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This position will play a key role in the success of the Media Production Team by carrying out and supporting all directives, assignments, and tasks from senior staff and managers, that are associated with the delivery of service and support for special events, and all other projects that are assigned to the Media Production Department. This position will also consult with users, event organizers, and the law school community, to advise on technology set ups and room functionality while also providing expert guidance and support. This position requires some weekend work and a varied schedule. This position will be responsible for working with senior staff and managers to: · Providing consulting and technology services for event organizers and users of event and room technology, functionality, setup options. · Utilize departmental resources to create and deliver service and support for various clients and projects. · Manage event production schedules, costs, and project timelines. · Track resource and personnel allocations for all events and projects. · Oversee the upkeep of all event and event production systems, and all software. · Handle the day to day operation of the Media Production Department.
This position will play a key role in the success of the Media Production Team by carrying out directives and assignments associated with the delivery of service and support for special events, and all other projects that are assigned to the Media Production Department. This position will consult with users, and advise on technology setups and room functionality, and they will provide expert guidance and support. This position requires some weekend work and a varied schedule. This position will be responsible for: · Providing consulting and technology services for event organizers and users of event and room technology, functionality, and setup options. · Utilizing departmental resources to create and deliver service and support for various clients and projects. · Managing event production schedules, costs, and project timelines. · Tracking resource and personnel allocations for all events and projects. · Managing the upkeep of all event and event production systems and all software. · Assisting the manager with the day to day operation of the Media Production Department.
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.
Provide technical media support services to the NYU community including equipment repair and installation, event support, and equipment delivery and retrieval. Operate media equipment during special events. Assist with customer problem resolution or refer problems to appropriate person for resolution. Perform routine maintenance and basic repair of equipment. Maintain inventory of equipment including ordering supplies and equipment and provide general clerical support.
Under the direct supervision of the Director for Research and Laboratory Safety the Industrial Hygienist (IH) is responsible for establishing and executing management, technical, and operational functions of New York University’s (NYU) Occupational Health and Safety Program to ensure compliance with Federal, State, and NYU Enterprise-wide regulations, policies, procedures and professional standards of practice. The IH assures effective utilization of resources and provides leadership direction in the day-to-day operations and personnel management of the Occupational Health and Safety Program, and is able to manage, identify, and resolve unique situations and issues with wide implications for NYU by applying technical knowledge and experience in the field. The IH will support the development, implementation, and continual improvement of occupational health and safety programs(s) (e.g., hazard analysis, respiratory protection, blood borne pathogen, chemical hygiene, hazard communication, electrical safety, physical hazards, and radioactive materials management). Plans and implements Industrial Hygiene surveys to evaluate workplace conditions and practices to determine extent of, or the potential for, exposures to hazardous agents and conditions (e.g., noise, dust, vapor, and chemical exposure). Subject to change as the University RLS needs grow.
Respond to inquiries from faculty, staff, other University Offices, and the general public regarding OEO policies and requests for accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Conduct intake of faculty, staff, and prospective employees seeking workplace accommodations due to disabilities or medical conditions and facilitate accommodations in consultation with departments and supervisors. Under the direction of the Executive Director, draft, prepare and monitor the annual Affirmative Action Plan to ensure alignment with most currently defined categories and standards. Participate in development and coordination of EEO training related to workplace accommodations, search compliance, and the University’s Affirmative Action Plan. Synthesize, analyze, and update data from various university and government sources (including but not limited to labor market studies, population, and census data, higher education institutions' research, etc.) for inclusion in AAP.
Coordinate and participate in the ongoing development, operation and maintenance of all components and aspects of the Enterprise Community Life suite of applications Ensure the integrity of system data and security, equipment maintenance, organize related projects and work closely with technology staff to ensure collaboration and adherence to University technology policies and procedures for the respective systems. Ensure client needs are met regarding transactions, setup, and support. Collaborate with administrative groups, business and technical partners and vendors to ensure that new requirements and changes are managed for the system. This also includes liaison with Global NYU campuses and providing necessary support for database, interfaces and integration components. Monitor the availability and performance of the system and recommend optimizations. Responsible for change management for migration of changes to production environments.
The School of Professional Studies (SPS) at NYU is seeking an Event Coordinator to consult with client departments to plan and implement events that meet strategic goals of the School of Professional Studies; conceptualize themes, present ideas, and research requests, assess feasibility, and make recommendations to ensure the implementation of successful, targeted events. In conjunction with the Senior Director, plan and execute the conference and other SPS events within the School of Professional Studies. Facilitate all aspects of event administration including facilities, budgeting, participant communication and vendor relations and payments. Consult with Director on management of large-scale events; research vendors, options, pricing structures, etc. Project expenses; determine staffing, space, and equipment needs; conduct post-event evaluations for Director, recommending future improvements.
The Assistant Director for Service and Civic Engagement primarily focuses on being responsible for programs and initiatives within the Center for Student Life that support and advance NYU's commitment to service, outreach, civic engagement, service learning, and leadership development. Work with CSL leadership team to set the vision and strategy relating to service and civic engagement and play a lead role in the creation, implementation, and management of programs designed to enhance local and global leadership and service experiences for NYU students. Initial priorities for this position may include, but are not limited to: voter education initiatives to promote civic engagement and increase the number of NYU students participating in voting, experiential service-learning, such as the Alternative Breaks Program, Project OutReach (a pre-orientation program and social impact program), and volunteer engagement opportunities. This role manages the selection, training, and supervision of student staff, site leaders, site advisors, and peer mentors. Serves as the primary point of contact within the Division of Student Affairs for service and civic engagement related topics and represents these initiatives to external constituents. Works collaboratively with other members of the CSL staff, Office of Civic Engagement, Office for Community and Government Affairs, and external community organizations. Works closely with the Office of Risk Management to evaluate contracts and coordinate travel.
As a key member of the NYU Tandon Online Marketing and Enrollment team, the Enrollment Counselor is primarily responsible for managing the application cycle and enrolling students into NYU Tandon online degree programs. Liaises with all departments, organizations and individuals involved in the admissions process. Advises prospective students and applicants on online graduate degree programs, admission requirements, and available scholarships.
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