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Working with the General Goods and Services ('GGS') Category Manager and Category Lead, the Category Analyst is responsible for supporting one or more related procurement category areas with the goal of improved customer satisfaction, achievement of greater efficiencies, reduction of risk, and realizing financial cost savings. In support of organizational mission and goals, the Category Analyst contributes to effective supplier performance management, customer relationship development, determination of customer needs, supplier diversity, contract creation, contract execution and contract renewals.
The Division of Programs in Business (DPB) within the School of Professional Studies (SPS) at NYU is seeking an Assistant Director who will be responsible for the operational oversight of degree program(s). The Assistant Director will direct administration of day-to-day program activities, develop and implement systems and procedures, participate in course planning and develop course schedules. Manage course syllabus and submission processes. Oversee course cancellation and faculty and student notification. Oversee preparation of course-related forms in academic and operational platforms. Ensure courses are scheduled and academic and payroll deadlines met. Develop positive relationships with faculty and serve as a resource to direct problems to appropriate parties or to address and resolve problems. Manage communication to faculty. Ensure facilities and technology issues in the classroom or laboratories are resolved. Assist with the onboarding of new faculty. Provide support and contribute to the successful execution of the department’s strategic agenda. Serve as administrative liaison to student clubs. Support the planning of special student programs and manage the implementation of these programs. Present at recruitment events and/or identify guest speakers. Supervise staff Manage adjunct faculty budget to ensure fund availability.
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Coordinate, facilitate and monitor all global accounting functions for study abroad programs and portal campuses. Develop in-depth understanding of University underlying financial systems, reporting processes and tools to recommend procedural improvements or efficiencies. Utilize accounting and auditing literature to research and resolve business issues. Develop strategies to improve current processes and improve quality of deliverables. Participate in the review of financial statements and supporting schedules for audits. Perform analytical reviews and industry benchmarking of financial results and prepare ad hoc financial reports as requested. Participate in development, deployment and training of financial policies and procedures.
As a critical member of the campus community, the Financial Education Specialist serves to educate students and the community about finances in order to enhance student success 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 financial barriers to student satisfaction and retention, engage in outreach to and documentation of students identified as at risk, and support university personnel who work with students encountering institutional financial challenges. The position further focuses on integrating financial education and planning into the prospective student experience to improve decision making and financial commitment striving for a positive impact on student success to enhance the student experience, improve retention, and support affordability. 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. 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.
The Systems Architect plays a critical role in a modern enterprise application development team, being a trusted advisor to business partners, working with product owners and product designers to determine system scope, and developing scalable and sustainable solutions efficiently using the latest and best-in-class technologies and standards. This position works closely with business partners to define system scope, to determine the technical constraints the system being developed will have, and ensures that the design needs are addressed. The Systems Architect also ensures that any needed adjustments to the software design and architecture are addressed in collaboration with technical teams so that the new functionality is smoothly integrated with the existing application’s architecture. As the liaison the individual in this role facilitates excellent communication between business owners and project teams is critical for the creation of a successful operating model. This role designs holistic software solutions using microservices architecture, modern technologies, current best-practices, and emerging solutions such as machine learning and AWS environment. The Systems Architect is well versed in hands-on development to translate ideas into solutions to meet business goals. This position develops and implements high-level and low-level technical design documents, standard operating procedures and user guides to ensure that systems support the organization's business requirements and meet the needs of end-users. The Systems Architect is responsible for ensuring that all development (custom or others) meets institutional requirements for high availability, redundancy, security, and performance. The person in this role researches solutions for software, hardware, business processes, machine learning, and other emerging technologies. In addition, the Systems Architect is responsible for requirements gathering, code construction, testing and deployment and apply the same methodologies, like Agile, DevOps or Rapid Application Development.
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Guide, advise, and support graduate students through the career planning, decision making, and job searching processes. Assist graduate students in analyzing their interests and skills and developing career goals. Plan, market and implement career related programs and gather data to analyze program effectiveness and establish, strengthen, and maintain relationships between the institution and employers. Liaise with senior stakeholders including faculty, university administrators and employers across NYU's global sites.
NYU's Global Programs & University Life organization is committed to being a welcoming campus community that reflects and enacts the values of inclusion, diversity, belonging, equity and accessibility that inform academic excellence. Employees in this organization are expected to contribute to diverse, equitable, inclusive and accessible learning and working environments for our students, staff, and faculty.
Provide technical support for the overall safe and efficient operation of two advanced fabrication shop spaces. Advise students and faculty on equipment that would best meet their technical needs. Perform skilled maintenance and extensive repairs on complex equipment and parts. Monitor daily use of shops by students and faculty to ensure that safety protocols are being followed.
Provide full-cycle recruitment support for assigned clients, including developing innovative recruitment and sourcing plans, screening candidates, interviewing candidates, and recommending candidates for hire. Coach and counsel internal applicants to help them compete effectively for transfers and career progression opportunities within the university. Engage in a full range of activities that produce a pipeline of candidates for job vacancies in advance of need.
Reporting to the Senior Specialist and Assistant Registrar, the Grade & Archive Specialist is expected to have an in-depth understanding of University policy & procedure, regulation, and systems associated with grades, records/retention, document management, and archiving functions for all schools of NYU. With peak period support from the Assistant Registrar and other Specialists, this Specialist manages all grading and record keeping operations for the Office of the Registrar and serves as an information resource to the entire University. The Specialist maintains current knowledge of SIS updates and functionality and regularly reviews office policies and procedures to ensure accurate, compliant, and timely management of University data and resources. This position will train other staff and school users in University policy and procedure, and utilization of University systems.
Reporting to the Senior Specialist and Assistant Registrar, the Certification Specialist is expected to have an in-depth understanding of University enrollment verification and degree certification policy, procedure, regulations, and all SIS modules and data maintenance associated with these functions. With peak period support from the Assistant Registrar and other Specialists, this Specialist manages all certification operations in the University Registrar, including transcript, and verification processing, with particular focus on reporting of enrollment and graduation data to internal departments, third parties (National Student Clearinghouse, diploma vendors, etc.), and government organizations (VA, HESC, NSLDS, etc.). The Certification Specialist maintains current knowledge of changes in reporting requirements and compliance regulations, and regularly reviews office policies and procedures to ensure accurate, compliant, and timely management of University data and resources.
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