NYU Law School - Assistant Dean of Public Interest

16 May 2012 9:55 AM | Donna Lee
NYU Law School is seeking to fill the position of Assistant Dean of Public Interest.
Here is the job description: “Develop employment opportunities in government, public interest (domestic and international), tax exempt organizations, and fellowships through employer meetings, the Public Interest Legal Career Fair, and collaboration with faculty and alumni. Provide counseling to students and alumni who seek summer, post-graduate and/or long-term public service employment. Advise public interest student groups as needed. Collaborate with Office of Career Services ("OCS") in assisting students and alumni interested in public service employment, administer post-graduate funding in conjunction with OCS, and follow-up with graduates still seeking employment. Collaborate with the Hauser Global Program to assist students and alumni interested in global public service opportunities. Collaborate with all student services offices to provide and maintain excellent student-friendly services. Oversee fellowship counseling, scholarship programs, Public Service Graduation Awards, and grant administration.”
We are looking for someone with a minimum of 7 years' experience in public interest, government or relevant private practice including supervisory experience, or in law school program administration or non-profit administration.
If you are interested in the position or know others who might have an interest, the job posting is available at:  www.nyucareers.com/applicants/Central?quickFind=54867


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