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The College of Arts & Science is seeking a dedicated Academic Effectiveness Administrator. Under the general direction of the Associate Dean, CAS Academic Affairs, the Academic Effectiveness Administrator maintains and supports the cyclical improvement of the College’s curricular portfolio, which includes 70+ majors, minors, and programs offered across disciplines, modalities, and global locations. As part of the Academic Affairs assessment and analytics portfolio this role will support academic excellence and engagement, cyclical improvement, and equitable student success. Provide a high level of expertise to assist the College’s assessment efforts through data-driven planning, implementation, and evaluation of formal assessment processes required by accrediting bodies and identified by departments, as well as ongoing assessments that improve student learning outcomes and academic engagement within courses and programs. Contribute to curricular approval processes to ensure alignment at the course, program, unit, and institutional levels.
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.
Manage staff and initiatives of the Communications Office. Develop, plan, and administer internal and external comprehensive, communication tools, messages, and materials that meet the communication needs of SHC stakeholders, the health communication needs of NYU, and the strategy of the Communication Office. Manage the day-to-day operations of the office, ensuring efficiency and effectiveness and optimizing the use of available resources. Execute small and large-scale communications, informed by stakeholder needs, institutional needs and priorities and the goals of the Communications Office. Build functional, productive, and successful relationships with SHC stakeholders and key NYU stakeholders to address the needs of the SHC and the broader health communication needs at NYU, as informed by institutional policies and priorities. Participate in conversations about NYU’s campus health protocols and policies and collaborate on how to communicate protocols and requirements and ensure compliance as needed. Serve as the external point-person and liaison between the SHC and other NYU communications departments (e.g., Public Affairs). Represent the Communications Office at selected internal and external meetings with staff, students, faculty, alumni, and community leaders.
NYU's Global Services 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.
The Assistant Director (AD) of H-1B and Permanent Residency Operations will manage the operations for the H-1B and Permanent Residency visa categories at NYU. The AD will be the supervisor of the Graduate Student Employee and supervise their work. The AD will continually interpret immigration regulations and governmental guidance to develop procedures and policies. The AD will file immigrant and nonimmigrant employment petitions with the Department of Labor and Department of Homeland Security for the H-1B, E-3, O-1, TN and Permanent Residence immigration classifications; provide immigration and personal services/advice to foreign national faculty, researchers, scholars and their dependents; advise on a variety of topics including employment, travel, community resources. The AD will serve as the programming manager for International Faculty and Research Scholar Services. The AD will supervise records set up and maintenance; facilitate regular reporting and data management; train and collaborate with hiring units. The AD will manage and implement special projects, including projects to digitize and streamline processes within the office. The AD will handle and advise on complex cases, including cases escalated from colleagues, and intervene with consular, State Department, and immigration officials when necessary. The AD serves as Alternate Responsible Officer (ARO) for the J-1 program and University compliance officer in implementation of US Department of Homeland Security's Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) regulations for exchange visitor faculty, researchers and visiting scholars and their dependents. Train academic department administrators. Coordinate OGS cross-cultural programs.
This position will serve as an integral part of the Department of Teaching and Learning, working closely with other administrators in support of student teaching placements, communications, events, and advising. The incumbent will provide support for the Office of School and Community Partnerships (OSCP), including the placement of on-campus Teacher Education students in partner schools and community organizations, as well as the management of related data, systems, and processes. This position will be responsible for managing communications with students, faculty, mentor teachers, and site liaisons to identify and confirm placements, and support with any issues or concerns. The incumbent will serve as the lead for department communications and social media. The incumbent will also support the OSCP and academic advising teams with planning and executing students events, professional development workshops, admissions and yield events.
Provide four-handed chairside assistance to dental students. Instruct dental students and dental assistant students in techniques and utilization of four-handed dentistry and infection control. Perform tests; assist with preparing dental castings, dispensing medications and instructions, and performing minor dental and surgical procedures; ensure safe use, disposal, and storage of chemicals or hazardous materials. Maintain patient files and charts. Serve as clinic receptionist and clinic cashier. May assist with training and reviewing work of student employees.
Advise and counsel a significant cohort of students, serving as the primary advisor and a support and resource person throughout their undergraduate career. Conduct student advisement for a series of complex issues such as financial need, grades, attendance, plagiarism, leave of absence requests, AWOL status, readmission, etc. Audit degree progress reports of all advisees who are candidates for graduation. Coordinate departmental administrative processes as assigned. Audit degree progress reports of all advisees who are candidates for graduation. In coordination with the Student Services Director, sustain strategic relationships with school faculty, staff and university office to advocate for and resolve student issues.
Reporting to the Senior Administrative Manager, this position advises our continuing undergraduate MAE students (sophomore – senior standing) on a wide range of academic issues, assists with the planning and development of signature advising programs, and will make recommendations to the MAE administrative team and Department Chair as needed.
The School of Professional Studies (SPS) at New York University is seeking an Assistant Director who will plan and execute the EMSS Central communications and events to ensure strategic priorities are met. Design and implement NYU-SPS prospective and current student events in collaboration with the offices of Admissions, Student Affairs, and Wasserman Career Center to support student recruitment and retention. Utilizing internal data industry standards, and best practices, develop and execute internal communications for SPS academic units, as well as external communication campaigns. In partnership with the School’s central marketing and communications office, optimize EMSS websites, social media channels, newsletters, and other forms of communication to increase new student enrollment, event attendance, and student satisfaction and success. Supervise student employees.
Arts and Science is seeking a talented Senior Laboratory Technician to join the College Core Curriculum. This individual will serve as a technical resource in the lab on the use of specialized equipment. Provide technical assistance with laboratory experiments under guidance for a variety of undergraduate courses in the areas of physics, chemistry, biology, anthropology, and neuroscience. Prepare and set up laboratory experiments; test experiments; monitor laboratory operations and troubleshoot problems. Perform routine maintenance and basic repairs for a variety of scientific equipment.
Review all NYU Reprographic Services jobs to ensure that the finished goods are assembled and packaged correctly; ensure Logistics & Distribution adheres to delivery deadlines. Prepare digital files for print output using printing solution software to ensure proper format. Operate a variety of complex equipment; provide support and assistance to Production, Bindery, and Customer Service areas. Prioritize office activities, delegate to and monitor work of other team members. May act as team leader to junior clerical support staff. Respond to inquiries displaying a comprehensive knowledge of the department's policies, procedures, activities and jobs' status; resolve routine and non-routine problems; refer complex issues to supervisor.
NYU is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to a policy of equal treatment and opportunity in every aspect of its recruitment and hiring process without regard to age, alienage, caregiver status, childbirth, citizenship status, color, creed, disability, domestic violence victim status, ethnicity, familial status, gender and/or gender identity or expression, marital status, military status, national origin, parental status, partnership status, predisposing genetic characteristics, pregnancy, race, religion, reproductive health decision making, sex, sexual orientation, unemployment status, veteran status, or any other legally protected basis. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, persons of minority sexual orientation or gender identity, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply for vacant positions at all levels.