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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.
The Industry Partnerships Manager is a part of the team responsible for managing academic operations of the M.S. Management of Technology (MOT) and M.S. Industrial Engineering (IE) programs in the Department of Technology Management and Innovation (TMI). This position will actively engage relevant companies to grow the department’s visibility across industries. Through the outreach to other organizations, incubators, companies, and Alumni the Manager will cultivate new corporate leads and partnerships to promote and support the department’s academic initiatives. The Manager will also oversee all non-academic aspects of capstone facilitation, coordination, and administration. This includes, (but is not limited to): Student project placements, project lifecycle tracking, workflow management, database creation/management, logistics, communications, donation facilitation, data maintenance, the vetting and approval of non-disclosure agreements (NDA), and report generation. The Manager will also have an additional function, which will be to work closely with Department Academic and Career Advisor to help identify and funnel potential internship and post-graduation career opportunities to TMI students.
NYU 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 Associate Vice President for Global Programs is expected to support, execute, and promote this commitment in the strategic planning of the academic programs and student care.
As one of the four key leaders for the Office of Global Programs, this position works closely with senior NYU leadership, schools, departments, and key faculty in Abu Dhabi, New York, and Shanghai to offer high-quality academic and student service programs at the study away sites. This position is a special liaison between the Office of Global Programs and NYU Abu Dhabi, and NYU Shanghai to facilitate circulation and integration of students and programs globally. Reporting directly to this position are the Assistant Vice President for Global Academic Planning, and Senior Director for Student Services and Support, and their respective teams and, indirectly, the academic and student service teams at each global site.
A key focus of the position is to ensure the effective delivery of excellence in our academic programs, experiential learning opportunities, and the student experience, consistent with NYU's leadership in international higher education. Serves as a key senior administrator reporting to the Vice President for Global Programs and is expected to imagine and develop new opportunities for effectively utilizing NYU’s global assets, given higher education’s changing, post-pandemic landscape. The incumbent will lead teams in academic planning and student services to develop and implement strategies to support university goals, partnering with schools/departments and Student Affairs. This position must lead us in extensive and continual rethinking and integrating curricular planning and circulation of students in the global network through Fall, J-term, Spring, and Summer terms. The position will be responsible for overseeing the development and implementation of global site academic planning, with relevant support services in partnership with student affairs and academic services, to help students integrate study away opportunities into their academic plan.
This position will provide oversight of senior global student life teams and will help build and improve key student life infrastructure at the global sites; will work with New York colleagues in Student Affairs, including Housing, to ensure enrollment planning and housing planning are aligned, and other logistical support is in place; and, serve as a key liaison between the Office of Global Programs and the Global Liaisons at each of the schools on student services needs and issues.
This role will work heavily with Salesforce, internal and external applications. The developer will be responsible for the maintenance, development, and implementation of new workflows, managing and provisioning accounts, building dashboards and reports, integrating systems using APIs or other integrations, upgrade releases, and all other Administrator duties. This role will also work closely with Academic, Administrative, and Research departments to streamline processes, resolve problems, implement solutions, and further improve efficiencies.
Endless Frontier Labs, founded at New York University, Stern School of Business, guides scientific and technical founders through a performance-driven mentoring process. Participating startups receive access to mentorship, venture capital, and business development over the nine-month program. To support these efforts, NYU Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for an Associate Director, Operations, Endless Frontier Labs.
The selected candidate will lead the Endless Frontier Labs operations including program development, operational strategy, technology and project management, events planning, process refinement, and overall administrative management. In conjunction with Director, the Associate Director will strategically develop, implement, and evaluate Endless Frontier Labs and its programs with particular emphasis on building internal efficiency, long-term sustainability, and strategic partnership enhancement. The Associate Director will Implement and expand a project management system, manage the day-to-day operations, lead initiatives to support the growth and continuous improvement of the Endless Frontier Labs program. The Associate Director will also serve as the primary liaison and communications manager for constituents (mentors, startup founders, partners, investors, MBA students, Stern collaborators, and faculty, etc.) through consolidation and standardization of all major communications throughout cycle and manage team focusing on events management and execution, digital communications, and general administration of program.
