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Serve as a payroll subject matter expert. Compile, analyze and document issues on payroll and related fiscal activities in order to identify systemic issues or problems and propose solutions. Implement internal control procedures to review and approve payroll expenditures. Assess complexity of payroll issues and determine resolutions; make recommendations to senior department management based on knowledge of payroll; investigate payroll discrepancies and find resolution with appropriate University offices to resolve problem transactions. Analyze and reconcile per pay period tax filings, W-2s and liability remittances. Keep abreast of all federal and state payroll tax law changes. Serve as tier 2 escalation for employee payroll questions.
This critical position manages Student Success operations and planning, with a focus on supporting the strategic use of data and technology. The Associate Director ensures the team and its campus partners are equipped with the available tools and evidence to drive decision making and student-centered practices that support the university’s retention and graduation goals. The Associate Director serves as a liaison and thought partner with colleagues in Institutional Research, Enrollment Strategy, and Enrollment Technology to support the delivery of reports, analyses, student assessments, and dashboards based on business questions and goals. This position also works collaboratively with school and central administrative users to document needs and business requirements related to student success analytics, solutions, and tools such as NYU Connect (Starfish). The Associate Director coordinates planning and conducts project activities for the office related to specifications gathering, report and data model development, and the rollout of systems and their functionality to users. In partnership with Institutional Research and the Registrar’s Office, this position monitors processes and procedures to ensure the accuracy of data for Student Success analytics, especially data used to feed NYU Connect. The Associate Director will support the creation and delivery of trainings and campus rollouts related to NYU Connect Analytics, ensuring user acceptance and adoption of evidence-based processes and practices.
The position will be responsible for providing functional support to all university offices using Slate Technolutions under the NYU Enterprise contract. This person will also serve as liaison between the NYU IT team and Enrollment Management Unit in the implementation of system fixes and enhancements. This person will support the activities of the Director of Student Information Systems in the planning and implementation of Slate Technolutions to all units across the University.
Manage sponsored research grants, contracts, gift and faculty 'start-up' funds. Advise Principal Investigators on grant funds management and budget planning, new funding opportunities, and status of accounts. Interpret funding agency and University guidelines and terms of grant contracts. Monitor appropriate spending, analyze and revise budgets, and develop financial reports for sponsoring agents to ensure compliance with required grant reporting.
As a critical member of the campus community, the Student Success Specialist will serve as an advocate charged with helping students navigate campus resources and resolve issues as part of a coordinated effort to ensure students thrive and persist to graduation. This position will practice data-driven outreach, pro-active resource referral, and timely/holistic interventions to meet the needs of students, especially those with complex issues that may span multiple offices/areas. The position will generate data and reports to help identify barriers to student satisfaction, retention and academic progression, engage in outreach to and documentation of students identified as at risk, and support university personnel who work with students encountering institutional challenges. The position will work collaboratively with offices across the university (e.g. Registrar, Financial Aid, Bursar, Student Affairs, the Schools and Academic Advising units) to assist students in resolving issues, navigating support, and managing complex cases that may affect persistence, satisfaction, and graduation. The role works directly with students, utilizing systems and tools such as NYU Connect (Starfish by Hobsons) and Albert SIS (PeopleSoft Campus Solutions) to ensure data-driven practices, appropriate documentation and holistic case management. All efforts will support and advance strategic university goals and measures, including first-year retention, student satisfaction and belonging, and the 6-year graduation rate.
Reporting to and in collaboration with the Director, the Program Director will shape and focus the future direction of the Center for Black Visual Culture (CBVC) in terms of partnerships and new projects within the Institute for African American Affairs (IAAA) and more broadly. The Program Director serves as a principle spokesperson (along with the Director) to the internal and external constituencies of CBVC and will further develop the Center’s position nationally and internationally and in relation to black visual culture, the archive focusing on the arts and university programs. Center for Black Visual Culture is a space for scholarly and artistic inquiry into the understanding and exploration of images focusing on black people globally. It is both an incubator for new ideas and a center for the study of images (framing and reframing). As an interdisciplinary space for students, faculty, post-doc fellows, and the public, CBVC is a place for conversations, exhibitions, and listening as well as a locus for the production of new scholarship and art projects. The incumbent's responsibilities include the coordination and review of resources highlight the mission of the CBVC including ways in which to promote available research materials focusing on black visual studies and to ensure that the CBVC’s projects are available to the NYU community. The Program Director will be the go-to person for everything involving an archival project’s organization and timeline. The Program Director will lead the Center administratively and together with the Associate Director of IAAA will work in close collaboration to provide leadership and management of the CBVC and its staff. Please note this is a fixed-term position through August 31, 2020, subject to renewal.
