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The Business Analyst is responsible for providing functional support to Enrollment Management and units across the University for the University student information system (SIS) and other ancillary systems/applications. This position oversees the management of data integrity, provides training, and creates documentation. The Business Analyst maintains advanced knowledge of University system functionality, analyzes business processes/procedures, and identifies dependencies and implications of change to various functional areas and integration points with other systems. The Business Analysts is expected to design, configure, develop, test, implement and maintain approved applications, including reports, interfaces, and data conversions. They must communicate and coordinate effectively and professionally with business owners to ensure accurate understanding and acceptance of system configurations.
The Degree Audit Specialist/Analyst is expected to have thorough understanding of the student life cycle and specialized understanding of degree requirements, program/ curriculum governance, and the system maintenance associated with these academic functions for all schools of NYU. Specialists serve as an information resource to the larger University for Office of the Registrar policy and procedure for student academic records, graduation processing, degree requirements (and related governance). With supervision from Assistant Registrar and Senior Specialists, this position is responsible for the maintenance of student records in University systems, including: academic standing and progress, transfer/test credit, graduation checkout, and building and maintaining degree programs and requirements (general education, majors, minors, concentrations, etc.). This position serves as an information resource specialist for graduation processing, degree requirements (and related governance), Academic Advising, and Academic Planner to the entire University. This position will train other staff and school users in University policy and procedure, as well as utilization of Academic Advisement, Academic Planner, and degree checkout functionality in PeopleSoft.
Position will support the day-to-day activities of the NYU Tandon Office of Records & Registration. Assists with the creation, updating, and maintenance of course and class data. Ensures data is accurate and updated in a timely fashion. Liaises with Tandon and NYU offices to address inquiries, and concerns. Resolves scheduling, student registration and records issues with professionalism and timeliness. Position works to proactively identify potential course scheduling or room assignments conflicts. Interprets and communicates academic, registration and enrollment policies and procedures.
Engage in daily strategic sessions with the Dean to coordinate activities, furnish briefings on current affairs, and supply pertinent materials for meetings and events. Conduct comprehensive research, analysis, and compose detailed reports on a diverse range of projects and issues for the Dean's review. Craft articulate communications and correspondences on behalf of the Dean. Oversee and orchestrate the Dean's schedule, meticulously assessing logistical considerations for timing, venues, and the significance of engaging with diverse constituencies within a dynamic and rapidly evolving setting. Cultivate robust professional connections across a broad spectrum of School, University, and external stakeholders—such as trustees, donors, alumni, students, faculty, judges, and various legal community groups—to adeptly manage the Dean's calendar, facilitating intricate domestic and international agendas, and arranging itineraries for meetings and events. Coordinate between the Dean's Office and Senior Administration across the school to facilitate information flow and timely follow-up. Act as point person and keeper of centralized and confidential information to ensure effective and efficient follow-up for the Dean. Analyze information and initiatives to direct the appropriate flow of incoming and outgoing communications for high volume effectiveness. Serving as the Dean's envoy in collaboration with the Chief of Staff, analyze and address a spectrum of non-routine, and delicate inquiries. Assess disparate priorities and potential courses of action, navigate complex issues, and offer guidance and information to trustees, donors, alumni, students, faculty, judges, legal community groups, administrators, government entities, professional organizations, other institutions, visitors, applicants, and the wider public. Continuously follow up with stakeholders regarding inquiries and ongoing initiatives to guarantee prompt and comprehensive responses.
The Rudin Center was established in 1996 at New York University's Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, and named in September 2000 in recognition of a generous gift to NYU in support of the Center. The Rudin Center for Transportation Policy & Management is currently led by Sarah Kaufman. With a team of Visiting Practitioners and Scholars drawn from both the transportation and academic communities, the Rudin Center conducts research and conferences, provides education and training, and promotes and supports key policy networks in the field of transportation policy and management. A number of publications are produced each year, based on the research, conferences, and training carried out by the Rudin Center. The Program Administrator will improve the efficiency of the Center's daily operations. This person will be responsible for a) budget management for all awards, b) sponsored research management including proposal preparation and submission, c) data and content management, d) events management, such as identifying and soliciting speakers, conceptualizing themes, and managing events logistics and e) managing student employees.
