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Advise New York University's College of Dentistry students on academic and administrative requirements for registration and related services. Interpret and communicate information regarding grades, honors, maintenance of matriculation and equivalencies, degree audit, transcripts, graduation, etc. Ascertain all policy and procedural changes for schools and administrative offices, analyst changes to determine negative impacts that could effect students, and advise students and College and administrative offices and recommend possible alternatives. Analyze student status and certification requirements for all guaranteed loan programs and NYS aid programs; advise students and parents on Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) loan deferments.
The College of Arts and Science is seeking an experienced Academic Case Manager to join their team. Reporting to the Assistant Director, this indivudal will assist in reaching out to and assisting students who experience disruption in the normal course of study as a result of academic difficulty, personal crisis or traumatic event. The Academic Case Manager will serve as primary contact and offer follow-up support for students taking and returning from medical leaves of absence, and students who are in need of additional academic support, as referred to by faculty, staff and administration. The Academic Case Manager will serve as an advocate that provides support and guidance, connecting students with university resources as needed to facilitate retention. They will have continued engagement with students while on leave to help facilitate preparation for returning to NYU. In addition, the Academic Case Manager will advise and counsel a cohort of first-year students, serving as the primary academic advisor until they declare their majors, and remaining as a support and resource person throughout their undergraduate career.
The Division of Applied Undergraduate Studies at the School of Profession Studies is seeking an advisor to advise students on academic programs, policies and procedures and provide career counseling. Other responsibilities include: interpret University and school policies and recommend exceptions to policy when appropriate.
Under supervision of the Director and Budget Manager, the Financial Analyst will be responsible for a variety of financial and budgetary activities, with particular focus on the compilation and circulation of financial reporting to the Division of Libraries senior leaders and departmental managers, reconciliation and analysis of revenue and expense budgets, and administration of both internal and University fiscal policies and expense controls. The analyst may be asked to perform financial forecasting, modeling, variance analysis, and other ad-hoc requests as needed. The analyst will also support the processing of personnel and non-personnel transactions and oversee monthly account activity.
Provide customer service and support across public service desks and Access, Delivery & Resource Sharing Services (ADRSS) units (Circulation, Reserves, Library Privileges, Stacks, Delivery & Resource Sharing Services, and Offsite) in accordance with library policies and workflows. ADRSS Assistants will be assigned to work in other units on a regular basis to meet workflow demands. Duties include but are not limited to: facilitating user services, circulating library materials, processing fees and payments, processing user requests and determining user privileges. Respond to user and visitor inquiries in-person, over the telephone, and via a variety of online environments. Assign and train part-time staff to assist with routine operations of ADRSS units.
We currently have an exciting opportunity for an Administrative Aide in the Office of Career Development within the Corporate Relations team. The selected candidate will coordinate department programs and logistics and provide customer service and support to students, administrators, and faculty. The incumbent will be responsible for calendar management; scheduling, travel and event coordination; drafting correspondence; tracking budgets; updating web pages; processing reimbursements and special projects as needed.
Arts and Science is seeking an organized Administrative Aide I to join the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute. This individual will perform a broad range of clerical, secretarial, and general office duties including those of a confidential nature. Respond to inquiries displaying a comprehensive knowledge of the undergraduate/graduate departmental offerings and policies. Assist with the prioritization of office activities and delegate to and monitor work of student and/or casual employees. Compose letters and correspondence. Perform general word processing, spreadsheet and data entry duties utilizing intermediate-level functions. Monitor moderately complex budgets and/or grants.
Provide reference assistance (in person, online, and telephone) to faculty, students, staff, and all other users of the Center for Music and Media's entire range of resources: collections including recorded music, video, printed music, books, and online materials; services including circulation, reserves, scheduling, physical delivery, and online delivery; facilities including recorded media playback and classrooms. Communicate and carry out the Center's policies.
The Web Developer works with other developers and library staff to create, modify and monitor web based library applications that serve libraries staff and users. This work includes learning the architecture and interoperation of library systems and involves detailed technical coding, testing and monitoring of code and applications as defined by the Web Development manager and specific assigned projects. The developer will learn current and evolving technologies and seek to implement them when and where appropriate to enhance the operation and management of library systems. The developer will develop project plans for application updates; create time lines to meet departmental deadlines and goals, recommend technical improvements and implement modifications to websites and applications. He/she will serve as a liaison with staff, troubleshoot application code, collaborate with internal and external departments on websites, web based applications and tools, etc.
The E-Learning Specialist will provide integrated technology solutions for NICHE’s E-Learning platform. Consult with NICHE members and analyze, evaluate, and diagnose all escalated, non-routine issues within the Learning Management System (LMS) platform. Prepare and deliver communication and training materials for client support by providing one-on-one and team training and troubleshooting to site coordinators, requiring periodic travel to various site locations. Actively engage with the LMS vendor, proactively test the site’s functionality, provide user solutions, and ensure positive vendor relations. Develop training manuals, project manage the review process for clarity and functionality, and ensure training materials are appropriately made available.
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