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The Assistant Director of Programming will play a critical role in equipping college advisers at New York University with the information and resources they need to advance to achieve their school level goals. This individual will manage and supervise a cohort of 25 advisers, traveling to school sites weekly. This individual will be responsible for ensuring advisers are supported and well equipped to successfully meet program key performance indicators on a month to month basis. This individual will regularly interface with school site supervisors, staff and administrators in an effort to foster and maintain strong relationships with high school partners. The Assistant Director will also manage and implement programmatic initiatives critical to the NYU College Advising Corps model, such as adviser professional development, recruitment, and volunteer engagement. This is a fixed-term position.
Represent NYU to a wide and diverse audience in high schools and community colleges around the United States. Advise prospective students, parents and high school/transfer counselors regarding admissions policies, procedures, academic programs, and financial aid opportunities. Evaluate applications and recommend admissions decisions for all of NYU’s undergraduate colleges; review and evaluate credentials. Serve as a liaison for one or more undergraduate colleges or departments, communicating about enrollment targets, procedures, etc. The Office of Undergraduate Admissions aims to develop, support, and empower a workforce that reflects the diversity of the students we serve.
Lead, train, and assist building service staff in inspecting, operating, maintaining and repairing building systems and equipment to perform safely and efficiently; respond to and complete client work requests; delegate tasks and work assignments to staff; ensure complaince with guidelines and work rules; perform preventive maintenance duties and routines, and provide other building-related services as required. Assist in collecting data, implementing tasks and maintaining data for a work order system.
The Office of the Vice Provost for Research’s Research Development Specialist will facilitate identification and development of appropriate teams of faculty investigators to pursue large, multidisciplinary funding opportunities identified by faculty or by the incumbent. Oversee and support the development of complex funding proposals through effective interactions with all involved parties and by providing proposal management, proposal editing and/or writing integration service, program development, budget development, and support. Incumbent will join NYU’s Research Development team dedicated to initiating catalytic and capacity-building activities to enhance the competitiveness of NYU’s research and sponsored programs. The Research Development Specialist will contribute knowledge base and skill set to, among other things: • Cultivate and disseminate relevant and timely funding opportunities via GrantForward • Conduct institutional capacity profiling on facilities and resources, create gap analysis tracked to funding available and sponsor interests/expectations • Develop tools for enhancing competitiveness including competitively reviewed and funded proposal sandbox and red team reviews • Matchmaker amongst investigators and formulate mega multidisciplinary team science proposals that are responsive to sponsor interests and needs • Build pipeline of proposal materials for early response teams to be ready for action when funding opportunities supporting research targets announced • Leverage expertise of foundation relations to the benefit of research and sponsored programs • Develop a plan for corporate engagement and industry partnerships • Collaborate with government affairs (city, state, federal) to track and communicate the status of the federal budget, agency allocations, executive orders and regulatory changes that will impact R&D market share • Track and communicate the status of the federal budget, agency allocations, executive orders and regulatory changes that will impact R&D market share • Assist with the on-boarding of new faculty members, identify new areas of high impact research and young investigator development • Create incentive and recognition programs • Identify scientific/research areas of promise/focus with proactive coordination and institutional investment around those areas (Mega seed grants, limited competitions) • Seek and sponsor pathways for faculty to showcase their expertise (site visits, pre-award, reverse, funder workshops, etc) and broader impact on constituents and community, workforce development, economic development, technology transfer • Launch InfoReady to manage Mega Grant seed funding applications with the goal of having one platform for the review and management of all NYU internal seed funding and limited competition programs • Create meaningful metrics for success, measure returns on investment and benchmark indicators of research productivity
The Revenue Cycle Analyst is responsible for providing strong analytic assessments, reporting and operational support on all aspects of revenue cycle operations in the Brooklyn office. Develop and implement procedures to decrease future errors to maximize efficiency. Monitor ongoing performance of Revenue Cycle results through use of key operating indicators (KOI); review patterns to identify trends and variances to maximize collections and reduce recurring billing errors; identify revenue cycle trends to determine root causes and potential improvement opportunities; develop and implement policies and best practices associated with operations, billing, collection, patient access and other workflows to improve revenue cycle performance.
Manage development, maintenance and support of the Athletic Department's local area networks (including The Active Network) and file servers. Provide digital and technical support to administrative offices within the department. Develop strategic networking plan and structure, anticipate user growth, migration and application development to support the needs of offices within the department. Develop network solutions to address present and future needs. Supervise student support staff; trouble shooting routine hardware/software issues; install and run routine upgrades and back-up software packages and patches. Analyze network hardware and software needs and recommend changes and upgrades to provide efficient service to all users.
NYU 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.
SHIFT: Friday - Tuesday, 7:00AM-3:30PM
Responsible for hands-on maintenance of HVAC systems and related auxiliary equipment. Perform tasks that include installing, troubleshooting, repairing, adjusting, cleaning, greasing and replacing equipment, parts and supplies. Maintain the Shop and tools, work orders, logs and inventories.
Manage the day-to-day operations of the Student Employment and Internship Center including the employment of students on and off campus. Advise students on job-search techniques through individual and group sessions and discussions of employment options and goals. Develop on and off-campus part-time job and internship opportunities for students. Plan and develop events that focus on part-time and internship employment (part-time and internship fairs, summer employment job fair, diversity career fairs, etc.). Supervise support staff in reviewing and approving student employee new hire and reappointment requests including I-9 and federal college work-study verification.
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.
Conduct primary research on a variety of topics and areas concerning public and academic policy, university practices and benchmarking, and academic programs and services to inform recommendations for the Office of the President. Prepare findings and recommendations. Ensure the smooth operation of programs, information sessions, informational responses, outreach sessions, events and services for the Office of the President and ensure University standards and guidelines are maintained. Collaborate with staff to produce and maintain currency of online web content, social media campaigns, and office communication materials.
Shift: Wednesday - Sunday, 12:00PM - 8:00PM
Perform a broad range of clerical, secretarial, and general office duties including those of a confidential nature. Respond to inquiries displaying a comprehensive knowledge of the departmental offerings and policies. 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.
Forbes has named NYU one of the best employers for diversity in 2020, ranking eighth among U.S. universities. DiversityJobs.com has named NYU a top employer for 2020 for dedication and commitment to building a diverse workforce and culture. The Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption has named NYU an Adoption-Friendly Workplace in the U.S. for 2019.
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