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SHIFT: Wednesday - Sunday 3:00PM-11:30PM
Primarily responsible for hands-on maintenance of HVAC systems and related auxiliary equipment.
The Archival Collections Management Department at New York University seeks a skilled and knowledgeable professional for a Processing Archivist position. The position is based in the Archival Collections Management Department (ACM) of Knowledge Access and Resource Management Services (KARMS), a unified archival technical services department supporting NYU’s archival repositories. The Processing Archivist will accession, process, and describe new and existing collections in NYU Special Collections.
Under the general supervision of the Accessioning Archivist, the successful candidate will:
- Arrange or oversee the arrangement of archival records in accordance with accepted archival standards. Describe or oversee the description of archival collections according to archival standards in the repository’s collections management database and publish EAD-encoded finding aids on the web. Prepare records for export in MARC format to the library’s online public access catalog.
- Accession new collection materials. Faithfully and independently represent administrative, legal, and descriptive information about new materials in collection management systems according to documented standard practices. Provide professional judgment for appraising the ongoing research value of new collections. Assign routine accessioning tasks to graduate students and supervise their work. Stabilize materials and provide description in a timely manner.
- Ensure completion of collections management and control activities, including collections assessment, stacks maintenance, coordinating preservation and reformatting activities with appropriate library departments, and collecting workflow, use, and other statistics about the collections.
- Participate in unit-wide meetings and planning; other duties as assigned. "Provide expert research assistance to faculty, students, external visitors, and library staff (e.g. present archival materials to scholars; provide information on holdings) in-person and via email, telephone, and mail."
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.
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.
The Assistant Director, Academic Assessment is responsible for analyzing enrollment patterns, demand for courses, pressure points in the curriculum, and other issues related to curriculum administration. In addition, this position will partner with Academic Affairs, Arts & Science, and University colleagues on related academic assessment initiatives, including enrollment management, curricular development and evaluation, and innovative reporting. This position will also institute processes to improve the mission of academic affairs experience of international, interdisciplinary, and cross-university curricula. This position will provide iterative assessment of the CAS curriculum with the ultimate goal of improving existing offerings and identifying potential new programs related to stakeholder priorities, course demand and student interest, faculty initiatives to develop new programs and online and technological enhancements to the CAS Curriculum.
The Associate Director, Technology Transfer NYU Abu Dhabi Manages activities related to the disclosure, protection and commercialization of new inventions and copyrightable works, and the transfer of innovations from NYU Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) to the marketplace. This includes assessing the commercial potential of new invention disclosures from faculty, identifying potential commercial partners, providing evaluations to management on the potential for startup formation, marketing to companies, and participating on the deal team to negotiate research and license agreements and post-deal diligence. Works seamlessly across senior leadership at NYUAD, research leadership at NYU, and NYU Technology Opportunities & Ventures (TOV) to improve the commercial outputs of NYUAD research and create internal efficiencies for compliance, document approval and execution, and faculty outreach. Position is located in the United Arab Emirates with travel to US 2-4x/year.
The School of Professional Studies (SPS) at NYU is seeking an Associate Dean and Chief of Staff to serve as a member of the School's leadership team. This position will report directly to the Dean, and will work collaboratively with and serve as the Dean's designate to other Deans, NYU's President, Provost, as well as trustees, faculty, students, and other constituents. This professional will implement the School's strategic planning process, oversee the SPS Office of Strategic Marketing and Communications; contribute to the development of the School's growth and branding strategies; direct a broad range of high-level, inter-department projects and develop and manage strategic initiatives around fundraising and alumni affairs.
University Development and Alumni Relations (UDAR) is dedicated to soliciting the private funding necessary to support the strategic goals of the University in teaching, learning, and research. The personnel of UDAR work university-wide as well as within individual schools and colleges of the University to discover, motivate, cultivate, solicit, and steward alumni, parents, faculty, and friends for immediate, long-range, and future financial support, through gifts and pledges to the University, for critical operations such as student aid, faculty support, academic and research program development, and facilities and infrastructure. UDAR's endeavors raise funds for immediate University use and also for the University's endowment.
The Assistant Director, Special Events, is a member of the Special Events team, whose goal is to cultivate and steward major donors and prospects through high-level events in collaboration with colleagues across UDAR. The Assistant Director is responsible for the strategic planning and execution of all logistics related to the implementation of 30+ high-level development and stewardship events on and off campus in New York City, in the US, and around the world as well as supporting team events. This role works closely with the Director of Special Events to build an events engagement strategy that supports UDAR’s fundraising and stewardship goals, as well as manage event budgets and marketing. The position requires travel (both domestic and international). The ADSE is a strong and organized project manager who will ensure that events are successfully executed to the highest caliber and meet rigorous standards of excellence.
UDAR encourages work-life integration for our employees, therefore this position is eligible for a hybrid work arrangement.
Under the direction of the Manager of HVAC, oversee and direct the preventative maintenance operational needs of the HVAC Shop. Direct and manage HVAC Mechanics and related trades, contractors, and clerical staff; arrange HVAC operations relating to special events. Consult with school personnel and facilities/building managers to establish priorities and level of service within budget constraints. Ensure work performed by the HVAC Shop adheres to NYC building codes and University policies (e.g., schedules, noise control, cleanliness of site, etc.) Participate in architectural and engineering planning for new projects as required. Manage HVAC Shop in absence of Manager.
SHIFT: Thursday - Monday 7:00AM - 3:00PM
As a key member of our NYU-POLY team, Maintenance Mechanics are responsible for keeping our properties in top-notch physical condition, inside and out. A typical day could include plumbing, electrical, fire alarm system maintenance, basic drywall; touch up painting, and appliance repairs, maintaining refrigeration, chilled water, and air conditioning equipment; boilers, and ventilating and hot water heaters;, pumps, valves, piping and filters; other mechanical and electrical equipment; cooling tower maintenance plus preventive maintenance and repairs. Addressing any maintenance issues and reporting to the Chief Engineer and Director of Facilities regarding issues when necessary.
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