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Take film based and digital intra-oral and extra oral radiographic imaging (e.g. cone beam computed tomography, and bitewing, periapical, occlusal and panoramic views in analog/film and digital/plate/sensor formats). Review radiographs within guidelines. Process and route film based and digital radiographic images. Greet, screen, and direct patients. Confirm patient is authorized for a radiographic examination. Maintain cleanliness of the work area and quality and safety standards; ensure proper recycling, disposal of infectious materials and adherence to infection control protocols and HIPAA compliance.
Sterilize dental instruments including instrument cassettes, bur blocks, endo file boxes, and handpieces. Track dental instruments through all phases of the cleaning and sterilization process by utlilizing scanning technology. Perform routine maintenance on a variety of dental equipment. Operate disinfection and sterilization equipment. Troubleshoot error messages, perform preventative maintenance to ensure optimal operation of equipment. Maintain files and records and provide support to clinic office staff.
Serve as point person supporting the Undergraduate Drama department’s IT infrastructure, including Mac and Windows desktops, endpoints, learning spaces, and servers. Administer and support applications and databases. Provide tier-3 support for endpoints, servers, systems, and applications. Provide technical leadership for new systems, processes, and applications. Develop and support maintenance and security strategy to ensure smooth, uninterrupted operation and security of data; establish and implement backup, remote and cloud access procedures. Develop and provide technology training for staff and faculty. Research emerging technologies and make recommendations. Partner with University departments, schools to develop and implement university-wide technologies. Partner with consultants, vendors, and IT departments to resolve technical, operational and security needs.
Reporting to the Assistant Director of Undergraduate Programs, the Program Administrator will oversee the operation of the Center for Data Science's undergraduate programs. The Program Administrator will be providing academic advising to data science undergraduate majors and minors as well as prospective majors, be responsible for overseeing the undergraduate community-building activities and organizations, and be actively engaged in planning and executing undergraduate career and professional development programs. In addition, the Program Administrator will support the Assistant Director with undergraduate program course scheduling, course registration, and graduation clearances. The Program Administrator will also be expected to interpret university policies and procedures, implement and monitor departmental compliance with those policies and procedures, and initiate programs and services in response to CDS and student needs. In conjunction with the Assistant Director of Undergraduate Programs, the Program Administrator will maintain undergraduate webpages, undergraduate program records and data, and undergraduate academic and student affairs communications.
Under the direction of the Managing Director, and in collaboration with the MakerSpace Manager and Design Lab Manager, this position is responsible for the daily operations of the MakerSpace Lab and Experiential Learning Center. Manage and supervise the MakerSpace machine and training reservation system, the NYU Prototyping Fund logistics, and create new experiential learning programs. Oversee student hiring process and onboarding. Develop and implement operational policies and best practices for student professional development funding and new portfolio and badging systems.
NYU's Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for an Associate Director, Special Events in the Office of Special Events. The Associate Director will plan, develop, and manage all aspects of special events that meet strategic goals of the School. This individual will act as liaison between the Special Events Department and other Stern Departments, Centers, and Program Areas. They will conceptualize themes, research requests, assess feasibility, make recommendations, and implement events. They will also evaluate success of events and share that knowledge with other members of the team.
Manage and oversee sponsored research for the department of Epidemiology Health Promotion. Assist Principal Investigators in preparing grant proposals, to include providing guidance and assistance in budget preparation and interpretation of funding agency regulations and requirements; review proposals for compliance with policies, regulations, procedures, and facilitates documentation requirements. Prepare and develop grant-funded project budgets. As subject matter expert, respond to all grant budget inquiries from within the University and federal and non-federal sponsors.
Reporting directly to the Senior Director of Academic Appointments and to the Vice Provost of Educational Technology, the Senior Reporting Analyst will define, create, and implement standards of reporting on faculty data that meet operational, tactical, and strategic needs of the Provost’s Office. Utilize knowledge of NYU’s mission and business processes to create dashboards and reports with faculty data sourced from PeopleSync, Interfolio, Explorance Blue, and other faculty systems to support multiple stakeholders with decision making. Manage ad hoc reporting requests for multiple constituencies and deliver high quality products that enhance decision making processes. Conduct research projects, create reports, and present results and recommendations for improving data definitions, usage, integrity, and accuracy. Provide timely, courteous, and effective customer service and business support and develop communications to facilitate business solutions to complete system, reporting, and analytical data needs from initial inquiry through final resolution.
In support of the University President and the Chief of Staff to the President, the Senior Project Lead will develop presidential briefings and presentations. The incumbent will assist in the strategic project management of key initiatives and deliverables managed by the Office of the President. The Project Lead will join high-level meetings and will be responsible for documenting next steps and ensuring follow-up. The Senior Project Lead will research and analyze key topics and areas of strategic interest, build project and program plans, manage related budget and human resource plans, and ensure the effective service delivery of reports, agendas, dashboards, or other deliverables in support of this work. The incumbent will design materials for dissemination, as well as prepare correspondence and other communication materials. The incumbent will also manage the Presidential Internship Program, which provides a two-year enrichment experience for promising NYU juniors and seniors through career development and mentorship experiences, structured program content, and real world experiences.
The College of Arts & Science is seeking a dedicated Academic Advisor, Senior and Graduation Support to join their College Advising Team, specifically the Senior Support Team. Reporting to the Director of Advising, this position is charged with providing support to students in their final year who are preparing to graduate, leveraging data for the purposes of partnering with institutional stakeholders to facilitate timely graduation, and assisting with the planning and development of programs and initiatives designed around supporting the senior year experience.
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