Maintain and review student accounts records: prepare journal entries that affect tuition/fees; research and determine adjustments including temporary clearances and interest calculations. Authorize registration and transcript overrides to student accounts; transmit student account information to other University offices. Reconcile charges and payments; recommend deferments, temporary clearances, and interest and finance charge waivers for students in arrears. Serve as primary source of information to students on policies, procedures, tuition accounts, methods of payment, payment plans, and provide general and more specialized information. Respond to complex customer service inquires displaying a comprehensive knowledge of departmental and University policies and procedures. Interact with the general public as NYU liaison and with University personnel to resolve issues and problems. Prepare a variety of reports; compile statistics and summarize data. Assist with registration. Provide support services to other Washington Square Bursar's Office areas.
Financial Operations & Treasurer (WS1220)
Finance/Real Estate/Procurement/Grant Management
Local 3882 - Union of Clerical, Administrative and Technical Staff (UCATS)
Manage and participate with project activities related to the evaluation, selection, implementation, specification and development of business process applications. Manage system development efforts. Supervise staff; track and monitor completion of assigned tasks. Prepare progress reports and update management and users regarding status. Oversee system testing. Manage business process applications activities with technical groups and user areas. Oversee identification and analysis of data integrity and performance problems. Recommend solutions to improve data integrity and performance. Ensure on-going applications support.
Provide clinical assessment, short-term psychotherapy, group therapy, and crisis intervention to student population; oversee psychology residents and externs.
Our AAAHC accredited organization serves the Washington Square and Brooklyn locations and acts as a hub for health and wellness activities around the globe for students attending NYU at one of our many study away sites. With over 200 employees dedicated to providing high-quality, student-centered healthcare, NYU has been a leader in nationally recognized continuous quality improvement efforts and for providing fully integrated healthcare to our students.
The Financial Analyst I position is an entry-level role within the Budget Office, which may include the preparation of annual budgets and financial plans, financial performance evaluations and reporting, transactional support, and the development and maintenance of budget and financial planning systems, models and key processes.
Determine best technical solutions and support to satisfy NYU IT's functional and business requirements. Define requirements for installing and improving related systems and determine appropriate timing for implementation of system modifications or upgrades. Document systems design, create specification, flow charts, and other related diagrams based on user or system design specifications. Analyze data and desired end results to develop testing and conversion plans.
The selected candidate will cultivate and solicit primarily major gifts ($100,000+) from alumni and friends of NYU School of Law to support priority programs and initiatives. S/he will liaise with the Dean and administrative leaders to strategically align school and program needs with interests and resources of donors. S/he will also identify and prioritize a portfolio of prospects and develop appropriate strategies to secure gifts; and collaborate with alumni and annual giving teams to develop programs that engage and motivate major gift donors.
Guide the admissions counseling team in the design and execution of admissions reading processing in support of enrollment management goals. Manage the execution of operational plan for the undergraduate admissions data analysis process. Provide oversight to the management of evaluation and selection data analysis and reporting. Supervise two associate directors, who oversee admission to all professional and artistic schools and colleges on the New York campus.
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. Respond to inquiries displaying a comprehensive knowledge of the department's policies and procedures. Interact with the general public as NYU liaison and with University personnel including those at the senior level to resolve issues and problems. Prepare legal papers and forms relating to various legal matters. Assemble final papers for filing in court, and set up new files; handle details of executing affidavits of service/stipulations and follow-up procedures for adjournments and extensions of time. Customize and/or compose letters 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.
Manage sponsored research grants, contracts, gift and faculty 'start-up' funds. Advise Principal Investigators on grant funds management and budget planning, new funding opportunities, and status of accounts. Interpret funding agency and University guidelines and terms of grant contracts. Monitor appropriate spending, analyze and revise budgets, and develop financial reports for sponsoring agents to ensure compliance with required grant reporting.
Sponsored Projects (Staff)
Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences (CIMS) (CM1017)
Manage all aspects of a project, from start to finish, so that it is completed on time and within budget. Design, communicate, and implement an operational plan for completing the project; monitor progress and performance against the project plan; take action to resolve operational problems and minimize delays. Identify, develop, and gather the resources to complete the project. This may include preparing designs and work specifications; developing project schedules, budgets and forecasts; and selecting materials, equipment, project staff, and external contractors. Liaise with other operational areas in the organization to secure specialized resources and contributions for the project. Conduct meetings and prepare reports to communicate the status of the project. Set priorities, allocates tasks, and coordinates project staff to meet project targets and milestones.
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