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The Product Owner, ServiceNow serves as NYU IT's liaison for onboarding NYU’s Service Management Tool (ServiceLink). This role is responsible for managing the performance of services to clients as agreed to in service level agreements (SLA's). This means ensuring that the service level is achieved and that client expectations are met or exceeded. This also includes project definition, planning, resource management, execution, implementation and communication. The Product owner is also responsible for coordinating the efforts of NYU IT team members, third-party contractors and partners to deliver IT Services in support of business goals and objectives.
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New York University is one of the nations' leading academic research institutions. It spans a history of excellence of over 175 years in teaching and scientific research. NYU is a category I Research University and one of only 60 institutions of higher education admitted to membership in the Association of American Universities. Position will be a staff veterinarian for the Washington Square and Tandon campuses; Responsibilities to include assisting the Attending Veterinarian/Director and working with other veterinary staff in providing support by carrying out and overseeing prevention, detection and treatment programs to maintain research animal health, well-being, environmental enrichment, and use in IACUC approved research. The position will be responsible to assist in supervision of veterinary technical staff and provide guidance in the planning and oversight of approved experimental and clinical surgery and procedures. These responsibilities would include appropriate use of anesthetics, analgesics, paralytics, antibiotics, and other supportive drugs and technical procedures in the pre-op, peri-op, and post-op periods. Responsibilities also include guidance and assistance to OVR and investigator staff in the appropriate methods of humane care and use of research animals when appropriate, assist in oversight of training and educational programs for animal care and research staff; and provide research support and consultation for investigators. The position will also support functions of the IACUC by assisting in protocol reviews, inspections, and investigator support, and assist to ensure compliance with all relevant regulations, guidelines, and accreditation standards related to the care and use of research animals.
Reporting to the Vice President, the Senior Director, Building/Life Safety and Compliance serves as the Capital Projects & Facilities division's chief safety and compliance officer for code compliance, environmental health and safety, and fire safety. The Senior Director will represent the University as appropriate to federal, state and local regulatory agencies (i.e., federal Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA), New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), New York City Department of Buildings (DoB), etc.) and serving as a consultative resource and strategic thought partner to leadership and senior management clients. Implement programs to respond to and address violations. Implement processes and procedures to reduce violations and associated financial penalties. - Authorization and oversight of certifications of documents (owner’s statements, etc) as the responsible NYU administrator for city, state, and federal forms, certifications, and eFile systems (e.g., ARTS). Provide annual reports including detailed metrics related to important compliance and safety programs (e.g., violations addressed, temporary certificates of occupancy (TCO) inventory, certificates of occupancy (CO) inventory, reported injuries and near misses, etc.) The Senior Director will also liaise closely and partner as appropriate with the Vice Provost for Research’s designee for lab safety and with the NYU Department of Public Safety. Key responsibilities include the following: - Provide strategic direction to Capital Projects & Facilities' Office of Building/Life Safety and Compliance. Determine all office wide performance and measurement standards, deployment of human and physical resources, and development and evaluation of policies and procedures regarding related safety and compliance considerations for the NYU community. - Collaborate with regulatory agencies, local authorities having jurisdiction, and NYU stakeholders in support of the University mission and related safety and compliance considerations. - Direct the development of training programs, resources and organizational talent. - Execute a strategic, innovative and client focused safety and compliance program that will provide solution oriented, customer-focused services.
This is a grant funded position that will work 10 months per year during the project's duration. The nurse will treat elementary school-age children following NYU College of Dentistry health care practices and standards. This includes providing oral hygiene instruction, oral examination, fluoride varnish, and silver diamine fluoride with a dental assistant. All examination and care are recorded in electronic health record.
