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Ensure billing appropriately and in a timely manner for services rendered; manage and monitor pre-payments made by patients in all clinical areas to ensure all payments are posted accurately to patient records; maintain reconciliations, including contractual budgeted versus actual billing for all patient statements; create and process ledger entries into NYU JEM system; reconcile all financial records between NYU Dentistry and NYU Central general ledger.
Under the general supervision of the Executive Director of ITS, serve as a single point of contact for any system-related issue, the analyst is to work with other IT, Database Applications and Network experts, vendors, and specialists to solve the incidents for the end-users.
Reporting to Tandon's Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives, the Senior Project Manager will be responsible for managing and executing projects across several school-wide initiatives. The incumbent will be responsible for working with members of faculty and leadership to help develop project plans, define project tasks and deliverables, estimate timelines and budgets, coordinate resources and track and manage project activities and issues. The Senior Project Manager will assess and mitigate potential delays that could impact project timelines, and provide regular status reporting to keep Tandon Leadership informed on progress.
New York University is seeking a Director of Nursing to join our medical leadership team for its award winning Student Health Center (SHC). Opportunities abound for the right candidate to be a part of a transformative effort at our quality-driven, multi-specialty medical practice, housed in a state of the art facility in Manhattan's Greenwich Village. Our next Director of Nursing will help lead the organization in our journey to provide safe, quality, and efficient care that meets our students' needs.
Our AAAHC accredited organization serves our Washington Square and Brooklyn locations and acts as a hub for health and wellness activities around the globe for students attending NYU at one of our many study-away sites. With over 200 employees dedicated to providing high-quality, student-centered healthcare, NYU has been a leader in nationally recognized continuous quality improvement efforts and for providing fully integrated healthcare to our students.
Develops, plans, implements and supervises nursing care at the New York University Student Health Center (SHC). Develops, plans, and implements provider and nursing quality improvement strategies to ensure compliance with federal and state laws and agencies, and SHC and accreditation agency by-laws.
The Compliance Analyst for Enrollment Management is responsible for assisting in the review and analysis of policy, systems and administrative processes which support Enrollment Management and units across the University with primary focus on Financial Aid and Title IV Programs. This position oversees the management of data integrity, provides training, and creates documentation. The Compliance 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. The Compliance Analyst is expected to research, design, configure, develop, test, implement, gather and review data and risk assessment information within Enrollment Management. As part of the Enrollment Management Compliance department, they will manage compliance of the Federal Work Study program. They must communicate and coordinate effectively and professionally with business owners to ensure accurate understanding, implementation and follow through.
The Academic Programs Administrator provides accreditation and curriculum support to the Office of Academic Programs. Researches various agencies’ and state regulations to respond to inquiries from accreditation agencies seeking to determine whether Rory Meyers’ various nursing programs (up to and including its BS, MS, DNP and PhD programs) meet New York State’s higher education registration standards, national accreditation standards and other standards for nursing programs. Analyzes and provides data to sources responsible for ranking NYU and its competitors’ programs for prospective nursing students. Reports curriculum changes and accompanying rationale and application to the appropriate regulatory agency. Participates in/arranges continuous quality improvement initiatives aimed at enhancing electronic data collection and merging of databases. Spots trends in data that potentially compromise eligibility for accreditation and makes recommendations for change. Obtains data from student course evaluations and provides support to respective program directors.
Reporting to the Residence Hall Director (RHD) and serving as a member of the three-person leadership team for the assigned residence hall, this live-in position manages the residence hall's day-to-day community development initiatives and programs in an effort to create residential living/learning communities. Supervises Resident Assistants (RAs) and advises hall council. Provides crisis intervention to residents; assesses nature of problems and resolves or refers to supervisor for resolution. Conducts investigations of alleged violations of University and residence policies; holds meetings, determines degree/seriousness of violations, and issue sanctions. This position is responsible for assigned after-hours/weekend/holiday on-call duties on a rotational basis to address any residence hall based emergency.
The Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Risk Analyst will report to the Executive Director, Internal Audit and Enterprise Risk Management. The Risk Analyst will facilitate NYU's ERM program in accordance with the University's ERM methodology. The Risk Analyst will support the execution of the enterprise risk assessment, coordinate with management to develop and track mitigating activities and will assess the effectiveness of management's strategies to mitigate top risks. In addition, the Risk Analyst will partner with other risk monitoring functions to assess other risk management activities and will collaborate with local ERM resources at NYU Abu Dhabi and NYU Shanghai to ensure a consistent global ERM approach.
The Assistant Director, Research Contracts and Collaborations is a key leadership position within the Vice Provost for Research’s Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP). OSP provides pre-award and non-financial post award research administration service and support in sponsored programs administration to faculty, investigators, and other researchers in academic units and provostial centers and institutes conducting research and undertaking other sponsored activities. The Assistant Director, Research Contracts and Collaborations leads a team of professionals responsible for managing a diverse portfolio of research contracts and collaboration agreements for NYU investigators.
The Assistant Director:
• Serves as the subject matter expert and subaward policy specialist responsible for overseeing OSP's subrecipient risk assessment and monitoring policies and procedures.
• Provides administrative oversight to the team negotiating subawards, data use agreements, and other sponsored program related agreements.
• Educates and informs the NYU community on policies and procedures impacting the day to day management of research collaborations.
• Leads special projects involving the implementation and change management of major policies and systems related to research collaborations and research data.
• Oversees NYU's policies and procedures regarding incoming and outgoing data use agreements, especially as relates to sponsored projects.
• Assists the Proposal Team in reviewing proposals for compliance with NYU policies, identifying and resolving problematic terms and conditions and issues unique to collaborations.
• Provides input to faculty on project management from a legal/agreement perspective.
• Liaises with compliance offices, Office of General Counsel, Libraries, IT to manage policies and procedures related to research collaborations.
• Negotiates agreements with state and federal agencies, non-profits; and negotiates and processes data use agreements, grants, contracts, subawards, and modifications thereto.
• Maintains a library of agreements and clauses for unique collaboration situations.
• Represents NYU in the Federal Demonstration Partnership (FDP) and in FDP subcommittees
The Center for Academic Excellence and Support (CAES) at the School of Professional Studies is seeking an Executive Director to direct the administration of the Center including operational activities and facilities, supervision of professional staff, and management of a large complex budget. The Executive Director will develop a new strategic vision and implementation plan for CAES that places faculty goals for classroom learning at the forefront of its efforts. Reporting to the Associate Dean for Academic and Faculty Affairs, and in consultation with NYUSPS senior leadership, the Executive Director will lead strategic efforts that reposition CAES as the primary resource for full-time and part-time faculty advancement in online and in-person teaching /learning environments. CAES focuses on faculty support as well as pedagogical excellence and innovation. Its current mission is dedicated to unleashing curiosity, creativity and innovation in partnership with and as advocates who champion the faculty at SPS. The CAES-faculty partnership recognizes and reimagines the relationship between teaching and learning in the pursuit of academic excellence. The CAES team is committed to this mission with and for SPS faculty by striving for excellence in the four CAES pillars: learning design, faculty professional pathways, assessments of learning, and educational technologies.
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