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Work Study- Human Resources New York
Work Study position --working in the office of Human Resources. Awarded federal work-study for the term in which a work-study position is being sought. Matriculated student in a TC degree program. Taking at least 6 credits (or equivalent, which includes full-time equivalent offerings - HBSK 6480, CCPJ 6480, CCPX 6480, or any 8900 course). Full-time TC employees are not eligible for this position. Must be able to abide by the Student Confidentiality Agreement. Must be able to abide by the Student Privacy Requirements.
College Work Study - Registrar's Office New York
Workstudy for the Office of the Registrar.
AADM Work Study (Lena) Fall 2018 New York
Dr. Jennifer Lena (Teachers College, Columbia, Arts Administration program) seeks a Work-Study eligible Research Assistant to assist with research tasks relating to two projects: one concerning artistic legitimation and the other concerning work in creative industries.
Analytics and Research Technology Specialist New York
Responsible for ensuring that faculty and students have access to quantitative and qualitative analysis resources they need for research and teaching/learning. This includes providing training, creating documentation, and troubleshooting the research programs supported by the College, such as SPSS, R, and NVivo. The specialist will work with faculty and students manage data from EdX, the College Canvas LMS, and research databases to support analysis and visualization from these and other sources. The position requires a sound background in statistics and measurements and a working knowledge of SQL and database technologies. This includes understanding data collection and survey methodologies, as the specialist will support the Qualtrics survey platform as well as an instance of REDCap.
Web & Mobile App Dev Team Lead New York
This position is for a hands-on, technical team lead who is familiar with the demands associated with the development of multi-tier web applications, who can stay on top of the latest developments in this field and who can effectively collaborate with other application development teams to deliver cross-platform solutions.
Programmer/Analyst I New York
Work with various units of the college to support their functions using appropriate technology, primarily the Banner system. Elicit, analyze, and document user requirements, including information needs, work-flow, procedures, and computer systems. Propose and implement solutions including, but not limited to, computer systems. Evaluate software and hardware platforms for appropriateness to the college's needs. Maintain vendor software, including TC customizations. Keep management informed of status of efforts and any problems. Work independently; must demonstrate initiative, drive, creativity, persistence, and thoroughness, and exercise project-level leadership.
Assistant Program Manager (UELP) New York
The Urban Education Leaders Program is seeking an Assistant Program Manager to support students and faculty in this Executive Education-style Ed.D. program. This is a part time position (25 - 27 hours per week). The successful candidate will demonstrate the ability to work with the UELP co-directors on program planning and development and manage an array of curricular, administrative and logistical tasks (see below). The Assistant Program Manager will be expected to take initiative, follow through on tasks in an efficient and effective manner, and communicate effectively with multiple stakeholders both within and outside Teachers College.
Team Lead and Senior Software Developer New York
Work with various units of the college to support their functions using appropriate technology, primarily the Banner ERP system. Elicit, analyze, and document user requirements, including information needs, work-flow, procedures, and computer systems. Propose and implement solutions including, but not limited to, computer systems. Maintain vendor software, including TC customizations. Keep management informed of status of efforts and any problems. Provide project management, work independently, and provide guidance and/or direction to less senior team members; must demonstrate initiative, drive, creativity, persistence and thoroughness. Keep current with new technologies. The Team Lead works to further the college's capabilities by proposing new practices, procedures, and technologies.
Executive Assistant to Vice President, Development & External Affairs New York
The Executive Assistant provides administrative support and project coordination to the Vice President for Development & External Affairs (DEA). Qualified candidates will have significant relevant experience in a related position supporting an executive or team of executives, and will have ample experience managing confidential matters. The ideal candidate will have the ability to navigate and manage multiple calendars, and must be comfortable providing superior support to senior executives, while demonstrating composure and professional integrity at all times.
Information Processing Assistant New York
Information Processing Assistant serves as a member of Advancement Services Team responsible for entering new records and updating current records, improving integrity of Raiser’s Edge database by researching archives for lost alumni. Other duties include data processing, reporting, and general clerical support for the data management team.
Department Administrator New York
The Department Administrator is an integral part of the Human Resources Services Team reporting to the Assistant Vice President of Human Resources and working alongside all HR staff. The position has office management responsibilities, will assist the AVP in special projects, manage calendars and supervise staff in new hire implementation, reception and administrative projects.
Doctoral Research Fellow New York
The Office of International Affairs (OIA) seeks a Doctoral Research Fellow (DRF) to support the work of international engagement at Teachers College. The successful candidate will assist in designing research studies initiated by OIA; collect and analyze data; and write a range of summaries and reports. The DRF will also participate in the planning and organization of international activities; coordinate visiting delegations; and serve as a liaison for student-related activities. Interested doctoral students must apply through the TC employment website. Applicants whose qualifications best meet the job description will be contacted for an interview, or may receive an offer letter via email. If not selected, no notification will be provided, but the application will remain active until the end of the term and will be considered for other vacancies, if applicable.
TCRWP Interim Hourly New York
The Teachers College Reading and Writing Project is looking for summer interns to assist staff with all of the logistical preparation for and coordination of four week-long summer institutes. The institutes take place from late June through the third week in August. Each one is attended by 1000-1,400 participants from all over the world.
Associate Director of Alumni Relations New York
The Office of Alumni Relations at Teachers College is looking for a dynamic, self-starter to help drive alumni engagement. Reporting to the Senior Director of Alumni Relations, the Associate Director will implement a strategic plan to engage alumni and facilitate program development. Moreover, he/she will co-manage alumni activities and initiatives, providing general support to the Senior Director of Alumni Relations, in the implementation and execution of marquee events, including Academic Festival and Global TC Day; and in maintaining strong relationships with key partners both on and off campus. The Associate Director will focus on creating and fostering relationships with alumni, the university and among alumni themselves, strategically targeting academic programs, geographic locations and special interest groups. The Associate Director will also be responsible for the volunteer management (including the recruitment, training and committee projects) of the Alumni Council, alumni association committees, regional and special interest groups. Furthermore, he/she will have a vision for integrating new technologies and concepts, such as social media platforms, marketing tools and other resources that will improve the alumni experience, be it virtual or face-to-face, and enhance efficiency.
Acquisitions and Materials Librarian New York
The Gottesman Libraries seek an Acquisitions/Materials Librarian to support the daily operations of the resources management unit that is responsible for the acquisition of all print and electronic library materials, the management of those materials, and the overall maintenance of library collections, contemporary and historical.

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