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Manage day-to-day activity of assigned clinics, ensuring patient records are completed, encounter forms are tracked for billing, and fees are collected; develop new office guidelines and procedures; ensure patient care is delivered in a timely and appropriate manner; collaborate with dental students and faculty to resolve patient problems; authorize special payment arrangements and approve discounts; supervise staff, and administer budgets.
The Division of Programs in Business in the School of Professional Studies is seeking an Academic Advisor to advise a minimum of 250 credit students on academic programs, policies and procedures (course selection, program/concentrations, internship process, withdrawal policy, leaves of absence, study abroad programs, summer studies). This individual will guide students in identifying career goals and aspirations, assist them in choosing courses and programs that link academic planning to career and professional objectives. Assist students in identifying problems and consequences and recommend action plans to students. Interpret University and School policies and procedures; recommend exceptions to policies. Approve routine drop/add and recommend approval of late registration, refunds, course withdrawal past deadline, high course load, and extension on make-up for incomplete grade contracts. Analyze current advisement practices and make recommendations to Associate Director to improve services and prevent problems.
Provides leadership and strategic oversight of the Office of Financial Aid for New York University for all campuses and student populations. Leads and supports Directors of Financial Aid, providing vision and defining institutional values relating to financial aid, integrating outcomes to enhance the student experience, including establishing pathways that simultaneously contribute to NYU’s successful retention and graduation goals while strengthening satisfaction. Ensures cross engagement of communication and services within Enrollment Management as well as other University areas, including NYU schools, Student Affairs, Finance, to ensure a holistic approach. Work includes developing and approving strategic process, policy, assessment and communications. Fosters and upholds a culture of group accountability and inclusion, and ensures progressive and comprehensive strategic planning. Comprehensively and holistically develops staff with Financial Aid Directors, offering supportive guidance and effective, accountable supervision, ensuring a high level of customer experience while adhering to compliance demand. Partners and provides support to the VP of Admissions, Financial Aid and Recruitment. Represents financial aid and Enrollment Management by meeting with counterparts in other NYU offices, and engaging in committee membership. Represents the University as the financial aid lead of NYU, both internally and externally, promoting vision, mission and subject matter expertise. The position must maintain close collaboration with other student services offices and schools of the University to successfully balance the customer service needs with University business goals. AVP’s work and guidance must also reflect a commitment to inclusion, diversity, belonging and equity.
The Director will assume overarching responsibility for the formulation and execution of strategic communications for the School and all of its component departments, programs, and affiliated centers and institutes, including electronic, print, media, web, and social media. In collaboration with senior leadership, they will conceptualize innovative marketing and advertising strategies to enhance the public visibility of the School, promote and deepen the impact of faculty research, enlist support for alumni engagement and fundraising programs, and advance comprehensive campaigns for driving institutional enrollment goals.
The Director’s scope will span external and internal focus areas, with the first centered on rethinking and redesigning the best way to capture and package NYU Silver's intellectual content. As such, the Director will lead the development and implementation of proactive, strategic media plans for School faculty, with the aim of effectively translating complex research into practical language that is accessible, applicable, and valuable to real-world leaders, policymakers, and non-profit organizations. In addition to identifying, establishing, and maintaining relationships with germane internal and external sources, they will conceive and write story ideas, as well as position and pitch them to appropriate press and media outlets.
Another major component of the exetrnal focus area, the Director will work closely with the School’s Admissions and Enrollment department, external advertising firms/consultants, and University marketing and admissions colleagues to develop plans that support recruitment efforts, as well as create and test messaging to determine what most effectively resonates in the many markets the School serves. This includes managerial oversight of any communications staff and/or consultants charged with directing producing marketing communications collateral, including prospect nurture messaging, and print publications, digital content, and video stories for prospective students, families, and other important stakeholders.
As the key point person for all strategic and crisis messaging to any and all School constituencies, the Director’s responsibility for internal communications will include determining optimal message architecture and positioning, developing crisis statements/actions for rapid response scenarios, drafting Dean and other Leadership statements, consulting on outreach to community members from other School administrative areas, and promoting cohesive community and cross-departmental communications. The Director will align the School's communications structure,strategy, and policy guidelines with that of the University, as well as secure centrally available resources and collaboration via NYU’s Public Affairs Office, Digicomm, and Design and Branding. They will also establish and monitor a school-wide content and platform strategy across digital channels (web site, mobile, online communities, video blogs) determining both the level and type of content and establishing “rules” for Silver departments and stakeholders on each platform. Administratively, they will manage the departmental budget and supervise a team of two communications professionals.
The Jonathan M. Tisch Center of Hospitality at the School of Professional Studies is seeking an Academic Advisor to advise students on academic programs, policies and procedures and provide career counseling. This individual will interpret University and school policies and recommend exceptions to policy, when appropriate.
