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Serve as a payroll subject matter expert and manage the processing for payroll related to adjuncts and student employees. Performs a variety of payroll-related activities which require advanced knowledge of payroll processing procedures. Communicate and interpret University and school payroll policies and procedures. Implement internal control procedures to review and approve payroll expenditures. Assess the complexity of payroll issues and determine resolutions; make recommendations to senior department management based on knowledge of payroll; investigate payroll discrepancies and find resolution, working with University Payroll, to resolve problem transactions. Analyze and reconcile per pay period salary expenses. Keep abreast of all school and payroll changes. Serve as tier 2 escalation for employee payroll questions.
Manage cases for students participating in the University’s student conduct process and Restorative Resolution program (RRP); provide support for students engaged in the University’s Title IX sexual misconduct procedures; manage intake interviews, provide guidance, and facilitate dialogue through structured experiences;develop and deliver educational campaigns, through the use of print, digital, and social media, for the student community surrounding NYU policy, institutional values, and methods for conflict resolution; and oversee the Student Conduct Suspension Reentry Program, supporting students returning to the University after a disciplinary leave of absence. 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, and equity that inform academic excellence. Administrators in this organization are expected to contribute to diverse, equitable, inclusive learning and working environments for our students, staff, and faculty.
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, and equity that inform academic excellence. Administrators in this organization are expected to contribute to diverse, equitable, inclusive learning and working environments for our students, staff, and faculty. The Department Administrator will manage the operations and logistics of the On-Campus Recruitment Program and oversee and execute the employer onboarding process at NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development. In addition, this position is the Handshake employer operations expert and is expected to build expertise on the platform and design best practices for use. As the employer project manager, this position is essential in managing multiple projects and priorities to ensure a smooth and seamless experience for employers such as maintain records of student access; manage employer schedules in the Handshake system; communicate with students and employers leading up to interview day; create resume packet; manage and organize all logistics of interview day (including room set up, food, technology, etc.); maintain records of recruitment visits and appointment schedules, and resolve related problems in addition to leading all introductory communications and efforts with employers to achieve a successful onboarding experience, as well as managing the process of evaluating employers and jobs. The Department Administrator will also work closely with the Employer Engagement team on areas such as event planning, communications, and data management.
In collaboration with the Registrar of the School of Global Public Health and Program Manager, manage the smooth operation of the Office of Academic and Faculty Affairs. Oversee the School’s schedule and courses for all degree/certificate programs in Albert and ensure School and University standards and guidelines are maintained. Manage Undergraduate and Graduate student requests/inquiries. Plan, develop, and implement new and existing academic programs and programming infrastructure in support of the School’s academic mission. Manage, plan, and implement activities related to academic, accreditation, compliance, and all other operational aspects of the Office. Communicate program and degree requirements to students. Oversee the student database and provide detailed reports for GPH Leadership. Conduct needs assessments and surveys, analyze data, and make recommendations for process or service improvement.
The College of Arts and Science is seeking a dynamic Academic Advisor, International Student Engagement. This individual will be working as a member of the Diversity and International Students team, the person in this position will support all efforts aimed at increasing support and student engagement for the international student population. This person will be charged with overseeing and growing the International Student Mentor Program and supporting all other existing initiatives targeted at international students. They will also assist with assessment and data collection with a view towards developing and enhancing programs targeted at retaining international students and ensuring the successful completion of their degrees. 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 Financial Analyst I position is an entry-level role within the Budget Office, which may include the preparation of annual budgets and financial plans, financial performance evaluations and reporting, transactional support, and the development and maintenance of budget and financial planning systems, models and key processes.
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.
Prioritize clinic activities and front desk operations in the Ashman Department of Periodontology and Implant Dentistry clinic. Monitor daily clinic operations, within guidelines, in accordance with NYU Dentistry standard operating procedures. Act as work leader to junior clerical support staff. Provide customer service support to dental clinic patients, from greeting and routing patients to maintaining data integrity in AxiUm and performing cashier duties. Ensure adherence to policies and procedures, making suggestions for enhancements and improvements.
Represent the College of Dentistry to potential students through on-campus and off-campus recruitment events (fairs, open houses, receptions, information sessions). Establish relationships with students to promote School's Graduate Program. Encourage applications from qualified students to achieve University and School diversity and geographic enrollment targets. Approve or deny applications based on University and School guidelines and recommend borderline applicants for Admission Committee's consideration. Evaluate students' admission packets (academic and extracurricular records, essay, letters of recommendation, standardized test scores, etc.), interview applicants, and obtain additional information from students as needed to determine if applicant is right for College. Advise students on application process (e.g., School programs, academic requirements, financial aid options, housing, and other student services).
Manage day-to-day activity of assigned clinics, ensuring patient records are completed, encounter forms are tracked for billing, and fees are collected; develop new office guidelines and procedures; ensure patient care is delivered in a timely and appropriate manner; collaborate with dental students and faculty to resolve patient problems; authorize special payment arrangements and approve discounts; supervise staff, and administer budgets.
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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