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Serve as Assistant Varsity Coach of Men's Basketball: assist with the development of recruiting plans in consultation with the Head Coach; following consultation with the Academic Affairs Advisor, identify and recommend prospective student-athletes and recruiting visits to the Head Coach; actively recruit and evaluate prospects; conduct recruitment visits; conduct recruitment competition evaluations and in-person visits to home, school, showcase camps and club competitions as per NCAA Division III (National Collegiate Athletics Division III) and UAA (University Athletics Association) regulations; assess prospective student-athletes skills/abilities and prepare written evaluations of prospective student-athletes for Head Coach's review. In consultation with the Head coach, assist with the development of practice plans, strategies for upcoming contests, and player skills and conditioning programs. Develop and execute a segment(s) of each practice including presenting scouting reports on upcoming opponents ; presenting a new defensive or offensive scheme; demonstrating or conducting player position drills and training. Assess strengths and weaknesses of NYU student-athletes and the athletes on opposing teams and develop strategies and tactics to assist the Head Coach in planning game strategy.
This position will provide legal counsel and support to the University's schools, colleges, portal campuses, global sites, and administrative areas. The Office of General Counsel seeks a litigator with strong client counseling skills to support and collaborate with the Student Affairs, Litigation, and Employment practice group, primarily focusing on counseling and research related to student and academic affairs and representing the University in litigation, agency, and other legal disputes arising out of student issues, as well as general litigation matters. This attorney will have primary responsibility for certain legal matters and will support more senior attorneys in the office on other matters, requiring both the ability to independently manage all aspects of a litigation or other legal matters, as well as the ability to contribute as part of a team. This position has the opportunity to work closely with members of the University community and requires a collaborative, mission-oriented approach to counseling. The position may supervise, on a project basis, outside counsel, legal assistants, paralegals, and interns. The Office of General Counsel is particularly interested in candidates who have interest in (1) managing project-based work to proactively support legal and operational needs and (2) occasionally providing support, as needed, to other practice areas, such as assisting on transactional, real estate, employment, or intellectual property matters and otherwise maintaining the ability to quickly research and provide assistance in new areas.
The Chief Data Officer / Chief Privacy Officer serves as a senior leader and advisor leading the University’s effort to rationalize data, business processes, applications, and technology to support NYU’s mission. This position serves as NYU’s Chief Privacy Officer, collaborating across the university to lead NYU’s privacy program. They also oversee the Enterprise Architecture and Data Governance teams, administering data governance to help the University leverage data to its full extent.
Scope and Responsibilities
The successful candidate looks forward, establishing and executing strategies and priorities across schools and units to enable IT to effectively support the University’s business goals efficiently and effectively as possible. The role ensures NYU’s innovation and strategy is supported by the information technology environment.
This position is responsible for creating and overseeing the university's privacy program, working with leaders across NYU to develop policies based on NYU’s values. The program allows people to determine who gets access to what data under what conditions and in what form. This facilitates the NYU’s data-based operations while honoring privacy values. The successful candidate is responsible for convening and organizing data governance leaders across the university to implement the privacy program and ensure that NYU has access to accurate data to improve operations. This position melds business processes and applications into the data governance and privacy programs. This position mostly interacts with leaders outside of NYU IT, working collaboratively with university and IT leaders to create the maximum benefit at a reasonable cost.
Privacy Program (25%)
Build and lead the university’s Privacy Program.
- Develop and coordinate a risk management policy and compliance framework for privacy.
- Develop and manage enterprise-wide procedures to ensure the development of new products and services is consistent with NYU privacy policies and legal obligations.
- Periodically revise the privacy program in light of changes in laws, regulatory or NYU policy.
- Work with the general counsel, external affairs and businesses to ensure both existing and new services comply with privacy and data security obligations.
- Work with legal counsel and management, key departments and committees to ensure the organization has and maintains appropriate privacy and confidentiality consent, authorization forms and information notices and materials reflecting current organization and legal practices and requirements.
Privacy Operations (25%)
Establish a process for receiving, documenting, tracking, investigating and taking action on all complaints concerning the organization’s privacy policies and procedures as they pertain to data access. Establish and oversee a privacy training program for the NYU community coordinating with offices of compliance within the federated systems at the university.
