Posting Number 2017-3150 Location US-NY-New York Posted Date 6/6/2017 Union N/A School/Division School of Professional Studies (CP1108) Department Name : Office of the Dean FT/PT Full-Time
Direct administration of day-to-day program activities of the NYU Veterans and Military Resource Center. In partnership with other Schools and departments, develop veteran-specific programming. Identify internal and external faculty to conduct workshops. Monitor and evaluate program success and sustainability. Evaluate outcomes to improve future programs and needs. Evaluate proposals for and develop programs and collaborations based on the mission of the Center and make recommendations for new strategic initiatives. Administer program budgets and control expenses, supervise staff. Make presentations about the current state of offerings. Recommend, plan and implement changes to existing programs and initiatives. Assist veterans on campus with the navigation of available benefits and University resources. Serve as lead coordinator of the Veterans Advisory Committee and co-chair of the Veterans Working Group. Plan and implement programs for current veteran students and alumni for the School of Professional Studies including orientation, parents and family day, student club organization activities, and student-alumni mentorship activities. Assist with creation and development of new initiatives to attract veteran students. Identify appropriate, mutually beneficial relationships with other veterans-affiliated organizations and potential opportunities for collaboration. In partnership with appropriate central offices, develop a community engagement strategy for the veteran population at-large, including coordinating conferences, seminars, programs, and events that would be of interest to external veteran constituencies. Maintain a comprehensive veteran website.
Required Education: Bachelor's degree
Preferred Education: Master's degree
Required Experience: 5 years’ experience with background and knowledge in development, implementation and administration of programs in academic and professional settings. Related experience or equivalent combination. Experience working with or within the U.S. military, Veteran's Affairs, or military assistance programs a plus.
Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: Strong oral, written and interpersonal communications skills. An understanding of VA (Veterans Administration) benefits and knowledge of the educational needs of nontraditional student populations. Ability to set and meet goals and deadlines. Ability to positively represent the Center to students, prospective students, university partners and external constituents. Budget management. Ability to work with minimal supervision. High level problem solving skills. Ability to provide exceptional leadership and customer service.
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