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Posting Number 2021-7828
Date Posted 4 months ago(4/13/2022 7:31 AM)
UAE Nationals are encouraged to apply   New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) seeks to appoint a Director Internal Audit and Enterprise Risk Management.  The Director is accountable to the NYUNY Associate Vice President Internal Audit, Enterprise Risk Management and Financial Compliance Officer and to the NYUAD Chief Administrative and Business Officer (CABO).  The Director Internal Audit and Enterprise Risk Management should be an experienced risk and assurance leader who has the appropriate business knowledge to advise stakeholders on internal controls and associated risks.  The Director uses interpersonal skills and collaborative leadership to influence decision making at a senior level, while raising risk awareness across the NYUAD community.   The Director is responsible for leading and facilitating the enterprise risk management (ERM) program and building the internal audit function that includes oversight of the outsourced internal audit function.  The Director will collaborate with stakeholders to assess risk mitigation and ensure timely response to audit remediation.   The Director manages the outsourced internal audit services delivered by the third-party internal auditor service provider.  The Director will be responsible for the development and implementation of an appropriate governance model and procedures that are aligned with the IIA Standards and the NYUNY Office of Internal Audit and ERM. Once implemented, the Director will be responsible for maintaining a Quality Assurance Improvement Program that monitors the effectiveness of the Internal Audit function. As the internal audit function matures, the Director will oversee investigations, design and implement continuous monitoring and special projects   The Director ensures NYUAD’s risk framework aligns with the University (NYU NY) and provides the strategic planning, governance and day-to-day coordination necessary to facilitate the risk identification, assessment, risk ownership, mitigation and monitoring of NYUAD’s enterprise risks which includes strategic, operational, financial and compliance risks. As a member of NYUAD’s senior management team, the Director will provide advice on risks and internal control issues to the Vice Chancellor, Provost, Chief Administrative Business Officer and other senior leaders.   Key Responsibilities: Enterprise Risk Management (Primary Accountability to the CABO and Vice Chancellor   with Accountability to the AVP for Internal Audit, ERM & Financial Compliance Officer (NY)) - Facilitate NYUAD’s enterprise risk management practices including risk assessments, development and assessment of risk mitigation strategies and other projects  - Facilitate operational risk assessment tailored to specific areas including finance, research, human resources, campus life, communications, events, and the arts - Advise risk owners on developing strategies and emerging risks and extend risk principles within the strategic planning process and within the development and monitoring of strategic initiatives - Maintain core enterprise risk management tools and measurement methodologies that align with NYUNY - Aggregate and report  risk information and data from various departments to enable effective review, analysis, reporting and sharing of risk data with key stakeholders - Facilitate the training and community awareness of enterprise risk management. - Serve as staff to the Risk and Compliance Steering Committee along with the NYUAD Chief Compliance Officer to ensure appropriate support and leadership for administrative coordination and review and advise on risk and compliance matters - Engage key leaders from areas throughout the University to socialize and deepen the use and knowledge of risk management through key committee participation including the NYUAD Risk and Compliance Steering Committee, the Procurement Committee, the NYUAD Audit Committee, the Insurance Forum, the NYUAD Compliance and Risk Working Group, the Incident Management Team and other NYUAD and NYU committees, as required. Operational Risk Management (Primary Accountability to the CABO) - Consult with risk owners in functional areas to identify, assess and mitigate operational risk within those departments   - Advise the CABO and senior leadership regarding operational risk hazards and intentions - Recommend risk mitigation strategies for insurable and non-insurable risk - Work closely with Employee Health and Safety and Public Safety to leverage information and technology to better identify and manage operational risks - Employ technology to identify, mitigate and monitor operational risks - Coordinate with management to develop risk registers in alignment with the Enterprise Risk Assessment for presentation at the joint governance committees and ensure alignment with Enterprise Risk Management Internal Audit (Primary Accountability to the AVP  Internal Audit, ERM) - Manage the outsourced internal audit services delivered by the third-party internal auditor service provider.  