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As a member of the Research Cloud team, the Senior Research Cloud Specialist partners with the on-premises High Performance Computing (HPC) team, and the Secure Research Data Environments (SRDE) team to provide comprehensive solutions to NYU faculty and research groups in developing and adapting cloud technologies to serve their research needs. Participate with the Research Technology leadership team in establishing short and long-term goals and objectives for the Research Cloud department. Develop tools to enable researchers to utilize research cloud resources in their projects. Develop templates that Researchers can use in grant proposals. Design, implement, and support for scaling-up in-house, centrally available computational research tools, Big Data, secure workloads, and data management capabilities to a cloud infrastructure to take advantage of cloud-native technologies such as, demand computing, container management, and server-less computing as well as on-premises, hybrid cloud infrastructure. Partner with the IT Cloud Services team, and the research community to provide ongoing testing, benchmarking, support, troubleshooting, and maintenance of research cloud applications. Identify areas to develop automation and self service within Research Tech Cloud solution. Communicate service gaps and improvements to team and stakeholders. Participate in the development of documentation and training material, and perform in-person consultations, to assist NYU scholars and their collaborators to efficiently utilize cloud resources and cloud-native technologies in their research and teaching.
The Senior Research Network Engineer plays a critical role in designing, implementing, managing, and monitoring the dedicated High Speed Research Network (HSRN) and supports the HSRN and the High Performance Computing (HPC) infrastructure. The HSRN and HPC are components of NYU’s research computing infrastructure which includes new state-of-the-art HPC clusters, an investment to research cloud, Secure Research Data Environments and a dedicated Research Network. Develop and optimize network solutions, improve network performance, security and scalability of the HSRN in order to enhance the capabilities of Research Technology’s program that includes Artificial Intelligence, Cloud Computing, HPC, and Immersive resources and service portfolios. Work to extend the HSRN in NYU research sites and to enhance the external network connectivity, in order to enable researchers to fully utilize the HSRN and HPC resources. Develop tools and processes that can be scaled and shared by IT and NYU faculty researchers, furthering investment in critical research partnerships and research projects. Partner closely with NYU IT network infrastructure team to align the operation and configuration of the HSRN with IT's network portfolio, policies, and standards, and best practices. Duties will include, but not be limited to, capacity planning, monitoring of network reliability and performance, as well as to provide problem resolution for network components which support the university's research units.
The Tier 3 Information Security Analyst is the top escalation point for the team of information security analysts. Serve as the subject matter expert in cybersecurity which requires advanced knowledge and specialization in cybersecurity principles and practices. Provide technical and team leadership to ensure effective threat detection and incident response activities by employing advanced techniques, tools, and workflows with an aim to foster continuously improve. Lead initiatives to identify and mitigate complex security risks by analyzing security events and alerts, developing novel techniques for detecting new attacks, executing incident response procedures, and communicating and assisting stakeholders. Leverage advanced tools and technologies, as well as create and optimize workflows, to enhance cyber capabilities and response efficiency. Conduct an in-depth analysis of multiple data sources and leverage advanced technologies to detect and respond to compromised systems and accounts. Additionally, identify and mitigate sophisticated phishing campaigns, as well as identify and remedy highly vulnerable operating systems and software. As part of the continuous improvement focus, actively contribute to the development of innovative approaches and best practices in cybersecurity. By providing expert triage for discovered issues and escalating as necessary, ensures that cyber threats are effectively addressed and mitigated. Lead larger incident response efforts, further refining workflows and strategies to foster ongoing progress in cyber defense.
Fully remote work may be considered.
The Tier 1 Information Security Analyst role involves conducting basic threat detection and incident response activities to maintain NYU’s security posture. Job duties include identifying and mitigating security risks by analyzing security events and alerts, executing incident response procedures, and communicating and assisting stakeholders. Typical duties may include analysis of multiple data sources and technologies to assist in the detection of compromised systems and accounts, identification and mitigation of phishing campaigns, and identification and remediation of vulnerable operating systems and software. Provides initial triage for discovered issues, escalates as needed, and contributes to larger incident response efforts when required. Participates in process improvement initiatives to continuously enhance the security posture of the university. Works collaboratively as a team member in a dynamic environment and must also possess excellent analytical, communication, and problem-solving skills. A high level of confidentiality and professionalism is required.