NYU's Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity available for an Assistant Director, Student Records & Enrollment Services. The selected candidate will manage graduation evaluation process for over 1400 Stern graduate degree and certificate recipients each year and communicate decisions to students regarding graduation eligibility. The Assistant Director will determine Veteran Administration (VA) Benefits for all programs within Graduate Stern and manage reporting needs and statistical analysis regarding student records and ensure data integrity between systems. The Assistant Director will partner with other Stern departments in managing programs and provide insight on best practices and recommendations on data uniformity and restrictions. The Assistant Director will also act as administrative liaison with other schools and University Offices, interpret and apply University and Stern policies, and act on the behalf of the Director in their absence.
The Director of Evaluation and Strategy guides the Undergraduate Admissions counseling team in the evaluation and selection process. The primary responsibility of the position is to help design and execute an operational plan created under the leadership of the Senior Director and Assistant Vice President of Undergraduate Admissions to evaluate and select first-year and transfer applications to the 10 undergraduate schools and colleges in New York (over 100,000 applications for 2020-2021) in support of Enrollment Management Goals. The incumbent will be expected to: Make recommendations to the Senior Director and Assistant Vice President of Undergraduate Admissions to modify application review strategies and admissions policies and procedures based on data analysis. Liaise with internal middle management and school liaisons to assess and recommend more efficient processes for evaluation and selection. Collaborate with other enrollment management leadership, including the SVP for Enrollment Management and Enrollment Management Strategy team on admissions decisions and predictive modeling for all 10 undergraduate schools, colleges and programs in New York. Provide day to day leadership and oversight of decision making and relationship building related to professional and artistic schools and programs. This requires supervising a total team of 8-12 staff including two associate directors as direct reports. Coordinate with internal Operations, Marketing and Communications, and Counseling divisions of the Undergraduate Admissions Office to update and maintain Slate in support of the evaluation & selection process as well as general data collection and analysis. Provide oversight and support to the management of undergraduate admissions with respect to the use of evaluation and recruitment data and analysis.
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, NYU Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for an Associate Director, Endless Frontier Labs.
The selected candidate will lead the Endless Frontier Labs operations including venture recruiting, venture evaluation/selection, venture management, securing follow on investment, communications, and resource mobilization. With the Director, the Associate Director will strategically develop, implement, and evaluate Endless Frontier Labs and its programs with emphasis on building external business relationships and internal partnerships to ensure programs' success. In collaboration with the Director and colleagues, the Associate Director will execute core programmatic operations for Endless Frontier Labs and identify and cultivate relationships with centers of innovation in US Universities and top foreign universities, venture capital funds, incubators & accelerators, and tech associations to build a strong pipeline of Endless Frontier Labs applicants. The Associate Director will lead initiatives to support the growth and continuous improvement of the Endless Frontier Labs program and expand business development opportunities related to corporate partnerships. The Associate Director will serve as a primary liaison for Endless Frontier Labs (mentors, entrepreneurs, investors, MBA students, corporate sponsors, etc.) and support curriculum development and student programming.
Provide clinical assessment, short-term psychotherapy, group therapy, and crisis intervention to student population; oversee psychology residents and externs.
Direct planning and management of administrative services for the Department of Planning and Construction. Assist the Assistant Vice President with development of organizational changes, policies, procedures, and guidelines in support of programs and services. Develop and oversee implementation of capital construction policies, procedures and project templates. Direct development and implementation of a comprehensive project management system for the department and individual project managers. Determine and enforce standard procedures for evaluation of proposals, bids, and contractor performance. Consult with senior University officials and outside consultants on interpretation and compliance with government regulations, policies and procedures.
We currently have an exciting opportunity for an Administrative Aide in the Executive Programs department. The selected candidate will coordinate department programs and logistics and provide customer service and support to students, administrators, and faculty. The incumbent will be responsible for calendar management; scheduling, travel and event coordination for each of the groups; drafting correspondence; tracking budgets; updating web pages; processing reimbursements and special projects as needed.
Forbes has named NYU one of the best employers for diversity in 2020, ranking eighth among U.S. universities. DiversityJobs.com has named NYU a top employer for 2020 for dedication and commitment to building a diverse workforce and culture. The Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption has named NYU an Adoption-Friendly Workplace in the U.S. for 2019.
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