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Posting Number 2021-8006
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(5/25/2021 9:09 AM)
Shift:  Friday - Tuesday, 7:00am - 3:30pm   Primarily responsible for hands-on maintenance of HVAC systems and related auxiliary equipment.
Telecommute
No
Location
US-NY-New York
Department
Facilities Management
School/Division
Capital Projects and Facilities (WS2548)
Category
Campus/Auxilary/Transportation, Facilities, Public Safety
Union
Local 810 - I.B.T. (International Brotherhood of Teamsters)
FT/PT
Full-Time
Posting Number 2021-8005
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(5/25/2021 9:08 AM)
Shift:  Friday - Tuesday, 7:00am - 3:30pm   Primarily responsible for hands-on maintenance of HVAC systems and related auxiliary equipment.
Telecommute
No
Location
US-NY-New York
Department
Technical Services
School/Division
Capital Projects and Facilities (WS2548)
Category
Campus/Auxilary/Transportation, Facilities, Public Safety
Union
Local 810 - I.B.T. (International Brotherhood of Teamsters)
FT/PT
Full-Time
Posting Number 2021-8004
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(5/25/2021 9:07 AM)
Shift:  Friday - Tuesday, 2:30pm - 11:00pm   Primarily responsible for hands-on maintenance of HVAC systems and related auxiliary equipment.
Telecommute
No
Location
US-NY-New York
Department
Technical Services
School/Division
Capital Projects and Facilities (WS2548)
Category
Campus/Auxilary/Transportation, Facilities, Public Safety
Union
Local 810 - I.B.T. (International Brotherhood of Teamsters)
FT/PT
Full-Time
Posting Number 2021-8029
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(5/24/2021 4:28 PM)
Serve as primary source of information to the general public, students, staff and faculty on policies, procedures, programs and office activities and provide general and more specialized information. Interact with the general public as NYU liaison and with University personnel including those at the senior level to resolve issues and problems. Track enrollment, participation, and successful completion of program participants using multiple databases. Assist with efforts to maximize efficiency and improve processes. Customize and/or compose communications on own initiative or in response to requests for information. Modify and/or create databases and complex spreadsheets. Perform general word processing duties utilizing intermediate to advanced-level functions.
Location
US-NY-New York
Department
NICHE Programs
School/Division
Rory Meyers College of Nursing (NS1058)
Category
General Office Administration
Union
Local 3882 - Union of Clerical, Administrative and Technical Staff (UCATS)
FT/PT
Full-Time
Posting Number 2020-7207
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(5/24/2021 12:30 PM)
We currently have an exciting opportunity for an Administrative Aide in the Office of Career Development within the Corporate Relations team. The selected candidate will coordinate department programs and logistics and provide customer service and support to students, administrators, and faculty. The incumbent will be responsible for calendar management; scheduling, travel and event coordination; drafting correspondence; tracking budgets; updating web pages; processing reimbursements and special projects as needed.
Location
US-NY-New York
Department
Office of Career Development
School/Division
Stern School of Business (SB1071)
Category
General Office Administration
Union
Local 3882 - Union of Clerical, Administrative and Technical Staff (UCATS)
FT/PT
Full-Time
Posting Number 2021-8020
Posted Date 1 month ago(5/21/2021 11:33 AM)
The Research and Laboratory Safety Department is responsible for laboratory safety programs at New York University. This group develops, maintains, and implement safety programs, policies, and procedures in accordance with federal, state and local laws, standards, and other applicable regulations and best practices. The program assists the Institutional Biosafety Committee, Laboratory Safety Committee, and the Institutional Animal Use and Care Committee by providing reports, serving as technical subject matter experts, and assisting with the development of policies, procedures, and guidance documents.   The Senior Lab Safety Specialist:   - Provides leadership by promoting and supporting a comprehensive laboratory safety program throughout the NYU's expansive research enterprise and affiliate initiatives. - Supports and advances a positive, proactive laboratory safety program in a complex environment, working as a leader and member of the Research & Laboratory Safety Team and collaborating with departmental designated coordinators, colleagues and program leaders - Reports to the Director, Research & Laboratory Safety - Assists with establishing and implementing Program priorities in accordance with the Research Safety strategic plan - Collaborates with Departmental coordinators to promote best management practices throughout the University - Provides professional leadership, administrative oversight and manages laboratory safety operations, services and programs in all locations - Supervises schools and departments to ensure compliance with health and safety - Develops, maintains and promotes policies, procedures and programs for laboratory safety, and ensures the campuses are compliant with pertinent local, state and federal laboratory health and safety codes, standards and regulations - Manages compliance in EPA and OSHA programs (may include: Electrical safety, academic shop safety, fall protection, hearing conservation, lab safety, hazardous waste, safety training, standard operating procedures, and grant review and occupational health and safety programs) - Ensures effective implementation and ongoing quality improvement of technology-based systems for the Research Safety team, including but not limited to chemical tracking, database and training - Supervises several Research Safety Team positions as well as departmental designated coordinators - Manages and maintains all relevant records and ensure that all appropriate records are filed with the relevant regulatory agencies - Conducts hazard assessments and provides training to ensure University is in compliance with federal laws and regulations - Conducts OSHA code inspections, accident and incident investigation, Waste Anesthetic Gas monitoring, laboratory design, medical surveillance, job hazard analysis - Facilitates PPE program and other academic physical safety programs (e.g. shop, electrical safety etc.)
