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NYU's University Life & Global Programs organization is committed to being a welcoming campus community that reflects and enacts the values of inclusion, diversity, belonging, and equity that informs academic excellence. Administrators in this organization are expected to contribute to diverse, equitable, inclusive learning and working environments for our students, staff, and faculty. The Study Away Enrollment Services Specialist for Global Programs position contributes to the Office of Global Programs vision by providing a high level of student services for matriculated and non-matriculated students engaged in NYU's global network. The Study Away Enrollment Services Specialist, supporting the Director of Study Away Enrollment Services based in NYU's New York office, plays a strategic role as a subject matter expert in the CRM tool Slate, optimizing Global Programs' use of its functionality. This role will work closely across all Global Programs teams to move Slate-related projects forward. This role will be a liaison between the Student Services team and other offices such as the Office of Global Services, NYU SIS team, and Mar Com. This position analyzes enrollment strategies and tactics through quantitative and qualitative data analysis to aid in making evidence-based decisions. The Study Away Enrollment Services Specialist serves as the primary lead on the incorporation of Office of Global Services processing and student outreach about immigration requirements for all programs managed by the Office of Global Programs (spring, summer, fall, J-term)
Administer operations of both the pre and post doctoral periodontal component of the Department of Periodontics and Implant Dentistry including: Grant Writing and developing research related activities; Respond to inquiries about the program; Manage student registration; Scheduling, initiatives and evaluations. Serve as liaison with a variety of administrative offices to facilitate arrangements of meetings and appointments and classes. Assist the Chair, Program Directors (PG Periodontics, Predoc Periodontics and Implants) with the overall clinical and regulatory coordination and administration of grant associated activities. Assist in protocol development, project planning, and ensure that pre-established work scope, study protocol, and regulatory requirements are followed. Supervise grant activities and serves as principal supervisor liaison between the Chair/Operations Director and personnel. Submit IRB first submissions; oversee and maintain IRB documents and IRB databases; develop and maintain record keeping systems and procedures; tracks IRB continuations, approvals and closure for all studies at the center. Implement quality control process for Clinical trials; works with departmental QA/QC staff supervising audits of research documents; ensures integrity of research study data and that source documents are maintained; ensures accuracy of research results. Prepare standard operation procedures (SOPs) to ensure compliance with Good Clinical Practices (GCP) clinic operations; oversee industry-sponsored site visits, audits and monitoring from various agencies (EPA, OSHA, and NYS Board of Health, IRB, FDA).
This position is a part of the team responsible for managing the day-to-day academic operations of the Department of Technology Management and Innovation’s Graduate Programs: Management of Technology (MOT), and Industrial Engineering (IE). This position serves as a member of the graduate advising team, helping M.S. students to articulate their academic goals and develop meaningful educational plans. Responsible for advising students on a wide range of academic issues and topics (probation, registration, academic policy, cross-school registration, etc); facilitating individual and group sessions throughout the academic year. Additionally, this role will be responsible for assisting with the coordination of all Department of Technology Management and Innovation academic event planning (workshops, alumni, networking, orientations, symposiums, etc.).
Manage the daily operations and office activities for Academic Affairs. Monitor students academic and clinical performance for program completion. Advise on academic standards and policies. Evaluate student externship requests and all aspects of the College's participation in national board dental examinations. Prepare institutional metrics for senior leadership and performs statistical analysis on a variety of data, providing a synthesis of information from various systems to support reporting requirements and making recommendations for curricular change.
Supervise the day-to-day on-site operations, for school based PCORI research grant. Supervise on-site hygienist and dental assistant staff including hire, train and evaluate performance. Identify and prioritize assignments to ensure deadlines are met and review work for accuracy. Evaluate current and establish new guidelines and procedures to ensure compliance requirements are adhered to and met. Serve as primary point of contact for dental hygienists and dental assistants for schedule changes including sick/vacation time usage and other requests. Provide therapeutic dental services that support promotion of good oral health when necessary. This is a grant funded position that operates 10 months out of the year for the duration of the project.
Develop and maintain department and research budgets; assist in the acquisition and allocation of research funding; and manage gift accounts, affiliates portfolio, and long range budget projections in support of the vision and goals of the department and Chair. Manage key administrative operations for the department including facilities, space allocation, human resources, communications, supervision of staff, equipment inventory, and programmatic and research support.
The NYU Gallatin School of Individualized Study seeks a Director, Student Affairs to direct the long-range planning, implementation, and provision of services and programs to troubled Gallatin students and Gallatin students at risk. Collaborate with School faculty and administrators to assess students' academic interests and non-academic needs; plan, manage, implement and assess major non-curricular programs and special events for troubled students (e.g workshops, printed and web-based resources, etc.). Plan and direct the provision of support services to students-at-risk and students with emergencies. Provide advisement, special services and advocacy for students in distress. Develop resources for and consult with faculty concerning troubled students. Represent the School on University-wide committees and serve as liaison to University departments. Supervise staff. Plan and manage student affairs budget. Teach one course and serve as primary academic adviser to students.
Assist the Director with managing the business and administrative operations for a large academic department: plan budgets and administer, ensuring expenditures and allocations are appropriate; act as administrative liaison with other school and University offices; interpret and apply University policies, practices and procedures to address complex administrative matters. Recommend ways to innovate and improve department processes and seek ways to improve the department's image and standing in the academic community. Support the Chair of the department by managing the faculty recruitment and promotion/tenure process. Manage adjunct hiring and onboarding.
The Assistant Director, P2P Excellence is responsible for developing, refining and/or advancing all aspects of the NYUs Procure-to-Pay activities and processes across the University's schools and units. Ensure successful transformation to and sustainability of a best-in-class procurement organization by leading projects and initiatives to drive change and continuous improvement of procurement and payables activities. Conduct reviews and analyses to ensure compliance with contracts, suppliers, and P2P Policies and Procedures. Lead and execute procurement and payables projects which consists of transformational initiatives across the University's schools and units to achieve efficiencies and cost savings. Maintain project pipeline and incorporate into multi-year financial planning process. Develop and present business cases for new initiatives based on data analytics. Develop and deliver presentations to key stakeholders inclusive of analysis and relevant data. Lead the change management and communication process to key stakeholder during the implementation phase of projects. Provide subject matter expertise, data, analysis, and support for other project across the P2P portfolio and in alignment with the business units goals. This role has a hybrid work schedule: Two days on-site and three days remote per week.
Operate, maintain and repair building systems and equipment to perform safely and efficiently; respond and complete client work requests; perform preventive maintenance duties and routines, and provide other building-related services as required.
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