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Ensure proper processing of health-related transactions, calculate payments, update and maintain files and records, provide suggestions that improve existing policies and procedures, and handle inquiries requiring additional investigation and/or specialized knowledge. Schedule surgical cases for operating room. Research and respond to a variety of routine inquiries and provide information regarding policies and procedures related to patient accounts, fees, Medicare and medical insurance coverage, charges and insurance forms.
The Associate Director of the Center for Sexual Misconduct Support Services (CSMSS) at New York University assists in implementing a comprehensive strategy to enhance on-campus support for students involved in sexual misconduct and relationship violence; to educate the campus community about sexual misconduct and to prevent its occurrence; to provide NYU students with the best possible support services and resources and to generally lead the institution in complying with federal and state laws for college campuses in preventing and responding to sexual misconduct. Reporting to the AVP for Student Mental Health/Director of Counseling and Wellness Services, the director of CSMSS will be called upon to deploy exceptional leadership, judgment and interpersonal skills as (s)he oversees a student centered approach to campus response, advocacy, training, education, and prevention.
The Director of Disability Inclusive Culture will serve to actualize integrating disability as part of the inclusion, diversity, equity and belonging (IDBE) work throughout NYU. Through University-wide initiatives, the Director will promote an integrative, collaborative approach to transitioning the disability-friendly culture of NYU to one of even greater inclusivity and belonging with an emphasis on equity. Reporting to the Senior Vice President (SVP) for Global Inclusion, Diversity, & Strategic Innovation and Associate Provost for Strategy, this Director will work closely with the NYU university-wide Provostial Committee on Disability, Inclusion and Accessibility as well as The Center for Disability Studies. The incumbent will coordinate, augment and strengthen the ongoing work related to disability access, culture, equity, inclusion, and education across NYU by creating policies and programs that move the University beyond compliance to promoting accessibility for all, finding new opportunities to expand the full participation for people with disabilities at NYU. To promote and strengthen the aforementioned, the Director will work across disciplines and schools to advance a culture of disability inclusivity/ disability culture, as well as provide education and support across constituent groups, with a particular focus on faculty.
Related work will include, but is not limited to, providing additional support for faculty with disabilities while setting strategic direction for fostering an IDBE organizational workplace culture that focuses on universal design and increased access for any persons with disabilities on NYU campuses. The individual will engage with stakeholders from across the University (including current and prospective faculty members, employees, students, alumni, or visitors). Working with internal and external stakeholders, the Director will work to promote cultural transformation relevant to research-based and evidence-best practices as well as cultural initiatives emerging from the disability community; develop and implement policies and procedures across the University; focus on universal design to promote full accessibility to NYU classes, events, web-based services, buildings and facilities, and programs and services. In support of the advancement of University IDBE goals as they intersect with disability studies, and in compliance with Section 504 and the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Director will partner with the NYU Office of Equal Opportunity, the Moses Center for Students with Disabilities, the Center for Disability Studies, the Office of General Counsel, Facilities and Construction Management, University Human Resources, and other University personnel/departments as necessary and provide subject-matter expertise and consultative services.
Manage the design and construction of capital improvements and major infrastructure projects for New York University's Planning and Construction Division to ensure projects are delivered in accordance with approved budgets, schedules and quality standards. Manage consultants, contractors and other vendors to optimize financial results and quality performance. Maintain highest standards of ethics and integrity.
This is a grant funded position that will work 10 months per year during the project's duration. The nurse will treat elementary school-age children following NYU College of Dentistry health care practices and standards. This includes providing oral hygiene instruction, oral examination, fluoride varnish, and silver diamine fluoride with a dental assistant. All examination and care are recorded in electronic health record.
The Student Health Center (SHC) at New York University (NYU) is a dynamic health care service that supports the well-being and academic success of over 60,000 students studying all over the world. The SHC near Washington Square is our main facility for medical services and houses Primary Care, Women’s Health, Medical Specialties, Radiology, Physical Therapy, Pharmacy and more. This site is also home to and integrated with Counseling and Wellness, one of the most robust college mental health services in the U.S.
The Team Leader will provide clinical assessment, short-term psychotherapy, group therapy, and crisis intervention to student population at NYU Polytechnic Institute (NYU-Poly); oversee multidisciplinary teams, residents and externs in a variety of psychological disciplines.
This is a grant funded position that will provide high-level support for the College of Dentistry’s Bronx school-based cavity prevention dental program. The Associate Director, Clinical Research Program will collaborate in protocol development, ensure compliance with regulatory requirements, supervise research activities for over 60 New York City schools, submit IRB submissions, implement quality control processes, ensure data integrity and prepare standard operating procedures. In addition, this position will serve as liaison between faculty, research investigators, and participants in all administrative matters related to management of this study. The incumbent will ensure that all guidelines and protocols for the project are followed. This position will manage a project budget of approximately $21 million dollars.
The Director of Strategic Initiatives will play a key role in developing, leading, coordinating and implementing NYU IT’s strategic departmental initiatives. These initiatives focus on providing value to NYU IT in support of increasing effectiveness, efficiency and impact in the work we do and how we work. The success of this role will be in achieving strategic positive impact on NYU IT through leading initiatives that deliver core improvements in process, technology and culture, and as demonstrated by data and performance measures. The individual will be part of the NYU IT leadership team and must demonstrate the core beliefs and deliver results. This individual will be expected to interact and partner with leaders and staff across NYU IT, working cross-functionally to engage and align the organization for meaningful contribution to the initiatives. Participation in and leadership of key constituent meetings will be expected to ensure appropriate and responsive follow-up and accountability. Effective guidance and management of one or more staff members may be required. The individual in this role will interact with clients and other groups within the NYU community to ensure continuity and clarity and to build/reinforce partnerships. This position will report to and work with the AVP of Strategy, Planning and Engagement in NYU IT.
About NYU IT -NYU IT CORE BELIEFS
We demonstrate our core beliefs everyday in our interactions, attitude and performance.
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.
Oversee and manage department's portfolio of funding for Africa House, Center for Technology and Economic Development, and Development Research Institute. Manage and reconcile expenditures to the University's financial system. Serve as a liaison between the department and central University Offices, federal, state, and city corporate agencies, and private foundations regarding externally funded grants.
Make a difference by raising scholarship funds for students of all backgrounds. NYU's prestigious Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity available for an Assistant Director of Annual Giving. The Assistant Director will be a key frontline Annual Fund Officer in our efforts to identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward our 110,000+ alumni, friends, and parents to increase annual unrestricted financial support as we look to expand our ever-growing pipeline of supporters for Stern’s Graduate and Undergraduate students and programs. S/he will raise funds through face-to-face visits from a pool of ~250 highly successful prospects capable of giving $1,500-$25,000. The Assistant Director will also recruit, coach, and support 4+ Reunion Committees annually and will collaborate with the Senior Director of Annual Giving and Donor Relations and team on strategy for Stern Annual Fund’s cultivation, solicitation, and implementation.
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, 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.