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The Assistant Director is the first-line administrator responsible for maintaining positive operating margin at the laboratory level and for meeting and exceeding the annual budget. This position reports to the Associate Dean of Clinical Administration and Revenue Cycle Management and provides direct oversight and management support of teams within Clinical Administration to support the delivery of patient care services, which includes The Central Dental Laboratory and the Implant Management Team. The Assistant Director will assist with the development of policies and procedures for the Central Dental Laboratory and Implant Management. Supervise all laboratory and implant personnel and provides leadership and direction including recruiting, coaching and developing staff. Ensure compliance with New York College of Dentistry and any regulatory agency policies and procedures. Provide management support in operational compliance and other projects and initiatives that is requested by senior leadership.
The College of Dentistry is the custodian of many types of sensitive, mission-critical data used in its principal operational areas, clinical, academic, research, administration, and student services. The Assistant Director will lead Dentistry’s Cybersecurity Analytics and Operations team in the creation, implementation, and tracking of a comprehensive, best-practices-based cybersecurity program to protect these data and the systems which house them. She or he will direct cybersecurity operations through the implementation, management, and refinement in the use of data sources and analytical techniques by Dentistry’s Cybersecurity staff and Technology & Infornatics Services (TIS) staff members. The Assistant Director position is both a highly collaborative – working closely with the CIO, the IT Regulatory and Operations Analyst, Senior Directors and their staffs, and the Office of Compliance and Emergency Response – and one with significant individual responsibilities. Ensure that the NYU Dentistry IT environment is secure and that its practices fulfill College and NYU policies as related to IT security and protection of sensitive records, as well for meeting applicable federal, state, and local regulations. Manage the continuous improvement of the overall security posture of our information systems and our end-point computing environments in response to the changing technological, educational, and clinical environments; oversee IT activities and processes, and provide hands-on assistance in reviewing and re-engineering processes as appropriate. There are five main areas of focus for this position: Projects, Operations, Regulatory Posture, Incident Response, and Training/Awareness.
Dispense supplies, instruments, disposable materials, and equipment. Maintain inventory and order supplies. Receive orders, check in items, identify discrepancies between supplies ordered versus received. Stock shelves and set up and maintain supply counters, instruments, and procedure trays. Assist with maintenance of physical condition of clinic. Clean dental equipment.
The School of Professional Studies is seeking an Assistant Director of Finance and Administration to manage operating and revenue budgets for the School of Professional Studies including controlling and approving expenditures and auditing departmental accounts. Assist Director with long-range forecasting and strategic financial planning. Establish, manage and maintain financial reporting systems for the department. Supervise 4 full-time clerical support staff who prepare and process payroll and payments.
Responsible for planning, organizing, and coordinating the career development services of the Mathematics in Finance program; a professional Master's program in quantitative finance based out of New York University's Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences. Note: This is a contract, short-term role.
- Create a comprehensive career function that cultivates relationships with employers and provides them with a reliable pipeline for talent.
- Develop and deliver a series of targeted training seminars and workshops that prepare students for the financial industry.
- Provide concierge advisory services to students to assist them in obtaining internships and full-time employment.
- Establish metrics to substantiate the value of each career development activity.
- Maintain and further expand the program's industry relationships and network.
- Create an environment of openness and inclusivity.
- Provide individual coaching services and guidance in developing self-marketing and branding tools such as job search strategies, resume critiques, preparation of cover letters and personal statements, interview skills, networking, portfolio development, and negotiation skills.
- Conduct mock interviews by creating specific questions that are relevant to the field of internship or employment students are pursuing, and then provide constructive feedback to students.
- Conduct post-work placement interviews with students to discuss experiences and future goals.
- Write career and skill development materials, and design interview tools.
- Write a variety of documents including, training materials, correspondence and workshop plans.
- Plan and coordinate logistics and resources, for career events, information sessions, workshops and speaker presentations.
- Track attendance of students using services and compare statistics for an analysis of trends and ROI.
- Gather, compile, and analyze information identifying market data, trends, and job opportunities.
- Request participation and invite employers to post-employment opportunities within the department.
- Act as a liaison between faculty, staff and students to ensure the timely communication of information.
All of the above should have a quantifiable number or measurement.
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