|Salary:||£70,000 to £80,000 + Benefits (USS pension, private medical insurance, 28 days annual leave)|
|Placed On:||9th October 2018|
|Closes:||8th December 2018|
Full Time, Permanent
Are you an experienced senior professional with the drive, passion and motivation to make a difference? Have you got a background of senior manager and/or director level posts within an international higher education body and looking for the next big challenge?
New York University in London is an affiliate of New York University and aims to create a study abroad programme of exceptional quality for its students, offering around 500 undergraduate and postgraduate students per semester (including approximately 75 freshmen students) from the USA the opportunity to spend one semester or more living in London whilst studying for NYU accredited courses.
Working as Associate Director of Administration, this role will offer the opportunity to collaborate strategically with global colleagues to plan, create, review and implement policies, procedures and strategic planning for the site.
The role supports the Site Director on strategic long term planning for the organisations and oversees all non-academic operations, including student life, finance and budget planning, human resources, IT, space management and facilities. The Associate Director also supports academic programme planning for NYU London. Liaising closely with relevant colleagues at NYU in New York, Shanghai and Abu Dhabi, and at the other global sites and programs, the Associate Director is a member of the NYUL Senior Management team and can step in for the Site Director at her/his request.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Essential requirements for the role are senior management/director level related experience, preferably with some gained in an American Higher Education institution; a Master’s degree or higher, preferably in business, or education administration and the ability to manage a team of 28+ full time administrators and 90+ part time lecturers.
Working in a collaborative environment, exhibiting strong leadership, relationship building, communication, negotiation and presentation skills, the successful applicant will be flexible, open-minded and collaborative in their approach and be results and performance driven, understanding the impact of decisions on stakeholders.
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