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We currently have an exciting opportunity for an Administrative Aide in the Finance department. 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.
Provide reference assistance to faculty, student, staff, and other users of the Center for Music and Media's collections and services. Oversee the Center's full range of public-service operations at selected times during its weekly schedule, including supervision of student employees. Assist the department head/music librarian by providing background research and clerical support towards the acquisition of new materials for the library's collections of recorded and printed music. Maintain usage statistics for the department's collections, facilities, and services. Process requests and returns of the department's holdings located in its offsite storage facility.
This position will develop, coordinate, and implement programs and services for the Center for Student Life within the Division of Student Affairs. As an active member of the Center for Student Life team this position will have involvement in student organization advisement, university and departmental policy oversight, program and service assessment, major programming, budget management, communication, marketing, and collaboration across the Center for Student Life and campus. Serves with other CSL staff on leading university wide events, and undertake special projects to be assigned at the discretion of the CSL leadership team. This position will primarily focus on working with and supporting Club Life which is comprised of more than 300 student organizations that are allocated funding by the Student Activities Board, a committee of Student Government, and advised by graduate student staff and professional staff in the Center for Student Life. As part of a team, this position will advise student leaders, student clubs and organizations, individually and in a group, to assist with event planning, provide advice on club management and leadership issues, and assist with club retention and student organization success. Make recommendations and referrals for intervention and assistance; serve as resource for staff and students on issues relating to student leaders and organizations. Keep current with university policies in procedures as they relate to club life. Consult with other staff and University departments to develop and implement training for club leaders and advisors, including new club development, new officer trainings, officer transitions, conflict resolution. Create and share, as a part of a communications plan, policy updates, changes, and reminders. Train student leaders and advisors on the use of the club management system so that data is up to date. Work within the club management system to ensure information is up to date and organized, conduct regular reviews of data, create usage and demographic reports.Attend meetings and collaborate with university administrators, staff and faculty. Advise high need organizations such as travel and competition groups to ensure they receive training and support that supports university policies and procedures as it relates to student conduct, travel, and SAB spending policies. This position will be a part of a team approach to Club Life and supervise one Graduate student Oversee Club management trainings each semester, club information fairs, and other related resources that provide students with opportunities to find and join organizations at NYU.
Responsible to the Chair / Associate Chair of the Department of Cariology and Comprehensive Care to provide direct management oversight of assigned pre-doctoral academic administration and monitoring of many aspects of the dental student's education conducted in the dental care center. The principle role of the Academic Coordinator will include both the daily monitoring of students activity in the dental care center and long-term management of both the patient care (management of the patient pool of the group practices) and the performance of the students in the dental care center. Collaborates with dental students, faculty and clinic manager to resolve patient problems. Ensures patient records are completed; encounter forms are tracked for student academic credit and remitted to clinic management for processing.
Manage claims adjudication by identifying contractual variances between posted and expected reimbursement for Article 28, Managed Care, Commercial Insurance and other payers. Analyze, audit and recover outstanding receivables. Identify trends in payments, underpayment/overpayments and denials. Work with respective departments to evaluate trends and be part of the team that works towards resolution and improvement of the revenue cycle processes. Directly manage and resolve all assigned underpayment appeals, follow-up and payer relationships. Report to management any gross payment discrepancies by payers. Contact payer to resolve appeals and final solution to claims. Collaborate with the Director of Insurance Strategy in developing, implementing and maintain operational standards, providing guidance and direction relating to the performance of claims adjudication process. Train staff and administrators to support their adherence to existing and future changes relative to insurance guidelines.
The School of Professional Studies' Office of Events is seeking an individual to serve as an Administrative Aide II to assist with Schoolwide conferences and events which includes overseeing the inventory of conference supplies and coordinate delivery/pick-up. The final candidate will oversee management of speaker database and materials for conferences (photos, bios, release forms, speaker information forms). The position will also perform a wide range of clerical, secretarial and general office duties including those of a confidential nature. Prioritize office activities and delegate work to student and/or casual employees. May act as work leader to junior clerical support staff. Respond to inquiries displaying a comprehensive knowledge of the department's activities, policies and programs. Interact with the general public as NYU liaison and with University personnel including those at the senior level to resolve issues and problems. Customize and/or compose letters on own initiative or in response to requests for information. Perform general word processing duties utilizing intermediate to advanced-level functions. Modify and/or create databases and complex spreadsheets. Monitor complex department budgets and/or grants.
Hours for conference and events are early morning, evenings, and weekends.
NYU Stern 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. To support student engagement in our Undergraduate College, Stern is pleased to announce an exciting opportunity for an Associate Director, Student Engagement.
