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Provide administrative management support to staff/faculty in the department Administration, Leadership, and Technology (ALT) department in the Brooklyn Campus. Manage department events, including conferences, lecture series, talks, roundtables, budget, etc. Supervise clerical and student workers. Serve as the department liaison with the Jay St facility crew.
This is a grant funded position. Organize and stage prescreening events and make presentations to local area community organizations to identify and recruit subjects for U01 SDF Clinical Trial. Evaluate arrangements and recommend appropriate changes to supervisor. Plan and implement off-site dental screenings for potential study subjects; negotiate program logistics to bring study team from the College to community organizations for events. Ensure follow up with potential subjects in a timely and appropriate manner.
The Hartford Institute for Geriatric Nursing (HIGN) at NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing is committed to developing an inter-professional workforce that is competent in addressing issues of aging so that older people achieve optimal health and quality of life. HIGN is recognized around the globe for its online resources which assist practicing professionals, faculty and students to provide evidence-based care. The E-Learning Project Administrator will oversee our online learning projects, learning managing system, and our website to ensure content is current and publicly available. The incumbent will also be responsible for oversight of a rotating group of temps, consultants, and instructional design student workers hired on a project-by-project basis to create online modules.
- Coordinate and manage online module creation and distribution. This involves: broad project planning; communicating and coordinating with subject matter experts (SMEs) to incorporate content into modules without losing appropriate meaning and learning outcomes; scheduling recording sessions and record approved scripts with voiceover talent; ensure modules are interactive and appropriate for target audience; ensure modules follow WCAG 2.0 guidelines for 508c compliance.
- Prepare documentation for review, including scripts and continuing education paperwork; confirm correct branding and copyrighting are on all materials; onboard and manage temps, consultants, and student instructional designers (both graduate and undergraduate) that are hired on a project-by-project basis.
- Manage e-Learning resources in the Learning Management System (LMS) and on website, including maintain record and knowledge of available resources, age of resources and continuing education requirements for resources.
- Communicate with individual users and institutional contacts; authorize and process requests for LMS access and security permission; analyze, evaluate, diagnose all issues with LMS; generate reports on learner progress according to schedule and upon request; identify ways to market HIGN resources, and incorporate API integration for new online modules.
- Oversee HIGN website to ensure content is current and publicly available, including updating information as needed and when requested, and managing URL domains.
- Support and inform Executive and Associate Directors’ strategic planning and marketing initiatives, along with project support, and providing overall technical perspective and expertise on both proposals and current grant initiatives.
- Coordinate mobile app creation and distribution by working with developers to ensure appropriate paths for app content and communicating with content experts to incorporate content into modules without losing appropriate meaning (as needed).
New York University has embarked on an exciting pilot program which has been bringing together faculty leaders, forming a collaborative University-wide initiative in aging-related issues focused initially on research and problem-solving. We are currently looking for a Project Administrator to be a part of this interdisciplinary team and play a key role in the Aging Incubator Initiative. S/he will be responsible for providing a broad range of complex management services. The position involves a high level of organizing and coordination efforts on behalf of the Aging Incubator, functioning as a point of contact between the various units of NYU and among the Aging Incubator Directorship, comprised of three Directors, all who have expertise in aging and aging related research.
- Establish project plans to ensure key milestones and business needs and objectives are met.
- Consult with stakeholders, user groups, and staff to describe and define scope of project, project specifications, resource requirements, schedule, and provide suggested actions to complex problems in order to meet project and/or plan objectives.
- Analyze feedback and reports into actionable deliverables.
- Provide on-going support for assigned projects, including the coordination of creating project documentation, developing timelines, outlining deliverables, and providing feedback and clarification to NYU Aging Incubator leadership team, faculty, and students, as necessary.
- Provide practical and economical solutions to new business needs and recommend refinement and/or modification of workflows; prepare feasibility studies and cost/benefit analysis.
- Create and maintain project plan and schedule throughout project lifecycle. Capture, monitor, and/or mitigate risks and issues. Work with the NYU Aging Incubator leadership team to ensure proper human resource allocation to ensure expected delivery time and quality.
- Assist with the creation and implementation of university-wide project initiatives i.e. Brown Bags, Award Competitions, Image and Innovations, Speaker Series and Fellows' Functions.
- Assist NYU Aging Incubator leadership team with the implementation and long term strategic planning of new projects and how they relate, identifying inter-dependencies.
- Manage the tracking, updating and reporting of project statuses. Provide reports to management on the progress of managed projects.
SHIFT: Thursday - Monday 2:30PM - 11:00PM
Primarily responsible for hands-on maintenance of HVAC systems and related auxiliary equipment.
Oversee health requirement operations for the Student Health Center to ensure compliance with New York State Public Health Laws 2165 and 2165(NYSPHL 2165/2167) and NYU policy for required immunization regarding immunization requirements for attendance at Colleges and Universities in New York State and New York University policy for all matriculated students at Washington Square, Brooklyn and the Global sites. Interpret and communicate policies and procedures to students, parents and University stakeholders and monitor compliance with the requirements. Evaluate Student Health Center health requirement policies and processes and make recommendations to supervisor for changes.
Reporting to the Residence Hall Director, and a member of the three-person leadership team for the assigned House, this live-in position manages the House's day-to-day community development services and programs in an effort to create residential living and learning communities. Supervise Resident Assistants. Liaison with House Council. Provide crisis intervention to residents; assess nature of problems and resolve or refer to supervisor for resolution. Conduct initial investigation of alleged violations of University and residence policies, hold meetings, interview participants, determine degree/seriousness of violations, and issue sanctions. This position is responsible for assigned after-hours/weekend/holiday on-call duties on a rotational basis to address any House based emergency.
NYU’s prestigious Leonard N. Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity available for an Assistant Director, Office of Student Engagement. This position will collaborate with MBA student organizations, assessing, recommending, and providing resources to enhance the quality and content of student groups’ programs and events. The selected candidate will ensure MBA student activities and events needs are being met. The Assistant Director will also evaluate the quality of service delivery against peer MBA programs’ events and activities.
A vital member of the Enrollment Management Marketing & Communications team, the Senior Assistant Director for Pipeline Marketing works to engage, develop, and support internal and external programming promoting pathways to NYU. The incumbent will develop and oversee integrated campaigns to engage middle and high school aged students and positively impact college readiness opportunities for under-resourced schools and communities, and help position NYU as an industry leader in college access programming. The Senior Assistant Director will be a multidisciplinary communications professional, advancing efforts in print and digital marketing.
NYU’s prestigious Leonard N. Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for a Planning and Academic Services Program Administrator within the Undergraduate College. Under the direction of the Assistant Dean and Director, the Program Administrator will collect, synthesize and analyze enrollment, demographic, student success, course and financial data, including identifying trends and generating reports/visualizations. This position will manage the processing of action based scholarships for undergraduate students including coordinating, reviewing and evaluating applications for the Undergraduate College. S/he will manage the administrative process for the Undergraduate College's learning assessment plan to meet the assurance of learning requirements for NYU and Stern’s accreditation organizations. The selected candidate will also work collaboratively with the Stern Budget Department to troubleshoot budget processing issues, improve financial aid services, and administer departmental budgets. In conjunction with Assistant Dean and Director, the incumbent will develop and maintain policy and procedure documents/manuals, and develop, implement and maintain systems that are unique to the Undergraduate College's planning and reporting needs and are in line with University and Stern protocols.
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