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NYU’s Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity available for an IT Support Specialist. The Specialist will provide direct customer support and technical troubleshooting for the NYU Stern community. The selected candidate will support integrated information and media technology solutions including post-production for classrooms, event spaces, and office locations throughout the Stern School of Business. The Specialist will also consult with the community to understand needs, assess feasibility, and develop effective technology solutions to meet those needs.
The Video Production Administrator will manage, coordinate, and execute video production on behalf of the Tandon Marketing & Communications office. Serves as a resource to the Dean’s Office as well as Tandon faculty and staff in the design and development of engaging video assets and assures a high-quality and effective product on time and within budget scope. Manage the entire production process (filming & editing) of professional audio and video recordings for internal projects and specialized academic initiatives from consultation through to final deliverables, including production planning, script development, and equipment & location set up preparation. Oversee estimates for any outsourced vendors, and supervise video production student workers.
Respond to inquiries from faculty, staff, other University Offices, and the general public regarding OEO policies and requests for accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Conduct intake of faculty, staff, and prospective employees seeking workplace accommodations due to disabilities or medical conditions and facilitate accommodations in consultation with departments and supervisors. Under the direction of the Executive Director, draft, prepare and monitor the annual Affirmative Action Plan to ensure alignment with most currently defined categories and standards. Participate in development and coordination of EEO training related to workplace accommodations, search compliance, and the University’s Affirmative Action Plan. Synthesize, analyze, and update data from various university and government sources (including but not limited to labor market studies, population, and census data, higher education institutions' research, etc.) for inclusion in AAP.
Working with portfolios within IT procurement spend, the Senior Category Lead is responsible for independently managing one or more related procurement category areas with the goal of improved customer satisfaction, achievement of greater efficiencies, reduction of risk, and realizing financial cost savings. In support of organizational mission and goals, the Senior Category Lead is accountable for category strategy and management targeting high dollar value and complex initiatives, effective supplier performance management for top spend key suppliers, customer relationship development, determination of customer needs, supplier diversity, contract creation, contract execution and contract renewals with a threshold of up to $5M. This role has a hybrid work schedule: Two days on-site and three days remote per week.
Manage claims adjudication by identifying contractual variances between posted and expected reimbursement for Article 28, Managed Care, Commercial Insurance and other payers. Analyze, audit and recover outstanding receivables. Identify trends in payments, underpayment/overpayments and denials. Work with respective departments to evaluate trends and be part of the team that works towards resolution and improvement of the revenue cycle processes. Directly manage and resolve all assigned underpayment appeals, follow-up and payer relationships. Report to management any gross payment discrepancies by payers. Contact payer to resolve appeals and final solution to claims. Collaborate with the Director of Insurance Strategy in developing, implementing and maintain operational standards, providing guidance and direction relating to the performance of claims adjudication process. Train staff and administrators to support their adherence to existing and future changes relative to insurance guidelines.
NYU’s Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for an Administrative Aide supporting the department of Technology, Operations and Statistics. 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; drafting correspondence; tracking budgets; updating web pages; processing reimbursements and special projects as needed.
Develop, coordinate, and implement programs and services for the Center for Student Life within the Division of Student Affairs. As an active member of the Center for Student Life team this position will have involvement in student organization advisement, university and departmental policy oversight, program and service assessment, major programming, budget management, communication, marketing, and collaboration across the Center for Student Life and campus. Serves with other CSL staff on leading university wide events, and undertake special projects to be assigned at the discretion of the CSL leadership team. The Assistant Director for Leadership Development primarily focuses on being responsible for programs and initiatives within the Center for Student Life that support and advance NYU's commitment to student leadership development. Work with CSL leadership team to set the vision and strategy relating to student leadership development and play a lead role in the creation, implementation, and management of programs designed to enhance NYU students’ understanding of themselves as leaders, as well as how they work collaboratively with others and act as social change makers. Initial priorities for this position may include, but are not limited to: student leadership development curricula development, implementation, and assessment; supporting our annual workshop series, Leadership Academy; collaborating with other leadership development initiatives within CSL and across the Division of Student Affairs and NYU campuses. Serves as a point of contact within the Division of Student Affairs for leadership development related topics and represents these initiatives to external constituents. Works collaboratively with other members of the CSL staff, Changemakers Center, Office of Residential Life and Housing Services, and external community organizations. Works closely with the Office of Risk Management to evaluate contracts and coordinate travel. This position will create and oversee program and population assessments, communication efforts, and manage various program related budgets.
