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Office Assistant, Office of Teacher Education 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.
Academic Secretary New York
The Program in Social Studies seeks a full time Academic Secretary to assist in various aspects of office administration.
College Work Study: EPSA Office Assistant (II) 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.
Innovation Fellow New York
The Gottesman Libraries seek an Innovation Fellow to invent and manage a range of new functions and services as part of an expanded research and learning program.
Data Manager and Analyst New York
The Community College Research Center (CCRC) at Teachers College, Columbia University is accepting applications for the position of Data Manager and Analyst to support and assist the center in data management tasks and the development of data policies and procedures. CCRC is the leading independent authority on two-year colleges in the United States. We conduct research on the issues affecting community colleges and work with the colleges and states to improve student success and institutional performance. This position is based in New York City. For information on CCRC, see ccrc.tc.columbia.edu.
Assistant Manager for Ph.D. Students New York
Maintain Ph.D. certification materials and ensure that degree candidates meet all academic requirements. Coordinate with faculty, students, advisors, and dean as needed and assist in maintaining a smooth certification process for all.
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.
Administrative Fellow (Student Organizations) New York
The primary role of the Administrative Fellow (Student Organizations) will be to partner with the Assistant Director to provide developmental advisement to 30 + student organizations, develop strong advisory relationships with their leaders, and to provide guidance with interpreting the policies & procedures set out by the Office of Student Affairs (OSA) with regard to the student organizations at Teachers College.
Teaching Assistant -- Early Childhood (Part Time) New York
THE RITA GOLD EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER seeks a graduate student with experience with children under five years old to provide teaching support in an early childhood classroom.
Associate Director of Enterprise Applications New York
Reporting to the Director of Enterprise Applications, the Associate Director of Enterprise Applications is responsible for the organization and planning of the day to day administrative activities of all aspects of the Banner ERP system including supporting customers across the College in their use of the Banner ERP system. In addition to ERP system management, this position will be assigned special projects that support the College’s enterprise application initiatives. The Associate Director oversees three direct reports and, by extension, a team of 6 Banner Developers and Database/System Administrators. The Associate Director also has primary responsibility for fostering and managing relations with College administrative departments as it relates to the ERP system.
Assistant Director of Academic Administration, Human Development New York
The Department of Human Development is seeking a candidate to fill the role of Assistant Director Academic Administration. The position requires close collaboration and a collegial relationship with the Department of Human Development’s Director of Academic Administration (DAA) in a fast paced, professional environment. The successful candidate must be detailed-oriented, comfortable with complexity and able to handle confidential information responsibly. They must be a team leader who can work independently with minimum direct supervision but able to report to the Director regularly and completely. All candidates are asked to submit a resume in addition to a cover letter when applying.
Teachers College Community School: TC Clubs Instructors New York
An instructor is needed to teach a TC Club that focuses on movement. Position is available starting January 2018. A commitment for the full Spring 2018 semester is required. In addition to the responsibilities outlined below, all staff must attend trainings and professional development sessions, led by the TCCS Liaison.
Teaching Assistant -- Early Childhood (Part Time) New York
THE RITA GOLD EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER seeks a graduate student with experience with children under 5 years old to provide teaching support in an early childhood classroom of infants, toddlers or preschoolers.Job Responsibilities involves working directly with young children as a classroom assistant teacher.
Outreach [Engagement] Coordinator, Office of Digital Learning and Continuing Professional Studies New York
Summary: 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. Its name notwithstanding, the College is committed to a vision of education writ large, encompassing our four core areas of expertise: health, education, leadership, and psychology.  Reporting to the Senior Manager in the Office of Digital Learning and the Academic Planning Fellow in Continuing Professional Studies, the Outreach Coordinator will be responsible for collaborating with both offices to create and execute on a strategic outreach model for new and existing credit and non-credit programming. The Outreach Coordinator will be responsible for building new partnerships to ensure long-term financial sustainability for both departments by building awareness and engagement in programming supported by these two departments. The person in this role will also work with the enrollment and external affairs divisions at Teachers College to help determine relevant targets and marketing plans. The incumbent may also support additional strategic activities related to the College’s EdTech initiative. This is a temporary position, ending August 31, 2018. There is the potential of permanent employment after the position ends, dependent on growth of partnerships
Research Assistant (CCRC work study) New York
The Community College Research Center (CCRC) at Teachers College, Columbia University has project work available for a qualified work study eligible student. The CCRC Research Assistant will be expected to contribute to data analysis and other academic activities for ongoing research studies. Tasks include managing and organizing data, supporting fieldwork logistics, and retrieving and reviewing research literature. Proficiency using Excel and strong communications skills are required. Candidates 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. Please apply through the TC application system and include a resume and cover letter. The letter should include information such as: why you want to work at CCRC, available hours to work, how many hours per week you can work, and your earliest start date. CCRC Current Projects. If you have questions, contact: Sarah Phillips, Administrative Coordinator, x3371, phillips@tc.edu.

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