Develop and implement an appropriate governance model and procedures that are aligned with the IIA Standards and the NYUNY Office of Internal Audit and ERM - Implement and maintain  a Quality Assurance Improvement Program that monitors the effectiveness of the Internal Audit function - Oversee and lead investigations and design and implement continuous monitoring and perform special projects - Direct the outsourced internal audit provider in the execution internal audit plan for NYUAD - Facilitate scoping and planning of internal audits, identify and coordinate with internal audit stakeholders to gain alignment regarding audit objectives and approach - Oversee all internal audit activities and resolve any conflicts or roadblocks to ensure the timely execution of the reviews - Ensure quality is embedded in internal audit practices and in conformance with the standards promulgated by the Institute of Internal Auditors - Review internal audit reports, confirm audit findings are valid and factual and that audit stakeholders are in agreement prior to distribution to stakeholders. Ensure reports are circulated to NYU AD senior leadership as well as to management for development and consensus on the implementation of corrective action plans - Coordinate the follow-up and reporting of internal audit findings until the control gaps are remediated; ensure management’s remediation activities are effective and report on the status of remediation activities - Work closely with NYUAD’s government partners on matters related to internal audit and oversight of the jointly-appointed, outsourced internal audit firm - Develop relationships with key stakeholders across NYUAD community and government partner  - Evaluate management’s response to audit observations and the timeliness, adequacy of remediation - Consult and provide guidance on system implementations and process improvements projects
Location
AE-Abu Dhabi,
Department
Office of Chief Administrative and Business Officer (CABO)
School/Division
NYU Abu Dhabi (AD00001)
Category
Business/Professional Administrative
FT/PT
Full-Time
Posting Number 2022-9919
Date Posted 4 months ago(4/5/2022 8:03 AM)
UAE Nationals are encouraged to apply New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) seeks to appoint a Cold Chain Management Specialist reporting to the Director of Logistics.   The Specialist will be responsible for the logistics of cold-chain import/export orders, including any related export and import documentation required for shipments. In addition, the specialist will handle time-sensitive and temperature-sensitive goods while ensuring the temperature is well maintained within acceptable parameters at all times until delivery to the end-user. Operational administrative duties include communication with freight companies, customs authorities, end-users, and Procurement to support the logistic activities across the multiple business units. The Specialist is required to have a robust knowledge of all available products and services to recommend or advise on the best method of shipment. The role will be reporting to the Director of Logistics, and recommending process and value improvement opportunities, in supporting the achievement of the Department’s mandate and objectives, with the ultimate objective of supporting the academic and research mission of the University.. In addition, the Specialist will concentrate on cold chain management and operational efficiency—safe and damage-free transportation of goods. Promote critical thinking, innovative approaches, and best practices to assist with maintaining a stable and reliable supply chain.   Will cross-train and support International Logistics when needed.  Will provide services that guarantee timely and accurate material delivery and  have a good understanding of transporting complex shipments such as live specimens in cold storage, live animals, and other sensitive goods and provides for regular and timely status updates of goods that are in transit to end-users.  Will arrange for packing, pickup and transport services as required either onsite (NYUAD campus) or at field or vendor locations.  Will arrange for land, air and sea transport, as appropriate and cost effective and efficient, based on the needs of the customer.   The role will require excellent knowledge and understanding of compliance, safety, security, regulatory, and NYAUD's policies.   Key Responsibilities: - Manage the end to end cold logistics chain from factory to campus, or from campus to other collaborators’ destinations, in compliance with the different applicable export/import control rules, including obtaining any required Ministry Licenses and Permits required for custom clearance. Responsible for ensuring clearance of consignments are completed, and the required documentation is received from vendors and customs’ authorities has the correct documentation in place to meet Country requirements - Will work closely with freight forwarders to facilitate transportation and storage of temperature-sensitive goods, or goods requiring special handling (i.e. live animal) - Should communicate and facilitate with the stakeholders regarding logistic support and operational issue with a clear understanding of customer needs and challenges - Provide customs clearance support to ensure timely and smooth delivery of goods - Develop and manage standard operating procedures and shipping practices to effectively and efficiently carry out logistics activities. Contribute to any Policy development that guides the development of the standard operating procedures - Provide direct Logistics support to Procurement for both local and foreign deliveries while ensuring compliance with NYUAD regulations and internal policies - Proactively work with vendors to identify and eliminate any obstacles in Logistics and demonstrate process improvement and operational efficiencies - Stay current on constantly changing government requirements of international business markets and provide regular end-user feedback. Create SOP for various work-flows
Location
AE-Abu Dhabi,
Department
NYUAD Finance
School/Division
NYU Abu Dhabi (AD00001)