NYU's Global Programs & University Life organization is committed to being a welcoming campus community that reflects and enacts the values of inclusion, diversity, belonging, equity and accessibility that inform academic excellence. Employees in this organization are expected to contribute to diverse, equitable, inclusive and accessible learning and working environments for our students, staff, and faculty.
The College of Arts & Science Office of Academic Affairs is a complex and highly functional unit that oversees academic policy, planning, and innovation for the College of Arts and Science (https://cas.nyu.edu/content/nyu-as/cas/academic-programs/academic-affairs.html). The Assistant Director, Academic Assessment and Analytics will provide leadership for building efforts to leverage data-rich insights to support student success, curricular innovation and assessment, policy, and enrollment management. This position will partner with Academic Affairs, Arts & Science, and University colleagues to drive academic assessment initiatives and institute related processes and reporting that improve the mission of the College of Arts & Science to advance excellence in educational effectiveness and student experience.
The purpose of the position is to provide legal counsel and support to the University’s schools and administrative units regarding a wide variety of issues relating to intellectual property, research, and technology transfer, including advising on:
- compliance with relevant laws and regulations in the areas of human subjects research, animal welfare, grant compliance, research integrity, conflicts of interest, laboratory safety, foreign influence, export controls, and privacy and data security
- development and implementation of University policies in the areas of intellectual property and research
- sponsored research contracting including related funding and compliance requirements
- complex commercial transactions involving intellectual property, including in the areas of tech transfer, licensing, academic collaborations, and technology procurement
- ownership, registration, protection, and enforcement of copyrights, trademarks, and patents
- review of conflicts of interest and commitment and development of related management plans
- legal issues relating to start-up ventures and entrepreneurial activities, book publishing, the arts, online education, Internet and social media, and library operations
- litigation, disputes, audits, and investigations involving research and intellectual property.
The position will focus primarily on NYU’s New York City campus but will also support NYU’s global campuses. The position will also collaborate with colleagues at NYU Langone Medical Center and will assist with a variety of other corporate and transactional matters for the University, as needed. The position will liaise closely with outside counsel and University stakeholders and serve as a subject matter expert within the Office of General Counsel on matters relating to intellectual property and research.
The Senior Lab Safety Officer will provide leadership and support to Tandon’s Safety Program by promoting and supporting a comprehensive laboratory safety program throughout the School's expansive research enterprise and affiliate initiatives. Support and advance a positive, proactive laboratory safety program in a complex environment, working as a leader and member of the Safety Team and collaborating with departmental designated coordinators, University EH&S, RL&S, colleagues and program leaders. The position reports to the Associate Director, Laboratory Operations and will assist with establishing and implementing Program priorities in accordance with the Research Safety strategic plan. This position will collaborate with Departmental coordinators and EHS & RL&S Senior Specialists to promote best management practices throughout the campus. The Senior Lab Safety Officer will be responsible for providing professional leadership, administrative oversight and for managing laboratory safety operations, services and programs in all locations. Develop, maintain and promote policies, procedures and programs for laboratory safety, and ensure the campuses are compliant within University protocols, in accordance with pertinent local, state and federal laboratory health and safety codes, standards and regulations. The position will be responsible for the effective implementation and ongoing quality improvement of technology-based systems for the Lab Safety team, including but not limited to chemical tracking, database and training. This position has indirect supervisory responsibility for several Safety Team positions as well as departmental designated coordinators utilizing University BioRAFT database system.
NYU is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to a policy of equal treatment and opportunity in every aspect of its recruitment and hiring process without regard to age, alienage, caregiver status, childbirth, citizenship status, color, creed, disability, domestic violence victim status, ethnicity, familial status, gender and/or gender identity or expression, marital status, military status, national origin, parental status, partnership status, predisposing genetic characteristics, pregnancy, race, religion, reproductive health decision making, sex, sexual orientation, unemployment status, veteran status, or any other legally protected basis. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, persons of minority sexual orientation or gender identity, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply for vacant positions at all levels.