New York University Associate Director Resume Sample

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Boby Eduram

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Profile

  • 10 years of progressively responsible experience in higher education administration
  • 15 years of experience working with diverse populations in traditional and nontraditional academic institutions
  • Extensive experience in curriculum development for online and on-site instruction
  • Comprehensive operations experience- enrollment, human capital, facilities, student services, and project management
  • Academic and practical experience in the successful design and production of print and digital materials, including a familiarity with graphic design, web design, publications processes, and Google Analytics

Education

1998, New Jersey Teacher Certification with Advanced Standing, St. Peter's University, Jersey City, NJ
1996, Master of Arts (M.A.), University of Wisconsin, Madsion
1994, Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA), New Jersey City University, Jersey City

Experience

2016 - present, Associate Director- Division of Programs in Business (DPB), New York University, New York, NY
  • Provide direction and leadership in the administration, management, strategic planning, institutional effectiveness, and operations for all career advancement and diploma programs, both online and on-campus, including more than 300 faculty in 5 academic departments; maintain, clarify, and affirm division values, establish goals, articulate vision, and chart the course of action to achieve that vision
  • Direct more than 500 open enrollment and Diploma programs as key drivers in the overall transformation efforts within DPB; develop strategic programming schedules and program offering strategies that engage students, faculty, alumni and the local, regional and national communities; drive revenue for the School and promote the School's mission
  • Developed the Open Enrollment Strategic Plan, managed short and long term strategies for communicating this plans tenets through multiple channels, and effectively communicate direction to faculty, administrators/staff, enrolled students, and strategic partners, as appropriate; translated this vision into actionable initiatives, measurable in quantitative and qualitative terms detailing one-, two-, and five year schedules and metrics
  • Foster an academic-centered, student-focused learning community that includes multiple support systems for professional adults to promote optimal development as well as academic and career enrichment systems that accommodate the unique learning needs of every learner and support the positive human relationships needed for effective learning
  • Collaborate across the division, school, and university to enhance the quality and range of programs and services; extend reach beyond the university by establishing partnerships with community representatives, industry partners, local and regional government officials, and other stakeholders
  • Direct a team of academic program professionals; including hiring and training, planning and assigning work, conducting performance appraisals, addressing performance issues, and resolving problems; supervise and train employees including organizing, prioritizing, and scheduling work assignments; evaluating performance; and mentoring and coaching employees to achieve maximum productivity; demonstrate energy, creativity, and intellectual breadth, with the ability to lead, inspire, and manage a team with those characteristics; reorient teams in response to new opportunities and changing priorities
  • Ensure optimal mission effectiveness through supervising of more than 400 instructional faculty; manage organizational change and establish systems to monitor and evaluate performance; recruit, select, and orient personnel; oversee systems for the supervision, retention, and professional development of administrative, support, and instructional staff; Improve faculty relations and instill a sustained culture of exceptional service through collaboration; identify objectives and opportunities and integrate them into strategic planning; cultivate a supportive work culture, develop staff, and motivate teams
  • Ensure fiscal responsibility, effective financial planning, and optimal utilization of available resources; manage a complex annual budget in multiple cost centers resulting in the generation of over $3M PADE
2015 - 2016, Academic Programs Administrator- Division of Programs in Business, New York University, New York, NY
  • Provided oversight of all duties related to daily operations, long-range planning, and strategic management for a portfolio of over 400 career advancement courses in technology, leadership, and human capital management.
  • Developed and implemented a comprehensive schedule of programs and services to meet the diverse needs of career professionals
  • Provided strong leadership through significantly reorganizing programs as well as engaging faculty, students, and administrative staff in decision-making and problem solving throughout the transition, resulting in stronger program verticals with more relevant offerings better suited to meet the needs of industry and professional associations
  • Engaged faculty in division operations through involvement in monthly meetings centered on curriculum review and development, operational issues, planning, recruitment, and professional development
  • Led the department in the development of a mission statement, strategic priorities, and goals in line with the division, school, and university
  • Directed a program-wide committee to develop an assessment plan for all areas of the division's career advancement programs, including assessments of learning outcomes, syllabi, student satisfaction, faculty satisfaction, and industry/association needs
  • Drafted formal policies and procedures for faculty observations and evaluations and standardized procedures for faculty recruitment
2014 - 2015, Academic Programs Administrator- Center for Advanced Digital Applications, New York University, New York, NY
  • Provided strategic planning and management of courses and curriculum for both master's program in Advanced Digital Applications and the Design, Digital Arts, and Film department
  • Managed day-to-day operations for a portfolio of over 120 master’s degree and career advancement courses
