Job ID: 2021-9054 Type: Stern School of Business (SB1071) # of Openings: 1 Category: Academic Program Support New York University
NYU’s Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for an Assistant Director of Programs and Judiciary Affairs in the Undergraduate College. The selected candidate will work on a dynamic team to develop and manage the Undergraduate College’s joint BS/MS in Accounting Program, the BS/BFA program, and other dual degree programs and special initiatives, such as the Stern Program for Undergraduate Research (SPUR). The Assistant Director will also generate reports and analyses to facilitate/inform advising and registration procedures as well as assist with the management of enrollments in New York and global courses, including working with NYU Registrar and Stern Registration teams. The selected candidate will also research and resolve alleged violations of the student code of conduct and manage the student judiciary committee.
The selected candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree and 3 years of relevant experience or equivalent combination. The selected candidate must have experience developing and implementing programs, activities, academic advising or related student services. Excellent written and verbal communication, organizational skills, strong project management, relationship building skills, knowledge of relational databases and familiarity with managing budgets are also required. Candidates with a Master’s degree are preferred.
New York University Stern School of Business is a welcoming community that inspires its members to embrace and lead change in a rapidly transforming world. We offer a collegial and supportive culture, and an excellent benefits package, which includes up to 100% NYU tuition waiver, generous vacation and holidays, health benefits, and flexible work policies. NYU and Stern offer access to a wide range of professional development resources, along with opportunities to build your career, relationships, and expand your network. NYU Stern, located in the heart of Greenwich Village and deeply connected with the City for which it is named, is one of the nation’s premier management education schools and research centers.
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