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Finance Coordinator New York
The part-time Finance Coordinator role is responsible for the smooth fiscal operation of the National Center for Children and Families. The responsibilities include fiscal management and reporting of a diverse portfolio of federal and private grants and contracts and ensures grants are administered in a fiscally responsible matter, complying with regulations governed by the sponsor and University. The incumbent prepares, drafts and edits grant budget proposals, invoices, and financial reports. S/he also creates budget reports and financial strategic and forecasting documents for Center’s operations. In this position, the Finance Coordinator will report directly to the Center Co-Directors.
Assistant Director of Admission New York
The Office of Admission seeks an energetic, student-centered, skilled admissions professional to join the Enrollment Services team. The person in this role will coordinate recruitment and enrollment for their student caseload and collaborate with Admission colleagues to execute college-wide recruitment efforts.
Assistant or Associate Professor of Dance Education New York
We invite applications for the position of Assistant or Associate Professor of Dance Education. We seek an outstanding, full-time faculty member with a record of important contributions to the field of Dance Education through scholarly and artistic accomplishment along with excellent teaching, leadership in dance education programming, and professional service to join a dedicated team of dance educators and allied faculty in other arts and humanities fields. We will recruit a colleague whose work bridges theory, research and practice to support the development of a new doctoral program in Dance Education. That program focuses on strengthening the field of Dance Education, deepening the knowledge base of pedagogies and teaching models in the field, creating strong links with other faculty and research in teacher education and related domains of professional practice, and contributing to policy development that will support dance education across the life span. Rank and tenure status will be designated at the Assistant or Associate Professor level based on prior accomplishment and experience.
Lecturer in Applied Linguistics & TESOL Program New York
The Applied Linguistics and TESOL program at Teachers College, Columbia University invites applications for a lecturer position in language and education beginning in Fall 2019. The position is renewable, subject to performance review and program needs.
Interim - Budget Office New York
Teacher's College is seeking an interim to assist with departmental needs from and administrative standpoint in the Budget Office. This role is not open to those who are current full-time employees and is restricted to those who are currently students at Teacher's College.
Assistant Director of Enrollment Marketing New York
The Assistant Director of Enrollment Marketing collaborates closely with and supports the Director of Enrollment Marketing to advance strategic awareness, positioning, and to reach enrollment goals for the 100-plus academic programs at Teachers College, Columbia University.
Administrative Coordinator New York
The Office of the Registrar seeks an Administrative Coordinator who will work closely with Administration/Staff/Faculty and approved external organizations within the TC community to effectively and proactively coordinate room assignments and event scheduling. This incumbent will also provide support to the Office of the Registrar's Degree Audit unit. This position reports to the Assistant Registrar for Room and Space Management.
MailRoom Clerk New York
The Mailroom Clerk is responsible for processing mail and packages that arrive for the residents and guests of TC housing. This is a part time position working Tuesday - Saturday.
Part-Time PhD Assistant - Office of Doctoral Studies New York
The PhD Assistant will report to the Associate Registrar for Doctoral Studies to perform duties such as processing Office of Doctoral Studies PhD forms, creating and maintaining spreadsheets, scanning, and other duties as assigned by the Office of Doctoral Studies.
College Work Study: Office of the Registrar New York
The college work study position for Office of the Registrar will perform duties such as data entry, scanning, correspondence, and diploma mailing.
College Work Study: Office of the Registrar New York
This work study position assists the Associate Registrar for Doctoral Studies with entering student data into Banner, scanning, correspondence, spreadsheet creation and management, and other projects assigned by Office of Doctoral Studies staff.
College Work Study: Office of the Registrar, Degree New York
This work study position for Office of the Registrar will perform duties such as data entry, scanning, correspondence,diploma mailing and room assignment assistance.
Assistant Director of SPA-NOLA New York
The Summer Principals Academy-New Orleans (SPA-NOLA) is seeking an Assistant Director for Recruitment and External Relations. As part of the SPA-NOLA Program, the AD is responsible for the overall integrity and administrative management of the program implementation. This entails continuous communication with the Director of the SPA-NOLA Program; involvement in all aspects of the program including admissions, marketing and promotion, recruitment, program management, financial oversight, alumni relationships and programming, adjunct faculty support; assisting Director with budget development and management, and external fundraising.
College Work Study: Office of Student Affairs New York
The Student Affairs Assistant will assume majority of the receptionist and clerical duties of the Office of Student Affairs (OSA), located in 155 Thorndike. You will serve as the "face" of OSA, for all visitors and are responsible for the first impression we will make. The ideal candidate will have a friendly and easy-going personality, while also being very perceptive and disciplined. Competence in dealing with general inquiries and complaints, as well as exhibiting a resource-oriented approach is essential. The goal is to make all guests feel comfortable and valued while visiting our office.
Welcome Center Receptionist New York
This position supports the Welcome Center and requires the use of excellent customer service skills in greeting constituents and directing them to the appropriate staff member and/or office. Strong interpersonal and communication skills are a must, along with the ability to work independently, analyze and solve problems, multi-task and handle interruptions professionally, and demonstrate the ability to handle confidential issues.

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