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Perform complex cataloging, acquisitions, metadata and record maintenance functions as well as monitor standard processing functions. Assist in systems maintenance. Assist with special projects. Train student and/or casual employees. Assign and review work of Processing Assistants, students and casuals. Troubleshoot and resolve processing problems.
Perform a wide range of clerical, secretarial, and general office duties including those of a confidential nature for the Executive Director of the American Musicological Society (AMS), with whom the University is affiliated. Prioritize office activities and delegate work to student and/or casual employees. May act as a work leader to junior clerical support staff. Respond to inquiries displaying a comprehensive knowledge of the department's activities, policies, and programs. Interact with the general public as NYU liaison and with University personnel including those at the senior level to resolve issues and problems. Customize and/or compose letters and emails on own initiative or in response to requests for information. Perform general word processing duties utilizing intermediate to advanced-level functions. Modify and/or create databases, web pages, and complex spreadsheets; perform regular bookkeeping. Schedule appointments, maintain individual and/or department calendar, and make related arrangements for the American Musicological Society Annual Meeting. May monitor complex department budgets and/or grants.
Perform clerical, secretarial, and general office duties for the American Musicological Society, with whom the University is affiliated. Serve as office receptionist, answer phones, greet visitors, and schedule appointments. Perform general word processing, spreadsheet, and data entry duties utilizing basic level functions. Maintain simple department budgets and perform related light bookkeeping. Please note this a part-time (17.5 hours/week) position.
Perform a wide range of clerical, secretarial and general office duties including those of a confidential nature. Prioritize office activities and delegate work to student and/or casual employees. May act as work leader to junior clerical support staff. Respond to inquiries displaying a comprehensive knowledge of the department's activities, policies and programs. Interact with the general public as NYU liaison and with University personnel including those at the senior level to resolve issues and problems. Customize and/or compose letters on own initiative or in response to requests for information. Perform general word processing duties utilizing intermediate to advanced-level functions. Modify and/or create databases and complex spreadsheets. Monitor complex department budgets and/or grants.
Responsible for ensuring the University is in compliance with federal and institutional policies governing federal financial aid. Consult with various University offices (Admissions, Registrar, Bursar) and external agencies (lenders and guarantee agencies) to resolve related processing and certification and payment issues. Advise students and parents on federal program processes and regulations, University policies and procedures, and assist them with resolving problems including serving as their liaison to other University offices; provide complex and detailed financial aid information in terms parents and students can more easily understand. As a member of the assigned team, provide guidance and leadership with regard to Services & Counseling teams/initiatives; provide day-to-day leadership and guidance to Financial Aid Counselors/Administrators and assist the Assistant Director of Federal Programs with management of operations.
The HR Services Specialist will provide consultative guidance to clients on appropriate treatment of life events such as a change in job status, separation from employment, going on disability and/or unpaid leave of absence. Support various schools/administrative units by administering Leaves of Absence activities for their employees and educate employees and Human Resources on all aspects of leave and disability benefits. Serve as liaison with Human Resources and other business partners on all leave, disability, and return to work needs. Work with third party administrator to resolve employee leave and disability issues as appropriate. Serve as an escalation resource and subject matter expert for complex leave and disability issues and simplify complex leave and disability requirements for clients. Manage, monitor, audit and analyze benefits leave data as well as leave trends. Act as compliance Subject Matter Expert (SME) for legislative and compliance updates related to FMLA and State leaves, which includes informing NYU stakeholders of legislative updates and impacts as appropriate.
The Student Life Assistant (SLA) is a part-time (approx. 25 hours per week), one-year position based in Los Angeles, CA, during the academic year and summer sessions. The SLA directly assists the Program Manager in maintaining the successful operation of the housing and academic facilities at the NYU Los Angeles campus and provides administrative assistance and budgetary guidance for students on the Discover LA Programming Council. The individual in this position also serves as a role model, resource, policy enforcer, and leader to the diverse group of advanced-level students studying away at the NYU Los Angeles site.
Conduct academic and registration advisement for significant cohort of students. Advise these students and process all necessary paperwork regarding registration, study abroad, permission to register off campus, leaves of absence, AWOL status and readmission. Review, troubleshoot and approve degree progress reports for graduation candidates. Create and maintain departmental student database. Manage departmental nominations for scholarships and allocation of merit ?based monetary awards
NYU's Global Programs & University Life organization is committed to being a welcoming campus community that reflects and enacts the values of inclusion, diversity, belonging, equity and accessibility that inform academic excellence. Employees in this organization are expected to contribute to diverse, equitable, inclusive and accessible learning and working environments for our students, staff, and faculty.
Provide telephone hotline support to students and others with health (mental and physical) issues that affect their academic and general well-being. In collaboration with other Wellness Exchange support services, provide referrals to University specialists or external health-care providers and monitor treatment plans to ensure academic and health progress. Develop and maintain community referral base. Track data and reports to support clinical outcomes and service needs. Perform active outreach and follow-up for students of concern.
This role is crucial for the efficient functioning of the Associate Dean of Clinical Administration and Revenue Cycle Management's extensive portfolio of responsibilities. Manage the budget and serve as project manager to ensure projects are effectively moving according to plan objectives, establish milestones, and create measurement criteria. Analyze a variety of institutional data and prepare summaries and recommendations for the Associate Dean. Independently conduct research on questions presented, synthesize and summarize with recommendations for the Associate Dean.
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