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Academic Secretary New York
The CIE/IED program is one of the largest programs at TC. This position will assist in ensuring the smooth functioning of the IED/CIE academic program office through support of faculty, students, and other department staff members including peer advisors and doctoral fellows in conjunction and cooperation with central college offices.
Office Associate New York
The Dean Hope Center for Educational and Psychological Services (DHCEPS) is the in-house training setting for graduate students in the clinical, counseling, school psychology, reading specialist, and special education departments. The DHCEPS is a community-oriented setting that provides affordable psychological & psycho-educational assessments, individual & family psychotherapy, vocational & career counseling and reading remediation to community members from the greater New York City. The Interim Staff will work with the secretary and Associate Director to ensure smooth operation of the main office and testing library at DHCEPS. The staff will perform clerical duties including, but not limit to, deal with internal and external correspondence, set up and maintain filing systems, coordinate fee adjustment procedure and update information in the computer database program. The Interim Staff is suitable for someone who is interested in office operation for human services & mental health organizations. The position will be supervised by the Associate Director. DHCEPS generally operates Monday to Thursday 9am to 9pm, Friday to Sunday 9am to 5pm during academic year.
Disbursements Financial Analyst New York
Disbursement Financial Analyst needed to support the systems and processes within the Disbursement Departments (Payroll and Accounts Payable) in a HigherEd work environment. Candidate must be knowledgeable, innovative, self-motivated, and highly organized to troubleshoot, train, document, and improve the interfaces and software systems used to pay employees, students, and vendors.
College Events Work Study New York
SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:  Assist in execution of various College events.  Assist with tracking of all RSVPs.  Event prep including nametags, place cards, registration sheets, etc.  Research as assigned by Event staff, including vendors, costs, supplies, etc.  Assist in all aspects of Convocation (including working at Convocation).  Filing, errands, phone calls, mailings, duplicating, faxing, general office work, and any other tasks related to office management as requested.  Work with other areas of the college including Duplicating, Facilities, Public Safety, Academic Departments and senior administration as needed.  A working knowledge of social media REQUIREMENTS:  Excellent computer skills, experienced in Windows, Excel, Microsoft Word. Database experience helpful (such as RE). Graphic design skills desirable. ( Adobe Photoshop, In-Design, etc.)  Detail- oriented, excellent organizational skills, an ability to work under pressure and adhere to deadlines.  Ability to work events as requested  Able to take the initiative, maintain confidentiality, and comfortably and respectfully work with all levels of the college community. Reliable yet flexible to meet changing needs of the office. Available for occasional evenings and weekends, especially during the pre-Convocation weeks.  A real team player, able to work under pressure and deadlines, manage independent projects, yet be willing to perform routine office work including errands, filing, phones, mailings, duplicating, faxing, etc.  An outgoing, cheerful, can-do calm demeanor necessary.
Gottesman Libraries Administrative Fellow New York
The Gottesman Libraries is looking for Administrative Fellows to support faculty and students in their use of the Library at Teachers College.
Accounts Payable Supervisor New York
Responsible for supervising a staff of 3 in performing Accounts Payable daily activities. Manage workflow and functions in a fast-paced high volume environment, in accordance with defined standards. Review data entry, electronic invoices, and expense reports for accuracy, policy and regulatory compliance. Provide prompt and complete resolution to AP inquiries and issues. Maintain processing metrics; review 1099 and 1042-S data for accuracy, and assist with annual filings and corrections as needed.
College Work Study - Digital Communications Coordinator in External Affairs New York
The Digital Communications team in External Affairs is seeking a motivated student to help produce, maintain and measure written and multimedia content for the Teachers College institutional website, www.TC.edu, and social media; and to train users on the College’s TerminalFour Content Management System.
College Work Study - Digital Content Assistant New York
The Arts & Humanities department seeks a Digital Content Assistant -Work Study
Interim Office Assistant (Klingenstein Center) New York
Office support for outreach, mailings, database entry and other office duties as assigned
College Work Study - Grant Researcher New York
The Office of International Affairs (OIA) seeks a work study student to support the work of international engagement at Teachers College as OIA Grant Researcher. The primary responsibility of the Grant Researcher is to oversee and maintain an accurate and comprehensive grant database for TC faculty and students engaged in international work.
Graduate Assistant Professional Development New York
The Center for Technology and School Change (CTSC) at Teachers College, Columbia University works with school communities and educational organizations to transform the design of school learning environments for the 21st century through research, research-based professional development, and the evaluation of technology use in the schools. The Center is hiring a Professional Development Graduate Assistant to engage with members of the Center in providing professional development services.
Graduate Assistant (SPA-NOLA) New York
The SPA|NOLA Program at the Organization and Leadership department is looking for a Graduate Research Assistant (RA) to help to conduct research projects during Fall 2019 semester. This is a paid position. The RA supports the program in conducting the day-to-day research activities, including loading surveys on Qualtrix, cleaning the data for analysis, and assisting in the production of materials used to produce high-quality research reports.
Graduate Assistant for Teachers College Inclusive Classrooms Project New York
TCICP is seeking a GA to support our research and publication efforts.
College Work Study (Professor Ellie Drago-Severson) New York
Dr. Ellie Drago-Severson, Professor of Education Leadership and Adult Learning and Leadership, is seeking a Work-Study student to assist with the following: research-related activities, conducting literature reviews, creating annotated bibliographies, general administrative responsibilities, office/research organization, conference preparation, research conference PowerPoint presentations, web-based research for webpage content and other duties as assigned.
Communications & Technology Assistant (Work Study) New York
The Office of International Affairs (OIA) seeks a work study student to support the work of international engagement at Teachers College. The primary responsibility of the Communications & Technology Assistant (CTA) is to oversee, update and maintain the OIA website. This includes interviewing faculty, students, and alumni; writing and editing profiles for the OIA website; writing event descriptions and creating other original web posts; and managing and updating OIA’s social media accounts. Towards this, the CTA will be required to attend training for the College’s CMS, TerminalFour. In addition to this, the CTA may be asked to assist with general office duties such as helping to coordinate visits from international delegations; and organizing internal meetings and events. This position reports to the Program Manager.

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