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Perform a wide range of clerical and general office duties including those of a confidential nature. Serve as the initial source of information for customers of the PeopleLink Service Center as well as the general University community to resolve client inquiries and issues related to Benefits, Employee Events, Employee Data, Payroll & Time Entry, and other defined inquiry categories. Respond to inquiries displaying a comprehensive knowledge of the department's offerings and policies. Escalate inquiries or issues requiring additional research or input to the appropriate PeopleLink or other resource including those within HR or any other area (IT, Payroll Operations, Budget, Bursar, Registrar, etc). Maintain and monitor benefits enrollment procedures; review personnel action requests and forms for faculty, administrative, clerical, technical, service and research staff to identify new enrollments, changes, promotions and terminations; verify eligibility/ineligibility for benefits. Customize and/or compose letters in response to internal and external requests for information for supervisor's review and approval. Perform other general word processing duties. Modify and/or create databases and complex spreadsheets. Prioritize office activities and delegate work to student and/or casual employees. Hire new students and assist with hiring of casual employees.
Arts and Science is seeking a talented Assistant/Special Projects Analyst to support the Senior Associate Deans. This individual will utilize available internal and external data sources to conduct research and analysis projects to support the Senior Associate Deans of Fiscal Affairs and Administration. Prepare reports for the Senior Associate Deans related to FAS-wide department/ program operations, annual/ strategic planning, and projects/initiatives. Consult with the Senior Associate Deans to determine the impact and feasibility of report findings and recommendations. Manage the administrative operations of the Offices; plan and implement School-wide events and activities, including policy breakfasts, receptions, and conferences; manage the Senior Associate Deans calendars; screen mail and requests for appointments; supervise office operations and staff.
Under the supervision of the Director Academic Technology the Senior Academic Technologist will oversee, support and promote the effective use of technology and design in teaching, research and administrative initiatives. The Senior Academic Technologist will implement pedagogical best practices and supporting educational technologies needed to effectively execute course mission, aligning to departmental goals & objectives. This position will oversee end-to-end development of courses during each design cycle; as well as the piloting of new tools, including the analysis, application, and post-assessment of tools. Additionally, the Senior Academic Technologist will collaborate closely with Department Chairs and senior leadership at Steinhardt in new program development, curricular renovation, and the design of hybrid and online courses. Similarly, the Senior Academic Technologist will work with specific departments to conduct professional development about integrated uses of technology and create opportunities for faculty to experiment with emerging learning technologies. They will work with Steinhardt Administrative departments in order to aid in the streamlining of processes and initiatives within the respective Administrative departments; and collaborate with Administrative departments in effectively executing specific departmental and programmatic goals (both academic and administrative).
The Web Content Producer works amongst an internal team of professionals and occasional third-party vendors to ensure the well-being and appropriate presentation of Web content through its digital lifecycles on NYU's public Web properties, including but not limited to NYU.edu and other non-NYU online venues (ex. YouTube.com, iTunesU, Facebook.com, etc.). This position provides leadership in the area of support for strategic university communications through digital means by assessing, analyzing, requesting, and utilizing functionalities within NYU's enterprise content management applications and legacy Web servers. The Web Content Producer will proactively develop relationships and work closely with clients from different departments to help improve their sites, create basic training documents and provide monthly in-person training sessions, as well as assist in the development of HTML e-mail communications, all under the supervision of the Web Assistant Director. Additionally this position will work closely with Information Technology Services to maintain the presentation layer, user experience, and NYU brand standards established.
The Assistant Director of Compliance is responsible for collaborating with stakeholders to effectively review, evaluate, update and audit all aspects of the Federal Work Study program as well as other practices related to Financial Aid policy. Identify and monitor essential metrics, reports, and key indicators that align with trainings and feedback to maintain compliance with federal guidelines and are consistent with best practice in the industry. Serve as policy expert, training facilitator and communications liaison throughout the University with regards to Financial Aid, Title IV regulations, and specifically the Federal Work Study program. This role will facilitate, support, and provide guidance in ensuring compliance to policies, practice, public-facing content, and adherence to all regulatory policy impacting departments within Enrollment Management.