Category
Business/Professional Administrative
FT/PT
Full-Time
Posting Number 2022-9918
Date Posted 4 months ago(4/5/2022 7:54 AM)
UAE Nationals are encouraged to apply New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) seeks to appoint an International Logistics Specialist reporting to the Director of Logistics   The International Logistics Specialist will be responsible for managing the international freight forwarding and the related operational administrative duties, including but not limited to, determining the correct method of shipment and providing an unbroken logistics chain for different goods (i.e. chemicals, biological items, equipment) including any goods deemed necessary to support the logistic activities across the multiple business units.    The Specialist will manage the end to end logistics chain in compliance with the different applicable Export / Import control rules, including obtaining any required Ministry Licenses and Permits required for custom clearance. The role will be reporting to the Director of Logistics, and recommending process and value improvement opportunities, in supporting the achievement of the Department’s mandate and objectives, with the ultimate objective of supporting the academic and research mission of the University. The role of the specialist will be working directly with logistics companies to manage the logistics actions in support of research and teaching on a global scale. The role will require working collaboratively, with the different stakeholders, to drive effectiveness and efficiency, throughout the chain, with the guiding principle of improving internal client satisfaction. Provide services that guarantee timely and accurate material delivery and a good understanding of transporting complex shipments such as live animals and provides for regular and timely status updates of goods that are in transit.  Will arrange for packing, pickup and transport services as required either onsite (NYUAD campus) or at the field or vendor locations.  Will arrange for land, air and sea transport, as appropriate and cost effective and efficient, factoring on the needs of the customer. Will cross-train, as required.    Key Responsibilities: - Manage the end to end logistics chain from factory to campus, or from campus to other collaborators’ destinations, in compliance with the different applicable export / import control rules, including obtaining any required Ministry Licenses and Permits required for custom clearance. All outstanding and concluded Logistics Transactions should be maintained in an organized and structured way, and kept up to date, and ready for sharing with all University’s key stakeholders. - Manage the relationship, and day to day interactions, with a list of preferred logistics vendor partners to support the function in managing Transportation / Custom Clearance - The specialist should communicate and collaborate  with the different University’ stakeholders to provide logistics support and resolve any operational issues; such support should be provided with the guiding principle of continuously improving the internal client experience - Provide customs clearance support to ensure timely and smooth delivery of goods - Develop and manage standard operating procedures and shipping practices to effectively and efficiently carry out logistics activities. Contribute to any Policy development that guides the development of the standard operating procedures - Provide direct Logistics support to Procurement for both local and foreign deliveries, while ensuring compliance with NYAUD regulations and internal policies - Proactively work with vendors to identify and eliminate any obstacles in Logistics and demonstrate process improvement and operational efficiencies - Will handle end-to-end packing and transport of goods as required in support of customers’ needs - Manage the logistics chain effectively and efficiently and participate in optimizing the Logistics function in deciding when and where to rely on goods providers to manage the Logistics and deliver to Campus, and where and when we need to rely on our logistics vendors partners 
Location
AE-Abu Dhabi,
Department
NYUAD Finance
School/Division
NYU Abu Dhabi (AD00001)
Category
Business/Professional Administrative
FT/PT
Full-Time
Posting Number 2022-9903
Date Posted 4 months ago(4/1/2022 1:34 PM)
UAE Nationals are encouraged to apply New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) seeks to appoint an Artificial Intelligence (AI) Scientist reporting to the Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering; Global Network Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Tandon School of Engineering, NYU.   The NYU Multimedia and Visual Computing Lab is seeking an Artificial Intelligence (AI) Scientist to work on novel research topics in our group, generate cutting-edge research ideas for top-ranking AI conferences and journals, help supervise Ph.D. students and develop the necessary skills to become an independent researcher, and file actively for AI technology and AI-related proposals. AI scientists must possess a Ph.D. degree and must have published in top-tier computer vision or machine learning venues (e.g., CVPR, ECCV, ICCV, ICML, NIPS) or in leading AI journals as premier thought leaders.   This position will be involved in frequent communication with group members regarding how to design and achieve state-of-the-art methods to deliver novel AI solutions in order to enhance the NYU Multimedia and Visual Computing Lab’s AI offerings, contribute to the AI community, help build partnerships, and add capacity and capabilities.   