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College Work Study: EPSA Office Assistant New York
Provide research and admin support to the EPSA main office. Must be a student from OUTSIDE of the EPSA Department. As part of the regular work schedule, must be able to work on Tuesdays, from 11:00am to 3:00pm.
College Work Study - Service Desk Lab Assistant New York
The Service Desk Lab Assistant - Supports students, faculty and staff desktop computer users In the Computer Labs 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.
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.
Annual Fund College Work Study New York
The Annual Fund Department in the Office of Development and External Affairs is seeking a work-study student to assist with general administrative and fundraising responsibilities. This is a great opportunity for a responsible, highly motivated, detail- oriented, energetic individual to become more involved in the College, learn about fundraising, and to earn some money. The work-study student will report to the Associate Director of the Annual Fund and will be expected to be a productive member of a team of four. Prior office experience preferred.
Data Collectors for Developing Language and Literacy Lab (511238-6254) (1-6) 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.
Senior Research Associate New York
The Senior Research Associate is responsible for leading research planning and management, data collection and analysis, and writing and dissemination activities across multiple research projects that relate to community college student supports and/or teaching and learning. S/he is also tasked with day-to-day project management, staff supervision and training, partnership cultivation, and representing the Center as a content expert. The Senior Research Associate also leads select project fundraising and organizational development efforts.
College Work Study: Communications Assistant, Enrollment Services New York
The Office of Enrollment Services is hiring a student for the 2018-2019 academic year to support our Senior Communications Specialist in developing recruitment content. The ideal candidate will be an excellent writer who is creative, detail-oriented, and passionate about promoting the Teachers College experience.
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). Responsibilities include: planning and delivering a structured club, tutoring, or enrichment program for students on a weekly basis; preparing lessons and materials for each session; maintaining accurate records of attendance and/or student performance; working with the REACH ELO Specialist to adjust programmatic delivery based on the needs of the schools and students. Schedule is flexible based on the needs of the school and applicant, but will include approximately 2 – 5 hours per week in schools. We are looking for candidates who can provide programming around: visual arts, dance, photography, book club, science club, elementary math enrichment, tutoring (elementary, middle or high school), or other similar suggestions.
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. Responsibilities may include: organizing for & collecting surveys or focus groups of families/students; assisting with the design of interim assessments; coordinating student showcases; maintaining accurate records of student and/or parent attendance at programming; researching and compiling community resources for families and students around adult education, wellness, and legal services. Flexible schedule, approximately 5 hours per week. Some work may be completed at school sites.
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.
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.

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