Job ID: 2020-7638 Type: School of Law (LW1131) # of Openings: 1 Category: Student Services/Athletics New York University
This position will provide logistical and project managerial support for the Office of Student Affairs’ major events (JD Orientation, Fall Ball, Spring Fling, Deans’ Cup, Barrister's Ball and Convocation). The position will provide the same support for journal and Moot Court events as well as project management and event planning for 4-6 symposia programs, coordinating with students, faculty, and administrators. This position will also provide counseling to students, particularly the J.D. population, on a variety of personal and academic concerns and connect to them to appropriate resources within the University.
Required Education: Bachelor's Degree
Required Experience: 3 years relevant experience in higher education, event planning, or project management.
Preferred Experience: Experience in higher education, project management, and/or event planning and execution. Experience working with diverse populations. Advising or counseling experience.
Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: Adaptable and highly organized self-starter with excellent judgment. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Project management, event planning, and budget management ability. Strong client relations, problem-solving, and analytical skills.
NYU Law is an intellectual powerhouse and innovator in legal education, known for its focus on leadership, global issues, and public service. As part of this diverse and accomplished community, you’ll work with top faculty, support learning and research, and have regular opportunities to develop professionally. Located in Greenwich Village, one of New York’s most inviting neighborhoods, the Law School offers highly competitive benefits and perks, notably tuition remission.
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