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Serve as a payroll subject matter expert. Compile, analyze and document issues on payroll and related fiscal activities in order to identify systemic issues or problems and propose solutions. Implement internal control procedures to review and approve payroll expenditures. Assess complexity of payroll issues and determine resolutions; make recommendations to senior department management based on knowledge of payroll; investigate payroll discrepancies and find resolution with appropriate University offices to resolve problem transactions. Analyze and reconcile per pay period tax filings, W-2s and liability remittances. Keep abreast of all federal and state payroll tax law changes. Serve as tier 2 escalation for employee payroll questions.
NYU Stern is one of the largest and most multifaceted business schools in the world and has always been among the most innovative schools programmatically. The school has over 5,000 students and a suite of degree and certificate programs including the flagship undergraduate and full-time MBA programs; part-time, Executive and Global Executive MBA programs; a range of MS degrees; and newly-launched one-year specialized MBAs in New York and Executive MBA in Washington DC. Stern is committed to building and enhancing an inclusive and diverse educational community within and across these myriad programs. To support these goals, Stern is pleased to announce the creation of an Associate Director, Diversity and Inclusion position.
Reporting to the Associate Dean, Diversity and Inclusion, the Associate Director will assist with the strategic leadership in shaping and defining the school’s inclusion, diversity, belonging and equity (IDBE) values and creating initiatives that advance those values for all members of our community including students, faculty and staff. The Associate Director will manage the implementation of inclusion, diversity, equity and belonging programs, seminars, workshops, and conferences for students, faculty, and staff. In addition, the selected candidate will work collaboratively to promote intercultural understanding for the entire NYU Stern community and create and enhance a supportive campus climate for underrepresented students. The Associate Director will assist in building and promoting an inclusive environment at NYU Stern by recommending inclusive pedagogies (in and out of the classroom), explore ways to feature diverse perspectives in all programming, and track progress towards improving diversity, inclusion, belonging, and equity at the School. The Associate Director will also collaborate with leaders in Student Engagement and work with student affinity groups and students who are from underrepresented groups.
The Assistant Director, Facilities is responsible for all aspects of facilities management, including day-to-day operations, maintenance, and renovation projects for the NYU Division of Libraries (DoL). The Assistant Director, Facilities will lead strategic capital space planning for the DoL, including developing a master plan that aligns with DoL and University priorities. Reporting directly to the Dean of the DoL, the Assistant Director, Facilities works closely with the senior leadership team and staff of the DoL as well as with appropriate campus offices and committees to ensure safe, accessible, welcoming, and functional spaces for students, faculty and staff.
Responsibilities include: work with faculty committees and staff to create and maintain the conceptual framework of Courant and departmental websites; implement template art and style guides to achieve a cohesive overall design; consult with internal clients regarding web site needs and page content to ensure consistency in style and tone and accuracy of published information; create and enhance web applications to meet new demands. Coordinate directly with external departments, staff and vendors as needed. Train and assist Courant personnel in creating and updating web content for which they are responsible. Ensure integration with internal and university databases.
Scholars at Risk (SAR) is an international network of over 500 of higher education institutions in 39 countries whose mission is to protect threatened scholars, prevent attacks on higher education communities, and promote academic freedom. SAR provides temporary academic positions of refuge for threatened intellectuals at network member institutions, helping to save courageous voices. SAR also helps with counseling, referrals, and campaigns for scholars who are imprisoned or otherwise silenced, and conducts training, education, and advocacy to promote university values worldwide.
Scholars at Risk (SAR) is seeking a highly-organized and team-oriented individual to join the SAR team as a grants and development administrator. This is new position will supports SAR’s program and fundraising efforts by providing primary drafting and reporting on concept notes, proposals, applications and reporting on grants from foundations, government agencies, corporations and other institutional funding partners. This position reports to the Development Officer, Deputy Director and Executive Director. The position requires excellent research, writing, and organizational skills, attention to detail and judgment. It is ideal for a proactive individual with excellent writing skills who takes initiative and would like to make a major contribution to SAR, an international human rights movement focused on free inquiry and expression. The position requires timely and professional communication with SAR/NYU staff and grant sponsors.
This position is based in the Information Security function under the Office of the CTO. The IT Security Risk Assessment/Auditor professional will be primarily responsible for performing IT Security Risk Reviews of application, system and networking projects and environments to identify, evaluate, and recommend security controls that address information security risk to the University.
Manage New York University's data network infrastructure and its network engineering staff including the design, maintenance, configuration, and implementation of network upgrades and development of network services. Administrative tasks will include personnel and project management, representing network engineering at meetings, planning activities, and evaluating and purchasing technical products and services. Technical tasks will include equipment installation, configuration, maintenance, and upgrades; installation and configuration of software; developing scripts and programs to automate network management tasks; and authoring documentation.
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People at the heart of everything we do: We listen to our clients, and colleagues, and use our expertise to anticipate and address their needs.
Create space to innovate: We challenge assumptions and seek out fresh perspectives and new ways of thinking to fuel our productivity.
Right promise. Right delivery: We set clear goals and priorities, and execute with speed and agility to deliver better results.
Share information. Build trust: We engage in open and honest communications that reflect inclusiveness, fairness and respect for each other.
Teams and partnerships work. Boundaries don’t: We collaborate to maximize the value we bring to NYU because our best ideas come from working together.
Insist on excellence: We take pride in what we do, strive to improve constantly and hold ourselves accountable for the results.
Dispense supplies, instruments, disposable materials, and equipment. Maintain inventory and order supplies. Receive orders, check in items, identify discrepancies between supplies ordered versus received. Stock shelves and set up and maintain supply counters, instruments, and procedure trays. Assist with maintenance of physical condition of clinic. Clean dental equipment.
Tandon School of Engineering is seeking candidates for a Junior or Senior Pre Award Grants Specialist for pre-award grants management, including advising faculty and principal investigators on federal, state, University and School fiscal guidelines and requirements to ensure compliance. Provide support for facilitating and expediting the grant and contract application process, while working closely with faculty in developing grant proposals and ensuring compliance. The holder of this position consults with faculty and PIs to write external grant proposals to federal, state, and local government agencies and, to a lesser extent, to private foundations; consults with faculty to identify proposals that are defined as strategic priorities for Tandon and that match faculty’s research interests.
The NYU Office of the Senior Vice Provost for Research/Sponsored Programs Electronic Research Administration Systems Analyst (eRA SA) supports the development, implementation, maintenance, and upgrade of research administration system modules, databases, and other computing resources to ensure efficient, accurate data management and reporting for research administration and sponsored project activity. The ideal eRA SA is not intimidated by vast amounts of data and has strong analytical, conceptual, and problem-solving abilities with ideas about how the presentation and delivery of data can be made more intuitive and timelier. The eRA SA provides analysis, testing, training, and documentation to support these activities and plays a key role in ensuring data integrity. Technical and functional expertise with a customer service orientation combined with the ability to interface verbally and in writing with a variety of audiences is critical to success in this position.
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