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Disbursements Financial Analyst New York
Coordinate the automation of various tasks and procedures in order to improve job flow and streamline processes
Associate Director Klingenstein Center New York
The Klingenstein Center is seeking an Associate Director with a passionate commitment to shaping the future leaders of independent schools. Administrative duties include overseeing admissions and financial aid. Instructional responsibilities include oversight of student field projects. As part of a small team, the Associate Director contributes to the smooth operation of the Klingenstein Center and aims to provide students with meaningful, challenging and relevant learning experiences.
Research Assistant New York
The Consortium for Policy Research in Education (CPRE) brings together education experts from renowned research institutions, including Teachers College, Columbia University; the University of Pennsylvania; Harvard University; Stanford University; the University of Michigan; the University of Wisconsin-Madison; and Northwestern University. CPRE was launched in 1985 as the first national federally funded R&D center for state and local education policy. Since then, CPRE has studied the design, implementation, and effects of dozens of policies and programs, and is widely considered to be among the premier university-based research organizations focused on education policy and evaluation. CPRE researchers and staff at Teachers College (CPRE-TC) are continuing this long tradition by conducting rigorous research and evaluation that aims to improve elementary and secondary education through increased educational effectiveness, equity, and access. Over the years, CPRE’s work has been supported through generous funding from many sources, including the U.S. Department of Education, National Science Foundation, William T. Grant Foundation, Spencer Foundation, Atlantic Philanthropies, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Carnegie Corporation of New York, Goldman Sachs Foundation, William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, Joyce Foundation, Merck Institute for Science Education, National Center on Education and the Economy, Pew Charitable Trusts, Rockefeller Foundation, Student Achievement Partners, General Electric Foundation, SRI International, the Robin Hood Foundation, and the Eric and Wendy Schmidt Fund for Strategic Innovation, among others.
TCCS Liaison New York
The TCCS Liaison provides on-site assistance at the Teachers College Community School, (TCCS), a public PreK-8 school established in 2011 by Teachers College, in collaboration with the New York City Department of Education. The position reports to the Assistant Director of School and Community Partnerships at TC but responsibilities are carried out at the school. Responsibilities include: • Provide onsite supervision for TC students that provide instruction, assistance and interventions at TCCS (Includes specialty instructors, fellows, interns and work-study students). Establish schedules, provide orientation, troubleshoot day-to-day issues, ensure that students comply with school policies and procedures, and maintain regular coordination with Assistant Director and school principal. • Assist the TCCS principal with preparation of school-wide materials (e.g., master schedules, rosters, handbooks) and school data (e.g., enrollments, attendance, assessments). Assist principal with preparation of communications to parents and staff, including the parent newsletter and TCCS website. Collect and regularly update data about school and student characteristics for TC to document the development of the school. • Coordinate annual student recruitment process to include community outreach, participation in admissions fairs, and organization of open houses/information sessions for prospective families. Assist TCCS administration with staff selection processes, to include organization of materials, scheduling of candidates and conducting screening interviews. • Manage TC-sponsored events such as field trips, assemblies, VIP meetings, parent workshops and student showcases at the school and on the TC campus. Assist school staff with school-wide celebrations & ceremonies. Coordinate and lead school tours for prospective parents, visiting educators, donors and public officials. • Special projects as assigned.
Director of International Services New York
We are seeking a Director of International Services who is proficient in the field of international education and who can help lead the Office of International Services and the College in an ever-changing landscape in terms of immigration and globalization. The incumbent must be able to think holistically and institutionally as we welcome our large and diverse population to the College and assist them in achieving their academic and professional goals.
Graduate Writing Center Advisor New York
The Graduate Writing Center offers a variety of writing services to the Teachers College community. During private consultations, students have the opportunity to focus on any aspect of their writing with one of our qualified advisors. The Graduate Writing Center also offers workshops throughout the year on topics that meet the wide-reaching needs of the Teachers College population. We are looking for dynamic and experienced doctoral students to fill part-time openings as writing advisors.