Telecommute
No
Location
US-NY-New York
Department
Office of Research & Laboratory Safety
School/Division
Office of the Vice Provost for Research (WS1763)
Category
Development/Sponsored Research/Grant Writing
Union
N/A
FT/PT
Full-Time
Posting Number 2021-8009
Posted Date 1 month ago(5/20/2021 4:39 PM)
Reporting to the CUSP Academic Director, this position is responsible for managing NYU CUSP’s marketing strategies and tools. Leveraging new and existing technologies, and in accordance with the Director and CUSP’s priorities and strategies, design web content, social media, digital marketing, and communications plans primarily for CUSP MS degree and Online Advanced Certificate program admissions. Monitor allocations and content with our marketing firm partner(s) in conjunction with Tandon Graduate Department. The incumbent will also be a co-member of the Online Advanced Certificate recruitment team, and represent CUSP at events and activities both on and off campus, and will oversee the admissions cycle and all admissions queries from Tandon team on behalf of CUSP.
Telecommute
No
Location
US-NY-Brooklyn
Department
CUSP Education (Administrators)
School/Division
NYU Tandon School of Engineering (PE1001)
Category
Marketing/Advertising/Public Relations/Media/Video/Audio
Union
N/A
FT/PT
Full-Time
Posting Number 2021-8014
Posted Date 1 month ago(5/20/2021 2:50 PM)
NYU’s Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for a Faculty Affairs Administrator. The Administrator will assist the Vice Dean & Director with managing all aspects of the promotion and tenure process for the School. The selected candidate will supervise and manage a variety of faculty-related administrative procedures including faculty appointments, promotion and tenure, and the annual review of academic departments for the Stern School of Business Office of Faculty Affairs. They will create written communications for the Vice Dean and serve as a liaison to faculty and consult with administrative offices to resolve problems. The Administrator will develop and manage various projects, activities and events to serve the needs of the academic departments and faculty committees. They will monitor current and implement new office policies and procedures, manage a variety of financial and budget activities including developing forecasting tools and budget recommendations, and supervise work-study student and Faculty Affairs Assistant’s work.
Location
US-NY-New York
Department
Faculty Affairs
School/Division
Stern School of Business (SB1071)
Category
Human Resources
Union
N/A
FT/PT
Full-Time
Posting Number 2021-7991
Posted Date 1 month ago(5/19/2021 4:40 PM)
Under the supervision and guidance of the Assistant Director, Research Contracts and Collaborations, the Subaward Specialist is responsible for the day-to-day management and administration of outgoing subcontracts and sub-agreements executed under the Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP).  The Subaward Specialist will be responsible for drafting, reviewing and negotiating outgoing federal and non-federal subawards and subcontracts and interpreting terms, conditions, and associated rules and regulations as they apply to negotiating and administering sub-grants as a part of prime contracts and cooperative agreements. This position liaises with internal and external customers, consults with faculty, the Office of Sponsored Programs, and departmental administrative personnel regarding subaward related issues.   The Subaward Specialist is responsible for managing subrecipient monitoring activities, including completion of risk assessments, tracking and collecting audit documents from subrecipients, developing analyses and reports that ensure compliance with mandated requirements relative to subrecipient monitoring and makes recommendations for improvement. This position interfaces with subrecipients and internal auditors, submits certification and reports findings, completes monthly FFATA reporting, maintains subaward templates, oversees subaward policies and procedures, and acts as backup for the Contract Analyst and Assistant Contract Officer as appropriate and necessary.  
Location
US-NY-New York
Department
Office of Sponsored Programs
School/Division
Office of the Vice Provost for Research (WS1763)
Category
Development/Sponsored Research/Grant Writing
Union
N/A
FT/PT
Full-Time
Posting Number 2021-7964
Posted Date 1 month ago(5/19/2021 3:48 PM)
Located in the heart of Greenwich Village, New York University’s Office of Sponsored Programs seeks an experienced Projects Officer/Grants Administrator to join our team.     The Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP) is NYU’s central pre-award research administration office responsible for review and management of externally funded proposals and awards for a diverse range of federal, state, local, private, and industrial sponsors.   The Projects Officer/Grants Administrator will be responsible for managing a portfolio of investigators and units and providing customer-focused support for: - Development and submission of extramural funding proposals - Review and processing of incoming sponsored awards - Interpretation of funding agency and institutional guidelines governing sponsored programs to ensure institutional compliance The Projects Officer/Grants Administrator also provides support for key OSP management functions including oversight of data quality assurance/quality control initiatives (QA/QC) for Cayuse SP (NYU’s system of record for sponsored projects) and serves as a Cayuse SP system administrator, technical expert and central contact for system-related questions and issues and oversees communication resources for the office.   Founded in 1831, NYU is one of the most prominent and respected research universities in the world, featuring top-ranked, diverse, and innovative academic and research programs. Anchored in New York City and with campuses in Abu Dhabi and Shanghai, as well as 11 other network campuses throughout the world, NYU conducts research across its global network, with nearly $1 billion in research expenditures annually. The University is ranked #24 in research expenditures among all US institutions and #10 among private institutions. NYU faculty are recipients of the highest scholarly honors and the University is a top producer of patents and revenue from licensing among US universities.  
Telecommute
No
Location
US-NY-New York
Department
Office of Sponsored Programs
School/Division
Office of the Vice Provost for Research (WS1763)
Category
Development/Sponsored Research/Grant Writing
Union
N/A
FT/PT
Full-Time

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