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The Senior Data Analyst is responsiblefor enhancing and maintaining the department’s data analytics program, identifying and analyzing trends in complex data sets, performing ongoing monitoring of key financial transactions and supporting the audit team by incorporating data analytics into business process reviews. The candidate must possess strong communication and analytical skills, adapt to changing environments, be self-motivated, be detail oriented, understand accounting and business processes and be a team player.
The Center for Applied Liberal Arts is seeking an administrator to develop noncredit programs including curriculum and course development, determination of course offerings, student advisement, adjunct faculty hiring, evaluation and promotion. Responsibilities also include: assist with the administration of graduate degree programs. Market programs to professional associations and prospective students. Establish industry/professional relationships beneficial to the department. Participate in strategic planning initiatives. Supervise staff.
Reporting to the Assistant Vice President for Government Affairs, this position partners with the Senior Vice Provost for Research and Director of Sponsored Programs in advancing the university’s research capabilities and promoting research accomplishments. Primary goals of the position are to 1) Identify the advancement of both large university-wide and faculty-specific research funding opportunities, 2) Build and strengthen relationships and strategic partnerships with key individuals at the research funding agencies, science policy organizations and the U.S. Congress, and 3) Increase internal and external awareness of research successes at NYU to show investments in research lead to economic growth, increased health outcomes and a more educated citizenry. The position will interact internally with NYU research administrators, government affairs, public affairs and representatives of different schools throughout the university.
The NYU Tandon School fo Engineering is seeking an Executive Assistant to support Faculty member and Researchers with the daily operations of the office. This position works extensively to assist with the preparation and submission of scientific papers, and editing of presentations for lectures throughout the year. Position is also tasked with day to day operational responsibilities including managing and scheduling extensive appointments and meeting calendars with researchers, booking local, domestic and international travel and hotels, coordinating budget matters with the grants management team, handling equipment purchases, and reimbursements. Position frequently, and independently interfaces with high-level internal and external contacts requiring considerable discretion, initiative and confidentiality.
NYU is committed to building a culture that respects and embraces diversity, inclusion, and equity, believing that these values – in all their facets – are, as President Andrew Hamilton said, “…not only important to cherish for their own sake, but because they are also vital for advancing knowledge, sparking innovation, and creating sustainable communities. They should be indispensable elements of an NYU education on all of our campuses. A diverse population encounters and appreciates all perspectives of an issue with a wealth of different approaches to confront it. The result is a higher quality of debate, and a more excellent and advanced academic enterprise.”
This role is a key member of the Office of Global Inclusion and is responsible for the coordination of all functions and activities of these offices. The candidate will provide direction for the SVP's strategic planning initiatives, all scheduling, the office's budget and financial planning, and special projects as assigned. The incumbent will manage and advise the SVP and office staff on day-to-day operations ensuring efficiency and effectiveness and optimizing use of available resources. The role calls for interaction and coordination with the heads of the division and monitors linkages with the President’s Office and other senior administrative officers to ensure responsiveness. Oversight for all ongoing projects supporting the SVP's agenda to ensure that all are effectively moving according to planned objectives and established milestones and measurement criteria.
Provide telephone hotline support to students and others with health (mental and physical) issues that affect their academic and general well-being. In collaboration with other Wellness Exchange support services, provide referrals to University specialists or external health-care providers and monitor resource connections to ensure academic and health progress. Develop and maintain community referral base. Track data and reports to support clinical outcomes and service needs. Perform active outreach and follow-up for students of concern. Assist service in student transports to hospital.
The Assistant Director, Technical Systems provides the day-to-day support for the implementation, integration, and ongoing system administration of a diverse technology infrastructure that supports both operations in Campus Services and Public Safety. This diverse technology includes physical security technology (access control, alarm systems, intrusion systems, security cameras), badging technology, one card technology, ticketing system, event management systems, radio and other communications systems, emergency notification, dispatch system, and records management systems. The incumbent will manage planning and day-to-day systems administration of technology systems in use by Campus Services and Public Safety, and will resolve issues directly or through facilitation and engagement of University partners and third parties as appropriate. Partnering with the departmental units, the position manages system-and data-related projects and identifies and implements relevant and new technologies and monitor and optimize system performance. The Assistant Director, Technical Systems administers enterprise systems broadly across Campus Services and Security including coordinating system-level and maintenance programming and arranging for upgrades. Supports deterrence, detection, response, and investigation of policy and criminal violations at the University and enables the department’s response to a variety of information security incidents, including unauthorized access, and potential breaches. He/She also coordinates the installation and operation, programming, testing, and acceptance of enterprise systems, including, but not limited to, credentialing system, video, access control and alarm monitoring systems in conjunction with project planning efforts.
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.
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 and/or casual employees.
Manage the operations of NYU's internal and global wireless network, including the design, implementation and maintenance of hardware and software that supports Wireless network. Develop project initiatives to sustain network stability and future growth for the NYU campus and NYU global sites.
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