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Performs supervisory, advanced technical and administrative supervision for Cogeneration Plant Maintenance & Operations shops. Provides support as directed to the Sr, Manager & Maintenance Manager. Directs and schedules the preventative maintenance and repair of Plant equipment. Assists Plant Management in the design, planning, installation, and commissioning of planned Plant Expansion.
Lead, train, and assist building service staff in inspecting, operating, maintaining and repairing building systems and equipment to perform safely and efficiently; respond to and complete client work requests; delegate tasks and work assignments to staff; ensure compliance with guidelines and work rules; perform preventive maintenance duties and routines, and provide other building-related services as required. Assist in collecting data, implementing tasks and maintaining data for a work order system.
Endless Frontier Labs, founded at New York University, Stern School of Business, guides scientific and technical founders through a performance-driven mentoring process. Participating startups receive access to mentorship, venture capital, and business development over the nine-month program. To support these efforts, we have an exciting opportunity for an Associate Director, Operations, Endless Frontier Labs.
The selected candidate will lead the Endless Frontier Labs (EFL) operations including program development, operational strategy, technology and project management, events planning, process refinement, and overall administrative management. In conjunction with Director, the Associate Director will develop, implement, and evaluate Endless Frontier Labs and its programs with particular emphasis on building internal efficiency, long-term sustainability, and strategic partnership enhancement. The Associate Director will implement and expand a project management system, manage the day-to-day operations, lead initiatives to support the growth and continuous improvement of the Endless Frontier Labs program. The Associate Director will manage all major communications cycles for core EFL constituents (mentors, participating startup founders, startup alumni, partners.), centralize and standardize all tentpole communications to maximize efficiency and ensure high-quality messaging. The Associate Director will also manage budgets and a team focusing on events management and execution of the program.
Manage the design and construction of capital improvements and major infrastructure projects for New York University's Planning and Construction Division to ensure projects are delivered in accordance with approved budgets, schedules and quality standards. Manage consultants, contractors and other vendors to optimize financial results and quality performance. Maintain highest standards of ethics and integrity.
Shift: Friday - Tuesday 2:30PM - 11:00PM
Primarily responsible for hands-on maintenance of HVAC systems and related auxiliary equipment.
Administer operations of both the pre and post doctoral periodontal component of the Department of Periodontics and Implant Dentistry including: Grant Writing and developing research related activities; Respond to inquiries about the program; Manage student registration; Scheduling, initiatives and evaluations. Serve as liaison with a variety of administrative offices to facilitate arrangements of meetings and appointments and classes. Assist the Chair, Program Directors (PG Periodontics, Predoc Periodontics and Implants) with the overall clinical and regulatory coordination and administration of grant associated activities. Assist in protocol development, project planning, and ensure that pre-established work scope, study protocol, and regulatory requirements are followed. Supervise grant activities and serves as principal supervisor liaison between the Chair/Operations Director and personnel. Submit IRB first submissions; oversee and maintain IRB documents and IRB databases; develop and maintain record keeping systems and procedures; tracks IRB continuations, approvals and closure for all studies at the center. Implement quality control process for Clinical trials; works with departmental QA/QC staff supervising audits of research documents; ensures integrity of research study data and that source documents are maintained; ensures accuracy of research results. Prepare standard operation procedures (SOPs) to ensure compliance with Good Clinical Practices (GCP) clinic operations; oversee industry-sponsored site visits, audits and monitoring from various agencies (EPA, OSHA, and NYS Board of Health, IRB, FDA).
This position will provide logistical and project managerial support for the Office of Student Affairs’ major events (JD Orientation, Fall Ball, Spring Fling, Deans’ Cup, Barrister's Ball and Convocation). The position will provide the same support for journal and Moot Court events as well as project management and event planning for 4-6 symposia programs, coordinating with students, faculty, and administrators. This position will also provide counseling to students, particularly the J.D. population, on a variety of personal and academic concerns and connect to them to appropriate resources within the University.
Direct maintenance activities and operations for a large and complex grouping of academic properties including the management of physical plant operations and the management and maintenance of complex building systems equipment. Promote and foster the working relationships between Central facilities staff and academic facilities staff ensuring uniform standards of operations, maintenance and security. Direct and coordinate services provide by contract suppliers.
The Center for Academic Excellence and Support in the School of Professional Studies seeks an individual to serve as a Technology Lead. The Technology Lead (TL) has primary ownership of the Nexus technology infrastructure and is responsible for the implementation, management, and/or development of internal Nexus tools, applications, and systems to support learning and teaching at the New York University School of Professional Studies (SPS). The TL engages in work to enhance the NYU SPS Learning Ecosystem across the following areas: Learner-Centric Course Architecture; Goal-Driven Technology Adoption; Incubation of Faculty Labs and Initiatives; Learning Data and Research; and Design Sessions and Solutions Events for Internal and External Clients. As the lead technologist and head engineer, the TL supervises a team of developers to maintain and optimize the Nexus technology infrastructure that supports daily operations, ongoing service commitments, and new learning/teaching initiatives. The TL also serves as the primary liaison with NYU Central Information Technology and the SPS Office of Information and Technology (OIT) on instructional technologies. In this role, the TL leverages technology to create community adoption plans and patron support models to guide educationally-grounded utilization of official NYU-supported software. As the creative technologist in-chief, the TL also identifies and evaluates emerging technologies, conducts cost-benefit analyses, determines potential return on investment, and works with Nexus colleagues to architect, launch, and manage technologies to advance learning and teaching innovations. The TL works closely with the Director of Research and Development (DRD), the Director of Operations and Learning (DOL), and the Learning Experience Lead to use research-informed approaches to continuously enhance the Nexus technology infrastructure. The TL is an effective collaborator who applies best practices in product development to deliver inclusive, accessible, scalable technology-based solutions for the community.
The Center for Academic Excellence and Support in the School of Professional Studies seeks an individual to serve as the Director of Research and Development (DRD). This role has primary ownership of the Nexus project portfolio and the day-to-day planning and implementation of new resources, tools, and systems to advance the NYU Learning Ecosystem. The DRD engages in work to enhance the NYU SPS Learning Ecosystem across the following areas: Learner-Centric Course Architecture; Goal-Driven Technology Adoption; Incubation of Faculty Labs and Initiatives; Learning Data and Research; and Design Sessions and Solutions Events for Internal and External Clients. The DRD works with the Executive Director and the Director of Operations and Learning to evaluate the Nexus service model and drive continuous improvement using technology and research on learning and teaching. The DRD supervises and works with the Technology Lead and the Creative Production Lead to ensure the Nexus resource ecosystem is meeting current and emerging needs of the SPS community. The DRD plays a lead role in using data and interdisciplinary research methods to plan, deliver, and enhance Nexus resources, tools, and experiences to facilitate community learning. The DRD is also responsible for actively contributing to a high performance team-focused culture through modeling and mentorship. Additionally, the DRD is focused on creating, implementing, and revising organizational practices, systems, policies to maximize agility, effectiveness, efficiency, experimentation, innovation, and staff growth.
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