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Project Number:  ADM 600 CA                                                      

Department:   Administration             

Division:  Occupational Health Services                                  

Work Location/Room Number:  180 Livingston Street, Brooklyn, New York

Title of College Aide Position:  Medical Administrative Support Aide   

Name of Continuing Student (if applicable):

Number of Positions:  2                 

Major(s) Preferred:  Human Resources, Health Services, Liberal Arts, Business

Overview of Dept/Division:
The Medical Assessment Center #1, (MAC 1) is responsible for the assessment of Transit employees and individuals desiring employment with Transit.  We evaluate persons looking to be reinstated with Transit and employees sent in by their department’s supervision when a disability is noted requesting an ability to perform.  MAC 1 is required to assess the client’s ability to work in a particular title.  Included are referrals made to External Physicians Specialists for further evaluation.  In addition, the processing of the Bus Operators Driver under Article 19A Forms.  

Project Responsibilities:
The selected candidate will engage in the processing of the employees/clients, retrieving or creating a medical record for the clients, processing of Bus Operator, Driver under Article 19A forms and data entry.  In addition to the computer piece the work involves heavy filing, faxing, and copying. 

Special Qualifications or Background Needed:      

  • Strong verbal, written communication and interpersonal skills
  • Knowledge of PC applications including Microsoft Office

Project Number: EVP 700

Department: EVP

Division: Operations Planning

Work Location/Room Number: 2 Broadway, A17.14

Title of Intern Position: Operations Analysis Intern

Number of Positions: 1

Major(s) Preferred: Transportation Management, Urban Planning, Social Sciences, Mathematics, Computer Science

Overview of Dept/Division:
The Division of Operations Planning is responsible for designing effective and efficient subway and bus service for New York City Transit.  The Subway Operations Improvement unit monitors and measures subway operational performance and develops strategies for reducing delays and improving performance.  The unit works closely with other OP units, as well as with the Department of Subways.

Project Responsibilities:
The Operations Analysis Intern will undertake one or more in-depth analyses of a specific aspect of subway operations, such as on-time performance or the regularity of train service, for a single line or a group of lines.  Tasks can cover the full range of an operations analysis, from data collection through data entry to statistical analysis and development of recommendations.  While some of the data collection will involve the use of available systems resources, much will require directly observing train operations.  The specific project(s) to which the intern will be assigned will be determined based on the current needs of the Subway Operations Improvement unit and the skills and interests of the intern selected.

Special Qualifications or Background Needed:
Required skills: Basic computer skills, including spreadsheet and word processing software.
Desired skills: General understand of transportation planning; knowledge of the New York Subway; strong writing skills.

Project Number: ADM 706 CA

Department:   Administration

Division: Research and Training

Work Location/Room Number:  2 Broadway / Room C13.21

Title of College Aide Position:  Training Program Assistant

Major(s) Preferred:  Organizational Development, Communication, Education, Sociology,
Psychology, Social Science

Number of Positions: 1                     

Overview of Dept/Division:

The Division of Research and Training’s Managerial Professional Development Team delivers and develops a multitude of training programs, seminars and organizational development projects for middle and senior level managers within NYCT. The team’s projects provide managers with the resources to incite personal and professional growth required to align their unit with the agency’s mission and goals. Topics include but are not limited to: communication, conflict management, leadership, writing, managing stress, intergeneration workforce, & more…


Training Program Assistant responsibilities include, (but not limited to):

  1. Assist with creating, updating and formatting  Power Point slide shows
  2. Assist in technical and creative program and program material design
  3. Research and organize information through via multiple sources (including Internet)
  4. Organize and update training reports and provide administrative assistance
  5. Travel to nearby facilities to assist with various aspects of training

Special Qualifications or Background Needed:      

Candidates should be adept communicators who are interested in further developing verbal and written skills; proficiency in Microsoft applications is required along with the ability to work in a diverse, professional, administrative and creative environment.


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