Under the direct supervision of the Director for Research and Laboratory Safety the Industrial Hygienist (IH) is responsible for establishing and executing management, technical, and operational functions of New York University’s (NYU) Occupational Health and Safety Program to ensure compliance with Federal, State, and NYU Enterprise-wide regulations, policies, procedures and professional standards of practice. The IH assures effective utilization of resources and provides leadership direction in the day-to-day operations and personnel management of the Occupational Health and Safety Program, and is able to manage, identify, and resolve unique situations and issues with wide implications for NYU by applying technical knowledge and experience in the field. The IH will support the development, implementation, and continual improvement of occupational health and safety programs(s) (e.g., hazard analysis, respiratory protection, blood borne pathogen, chemical hygiene, hazard communication, electrical safety, physical hazards, and radioactive materials management). Plans and implements Industrial Hygiene surveys to evaluate workplace conditions and practices to determine extent of, or the potential for, exposures to hazardous agents and conditions (e.g., noise, dust, vapor, and chemical exposure). Subject to change as the University RLS needs grow.
Within the Office of Financial Aid, the global financial aid team is dedicated to providing outstanding service to students, families, and community members on our global degree granting campuses. Sitting in New York, NY, the Senior Financial Aid Counselor, Global will: • Advise prospective and admitted students, parents, and currently enrolled students on a broad range of issues pertaining to the financial aid application process, University financial aid policies and procedures, and assist with resolving problems; • Evaluate financial aid applications, create and update financial aid packages; ensure compliance with state, federal, and institutional financial aid policies; • Reassess aid packages based on student appeals, updated financial data, enrollment status, or other information and determine any change to students' eligibility or their aid package; • Process financial aid application materials; and • Consult with various University offices (Admissions, Registrar, Bursar) and external agencies (lenders and guarantee agencies) to resolve issues and answer questions related to processing and loan certification.
SHIFT: Sunday - Thursday 11:00PM - 7:30AM (Shift Starts Sunday @ 11:00AM)
Primarily responsible for hands-on maintenance of HVAC systems and related auxiliary equipment.
The Office of Advising for the NYU Gallatin School of Individualized Study is searching for a Class Adviser for Transfer Students to:
- Counsel approximately 400 Gallatin students including first year and transfer students with the goal of enhancing their academic experience and retaining them as students
- Develop strategies to ensure that students are able to complete degree programs
- Provide advisement, monitor academic progress; discuss requirements and electives, evaluate and approve degree requirement petitions and time limit exceptions for program completion, identify and provide resources for students at risk
- Collaborate with and support primary academic advisers in working with their advisees
- Ensure that students receive timely and appropriate academic advice
- Assist the Assistant Dean for Advising in developing workshops to support the academic program, foster community, and encourage student leadership
- Collaborate with the other Class Advisers and the Student Services and Student Affairs Offices on graduation, orientation and other school-wide events
- Teach one course per academic year
**This role is hybrid eligible**
The NYU Student Health Center's Counseling and Wellness Services announces the availability of five postdoctoral psychology fellowships (appointment period: September 1 - August 31). Our clinic offers training with a multidisciplinary team of psychologists, social workers, psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, case managers, and nutritionists. We provide brief psychotherapy and group psychotherapy for a diverse population of undergraduate and graduate students from across the US and the world, as well as crisis intervention in our Wellness Exchange walk-in clinic. Postdocs also spend part of their time serving on one of three specialty clinical teams: Trauma, Eating Disorders, or Substance Use, all described in greater detail below. Opportunities may also be available for outreach events with the NYU community. Training includes: Weekly seminars, supervision, staff meetings, and case presentations.
Please submit your application through the NYU HR portal.
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