Manage all aspects of a project, from start to finish, so that it is completed on time and within budget. Design, communicate, and implement an operational plan for completing the project; monitor progress and performance against the project plan; take action to resolve operational problems and minimize delays. Identify, develop, and gather the resources to complete the project. This may include preparing designs and work specifications; developing project schedules, budgets and forecasts; and selecting materials, equipment, project staff, and external contractors. Liaise with other operational areas in the organization to secure specialized resources and contributions for the project. Conduct meetings and prepare reports to communicate the status of the project. Set priorities, allocates tasks, and coordinates project staff to meet project targets and milestones.
Plans and directs facilities activities such as building maintenance, space leasing, property management, and maintenance of properties. Ensures the optimal utilization of the organization's facilities. Assesses and evaluates the physical space requirements of the organization and recommends plans to meet needs. Ensures proper functioning of facilities through ongoing inspection and maintenance. Serve as local project manager for construction, renovation and relocation projects, as needed. Develop and supervise the inventory management of assets including furniture and furnishings throughout portfolio. Evaluate, establish and manage space utilization changes. Executes procurement and purchase orders related to facilities transactions
Reporting to the Vice Dean for Research, Innovation & Entrepreneurship at NYU’s Tandon School for Engineering, the Director of Research Administration, will be responsible for establishing and leading the school’s Office of Research Administration (ORA). S/he will collaborate with, as well as provide support and leadership to a wide range of departments, offices, staff and especially faculty, including working with the key members of Tandon’s Leadership Team to determine the pre- and post-award grants management needs of each department, developing service level agreements (SLAs) that will provide the most effective, efficient and timely support to all of the research faculty and staff, providing as needed training to current staff and ensuring the office is properly staffed to meet all SLA obligations. The Director is liaison to and expected to hold regular meetings with central research administration to convey Tandon-specific challenges and advocate for faculty-identified priorities for service and support.
Duties will include:
- Develop standard operating procedures and service level agreements for both pre- and post-award grants management support
- Oversee all day-to-day pre- and post-award operations related to Tandon’s portfolio of sponsored research, including the management of all pre- and post-award grants management staff
- Disseminate and communicate regulatory directives and updates to pre-award, post-award to principal investigators and school administration in coordination with central research administration
- Proactively assist faculty and staff with proposal preparation, budget development, reporting requirements, and regulation compliance
- Ensure cohesive communication of pre-award, compliance, and post-award throughout project lifecycles
- Support staff professional development activities
- Mentor all Tandon OSP pre through post award staff and assume respinsibility for annual program planning and evaluations with the establishment of outcomes based metrics for success and implementation of continuous performance improvement and professional development
- Plan, initiate, and coordinate faculty and staff training designed to stimulate proposals and increase their success rates
- Provide outreach and professional development activities for faculty and staff creating greater community awareness and understanding of grant-seeking processes and opportunities
- Provide monthly standardized reports to all research faculty showing financials and effort reporting information
- Oversee the effort reporting process
- Ensure 100% compliance with both sponsor and University policies
- Serve as the primary liaison between Tandon and NYU’s Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP)
- Provide ad-hoc reports as needed
- Perform other duties as assigned
The NYU Tandon School of Engineering seeks an accomplished individual for the position of Director of Industry Partnerships, reporting to the Vice Dean for Research, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship. New York University (NYU) is one of the top private research universities in the United States. NYU Tandon has an illustrious past as Brooklyn Poly and NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering.
The Director of Industry Partnerships will work strategically with the Vice Dean, the Tandon Leadership Team, and the faculty to identify focus areas for research partnerships with industry, connect faculty and industry sponsors, and manage all aspects of the faculty- industry relationships at a high level. The Director must work closely with Tandon faculty, constituents across the university and external partners and agencies, and must be able to communicate effectively, build collegial relationships, and gain trust through expert work and clear management. The Director should create a culture of teamwork and collegiality across all of NYU Tandon and NYU that fosters good communication, respect, and provision of good service, while committing to the process of continuous improvement in the school and the university.
- Create a vision and strategy for building meaningful relationships with industry;
- Cultivate existing relationships with industry, government, and private foundations that support research;
- Identify new industry partners and develop multi-faceted research partnerships with them and our faculty;
- Manage all aspects of the faculty-industry relationships;
- Work collaboratively to assist faculty across all disciplines in achieving their scholarly goals and in achieving the strategic mission of the research and creative activity enterprise;
- Build strong relationships with others, in particular with other Schools and Colleges of NYU as well as NYU’s Global Network through an ability to communicate clearly and persuasively;
- Build teams for interdisciplinary research that are relevant and attractive to industrial sponsors;
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