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The Associate Director position is a leadership position with management and oversight responsibilities for strategic finance initiatives in the Budget Office, EVP organization and University-wide. Identify and implement business process improvements and other positive changes to improve operational efficiency, effectiveness, and cost savings. Partner with the Budget Office Leadership team to set priorities for the department and coaching junior team members. Work with various University colleagues to model and develop financial plans for major new initiatives and programs. Work closely with the University's leadership to present alternative scenarios for strategic budgetary decision making. Conceptualize and coordinate the implementation of new financial reports and dashboards to support managerial decision- making at all levels across the University. Prepare and make presentations to the Vice President, the CFO, the Executive Vice President and at times, the Board of Trustees.
The Director Internal Assurance & Enterprise Risk Management (Director) is accountable to the NYUNY Chief Global Audit, Enterprise Risk Management and Financial Compliance Officer (Chief Global Audit) and to the NYUAD Chief Administrative and Business Officer (CABO). Manage the outsourced internal audit services delivered by the third-party internal auditor service provider. Develop and implement an appropriate governance model and procedures that are aligned with the IIA (The Institute of Internal Auditors) Standards and the NYUNY Office of Internal Audit and ERM. Oversee internal investigations, implement continuous monitoring and perform special projects. Ensure the NYUAD’s enterprise risk framework aligns with the University (NYUNY) and provides the strategic planning, governance and day-to-day coordination necessary to facilitate the risk identification, assessment, risk ownership, mitigation and monitoring of NYUAD’s enterprise risks which includes strategic, operational, financial and compliance risks. Provide advice on risks and internal control issues to the NYUAD Chief Administrative Business Officer, NYUAD Chief Compliance Officer and NYUAD Senior Leadership. This role will reside in Abu Dhabi, U.A.E.
The Business Analyst is the liaison between clients and system development teams to ensure that front end development meets user needs. Provide details about user functionality requirements and ensure that the system design meets those needs. Use design and analyst tools to develop user scope, write and implement user stories, and write, track, and test application bugs. Write, test, and manage test plans for both regression testing and new module testing. Provide all levels of user support for the growing IT Facilities Management Portfolio including in-house developed (capital project management system (CPACSweb), space management system (SMS), vendor management system (Midas), student safety information portal (S-SIP)) and vendor applications (Servicenow (CSM, FSM, Agent Now App), Jaeggar, UDW+, and others). Respond to all issues and inquiries. Train users as well as writing training materials. Review and ensure the accuracy of space data. Serve as a liaison to internal NYU clients regarding their space data. Participate in the review of vendor-produced architectural drawings, which requires collaboration with Capital Projects & Facilities to ensure compliance with NYU Standards.
Support various team members by performing a wide range of clerical, secretarial and general office duties, including those of a confidential nature. Prioritize office activities and delegate work to student and/or casual employees. Respond to inquiries displaying a comprehensive knowledge of the departments activities, policies. and programs. Interact with the general public as NYU liaison and with University personnel, including those at the senior level, to resolve issues and problems. Customize and/or compose letters and emails on one's own initiative or in response to requests for information. Perform general word processing duties utilizing intermediate to advanced-level functions. Modify and/or create databases and complex spreadsheets. Monitor complex department budgets and/or grant requirements. Assist with all variety of clerical duties involved with running a Performing Arts venue and ticket resale business. Monitor the scheduling of rental clients and the timeline of contracts and financial correspondence with users of the venue.
The position will work closely with the Director of the Graduate Tax Program and the Faculty Directors of the Graduate and International Tax Programs. There are three certificate programs, three LLM degrees (including online and part-time options), and an online master’s program for non-lawyers. The position, working with the Manager for Faculty Support Services, will oversee the work of three departmental assistants who assist approximately 50 adjunct and full-time tax faculty, coordinate with the law school’s A/V team for the recording and scheduling of online courses, undertake modest substantive editing of course videos, manage NY State Continuing Legal Education Accreditation, oversee staff who review events and symposia for regulatory compliance, and oversee compliance by event organizers: center staff, law faculty, and student groups organizing events. The position will also advise students in the graduate tax programs on degree requirements, financial aid, academic policies, and personal counseling (crisis, family issues, illness/injury, accessing veteran’s benefits and disability accommodations, advising on course registration, exam accommodations, etc.) The students in the part-time and executive LL.M. programs are mostly practicing attorneys, many at the senior level. The position will also review and approve student OPT requests. The position will work with the development office to plan events and related programming for alumni of the Graduate Tax Program. Additionally, this position will plan events with practitioner groups such as the Tax Executives Institute, the International Fiscal Association, and the NYSBA Tax Section Under 10 club. The position will assist with our student recruitment efforts by planning programming (likely in a remote format) for interested students while serving as a resource to handle questions from admitted students. The position also will assist in market research/alumni outcome research. The position will take a lead role in managing our relationship with the AV team, partner with Academic Services in the administration of remote examinations, and will liaise with key academic adjuncts who teach the bulk of our online courses. This position will begin September 1, 2023.
Provide therapeutic dental services that support promotion of good oral health; perform preliminary oral examinations and prophylactic treatments; gather and record new patient information; take intra-oral, digital and traditional radiographs, and provide information to patients on their health status to help them develop and maintain good oral health.
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.
Manage the admissions process for the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program at Steinhardt’s Department of Physical Therapy. Management of admissions review process. Provide advisement to prospective students on the Entry-Level Doctor of Physical Therapy program offerings. Oversee the Department of Physical Therapy’s clinical placement program in conjunction with Department’s Director of Clinical Education. Coordinate all Entry-Level DPT fieldwork assignments in accordance to CAPTE (Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education) standards. Advise students on issues and policies relating to Fieldwork. Build and maintain relationships with Fieldwork sites.
Assist with management and delivery of human resources services for the School (payroll processing, employee relations, training and development, benefits, compensation). Primary responsibility for managing payroll processes for adjuncts, full time faculty, post docs, administrators, staff, student and casual employees. Interpret and develop procedures to meet University, federal and state employment laws guidelines, University human resources policies and the terms of collective bargaining agreements. Implement training sessions; conduct new hire orientations. Coordinate processing of Annual Compensation Program (ACP) and bonus submissions for all employees (faculty and administrators).
The Associate Director for the ULC and Academic Development is responsible for the successful operation of the University Learning Center which provides academic supportive services in the form of tutoring, workshops, and student development programming. Reporting to the Assistant Dean of Academic Support and Development, the Associate Director is responsible for directing the operational processes and procedures of the University Learning Center, providing oversight of ULC strategic planning, communication and evaluation, recruiting, training, and supervising a staff of over sixty undergraduate students, and leveraging data to offer insights that will be used to make informed decisions. Additionally, the Associate Director will serve as an academic advisor on the CAS advising team supporting students through the academic life cycle by promoting academic exploration, and helping them design their academic plans.
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