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Maintain inventory of dental implant surgical instruments and implant materials and distribute materials to providers in clinical areas that perform implantology. Ensure that surgical kits are complete and in good condition, replace missing parts. Contact implant system vendors to conduct on-site review of surgical kits and armamentarium. Process laboratory cases. Serve as liaison with external lab services to ensure that lab work is processed on a timely basis. Verify payment has been made for each planned surgical procedure prior to release of equipment and materials. Prepare equipment and materials (implants, bone and membrane grafts) for planned surgical procedures. Dispense implant supplies and materials, instruments, disposable materials, and equipment. Maintain implant inventory and order implant materials. Receive orders, check in items, identify discrepancies between supplies ordered versus received. Stock shelves and set up and maintain supply counters, instruments, and procedure trays. Assist with maintenance of physical condition of clinic. Clean dental equipment.
Dispense supplies, instruments, disposable materials, and equipment. Maintain inventory and order supplies. Receive orders, check in items, identify discrepancies between supplies ordered versus received. Stock shelves and set up and maintain supply counters, instruments, and procedure trays. Assist with maintenance of physical condition of clinic. Clean dental equipment.
Manage State and City government relations by coordinating university interactions with elected officials and government agencies. Work with university senior leadership and schools to develop advocacy priorities. Communicate priorities to state and city elected officials and government agencies. Communicate how state/city policies may impact institution, students and faculty. Coordinate the development of university funding priorities and application process, ensure that proper documentation and contracts are filed with relevant government agencies/offices. Oversee and manage student and faculty advocacy days at the state and city level. Work closely with university community affairs staff in Manhattan and Brooklyn to show how university programming, research, and partnerships provide economic and community benefits to state/city. Includes managing outside consultants and establishing leadership roles in member policy associations and advocacy organizations. Seek opportunities for NYU faculty to serve as a resource to government, including serving on government commissions/working groups and testify before legislative committees.
Arts & Science is seeking a talented Digital Communications Specialist to join the Center on International Cooperation (CIC). This individual will enhance Center on International Cooperation’s (CIC) social media platforms, digital communication, and research data presentation. Maintain, monitor, and analyze CIC’s research programs’ websites, social media channels, and email marketing, including analytics, to inform digital strategies. Develop, produce and design interactive, visual communications, and digital products; and support communication efforts for events, special projects, and initiatives. Collaborate with communications team, program directors, and researchers supporting CIC’s communication strategy, while aligning CIC research goals and objectives.
Provide leadership and direction around strategic planning, project management, financial planning, and global and school-wide program development activities. Develop, evaluate, and structure new credit and non-credit academic opportunities for the NYU School of Professional Studies, including continuing and executive education, based on internal and external stakeholders’ priorities and domestic and international student and industry learning needs. Develop strategic partnerships with industry and educational institutions, resulting in new revenue generation. Establish metrics, monitor initiatives, and ensure learning goals are fulfilled for new opportunities.
The Office of Student Services for the NYU Gallatin School of Individualized Study is looking for a Student Services Administrator to manage the business operations for the Office of Student Services to ensure effective and efficient delivery of registration and grading services to Gallatin students, faculty and staff ensuring that departmental and School objectives are accomplished. Develop and enhance School's internal registration policies and procedures to ensure optimal service and integrity of student data. Develop School’s academic calendar; propose deadlines for internal registration practices. Direct student service office-related communications to students and faculty regarding imperative registration and academic policies, procedures and deadlines. Develop and identify solutions to resolve complex registration issues and authorize exceptions. Oversee School’s registration and grading processes in SIS/PeopleSoft; generate and analyze reports; oversee management of student records and databases.
SHIFT: Sunday - Thursday 3:00PM - 11:30PM (Shift starts Sunday at 3:00PM)
Primarily responsible for hands-on maintenance of HVAC systems and related auxiliary equipment.
The Assistant Director for Media Preservation administers the Libraries' motion picture film, video, and sound recording preservation program. They implement preservation strategies, develop procedures and policies for the long-term care of moving images and sound materials, and initiate and coordinate grant-funded media preservation projects. They collaborate with NYU Division of Libraries staff in the following departments: Special Collections, Archival Collections Management, Digital Library Technology Services, Avery Fisher Center for Music and Media, and NYU-TV & the Television Center. They hire, train, and supervise full-time and part-time staff to support these activities. *This position is fully onsite with some flexibility*
NYU's Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity available for an Assistant Director of Academic Planning. The Assistant Director will manage academic planning for Stern’s Graduate, Undergraduate, and Doctoral programs. The selected candidate will manage and liaise with departments on scheduling of cross-listed courses, joint degrees, Master’s degree programs, travel courses, experiential courses, MBA winter and undergraduate J-term intensive courses, and others. They will schedule annual Coaching for Impact sessions and other programs as needed, build strong relationships with department chairs and administrative offices to resolve problems, and liaise with University stakeholders in the School of Law, Tisch, School of Medicine, Steinhardt, Tandon, and the NYU Registrar’s Office to coordinate programing for cross-listed courses, special attributes to the catalog, and the creation of undergraduate courses and components. The Assistant Director will compose detailed academic calendars for each academic program, follow up with Stern departments regarding new courses, staffing assignments, and course details and make independent judgements about priorities and protocols, and serve as a knowledge expert for these courses and programs, and advise more junior staff. The selected candidate will make innovative recommendations to develop and improve scheduling for all programs, develop and oversee specialized departmental databases, data-based projects, online documents, and website pages, and partner with IT to recommend system enhancements and to resolve technical issues.
The Director, Category Management is responsible for providing strategic category management leadership for NYU. Initiate procurement best practices to leverage the University's $1B+ in annual spend to provide long-term value to NYU. Partner with key stakeholders in schools and units in the execution of category strategy, providing expert advice to key stakeholders on all aspects of procurement and the procurement category, to encourage innovative practices and support the delivery of business and policy directions. Leads multiple category teams comprised of Category Managers, Leads, and Category/Contract Analysts. Responsible for identifying, developing, and executing category strategies and achieving category savings targets that will support the organizational vision and strategic direction in the building of a ‘best in class’ procurement function. Develop and train their team on best-in-class sourcing, category management, and contracting methodologies, while acting as the primary interface with key stakeholders on all sourcing matters including understanding of strategic imperatives and operating plans, jointly setting procurement priorities and savings initiatives, and ensuring procurement is maximum savings.
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