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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.
The Center for Academic Excellence and Support in the School of Professional Studies seeks an individual to serve as the Director of Research and Development (DRD). This role has primary ownership of the Nexus project portfolio and the day-to-day planning and implementation of new resources, tools, and systems to advance the NYU Learning Ecosystem. The DRD engages in work to enhance the NYU SPS Learning Ecosystem across the following areas: Learner-Centric Course Architecture; Goal-Driven Technology Adoption; Incubation of Faculty Labs and Initiatives; Learning Data and Research; and Design Sessions and Solutions Events for Internal and External Clients. The DRD works with the Executive Director and the Director of Operations and Learning to evaluate the Nexus service model and drive continuous improvement using technology and research on learning and teaching. The DRD supervises and works with the Technology Lead and the Creative Production Lead to ensure the Nexus resource ecosystem is meeting current and emerging needs of the SPS community. The DRD plays a lead role in using data and interdisciplinary research methods to plan, deliver, and enhance Nexus resources, tools, and experiences to facilitate community learning. The DRD is also responsible for actively contributing to a high performance team-focused culture through modeling and mentorship. Additionally, the DRD is focused on creating, implementing, and revising organizational practices, systems, policies to maximize agility, effectiveness, efficiency, experimentation, innovation, and staff growth.
The Department Administrator directs the daily operations for the Associate Dean of Public Affairs & Communications, Office of Marketing and Communications and supports the staff as needed at NYU Tandon School of Engineering. Treats all communications and information, especially all financial information confidentially to maintain an atmosphere of integrity and trust when dealing with faculty, staff and clients. Responsible for operational and administrative details and performs functions that require a thorough familiarity with Tandon's policies, procedures, and operations. This position interfaces regularly with high-level internal and external contacts that require discretion, initiative, confidentiality, and judgment. Monitor budgets, spending, analyze and revise budgets, and budget reporting. Oversee work flow to ensure effectiveness of administrative operations; oversee special projects and events; and represent and serve as an ambassador for the Office of the Marketing & Communications.
Provide high quality patient care and education to a diverse University community in accordance with established standards and medical ethics, policies and procedures of the Student Health Center.
The Web Content Producer works amongst an internal team of professionals and occasional third-party vendors to ensure the well-being and appropriate presentation of Web content through its digital lifecycles on NYU's public Web properties, including but not limited to NYU.edu and other non-NYU online venues (ex. YouTube.com, Facebook.com, etc.). This position provides leadership in the area of support for strategic university communications through digital means by assessing, analyzing, requesting, and utilizing functionalities within NYU's enterprise content management applications and legacy Web servers. The Web Content Producer will proactively develop relationships and work closely with clients from different departments to help create and improve their existing sites, conduct analyses, create project/client support documents as needed, and regularly assist in responding to site viewer feedback and content management system user support needs, all under the supervision of the Web Assistant Director. Additionally, this position will work closely with our NYU IT partners to maintain the presentation layer, user experience, and NYU brand standards established.
Lead the quantitative modeling and market research activities the for the Office of Real Estate in negotiating and analyzing purchases, sales, and leases, both as Landlord and as Tenant. Source opportunities for NYU to expand/adjust portfolio based on study of market trends. This role also manages the forecasting of ORE revenue and expenses, as well as the ongoing maintenance of the department Budget . Coordinate accounting, budgeting, payment, and forecasting functions with the CABO organization. Design and execute analytical reviews and industry benchmark analysis of NYU’s real estate portfolio. Routinely produce financial reports and ad hoc studies as requested.. . Participate in interdepartmental interdisciplinary projects on key University initiatives and committees related to the real estate portfolio. Orchestrate financial and qualitative analysis to review real estate opportunities under consideration by NYU, including the design of custom models and presentations for University Leadership and Board of Trustees to inform strategic Real Estate decisions. Serve as a team lead and project manager in a variety of capacities to help fulfill high priority tasks and long term goals for the Office of Real Estate and the University.
Manage the administrative operations for the Office of Vice Dean. Responsible for financial planning and operations for the unit; planning and implementing School-wide activities and events for the Vice Dean, including policy breakfasts, receptions, and conferences; supervise office operations and staff; develop and administer annual budget for the Office; respond to correspondence and inquiries independent of the Vice Dean involvement and determine when to escalate matters. Manage contracts, gifts and faculty “start-up” funds and some grants. Advise units on grant funds management and budget planning, interpret terms of grant contracts, monitor appropriate spending, analyze and revise budgets, and prepare budget reporting.
The Publishing Operations Specialist, working independently as well as in conjunction with the Business Operations Manager, ensures that the Press’s business systems are functioning at full capacity. They will collaboratively train and support the NYU Press staff on workflow functions & business tools while working to develop and implement improved operations that will increase the overall productivity of the NYU Press.
Serve as a payroll subject matter expert and manage the processing for payroll related to adjuncts and student employees. Performs a variety of payroll-related activities which require advanced knowledge of payroll processing procedures. Communicate and interpret University and school payroll policies and procedures. Implement internal control procedures to review and approve payroll expenditures. Assess the complexity of payroll issues and determine resolutions; make recommendations to senior department management based on knowledge of payroll; investigate payroll discrepancies and find resolution, working with University Payroll, to resolve problem transactions. Analyze and reconcile per pay period salary expenses. Keep abreast of all school and payroll changes. Serve as tier 2 escalation for employee payroll questions.
Oversee administrative operations for the Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) and Interactive Media Arts Program (IMA). Direct administrative processes related to the departmental budget; postdocs and adjunct faculty. Supervise day-to-day operations including the establishment of office policies and procedures, determining short- and long-term goals and work priorities. Oversee the departmental budget. Implement the schedule of the department’s curriculum, prioritizing scheduling requests to meet department needs. Oversee Master Course Schedule each semester and oversee classroom assignments including labs and special room requests. Serve as liaison with the School and University Office to resolve problems.
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