYU School of Medicine and Langone Medical Center) as well as the global campuses including NYU Abu Dhabi and NYU Shanghai (with the exception of UAE and Chinese government sponsors which are overseen by research administration at the respective global campuses). The AD serves as liaison to other administrative offices supporting sponsored activities at the University including and in particular the Office of Sponsored Programs Administration, NYU’s post award finance administration. The AD supports and resources systems integration analysis, planning and development for pre- to post award processes through NYU’s CAYUSE grants management to FAME financial systems. They contribute to business process improvement to ensure proper stewardship of extramural funding and compliance with federal regulatory compliance requirements, sponsor specific rules, and NYU policies and procedures related to research. AD holds delegated authority to evaluate and endorse proposals and provides assurances, representations, and certifications on behalf of the University more than 1800 proposals and signatory for more than 1700 awards totaling over $280M annually in secured external funding support for research, teaching, training, service and other sponsored activities supported by public, private and foreign sponsors. The Associate Director collaborates with the Senior Director and OSP senior staff in assessment of appropriateness of University programs and ensuring conformity with federal, sponsor specific and University policies regarding academic, budgetary and administrative components. Recommends modifications where necessary.
The Project Manager will support Office of the Provost goals by providing research and analysis on key topics and areas of strategic interest, and also by managing projects and deliverable schedules. The incumbent will assist with building project and program plans, including budgets and human resource plans, as well as produce reports, agendas, dashboards and minutes for project team meetings. The Project Manager will design, manage, and implement programs, services, events, and other offerings led by the Office of the Provost. The incumbent will design materials for dissemination, produce and maintain website and social media content, as well as prepare correspondence and other communication materials.
The SPS Admissions Office is seeking an individual to supervise the admissions application processing activities and staff: plan and implement annual applications' processing schedules, including the development and implementation of a calendar of operations for each department for which services are performed that outlines enrollment-related deadlines pertaining to admissions and registration. Provide ongoing training to staff in SPS Admissions Office and the SPS academic departments on the online application process and other admissions systems. Develop, analyze and present reports on admissions and prospective and admitted students. Develop and implement office policies and procedures and recommend changes. Ensure that admissions information is updated on the website; make recommendations for changes that will benefit prospective students. Serve as the liaison between the Admissions Office and the SPS Web Communications Team, and on-line application vendor.
The Workplace Experience Manager will oversee the successful operation of NYU's University Development and Alumni Relations (UDAR) office on a daily basis, implementing policies and programs that ensure a best-in-class workplace experience for staff. Energetic, creative, and hyper-operational, the Workplace Experience Manager will provide high-level customer service and execution of office management responsibilities, and play a critical role in building a positive organizational culture incorporating UDAR and NYU values and priorities. The Workplace Experience Manager will help cultivate and manage our physical office environment, steward organization-wide tools and technologies that enable productivity, and proactively seek operational and administrative solutions that help our staff achieve their best. This position will also supervise and manage a front desk receptionist and associated operations, ensuring visitors, colleagues, student, alumni, and staff receive a professional welcome to UDAR's office space.
Provide clinical supervision to Crisis Response Counselors and manage administrative tasks in the daily operation of the Wellness Exchange office. Respond to urgent and emergency situations with students and provide counseling and crisis intervention evenings and/or weekends including being available for 24 hour on call coverage. Conduct clinical assessments online, by phone, and in-person, assessing students' emotional or psychological problems; develop and implement appropriate responses including immediate hospitalization and/or referrals to other University medical and mental health care offices. Follow-up with students, their health care providers and families and appropriate University administration to monitor the progress of student’s treatment and recovery.
Manage operations and services for course maintenance and student recitals/registration. Develop, implement, and enforce guidelines and procedures that are consistent with School and University policies. Work with School leadership and faculty in developing new courses.
Nurses Improving Care for Healthsystem Elders (NICHE) is a nursing education and consultation program designed to improve geriatric care in healthcare organizations. The NICHE program of NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing provides resources for nursing and interdisciplinary teams to achieve organizational goals for the care of older adult patients.
We are currently seeking a Leadership Training Program Coordinator to join our team.
- Serve as the primary point of contact for the Leadership Training Program (LTP) and respond to all internal and external inquiries displaying a comprehensive knowledge of the department's activities, policies and programs.
- Interact with the general public as NYU liaison and with University personnel including those at the senior level to resolve issues and problems.
- Track enrollment, participation, and successful completion of program participants using multiple databases. Assist with efforts to maximize efficiency and improve processes.
- Customize and/or compose communications on own initiative or in response to requests for information. Modify and/or create databases and complex spreadsheets.
- Perform general word processing duties utilizing intermediate to advanced-level functions.
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