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Direct the clinical, business, research and administrative operations of the Department of Cariology and Comprehensive Care including, but not limited to: Ensuring fiscal integrity of the operating budget including managing revenue generated from patient care; Directing administrative research activities and facilitate grant writing opportunities; Developing and/or implement activities of interest; Collaborating with the Departments of Clinical Affairs and Academic Affairs and overseeing faculty activities; Developing and coordinating programs for faculty development and standardization; Identifying programmatic gaps and working strategically to address them.
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.
Serve as a staff physician for NYU's Student Health Center (SHC) and provide high quality patient care and health education to a diverse University community in both Primary Care and Urgent Care settings.
As part of the administrative team will ensure all agreement requirements entered into by CDS under the Data-Intensive Research in Science and Engineering (DIRSE) and National Science Foundation Research Traineeship (NRT) grants are executed within set deadlines and within budget guidelines. These agreements may include activities such as organizing events and activities, participating in and supporting conferences, and supporting the CDS graduate education programs. Manage the programmatic components of the DIRSE and NRT grants with particular emphasis on ensuring obligations under these grants are met on a timely basis. Assist with the development of funding agency reports and evaluations. Responsible for supervising assistants and technical staff providing support in fulfilling these responsibilities. Work as a member of a well-coordinated team. Oversee and provide support work for an array of projects. Projects range from writing and research on a broad range of topics, to problem solving, assistance with event planning, coordination and outreach about Institute priorities.This is a grant funded position.
Develop and implement marketing initiatives that support prospective student lead generation, admitted student yield, and social media engagement with multiple audiences. Contributes to the planning and execution of digital marketing efforts. In collaboration with department administrators develops and reviews campaigns that may include paid search, promoted posts on social channels, display and video ads, online listings, and re-targeting to help recruit top-quality students to a range of Courant degree programs. Manage the promotion of special academic offerings, including community outreach programs. Create engaging written and visual digital content ( articles, info graphics,online newsletter,etc.) related to select degree programs and program areas to help grow NYU Courant’s web traffic and drive prospective student awareness. Serve as the principal voice and content generator for Courant's top-level social media channels, which currently include Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn. Foster engagement with a variety of Courant audiences including prospective and current students, Profiles, scholars, and alumni. Evaluate emerging social media tools, technologies, and trends for potential use, and supports and train departments, offices, and programs in their social media initiatives. Monitor, measure, and report on social media efforts.
Arts and Science is seeking an experienced Director of Research to join our team. This individual will develop and implement strategic plans to build institutional capacity for sponsored research, including development and implementation of mechanisms that support large-scale proposal development and broad-based post-award administrative expertise and training across Arts and Science. Provide assistance to faculty and departmental administrators in the identification of funding opportunities, and the development and submission of proposals for external funding in support of research, training and related activities. Review applications and proposals to ensure conformance with sponsor guidelines and compliance. Develop and implement effective client-centered models of communication and support to Arts and Science research community regarding new funding opportunities, sponsor policies and procedures, compliance with post-award processes and regulations; help to manage the related professional training of departmental administrators. Partner with the University on development of in-house training materials and procedures. Oversee staff in the Office for Research.
NYU Liberal Studies is seeking a dedicated Academic Advisor to join their team. This individual will advise students in Liberal Studies on academic programs, providing practical information related to the curriculum and degree progress, as well as administrative aspects of course selection and registration; help students make informed decisions about their academic and professional goals; interpret institutional policies and procedures; facilitate access to university resources and support services when needed through appropriate referrals; and process advanced standing credit and recommend special exceptions when relevant. In addition, this position include liaison and program responsibilities with specific functional areas (civic engagement and leadership programs, alumni and parent support programs, and select student affairs initiatives), in addition to participating in high-priority events for Advising & Student Affairs (eg. admissions open house, parents’ day).
NYU’s prestigious Leonard N. Stern School of Business has a challenging opportunity for an Assistant Director of Global Degree & Executive Education Programs. The Assistant Director will support the Director of Global Degree Programs and Executive Education in all aspects of operations and preparation for NYU Stern's global degree and executive education programs, including: TRIUM Executive MBA, MS in Global Finance, MS in Risk Management, MS in Business Analytics, Custom Executive Education and Short Courses. S/he will ensure the smooth delivery of all global degree and executive education programs for modules and special events held at NYU Stern. The Assistant Director will work closely with program participants, faculty and administrative teams from the global degree partner institutions as well as on-campus support staff and external vendors.
Perform a wide range of clerical, secretarial, and general office duties including those of a confidential nature. Respond to inquiries displaying a comprehensive knowledge of the department's activities, policies and programs. 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.
NYU's Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity for an Associate Director to develop and manage employment opportunities for NYU Stern Undergraduate students. The Associate Director will manage existing corporate, alumni, and other key stakeholder relationships and develop new relationships to expand business and career opportunities for undergraduate students. The Associate Director will also develop and manage customized career and professional development programs, seminars, workshops, conferences, and career treks for students interested in various fields to educate them on opportunities and how to best positions themselves for these opportunities. The Associate Director will also implement methods to assess students’ needs and interests, track corporate engagement and placement results, and identify career and professional development best practices.
Perform complex cataloging, acquisitions, metadata and record maintenance functions as well as monitor standard processing functions. Assist in systems maintenance. Assist with special projects. Train student and/or casual employees. Assign and review work of Processing Assistants, students and casuals. Troubleshoot and resolve processing problems.
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