Welcome to the Career Services website for the Milano School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy. Here you can find resources for all Milano programs including environmental policy & sustainability management, international affairs, nonprofit management, organizational change management, and public & urban policy. We also have resources for alumni and employers available. If you have any questions, suggestions, or concerns about this site, please feel free to send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
FULL TIME FELLOWSHIP AND SUMMER INTERNSHIPS!
Port Authority of New York and New Jersey representatives will visit Milano to discuss their agency’s Leadership Fellows Program and Summer Internship Program. This session will be held:
Tuesday, October 6 / 1pm-2pm
6 East 16th Street, Room 1645
RSVP: Visit Career SuccessLink and select the “Events” tab then choose “Information Sessions”
Opportunities are typically available within the following departments:
Capital Programs, Comptroller’s, Environmental & Energy Programs, Govt. & Community Relations, Human Resources, Management & Budget, Marketing, Media Relations, Operations Services, PATH, Planning, Port Commerce, Public Safety, Procurement, Real Estate, Technology Services, Tunnels, Bridges & Terminals, World Trade Center Redevelopment
For more information, please visit: http://www.panynj.gov/careers/leadership-fellows-program.html and http://www.panynj.gov/careers/summer-internship-program.html
Peer Coaching To Manage Workplace Challenges – Practicing Difficult Conversations and Shifting Mindsets
The FREE discount code for New School student, staff, and faculty registration is newschcomp
2015-2016 Season Kick-Off Program
Friday, September 25
Peer coaching to manage workplace challenges: Practicing difficult conversations and shifting mindsets
Make Friday matter! Spend your after-work hours learning genuine solutions to manage workplace challenges.
Building on his own career as leadership coach and frameworks from Douglas Stone’s Difficult Conversations book and theHarvard Negotiation Project, Chris Charyx, partner at the Boda Group will lead an interactive session on practices and methods for effectively managing constructive conflict in organizations. Through the utilization of a peer-to-peer approach grounded in coaching practice, Mr. Charyx will engage you in peer coaching sessions to practice difficult and stressful conversations focused on listening skills and inquiry. The session will provide you with key steps and practical techniques that can be used at all levels and functions of an organization to reduce conflict, strengthen relationships, and improve performance.
Date and Location
The New School
65 West 11th Street, Wollman Hall
(between 5th & 6th Avenues)
Friday, September 25
Networking: 5:30 – 6:00 pm
Event: 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Members: Included in dues
Non-members: $35 in advance or $45 at the door. No refunds.
Chris Charyx is currently a partner at the Boda Group, where he specializes in coaching highly accomplished technical and analytical leaders and their teams. He believes that effective leadership is fundamentally driven through connection to personal values. His clients have included AOL, Sunovion Pharmaceuticals, Jennison Associates, Microsoft, AthenaHealth, Harvard Business School, and Teach for America. He brings his twenty-five years of experience as a marketing and strategy consultant leading major global engagements for market leaders across a broad range of industries. Chris has a BA from Brown University, an MBA from Columbia Business School, and is a certified coach by CTI, CPCC and ICF. Chris’s full bio is available on our website.
ODNNY presents a talk with Phil LeNir where he will give you insight into the 70/20/10 framework and how you can use it for you own practice.
July 17, 2014 5:30 PM through 8:00 PM
For more information visit ODNNY’s website.
“It’s well understood in the field of learning and development that 70% of learning is informal, on the job, and experience based, 20% is coaching and mentoring, and 10% is comprised of formal learning interventions and structured courses. But what does this mean in practice?”