Key Responsibilities:   - Work with NYU faculty and NYU Multimedia and Visual Computing to determine cutting-edge research ideas and Design state-of-the-art solutions that best be effective and efficient - Clearly explain and discuss with the group member about the rationalities, benefits, and acquire the ability to guide Ph.D. students to form ideas - Summarize, evaluate, and recommend novel solutions with state-of-the-art performance, including required ongoing learning and experimentation with new technology trends, methods, and tools - Collaborate with researchers from NYU Multimedia and Visual Computing utilizing these technologies and work with them to successfully progress methods to publication - Stay on top of new computer vision (CV) or machine learning (ML) technologies as well as new research articles relating to CV and ML - Design and implement our cutting-edge research ideas by conducting experiments (proof-of-concept) as well as providing rational explanations for the results - Maintain up-to-date knowledge of research trends, hardware, software, and programming skills - Acquire in-depth knowledge of research direction offerings at NYU Multimedia and Visual Computing (such as 3D visual SLAM, 3D Point Cloud Processing, and 2D visual traffic objects detection and recognition) to meet research needs by developing state-of-the-art algorithms and methods for deep learning-driven visual computing - Work closely with the NYU Multimedia and Visual Computing team to ensure a maximal contribution to the CV and ML research community - Maintain the reproducibility of your newly proposed algorithms (such as maintaining a GitHub of a specific project). Present at group meetings - Participate in the development of the proposal, outline proposal resources needs, provide timelines, gather proposal requirements and dependencies following proposal approval processes
Location
AE-Abu Dhabi,
Department
Engineering - Electrical Engineering
School/Division
NYU Abu Dhabi (AD00001)
Category
Technology
FT/PT
Full-Time
Posting Number 2022-9836
Date Posted 5 months ago(3/22/2022 11:19 AM)
UAE Nationals are encouraged to apply   New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) seeks to appoint a Director of Strategic Communications reporting to the Associate Vice Chancellor, External Relations.   This position is responsible for developing and coordinating strategic communications for the University, with specific focus on the regular development of executive level communications, including community messages, internal and external speeches, presentations, talking points, video scripts, blog posts, FAQs, op-eds, and essays. Responsibilities include maintaining consistency of voice for communications in all mediums and uses to achieve alignment in tone, style, and leadership priorities. This position oversees and participates in the development and implementation of communication plans and strategies with a creative vision to advance executive level initiatives.   The  Director of Strategic Communications collaborates with unit heads in the Office of External Relations to assemble and lead project teams as needed to provide support for high priority projects and strategic initiatives, from planning to publicity and visibility and ongoing coverage. The position is also responsible for developing and leading robust communications support for emerging or ongoing high-profile priorities, including issues management communications, by convening and leading units within the Office of External Relations, and in collaboration with offices and departments across the University.   This position often handles highly sensitive and confidential information, which requires discretion, tact and carefully weighed responses, often without warning or preparation   Key Responsibilities: - Lead the preparation and editing of speeches, comments, presentations, quotes, talking points or scripts for live or recorded delivery, testimony, and statements - Provide leadership in message development and consistency in support of emerging and long-running priority projects, including public health matters, such as a pandemic, issues management, new initiatives and strategic projects - Lead the development of leadership and strategic project content for internal newsletters, brochures, public news releases, and other correspondence for and on behalf of the leadership team - Promote the University’s visibility and enhance internal and external communications. - Direct and lead research, writing and editing for message and direction on all materials - Lead generation of ideas for speeches and materials, including venues and formats - Work closely with the media relations team to align media outreach activities with high-level priorities and ensure message consistency - Lead the development of content in support of responses to public, community and media inquiries, and preparation for internal community meetings and town halls - Lead practical, hands-on guidance and coaching for members of the External Relations team and other colleagues on message development, alignment, packaging and distribution for public and media consumption
Location
AE-Abu Dhabi,
Department
Office of External Relations
School/Division
NYU Abu Dhabi (AD00001)
Category
Marketing/Advertising/Public Relations/Media/Video/Audio
FT/PT
Full-Time
Posting Number 2022-9592
Date Posted 6 months ago(2/8/2022 9:09 AM)
