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NYU’s prestigious Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for a DevOps Administrator. The selected candidate will manage the underlying key infrastructure and critical services that support Stern's IT services. S/he will build, maintain and promote a working framework to shorten development and delivery cycles, so that Stern IT can respond to the growing needs of its clients in a secure, reliable and scalable manner. S/he will also enhance existing services through automation and service improvement, and develop new Stern IT services based on organizational needs.
Collaborate with university stakeholders to design and provide decision support for new initiatives in support of New York University’s mission. Utilize available data sources to design and develop statistical models to analyze past data and to predict future behavior. Provide quantitative analysis of various alternatives to ensure new initiatives meet operational goals. Utilize technical skills to extract and analyze data, and communication skills to present quantitative analysis to stakeholders.
Provide the first level of customer service to patients of the dental clinic, from greeting and routing patients to record maintenance and cashier duties. Monitor daily clinic operations, within guidelines. Assign and review work of and train a number of student and/or casual employees engaged in routine tasks. Assign patients to dental students. Maintain student and patient appointment books. Triage emergencies. Arrange for substitute patients as cancellations occur. Schedule follow-up examinations. Ensure proper processing of health-related transactions; calculate payments. Update and maintain files and records. Provide suggestions that improve existing policies and procedures. Handle inquiries requiring additional investigation and/or specialized knowledge.
As part of the HR Strategy & Solutions Center team of human resources professionals supporting clients within NYU’s administrative units and the Global Academic Sites, the HR Business Partner works closely with client leadership, HR Centers of Expertise, and business owners to develop innovative solutions and lead initiatives that enhance organizational effectiveness, drive talent strategies, and contribute to the achievement of NYU's vision and mission.
The HR Business Partner serves not only as client account manager to ensure the effective delivery of a full range and scope of human resources services for one or more client groups, but also serves as trusted advisor to senior clients and others on sensitive and/or critical issues that pertain to people and related matters, including:
• Organizational and workforce planning, job design, and change management
• Performance and career planning management
• Compensation and pay strategies
• Employee coaching and development strategies
• Guidance on collective bargaining agreements and other legal and policy considerations.
To meet these objectives most optimally, the HR Business Partner must successfully:
• Assess and diagnose root cause issues and develop relevant solutions to address identified issues, themes and/or gaps, and partner with key resources (internally and externally) to deliver highly effective solutions which directly support and drive necessary business outcomes.
• Contribute to strategy and plan development by supporting University leaders to identify, prioritize and build organizational climate, capabilities, behaviors, structures and processes.
• Ensure high quality delivery of fundamental HR services through meaningful metrics, reports, dashboards, and continuous process improvement, and be a highly ethical, visible member of client and HR leadership teams.
• Be able to understand and leverage a broad range of HR and client organizational knowledge for action planning, issue prevention and strategic initiative implementation.
Coordinate the preparation of budget reports, contracts, revenue, gift accounts and grants. Maintain complex financial and budgetary spreadsheets; record expenditures and/or payments ensuring they are posted to proper accounts, apply calculations to data and tabulate. Establish financial records and files and ensure that they are maintained and updated on an ongoing basis. Initiate and respond to various types of inquiries regarding financial policies, procedures, deadlines, etc. Train, assign and review work of student employees.
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.
The Systems Architect plays a critical role in a modern enterprise application development team, providing guidance to Software Developers and Engineers, working with Product Owners and Product Designers to determine system scope, and ensuring project teams are working efficiently using the latest and best-in-class technologies and standards. Works closely with Product Owners to define system scope, determines the technical constraints the system being developed will have, and ensures that the design needs are addressed. When scope changes are brought to the System Architect’s attention by the Product Owner, the Systems Architect makes any needed adjustments to the software design and architecture so that the new functionality is smoothly integrated with the existing application’s architecture. Excellent communication between Systems Architects and Product Owners is critical for the creation of a successful system. Works closely with the team to design holistic software solutions using microservices architecture, modern technologies, current best-practices, and emerging solutions such as machine learning. Provides guidance toward implementing these designs to Software Engineers and Developers on project teams. Develops and implements project-level policies, procedures, and standards to ensure that systems support the organization's business requirements and meet the needs of end users. Ensures project-level system design meets institutional requirements for high availability, redundancy, security, and performance. Researches solutions for software, hardware, business processes, machine learning, and other emerging technologies. Organizes multiple Scrum teams. Ensures project team leads are engaged and empowered to support their team, maximize parallelism of work, and deliver solutions as quickly and efficiently as possible.
Sterilize dental instruments including instrument cassettes, bur blocks, endo file boxes, and handpieces. Track dental instruments through all phases of the cleaning and sterilization process by utlilizing scanning technology. Operate disinfection and sterilization equipment. Troubleshoot error messages, perform preventative maintenance to ensure optimal operation of equipment. Maintain files and records and provide support to clinic office staff.
Provide diagnostic psychiatric assessments, formulate medical treatment program and provide follow-up care to NYU-Poly students; prepare and maintain medical records on patients treated. Instruct and review patient assessments and treatments charted by psychiatric residents.
The Schack Insitute of Real Estate is seeking a Director, Noncredit Program. Responsibilities include the day-to-day management of noncredit programming, including the staffing and delivery of noncredit courses and student services, certificates, corporate and executive education programs, and other related academic offerings; recruiting and making recommendations to the associate dean for adjunct faculty hiring; budget oversight; and, supervision of staff. In addition, the director is responsible for the development of long-term strategy for the non-credit program, including the development of new academic offerings in collaboration with the Institute's faculty, and achieving revenue goals and targets.
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