Serve as the point person for grants management and project coordination in support of the Music and Audio Research Laboratory. This includes advising faculty and principal investigators on federal, state, University and School fiscal guidelines and requirements to ensure compliance; managing all grant accounts/budgets; working with faculty to develop research proposals; advising on allocable and allowable costs; developing budget projections; and monitoring and approving grant expenditures. Monitor all aspects of restricted and grant-funded projects within select units at Steinhardt and across other University departments. Monitor the revenue and expenditures of restricted and grant-funded projects. Provide ongoing analytical support and financial reporting to external funding agencies. Oversee grant budgets, revenues, transfers and expenditures. Assisting with community outreach, coordinating events and project management.
As an active member of the team supporting the Jeffrey S. Gould Alumni and Student Success Welcome Center, this position will be involved in student group advisement, program and service assessment, major programming, communication, and collaboration across student and alumni communities. This position will primarily focus on creating, implementing, and assessing programming and other diverse opportunities for student and alumni engagement. Working closely with colleagues in University Development and Alumni Relations (UDAR), the Program Administrator will ensure all activities and project components are in place to drive alumni and student relationships, especially for populations that could benefit most from an increased sense of community and belonging at the university. This position will support the implementation of strategic processes and initiatives designed to foster student success while fully supporting the mission, vision, and values of New York University. The position will play an important role in supporting the University’s retention and graduation goals.
NYU’s prestigious Leonard N. Stern School of Business is one of the largest and most multifaceted business schools in the world and has always been among the most innovative schools programmatically. The school has over 5,000 students and a suite of degree and certificate programs including the flagship undergraduate and full-time MBA programs; part-time, Executive and Global Executive MBA programs; a range of MS degrees; and newly-launched focused MBAs in Tech and in Fashion & Luxury and Executive MBA in Washington DC.
Stern has a challenging opportunity for an Assistant Director of Global Degree & Executive Education Programs. The Assistant Director will support the Senior Director of Global Degree Programs and Executive Education in all aspects of operations and delivery for NYU Stern's global degree and executive education programs, including: TRIUM Global Executive MBA, MS in Global Finance, MS in Risk Management, MS in Business Analytics, Custom Executive Education and Short Courses. S/he will ensure the smooth delivery of all global degree and executive education programs for modules and special events held at NYU Stern. The Assistant Director will work closely with program participants, faculty and administrative teams from the global degree partner institutions as well as on-campus support staff and external vendors.
The Onboarding Specialist (OS) will deliver a superior new hire experience by providing a high level of customer service and maintaining quality throughout the pre-employment onboarding process. The OS will ensure the completion and accuracy of all pre-employment processes and forms according to the policy and guidelines, while maintaining data integrity. In providing this support, the As an active member of the University Human Resources community, the OS will interact with new hires, Recruiters, Human Resource Officers/HR Business Partners, School/Unit points of contact and other areas of Human Resources as needed. The OS is also responsible for hire related transactions from start to completion as well as managing relationships with new hires. The OS will also assist supervisors in the development of onboarding related metrics, analytics, dashboards, and assist with Onboarding Center related projects. Additionally, the OS will participate in process improvement initiatives.
Position SummaryNew York University Information Technology (NYU IT) is seeking a Project Leader who will design and develop secure, resilient, and scalable technology solutions and support to satisfy University and client functional and business requirements. The Project Leader will be pivotal to problem definition and discovery of the overall solution and guide teams on project processes and deliverables. This role will:
- Create the overall architecture vision for integration technologies and ensures specific components are appropriately designed and leveraged; contributing to the holistic vision of Enterprise Architecture;
- Provide technical leadership to the team to support successful understanding, evaluation and adoption of various new technologies (Spark, Databricks, Snowflake, Airflow, Attunity, Matillion, etc);
- Provide architectural leadership on key strategic projects, ensuring alignment between the architectural domains and working closely with the information, integration, application, business and infrastructure teams;
- Leverage experience in architecting systems with Open Source and AWS/Cloud tools, in building cloud-native enterprise scale applications, and in performance tuning of cloud-based applications to inform solutions;
- Act as a liaison between the IT development group and business for the development and implementation of new systems and enhancement of existing systems for data strategy;
- Identify the gaps between the future-state and current-state information architecture and develop plans for moving toward the future state
- Transform existing application and services, for Enterprise Data Management team to Micro services based Architecture using AWS Platform.
The Project Leader will take a practical approach to balancing architectural purity with business delivery objectives and be responsible for the operational aspects of ensuring the data accuracy of an enterprise application as part of daily operations.
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