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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.
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.
College Work Study – TC REACH Web Site/Social Media After School Leaders 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 interested in supporting our schools to build student capacity to manage their school’s internet presence. Responsibilities may include: planning for and leading after school “geek squad” experiences for students in grades 4 – 12 to learn how to update their school websites, and/or assisting school-based staff to use technology to promote their schools. Flexible schedule, approximately 5 hours per week. Some work may be completed at school sites.
College Work Study - Office Assistant New York
The Department of Mathematics, Science & Technology seeks a work-study student for AY 18-19 to be an Office Assistant.
Data Collectors for Developing Language and Literacy Lab (511238-6254) New York
The Developing Language and Literacy Lab, directed by Dr. Carol Scheffner Hammer, is involved in an exciting new project. Through funding from the US Department of Education, we are piloting a professional development model to improve teachers' language and literacy supports in preschool classrooms. Data collectors are needed to work on the project to assist with pre-test data collection through the recruitment of families, and the assessment of preschool children on measures of language and literacy in their preschool classrooms in the fall of 2018.
Research Assistant (517004-6254) New York
The Developing Language and Literacy (DLL) Lab, directed by Dr. Carol Scheffner Hammer at Teachers College, Columbia University, is seeking research assistants to work on a new intervention research project. Research assistants will transcribe and perform grammatical analyses of pre- and post-intervention language samples and assess the fidelity of implementation. Candidates for this position must speak and write English fluently and have an undergraduate background in communication sciences and disorders, linguistics or related field. Candidates should also demonstrate strong organizational, time management, and computer skills. Knowledge of the computer program, Systematic Analysis of Language Transcripts (SALT), is preferred.
College Work Study - Book project in CMLTD Program New York
The Department of Mathematics, Science & Technology seeks to hire a Work-Study Student to work on a book project with a professor in the Communication, Media, and Learning Technologies Design (CMLTD) Program.
College Work Study: Office of Doctoral Studies New York
Assist the Office of Doctoral Studies within the Office of the Registrar with office projects, entering student data in Banner and NOLIJ systems, scan doctoral student files, type and send letters to doctoral students and faculty, assist in Excel data report for graduation list, and other duties as assigned by Office of Doctoral Studies staff.
Reading Rescue Senior Coordinator New York
Reading Rescue is a daily, one-to-one 30-minute literacy intervention for first and second grade students who are significantly below achieving benchmark in reading. In addition, Reading Rescue is a highly effective professional development program for school staff members. Reading Rescue is currently implemented in 50 schools that are members of the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project network. The majority of these schools are Title 1 and located in high poverty neighborhoods. A two-year Reading Rescue course prepares teachers, educational assistants and paraprofessionals to provide skilled intervention for vulnerable students.
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.
TCCS Office Assistant (Project Assistant) New York
The Office of School and Community Partnerships (OSCP) leverages faculty and student expertise, research, teaching, and service to enrich learning and improve outcomes in New York City public schools, especially those in the local community. A major initiative of OSCP is the development of Teachers College Community School (TCCS), which was established by Teachers College and the New York City Department of Education as a non-selective, public, demonstration PreK-8 school with a formal affiliation with TC. Opened in 2011, the school now serves pre-Kindergarten through seventh grades in two buildings: Upper School at 168 Morningside Avenue; Lower School at 223 W 132nd Street.
Center Administrator/Administrative Director New York
The full-time Center Administrator is responsible for the smooth fiscal and organizational operation of the National Center for Children and Families. The responsibilities include fiscal management and reporting, human resource oversight and management, communication functions, and general administrative management. The incumbent will help facilitate the coordination of events, workshops and conferences, and update the Center’s webpages. In this position, the Center Administrator will report directly to the Center Co-Directors and will handle the induction and oversight of administrative staff and those with administrative functions.
SRI Survey Research Assistant III New York
The TC Survey Research Initiative, founded by Professor Wohlstetter (EPSA), designs, administers and analyzes surveys for external clients. Our clients range from traditional public and charter schools and Charter Management Organizations to independent and parochial schools. We also work with arts and social justice organizations that offer educational programs. TC SRI is looking for a TC graduate student who will be available April 2018 through the Spring semester of 2019. The person will work up to 19 hours per week and will report directly to Professor Wohlstetter. We are looking for a person who will be able to commit to this position for at least a year. Start Date: Immediate
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.
College Work Study (BURSAR) New York
The desired student must have demonstrated oral and written communications skills, and be able to work with numeric and alpha filing systems. He/she must be professional and be able to work independently, be focused on the task at hand without engaging in unnecessary chatter with other office personnel. He/she must have a pleasant attitude. The desired student worker must have the ability to work in a fast-paced environment, be able to multi-task, and must report to work punctually. He/she must be able to maintain confidentiality of student information in accordance with the FERPA regulations; pay attention to detail, be accurate and be task oriented. Desired individual must be able to retrieve and return office voicemails and perform some lifting.

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