UAE Nationals are encouraged to apply New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) seeks to appoint an Associate Director, Academic Assessment reporting to the Vice Provost for Institutional Research, Assessment and Academic Affairs.   The position oversees assessment efforts related to the effectiveness of academic programs at NYU Abu Dhabi, providing insight to senior leadership fundamental to continuous improvement in the undergraduate academic space.   Key Responsibilities: - Develops and implements innovative assessment measures that facilitate the effective implementation of the Academic Strategy in the area of undergraduate education - Facilitate rubric creation and assessment benchmarking of Student Learning Outcomes with program and departmental leadership - Promotes and supports the culture of critical self-evaluation and continuous quality improvement within academic programs and divisions, supporting and continuing to develop the framework of administrative support for programmatic and institutional assessment - Work with the Hilary Ballon Center to support and guide faculty in their reflective teaching practices. Central to this is the development and preparation of formal assessments of individual teaching effectiveness culminating in periodic contributions to the Tenure and Promotion process. Ensure that faculty incorporate feedback and modify the assessment tools and/or curriculum as indicated by the results - Manages and provides support for existing assessment tools and software. - Independently drives the strategic development and  enhancements to existing tools, while exploring and making recommendations as to alternative products and/or methodologies for assessment - Works closely alongside the Hillary Ballon Center for Teaching and Learning to develop and execute an annual schedule of assessment workshops and other learning opportunities to foster a culture of assessment and improvement among administrators, faculty, and staff - Works cooperatively with the academic analytics team to develop appropriate benchmarks with which to compare academic assessment measures - Design, implement, and analyze student and alumni surveys - Attend professional development training sponsored by the above organizations and others to ensure the current assessment practices are meeting requirements - Coordinates and chairs the meetings of the University Quality Assurance Committee and bears responsibility to assure that the Quality Assurance activities of the University are compliant with accreditation and licensure standards
Location
AE-Abu Dhabi,
Department
Academic Administration
School/Division
NYU Abu Dhabi (AD00001)
Category
Academic Program Support
FT/PT
Full-Time
Posting Number 2022-9493
Date Posted 6 months ago(1/26/2022 9:15 AM)
UAE Nationals are encouraged to apply New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) seeks to appoint a Director, Budgeting, Financial Planning and Analysis reporting to the Executive Director, Finance and Budget.   The Director, Budgeting, Financial Planning and Analysis will be responsible for preparing NYUAD’s annual budget and financial plan, providing budget and financial analysis to NYUAD’s leaders and managers and ensuring budgetary compliance with policies and related governing documents.   The Director, Budgeting, Financial Planning and Analysis will provide technical support to NYUAD’s Schools and Departments in the management and understanding of their respective budgets. This position is expected to develop, plan, and implement the supporting budget policy and process infrastructure necessary to support the teaching, learning, and research mission of the faculty, staff and students at NYUAD.   Operating within the Finance team, the role will be responsible for running a reliable and responsive Financial Planning and Analysis function that provides the Executive Director of Finance and budget , CABO, Leadership value-add financial support and analysis which facilitates effective decision making.  The role holder will be responsible for the provision of timely, accurate, relevant management information to all levels of management and regularly reviewing this information.   The role requires internal and external liaison University Wide at all level at, but most notably at Director/Dean and Head of Programme/Department level, as well as close working with (But not limited to) the Controller’s Office, Head of Supply chain, Research administration, the Financial Planning & Analysis team and the wider Finance team.    The Director, Budgeting, Financial Planning and Analysis is responsible for assisting in the development, implementation and maintenance of the University overall budget & Financial Planning, as well as creating and maintaining financial models and schedules to assist with the overall budgeting needs of the units.  The Role is responsible for assisting Department Heads with accurate forecasting and projecting expenses including reviewing and updating the Delegation of Authority Manual vis-à-vis budget modifications. The Role is also responsible for liaising with relevant stakeholders (including Government Partners) as well as acting as the Risk Champion for the Budgeting Office (including managing the risk register).  Responsible for assisting in long term financial planning process and undertake necessary updates to the plan taking into account any material changes within the business and/ or regulations which may affect forecasting.   Key Responsibilities:   Budgeting and future Financial Planning: - Lead the development and monitoring of the long-term strategic and annual plans and play a significant role in effectively working with NYUAD’s Government Partners on key financial and planning matters - Partner and collaborate with NYUAD’s Government Partners to negotiate and develop the annual budget and meet ongoing reporting requirements - Partner with NYUAD’s strategy team to define NYUAD’s strategic plans and help turn such plans into realistic and effective financial models - Collaborate  with NYUAD's deans and department heads to lead the development of the annual budget and financial plan for all units.  