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Office Administrator New York
The Office Administrator will act as the primary reviewer for the Liberal Arts and Sciences requirements for candidates applying to New York State Approved Teacher Preparation Programs at Teachers College. In addition, the Office Administrator will act as liaison for OTE with Admissions, Programs, Faculty, Staff and Students relating to the review process.
Administrative Fellow: CU Office of Work/Life New York
The role of the School and Child Care Search Service, a part of the Office of Work/Life, is to provide information on the NYC educational landscape thereby facilitating access to schooling options for the families who are a part of the Columbia University community. Depending on the age and needs of the child, these options may include independent early education programs or city-funded PreK for All programs, K-12 schooling in public, independent, faith-based, or charter schools, or special education programs. With more and more children attending school in New York City, the need to be well informed about all of the choices available to Columbia families is essential.
Assistant to the Director New York
The Hollingworth Center seeks an Assistant to the Director to work with Dr. Lisa Wright on areas including professional development, curriculum design, program development, funding, and publicity.
Graduate Assistant (NSF Data Visualization and Analytics Workshop) New York
The program in Education Leadership in the Department of Organization and Leadership is seeking a Graduate Research Assistant to work with Associate Professor Alex J. Bowers. As part of a National Science Foundation grant in collaboration with multiple New York school districts, Dr. Bowers is hosting a two-day workshop in collaboration with educators and researchers (100+ attendees) around school and district data and evidence use, data visualization, and data dashboards.
Digital Content and Events Manager New York
The Department of Arts and Humanities seeks a part time digital content and events manager. The individual is expected to work seamlessly with other staff in the department in effectively implementing core missions of the department.
Summer Interim New York
Reviewing Budget Transfers for accuracy, scanning transfer for electronic filing; General office tasks such as receiving and distributing the mail, knowledge of MS Office, running errands and filing.
Fee Based Instructor: Creative Technologies Bootcamp New York
This position will be responsible for the facilitation of a two-day non-credit workshop, Creative Technologies Bootcamp
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.
CCRC Proposal Assistant New York
The CCRC Research Assistant will work closely with our proposal development teams in the summer. Tasks include supporting research logistics, retrieving and reviewing research literature, and contributing to written products. Proficiency using the Microsoft suite, Google apps and strong communications skills are required. Candidate should be resourceful, detail-oriented, dependable, and have a well-articulated interest in higher education and issues of access to and success in postsecondary education. Experience with community colleges is preferred. This is a summer position only.
Arts Administration Professional Development Coordinator New York
The Arts Administration program (ARAD) is seeking an entrepreneurially-minded, motivated part-time Professional Development Coordinator (PDC) to advance its professional development program. Reporting to the Program Manager, the PDC is responsible for the implementation of the required internship for the M.A. degree, which includes organizing professional development events for students in collaboration with internal and external arts and culture professionals.
Assistant Professor in Intellectual Disability/Autism New York
The Intellectual Disability/Autism (ID/Autism) Programs at Teachers College, Columbia University seek a tenure-track Assistant Professor. The successful candidate will have a doctorate in Special Education, Psychology, Human Development or related field, a strong record of scholarship in a clear line of research focused on individuals with developmental disabilities, and strong evidence of potential for external funding. The ideal candidate will have research expertise focused on individuals with developmental disabilities during the late childhood, adolescence, or post-secondary periods in addition to strong quantitative group-level methodological and statistical skills. Candidates should have an explicit commitment to diversity and to advancing understanding and outcomes for underrepresented groups. Research and/or professional experience in PK-12 schools is strongly preferred.
Assistant Professor of Arts Administration New York
The Arts Administration program at Teachers College, Columbia University invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor faculty position to begin September 1, 2020. The Arts Administration program has a strong research orientation and an internationally renowned masters program. Duties will include teaching masters-level courses; supervising student research; on-going program development; and advising. The successful candidate must be willing to assume responsibilities of academic administration and planning as part of the professorial role and collaborate with colleagues in program development, implementation, and evaluation.
Interim: Continuing Professional Studies New York
This job will assist the Office of Continuing Professional Studies with the production, retention, and organization of key documentation including certificates of completion and other documents relating to our multiple accreditations.
Registrar New York
Teachers College, Columbia University is the first and largest graduate school of education in the United States and is also perennially ranked among the nation’s best. The College is committed to a vision of education writ large, offering more than 80 programs in the areas of health, education, leadership, and psychology. Teachers College seeks a dynamic, energetic, and innovative individual to join our team as the Registrar. Reporting to the Vice Provost of Enrollment, the Registrar is a key figure who plays an integral role in enrollment services.
Office Assistant (Work Study) New York
Seeking TC students with college work study to work in the Office of Residential Services. Position primarily handles administrative tasks for the office including phones, guest housing reservations, mail room, and general office tasks.

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