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Responsible for providing front line customer service for the College of Dentistry to all patients, visitors, students, faculty administrators and staff. Provide patients and visitors with information and assist with way-finding. Answer telephones, screen calls and take messages. Respond to routine inquiries and provide information regarding clinic hours, appointments, general clinic policies and procedures, patient care center locations, programs, events and consult with supervisors or others as needed, on more complex issues.
Manage all aspects of a project, from start to finish, so that it is completed on time and within budget. Design, communicate, and implement an operational plan for completing the project; monitor progress and performance against the project plan; take action to resolve operational problems and minimize delays. Identify, develop, and gather the resources to complete the project. This may include preparing designs and work specifications; developing project schedules, budgets and forecasts; and selecting materials, equipment, project staff, and external contractors. Liaise with other operational areas in the organization to secure specialized resources and contributions for the project. Conduct meetings and prepare reports to communicate the status of the project. Set priorities, allocates tasks, and coordinates project staff to meet project targets and milestones.
Represent NYU to a wide and diverse audience in high schools and community colleges around the United States. Advise prospective students, parents and high school/transfer counselors regarding admissions policies, procedures, academic programs and financial aid opportunities. Evaluate and recommend admission of students to assigned School; review and evaluate credentials; advise prospective students regarding policies and procedures.
Reporting to the Director of Energy and Sustainability the Manager, Energy Engineering is responsible for advancing energy management efforts on campus and for the implementation of supply side and demand side programs and initiatives. Working closely with the facility management, technical services and construction management groups, identify, evaluate and support the deployment of cost-effective energy management initiatives to drive environmental improvement, energy reduction and operational excellence across the NYU portfolio of properties.
NYU's prestigious Leonard N. Stern School of Business has a challenging opportunity for an Assistant Director of Admissions and Marketing in our Global Executive Programs department. The selected candidate will partner with the Admissions & Marketing team to develop and implement admissions & marketing strategies, policies and procedures for NYU Stern Global Executive Degree Programs. S/he will conduct interviews, assess candidates and review admissions applications across four global executive degree programs. In collaboration with the Senior Director, the selected candidate will develop innovative sourcing strategies and alternative recruitment sources. The Assistant Director will respond to inquiries displaying a comprehensive knowledge of the department's activities, policies and programs. S/he will review enrollment trends to tailor promotional/recruitment materials and will perform market research and managing admissions related projects.
The Associate, Technology Leadership Program will have the opportunity to gain valuable skills and hands-on experience directly aligned to NYU Information Technology’s (NYU IT) strategic initiatives and core services in support of the university’s daily operations and visionary goals. The Technology Leadership Program (TLP) will cover an 18 month period, during which participants will have three sequential six-month rotations, based on individual interests and determined by divisional needs.
The following rotational assignments may be available:
Cloud Systems Administrator
Data Engineering/Data Analyst
Digitalization Business Analyst
IT Governance Analyst
Junior Business Intelligence Developer
LaGuardia Studio Advances Media Specialist
Security Operations Analyst
User Experience Analyst
The Liaison for Learning Communities and Faculty Development Initiatives - will develop, implement, and evaluate faculty development initiatives and programs offered through TLT as well as participate in and coordinate key initiatives across the university. - will develop, coordinate and participate in building learning communities by developing synergistic relationships with NYU sites, schools, departments, and faculty members across the University to identify faculty development needs and programs and develop a strategic curricular program to support the educational goals of NYU's Global Network University. - will Engage with NYU IT Leadership, Provostial initiatives, and University IT Governance and Advisory Group efforts in the key areas of faculty development and building of learning communities. - will be adept in educational technologies, have experience in teaching and training in higher education, and will coordinate and lead synergistic initiatives across the university. The successful candidate will have a strong background in pedagogy and technology, have excellent interpersonal skills, exercising strong organizational and time-management skills with an exceptional attention to detail. Essential for this role is the adeptness to work independently as well as part of a team.
Gasteroenterology MD Part-time from 7-14 hours per week: The NYU Student Health Center (SHC) Specialty Unit is seeking a part-time Gastroenterologist to provide medical consultation 7-14 hours/wk for our population of more than 50,000 NYU undergraduates and graduate students. Working on-site with a dedicated RN/LPN team, the specialist would see students on referral from SHC providers in primary care, travel medicine, and women’s health. Common GI diagnoses including IBS and IBD, and many students present with undifferentiated symptoms. On-site testing and procedures include blood draws, anoscopy, and H pylori breath-testing. Plain films can be done on-site. Other imaging, other breath-testing, and EGDs are arranged by referral to external sites under the students’ insurances. Additional on-site specialists include nutrition, endocrinology, dermatology, and neurology, among others. Working with a motivated and diverse student population is rewarding, and the team works well together to assure the best service in support of students' academic success.
The NYU Office of the Senior Vice Provost for Research/Sponsored Programs Electronic Research Administration Systems Analyst (eRA SA) supports the development, implementation, maintenance, and upgrade of research administration system modules, databases, and other computing resources to ensure efficient, accurate data management and reporting for research administration and sponsored project activity. The ideal eRA SA is not intimidated by vast amounts of data and has strong analytical, conceptual, and problem-solving abilities with ideas about how the presentation and delivery of data can be made more intuitive and timelier. The eRA SA provides analysis, testing, training, and documentation to support these activities and plays a key role in ensuring data integrity. Technical and functional expertise with a customer service orientation combined with the ability to interface verbally and in writing with a variety of audiences is critical to success in this position.
The Admissions Officer will contribute to increased enrollment by: a) Planning recruiting efforts such as on- and off-site information sessions, yield events, and strategic communication with prospects and applicants; b) Advising and counseling prospective graduate students on financial aid options, admissions requirements, and application procedures; c) Evaluating and assessing student applications to determine if applicant fits the desired student profile and whether or not the student would have a successful and positive academic experience; d) Identifying and cultivating new recruitment pipelines through the use of data; e) Supervising and training student employees on certain aspects of projects; and f) Overseeing the student employee budget, and assisting with budget forecasting and development for the Admissions unit.
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