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The Audio Visual Media Operations Administrator is responsible for overseeing daily operations for all media technology in all learning spaces; including the classrooms, conference spaces, meeting rooms, and clinic rooms. These spaces are equipped with state-of-the media equipment, such as interactive touch displays and PCs, video recording equipment, web conferencing and distance learning technologies. They have a major impact on the quality of education provided within the school. The summary of responsibilities for this position is as follows: Manage the daily operations of all classrooms and other teaching/ learning spaces within the Steinhardt School; Develop and implement usage policies and service levels; Monitor technology usage and type of activities within the teaching spaces and identify the possibilities for strategic improvements for the future;, maintenance and support; advise and counsel faculty, students and staff on services available within the rooms and the effective usage of the equipment; Implement QA procedures to ensure highest quality end product; Oversee the troubleshooting of all technical issues and take necessary precautions to avoid similar problems in the future.
The Mobile App Service Lead is a position within the Digital Communications Group reporting to the Associate Director. The position provides leadership and management of NYU’s mobile app offerings, including our flagship app, NYU Mobile. Primary focus is to lead the evolution of NYU Mobile, manage mobile app stores and developer accounts, nurture relationships amongst team peers, colleagues, and stakeholders while also staying on top of new mobile platforms, tools, methods, and trends.
The Revenue Cycle Analyst is responsible for providing strong analytic assessments, reporting and operational support on all aspects of revenue cycle operations in a central business office as well as for the clinical departments within NYU Dentistry. Develop and implement procedures to decrease future errors to maximize efficiency. Monitor ongoing performance of Revenue Cycle results through use of key operating indicators (KOI); review patterns to identify trends and variances to maximize collections and reduce recurring billing errors; identify revenue cycle trends to determine root causes and potential improvement opportunities; develop and implement policies and best practices associated with operations, billing, collection, patient access and other workflows to improve revenue cycle performance.
The strategic marketing & communications team in NYU’s division of Enrollment Management combines the power of storytelling with empirical evidence to promote university values and processes to students and lead them through the student lifecycle: recruit, retain, graduate.
The Communications Manager, CRM plays a critical role in reconciling backend database processes with the customer experience. With responsibilities managing a robust Customer Relationship Management (CRM) platform (Slate), the position will develop and execute initiatives internally to ensure a seamless experience for prospective students from lead generation through enrollment, and beyond.
This role will manage extensive processes with key internal stakeholders and partners within Enrollment Management for email campaigns to ensure quality, accuracy, and to leverage advanced technical functionality. In addition, this holds key analytics and reporting responsibilities within the marketing team. Responsible for leading CRM training efforts for new and existing staff within Enrollment Management.
This position will develop, coordinate, and implement programs and services for the Center for Student Life within the Division of Student Affairs. As an active member of the Center for Student Life team this position will have involvement in student organization advisement, university and departmental policy oversight, program and service assessment, major programming, budget management, communication, marketing, and collaboration across the Center for Student Life and campus. Serves with other CSL staff on leading university wide events, and undertake special projects to be assigned at the discretion of the CSL leadership team. This position will primarily focus on working with and supporting International Student life at NYU, with additional oversight of Graduate and Non-Traditional Student life. This position will include involvement with other targeted populations (e.g., commuter and off-campus students, transfer students, students in the military/veteran students, graduate students, first-generation students) in conjunction with a team of professionals. This position will work with departmental leadership in creating community for these populations through on-boarding and orientation programs, student leadership initiatives, comprehensive services, spaces, communication and counterpart engagement. The ideal candidate will develop, implement and supervise an International Student Support Center tailored to New York University’s International student population. Work to develop or enhance appropriate engagement model and resource planning that facilitates student connections with faculty, students, departments, and staff outside the classroom. Work collaboratively with other members of CSL staff, the division of student affairs, university schools, and departments to provide insight to these communities and create programs and services based on needs and trends related to identified student communities. Advise population specific student organizations in major event planning and student advocacy projects that incorporate matters and trends relative to international students various student communities. This position will supervise one Program Administrator who will be working with Graduate and Non-Traditional Student life and one Graduate Student who will be working with International Student life. The position may also have functional supervision over temporary faculty affiliates providing a range of services for students. In conjunction with these staff members, will create and oversee program and population assessments, communication efforts, and manage various program and services related budgets.
Reporting to Tandon's Chief of Staff (CoS) & Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives, the Assistant Director for Data Visualization and Institutional Assessment will be responsible for the development, design and maintenance of Tandon's data visualization dashboards. Working closely with the CoS and Tandon's Director of Assessment and Institutional Research, the incumbent will be responsible for gathering school-wide data and developing a series of understandable, dynamic and enlightening stakeholder facing dashboards that will be used to fuel decision-making among the school's leadership. Key stakeholders include the school's deans, department chairs, faculty, staff and board members.
In accordance with Federal regulations, New York University has established an Institutional Review Board (IRB) to review all proposed research involving human subjects to ensure that the subjects' rights and welfare are adequately protected. This position presents an opportunity for an individual with a commitment to the ethical conduct of research to assist with the day-to-day operations of the human research protection program at NYU.
The NYU Office of Human Research Compliance Assistant IRB Administrator will:
- Support and facilitate IRB processes
- advise Principal Investigators and researchers in developing IRB protocols;
- interpret terms of federal guidelines
- conduct pre-review of IRB protocols;
- assist in developing electronic submission process, problem solve technical errors as necessary
- Serve as Coordinator for the Committee activities:
- Provide preliminary review of the protocols from the faculty;
- Assign protocols to appropriate reviewers
- Distill the Committee critiques at the convened meeting;
- Communicate post-meeting to the principal investigators conveying the Committee’s concerns.
- Oversee database of IRB actions, maintaining data integrity
- Oversee mandated researcher training requirements.
- Provide training and presentations to faculty and students
- Assist in internal audits.
- Work closely with IRB Director and other IRB staff to improve internal processes, e.g., updating Cayuse smart forms and communications, maintaining internal process documents and improving customer service.
SHIFT: Thursday 11:00AM-8:00pm Friday 11:00AM-8:00PM Saturday 6:00AM-3:00PM Sunday 7:00AM-4:00PM
Ensure completion and quality of set up for all events reserved as well as maintain public spaces within The Kimmel Center and other spaces operated by The Kimmel Center.
Partnering with the Manager, Strategic Sourcing; Category Leads; and other members of the Procurement team, conduct complex research and analysis of data relating to procurement spend that will inform departmental procurement sourcing strategies. Generate routine and ad hoc reports, data and charts that would assist in the design and implementation of recommendations and solutions in an effort to reduce procurement category spend, identify supplier consolidation opportunities, and optimize contract compliance. Identify trends and identify to department leaders areas of concern to hone focus to address opportunities for improvement.
The School of Professional Studies is seeking a Director of Finance and Administration to direct the planning and preparation of budget presentations, monitor income and control expenses of operation and restricted/endowment accounts; handle special projects on behalf of the Associate Dean. Establish guidelines for the implementation of corporate training initiatives. Develop corporate opportunities and intensive, executive, or contract education. Supervise staff.
NYU is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to a policy of equal treatment and opportunity in every aspect of its recruitment and hiring process without regard to age, alienage, caregiver status, childbirth, citizenship status, color, creed, disability, domestic violence victim status, ethnicity, familial status, gender and/or gender identity or expression, marital status, military status, national origin, parental status, partnership status, predisposing genetic characteristics, pregnancy, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, unemployment status, veteran status, or any other legally protected basis. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, persons of minority sexual orientation or gender identity, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply for vacant positions at all levels.