NYU's Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for a Program Administrator, International Exchanges & Special Program. The selected candidate will plan and implement initiatives for Stern's Undergraduate College international exchanges and special programs (IE&SP). The Program Administrator will create and administer the International Business Exchange program (IBEX) application process; develop and manage short-term international immersion programs; oversee the Summer @ Stern application, selection and orientation process for visiting students; serve as an official Trip Leader and NYU Campus Security Authority (CSA) on trips with students and serve as the primary on-call NY emergency contact for faculty, staff, students and parents during the international trips.
The Incident Response Administrator serves as a member of the Incident Response Team (IRT), located within Residential Life and Housing Services (RLHS), to provide immediate non-clinical crisis and critical incident response to residential students during night and weekend hours. The IRT reports to the Incident Response Manager. The Incident Response Administrator responds to incidents on-site and coordinates with and supports other RLHS personnel and Resident Assistants (RAs), Counseling and Wellness Services, NYU Department of Public Safety, and NYC services including NYPD and EMS to assess incidents as they arise. The Incident Response Administrator provides consultation and support to RAs and other staff in non-critical incident response and conflict resolution. The regular hours for this position are 5:00PM – 2:45AM, four shifts per week, with the team operating 7 nights per week. Regular weekend/holiday coverage is required. Office sites are located in both Manhattan and Brooklyn.
Develop procedures and performs fire and life safety inspections, training and consultation to ensure that Campus facilities, work procedures, research protocols/or scientific research laboratories, art facilities, comply with federal and local laws, results, policies and procedures that regulate one of several safety compliance specialties. Specialties include fire and life safety, fire protection and fire engineering design, safety and health compliance (OSHA), chemical safety, and hazardous waste. Manages the safety and Compliance Program for New York University and acts as a representative with regulatory agencies as necessary in working to correct the violation. Collaborates with Facility Managers and FM Global to ensure recommendations made during inspections are responded to. Works with client, including architect to bring plans into compliance. Manage all required inspections to ensure cradle-to-grave compliance. Assess and monitor University buildings at all site locations for life safety including alarm systems, standpipe and sprinkler systems.
NYU's Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for an Assistant Director, Communications in the Undergraduate College. The selected candidate will work with the Undergraduate College Communications team on all marketing communications efforts for many audiences, including prospective and current students and their parents, faculty, staff, recruiters, and alumni. They will execute digital communications content strategy in a highly coordinated fashion to ensure a clear, consistent, and accurate brand impression. The selected candidate will lead prospective and admitted student communications plans and supervise a team of student ambassadors and a graduate fellow. Other responsibilities include tracking, assembling, understanding, and reporting metrics and data to measure outcomes of marketing various undergraduate programs and initiatives.
Partner with the Director, Student Accounts-Data & Reporting to ensure: correct revenue flows to the University’s general ledger, timely tuition calculation set-up, posting and updating of tuition and fees charged, and accuracy and integrity of the bill. Provide analytical and technical support for Student Financials General Ledger Interface and applications. Ensure the integrity of data in SIS, develop Brio/Peoplesoft reports for Fiscal Officers and others as requested. Develop, document, and maintain standards, policies and procedures. Create new business processes or enhancements to existing processes that promote essential activities such as tuition calculation and configuration of the cross walk Item Types from SIS to General Ledger. Monitor for and resolve GL interface errors between Campus and Fame. Ensure all item types are set up and maintained correctly. Create queries to monitor accuracy of revenue generated and ensure it maps to and is passed to the GL. Provide support for and oversee reconciliation of Student Financials to the university General Ledger. Serve as the University Bursar's lead in the review of continuous improvement initiatives as they relate to the integrity of student financial data. Serve as primary departmental representative on behalf of the Bursar on a variety of University-wide cross-functional initiatives. Serve as primary Bursar liaison to financial officers and managers within the Global Network's portal campuses and study-away sites as they relate Data Integrity and student financials data.
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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