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Shift: Saturday - Wednesday 3:00PM -11:00PM
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.
Provide the first level of customer service to patients of the Brooklyn office, 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.
Lead, train, and assist building service staff in inspecting, operating, maintaining and repairing building systems and equipment to perform safely and efficiently; respond to and complete client work requests; delegate tasks and work assignments to staff; ensure compliance with guidelines and work rules; perform preventive maintenance duties and routines, and provide other building-related services as required. Assist in collecting data, implementing tasks and maintaining data for a work order system.
Shift: Saturday - Thursday 11:00PM - 7:30AM (Shift starts Saturday at 11:00PM)
Responsible for hands-on maintenance of HVAC systems and related auxiliary equipment. Perform tasks that include installing, troubleshooting, repairing, adjusting, cleaning, greasing and replacing equipment, parts and supplies. Maintain the Shop and tools, work orders, logs and inventories. Report to the Manager of the HVAC Shop.
Lead, train, and assist building service staff in inspecting, operating, maintaining and repairing building systems and equipment to perform safely and efficiently; respond to and complete client work requests; delegate tasks and work assignments to staff; ensure complaince with guidelines and work rules; perform preventive maintenance duties and routines, and provide other building-related services as required. Assist in collecting data, implementing tasks and maintaining data for a work order system.
Working within the Facility and Operation procurement spend category (e.g., Maintenance and Repair Goods/Services, Security, Professional Services, Construction, Utilities, Fleet Management, Furniture, etc.) and in partnership with the University’s Facilities Operations and Construction Management teams. The Category Manager is responsible for independently managing several related procurement sub-category areas, including ensuring appropriate strategic alignment of the designated portfolios of assigned team members. In support of organizational mission and goals, the incumbent is accountable for effective strategic sourcing, negotiations, supplier relationship management, internal and external stakeholder relationship and management, contract creation and administration, and cost and price analysis. Manage, coordinate and coach one or two Category Lead(s) to ensure a unified category approach across the University community.
This role will have a hybrid work arrangement.
The Director for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) is responsible for managing and providing strategic direction to advance diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives at the College of Dentistry. The director will serve to help craft institution-wide educational excellence expectations around inclusion, diversity, belonging, and equity informed by current research and trends in higher education. The director will develop, implement, and assess diversity initiatives, programming and events for students, staff, faculty and researchers and provide direction to them as needed. The director will also liaise with NYU’s Office of Global Inclusion, Diversity, and Strategic Innovation (OGI) and external partners and stakeholders to strengthen diversity, equity and inclusion at the College of Dentistry.
The holder of this position will be based in Shanghai and from that vantage point will promote the interests of NYU Shanghai, as well as NYU’s global network more generally. The Communications Director will set and guide the strategy for all marketing, digital communications, and public affairs strategies. The Communications Director will be responsible for planning and managing all communications messaging and activities, so as to strengthen relationships with NYU Shanghai’s many and varied stakeholders. The Communications Director will partner with senior colleagues within the university on a variety of strategic initiatives to support NYU Shanghai’s mission.
The main responsibilities include:
- To conceive and implement effective communications strategies for NYU Shanghai that will deepen understanding of, and sharpen demand for, the work of NYU Shanghai – in Washington Square, throughout NYU’s global network, and with audiences in China, the United States, and around the world.
- To build and oversee an effective public affairs team of native Chinese and native English speakers that will execute the strategies effectively, agilely, and authentically for each linguistic and cultural audience. The work will require the use of varied communications methods, tailored to the needs of different contexts including traditional media, social media, and the internet.
- To advise the Chancellor and Vice Chancellor of NYU Shanghai about how they can extend global understanding of, and appreciation for, NYU Shanghai.
- To work with deans, the Secretariat, and other academic leaders of NYU Shanghai to ensure that faculty achievements, speeches, conferences, and symposia, receive maximum visibility and ensure that NYU Shanghai is perceived as both a top research university and the “go-to global institution” in China that “convenes talent” to deepen understanding of academic, business, and public policy topics.
- To work with colleagues in New York to create new opportunities to tell NYU Shanghai’s story in New York, in Washington, D.C., and with key influencers across the United States.
- To work with colleagues in New York to develop a strategy for sharpening communications about the uniqueness and distinctive value of NYU’s global network.
The position will be a three year appointment, subject to renewal if mutually agreeable.
The School of Professional Studies is seeking an individual to serve as the Service Design Lead (SDL) for the Center for Academic Excellence and Support. The SDL will have primary ownership of the Nexus patron support model and is responsible for building positive patron relations at the New York University School of Professional Studies (SPS). The SDL engages in work to enhance the NYU SPS Learning Ecosystem across the following areas: Learner-Centric Course Architecture; Goal-Driven Technology Adoption; Incubation of Faculty Labs and Initiatives; Learning Data and Research; and Design Sessions and Solutions Events for Internal and External Clients. As the lead service designer and problem solver, the SDL supervises a team of Service Associates to ensure each member of the team provides exceptional customer service. The SDL anticipates emerging service needs and designs/implements processes and protocols to deliver comprehensive, scalable solutions and achieve high-level response times. As a change agent committed to raising service standards, the SDL proactively looks for opportunities to improve the patron experience through the evaluation of team productivity and the analysis of data. The SDL also works closely with the Director of Operations and Learning (DOL), the Director of Research and Development, and the Head of Learning Experience to continuously enhance Nexus support resources and service procedures, and develop creative solutions for the community. Additionally, the SDL is an excellent communicator who applies best practices in service design to mentor and train Service Associates and improve team performance.
Provide four-handed chairside assistance to dentists. Instruct dental students and dental assistant students in techniques and utilization of four-handed dentistry and infection control. Perform tests; assist with preparing dental castings, dispensing medications and instructions, and performing minor dental and surgical procedures; ensure safe use, disposal, and storage of chemicals or hazardous materials. Maintain patient files and charts. Serve as clinic receptionist and clinic cashier.
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