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Provide in depth academic advising, general counseling, and related student services for prospective, new, and currently enrolled students primarily, but not exclusively within the Stern School of Business. Familiarize students with the many academic and co-curricular resources and opportunities available at Stern and New York University as a whole. Develop and coordinate academic support programming, promote study away opportunities, and interview candidates for international exchanges, various student leadership positions and Stern-sponsored programs. Assist in the marketing of academic programs through website updates, social media, webinars, and advising office publications. Collaborate with team on various projects including generating and analyzing reports and making recommendations to facilitate decision making.
The Senior Lab Safety Officer will provide leadership and support to Tandon’s Safety Program by promoting and supporting a comprehensive laboratory safety program throughout the School's expansive research enterprise and affiliate initiatives. Support and advance a positive, proactive laboratory safety program in a complex environment, working as a leader and member of the Safety Team and collaborating with departmental designated coordinators, University EH&S, RL&S, colleagues and program leaders. The position reports to the Associate Director, Laboratory Operations and will assist with establishing and implementing Program priorities in accordance with the Research Safety strategic plan. This position will collaborate with Departmental coordinators and EHS & RL&S Senior Specialists to promote best management practices throughout the campus. The Senior Lab Safety Officer will be responsible for providing professional leadership, administrative oversight and for managing laboratory safety operations, services and programs in all locations. Develop, maintain and promote policies, procedures and programs for laboratory safety, and ensure the campuses are compliant within University protocols, in accordance with pertinent local, state and federal laboratory health and safety codes, standards and regulations. The position will be responsible for the effective implementation and ongoing quality improvement of technology-based systems for the Lab Safety team, including but not limited to chemical tracking, database and training. This position has indirect supervisory responsibility for several Safety Team positions as well as departmental designated coordinators utilizing University BioRAFT database system.
Position is responsible for providing administrative leadership to Tandon's Department of Biomedical Engineering. This includes, but is not limited to, overseeing the department's academic and business operations, course scheduling, budget oversight, and adjunct and student hiring. The individual should also assist in the faculty appointment processes, including onboarding, tenure reviews, and reappointments. In conjunction with the Department Chair, position will help develop and implement strategic goals, ensure effective and efficient delivery of quality and timely services, coordinate complex administrative matters, resolve escalated issues, drive a culture of administrative excellence, and champion diversity and inclusivity throughout the department.
The Manager of Events & Administrations provides formality and structure to all events and programming for the Tandon School of Engineering cooperatively with University and school units and departments. This position illuminates faculty, staff and student-led projects by embedding them into the annual structure for community-wide events and programs. Serves as the schools primary Event Management System (EMS) system administrator, proposing recommendations and improvements to the overall event and reservation process. In addition, the manager will take the lead on all operational communications and fulfillment of the administrative needs of the Operations team, including administration of the Dean’s managed workspaces and apartments.
Working closely with the Assistant Dean of Student Life & Services, provide leadership and direction on the strategy, policy-making, operation, and development of comprehensive and coordinated career development programming, resources, and services for Tandon undergraduate and graduate students, and alumni. Cultivate and manage internal institutional collaborations with central career services (Wasserman Center for Career Development) and departments throughout the University. Develop strong partnerships throughout Tandon, including with the academic departments, to create targeted and specialized programs and services that cater to the unique needs, interests, and goals of Tandon students. Position will provide guidance to the Experiential Learning Center (ELC) leadership to help develop it in coordination with the Tandon Career Hub and Tandon’s curricular programs. Continually develop external industry partnerships. Supervise all programming, resources, and communications including employer recruiting activities and career education programs. Provide career coaching to Tandon students (undergraduate and graduate) and recent alumni. Lead assessment initiatives, conduct external and internal analyses, and report on outcomes. Manage budget and supervise 2 full time staff and 3 student employees.
This position serves as a primary point of contact for all general department administration including calendaring, updating communications, ordering supplies, supporting events, responding to faculty and student inquiries, coordinating and processing student and adjunct employee hiring, and course scheduling. Provides administrative support to the Department Administrator, Senior Administrative Manager and Department Chair.
Develop employer engagement strategy, manage on-campus recruiting program and employer-related activities tailored for the needs and goals of STEM students. Cultivate and manage industry relationships and develop systems and policies around employer engagement and recruiting. Serve as the main point of contact for all industry and employer partners as well as institutional collaborators related to industry connections. Provide career coaching to Tandon students (undergraduate and graduate) and recent alumni. Collaborate with institutional partners at Tandon and throughout the University.
The Laboratory Manager will be responsible for the day-to-day operation of the teaching laboratory facilities on the 6th floors of Rogers Hall, primarily serving the Civil and Urban Engineering, Chemical and & Biomolecular Engineering and Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering departments. The position reports to the Associate Director of Laboratory Operations. Activities include working directly with teaching faculty to facilitate teaching of laboratory courses; laboratory safety training and policy; FDNY C14 certification training; maintaining equipment and instrument; maintaining service records; supervising equipment operations; creating and disseminating standard operating procedures and policies; regularly interacting with Tandon Laboratory Safety Officer and NYU Environmental Health and Safety/ Research Lab Safety and Facilities Management.
This position provides analytical and technical support of systems and services supported by the Office of the Registrar. The Business Analyst ensures the accurate entry of new records and management of existing ones in SIS/Albert and the identification and remediation of duplicate records and insuring that all sources of data are following designated data policies. This position performs functional and security analysis and configuration of multiple systems, acts as the liaison to technical support teams, and serves on implementation teams for future systems. The position supports the systems’ administrative and self-service users with training, reporting, and troubleshooting, and performs tasks integral to the central use of the systems. This position develops, documents, and maintains standards, policies and procedures, and creates new business processes or enhancements to existing processes that promote essential activities.
The Business Analyst is responsible for providing functional support to Enrollment Management and units across the University for the University student information system (SIS) and other ancillary systems/applications. This position oversees the management of data integrity, provides training, and creates documentation. The Business Analyst maintains advanced knowledge of University system functionality, analyzes business processes/procedures, and identifies dependencies and implications of change to various functional areas and integration points with other systems. The Business Analysts is expected to design, configure, develop, test, implement and maintain approved applications, including reports, interfaces, and data conversions. They must communicate and coordinate effectively and professionally with business owners to ensure accurate understanding and acceptance of system configurations.
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