Review and report on financial activity, develop projections and modify spending plans as necessary in conjunction with central finance functions.  Responsible for financial planning and administration for general, capital and salary expenditures, grant funding provided to individual faculty, research centers and the NYUAD Institute Research - Oversee campus financial resources consistent with NYUAD’s mission, including advising the Vice Chancellor, CABO and Provost on business decisions and their effect on the overall health of NYUAD’s financial assets - Develop and plan annual and multiple year operating and capital budgets and financial plans - Provide overall leadership, direction, technical advice, and assistance in budgetary formulation, analysis, review, and control processes - Lead the University annual budget process, ensuring a workable and locally owned set of plans which are agreed by the Vice Chancellor’s Group and approved by the Planning Committee and Council  - Receive budget estimates from all Departments and critically examine them for correctness, accuracy and completeness including conformance with established procedures, regulations, and organizational objectives.  - Prepare and support the Executive Director in preparing budget materials for campus leadership, finance and budget committees including the Abu Dhabi Government as they deliberate on major budget parameters. - Review financial data for reasonableness and accuracy and investigate and resolve unusual budget versus actual variances. - Lead in the development and maintenance of budget models and tools for forecasting used in the development of the budget - Lead the long term financial planning process and undertake necessary update to the plan taking into account any material changes within the business and/ or regulations which may affect forecasting - Lead in establishing guidelines for budget and forecast preparation, and prepare the annual budget in consultation with the Director Budgeting, Financial Planning & Analysis Budget Consolidation and Reporting:  - Coordinate with all Departments and conduct challenge sessions prior to consolidating and collating the annual budget. Suggest suitable amendments where required. - Lead the production of periodic re-forecasts, ensuring risks and opportunities are highlighted - Coordinate with all Department Heads in order to obtain inputs and budget parameters for Hyperion Planning - Proactively monitor non-personnel costs against the budget and notify relevant Department Heads regarding any discrepancies. Coordinate and advise on budget modifications, transfers and reallocation - Provide information and analysis to support budget holders’ budget planning and administration activities. - Review, monitor and prepare quarterly reports on actual and estimated revenues and expenditures - Act as custodian to manage personnel costs (Faculty, Staff and PS within Research) across the University including monitoring and assisting Department Heads with queries and projections in relation to such expenses Stakeholder Management: - Liaise with Government Partners and external stakeholders to provide projections and analysis of the University’s budget and future spend in terms of monthly reports and tables - Partner with Departments to ensure the accuracy and appropriateness of allocation methodologies - Serve as a Risk Champion for the Budgeting Office and coordinate with the Risk and Compliance Department to identify and mitigate risks related to the budgeting process - Manage the risk register for the Budgeting Office - Meets with financial officers from institutional departments on budgetary requests or issues; communicates and explains budget policies to ensure adherence to the university College policies and standards - Build strong and positive relationships with budget holders and senior managers (notably Deans and Directors of Departments), providing the necessary assistance and professional advice to assist them with the financial aspects of their duties Central Analysis, Projections and Operations: - Manage the day-to-day operations of the office, including University-wide updating forecasts based on actuals development of projections and analysis and overseeing the work of the Budget Analysts as they project and monitor all expenses, including personnel and non-personnel costs - Work closely with the HR Department to finalize and manage the manpower plan, assess and forecast the bonuses and promotions etc - Provide recommendations and guidance to all Departments, specifically to the Administration and HR Departments in order to project and forecast costs in relation to Travel, Professional and Administration Services. Conduct analysis and projection on a semi-annual basis and provide justification for deviations in forecasting - Regularly liaise with the Academic, Research and Grants Administration fiscal officers on recommendations and guidance to all projects, centers and research funds, to track, project and forecast costs in relation to Travel, Professional and Administration Services. Conduct analysis and projection on a semi-annual basis and provide justification for deviations in forecasting - Provide analysis and recommendations Department Heads on chart-field construction for new staff - Review Delegation of Authority limits for