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Manage day-to-day activity of assigned clinic, 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; supervise staff, and administer budgets.
This role is crucial for the efficient functioning of the Associate Dean of Clinical Administration and Revenue Cycle Management's extensive portfolio of responsibilities. Manage the budget and serve as project manager to ensure projects are effectively moving according to plan objectives, establish milestones, and create measurement criteria. Analyze a variety of institutional data and prepare summaries and recommendations for the Associate Dean. Independently conduct research on questions presented, synthesize and summarize with recommendations for the Associate Dean.
Advanced Excell skills required.
Reporting to the Assistant Registrar and Senior Specialist, the Registration and Scheduling Specialist is responsible for University registration and scheduling related policy and procedures. The Specialist is expected to have an in-depth understanding of University registration and scheduling policy, procedure, systems, and data maintenance associated with these functions. With peak period support from the Assistant Registrar and other Specialists, this Specialist manages registration and scheduling operations in the University Registrar, including but not limited to the configuration of registration appointments, holds, classroom scheduling, course catalogs, requisite maintenance, and exam schedules. The Registration and Scheduling Specialist maintains current knowledge of SIS updates, changes in reporting requirements, and compliance regulations; and regularly reviews office policies and procedures to ensure accurate, compliant, and timely management of University data and resources.
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.
Reporting to the Executive Director of Business Intelligence and Analytics, the Assistant Director will serve as a key resource in building and executing the UDAR data strategy that is crucial to the success of NYU Fundraising. This role will be responsible for the successful maintenance and growth of the UDAR Business Intelligence (BI) environment. Work with key stakeholders and business partners to serve as an “internal consultant” providing leadership, support, and training around analytics throughout UDAR and NYU schools. Partner with UDAR ITS and NYU IT to ensure system stability and performance is at the highest possible levels.
The Assistant Director will collaborate with the Infrastructure and Architecture teams to ensure the best practices for a BI implementation are followed for both Data Warehousing and Enterprise Reporting. The role will have the opportunity to work closely with a team that encourages innovation and collaboration with the immediate goal of supporting the BI initiatives within UDAR. Responsibilities include creating holistic dashboards; suggesting, creating, and executing data integration that drives fundamental improvements to the overall data insights experience and increases the overall adoption of the new BI platforms; identifying opportunities to improve data capture strategy and collaboratively implementing enhancements; and supporting key fundraising initiatives.
UDAR encourages work-life integration for our employees, therefore this position is eligible for a hybrid work arrangement.
As the primary client relationship manager for Principal Investigators and their staff, provide the technical expertise, leadership, and customer service necessary to effectively manage both public and private grants and contracts. Design and deliver training to clients to reinforce best practices and legal compliance. Act as a fiscal monitor, grant accounting expert, and post-award compliance authority. Administer post-award activities for NYU's global sites. Interpret complex award documents, as well as Federal government policies and their corresponding University policies, procedures and guidelines. Manage accounts using established OMB and Uniform Guidance requirements. Review analytical reports evaluating the grant portfolio or specific grant, contract accounting or finance issues. Prepare financial reports and invoices for all federal and non-federal awards. Monitor and troubleshoot departmental inquiries via ServiceLink and provide support to sponsors, administrators and other NYU departments on a daily basis. Respond to external and internal audits and management requests. Ensure the comprehensive documentation of all relevant financial activities. Participate in training new personnel and especial projects as directed by upper management. This role has a hybrid work schedule: Two days on-site and three days remote per week.
Serve as point person supporting the Department of Photography & Imaging’s (DPI) IT infrastructure, including Mac and Windows desktops, endpoints, learning spaces, and servers. Administer and support applications and databases. Provide tier-3 support for endpoints, servers, systems, and applications. Provide technical leadership for new systems, processes, and applications. Develop and support maintenance and security strategy to ensure smooth, uninterrupted operation and security of data; establish and implement backup, remote and cloud access procedures. Develop and provide technology training for staff and faculty. Research emerging technologies and make recommendations. Partner with University departments, schools to develop and implement university-wide technologies. Partner with consultants, vendors, and IT departments to resolve technical, operational and security needs.
The Center for Global Affairs in the School of Professional Studies is seeking a program administrator to provide student advisement and career counseling to new and prospective students in the Center for Global Affairs graduate programs on issues such as curriculum requirements, course selection, registration, withdrawals and career development. Plan and implement special student programs including prospective student outreach events, new student orientations, career workshops and speaker round-tables. Provide advisement to student clubs for related programs and events. Coordinate outreach and communications for the CGA graduate community (website, social media posts, newsletters, etc). Coordinate faculty recruitment initiatives and scholarship processes. Ensure program courses are scheduled, faculty appointed and oriented, and syllabi received. Attend marketing events and information sessions. Supervise office support staff.
The Department Administrator is a key member of the Chemical & Biomedical Engineering (CBE) department. The incumbent will manage a Program Coordinator, plan and execute processes for the delivery of programs that impact faculty, staff and students. Responsibilities include creation and maintenance of undergraduate and graduate master course offerings, manage department faculty and adjunct recruitment through Interfolio and lead the contracting process for services, ensuring that CBE has all of the necessary resources required to fulfill its academic mission. Also act as the first point of contact for all current and prospective members of the CBE community by managing the department communication. This position is also responsible for development and implementation of departmental initiatives and ad hoc special projects.
SHIFT: Wednesday - Sunday 2:30PM - 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.
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.
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