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Counsel students on academic, career, and personal matters for the Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions. Advise students regarding matriculation, registration, and goal-setting. Attend recruitment and marketing events. Plan, implement, and participate in a variety of student engagement activities and other special events for students. Develop and run reports in PeopleSoft. Lead the New Student Seminar and provide advisement support to several programs according to the needs of the department. Respond to inquiries concerning the School, department, and program offerings.
Responsible for Tisch Special Programs budget management, reconciliation and faculty onboarding and payment. Manage a variety of financial and budget activities, both OTPS and PS in relation to faculty only. Tasks would include: internal expense control; budget workflow (aides would upload initial reimbursement and reconciliation documentation while this role would be the first level of approval for all transactions); oversee account activity, monthly reconciliation of international and domestic expenses feeding into Tisch Budget and NYU Audit and provide on-going account analyses. Create a department data warehouse maintaining weekly, monthly and yearly reports assessing enrollment, facilities, equipment, marketing and other program data. Analyze said data to create comprehensive feedback vital to streamlining the operations of the department. Provide functional staff supervision. Onboard full-time and part-time faculty, EIB and full-time Google forms.
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.
Representatives will focus on customer service and serve as customers' primary point of contact and escalate/route issues of a more complex nature as appropriate. Serve as resource and initial contact for prospective students interested in NYU graduate programs. Provide a high level of personalized service to inquiries and applicants. Connect prospective students with appropriate campus graduate admissions offices. Educate prospective graduate students regarding admission policies and procedures. Respond to phone and email inquiries in a courteous and professional manner; assess needs and provide the appropriate information and/or direct them to the appropriate department. Display a comprehensive knowledge of policies, academic programs, and office activities across the University. Communicate with various administrative units including, various Graduate Admissions offices, the Registrar, Student Affairs, and Financial Services regarding student issues. Perform a range of clerical and general office duties, including those of a confidential nature. Assist professional staff with office activities and projects as assigned, including data collection and analysis. Compose letters and correspondence and assist in the creation of division training manuals. Perform general word processing, spreadsheet and data entry duties utilizing intermediate-level functions. Gather information on graduate inquiries. Modify and/or create databases and complex spreadsheets.
Reporting to the Residence Hall Director (RHD), manage the operations of the Residence Hall Resource Center, serve as a member of the building leadership team in managing the day-to-day business affairs and planning of the assigned residential hall, and serve as an on-site emergency response/crisis intervention agent in the absence of the Residence Hall Director or the Residence Hall Assistant Director.
Reporting to the Residence Hall Director (RHD), manage the operations of the Residence Hall Resource Center, serve as a member of the building leadership team in managing the day-to-day business affairs and planning of the assigned residential hall. , and serve as an on-site emergency response/crisis intervention agent in the absence of the Residence Hall Director or the Residence Hall Assistant Director.
Reporting to the Associate Director of Informatics, the Clinical Informatics Data Analyst principal duties will be to develop, execute, and analyze clinical reports. Supports COVID related pipeline data needs including student compliance, employee compliance, redcap integration, population reconciliation, automating reporting for ECLRS and resolving any outstanding CIR issues. Use software and write SQL code to clean, manage, and analyze data. Manage and manipulate large, complex, uncleaned, and constantly changing data sets and databases. Examine the integrity and comparability of data. Serve as a liaison to internal programmatic staff to build and maintain COVID pipelines. Will investigate and improve data quality. This is a one-year limited term position.
Provide high-level programmatic support to meet the evolving strategic objectives of the Department of Epidemiology. In collaboration with Department Chair, manage academic, administrative, financial operations for the Department of Epidemiology at the NYU School of Global Public Health (GPH). Plan, coordinate, and lead student support and enrichment activities for the Epidemiology department in collaboration with other academic programs within GPH. Plan, develop, and implement new and existing Epidemiology programs and programming infrastructure in support of the School’s academic mission. Oversee academic administration activities including academic and curriculum management. Provide post-award financial management, oversee financial activities of the departmental faculty’s research portfolios. Serve as administrative liaison with other school and university departments and offices and supervise office staff. This is a 24 Month Term Position.
Arts and Science is seeking an organized Administrative Aide I to join the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute. This individual will perform a broad range of clerical, secretarial, and general office duties including those of a confidential nature. Respond to inquiries displaying a comprehensive knowledge of the undergraduate/graduate departmental offerings and policies. Assist with the prioritization of office activities and delegate to and monitor work of student and/or casual employees. Compose letters and correspondence. Perform general word processing, spreadsheet and data entry duties utilizing intermediate-level functions. Monitor moderately complex budgets and/or grants.
In collaboration with the Registrar of the School of Global Public Health and Program Manager, manage the smooth operation of the Office of Academic and Faculty Affairs. Oversee the School’s schedule and courses for all degree/certificate programs in Albert and ensure School and University standards and guidelines are maintained. Manage Undergraduate and Graduate student requests/inquiries. Plan, develop, and implement new and existing academic programs and programming infrastructure in support of the School’s academic mission. Manage, plan, and implement activities related to academic, accreditation, compliance, and all other operational aspects of the Office. Communicate program and degree requirements to students. Oversee the student database and provide detailed reports for GPH Leadership. Conduct needs assessments and surveys, analyze data, and make recommendations for process or service improvement.
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