authorized approvers including reviewing and approving budget modifications. Liaise with the Budget Office in NYU for any categories that offset the NYU - Assist in projecting future financial needs, taking into consideration the various projects undertaken by the University - Assist in cost benefit analysis including studying financial requests. Undertake research on alternative and reasonable funding methods for the University - Performs funding and transfer mechanisms including revenue/expense transfers and funding of institutional subsidies. Prepares ad-hoc budget/financial reports as requested - In addition this position will be the center for Personnel related analysis for admin, faculty and research Team Management: - Manage and direct day-to-day operational activities of direct reports to ensure timely delivery of activities - Provide ongoing career development, support and coaching for direct reports - Provide feedback to the team, and identify need based training requirements for direct reports
Location
AE-Abu Dhabi,
Department
Finance - Budget Office
School/Division
NYU Abu Dhabi (AD00001)
Category
Finance/Real Estate/Procurement/Grant Management
FT/PT
Full-Time
Posting Number 2021-8426
Date Posted 8 months ago(12/19/2021 2:48 PM)
UAE Nationals are encouraged to apply   New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) seeks to appoint a Human Resource Business Partner reporting to the Director, Human Resource Business Partner. Reporting to the Director, HR Business Partner, the HR Business Partner provides human resources consultation and support to designated business units. Uses knowledge of various human resources functions, including workforce planning, compensation, benefits, training and employee relations to provide tactical HR support to line managers. To be the front line interface between HR and the departments developing an aligned HR business partner that drives the delivery of business objectives across a division. Consults with departmental heads in the strategic planning process and development of human resources strategies that support the department’s business needs. Works closely with the HR Centers of Expertise and acts as a liaison for all HR matters. The HR Business Partner in conjunction with the Director, HR Business Partner assess and diagnoses root cause issues and develops relevant solutions to address identified issues, themes, and/or gaps and partner with key resources (internally and externally) to deliver highly effective solutions which directly support and drive necessary business outcomes. This position is accountable for developing the annual people plan for the assigned functions, that support the achievement of organizational objectives.  In consultation with Senior Leaders, the role will provide support on workforce issues that are essential to NYUAD.   Key Responsibilities - Responsible for developing and delivering the annual ‘People Plan’ for the designated departmental unit(s). To understand the priorities and needs of the department working with the department head, Director, HR Business Partner and Deputy CHRO, Employee Relations, Learning & Engagement to develop and implement innovative, people centric strategies and initiatives which help drive the needs of the university forward - To act as an internal consultant, facilitating, coaching and mentoring department heads and managers to deal with people issues and to build internal capability, leveraging on the knowledge and experience of the HR Centers of Expertise - Provide consistent, proactive, pragmatic and sound employee relations advice that are consistent with HR policies and applicable employment laws on day to day employee relations sensitive issues in an effort to reduce/eliminate workplace disruptions and problems. Counsel supervisors and employees on preventing and resolving routine to increasingly complex employee relations matters; mediate disputes, direct disciplinary matters in consultation with Employee Relations and refer employees for assistance, as appropriate - First point  of contact for organizational change initiatives, helping identify areas for continuous improvement and transformation opportunities supporting their effective delivery and reporting on the impact in conjunction with Director, HR Business Partners and Deputy CHRO, Employee Relations, Learning and Engagement - Advising department heads on the development and implementation of workforce planning that meets the goals of the university that delivers the service requirements of each initiative in a consistent manner, maximizes utilization and optimizes cost. Develop robust solutions which ensure continuous improvement.   Ensure that the performance management principles are endemic throughout the resource planning organization, thus maximizing performance - Provide expert input across a range of HR issues (generalist / specific expertise) to include Talent Acquisition, Learning & Organizational Development and Compensation & Benefits - Develop quarterly departmental workforce data and metrics identifying and highlighting trends and recommending business focused solutions and initiatives which support informed decision making and drive organizational performance and effectiveness - Lead and engage in HR working groups involved in the development of promotion of HR policy, procedures, operational efficiency, manpower cost utilization (projects/studies) and service improvements initiatives
Location
AE-Abu Dhabi,
Department
NYU Abu Dhabi
School/Division
NYU Abu Dhabi (AD00001)
Category
Human Resources
FT/PT
Full-Time

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