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Provide direct patient care under the direction of licensed medical provider or registered nurse. Assist medical providers during patient visits including, during minor in-office procedures; administer treatments, vaccines, and medications to patients under patient specific orders. Perform patient and lab tests using specialized equipment requiring significant specialized training. Observe all procedures and standards, ensuring safety of patients and staff and safe use of equipment. Perform phlebotomy, specimen collection and CLIA waived laboratory testing following laboratory policies and procedures. Perform tests and document all test results in the EHR. Document lab quality controls in appropriate electronic systems.
Provide diagnostic psychiatric assessments, formulate psychiatric treatment program and provide follow-up care to NYU students; prepare and maintain medical records on patients treated. Instruct and review patient assessments and treatments charted by psychiatric residents. This is a part time role.
Arts and Science is seeking a dedicated Student Affairs Administrator to join the Liberal Studies team. This individual will assists with the development, implementation, and evaluation of programs and activities. Researches and assesses clubs, programs, and resources. Acts as a liaison between students and student groups to assist with issues resolution. Supervises, trains, and mentors support staff. Develops and implements strategic plans with guidance. Bachelor's degree required and two years experience.
The Population Health Analyst will conduct relevant data and analyses, research, evaluations, and assessments to inform strategic and tactical planning for the implementation of best practices in population health with the end-goal of improving student health outcomes at the University. The incumbent will also support the Assistant Director of Population Health in developing program or policy proposals and designing and implementing programs and services that enhance the Student Health Center’s community health initiatives.
The Student Health Center (SHC) at New York University (NYU) is a dynamic health care service that supports the well-being and academic success of over 60,000 students studying all over the world. The SHC near Washington Square is our main facility for medical services and houses Primary Care, Women’s Health, Medical Specialties, Radiology, Physical Therapy, Pharmacy and more. This site is also home to and integrated with Counseling and Wellness, one of the most robust college mental health services in the U.S.
We are currently hiring primary care providers who want to become a part of our dynamic college health service. We have traditionally offered appointment-based primary care and urgent care. Despite the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, we are providing high quality and safe primary care through virtual visits and limited in-person appointments. Providers in the primary care department are also expected to contribute to the mission of the NYU Covid-19 Prevention and Response Team by working at our Covid-19 testing sites and providing Covid-19 case management.
In support of a highly dynamic, creative, and technical department design, plan, implement, administer, and maintain departmental infrastructure and software including database, web servers, and applications. Work with Faculty, NYU IT, Tisch IT, other departmental Administrators to meet infrastructural needs. Manage and direct the overall and day to day efforts of a small number of developers, designers, and student workers. Execute and develop project plans, goals, and business process analysis. Identify resources required for complex information technology projects. Create and implement online learning platforms. Manage budget for network services, servers, related software licensing, and other service fees.
New York University seeks an experienced, strategic, and innovative leader with exceptional communication and interpersonal capabilities to serve as its Associate Vice President, Global Resiliency and Security (AVP). As a member of the NYU Department of Public Safety and the Vice President, Global Campus Safety’s leadership team, the AVP will partner with University leadership, the Vice President, the University community, and a talented group of campus safety and security professionals across the University to direct NYU’s emergency preparedness in New York and for all global locations, and to provide a safe and secure environment for students, faculty, administrators, staff, visitors, and assets at the University in New York and abroad.
About NewYork University
Founded in 1831 with a mission to be a center of higher learning that would be open to all, regardless of national origin, religious beliefs, or social background, New York University is today the largest private university in the United States and a leader in global education. From a student body of 158 during NYU’s very first semester, enrollment has grown to more than 52,000 students at five major centers in Manhattan, Brooklyn and at sites in Abu Dhabi, Shanghai, and ten global study locations located on six continents. Today, students come from every state in the union and from 133 foreign countries. NYU’s alumni community is nearly 470,000 strong and spans a global network of 183 foreign countries in addition to the United States.
NYU is characterized by its commitment to academic excellence, entrepreneurial spirit, and creative innovation. Its schools and colleges encompass the arts and sciences, law, medicine, business, dentistry, education, nursing, performing and fine arts, public administration, engineering, social work, and continuing and professional studies. Its renowned faculty includes recipients of Nobel, Pulitzer, and Abel Prizes; Academy, Grammy, and Tony Awards; National Medals for Science and the Arts; and the MacArthur Fellowship, among many others. Thriving beyond borders and across academic disciplines, NYU has emerged as one of the most networked and extensive worldwide platforms for learning, teaching, researching, building knowledge, and inventing new ways to meet humanity’s challenges.
