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Multimedia Producer New York
The Gottesman Libraries seek a Multimedia Producer to work closely with staff colleagues and library patrons to design and implement environmental multimedia to foster learning throughout the library and its various programs and services.
Service Desk Associate Analyst New York
The Service Desk Lab Consultant - Supports students, faculty and staff desktop computer users with a strong commitment to high quality customer service and solid work ethic.
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.
Senior Research Associate New York
The Community College Research Center at the Institute on Education and the Economy at Teachers College, Columbia University is accepting applications for a Senior Research Associate who will serve as a lead quantitative analyst and study leader for a suite of multi-year, grant-funded projects.
College Work Study: Office Assistant New York
The Office of Teacher Education is a resource center for students seeking to obtain information, materials and assistance in matters pertaining to student teaching and teacher certification. The office seeks applicants to assist with administrative matters and special office sponsored events and programs.
Innovation Fellow New York
Teachers College Record is seeking an Innovation Fellow to join the digital publishing team.
Software Architect New York
The Software Architect will design and develop systems and ensure that systems are effectively integrated with current and new applications.
Learning Applications/Systems Researcher New York
Edlab at the Gottesman Libraries envisions, designs, and pilots knowledge projects for a fundamentally different education sector that is attuned to the emerging post-industrial, information-based, globally-connected world.
Art Teaching Assistant -- PT New York
The Rita Gold Center seeks Part TIme Art Teaching Assistants who will to work directly with young children to support art curriculum and experiences as a classroom assistant teacher. Enrollment as Teachers College students required, doctoral student preferred.
Graduate Assistant New York
EdLab at the Gottesman Libraries is seeking Graduate Research Assistants in all areas. Graduate Assistants will bring the perspectives of their fields of study to the work of the library.
Classroom Technology Specialist Assistant New York
Teachers College is seeking a Classroom Technology Specialist Assistant will be responsible for various tasks such as : assisting Faculty with using classroom technology, providing classroom related technical support. etc.
Associate Director of Financial Aid New York
The Office of Financial Aid is seeking a full-time Associate Director of Financial Aid, with a focus on day-to-day operations and managing federal aid processing.This position will report to the Director of Financial Aid.
Assistant Manager for Ph.D. Students New York
The Teachers College Registrar's Office is seeking a qualified candidate to serve as Assistant Manager for Ph.D. This position will work with students to assist with maintaining Ph.D. certification materials and ensure that degree candidates meet all academic requirements.
Senior Research Scientist New York
The Community College Research Center at the Institute on Education and the Economy at Teachers College, Columbia University is accepting applications for the position of Senior Research Scientist to lead a suite of multi-year, grant-funded projects focused on student support services.
Community Teachers: REACH Saturday Academy New York
Through the Office of School and Community Partnerships, Teachers College, Columbia University has convened a partnership consortium (Raising Educational Achievement Coalition of Harlem) that currently consists of five traditional NYC public schools, representing the PK-12 grade span, in West and Central Harlem. Broadly, REACH is a demonstration project of a university–assisted community schools model that seeks to improve students’ educational outcomes through a set of coherent and strategic actions that increases access to comprehensive educational opportunity to better support their academic achievements. As part of its work, REACH helps to support its partner schools with a Saturday Academy program to help strengthen the ELA and math skills of a targeted group of students across grades 3 through 8.  The Saturday Academy Instructor will work with targeted middle school students and a specific content area(s). The Instructor will be provided with content curriculum and be expected to plan and deliver quality instructional lessons based on the curriculum to a class of 10-20 students.

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