Administrative Data Research Facility (ADRF) Deputy Director
New York University’s Administrative Data Facility (ADRF) is seeking an experienced manager to join a visionary and dedicated research facility team who can build on a successful approach and take us to the next level. The Deputy Director will be expected to work on a range of projects with a demonstrated commitment to meeting a high bar and a history of getting things done even in the face of obstacles.
The ideal applicant will have the ability to juggle multiple projects at a time and work in a fast -paced environment. The applicant should also have a creative mindset that drives him or her to find innovative solutions to challenging problems by taking the initiative in thought leadership, innovation and creativity. This is a full-time, yearly renewable position.
Developing and implementing our people management strategy;
Working with the team to write proposals that further the vision;
Writing reports to communicate project updates and results to stakeholders; and
Making presentations to government officials at the federal, state and local level.
Qualifications and skills
Excellent writing skills, especially with proposals and reports for multiple audiences;
Background in quantitative social science (e.g. applied economics);
Advanced analytics experience using Python, SQL, or other scripting language
Understanding of business functions such as HR, Finance, marketing etc. ;
Experience managing projects and initiatives with many moving parts and actors;
Outstanding organizational and leadership abilities;
Excellent interpersonal, presentation, and public speaking skills
Highly Desirable Skills
Experience with technology platforms
Experience working in with the public sector
Experience managing and mentoring diverse teams
Location: NYU Center for Urban Science and Progress, 370 Jay Street, Brooklyn, NY
Applicant Instructions: Please submit a cover letter, CV and names, e-mail addresses and phone numbers of 3 references through Interfolio.
Term: One year with the possibility of extension
Principal Investigator: Professor Julia Lane