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Arts and Science is seeking a dedicated Senior Laboratory Preparator to join the College Core Curriculum. This individual will serve as a technical resource in the lab on the use of specialized equipment. Provide technical assistance with laboratory experiments under guidance for a variety of undergraduate courses in the areas of physics, chemistry, biology, anthropology, and neuroscience. Prepare and set up laboratory experiments; test experiments; monitor laboratory operations and troubleshoot problems. Perform routine maintenance and basic repairs for a variety of scientific equipment.
Provide technical support for assigned area of operation in the Film & Television department, Tisch School of the Arts. Operate a wide variety of television, media, new media, and computer technology equipment including specialized equipment requiring significant training. Instruct students and faculty on operating equipment; conduct individual and group training workshops, and demonstrate use of equipment. Advise students and faculty on equipment that would best meet their technical needs. Perform skilled maintenance and repairs on complex equipment and parts.
Monday - Friday, 2:15 PM -10:15 PM.
Licensed Optometrist, OD. Part-time from 7-14 hours per week: The NYU Student Health Center (SHC) Specialty Unit is seeking a part-time Optometrist to provide eye care services 7-14 hours/wk for our population of more than 50,000 NYU undergraduates and graduate students. Working on-site in a dedicated Optometry suite, the Optometrist will perform routine eye care, diagnosis of eye diseases, treatment of diseases consistent with NYS law, including:
- Comprehensive eye exams
- Routine Visual Evaluation
- Routine dilated fundus examination
- Visual Field Testing
- Spectacle Rx
- Fitting of Soft and RGP contact lenses, including evaluation of existing lenses the patient is wearing
- Emergency office visits
- Consulting with ophthalmologist regarding patient’s condition
Working with a motivated and diverse student population is rewarding, and the team works well together to assure the best service in support of students' academic success
Under the direct supervision of the Director for Research and Laboratory Safety this role will manage, develop, and design training content based on regulatory requirements. The Training and Outreach Manager will provide direction, oversight and interaction of the day-to-day training, outreach, and multimedia related to the Department of Research and Laboratory Safety (RLS) operations. The selected candidate will interact directly with RLS personnel to ensure that our safety and compliance related activities are carried out in strict adherence with local, state and federal rules and regulations. Liaise with other University Departments and stakeholders to identify training needs while managing training attendance, tracking, and reporting. Conduct frequent reviews and knowledge assessments to evaluate that training content is leading to behavioral modification(s). Conduct retraining when and if needed. Work independently to create and improve training and achieve benchmark goals. Research regulatory safety and health rules and regulations, formulating safety policies and procedures, and organizing and facilitating required safety and technical training. Ensure compliance with federal, local, and state safety health standards; oversee the purchasing of safety and training systems and equipment; develop, implement and monitor employee training; designing and writing web and print material for marketing and educational purposes, supporting the development of BioRAFT (and other LMS systems); and provide public relations
Guide, advise, and support undergraduate students through the career planning, decision making, and job searching processes. Assist students in analyzing their interests and skills and developing career goals. Plan, market and implement career related programs and gather data to analyze program effectiveness focusing on international students, first-generation college students, and those in study abroad programs. Liaise with campus stakeholders including faculty, university administrators and employers across NYU.
NYU is an institution committed to diversity, inclusion, belonging, and equity, and this role will engage with our representative work on a global scale. Work with students of all identities to ensure they have access to the level of support they need to be successful.
Deliver immigration services for a specific population within the Office of Global Services (i.e., US and foreign national students and scholars studying or working abroad) to permit lawful entry into the country in which the individual will be studying or working. Advise on opportunities, rights and responsibilities under the law and refer to other University departments, attorneys, or governmental agencies as necessary. Counsel international students/scholars/employees on all personal, health, social, cultural, financial, and immigration matters related to their stay within the appropriate portal campus or Global Academic Center within the NYU 'Global Network University'. Collaborate with staff, schools, departments, and outside organizations (including embassies, consulates, vendors, and consultants) to provide information on immigration/mobility requirements and procedures.
NYU’s Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for an Associate Director, Relationship Management in our Office of Career Development. The Associate Director will oversee, conduct and participate in a variety of corporate recruitment activities including managing on-campus and virtual recruiting needs for a targeted industry. The Associate Director will implement end-to-end campus recruiting strategies for corporate partners and advise employers on branding & marketing, event management, and candidate selection & interviews. The Associate Director will identify, cultivate, and strengthen relationships with corporate recruiters to solicit interest in recruiting Stern full-time MBA students. The selected candidate will also track, analyze and report on student survey results, hiring results and benchmarking data to advise companies on best practices and lead annual formal briefings with recruiting stakeholders at top employers.
Conduct academic and registration advisement for significant cohort of students. Advise these students and process all necessary paperwork regarding registration, study abroad, permission to register off campus, leaves of absence, AWOL status and readmission. Review, troubleshoot and approve degree progress reports for graduation candidates. Create and maintain departmental student database. Manage departmental nominations for scholarships and allocation of merit ?based monetary awards
Develop and deliver departmental career development programming and services. Identify key professionals in the performing arts field, initiate, and cultivate ongoing relationships. Manage internship program. Assess professional training studio curriculum and extracurricular activities to ensure quality and availability of career development programming and assistance for the full variety of students’ interests. Collaborate with Associate Director of Special Projects and Tisch Office of External Affairs to create and execute a strategy for developing mutually beneficial relationships with department’s alumni. Manage industry showcase process. Develop and produce extracurricular career development workshops and programs.
The Application Developer supports and configures systems such as Single Sign-On (SSO), Multi-Factor Authentication, Password Systems, and Access / Role Management. Identity team uses ITIL practices for managing services and issues reported by their Service Manager and clients through Service Desk. Identity and Access Management systems. Subject matter for this role includes identity systems in support of access and role management such as LDAP, Grouper, Active Directory, and any replacement systems. This position reports to the Director of the IAM team within Enterprise Data Management. The Application Developer interacts closely on an operational level with NYU Global Service Desks, Infrastructure, Networking, and various other support and client teams in onboarding new client applications and resolving client technical issues.
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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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