The Associate Director will work on a dynamic team to enhance existing Office of Student Engagement (OSE) programming in the areas of student life and professional development/leadership development. The Associate Director will work with student organizations to plan and execute a high volume of events and programs. S/he will manage event logistics and financial reimbursements. The Associate Director will also work with Student Council and Inter-club Council (ICC), to enhance students' professional development and leadership and ensure that clubs consider strategic engagement with outside firms and alumni. S/he will also create and implement new and customized student life community building initiatives, with a focus on inclusivity and diversity. S/he will organize and ensure management of these initiatives and support other student engagement events including Orientation and Graduation.
The NYU Tandon School of Engineering (TSoE) MakerSpace is seeking a MakerSpace Design Specialist to support and develop project-based learning opportunities. NYU-TSoE is planning to enhance the experiential learning component across all disciplines of engineering and the MakerSpace is expected to play a pivotal role in realizing these opportunities. This position will report to the Manager and assist in growth of design thinking and design process learning. They will develop new workshops, lead Design Lab programming, and work 11AM – 7PM in the MakerSpace. This position will also coordinate outreach events such as hackathons and work closely with the Manager to assess extracurricular learning and peer-led instruction in the space.
The MakerSpace Design Specialist will oversee and develop industry partnerships with tech and engineering companies around the region. This position will assist the Manager in investigating potential funding opportunities for student projects and materials and lead promotion of all Design Lab activities.
Responsibilities include development, supervision, and evaluation of:
• All elements of Design Lab programming
• Serve as design and prototyping mentor, generate resources and content for student
• Events including workshops, hackathons, student projects showcases
• Manage graduate student teaching assistants and promotion of Design Lab
The successful candidate will have experience in supervising students and working within an academic environment. They will have experience with design thinking and the design process, including ideation, prototyping, and user testing/evaluation. The position requires a highly motivated, energetic candidate with attention to detail.
About the NYU Tandon MakerSpace:
The NYU Tandon MakerSpace is a cutting edge lab created to foster collaborative design projects. The space is open to all NYU students, staff, and faculty. It features rapid prototyping and PCB production equipment, as well as advanced machining and testing capabilities. The MakerSpace was designed to support and encourage project-based learning at all levels and provides training and workshops on machine usage, prototyping skills, and design. Usage of the MakerSpace equipment has been integrated into the curriculum of several departments throughout the Tandon School of Engineering. It serves as a tech hub connecting NYU students to the broader NYC tech community, the NYU Future Labs, and local incubators and startups.
The space also supports the local community by hosting many courses and design projects from the Center for K12 STEM Education. The Design Lab serves as the MakerSpace programming arm. It provides NYU students with workshops and learning opportunities to ideate, experiment, prototype, and build their ideas. It cultivates collaboration, nurtures students' creative confidence and encourages collaboration and connects them with other parts of the NYU Innovation and Entrepreneurship ecosystem. The Design Lab at NYU Tandon MakerSpace fosters a community of creative technologists, critical thinkers, and social innovators. With the creation of the Design Lab @ NYU Tandon MakerSpace in Fall 2018, there has been a large growth of extracurricular learning, with over 30 workshops in the past semester.
The strategic marketing & communications team in NYU’s division of Enrollment Management combines the power of storytelling with empirical evidence to promote university values and processes to students and lead them through the student lifecycle: recruit, retain, graduate.
The Communications Manager, CRM plays a critical role in reconciling backend database processes with the customer experience. With responsibilities managing a robust Customer Relationship Management (CRM) platform (Slate), the position will develop and execute initiatives internally to ensure a seamless experience for prospective students from lead generation through enrollment, and beyond.
This role will manage extensive processes with key internal stakeholders and partners within Enrollment Management for email campaigns to ensure quality, accuracy, and to leverage advanced technical functionality. In addition, this holds key analytics and reporting responsibilities within the marketing team. Responsible for leading CRM training efforts for new and existing staff within Enrollment Management.
Manage operations and provide administrative support to the Office of the Vice Dean of Int’l Initiatives and Student Affairs to ensure smooth functioning of office. Serve as a liaison with various departments and administrative offices within the College and University and attend related meetings; communicate with internal and external contacts on behalf of the Vice Dean. Lead and participate in various special projects for Vice Dean as required. Act as primary contact for Vice Dean’s schedule and represent the Office as necessary in the Vice Dean’s absence; manage budgets, reimbursements and purchasing and ensure adherence to University financial policies and procedures; travel nationally and internationally as required for special projects.
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