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Work Study: Part-time 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. Responsibilities: -Provide coverage for front desk and answer telephones; -Advertise office events by creating flyers and electronic bulletins; -Maintain office displays; -Assist with planning and coordinating office workshops and events; -Process tuition exemption vouchers; -Assist with processing of paperwork around bullying, school violence, and child abuse; -Assist with student teaching clearance process; -Liaise with P-12 teachers as well as TC faculty and staff; -Other duties as requested.
Lead Designer and Content Specialist: Enrollment Marketing New York
The Lead Designer and Content Specialist produces TC’s enrollment marketing materials. Reporting to the Director of Enrollment Marketing, the position oversees the visual brand and creates assets that promote TC to prospective students, including print publications, digital advertising, website content, landing pages, emails, and other materials.
Administrative Manager New York
The Office of the Vice President for Diversity and Community Affairs (ODCA), is seeking an Administrative Manager who will provide executive level office and programatic support. This individual will report directly to the Vice President for Diversity and Community Affairs.
Part-Time Instructor New York
The Higher and Postsecondary Education Program seeks a part-time instructor to teach ORLH 4040: The American College Student. This course reviews the demographic data about student access to college, the determinants of social class, race and gender differences in college access and choice, and the influence of colleges upon students.
College Work Study New York
The Higher and Postsecondary Education Program is seeking a work study student to join our high-performing office team. Duties assigned will include but are not limited to: designing publications, archiving files, internet and library research, and assisting HPSE faculty on various project.
Summer Principals Academy Program Coordinator New York
The Summer Principals Academy seeks an experienced FT Coordinator to provide advanced level support for Summer Principals Academy (NY) and Summer Principals Academy (New Orleans). The Coordinator will facilitate work flow between both programs. The Coordinator works as part of a highly collaborative team and juggles multiple tasks in a dynamic environment.  The ideal candidate has experience supporting multiple stakeholders, research, data collection and entry, and possesses administrative and communication skills. The ideal candidate should also be able to work in a team environment but be able to successfully work independently as necessary. Job duties change with the cycles of the academic year and with needed daily priorities so the expectation is that the person in this role will be able to adjust accordingly. The position reports directly to the Associate Director, SPA NY and indirectly to the SPA NOLA Assistant Director. Specifically, job duties include, but are not limited to: Provide program support for the SPA NY and SPA NOLA programs; under supervision of the Associate and the Assistant Director (NOLA), provide assistance with budget items, conduct basic research, data entry, and data filing, support for recruitment; technology; alumni relations, events; act as liaison with the Registrar, Admissions Office, and Financial Aid; provide support for accreditation, website maintenance, special projects, data management, students, and program and students records. Other duties as assigned. The position will be based in the New York office.
Career Advisor & Programming Coordinator New York
Career Advisement: Conduct individual advisement sessions for students and alumni to provide resume/cover letter/curriculum vitae review, analyze career assessment test results, provide job search tips/strategies, interview salary negotiation strategies, conduct mock interviews, and identify resources for career exploration on TCCS LINK, website and related sources. Participate in speed reviews, walk in hours, and electronic reviews of career documents.
AL-TESOL Work Study Assistant New York
The AL-TESOL Program seeks work study assistant
REACH Community School Director (secondary school) New York
The Raising Educational Achievement Coalition of Harlem (REACH) project seeks to improve students' educational outcomes through a community school model. The CSD will provide leadership support and coordination for the development, implementation, monitoring and refinement of data-driven programming in the areas of physical and mental health, expanded learning time, family engagement, and attendance enhancement. Collaborating with REACH staff and the REACH Director, the CSD will be an integral member of a school-based team consisting of a mental health specialist, Parent Coordinator, School Nurse, Principal & Assistant Principal(s), school counselors and social workers, and teachers. The position is grant-funded and reports to the REACH Director.
Application Systems Developer (Java/Oracle) - Programmer/Analyst I New York
The Application Systems Developer (Java/Oracle) will work with various units of the college to support their functions using appropriate technology, primarily the Banner system.
Receptionist/Secretary New York
The Receptionist/Secretary for the front office of the Development & External Affairs department is responsible for acting as the face of Development and Alumni relations when trustees, donors, alumni and other guests enter the main office. In addition to handling incoming calls by either fielding questions or forwarding to the appropriate person/department, the successful candidate will assist the Alumni relations team and members of the department with daily tasks as needed.
Academic Tech Fellow New York
Academic Tech Fellows (ATFs) are the primary educational technology support contact for faculty and instructional staff at Teachers College. It is our role to provide support, training, and facilitate usage of instructional technology tools. ATFs are expected to work 15 hours a week. ATFs are expected to work 8 in-person hours per week sometime from noon - 5pm, Monday - Friday, providing support and training on academic & research technology for the TC community.
Program Administrator New York
The Center for the Professional Education of Teachers (CPET; tc.edu/cpet) is seeking a full-time Program Administrator to provide operational support and systems management to the Center.
Administrative Coordinator New York
The Center for the Professional Education of Teachers (CPET; tc.edu/cpet) is seeking a full-time Administrative Coordinator to provide operational support and event/project coordination to the Center.
Academic Secretary New York
The Programs in Human Development is seeking a candidate to fill the position of Academic Secretary where the candidate exhibits strong service orientation, office support skills and excellent communication skills.

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