Data Governance (20%)
This role collaboratively develops and executes an enterprise data governance strategy through a team of data governance leaders for the university that helps to deliver secure, reliable and accurate reporting, data collection and data warehousing to meet a variety of operational needs across numerous stakeholder groups, in addition to working closely with university leaders on data governance.
Enterprise Architecture (20%)
This role collaboratively oversees an enterprise architecture (business process, application, data, IT systems) strategy through a team of enterprise architects for the university that delivers business process automation and understanding efficiently and effectively. Works across NYU to develop capital and investment plans to further the University mission.
Manage the unit’s financial and people resources. Develop and maintain a team of collaborative leaders that works across NYU to further the mission through enterprise architecture and data governance.
Under the supervision of the Director of Technology Enhanced Education, the Instructional Technologist oversees, supports, and promotes the effective use of technology and design in online teaching, course, and program design at New York University's School of Global Public Health. Collaborates closely with Academic Departments at GPH in the curricular development, and the design of hybrid and online courses as well as the support of in person courses with technology enhancements. Implements pedagogical best practices and support educational technologies needed to effectively execute course mission, aligning to departmental goals & objectives.
Manage sponsored research funds for the department of Biomaterials and Biomimetics. Develop and prepare grant budget projections and recommendations; monitor and approve expenditures and subcontracts. Assist the Department Manager and faculty principal investigators in making financial decisions related to grants to ensure grant stipulations and agreements are met. Develop various financial reports to track expenses on grants. Develop and implement grant-related policies and procedures.
The Division of Applied Undergraduate Studies at the School of Professional Studies is seeking an Academic Advisor to advise students annually on academic programs, policies, and procedures. This individual will guide students in identifying career goals and aspirations, assist them in choosing courses and programs that link academic planning to career and professional objectives. Conduct graduation audits each semester. Assess students' background and academic interests to assign students to faculty mentors
Manage departmental operations and activities to ensure NYU payables financial obligations are met on an accurate and timely basis while adhering to policies and procedures. Ensure compliance with and enhance internal control procedures; monitor all workflows, processes, and system related activities within the department. Oversee the investigation completed by AP Processors where invoice and purchase order do not match to ensure that payment process is completed accurately. Supervise staff; hire, train and evaluate performance. Act as main liaison between suppliers and University Accounts Payable processors.
NYU's Global Programs & University Life organization is committed to being a welcoming campus community that reflects and enacts the values of inclusion, diversity, belonging, equity and accessibility that inform academic excellence. Employees in this organization are expected to contribute to diverse, equitable, inclusive and accessible learning and working environments for our students, staff, and faculty.
Provide diagnostic psychiatric assessments, formulate medical treatment program and provide follow-up care to NYU students; prepare and maintain medical records on patients treated. Instruct and review patient assessments and treatments charted by psychiatric residents.
Serve as a payroll subject matter expert. Compile, analyze and document issues on payroll and related fiscal activities in order to identify systemic issues or problems and propose solutions. Implement internal control procedures to review and approve payroll expenditures. Assess complexity of payroll issues and determine resolutions; make recommendations to senior department management based on knowledge of payroll; investigate payroll discrepancies and find resolution with appropriate University offices to resolve problem transactions. Analyze and reconcile per pay period and liability remittances. Keep abreast of all federal and state payroll tax law changes. Serve as tier 2 escalation for employee payroll questions.
The Director, Bookstore Contract Services & Operations will:
- Oversee, direct, and manage NYU’s Bookstore operations and the contractual relationship with the vendors who provides services for the NYU bookstore.
- Act as a liaison and strategic partner between the vendor and the University stakeholder and schools.
- Ensure that the vendor meets expectations as outlined in the service agreement.
- Be responsible for strategic planning, programs and the quality and financial performance of the bookstore.
- Have direct oversight and authorization of the payroll approval and reconciliation for NYU’s employees and or student employees working at the bookstore.
NYU is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to a policy of equal treatment and opportunity in every aspect of its recruitment and hiring process without regard to age, alienage, caregiver status, childbirth, citizenship status, color, creed, disability, domestic violence victim status, ethnicity, familial status, gender and/or gender identity or expression, marital status, military status, national origin, parental status, partnership status, predisposing genetic characteristics, pregnancy, race, religion, reproductive health decision making, sex, sexual orientation, unemployment status, veteran status, or any other legally protected basis. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, persons of minority sexual orientation or gender identity, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply for vacant positions at all levels.