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The College of Arts and Science is seeking a dedicated Academic Advisor to support senior and graduation advising. This individual will report to the Associate Director of the Advising Center who is charged with providing support to students in their final year who are preparing to graduate. Working closely with the College Cohort Program team, they will conduct assessment and create innovative support programs and services addressing the needs of seniors. Utilizing data regarding persistence and graduation rates, the person in this position will help identify students who may be at risk of not completing the degree and conduct intensive outreach and assistance efforts to help students cross the finish line. Advise and counsel a significant cohort of first-year students, serving as the primary advisor until they declare their major, and remaining as a support and resource person throughout their undergraduate career. Provide overview of curriculum, policies and procedures. Assist with program development and implementation of one of the College's comprehensive academic support programs (e.g. First-Year/Freshman and Transfer Orientation and Advising; Sophomore Cohort President development and selection; Second-year class activities & programming; etc.) to ensure it meets the current needs of students. Analyze data received through student inquiries, market research, and input and recommend new programs and courses to meet changing needs. Assist in the implementation of marketing events to recruit students for admissions into College's Programs, including developing information sessions and open houses, and attending university-wide and external events. Serve as liaison with faculty and other University personnel, and representing the Dean and the College to internal and external constituencies.
The College of Arts and Science is seeking a dynamic Associate Director to oversee Transfer Student Advising. This individual will advise and counsel a significant cohort of first-year students, serving as the primary academic advisor until they declare their major, and remaining as a support and resource person throughout their undergraduate career. Provide overview of curriculum, policies and procedures. Provide leadership through program development and implementation pertaining to the College Cohort Program and transfer (external) and transition (internal) student initiatives (i.e. internal and external transfer orientation, transfer student course registration processes, and upper-class student engagement). Analyze data received through student inquiries, reviewing higher education “best” practices, and input and recommend new programs and courses to meet changing needs. Assist in the implementation of marketing events to recruit students for admissions into College's programs, including developing information sessions and open houses, and attending university-wide and external events. Serve as the liaison with faculty and other University personnel, and representing the Dean and the College to internal (i.e. Registrar, Admissions, Office of Student Life, other NYU Schools) and external constituencies.
Gasteroenterology MD Part-time from 7-14 hours per week: The NYU Student Health Center (SHC) Specialty Unit is seeking a part-time Gastroenterologist to provide medical consultation 7-14 hours/wk for our population of more than 50,000 NYU undergraduates and graduate students. Working on-site with a dedicated RN/LPN team, the specialist would see students on referral from SHC providers in primary care, travel medicine, and women’s health. Common GI diagnoses including IBS and IBD, and many students present with undifferentiated symptoms. On-site testing and procedures include blood draws, anoscopy, and H pylori breath-testing. Imaging, other breath-testing, and EGDs are arranged by referral to external sites under the students’ insurances. Additional on-site specialists include nutrition, endocrinology, dermatology, and neurology, among others. Working with a motivated and diverse student population is rewarding, and the team works well together to assure the best service in support of students' academic success.
Develop and manage the department’s field placement programs. Cultivate relationships with local area educational organizations to identify and assess potential field placements for NYU undergraduate and graduate students, and will monitor the progress of student teachers; communicate with supervising faculty; advise on options and alternatives; and form collaborative relationships with tutoring programs. Manage all facets of department’s Internship Program for undergraduate and master’s students. Responsible for internship placements for the department, and oversee all facets of recruiting efforts for graduate professions programs.
Licensed Optometrist, OD. Part-time from 7-14 hours per week: The NYU Student Health Center (SHC) Specialty Unit is seeking a part-time Optometrist to provide eye care services 7-14 hours/wk for our population of more than 50,000 NYU undergraduates and graduate students. Working on-site in a dedicated Optometry suite, the Optometrist will perform routine eye care, diagnosis of eye diseases, treatment of diseases consistent with NYS law, including:
- Comprehensive eye exams
- Routine Visual Evaluation
- Routine dilated fundus examination
- Visual Field Testing
- Spectacle Rx
- Fitting of Soft and RGP contact lenses, including evaluation of existing lenses the patient is wearing
- Emergency office visits
- Consulting with ophthalmologist regarding patient’s condition
Working with a motivated and diverse student population is rewarding, and the team works well together to assure the best service in support of students' academic success
Arts and Science is seeking a talented Administrative Aide I to join the Psychology Department's payroll team. This individual will perform a wide range of clerical, secretarial, and general office duties including those of a confidential nature. Respond to inquiries displaying a comprehensive knowledge of the department's payroll and personnel actions policies and procedures. Complete personnel action forms (TAD's) and payroll timesheets. Perform general word processing, spreadsheet and data entry duties utilizing intermediate-level functions. Monitor moderately complex budgets and/or grants. Compose letters and correspondence. Assist with the prioritization of office activities and delegate to and monitor work of student and/or casual employees.
Take film based and digital intra-oral and extra oral radiographic imaging (e.g. cone beam computed tomography, and bitewing, periapical, occlusal and panoramic views in analog/film and digital/plate/sensor formats). Review radiographs within guidelines. Process and route film based and digital radiographic images. Greet, screen, and direct patients. Confirm patient is authorized for a radiographic examination. Maintain cleanliness of the work area and quality and safety standards; ensure proper recycling, disposal of infectious materials and adherence to infection control protocols and HIPAA compliance.
Involved in administrative and general assistance type office work for student facing offices including theOffice of Academic Services & Recording, Office of Student Affairs, and Office of Student Financial Services. 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 inquires displaying a comprehensive knowledge of the departmental offerings and policies. Interact with the public and student population and act as NYU contact/liaison. Interact with University personnel including those at the senior level regarding specific issues and problems. 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. Monitor complex department budgets.
Involved in comprehensive and general assistance type office work for the Office of Academic Services. Perform a wide range of clerical, secretarial, and general office duties including those of a confidential nature. Respond to inquiries displaying a comprehensive knowledge of the department's activities, policies and programs. 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. Moderately complex budget responsibility, typically budget monitoring and expense reconciliation.
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.
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