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Interim Hourly, Teachers College Record New York
Teachers College Record (TCR) is looking for an editorial assistant.This is a great opportunity for getting familiar with the very wide range of research in education. You'll learn about different research questions, data sources, and methodologies.
Mechanic General (HVAC) New York
HVAC Mechanic general is responsible for performing journeyman and semi- skilled duties in the Mechanic trades. General duties include repair, maintenance and operation of commercial building systems equipment included but not limited to chillers, cooling towers, boilers, refrigeration DX systems, air handling units, fan coil units, DDC electronic and pneumatic controls, hot water heating systems, heat exchangers, pumps, motors, air compressors, window units, pressure regulating valves, and insulate pipes as needed. Removal of excess piping, ducts, and or equipment as assigned. This position is part of the 707 Teams union.
Staff Accountant New York
Teachers College, Columbia University – the nation’s first and foremost graduate school of education – is seeking a self-motivated, detail-oriented Staff Accountant to join the Associate Controller’s team.
Associate Controller New York
Teachers College, Columbia University (the College) is seeking an Associate Controller. Reporting to the Associate Vice President & Controller, the Associate Controller will be responsible for overseeing the financial reporting process and implementing financial controls, general and operational accounting, tax and other compliance reporting and treasury and endowment functions; maintaining financial integrity of data to ensure compliance with regulatory and audit requirements.
CCRC Office Assistant/Researcher New York
The Community College Research Center (CCRC) seeks an office assistant/researcher to support a variety of administrative and research functions at CCRC. The position requires initiative, resourcefulness, and problem-solving skills to meet the multiple needs of over sixty researchers, administrators, communication staff, and faculty members. The position is 15-20 hours per week and begins as soon as possible. Please apply through the TC application system and include a resume and cover letter. The letter should include information such as: why you want to work at CCRC, available hours to work (include fall class schedule if known), how many hours per week you can work, and your earliest start date. This position is in-person. CCRC is open: Mon-Fri 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (close at 1:00 p.m. on summer Fridays). The hourly salary is competitive. Questions may be emailed to Sarah Phillips, Administrative Coordinator, phillips@tc.edu.
Foreign Language Instructor New York
The Center is currently seeking experienced, enthusiastic instructors for its upcoming Summer 2023 Module (May 21 to August 19, 2023).
Recognition and Stewardship Manager New York
The TC Experience Team at Teachers College, Columbia University is seeking a self-motivated, detail-oriented, and creative individual to manage stewardship and recognition activities as well as logistics in support of cultivation events both on and off campus. Reporting to the Associate Director of Recognition and Stewardship, the Manager will be the point of contact for activities that offer stakeholders from across the TC community opportunities to engage and connect in ways that support TC’s short and long term goals and builds support for the College. Our ideal candidate would be willing to juggle multiple projects, knowing how to prioritize.
Work Study Office Assistant A&H New York
The Arts and Humanities department seeks a department office assistant
Induction Mentor, TR@TC (part-time) New York
Our TR@TC induction team seeks experienced mentors who have Science (Living Environments) or TESOL backgrounds and are interested in enthusiastically supporting the growth and development of new teachers.
Interim Coder New York
The Developing Language and Literacy Lab, directed by Dr. Carol Scheffner Hammer at Teachers College, Columbia University is looking to hire research assistants to aid with the analysis of language sample data, database management, and other tasks as assigned are needed.
Associate Provost New York
Reporting to the Provost, the Associate Provost supports the Provost with management and execution of short and long-term academic priorities and initiatives, represents the Provost’s interest in meetings and plans and directs administrative, financial, and operational activities in the Provost’s office, including the supervision of staff. The Associate Provost develops and reviews policies, manages executive searches, organizes leadership retreats, facilitates and manages communications, handles the resolution of complex and sensitive situations, and works closely with the Provost’s leadership team to ensure follow-through for projects and activities. The Associate Provost supervises three full-time staff members (the Associate Vice Provost for Academic Planning, the Director of Budget for Academic Affairs, and the Director of Faculty Affairs). In addition, the Associate Provost supports and helps coordinate the work of three vice-deans (of research, faculty affairs, and teacher education), and works closely with the executive administrator in the Office of the Provost.
VDR Administrative Fellow New York
The Office of the Vice Dean for Research (VDR, is seeking a Teachers College student, to fill the position of Administrative Fellow. Reporting to the Assistant Director of Research, the Administrative Fellow will play a key role in researching, aggregating, and disseminating information related to VDR’s research mission. The incumbent will research external funding opportunities, using a variety of electronic resources, to find grants from federal agencies and foundations that can support TC faculty and student research, training, and mentorship. The incumbent will prepare information about funding opportunities for inclusion in the Research@TC newsletters, the Research@TC website, and in VDR’s discipline-specific listservs, and be instrumental in maintaining editorial and stylistic consistency, proofreading, and copyediting. The incumbent will have the opportunity to write and assist in arranging meetings, workshops, and networking events.
Project Manager New York
Reporting to the Director, Brand and Creative Studio, the Project Manager is responsible for ensuring marketing and communications projects and campaigns within TC Generation within the Office of Institutional Advancement are completed efficiently and on time. The Project Manager manages multiple project related activities which include all phases of development, including information gathering, timeline development, managing deliverables, and final delivery/execution. The role involves interfacing directly with project stakeholders, programs and departments across the College, vendors and others to clearly define project requirements, gather project detail and information, and provide updates. The position will work closely with team members as part of a three-person Brand & Creative Studio team as well as with colleagues across the TC Generation team that also includes Strategic Communications, Digital Campus Infrastructure, and Omnichannel Marketing. The Project Manager will also have the opportunity to work with faculty, staff, and students across the College, as well.
Director of Enrollment Research & Strategy New York
The Director of Enrollment Research & Strategy reports to the Vice President of Enrollment Management in the Division of Enrollment Management. The Director supports the design and implementation of strategic initiatives directly related to student enrollment and student success. As a key enrollment strategist, the Director provides data-driven, strategic vision and support for recruitment, admission, financial aid, registration and other new and continuing student enrollment priorities. The Director is a member of the senior leadership team and a principal day-to-day advisor on strategy and project management/execution for the Vice President, providing research, data, analytics that inform and guide strategic enrollment decision making across the entirety of the student lifecycle, from recruitment and enrollment through to persistence and graduation.
FWS: Career Peer New York
TC NEXT (Navigating and EXploring for Tomorrow) at Teachers College, Columbia University provides current students and alumni with career coaching and postgraduate support, access to networking and community engagement, internships, research opportunities and fellowships, career identification, and job search process assistance. Work-study students will assist TC NEXT’s Coaching and Programming team in delivering coaching services to students and alumni through one-on-one sessions, workshops, and online resources, and will support the team in logistics for events.

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