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RA: Research Assistant New York
The Digital Futures Institute is seeking a Research Assistant (RA) to assist on a DARPA funded research project looking into skill development in helicopter pilots.
Reliance Agreement Specialist New York
The Institutional Review Board (IRB) Office at the Teachers College (TC) functions to ensure that all human subject research conducted at the University is in compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and University policies. In support of TC’s mission and vision, the IRB is seeking a Reliance Agreement Specialist who will serve as the primary point of contact for multisite research when Teachers College will either rely on the review of an external IRB, or serve as the single IRB for other sites.
Library Associate New York
The Gottesman Libraries is seeking Library Associates to help the Teachers College community become familiar with a range of library/information services. This position is open to Teachers College students, students from affiliated institutions, and to those outside these communities.
Media Support Associate New York
The Media Support Associate will assist the Digital Futures Institute with the operation of Macy media production studio spaces. They will support members of the Teachers College community in video, audio and multimedia creation. They will also create and/or assist with on location audio, video, and photographic production, as well as post production and other activities related to media creation and dissemination. They will produce supplemental materials and media, including transcripts, web pages, descriptions for social media platforms, and more related to media produced at the Digital Futures Institute, as well as documentation and support of live events.
Early Childhood Head Teacher (Infant) New York
The Rita Gold Center at Teachers College, Columbia University is seeking a highly qualified Head Teacher to join our Infant Room teaching team. The incumbent will provide direct care, leading a classroom of infants between ages two (2) months -18 months. The Head Teacher will work collaboratively with the co-head teacher and other classroom staff to provide a high-quality childcare program of direct service to young children and their families.
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.
College Work Study -- Early Childhood Assistant Teacher New York
Seeking an Early Childhood Teaching Assistant to support head teachers in providing care and education to infant, toddlers or preschoolers in a play-based educational program with an emergent curriculum. Must have work study award.
Head of Technical Services and Metadata Librarian New York
The Head of Technical Services and Metadata Librarian leads our technical services team, whose work includes acquisitions, interlibrary loans, and course reserves while managing and providing strategic direction for electronic resources, cataloging, and metadata practices for the library's physical and digital collections. The incumbent will work collaboratively with staff in and outside the Library to optimize access to and discovery of scholarly content, purchased, licensed, and open, to meet the needs of Teachers College, Columbia University members, and also advise on long-term strategies for metadata schema with relevance to the preservation of scholarship.
Interim Classroom Technology Specialist Assistant New York
The Media Services Team at Teachers College, Columbia University is seeking a Classroom Technology Specialist Assistant.
Temporary Early Childhood Head Teacher New York
The Rita Gold Early Childhood Center is looking for a Temporary Leave Replacement Head Teacher for a preschool classroom (ages 3-5). The position requires 35/hours per week and is anticipated to last 12 weeks (November 2023 - February 2024).
Assistant Director of Graduate Student Life and Development New York
The Office of Graduate Student Life & Development (GSLD) at Teachers College, Columbia University is seeking an Assistant Director who will support the College community’s initiatives focusing on students' sense of belonging to the College.
FWS: Faculty Assistant Work-Study New York
The Bilingual/Bicultural Education Program is seeking a FWS: Faculty Assistant who must be eligible for federal work study funding (approved via the Teachers College Office of Financial Aid). The Faculty Assistant will provide support on general tasks in support of various departmental functions and projects. This position requires a commitment of a minimum of 8-10 hours/week.
FWS: Graduate Research Assistant New York
The Bilingual/Bicultural program is seeking a FWS Graduate Student Research Assistant: Language Practices of Emergent Bilinguals in Gaming Ecologies who must be eligible for federal work-study funding (approved via the Teachers College Office of Financial Aid). This position requires a commitment of a minimum of 10 hours/week.
Instructional Support Associate New York
The Temporary Instructional Support Associate assists in the implementation of return-to-campus instruction at Teachers College, Columbia University. This position offers the opportunity to contribute to the implementation of face-to-face, online and hybrid instructional formats. Responsibilities and Duties: In this role, you will be supporting faculty in development and set-up of their courses: Assisting with course site layout and editing of Canvas LMS sites Documenting concerns and problems with technology as they arise Testing classroom technology and ensuring faculty are informed about best practices in its usage Copy editing communications and course site content Providing administrative support as needed Testing course technology and activities Skills and competencies: The ideal candidate will have a passion for higher education and adult professional development along with an outstanding aptitude for teaching and learning new technologies. The candidate will also be able to communicate professionally and personably with any faculty, student or staff and demonstrate a high level of empathy and proactive problem-solving abilities. It is also essential that the candidate be able to work with minimal supervision, juggle multiple projects, and maintain a “can do” mindset even when facing daunting challenges.
Program Administrator New York
The Teaching Residents at Teachers College (TR@TC) program is an 18-month graduate level program that has been designed to support pre-service teachers who aim to work in New York City, high-need schools.  Our TR@TC team seeks an individual who is interested in filling the role of Part Time Program Administrator, who is interested in enthusiastically supporting the logistics and operations for the program.

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