Fully remote work may be considered
The HPC Specialist is responsible for supporting the teaching and research computing needs of NYU scholars and the NYU High Performance Computing (HPC) systems as a member of the HPC team. This requires working directly with instructors, instructional designers, and researchers, students and other scholars in support of utilizing efficiently the HPC resources in research projects and instruction. Work with faculty and researchers to ensure priority access to department-purchased hardware, especially during critical time periods. Determine the needs for computing within various courses. Advise on software and other architectural components that would be deployed in support of instruction and research. Select the architectural stack for instruction, determine how to procure and provision that stack, negotiate with vendors, installation, testing, maintenance, upgrades and administration of compilers and applications on HPC system. Generate system usage and utilization data, develop teaching tutorials on HPC topics and maintaining documentation for a rapidly evolving HPC environment. Fine-tune system configuration which involves managing queues, schedulers and other resources in accordance with HPC policies while working closely with the Systems Administration team on hardware and storage and ensure that students and instructors in courses receive appropriate ongoing support for provisioning and issue resolution serving as the point of contact for other parties involved in designing and providing the required services.
Arts & Science is seeking a talented Director for Finance and Operations to join the Center on International Cooperation (CIC). This individual will serve as a key element in CIC’s financial management, donor stewardship and partnership compliance. The Director will provide leadership and coordination of all finance activities, including administrative, business planning, budgeting, forecasting, negotiations and the management of day-to-day operations. The principal job responsibilities of the Director for Finance and Operations cut across three areas. These include: strategic budgeting and overall financial management; grant management and financial reporting to donors and to internal NYU entities; and oversight to operations, including contracting, purchasing, human resources, internal processes/workflows, compliance with NYU policies, other issues. The Director oversees the allocation of resources to meet priorities, controls all expenditures and statement of accounts to ensure fiscal integrity, and directs special projects that may include space renovations, equipment purchases and long-range plans. The Director for Finance and Operations is the key strategic partner and liaison between CIC and internal NYU offices important to finance and grant management, including but not limited to Sponsored Programs Administration, Faculty of Arts and Sciences Fiscal Office, Accounts Payable, Procurement, Office of General Council, and Insurance and Risk Management. Reporting to the Director, the position will sit on CIC’s senior management team and will manage the work of the Manager of Administration, Grant Manager, and Budget Assistant.
The Degree Audit Specialist/Analyst is expected to have thorough understanding of the student life cycle and specialized understanding of degree requirements, program/ curriculum governance, and the system maintenance associated with these academic functions for all schools of NYU. Specialists serve as an information resource to the larger University for Office of the Registrar policy and procedure for student academic records, graduation processing, degree requirements (and related governance). With supervision from Assistant Registrar and Senior Specialists, this position is responsible for the maintenance of student records in University systems, including: academic standing and progress, transfer/test credit, graduation checkout, and building and maintaining degree programs and requirements (general education, majors, minors, concentrations, etc.). This position serves as an information resource specialist for graduation processing, degree requirements (and related governance), Academic Advising, and Academic Planner to the entire University. This position will train other staff and school users in University policy and procedure, as well as utilization of Academic Advisement, Academic Planner, and degree checkout functionality in PeopleSoft.
The Senior Systems Analyst will identify and develop technical solutions to satisfy functional and business requirements for NYU's financial systems. Analyze, develop, design, test, and deploy fixes, enhancements, and upgrades. Evaluate and provide recommendations for system enhancements by conducting gap analyses, identifying feasible alternative solutions, and participating in developing modifications. Manage, evaluate, and resolve technical issues and problems for the PeopleSoft financial system. Coordinate technical activities across all related technical and functional teams and global sites. Provide knowledge and support pertaining to multi-currency, multi-books, and multi-language processes.
The Human Resources Manager works in tandem with and actively supports the HR Business Partner to align the overall talent management strategies in support of the clients' and University's goals and objectives. This role serves the business partner and the client by ensuring the smooth delivery of day-to-day management of operational HR activities, plans and outcomes.
Perform a variety of technical tasks for Graduate Theatrical Production including use of audio/video equipment, camera equipment, theatrical lighting equipment, and live-streaming equipment for live stage productions and events. Maintain equipment inventory. Provide technical and operational support services including equipment specification, installation, configuration. Operate a wide variety of media equipment including specialized equipment requiring significant training. Operate equipment during rehearsals, performances, and events, including streaming performances. Perform skilled maintenance and basic repair of equipment.
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