  • Developed and implemented a comprehensive schedule of programs and services to meet the diverse needs of graduate students and career professionals in the fields of design, digital arts, and film
2012 - 2014, Unit Administrator, State University of New York Empire State College, Saratoga Springs, NY
  • Authored and implemented administrative plans, policies and procedures
  • Determined course schedules and coordinated teaching assignments and room assignments to ensure optimum use of buildings and equipment
  • Generated a handbook for faculty and staff
  • Strategically analyzed and standardized operational procedures to streamline unit operations and delivery of services
  • Planned, administered, and controled budgets; maintained financial records; and produced related financial reports
  • Worked with center and unit staff and faculty mentors to communicate with students about individualized degree planning, prior learning assessment, and independent learning and to explain and formulate methods to accurately communicate admission requirements and course credit policies
  • Organized and delivered recruitment activities, such as information sessions for prospective students
  • Devised enrollment and retention strategies for a diverse nontraditional adult student population
  • Developed an outreach strategy to maintain the profile of the college in the community
  • Supported activities and advised students from inquiry through graduation
  • Addressed student success and combated barriers to continuing enrollment
  • Scheduled learning activities, including small-group studies and workshops
  • Chaired alumni-student activities, student club activities, and annual and special events, activities, lecture series, graduate school open houses, and travel programs
  • Established critical, workshop series-based, enrichment programming for students in computer technology (PowerUp); led the establishment of an academic help center (LARC) at the Center
2008 - 2012, Continuing Education Coordinator, The University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA
  • Led the development and implementation of marketing for the department
  • Worked with marketing firm to execute social media content strategy and marketing efforts, including tracking and reporting analytics via weekly and monthly status reports
  • Managed day-to-day social media engagement and response, practiced social listening, and reported and acted on any potential issues
  • Expanded institutional social channels to include Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Flickr, Vimeo, and YouTube while managing weekly and monthly e-newsletters, curating content, preparing emails within the email client, and analyzing and reporting metrics
  • Served as the online voice of CE's brand in social media and email, creating and curating content with an emphasis on maximizing engagement on an ongoing basis and raising awareness and reputation of the institution
  • In conjunction with the executive director, the Philadelphia Arts in Education Partnership, and the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, piloted the establishment of the Teaching Artist Certificate Program, a landmark first-in-the-nation program dedicated to developing a corps of trained teaching artists to work in community sites and collaborate with educators in schools to prepare students for success in the 21st century
  • Increased enrollment in capstone certificate programs by 300%
  • Expanded certificate and professional development course options, resulting in a 65% increase in enrollment
  • Implemented an advising model to ensure better preparation for students, resulting in improved retention rates
  • Developed a benefits package for capstone certificate students including UArts alumni status for students upon completion of their certificate program
  • Negotiated partnership agreements with the American Institute of Graphic Artists (AIGA), the New York Times Knowledge Network (fall 2012), the American Institute of Architects (AIA), and InLiquid
  • Provided oversight of all print and digital materials to reach key audiences - website, media coverage, magazine, newsletter, social media, videos, appeal letters and other communication methods. Write and edit a broad range of materials for both print and digital use, including course descriptions, promotional materials, event copy, press releases, and communications of various types
2006 - 2008, Youth Programs Coordinator, County College of Morris, Randolph, NJ
  • Provided oversight and leadership for all youth programming, including gifted and talented Saturday enrichment, College for Kids, and NJ Teen Arts Festival
  • Educated students between the ages of seven and eighteen
  • Planned, implemented, coordinated, and evaluated all year-round programs on the college's 222-acre campus.
  • Recruited, trained, and supervised all instructional faculty
  • Established policies, procedures, and goals to evaluate and assess structured academics
2000 - 2008, Manager, Junior Museum Programming, The Newark Museum, Newark, New Jersey
  • Developed and coordinated all junior museum educational programming for New Jersey's largest museum, including developing course curricula, promotional materials, lectures, studio classes, workshops, and educational events associated with current and permanent exhibitions
  • Developed and implemented the museum's Primetime 3-to-6 program, a school-based after-school education program, in three Hillside, NJ, schools under a grant from NJAfter3
1998 - 2000, Arts + Public Education Coordinator, Staten Island Childrens Museum, Staten Island, NY

Produced and managed an array of public programs that demonstrate the Museum's educational goals and increased its visibility, consonant with the mission. These included series of special events and exhibitions.

Instructional Experience

SUNY Empire State College

ARTV0912 | Artistic Experience

ARTV0313 | Photojournalism

EDTV0913 | Arts Integration and Collaboration

ARTV1001 | Fundamentals of Art + Design

The University of the Arts

CE2708 | Digital Photography I

CE2710 | Digital Photography II

CE1701 | B + W Film Photography with the Holga

County College of Morris

ART241 | Ceramics I

Certifications

06/1998, New Jersey Teacher Certification with Advanced Standing, New Jersey Department of Education

Awards

2011, Distinguished Program Award, ACHE
2009, Best of Philadelphia, Philadelphia Magazine

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