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NYU’s prestigious Leonard N. Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity available for an Assistant Director, Executive Education. The Assistant Director will partner with department leadership to ensure high-quality delivery and execution of the M.S. in Risk Management and M.S. in Global Finance programs. They will serve as the main relationship manager to executive level graduate students and NYU Stern Administration on all program related manners. Other responsibilities include contracting and managing e-payments for faculty, collecting and organizing program materials, and coordinating program logistics. The Assistant Director will work in permanent interface with participants, professors and administrative teams from the global degree partner institutions, on-campus support staff and outside vendors, and will serve as the main point of contact for all matters relating to program delivery in consultation with the Director.
University Development and Alumni Relations (UDAR) is dedicated to soliciting the private funding necessary to support the strategic goals of the University in teaching, learning, and research. The personnel of UDAR work university-wide as well as within individual schools and colleges of the University to discover, motivate, cultivate, solicit, and steward alumni, parents, faculty, and friends for immediate, long-range, and future financial support, through gifts and pledges to the University, for critical operations such as student aid, faculty support, academic and research program development, and facilities and infrastructure. UDAR's endeavors raise funds for immediate University use and also for the University's endowment.
The Leadership Annual Giving Officer is a professional fundraiser reporting to the Director of Development, Leadership Annual Giving, in the Office for University Development and Alumni Relations. They will be responsible for identifying, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding a targeted portfolio of annual fund prospects. This position typically solicits up to 500K annually; facilitates up to 100 meetings per year with alumni, friends, and parents. The Leadership Annual Giving Officer will also identify and cultivate 10 major gift prospects on an annual basis. The Leadership Annual Giving Officer will also work closely with other departments within the Development and Alumni Relations Office including School based Major Gift fundraisers, Alumni Relations, ITS, Research, and other development offices throughout the University to raise the school's local, regional, state, national and international support. The incumbent will also lead special projects (e.g. Councils and Giving Circles) at the request and discretion of the Director of Development, Leadership Annual Giving. Travel, both local and national, is required.
UDAR encourages work-life integration for our employees, therefore this position is eligible for a hybrid work arrangement.
The Admissions Office at the School of Professional Studies (SPS) is seeking an indvidual to serve as an Admissions Officer. Under very general supervision the Admissions Officer will represent and market NYU to potential students at on-campus and off-campus recruitment events; cultivate relationships with students to encourage a positive response and interest in attending NYU and promote NYU and its' schools and programs. Assist with the achievement of University, geographic, and department enrollment targets by encouraging qualified students to apply to NYU. Review and evaluate students' admission applications. Approve or deny applications and recommend borderline applicants to academic departments and Admission Committee for further consideration. Advise students on application process, University and School programs, academic requirements, financial aid options, housing, and other student services.
The IRB Coordinator will provide regulatory expertise, guidance and administrative support to the NYU Institutional Review Board reviewing human subject research protocols. Attain and maintain comprehensive and up-to-date knowledge of human subject research protections and IRB regulations. Works with researchers, the IRB Chairperson(s) and members, the Human Research Compliance Director, IRB staff and other University offices to ensure the rights and welfare of participants in the human research activities conducted by the University's faculty, scientists, and students. Advises researchers in adhering to IRB requirements, federal and state regulations, state law, University policies, and the ethical principles that apply to human research projects. The incumbent will Assist the chair and committee in the Investigation and resolution of any noncompliance issues. Works with the IRB Chairperson and other IRB members by providing professional analytical and technical assistance while interacting closely with researchers from University schools and departments.
Manage operations and provide administrative support to the Office of the Dean to ensure smooth functioning of the office. Serve as a liaison with various departments and administrative offices within the Division, University, and with the Senior Leadership Team, including the President and Provost; communicate with internal and external contacts on behalf of the Dean. Lead and participate in various special projects for Dean as required. Act as primary contact for the Dean’s schedule and represent the Office as necessary; assist with faculty affairs communications; manage budgets, reimbursements, and purchasing and ensure adherence to University financial policies and procedures.
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 office's activities, policies, and programs. Interact with the general public as NYU Meyers liaison and with University personnel including those at the senior level to resolve issues and problems. Customize and/or compose letters on own initiative or 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.
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 office'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. Customize and/or compose letters on own initiative or 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.
Manage and execute all administrative and operational functions for the BFA Studio Art Program, art minors programs, and non-major course offerings for undergraduate studies in the art department. Advise Program Director and Department Administration on matters that affect the academic programs and collaborate with the scheduling team to develop academic course offerings and for curricular planning. Assist the Program Director in hiring and supporting adjunct faculty. Collaborate with the Program Director to facilitate program outreach, assess recruitment strategies, and manage the application review and admissions process. Participate in events and communications that support the admissions process and retention of matriculated students. Manage budgets and work closely with Department Administration on special projects. Collaborate with and offer cross-program support for projects and initiatives involving other academic programs within the department.
The Senior Associate Vice President (SAVP), Global Campus Safety, will report directly to the Vice President, Global Campus Safety (VP) and will identify points of intersection that will lead to greater efficiency, improved processes, reduced duplication, increased customer satisfaction, and enhanced service management and quality across Campus Safety teams and service areas globally. The SAVP will also be responsible for ensuring operational excellence, exceptional managerial and team performance, as well as overall operational efficiency of Campus Safety (CS) and advising the VP on all matters of operational accountability, strategic planning and operations, stewardship of CS resources and will liaise with numerous central University offices in developing long and short term plans in furtherance of the units goals and mission. The SAVP will also develop near and long-term operational strategy across all areas of CS while promoting a collaborative work environment. The SAVP will provide leadership and direction for multi-functional and diverse teams across the Department with direct oversight of areas such as Transportation (university-wide fleet management), Professional Standards (Accreditation, Training, Internal Affairs, Records and Compliance), Strategic Initiatives (Strategic Planning, Communications, Research and Planning, Process Improvement, Performance Management) Finance and Administration (Business and Workplace Services); as well as community engagement initiatives assigned by the VP, globally. The SAVP serves as a key representative of the VP at selected internal and external meetings with faculty, staff, students, vendors, global partners, and university leadership and administrators among other stakeholders to ensure communication, collaboration and partnership on all Campus Safety services.
The Laboratory Manager will be responsible for the day-to-day operation of the research laboratory facilities on the 6th, 7th & 8th floors of Rogers Hall, primarily serving the CBE department. Activities include working directly with graduate students, post-doctoral researchers, visiting faculty, undergrads, and REUs to facilitate research; laboratory safety training and policy; department-wide FDNY C14 certification training and processing; maintaining equipment and instrument service records, supervising equipment operations, creating and disseminating standard operating procedures and policies; regularly interacting with Tandon Senior Lab Safety Officer and NYU Environmental Health and Safety/ Research Lab Safety and Facilities Management; maintaining the BioRAFT integrated safety and compliance platform. In addition, the position will contribute to the department’s research and training mission.
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