University Development and Alumni Relations (UDAR) is dedicated to soliciting the private funding necessary to support the strategic goals of the University in teaching, learning, and research. The personnel of UDAR work university-wide as well as within individual schools and colleges of the University to discover, motivate, cultivate, solicit, and steward alumni, parents, faculty, and friends for immediate, long-range, and future financial support, through gifts and pledges to the University, for critical operations such as student aid, faculty support, academic and research program development, and facilities and infrastructure. UDAR's endeavors raise funds for immediate University use and also for the University's endowment.
The Business Intelligence Developer role is under UDAR's Strategic Planning and Analytics team. In this role the incumbent will:
• Participate in business analysis activities to gather required reporting and dashboard requirements
• Translate business requirements into specifications that will be used to implement the required reports and dashboards, created from potentially multiple data sources
• Implement a comprehensive management plan for each project and hold regular stakeholder meetings to keep all interested parties updated in project progress
• Collaborate with other specialists to convert legacy reports to SSRS or Tableau BI solutions as appropriate
• Transition developed reports and dashboards to respective teams and train on their use
• Provide support as required to ensure the availability and performance of developed reports and dashboards
• Complete ad-hoc user requests and constantly be on the lookout for ways to improve monitoring requests, discover issues and deliver better value to the customer
UDAR encourages work-life integration for our employees, therefore this position is eligible for a hybrid work arrangement.
The Graduate School of Arts and Science is seeking a dynamic Assistant Dean for Professional Development. The Assistant Dean will be responsible for the organization, development, coordination, implementation, and evaluation of professional development services for graduate students across all disciplines in Arts and Science. In addition, the Assistant Dean, in support of the Public Humanities PhD Initiative, will direct student-facing aspects of Public Humanities at NYU, and interface with Arts and Science departments as well as the public and private sector at large. The Assistant Dean provides strategic direction and leadership for PhD students’ professional development and will assemble a comprehensive program that creates professional development opportunities designed to help prepare for professional life beyond the graduate degree. The Assistant Dean will create and manage a framework for professional development initiatives and activities across the disciplines. In addition, the Assistant Dean will seek out and cultivate relationships with non-profit, governmental, and private sector organizations in support of the Public Humanities Initiative’s internship program, as well as manage all internship placements for public humanities PhD students. The Assistant Dean will also direct all co-curricular components of the Initiative, which include developing and managing skill building workshops for PhD students, and counsel public humanities doctoral students on post-degree career options. Additionally, the Assistant Dean will oversee all administrative support for the Public Humanities PhD Initiative as well as the broader GSAS professional development programming.
NYU is committed to providing a campus community that reflects and enacts the values of inclusion, diversity, belonging, and equity that inform academic excellence. Students live and attend class in the multifunctional academic center, which features student apartments and lounges, seminar rooms, offices, reading room, laundry facility, and an auditorium that serves as a venue for dynamic public programming. The Manager of Site Operations and Administration is expected to support, execute and promote this commitment in the day-to-day life of the program, by providing support and assistance in the site operations, facilities management and general administration of the NYU Washington, DC Constance Milstein and Family Global Academic Center. This includes building operations; custodial and security services; classroom management; technological support; vendor and strategic partnerships for housing, classroom, event space usage, management of site Covid-19 safety policies, and other services. A secondary focus of the position is to provide financial oversight. This includes preparing annual operating budgets; monitoring spending; reviewing and approving expenses; processing bills and invoices, and reconciling financial accounts. This position acts as a liaison with various offices in New York, primarily the finance staff in the Office of Global Programs
The Department of Economics at New York University is seeking a dedicated Administrative Aide I to perform a broad range of clerical, secretarial, and general office duties including those of a confidential nature. Respond to inquiries displaying a comprehensive knowledge of the undergraduate/graduate departmental offerings and policies. Update department web pages. Assist with the prioritization of office activities and delegate to and monitor work of student and/or casual employees. Compose letters and correspondence. Perform general word processing, spreadsheet and data entry duties utilizing intermediate-level functions. Monitor moderately complex budgets and/or grants.
Provide formality and structure to events and programming for the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music (CDI) cooperatively with CDI leadership. Motivate and create excitement for faculty, staff and student-led projects by including them into the annual event planning for CDI events and programs. Present ideas, assess feasibility and make recommendations to ensure the implementation of successful events and programs. Supervise events that promote the Institute and develop marketing strategies and campaigns to promote those events. Familiar with current music technology and music entrepreneurship and startup scenes. Establish and maintain CDI affiliations with outside cultural, academic, industry, community, and civic organizations and individuals.
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