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FT Lecturer in Economics and&Education: EPSA New York
The Department of Education Policy and Social Analysis (EPSA) at Teachers College, Columbia University seeks applications for a Full-time Lecturer, in its Program in Economics and Education.
FT Visiting Professor - Social Studies Program New York
Recruiting a 3-year Visiting Assistant/Associate Professor in Social Studies Education.
Information Security Analyst New York
Teachers College, Columbia University is hiring an Information Security Analyst to work as part of our growing IT Security team. You will work with other information security team members to monitor our computer networks for security issues, install security software, and document any security issues or breaches you find. You may also advise the community on security best practices, provide training, and review applications.
Fire and Life Safety Manager New York
The Fire & Life Safety (FLS) Manager is a key member of the Environmental Health & Safety (EHS)Team, a working group within the Office of Public Safety at Teachers College, Columbia University. The EHS Team provides a wide range of health and safety services to the Teachers College community. The FLS Manager has primary responsibility for the design, installation, and maintenance of fire alarm detection and suppression systems on a campus. The FLS Manager also has concurrent responsibility for a variety of other health and safety programs and works with other members of the EHS Team sharing Team duties, compliance obligations, and responsibilities for community wide health and safety. The FLS Manager reports to the Director of Environmental Health & Safety. The FLS Manager position is an FLSA exempt, at-will, position. The FLS Manager is required to maintain off-hours availability, on-call responsibility, and maintain and carry a cell phone with voice, email, and text message capability. The FLS Manager is required to maintain availability to work any shift, any day, including weekends and holidays.
Interim: Instruction and Learning Material Designer for Digital Futures Institute New York
The Instruction and Learning Material Designer will assist with the creation, organization and curation of materials related to instructional design and learning for the Digital Futures Institute, in connection with projects supporting public scholarship, pedagogy and research at Teachers College.
Research Manager, Center for Cerebral Palsy Research and Sensorimotor Neuroscience Lab New York
The Center for Cerebral Palsy Research and Sensorimotor Neuroscience Lab at Teachers College, Columbia University is seeking a Research Manager. Duties include but not limited to overseeing internal and external site activation of Center for Cerebral Palsy Research and Sensorimotor Neuroscience Lab investigator-initiated research and ensure compliance of policies and procedures to provide the highest quality management of basic and clinical research. The Research Manager serves as an integral member of the research team and will be responsible for the daily operations and activities of the program.
Media Producer for Teachers College Digital Futures Institute New York
The Media Producer (MP) possesses creative storytelling capabilities as well as strong video and audio production, graphics, and editing skills. The MP will work alongside a team of other multimedia producers, educational technology specialists, and digital learning designers to develop compelling multimedia objects in support of faculty teaching and research initiatives. The ideal candidate will be a multimedia creator with the ability to tell engaging stories about teaching, learning, and research; and work collaboratively with a team of creative professionals to solve problems.
Interim Hourly: New Research and Applications for Teaching Reading New York
Serve as facilitator for Continuing Professional Studies course New Research and Applications for Teaching Reading. Minimum qualifications include: MA in reading or equivalent Must have experience facilitating teachers and educators Must have classroom experience in K-12 setting
Data Scientist: The Learning Collider New York
We are now seeking a Data Scientist who will work with the senior leadership team of Learning Collider and to conduct rigorous, high-quality research with our platform partners who are fighting inequality. As a member of the Learning Collider team, the Data Scientist will help us set the standard for high quality empirical data analyses using data sets to help develop research we hope ultimately addresses economic and social inequality. Ideal candidates need to have strong curiosity on data, and demonstrable ability to successfully apply rigorous scientific methods with proficiency in data science knowledge and technical capabilities. This is a unique opportunity to apply your skills and have a direct impact on economic and social inequality.
Research Project Manager: The Learning Collider New York
The Research Project Manager will serve as the lead contact for one or more of our research partners. These are public or private companies that operate research platforms. Ensures compliance of research activities with institutional, state, and federal regulatory policies and procedures, directives, and mandates. Analyzes possible solutions using standard procedures. Writes articles, reports, and manuscripts. Assists in drafting presentations on research findings.
College Work Study 112296 CSH New York
The Developing Language and Literacy Lab, directed by Dr. Carol Scheffner Hammer, is involved in exciting new research, investigating linguistic development in bilingual children. A Graduate Assistant is needed to work on the project to assist with analysis of language samples. Candidates should have an undergraduate background in language development, linguistics, early childhood education, child development, psychology or assessment. Candidates should also be able to demonstrate strong communication. Spanish-English bilingual candidates are strongly preferred. Candidates will be expected to dedicate 5 hours per week to completing analysis of language samples, and to other tasks related to this research.
Assistant Vice President of Philanthropic Giving New York
The Assistant Vice President of Philanthropic Giving (AVP) is a new leadership role in the Office of Development and External Affairs (DEA) at Teachers College, Columbia University (Teachers College or TC). We are looking for an experienced, dynamic, and creative fundraising leader with stellar listening skills and a proven track record recognizing, nurturing, facilitating, and reinforcing donors’ philanthropic instincts and intentions that result in seven and eight figure gifts. The Assistant Vice President of Philanthropic Giving is responsible for retaining existing revenue and donors, sustaining a pipeline of future donors from across all private constituent types, and offering donors opportunities to give through Teachers College to make a smarter, healthier and more equitable world.
Work Study Technical Support for English Program New York
The English Education Program seeks a dedicated TC Doctoral, M.A., or Ed.M. student who has been awarded work study funds for Spring 2021 semester to work with the EE secretaries. Tasks include training the secretaries on Google Suite platforms (e.g., Sheets, Forms, Sites), being a go-to person when they have tech issues, and assisting with a transfer of information from classic Google Sites to New Google Sites.
Administrative Manager New York
Reporting to the Chief Enrollment Officer and Associate Vice President in the Division of Enrollment Management, the incumbent will serve as the primary resource for the department on all matters concerning College-wide and departmental policies, procedures, and protocols, and act as the central point of contact for all external departments and vendors on contracts, billing, and office functions. The ideal candidate will demonstrate a commitment to the College’s Enrollment Mission and will manage administrative functions of a fast-paced office that supports all matters related to Enrollment Management while maintaining the privacy and confidentiality of the Office.
TCRWP Interim Hourly New York
The Teachers College Reading and Writing Project is looking for temporary staff to assist staff with clerical and curricular work.

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