Since our founding in 1919, The New School (TNS) has redrawn and redefined the boundaries of intellectual and creative thought as a preeminent academic center. Our rigorous, multidimensional approach to education dissolves walls between disciplines and helps nurture progressive minds. At our university, students have the academic freedom to shape their unique, individual paths for a complex and rapidly changing world. Our colleges include Parsons School of Design, Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts, the College of Performing Arts, The New School for Social Research, the Schools of Public Engagement, and Parsons Paris. The New School is committed to diversity in the workplace.
Working at The New School comes with several unique benefits including a generous time off policy and a tuition benefit for employees and their dependents.
The Assistant Vice President for Emerging Technology (AVP) is a new leadership position created to champion the innovation and development of leading-edge information technology (IT) solutions. The AVP for Emerging Technology reports to the Chief Information Officer (CIO). The objective of this new position is to create knowledge and technology to empower The New School by making the campus information system lighter, smarter and friendlier. The AVP for Emerging Technology will be a leader in technology innovation and will inspire, empower and care for the organization, leading by example. The AVP will develop a talent strategy and recruit and motivate top minds.
Major Responsibilities - Build the Emerging Technology organization with strong technology experts equipped to lead innovation efforts. - Taking the approach of
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About The New School
The New School, a leading university in downtown New York City, offers degree and nondegree academic programs in design, the social sciences, the liberal arts, management, the arts, and media. Students benefit from small classes, superior resources, and renowned faculty members who practice what they teach. Continuing education courses and public programs place the university at the center of New York’s cultural and intellectual life.