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The LaGuardia Studio (LGS) is a full-service Additive Manufacturing and 3D digitization facility that features a wide range of commercial 3D technologies and production materials with a dedicated full-time support staff. This position will be part of a talented team that facilitates professional service work in DMLS, FDM, SLA, PolyJet, and Multi-Fusion Jet printing, in addition to 3D scanning and immersive AR/VR production related to the LGS 3D services.
The LaGuardia Studio provides an advanced 3D service portfolio with extensive 3D content and project design development support for New York University researchers, faculty, students and staff on projects that span a vast range of study including scientific research, biomedical, engineering, entrepreneurial, and arts and science scholarly work.
Shifts: 7:00 AM – 3:00 PM, 2:00 PM – 10 PM and 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM.
Provide technical media support services to the NYU community including equipment repair and installation, event support, and equipment delivery and retrieval. Operate a wide variety of media equipment including specialized equipment requiring significant training. Operate equipment during special events. Assist with pre-installation or pre-event surveys and consultations, discussing with customers their media needs and media capabilities and advising them on the equipment that would best meet those needs. Perform routine maintenance and basic repair of equipment.
The IT Engagement Program Manager is responsible for inviting and supporting a high level of engagement across NYU IT staff. Specifically, the Program Manager will plan, execute, and deliver employee engagement programs and initiatives for NYU IT. This individual will make improvements to programs as policies change, the organization’s needs change, and/or engagement is lower than desired. Recommend and create new engagement programs as gaps are identified. Create documentation for programs with timelines, processes, and cycles. Research NYU IT technology tools to recommend and execute opportunities to streamline and automate tasks in engagement programs. Capture and analyze engagement participation data and variances to prepare reports, summaries and recommendations for leadership. Creates feedback loops for engagement programs to drive change. Create communication documentation, marketing strategy, and website presence for engagement programs. Manage IT Engagement program budgets to stay within guidelines and create savings opportunities. Models and supports the NYU IT Core Beliefs in all aspects of work. Manages students and staff, as appropriate, to support their development, deliver results, and contribute to a positive culture.
The Director, Cross-Functional Special Projects role is part of the IT PMO and is responsible for successfully executing/delivering key University programs and projects in support of multi-year roadmap and strategic goals. This senior role oversees a team of Program and Project Managers and lead cross-functional project teams, across various levels of university leadership, to consistently deliver quality results. The incumbent ensures adoption of established PMO practices, and instills a culture of execution, operational excellence, and accountability. Key responsibilities include supporting the IT and PMO leadership team with long-range planning and the development of multi-year roadmaps. This position develops and documents, in partnership with the PMO leadership roadmap goals, strategic objectives, portfolio/program structure, scope and KPI's. The Director monitors and drives portfolio performance, generating reports to highlight status, risks, issues and benefits. The individual in this role is responsible for tracking and monitoring financial forecasts, managing budget to actual expenses, and budget variances. In addition, the Director provides thought leadership in resolving issues and mitigating risks to ensure that programs and projects are completed on time, within budget and to specifications. The person in this role uses best practices and standard project delivery methodology. This position involves coordinating cross-functional delivery teams and effectively managing resource plans to balance the team's workloads. This role works closely with Senior Leaders in the President's Office, Office of General Council, Provost Office and the University Administrative Areas.
The Associate Director, Financial Applications partners with the Finance units to ensure the successful rollout of all Finance projects and initiatives, business process redesign, and business change management needs and priorities are appropriately addressed. This role leads the NYU IT Financial application development and technical support teams. The Associate Director develops status reports, identifies and tracks issues, and keeps Finance and NYU IT management abreast of all Finance projects. This position is responsible for developing and implementing short and long-term strategic plans to meet the University's objectives in information technology and administrative services. The individual in this role keeps informed of the latest technology trends and leverage new technology where beneficial and appropriate. The Associate Director optimizes Financial applications and support processes to meet the business needs of the NYU community. This position supervises two employees.
The Manager of Faculty Affairs will provide high-level administrative support, manage the day-to-day activities of the Office for Faculty Affairs of NYU's School of Global Public Health, and supervise the Office Coordinator. Monitors and manages the timely processing of faculty appointments, promotions, and tenure and the process of faculty recruitment, including the distribution of information and invitations to prospective candidates. Facilitates planning and execution of faculty development programs including workshops and networking events. Prepares annual budget and interim reports; authorizes and approves expenditures for the office. Communicates regularly with leadership in the New York University Office of Faculty Development, Office of Global Inclusion, and other relevant partners. Coordinates with the School’s Office of Communications to promote faculty development events. Exercises independent judgment in prioritizing activities and proposes solutions. Assists in evaluating faculty affairs and development programs and policies. Provides oversight for all ongoing projects supporting the Vice Dean's agenda to ensure that all are effectively moving according to plan objectives and established milestones and measurement criteria.
The Assistant Director of Recruitment Communications works with the Assistant Dean of Admissions and Enrollment and the GPH Office of Communications to help achieve the enrollment goals of the NYU School of Global Public Health through the development and implementation of strategic communications campaigns, strategy, and methodology. The position will be a multidisciplinary communications professional, advancing efforts in print, digital, and events marketing. This is a 24 Month Fixed-Term Position.
The Assistant Dean of Admissions and Enrollment serves as chief admissions and enrollment officer for NYU's School of Global Public Health, with responsibility for strategic planning initiatives and operational management of functions related to recruitment, admissions, enrollment, and financial aid for new, degree-seeking graduate students. Oversee the development and implementation of all recruitment, admissions, and enrollment policies, procedures, and systems. Responsible for all related administrative systems for recruitment, admissions, and financial aid. Coordinates with GPH communications office and external vendor(s) on recruitment marketing efforts. Develops enrollment forecasting models for new and existing programs; oversees analysis of enrollment data and prepares presentations and recommendations to GPH and University leadership. Serves on school committees and works with faculty as appropriate. Conceptualizes, plans, and executes recruitment and recruitment marketing, including digital and in-person efforts. Oversees digital communications such as program websites that contribute directly to admissions and enrollment.
Collaborate with university stakeholders to design and provide decision support for new initiatives in support of New York University’s mission. Utilize available data sources to design and develop statistical models to analyze past data and to predict future behavior. Provide quantitative analysis of various alternatives to ensure new initiatives meet operational goals. Utilize technical skills to extract and analyze data, and communication skills to present quantitative analysis to stakeholders.
Under the direct supervision of the Director for Research and Laboratory Safety the Chemical Hygiene Officer (CHO) is responsible for the oversight and management of the university’s chemical hygiene and hazardous materials programs as required by OSHA 1910.1450, Occupational exposure to Hazardous Chemicals in Laboratories. The Chemical Hygiene Officer will provide leadership and participate with all levels of the campus organization to develop and implement appropriate policies and practices while continually evaluating established procedures for compliance with federal, state, and local requirements. This role will provide subject matter expertise in chemical hygiene and hazardous materials management and waste in a laboratory setting and as it applies to the greater university campus. The Chemical Hygiene Officer is responsible for educating and training the campus community while interfacing with federal, state, and local regulatory agencies. Subject to change as the University’s needs grow.
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