The Assistant Director of Project Portfolio Governance is responsible for leading the NYU IT Governance Office and all related strategic and programmatic activities. Primary responsibilities include: - Developing, implementing and maintaining project portfolio governance practices, frameworks and tools that deliver the greatest value to NYU - Guiding the development of multi-year strategic technology roadmaps - Helping the organization evaluate and prioritize IT investments - Monitoring and reviewing projects and project portfolios against strategic plans to ensure continuous alignment with the mission and goals of NYU - Establishing methodologies to track and report on project benefits and ROI - Overseeing resource management program and related activities to ensure optimal use of University resources - Developing and maintaining reports and dashboards that provide meaningful insights on project and portfolio health - Leading a team of high performing professionals, focused on service excellence and continuous improvement.
The Service Manager for Web Publishing collaborates with faculty and technologists, and supervises employees working on, with the creation and/or use of academic tools and technology projects to support the educational goals of the faculty, department, school, and University
The Schack Institute of Real Estate in the School of Professinal Studies is seeking an Assistant Director to develop, plan and implement global field intensive programs in conjunction with the associate dean. Participate in strategic planning initiatives. Provide administrative support to the NYUSPS Schack Institute of Real Estate by planning and facilitating internal event, serving as liaison with the Wasserman Center at SPS, and serving as advisor to the graduate Real Estate Institute Student Association. Oversee implementation of executive and custom international executive education programs. Supervise staff.
Provide leadership in the delivery of program services for the STEP/BEST/CSTEP programs, including but not limited to student advising academic services and curriculum development. Ensure the integrity, growth, and evaluation of the advising and academic services and activities for STEP/BEST CSTEP students at NYU. Assist the Senior Director of STEM in the oversight and planning of all program components including the Summer Program and academic year support workshops and programs. Supervise professional and support staff Provide academic, career, financial aid and personal counseling to CSTEP and STEP students. Responsible for the hiring and training of the office's tutor/peer Counselors, Assist in planning, implementing and evaluating program services and activities. Coordinate tutorials and study groups for CSTEP and STEP students. Coordinate and supervise CSTEP/STEP Peer Mentoring program. Assist students in applying for undergraduate, graduate and professional programs of study. Serve as a liaison between students and the University community. Serve as a liaison between STEP and participating secondary schools. Collect and compile data for University and New York State reports.
Clinical Applications Administrator is responsible for the administration of NYU College of Dentistry’s Electronic Health Record system, Practice Management System, and all other related clinical applications that together comprise the longitudinal patient record. Serves as a subject matter expert for the Electronic Record and related applications. These systems are designed specifically for dental education settings. They maintain comprehensive clinical and financial record as well as academic information related to a student’s clinical performance.
Manage supply operations for all clinical supply areas including standardization of protocols and training to ensure the efficient distribution of clinical instruments, equipment and supplies. Work closely with vendors and suppliers to ensure all delivery of supplies are on schedule. Manage the day-to-day operations of all clinical supply areas and simulation lab staff to determine special needs, review orders & assure that the orders match with bulk items previously approved in the student kits or as approved by Senior Director, Instrumentation and Sterilization Manage staff performance. Assists with the clinical purchasing, storage, assembly of medical, dental, surgical and related supplies, materials, instruments and equipment utilized in the care and treatment of patients at the college. Approve daily purchase orders for clinical supplies and assure that the appropriate materials as identified by the formulary committee are ordered in acceptable quantities.
This position will provide comprehensive design expertise (UX/UI, visual presentation, layout) on a variety of multimedia production and operational needs for use in technology-enhanced educational materials.
The primary purpose of this position is to support the NYU Division of Libraries’ reference and instructional programs by providing a variety of multidisciplinary reference and research services to library patrons in person and remotely, providing information literacy instruction, and conducting library tours. This position also participates in Division of Libraries’ committees and working groups, assists with content development for the departmental website and online research guides, and participates in various special projects and initiatives as assigned. Evening and weekend hours may be required.
The Division of Programs in Business in the School of Profesional Studies is seeking an individual to manage administrative activities related to academic services. The Division serves about 2000 graduate students. Responsibilities include: implementation and supervision of strategic communication and outreach related to yield efforts following students’ admission to the Division's graduate programs to increase enrollment and revenue. The Assistant Director will serve as liaison to Admissions Office and Office of Student Affairs regarding the recruitment, conversion, and retention of new and continuing students. Other responsibiities include: plan and implement student orientations and participate in and make presentations at recruiting and new student events; coordinates student activities with academic departments, SPS, and University Offices; supervise office support staff. Advise a minimum of 250 credit students.
The Center for Academic Excellence and Support in the School Professional Studies is seeking an idividual to fill the position of Educational Technologist. The Educational Technolosgist serves as an educational technology support resource for SPS faculty and staff at the Center for Academic Excellence and Support (CAES). Responsibilities include: apply relevant instructional technology techniques on how to use and apply educational technology tools to enhance student learning within traditional and online learning environments. Research, design, develop, and facilitate group and one-on-one professional development activities for faculty; including trainings, consultations, workshops and support documentation. Provide frontline user support for education technology tools, assist faculty in integrating technology into the in-person and online classroom as well as support internal special projects. Serve as the R&D lead on educational technology trends, monitor developments in the use of current and emerging instructional technologies while promoting the appropriate use of educational technology for SPS programming.
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