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Vertically Integrated Projects Manager

New York University
Brooklyn, New York

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This position is an Academic Program Manager for an undergraduate research and experiential learning program at NYU. The manager will provide operational support to the Vertically Integrated Projects (VIP) Program in the Undergraduate Academics Office. This position will focus on educational research, academic program assessment, curriculum development, faculty training, and student success mentorship to successfully offer and conduct the Vertically Integrated Project Program. In addition this position will coordinate student teams working on faculty research, entrepreneurship, service, and innovation projects within the Vertically Integrated Projects Program. The manager will oversee all aspects of analysis, evaluation, and educational outcomes for the VIP Program including student recruitment, applications, admission, enrollment, student success, diversity, graduation, retention, and job placement. The VIP Manager will also support program development, expansion, collaborations, events management, funding, and outreach. For any questions about this position, please contact the NYU VIP Director, Jack Bringardner at [email protected]du. Learn more and apply here: About the NYU Vertically Integrated Projects Program:Vertically Integrated Projects are one-credit hour courses that offer students the opportunity to work on faculty research and innovation projects for curricular credit. VIP teams are made up of 5-40 students of all undergraduate academic ranks & disciplines and organized into a professional management structure. Students enroll in the one to three credits for at least three semesters and up to six. The long term engagement on the project allows students to grow into leader and mentor roles and ideally create a sustainable cycle of students, as 3rd and 4th year students train new 1st and 2nd year students. This experiential learning opportunity enables students to build a portfolio of projects that will help them to secure jobs. Faculty and graduate students benefit from student work and a broader impact of their research and education efforts, while students gain additional project experience, leadership opportunities, and teamwork skills. More information on the NYU Vertically Integrated Projects Program can be found here:

Required Education:
Bachelor's Degree engineering, computer science, education, or technology discipline

Preferred Education:
Master's Degree engineering, computer science, education, technology, communications, organizational management, or another appropriate discipline or PhD in engineering education is preferred.

Required Experience:
1-3 years managing an academic program in higher education

Preferred Experience:
1-3 years experience in programming, web development, financial management, project management; teaching or mentoring.

Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
Must enjoy working with people and be effective at establishing and managing relationships at the NYU, city, state, national, and international levels. Must interact effectively and over the long-term with NYU students, staff, faculty, alumni, administrators, etc. Understanding of science and technology and its impact on society is required; some technical experience/background is thus essential. Excellent communication skills: written/oral/presentation/etc. Excellent organization skills: documentation/processes/policies/etc. Computer literacy/proficiency, particularly with Google Drive (sheets, docs, slides, etc.), is essential.

Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
Ability to speak effectively in public strongly preferred. Education research and IRB application and approval experience. Experience and success with grant proposal writing and grant management.Qualifications

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