About the NYU Department of Public Safety
The NYU Department of Public Safety (DPS) is committed to providing safety and security for our community and property, enabling the pursuit of academic and professional goals. DPS achieves its mission by blending people, process and technology and carrying out strategic initiatives while adhering to its core values:
- Professionalism: Exemplifying trusted, professional service with integrity, compassion and respect.
- Excellence: Providing exceptional service through strategic planning and high-level performance, advancing preparedness in our diverse environments.
- Community: Fostering diversity by cultivating strong partnerships with all members of our community.
In an increasingly complex safety and security landscape, NYU's Department of Public Safety, in partnership with the global University community, takes pride in serving as the...
... friendly face and support network of our community.
... steady hand in an emergency.
... vigilant presence on campus ready to respond when called upon.
... leader in campus security technology.
New York University's Department of Public Safety is comprised of 45 staff members and approximately 350 security staff serving a population of over 50,000 full time students, faculty and staff in over 100 buildings in New York City (residence halls, academic facilities, etc.), at sites in Abu Dhabi, Shanghai, and ten global study locations located on six continents.
Reporting to the Vice President, Global Campus Safety, the Associate Vice President, Global Resiliency and Security will have the following key areas of responsibility:
- Providing a safe and secure environment for students, faculty, administrators, staff, visitors, and assets at the University in New York and abroad;
- The management and direction of NYU’s emergency preparedness in New York and for all global locations;
- Oversight of the University's emergency response plans, Global Security Operations Center, fire life safety director program and continuity plans, and the training of personnel in support of this work;
- Assuring regulatory compliance; and
- Oversight of global security operations for the Global Academic Centers.
The Associate Vice President will represent the department to the University and external community in achieving the goals of the department and making administrative decisions required for safety and security, including leading and overseeing Emergency Preparedness efforts and operations for NYU.
The Associate Director, Admissions will manage the admissions process for masters and doctoral programs. This position will also be responsible for a) developing and implementing operations to improve new student enrollment through the use of institutional data, b) evaluating applicant credentials and determining admissibility of applicants, c) scheduling, planning, and executing admissions recruiting events, d) evaluation of the effectiveness of recruitment efforts, admissions policies and procedures e) contributing to the unit's efforts to identify and assess Wagner's target markets, f) analyze admissions data and design reports, and f) developing and supervising administrative/professional, office and student support staff.
Leading a two to three-person professional team for the assigned residence hall, this live-in position directs all aspects of the programs and services for the assigned residence hall (both the community development as well as the housing operational aspects, such as move in/out, room changes, and semester transition). Directly supervises the Residence Hall Assistant Director (RHAD) and the Residence Hall Resource Manager (RHRM), and oversees them in carrying out their respective duties. Provides crisis intervention to residents; assesses nature of problems and resolves or refers for resolution. Conducts investigations of alleged violations of University and residence hall policies, holds meetings, determines degree/seriousness of violations, and issue educational sanctions. This position is responsible for assigned after-hours/weekend/holiday on-call duties on a rotational basis to address any residence hall based emergencies. Advises students and collaborates with staff and faculty to create living/learning communities that enrich the students' University experience. Develops and implements residential learning community programs and initiatives; assists with enhancing student development. Oversees the residence hall budget, collaborates with facilities and housekeeping, and participates in assigned departmental committees.
Provide clinical assessment, short-term psychotherapy, and group therapy to a diverse student population; provide consultation to faculty and staff regarding student's counseling needs; plan and conduct outreach activities for various university groups; participate in training and professional development activities; provide crisis assessment and intervention services; practice in accordance with appropriate legal and ethical standards. Responsibilities will also include assessing suicidal concerns and when appropriate, arranging for hospitalization, assessing severity of presenting problems, formulating treatment plans, and providing appropriate psychotherapeutic interventions which may include referral for long-term treatment. Responsibilities will be performed both in-person and remotely as indicated.
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.
NYU is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to a policy of equal treatment and opportunity in every aspect of its recruitment and hiring process without regard to age, alienage, caregiver status, childbirth, citizenship status, color, creed, disability, domestic violence victim status, ethnicity, familial status, gender and/or gender identity or expression, marital status, military status, national origin, parental status, partnership status, predisposing genetic characteristics, pregnancy, race, religion, reproductive health decision making, sex, sexual orientation, unemployment status, veteran status, or any other legally protected basis. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, persons of minority sexual orientation or gender identity, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply for vacant positions at all levels.