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Reporting to the Associate Vice President, Schools and Institutes in University Development and Alumni Relations, this position will act as the lead strategist and fundraiser for global development and institutional engagement. The Executive Director, Global and Institutional Engagement will provide leadership and senior-fundraising expertise across the global network and provide direction, mentoring and professional support for a team of 8 -12 professionals focused on portfolios of high-capacity global, corporate and foundation prospects and institutions. The Executive Director will partner with other senior-level fundraising partners, including the SVP of UDAR, the AVP, Schools and Institutes, Deans and the University President, as assigned. The Executive Director will have agreed to and progressive individual fundraising and meeting goals based on their pipeline and portfolio and be accountable for the team's overall fundraising outcomes. Extensive global and domestic travel is required, accompanied by a strong understanding of the NYU global network, cultural nuances in philanthropy and an understanding of global markets and currencies, as they specifically relate to philanthropic giving.
Provide clinical assessment, short-term psychotherapy, group therapy, and crisis intervention to student population at NYU DC (Washington, DC); build close working relationships with external mental health providers (including psychiatrists) and other medical professionals from whom NYU DC students seek care. Liaise with faculty and administrators to best serve the mental health needs of NYU DC students. In consultation with the Director of Counseling & Wellness based in New York, establish policies and procedures related to the provision of mental health services in Washington DC. Work with other student affairs professionals at NYU DC who are responsible for other aspects of student health including ensuring immunization compliance of the NYU DC student population. Create and deliver health promotion and orientation programming related to health and mental health at NYU DC for faculty, staff and students. Manage students' questions related to their global health insurance and liaise with insurance vendor representatives. This position requires being available for 24 hour emergency on-call coverage. Please note this position is located in Washington DC at NYU DC.
The Center for Applied Liberal Arts is seeking an administrator to develop noncredit programs including curriculum and course development, determination of course offerings, student advisement, adjunct faculty hiring, evaluation and promotion. Responsibilities also include: assist with the administration of graduate degree programs. Market programs to professional associations and prospective students. Establish industry/professional relationships beneficial to the department. Participate in strategic planning initiatives. Supervise staff.
Direct the strategic and tactical oversight and delivery of financial policies, compliance and workplace services (business, office and administrative support) for the NYU IT organization. Lead a team of administrative staff responsible for executive and administrative support; develop and oversee related policies, procedures, trainings, and protocols to ensure the effective management and support of NYU IT leadership. Position will oversee, maintain and manage NYU IT’s financial policies and departmental office support needs.
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People at the heart of everything we do: We listen to our clients, and colleagues, and use our expertise to anticipate and address their needs.
Create space to innovate: We challenge assumptions and seek out fresh perspectives and new ways of thinking to fuel our productivity.
Right promise. Right delivery: We set clear goals and priorities, and execute with speed and agility to deliver better results.
Share information. Build trust: We engage in open and honest communications that reflect inclusiveness, fairness and respect for each other.
Teams and partnerships work. Boundaries don’t: We collaborate to maximize the value we bring to NYU because our best ideas come from working together.
Insist on excellence: We take pride in what we do, strive to improve constantly and hold ourselves accountable for the results.
Discuss, select, plan, and facilitate the completion of an undergraduate student's academic and professional goals as well as provide the student with opportunities to form affiliations with scholars and professionals across disciplines. Counsel students on academic, career, and personal matters for the Department's Applied Psychology Undergraduate Program (APUG). Develop and deliver innovative, dynamic student services and special events, seminars, and workshops. Serve on Department committees related to student affairs.
Responsible for design, development, configuration and maintenance of Workday modules, including HCM, Benefits, Compensation, Payroll and integrations to external applications & vendors. Gather and analyze the needs of human resources end users and serve as a liaison between key stakeholders and IT. Execute the entire development lifecycle including scope definition, functional requirements gathering, analysis, testing, training and communication. Support process improvement through configuration in Workday as needed. Support and advise Employee Systems Management and HR leadership in the overall management of the project portfolio and the maintenance of all HR administrative systems and operations. Design, develop, maintain and execute standard and ad-hoc HR reports using available reporting tools including Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access, etc. Provide daily operational support that includes maintenance & updates to Workday Security.
In collaboration with the Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Diversity, develop Steinhardt initiatives that support faculty career productivity and professional development, and ensure diversity and equity among the faculty. Co-develop and execute a Steinhardt development and diversity plan under the direction of senior School leadership. Provide administrative leadership for faculty activities related to faculty development and diversity, and expand the faculty development component of faculty affairs.
NYU’s prestigious Leonard N. Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity available for an Assistant Director of Student Engagement. This position will manage logistics, reporting, and operations associated with all international MBA programs, including Doing Business in, Study Abroad, and faculty-led international courses. The Assistant Director will take primary ownership of outgoing Study Abroad programs, including the selection process, course credit oversight, and reporting. This position will take primary ownership of faculty-led international course operations, reporting, and logistics and serve as the primary advisor for cultural treks. The selected candidate will advise students on the international program offerings and counsel students on proper course selection. Other responsibilities including managing special events, maintaining program budget and taking primary oversight of data for internal purposes as well as survey responses.
The French Politics, Culture & Society Journal publishes peer-reviewed articles and book reviews on modern and contemporary France from the perspectives of the social sciences, history, and cultural analysis. It also examines France's relationship to the larger world, especially Europe, the United States, and the former French empire. The Managing Editor, who serves under the supervision of the Executive Editor, is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the journal and preparing each issue of the journal for submission to the publisher on schedule. The Managing Editor keeps in close contact with the editor(s) of the journal, the editorial board, the publisher, and authors and prospective authors to maintain the journal’s reputation for high scholarly standards, cordiality, and efficiency. The Managing Editor also makes recommendations to the Executive Editor regarding policy changes and ensures that they are implemented.
Reporting to the Assistant Vice President for Government Affairs, this position partners with the Senior Vice Provost for Research and Director of Sponsored Programs in advancing the university’s research capabilities and promoting research accomplishments. Primary goals of the position are to 1) Identify the advancement of both large university-wide and faculty-specific research funding opportunities, 2) Build and strengthen relationships and strategic partnerships with key individuals at the research funding agencies, science policy organizations and the U.S. Congress, and 3) Increase internal and external awareness of research successes at NYU to show investments in research lead to economic growth, increased health outcomes and a more educated citizenry. The position will interact internally with NYU research administrators, government affairs, public affairs and representatives of different schools throughout the university.
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