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NYU's Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for an Assistant Director, Admissions & Operations, Online Programs in the Online Programs. The Assistant Director, Admissions & Operations, Online Programs will manage all aspects of admission and enrollment processes for NYU Stern Online Programs, including both degree and non-degree programs. Oversee marketing and admissions operations, including systems design & administration. Manage and conduct data analysis for online programs, providing comprehensive reports and dashboards with summaries, analyses and recommendations for Vice Dean and Dean level review. Serve as a resource and representative of Stern Online Programs with internal and external constituents.
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 and liability remittances. Keep abreast of all federal and state payroll tax law changes. Serve as tier 2 escalation for employee payroll questions.
Manage the design and construction of capital improvements and major infrastructure projects for New York University's Planning and Construction Division to ensure projects are delivered in accordance with approved budgets, schedules and quality standards. Manage consultants, contractors and other vendors to optimize financial results and quality performance. Maintain highest standards of ethics and integrity.
Shift: Wednesday - Sunday 11:00PM - 7:30AM (Shift starts Tuesdays at 11:00PM)
Primarily responsible for hands-on maintenance of HVAC systems and related auxiliary equipment.
The Division of Libraries at New York University (NYU) seeks an Instruction Assessment Associate in the Undergraduate and Instructional Services department to provide a variety of reference and instructional services to library patrons, support calendaring and scheduling, as well as assist instruction assessment practices in the Division of Libraries. The person in this position would conduct library tours, information literacy classes, and library research consultations for students and scholars. They would assist the UIS department in facilitating and assessing its instruction service and programs, adhering to core concepts, such as critical pedagogies and professional standards (e.g., ACRL framework) by conducting assessment projects, contributing to the community of practice efforts, and providing assistance with other instructional assessment strategies. The Instruction Assessment Associate will facilitate scheduling calendars and support for core instruction programs using project management tools and/or templated spreadsheets. The Instruction Assessment Associate would also participate in the development and delivery of instruction and reference, as well as committee work, that supports the Division of Libraries' values of inclusion, diversity, equity, belonging, and accessibility. Evening and weekend work may be required.
Coordinate the day-to-day operations of the Game Center facilities; develop and implement operational and creative policies and practices to ensure classes, events, labs, game library and student productions run smoothly and successfully; and that the safety and security of faculty, students, facilities, and equipment is realized. Serve as resource expert recommending production options to students, recruit new students by providing admissions and curricular information, promote and coordinate events, and resolve complex problems. Manage all aspects of the Digital Gaming Hub. Administer operating budget. Supervise full time administrator and student staff.
Reporting to the Director/Human Research Compliance the IRB Administrator provides support to the NYU University Institutional Review Board (IRB) and Human Research Compliance Office (HRCO). Works with researchers, the IRB Chairperson and members, and other University offices to ensure the protection of the rights and welfare of participants in the human research activities conducted by the University's faculty, scientists, and students. Assists researchers in adhering to IRB requirements, federal and state regulations, state law, University policies, and the ethical principles that apply to human research projects. Investigates and resolves issues of noncompliance. Supports the IRB Chairperson and other IRB members by providing professional analytical and technical assistance to researchers submitting protocols from University-area schools; Additionally, will assist office leadership in developing and implementing its education and outreach program based on federal, state, and University regulations/policies, including advising clients, conducting training (e.g., class lectures, department seminars, special topics sessions), and developing education/outreach materials (e.g., email outreach, website content, informational slide decks).
NYU’s University Life & Global Programs organization is committed to being a welcoming campus community that reflects and enacts the values of inclusion, diversity, belonging, and equity that informs academic excellence. Administrators in this organization are expected to contribute to diverse, equitable, inclusive learning and working environments for our students, staff, and faculty. The Study Away Administrator for Global Programs position works out of the Office of Global Programs (OGP) New York office and contributes to the vision of OGP by providing a high level of student services for matriculated and non-matriculated students engaged in NYU's Global network. This role is responsible for but not limited to engaging students to study abroad by providing them with academic, career, financial aid, cultural awareness, travel planning, and personal advisement; representing and marketing NYU Global Programs to potential students at on-campus and off-campus events; cultivating relationships with students, Profiles, and college advisors to encourage a positive response and interest through participation at an NYU global academic center or campus; reviewing and evaluating students' interest, supporting the University’s emergency response protocol, and contributing as part of the University Life & Global Programs team. This position has a flexible work schedule with prior review and approval by its supervisor based on organizational needs, including in-office and at-home work.
Manage a comprehensive and integrated program for continuing dental education for over 1,000 dental providers. Develop, coordinate and conduct training, development and organizational development programs for faculty, as well as develop and conduct trainings for administrators, staff and researchers to ensure compliance with New York State’s Public Health Law Article 28 (Article 28). Consult with client departments to identify Article 28 training and development needs. Analyze training trends and organizational training needs to create appropriate programs.
NYU’s Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity available for a DevOps Administrator. The selected candidate will manage the underlying key infrastructure and critical services that support Stern's IT services, which includes building, maintaining and promoting a working framework to shorten development and delivery cycles to respond to the growing needs of clients in a secure, reliable and scalable manner. The DevOps Administrator will consult with users to understand their needs, present options to meet those needs, and develop and implement effective information technology solutions. The selected candidate will also train users on new and existing IT services.
Forbes has named NYU one of the best employers for diversity in 2020, ranking eighth among U.S. universities. DiversityJobs.com has named NYU a top employer for 2020 for dedication and commitment to building a diverse workforce and culture. The Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption has named NYU an Adoption-Friendly Workplace in the U.S. for 2019.
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