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College Work Study (Template) New York
Under the supervision of IRB leadership, this position will: ○ Learn and apply research compliance standards, protocols, and protections of human subjects involving federal regulations, state laws, and College policies ○ Support and create educational and informational materials for College needs through website content, social media posts, and infographics ○ Assist with administration of IRB meetings, interdepartmental relations, and newly created document/templates ○ Participate in and have the opportunity to facilitate training activities for students, staff, and faculty ○ Have the opportunity to gain institutional knowledge of Teachers College research labs, research compliance efforts, and affiliated research organizations
Grant Researcher (Work Study) New York
The Office of International Affairs (OIA) seeks a work study student to support the work of international engagement at Teachers College. The primary responsibility of the Grant Researcher is to oversee and maintain an accurate and comprehensive grant database for TC faculty and students engaged in international work. This includes researching available and applicable grants; maintaining a calendar of submission deadlines and overseeing a larger grant database for OIA records. In addition, the Grant Researcher may be asked to conduct research related to issues in international education. In this capacity, the Grant Researcher will work closely with the OIA team to prepare literature reviews and presentations on relevant topics. The Grant Researcher may be asked to assist with visits from international delegations; and to assist with organizing OIA meetings and events.
Hollingworth Science Camp Administrative Assistant New York
The Hollingworth Science Camp, Teachers College, Columbia University seeks an administrative assistant from mid May through the end of July or mid August.
Interim: Early Childhood Teaching Assistant (Summer 2022) New York
The Rita Gold Early Childhood Center seeks a part-time teaching assistant for SUMMER 2022 to support a child-led, play-based classroom with an emergent curriculum . Candidate may be assigned to either an infant, toddler, or preschool classroom. Available May to July 2022.
Public Safety Manager New York
The Public Safety Manager/Assistant Director serves as a shift Watch Commander on afternoon and/or overnight shifts, including on weekends and holidays. The incumbents also manages department-wide collateral duties including but not limited to Scheduling and Payroll, Training, Compliance, managing Crisis Management and/or Business Continuity Plans, coordinating Crime Prevention Services, and coordinating and/or participating in campus-wide committees and working groups. The position reports to a Director of Public Safety
Assistant Director of Admission Operations New York
Teachers College seeks a skilled and collaborative individual to join the Enrollment Management team as the Assistant Director of Admission Operations. The person in this role oversees all database systems for the Office of Admission to ensure the effective and efficient processing of inquiries, applications for admission and other new student enrollment needs. This person also collaborates with other offices throughout the College to oversee the integration of admission systems with College-wide technology (e.g. Banner, Argos) and processes. The Assistant Director of Admission Operations reports to the Senior Associate Director of Admission Operations and works closely with the Assistant Vice President of Admission and Enrollment Management to achieve enrollment goals and objectives.
Academic Coordinator (Teaching of Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages Certificate program) New York
This position is responsible for assisting the Directors of the Teaching of Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages Certificate program in coordinating all aspects of the program.
Teaching Assistant New York
The program in Education Leadership in the Department of Organization and Leadership is seeking a graduate teaching assistant to support Dr. Dennis Parker with Educational Equality: The Role of Law for Summer 2022. This is an intensive one-week course which will take place from July 11-15, 8:30 am until 4:00 pm.
Interim: 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
Graduate Assistant (non-operating) Curriculum New York
Funded by the Department of Homeland Security, Dr. Amra Sabic-El-Rayess is leading a project that will demonstrate how non-inclusive pedagogies and curricula can instigate educational displacement, isolation, and othering. The team will launch a multi-module professional training program aimed at addressing the gap in professional development for educators in countering biases as a method to mitigate risks and amplify protective factors against targeted violence and the radicalization of students in U.S. classrooms. This project is looking for a Graduate Research Assistant to assist in content development, enhancement, creation, and monitoring. The position is dynamic and includes opportunities for growth and leadership.
Writer/Editor New York
Reporting to the Strategic Communications Manager, the Writer/Editor is responsible for creating, editing, producing, and promoting impactful stories and other content to support and bolster institutional priorities across Teachers College’s website, publications, events and other multimedia channels.
Executive Director of Philanthropic Giving New York
The Executive Director of Philanthropic Giving (ED) is a new leadership role in the Office of Institutional Advancement (IA) 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 six and seven figure gifts. The Executive Director 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. The successful candidate will manage a portfolio of engaged donors through the complete donor lifecycle (qualification, cultivation, solicitation/negotiation and stewardship).  S/he/they/ze will also lead and manage a team of frontline fundraisers who manage their own portfolios of equally dedicated donors and prospects.
Teachers College Record Editorial Graduate Assistant New York
The Editorial Graduate Assistant will support a range of Teachers College Record (TCR) publishing activities.
PT Classroom Technology Specialist Assistant New York
Classroom Technology Specialist: Provides classroom, Event & videoconferencing support to the TC community. CTS will be trained on the proper use of all TCIT Media equipment. They are responsible for the setup, operation, and maintenance of all TCIT equipment in our inventory: media consoles, media carts, projectors, document cameras plus console & laptop computers( PCs and Macs), LCD projectors, digital, 360 cameras, Flat Panel TV's microphones + PA systems AV cables+ AV connector so audio mixers, closed captioning devices, etc... CTS are also responsible for updating our PCs & Macs. They should also upgrade and update all software loaded on our Pc's & Macs. In between assigned scheduled tasks CTS should check with their shift supervisor for additional technical duties that may be assigned'
Associate Director of Omnichannel Marketing New York
The Associate Director of Omnichannel Marketing is a marketing and  fundraising professional with a track record of success in engagement, communications, and giving  programs.  The position will assist in developing a new strategic engagement and communications plan for TC’s innovative omnichannel program while working closely with the Senior Director of Omnichannel Marketing and Associate Director of Annual Giving.   The Associate Director will support the development and execution of omnichannel communications campaigns designed to increase engagement with the TC Community; specifically the Associate Director will focus on the communications designed to convert TC Community members into donors, via experiential, digital, and social marketing campaigns and initiatives.  This engagement will thereby drive revenue through online channels, direct mail appeals and other fundraising programs, and will create a robust pipeline for high-value philanthropic giving.

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In response to the COVID-19 Pandemic, Teachers College has decided to require COVID-19 vaccination for all employees who are physically reporting to campus on or after August 1, 2021. In accordance with New York state laws, the College will consider exemption requests from this vaccine mandate for religious and medical reasons, unless they cause Teachers College undue hardship (i.e. significant difficulty or expense), or pose a direct threat to the health and safety of others. For additional details on this policy and information on how to apply for a religious or medical exemption if selected for a position, please discuss with the hiring manager.

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