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The Program Administrator works with the Senior Director and the Associate Director to help set the vision for MindfulNYU and student engagement at Global Spiritual Life. This person, plans, organizes and directs the programming and student life activities of MindfulNYU, including a full capacity yoga studio, a robust meditation program, special events and partnerships across the university and the Global Network. The Program Administrator is responsible for managing the programming and student leadership, development of strategic programming for the year across the GNU, and supervising program budgeting. The Program Administrator will also design, implement, and analyze assessment measures for certain elements of MindfulNYU, and will serve as the a university-wide resource for mindfulness and meditation at NYU, providing meditation workshops on-demand, scheduling yoga workshops for groups and offices, and promoting MindfulNYU as a hub and center of all work across campus and globally. This position will also specifically manage and direct outreach, support and programming for spiritual and religious students from marginalized identities across the university, in line with unit, division and University priorities.
In collaboration with the Director of Scheduling Management, the incumbent is responsible for creating and executing the strategic and tactical scheduling plans for all students. Collaborate with faculty, division heads, and department chairpersons to identify and/or address their specific needs regarding time, frequency, and required room attributes for courses. Consult with faculty to assess needs for space for classes, clinic hours, lectures, seminars, examinations and all other assignment specifications related to academic programming for students. Build strong relationships with faculty and make independent judgments about priorities and protocols. Analyze spatial needs for courses and availability of facilities, students, and faculty to create an academic schedule and individual student schedules for classes and clinics. Assist in delivering optimal annual schedules for multiple academic programs that run on different tracks and academic calendars. Analyze reports regarding space usage for academic programs and opportunities for availability of space for other uses. Analyze data and academic year outcomes to make recommendations for future planning.
Under general direction, renders professional nursing care to ensure the comfort and well being of patients. Administers medications and treatments as prescribed by the physician. Maintains patients' medical records on observations. Assists physician during treatment and examination of patient. May have specialized area of concentration such as oncology or dialysis. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree in nursing and RN license and four to seven years of experience.
Guide, advise, and support graduate students through the career planning, decision making, and job searching processes. Assist graduate students in analyzing their interests and skills and developing career goals. Plan, market and implement career related programs and gather data to analyze program effectiveness and establish, strengthen, and maintain relationships between the institution and employers. Liaise with senior stakeholders including faculty, university administrators and employers across NYU's global sites.
Information Technology (NYU IT) is NYU’s central organization for technology-based services for University faculty, students, staff, and administrators. NYU IT provides computer, network, telephony and Internet services to the entire University. NYU IT is seeking an IAM Developer to support and develop our identity and access management systems. Subject matter for this role includes identifier matching and assignment; user, group and role provisioning; entitlement provisioning; account claim and password management; monitoring and auditing of access, and ensuring data cleanliness. The IAM Developer will utilize their knowledge of web development technologies and cloud solutions, as well as familiarity with Identity and Access Management at the enterprise level. This position reports to the manager of the IAM team within Enterprise Data Management.
The Manager, Finance will oversee the Steinhardt School’s $9M budget for Doctoral Studies as well as perform the duties necessary to ensure the accurate funding of the total compensation, as approved by Steinhardt, to all full-time Doctoral Fellows as well as Research Assistants at the Steinhardt School. The Manager, Finance will oversee all aspects of external grants for doctoral students. This position will provide strategic oversight over financial recommendations.
The Assistant Director, Digital Marketing & Recruitment will be responsible for developing digital marketing and recruitment content for NYU Wagner’s degree programs. The role will be responsible for: a) writing, creating, and publishing marketing content across multiple digital platforms, including web, email, social media, and multimedia channels; b) managing a content and editorial calendar of marketing and communications efforts; c) developing and maintaining metrics to measure the success of marketing and recruitment efforts; and d) ensuring adherence to the school’s overall brand and marketing strategies; e) managing student workers and collaborating with NYU Wagner staff, faculty, and external vendors.
The Senior Director of the IT Project Management Office (PMO) is responsible for developing and executing the overall vision, mission, goals and strategies for the IT PMO. This position will ensure that IT programs and projects meet organizational goals and requirements, deliver desired outcomes, and are executed with consistency and the highest project management standards. Key responsibilities include:
- Lead, direct and be accountable for the overall performance of the IT PMO team in the delivery of IT projects.
- Develop and handle comprehensive project portfolio, budgets, resource allocations, and costs with overall accountability for portfolio performance, using KPI's and metrics.
- Establish and facilitate effective project management governance, oversight and prioritization in support of organization's objectives.
- Adopt and adhere to change management best practices, ensuring IT teams, partners and stakeholders are engaged and informed appropriately throughout the project lifecycle.
- Serve as an escalation point, providing conflict resolution to drive top quality, on-time/budget delivery.
- Oversee the development of roadmaps, identifying and addressing interdependencies, risks and constraints.
- Apply risk management assessment in project planning/ongoing execution and resolves issues and conflicts associated with management of multiple complex high-priority projects.
- Drive continuous improvement in project quality, velocity and results
- Lead project management team, establish performance expectations and standards, serve as a role-model and provide leadership direction to PMs throughout project lifecycle.
- Create organizational credibility with respect to all project management deliverables and process efficiencies by instilling the culture of execution, operational excellence, and accountability for outcomes.
NYU IT CORE BELIEFS
We demonstrate our core beliefs everyday in our interactions, attitude and performance.
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.
The General & Restricted Accounting Manager (G&RA Manager) is responsible for managing the accounting and financial reporting for NYU’s endowment, investments, gifts, deferred gifts, and other accounting functions and is part of NYU’s Office of Accounting-Investment Banking (I&B) team. In this role, the G&RA Manager is responsible for: 1) accurate and timely endowment, deferred gift (CGAs, CRTs, etc), and investment reporting, 2) maintaining proper internal controls for related functions, 3) timely, reliable financial and management reporting, 4) compliance with regulatory reporting requirements, 5) dedicated supervision and training for G&RA staff and 6) serving as accounting subject matter expert for complex gifts. The position is the liaison between I&B and NYU’s Fiscal Officers and is responsible for providing timely, professional general accounting service and support to all NYU schools and administrative units.
The Financial Analyst II position is an intermediate role within the Budget Office, which may include the preparation of annual budgets and financial plans, financial performance evaluations and reporting, transactional support, and the development and maintenance of budget and financial planning systems, models and key processes.
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