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Interim Office Assistant New York
Office support for outreach, mailings, database entry and other office duties as assigned
Preschool Administrative Assistant New York
Support the Head Teachers with organizational, educational, and administrative tasks Maintenance and organization for files for Head Teachers of the two classes Compile and submit check requests, petty-cash, and other business requirements Support the Head Teachers with the everyday functions of the preschool (creating classroom materials, school calendars and handouts, placing work requests) Support classroom needs of two teaching teams at the preschool Provide classroom coverage for Head Teacher release time for mentorship meetings, outreach efforts, and conference material preparations Organize classroom materials including photo-tagging, photo uploading, book making, and other curricular and family communication related items Support with office-type activities such as answering the telephone, organizing google docs, dropbox folders, photocopying Run occasional errands for preschool food shopping, hardware and/or office supplies
Assistant to the Director New York
Teachers College Press is seeking a highly organized, accurate, and detail-oriented individual to provide administrative and editorial assistance to the Director. This is an opportunity to learn and grow within the publishing industry and to gain valuable editorial experience and decision-making skills.
Associate Editor New York
The Community College Research Center (CCRC) at Teachers College, Columbia University, seeks a full-time associate editor who will format, proofread, edit, and revise academic/technical papers as well as reports and briefs geared toward practitioners and policymakers. The associate editor will work to ensure that CCRC’s written materials are clearly written, well organized, and internally consistent, and that visuals are effective in supporting textual claims. The associate editor will participate in the review of early manuscript drafts, providing feedback to authors on how to improve the structure and argument of their papers. Duties also include writing and publishing web content. The position reports to the Center’s Managing Editor. To apply: A cover letter, resume, and writing sample are required. Note: A proofreading test and editing/writing assignment will be included in the interview process. Exceptional candidates who do not meet all the requirements may be considered for a position as assistant editor.
TCRWP Interim Hourly New York
The Teachers College Reading and Writing Project is looking for summer interns to assist staff with all of the logistical preparation for and coordination of four week-long summer institutes. The institutes take place from late June through the third week in August. Each one is attended by 1000-1,400 participants from all over the world.
College Work Study: TCCS Music Assistant New York
The Office of School and Community Partnerships (OSCP) leverages faculty and student expertise, research, teaching, and service to enrich learning and improve outcomes in New York City public schools, especially those in the local community. Our signature projects are the development of Teachers College Community School (TCCS), a NYC public school affiliated with Teachers College, and the Raising Educational Achievement Coalition of Harlem (REACH), which seeks to improve the educational outcomes of students in six partner schools through a community school model. OSCP also organizes an annual series of artistic performances for school audiences, as well as several other events that bring to campus students and family members from our partner schools. OSCP requires a student assistant to support all OSCP initiatives in May-June 2018, working under the supervision of the Assistant Director.
Adjunct/PT Lecturer: Managing Conflict in Organizations New York
The Morton Deutsch International Center for Cooperation & Conflict Resolution (MD-ICCCR) at Teachers College, Columbia University seeks to recruit an instructor to teach a graduate course: Managing Conflict in Organizations.
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.
Information Processing Assistant New York
Information Processing Assistant serves as a member of Advancement Services Team responsible for entering new records and updating current records, improving integrity of Raiser’s Edge database by researching archives for lost alumni. Other duties include data processing, reporting, and general clerical support for the data management team.
Classroom Assistant Teacher - Graduate Teaching Assistant New York
THE RITA GOLD EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER (RGC) at Teachers College seeks an experienced graduate student for 2018-19 academic year to provide teaching support in an early childhood education center serving children ages 6 weeks to five years.
Assistant Director of Student Affairs: Student Organizations and Involvement New York
The Assistant Director of Student Affairs for Student Organizations and Involvement will direct, manage, and organize student organizations and programs, and assists in the development of new and creative strategies to increase student engagement.
College Work Study New York
Responsible person is sought to assist the National Center for Restructuring Education, Schools and Teaching in administrative and center matters. The person in this position will perform a variety of tasks. S/he will assist the Grants Manager and research staff as follows: • Filing, faxing, copying • Processing check requests and other center forms • Interface with the college • Provide budget assistance • Maintain office supplies • Field inquires and phone requests • Assist in organizing the Center special events • Assist with data analysis
Communications Associate New York
The Community College Research Center (CCRC), an interdisciplinary research organization focused on the study of community colleges, seeks a full-time communications associate who will support the center’s communications and media outreach efforts. The communications associate will write and edit a variety of content for print and web, including research summaries, press releases, blog posts, website content, and email newsletters, describing complex research findings in a way that is accessible to a nonacademic audience. The communications associate will also help analyze the impact of our work by tracking media mentions, reviewing Google Analytics data, and monitoring our social media accounts, and will help identify opportunities for us to refine our content strategy and expand our reach. Duties also include keeping track and posting information about upcoming conference presentations on our websites, managing our email campaign schedule, and assisting with other communications activities. The position reports to the Center’s Communications Specialist and Managing Editor. To apply: A cover letter, resume, and writing sample are required. Note: A proofreading test and editing/writing assignment will be included in the interview process. Exceptional candidates who do not meet all the requirements may be considered for a position as communications assistant.
Organization Development Coordinator New York
The Office of Executive Education Programs in Change and Consultation in the Department of Organization and Leadership is seeking a part-time Organization Development (OD) Coordinator who will be responsible for coordinating and assisting with all administrative aspects of the Executive Masters Program in Change Leadership (XMA). This person will also manage the administrative and logistical aspects of the Principles and Practices of Organization Development (PPOD) Certificate Program over the course of the academic year.
College Work Study: Student Affairs Assistant (Office of Student Affairs) New York
The Office of Student Affairs (OSA) is seeking an Office Assistant that will be the "face" of the Office for all visitors.

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