Office Assistant (Arts & Humanities) New York
The Department of Arts & Humanities seeks a work-study student for AY 18-19 to be an Office Assistant. Responsibilities include assisting the Department in the maintenance and staffing of program offices, data entry, deliver and retrieve mail/paperwork, photocopy/scan program and research materials, assist with special projects.
Events Assistant (History Program) New York
During the fall and spring semesters, the History and Education community at Teachers College comes together for a discussion of research and teaching topics in history and education. Featured speakers have included Dr. Duchess Harris, Macalester College, Dr. Judith Weisenfeld, Princeton University, and Dr. Jonathan Rosa, Stanford University. Students registered for A&HH 5670: Colloquium in History and Education, the TC community, and the greater history and education community in New York City are welcome to attend.  The History and Education Program seeks an Events Assistant to provide logistical support for our colloquium. The Events Assistant is responsible for  organizing receptions, setting up, helping with announcements about our events, and handling other duties as assigned.  The Events Assistant will be expected to work 50 hours over the course of the school year, with colloquium meetings once per month.
Evaluation Manager New York
The Center for Technology and School Change at Teachers College, Columbia University is hiring a part-time Evaluation Manager to oversee one or two evaluation contracts, under the guidance and direction of our Center Director. The position involves maintaining communication with client staff, managing data collection, performing analysis and writing reports. The Evaluation Manager will also cultivate relationships with potential and existing clients to grow the evaluation work of the Center in alignment with our core mission. This position is currently offered at part-time with the potential for future full-time work.
College Work Study - Career Education Services New York
The department of Career Education & Professional Development has a unique opportunity for students awarded College Work Study.  Must have been awarded federal work-study for the term in which a work-study position is being sought. Must be a student matriculated in a TC degree program.
Graduate Assistant New York
EdLab at the Gottesman Libraries is seeking Graduate Research Assistants in all areas. Graduate Assistants will bring the perspectives of their fields of study to the work of the library.
College Work Study - Jumpstart New York
Jumpstart members have the unique opportunity to inspire young children to learn, serve in a local community, collaborate with others on a team, and build professional skills. All members receive high quality training to help them implement Jumpstart’s outcome-based program, promote children’s school success, and build family engagement. This position serves vulnerable populations, i.e. preschool children. Jumpstart service is a weekly commitment to make a substantial impact in the lives of young children.
Graduate Assistant (UELP) New York
The Urban Education Leaders Program (UELP) is seeking a Graduate Assistant to support students and faculty in this Executive Education-style Ed.D. program. This is a part-time position (15 hours per week). The successful candidate will demonstrate the ability to work with the UELP co-directors and manage an array of tasks as outlined below. The Graduate Assistant will be expected to take initiative, follow through on assignments in an efficient and effective manner, and communicate effectively with multiple stakeholders within and outside Teachers College.
Facilities Operations Coordinator New York
The Office of Facilities Management is hiring a Facilities Operations Coordinator. This position reports to the Business Manager and is responsible for the following: Space Planning Incorporate corporate standards, create/revise AutoCAD drawings, update room and workstation number assignments/ Space tagging, Space change plans and execution, Signage, Occupancy Reports. Administration Remedy work orders, signage, furniture. Quality control inspections, furniture inventory coordination. Assist Business Manager with financial management and help desk services of the department as needed. Move Coordination Coordinate with movers and IT staff to accomplish both academic and residential moves, including residential move in and move outs. Utilize Facilities Management Systems (DEAM) and (Star Rez) to document and coordinate. Process and maintain employee relocation requests, manage an employee database.
Research Assistant - NCREST New York
The Research Assistant works with NCREST’s project supporting middle early college schools. These small schools are generally located on college campuses and offer traditionally underserved students the opportunity to earn both a high school diploma and a significant number of college credits. NCREST provides continuous improvement support to these schools and their sponsoring organizations by collecting and analyzing quantitative and qualitative data on program design and student performance. We also help schools to use data to make decisions that will improve student outcomes.

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