Teachers College - Jobs - Search Results

Filters By

Position type

Locations

United States

Categories

Work Modality
Send me jobs like these

We will email you new jobs that match this search.

Search results

Position Location Closes
Programmer/Analyst New York
Teachers College, Columbia University, is searching for a Programmer/Analyst to join a small team of talented programmers to support the college's enterprise applications, data, and data integrations. The successful candidate will have experience with PL/SQL development as well as other programming languages and integration tools. Experience with Ellucian's Banner ERP and associated higher-ed applications is especially valuable. In addition to being technically adept, the successful candidate will be a self-starter, passionate about technology and software, communicative, collaborative, and be able to analyze business processes to understand where technology may or may not provide solutions.
Assistant Director, Financial Aid Systems New York
The Office of Financial Aid at Teachers College Columbia University is seeking an Assistant Director, Financial Aid Systems who will assist with the maintenance and support of the upgrades of all enterprise systems for the Office of Financial Aid.
Service Provider: Interim Student New York
The Office of Access and Services for Individuals with Disabilities is seeking individuals to provide direct services to individuals with disabilities registered with OASID.
Assistant Director of Admission New York
Teachers College is seeking an energetic, collaborative, and skilled individual to join our fast-paced and high-volume office as an Assistant Director of Admission.
Assistant Director of Data and Operations, TC NEXT New York
The career services office, TC NEXT at Teacher College, Columbia University, is seeking an Assistant Director of Data and Operations who will be responsible for managing office-wide operations, data management, and the office’s digital platforms.
Project Manager New York
Join Teachers College, Columbia University, as a Project Manager in the Education Leadership Data Analytics (ELDA) research group led by Professor Alex J. Bowers. You will play a crucial role in managing a diverse portfolio of projects within a two-year $2 million externally funded initiative, focusing on bridging education and data science to empower large urban school districts in their equity data use. This role involves overseeing equity indicator data visualization and informing community-focused improvement efforts.
Post-Award Grant’s Specialist New York
The Office of Sponsored Programs at Teachers College, Columbia University, is seeking a highly motivated and detail-oriented individual to join our team as a Post-Award Grants Specialist. This role offers an opportunity to contribute to meaningful projects and ensure the effective management of awarded grants. The incumbent will be responsible for the management and oversight of awarded grants, ensuring compliance with grant terms, financial accountability, and successful project implementation. This position will play a crucial role in the College’s ability to secure and manage grant funding to advance our mission. CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Reporting to the Director of Sponsored Programs and the Post Award Grants Manager for daily operational supervision, the Senior Post-Award Grant Specialist will provide timely, high-quality, and coordinated research post-grant award administrative services to TC faculty in the assigned department(s) for both the Clinical Counseling Psychology Department (CCP) and Education Policy and Social Analysis (EPSA). The incumbent will manage a diverse portfolio that includes federal research grants, contracts, and foundation grants. Responsibilities will include processing financial and accounting transactions; assuring sound fiscal oversight and financial compliance; serving as representative/liaison between faculty/researchers, department administrators, and sponsors; providing direct support and guidance to faculty in the financial administration of grants and contracts; creating detailed monthly financial reports for analysis and projection of expenditures.
Post-Award Grant’s Specialist New York
The Senior Post-Award Grant Specialist will provide timely, high-quality, and coordinated research post-grant award administrative services to TC faculty in the assigned department(s) for both the Math Science Technology (MST) and Human Development (HD). The person will manage a diverse portfolio that includes federal research grants, contracts, and foundation grants. This position reports both to the Director of Sponsored Programs and daily operational supervisor, the Post Award Grants Manager Responsibilities will include processing financial and accounting transactions; assuring sound fiscal oversight and financial compliance; serving as representative/liaison between faculty/researchers, department administrators, and sponsors; providing direct support and guidance to faculty in the financial administration of grants and contracts; creating detailed monthly financial reports for analysis and projection of expenditures.
Senior Graphic Designer New York
The Enrollment Marketing and Communications team at Teachers College, Columbia University is seeking a Senior Graphic Designer who will play a crucial role in conceptualizing and executing visual designs that support our College's enrollment and communication goals
Associate Registrar New York
The Office of the Registrar at Teachers College, Columbia University is seeking an Associate Registrar who will play a key role in managing student records, ensuring compliance with academic policies, and contributing to the overall efficiency of the registrar's office. Reporting to the Registrar, the Associate Registrar will supervise and manage service functions of the Office of the Registrar, including registration, graduation, degree audit, doctoral studies, and certification.
Interim Instructional Assistant (Operating) New York
Seeking an interim instructional assistant to help the center's executive director manage the course load.
System Administrator New York
Teachers College is seeking a System Administrator on the Database Systems Administration (DBSA) Team within the Enterprise Applications group. This position is responsible for performing system, application, and database administration with duties including architecture design, implementation, support, and maintenance, with a focus on security, performance, high-availability, and disaster recovery. Duties also include researching, developing, testing, and deploying new solutions to solve or meet emerging business needs.
Associate Director, ERP Applications and Operations 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.
Interim Instructional Assistant (Grant) New York
Seeking an interim instructional assistant to help the center's executive director manage the course load and center administration.
Assistant Director for Recruitment and External Relations-New Orleans (SPA-NOLA) New Orleans
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. In addition, the Assistant Director will be responsible for designing and delivering high caliber professional development sessions for district and building leaders nationally and internationally; publishing simulated case studies, research articles, and conference presentations; leveraging personal and professional school district and building leader networks for SPA-NOLA strategic partnerships and recruitment; supervising graduate student researchers, SPA-NOLA partners and consulting facilitators of SPA-NOLA programming; manage information/database and budget; coordinate programs, recruitment, and reporting; strategic planning & Advisory Board management; and support research, case design, multimedia simulation platform. The position serves as a key resource to faculty, staff, prospective and current students, and to external agencies and constituents. This position reports to the SPA-NOLA Director.

More Jobs 22

Back to skip to quick links