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Provide high level support to the Senior Associate Dean and External Affairs leadership in building and nurturing mutually beneficial relationships with prospects and donors through managing information and communicating the School’s impact. They will interface closely with the Dean’s Office, create and manage meeting materials and generate annual critical communication plans; draft high-level correspondences with School stakeholders. Research new funding opportunities for the school as well as student, alumni, faculty, Dean's Council, donor, and parent accomplishments. Assess, prioritize, and resolve ad hoc and sensitive/confidential inquiries, and compile and analyze data and research to support institutional decision-making.
Working with portfolios within IT spend categories, the Contract Lead is responsible for independently leading complex IT purchasing contract negotiations for the University, including determination of need, contract creation, contract execution and renewals. Acts a primary point of contact between business areas and vendors during the contracting process. Anticipates business needs and identifies opportunities for cost reduction and service level improvements with vendors. Actively participates in and leads meetings and planning with other procurement resources, the Procurement Contract Manager, the NYUIT team and NYU stakeholders. Support the IT Category team with the goal of improved customer satisfaction, achievement of greater efficiencies, reduction of risk, and realizing financial cost savings.
Perform a variety of costume construction tasks for new costume pieces used in departmental acting productions. Perform a variety of alterations to rental and/or recycled costumes according to individual performer specifications. Perform fittings on rented items as needed. Construct and refurbish stock items; maintain inventory and oversee the receipt of materials inventory. Perform routine maintenance and basic repair of equipment and tools; train casual and student employees with the use of and care of equipment and tools.
Manage day-to-day operations of Production Center for Tisch School of the Arts: develop and implement operational and creative policies and practices to ensure student production run smoothly and successfully and that the safety and security of faculty, students, facilities, and equipment is realized. Design and conduct technical workshops and seminars in response to and adapted to meet faculty and students’ needs; ensure training is consistent with established industry and School curricular standards and related film technologies. Advise students on productions; serve as resource expert recommending production options to students and resolving complex problems. Supervise full- and part-time technical support and student employees.
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; consult with dental students and faculty to resolve patient problems; authorize special payment arrangements and approve discounts; supervise staff and administer budgets. Conduct audits for all clinics in the department, ensuring integrity for clinical protocol and fiscal data.
SHIFT: Monday and Tuesday 3:00PM - 11:00PM, Friday and Saturday 11:00PM - 7:00AM, Sunday 3:00PM - 11:00PM
Operate, maintain and perform minor repairs to combined heat and power systems and equipment to perform safely and efficiently; monitor and respond to changes in operating conditions to maintain continuous plant performance; perform preventive maintenance duties and routines.
SHIFT: Monday - Friday 8:00AM - 4:00PM
Install, maintain, troubleshoot and repair combined heat and power and chilled water systems and connected equipment to perform safely and efficiently; perform preventive, predictive and corrective maintenance duties and routines. Perform routine and emergency maintenance on high temperature hot water, chilled water and electrical distribution piping, valves and controls throughout the NYU portfolio of properties. Perform housekeeping, painting, labeling etc on plant equipment and systems. Complete assigned tasks safely and efficiently utilizing good work practice as part of a maintenance team or working independently with minimal supervision. Perform advanced troubleshooting and diagnosis on plant equipment, systems and controls. Correct and repair advanced mechanical, electrical and instrumentation faults on plant equipment. Understand how to troubleshoot equipment faults/failures and identify root causes of plant issues. Recommend a repair/recovery strategy to return plant to normal operating condition. Must be able to communicate effectively on e-mail, radio and via phone. Repair and maintain machinery, mechanical and electrical equipment in accordance with diagrams, sketches, operating manuals, manufacturers' specifications or supervisor s instructions, using hand and power tools, precision measuring or testing devices. Observe, calibrate, troubleshoot and adjust a wide variety of control valves, transmitters, PLC's and various instrumentation and control devices to assure proper operation and repair. Assist in the scoping, planning and schedule of shutdowns and repairs.Order supplies and replacement parts used in the plant as required and directed. Respond to emergencies and determines corrective actions using available resources.
Performs supervisory, advanced technical and administrative supervision for Cogeneration Plant Maintenance & Operations shops. Provides support as directed to the Sr, Manager & Maintenance Manager. Directs and schedules the preventative maintenance and repair of Plant equipment. Assists Plant Management in the design, planning, installation, and commissioning of planned Plant Expansion.
Report to the Director, Energy Engineering. Responsible for advancing energy management efforts on campus and for the implementation of initiatives as related to building automation and metering systems. Working closely with the facility management, technical services and construction management groups, identify, evaluate and support the deployment of cost-effective energy management initiatives to drive environmental improvement, energy reduction and operational excellence across the NYU portfolio of properties. Evaluate the operational condition of a variety of Building Management Systems (BMS) throughout the NYU campuses by setting up and analyzing data trends for analysis and diagnostics. Recommend modifications of sequence of operations for building systems to optimize performance and efficiency. Coordinate, track and manage the optimization and repairs of the systems controlled by the BMS. Assist with identifying and managing the repair and replacement of malfunctioning building management system components on campus.
The Assistant Director, Advisement & Student Services will manage and oversee all academic, administrative, and student services operations of selected academic programs. Manage flow of student issues and concerns; provide direct counseling and advisement services to students. Develop and manage program budgets. Collaborate with faculty directors to develop short- and long-term goals for the academic programs and services provided to the students. Develop and cultivate effective relationships with University and School constituencies and outside contacts to help achieve program objectives. Serve as a reader on the admissions committee and represent the programs at recruitment events.
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