Co-founded by Phil LeNir and Henry Mintzberg in 2007, CoachingOurselves is a methodology for managers that builds community, stimulates exchange of perspectives, and encourages team cohesion. CoachingOurselves offers a novel approach to developing leaders and transforming organizations based on the 70/20/10 framework; it uses tools to explore a wide range of topics created by more than forty leading management thinkers including Henry Mintzberg, Marshall Goldsmith, David Cooperrider, and Michael Beers. ”
MAYOR’S OFFICE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE
GRANT ADMINISTRATOR & COMPLIANCE COORDINATOR
The Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice (MOJC) facilitates cooperation and partnerships among the agencies and actors involved in crime-fighting and criminal justice in New York City. In doing so, MOCJ works to ensure the fair and efficient functioning of the criminal justice system in New York City. MOCJ serves as a liaison between the NYPD, the Departments of Corrections and Probation, the five District Attorney’s Offices, and other agencies to help coordinate consistent citywide policy on criminal justice issues. MOCJ also advises the Mayor on criminal justice matters and is responsible for developing and implementing policies, legislation, and strategies in the fields of public safety and criminal justice.
Under the supervision of the Executive Director for Operations, the Homeland Grant Administrator & Compliance Coordinator will oversee the management of the homeland security grants portfolio of nearly $500 million. Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Acting as liaison to Federal, State, and City agencies while ensuring agency compliance with financial and programmatic grants requirements, making sure that all information is provided to auditors in a timely manner
- Coordinating between numerous City agencies which receive and expend Homeland Security grant funds to collect, process, and submit all financial reporting documents to the State Office of Homeland Security
- Coordinating all compliance reviews across recipient agencies, and conduct the physical reviews, which will involve site visits, desk reviews, and reports
- Working with the City’s Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and agency fiscal managers to ensure that grant spending is on schedule
- Serving as compliance monitor for all MOCJ-administered grants, which includes oversight responsibility for the progress of grant programs and related legislation, in addition to the day-to-day administration of grant financial reporting, auditing and tracking
- Coordinating fiscal monitoring visits of oversight entities to recipient agencies
PREFERRED SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS
- Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration, Finance, Criminal Justice, Urban Studies, Political Science or related field, plus a minimum of 3 years of relevant work experience
- Strong proficiency in Excel and Word, required
- Experience in contracts or program monitoring, required
- Strong organizational, analytical, proofreading and writing skills
- Ability to problem solve, while balancing competing priorities, complex situations and tight deadlines
- Maintaining an enthusiastic work ethic, in addition to being able to work well with others in a diverse team environment
- New York City Residency Within 90 Days of Appointment
Submit a one-page cover letter, resume and 3 references to email@example.com with “Grant Administrator” in the subject line
Salary is commensurate with experience.
The Office of the Mayor/City of New York is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Catholic Relief Services (CRS) is one of the largest humanitarian agencies, serving in more than 90 countries worldwide. An internship at CRS gives you an introduction to the world of international relief and development. It is an opportunity for you to gain professional experience, network with potentially useful contacts, and learn what it is like to work for a faith based organization.
The Summer Internship Program is CRS’s formal internship program. The program takes place from June to August for a period of 10 – 12 weeks (in some cases the internship may extend beyond the summer months). Interns work in departments across the organization and are responsible for a variety of tasks based on their skill set and the needs of their departments. Interns receive regular guidance, direction, and support from their supervisor to ensure a successful experience. The program is designed as a collaborative learning experience that includes a performance management assessment, activities with other interns in the cohort, and a collaborative intern project to culminate the internship experience.
CRS is looking for interns with:
- Strong organizational skills and ability to collaborate in a team environment.
- Strong interpersonal skills and oral/written communications
- The commitment and ability to produce high quality, accurate work in an efficient and timely manner.
- Proficiency in MS Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint is highly desirable.
To apply, look for individual internship postings on our CRS.org careers webpage which can be accessed here http://crs.org/about/careers/ or click here (if viewing this document online). Type “Internship” in the search box and a list of our available internships will be displayed.
Interested candidates are encouraged to apply for the internship/s that most closely matches their field of study and skill set.
Important Application Dates
- Most of our Summer Internship positions are posted on the CRS careers website starting March 15, 2014.
- CRS Summer internships are competitive and we recommend that you apply as early as possible.
For questions and for more information, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.