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Service Desk Lab Assistant New York
The Service Desk Lab Assistant - Supports students, faculty and staff desktop computer users with a strong commitment to high-quality customer service and solid work ethic. The consultant responds to customer inquiries through phone, email and local site visits, creating trouble tickets and resolving problems. Works in a team environment to triage all incoming calls to determine who in the organization should address/fix higher level problems. The service desk team shares responsibility for user training, desktop imaging and deployment, and maintaining internal documentation and the Service Desk portal, with each accountable for specific tasks and deliverables.
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.
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.
Application Systems Developer (Java/Oracle) - Programmer/Analyst I New York
The Application Systems Developer (Java/Oracle) will work with various units of the college to support their functions using appropriate technology, primarily the Banner system.
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.
Lead Application Systems Developer (Java) New York
The Lead Developer will 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. 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. 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.
Classroom Technology Specialist Assistant New York
The Classroom Technology Specialist Assistant will be responsible for supporting the Interactive media Services Team with the installation and set up of classroom technology.
College Work Study--TC REACH Expanded Learning Opportunities Facilitators New York
TC REACH partners with five public schools across K-12 in the Harlem community to provide high quality expanded learning opportunities during lunchtime, after school, and school-day push-in settings (10 am – 5 pm).
College Work Study – TC REACH Coordinators for Community School Supports New York
TC REACH partners with five public schools across K-12 in the Harlem community to support their implementation of a community school model including teaching & learning, physical and mental health, expanded learning opportunities, attendance, and family support and engagement. REACH is looking for individuals who can support administrative efforts for our programming including: a REACH Expanded Learning Opportunities Coordinator, Community School Coordinator, Family Support and Engagement Coordinator, and REACH Data & Assessment Coordinator.
Community Impact: Off Campus Work Study (Multiple Positions) New York
Community Impact, one of TC's off-campus partners, is seeking Work Studies for the '18-19 academic year.
Research Coordinator New York
The Neurocognition of Language Lab at Teachers College, Columbia University located in the Department of Biobehavioral Sciences has an opening for a part-time research coordinator. The applicant will be supervised by Dr. Lisa Levinson. The NCLLab conducts theoretically-grounded empirical research using behavioral, electroencephalographic, and other brain imaging modalities, with the goal of increasing understanding of the processes and representations involved in speech, language and cognition, and informing best practices in clinical and educational arenas. The candidate will have the opportunity to work on a grand-funded reading intervention study, utilizing EEG to measure the N170 ERP component pre/post-intervention in 6th-grade students receiving an evidence-based technology-assisted instructional program, as well as age-matched and reading level-matched control groups. The candidate will assist with recruitment, study related presentations, participant screenings, scheduling participants, intervention program administration, coordination and tracking of behavioral measures, assist with EEG runs (perform informed consent procedures as well as follow experimental protocol), EEG data processing, EEG/ERP analysis and generate finding summaries.
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.
Director TC Press New York
Director, Teachers College Press Teachers College, Columbia University is recruiting for the position of Director at Teachers College Press. The successful candidate will be responsible for leading and focusing the current and future publishing program-- new books, reprints, digital products, content management applications, and special projects (annual sales of approximately $7,000,000., 55-65 titles/year plus an active backlist of more than 500 titles).
IUME College Work Study New York
The Institute for Urban and Minority Education seeks TC graduate students to assist in faculty sponsored administrative and research based projects.
Administrative Coordinator - Graduate Writing Center New York
The Graduate Writing Center offers a variety of writing services to the Teachers College, Columbia University community. During private consultations, students have the opportunity to focus on any aspect of their writing with one of our qualified consultants. The Graduate Writing Center also offers workshops, events, and other programming throughout the year on topics that meet the wide-reaching needs of the Teachers College community (including students, faculty, staff, and alumni). Through a dynamic and team-oriented approach, the Administrative Coordinator - Graduate Writing Center provides administrative leadership for the Center's staff. The Coordinator reports to the Director of Student Affairs and is responsible for creating a positive and effective environment to support the Writing Center's mission of making visitors better writers.

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