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Associate Director - Dean Hope Center for Educational and Psychological Services New York
The Dean Hope Center for Educational and Psychological Services (DHCEPS) is the in-house multi-disciplinarian training setting for graduate students in the clinical, counseling, school psychology, reading specialist, and special education programs. We are seeking an Associate Director who will be responsible for the management and operation of the Center which includes promoting close working relationships with support staff, faculty, supervisors, students, and clients from the community.
Instructional Facilitator: Teaching Writing for Improvement Online New York
The Office of Digital Learning, Teachers College, Columbia University seeks an Instructional Facilitator to assist faculty in delivering the Teaching Writing for Improvement (TWI) professional development course. The Instructional Facilitator will report to Dr. Dolores Perin, Professor Emerita, Psychology and Education, who will serve as supervisor.
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, is responsible for overseeing & supporting financial reporting, operational accounting, taxation and compliance initiatives and treasury and endowment functions; leading and supporting a team of seven Accounting & Financial System personnel through supervision, training and mentoring and serves as a strategic partner across the College. The ideal candidate should be a solution-oriented problem solver possessing forward-thinking perspectives that embrace process improvement, change and data-informed decision making.
Work Study: Legal Outreach Academic Advisor New York
The Academic Advising Program is a crucial part of the organization's goal of placing disadvantaged students in competitive universities. Students in Academic Advising range in age from 13 to 17, and they attend general and specialized high schools throughout the five boroughs. The Academic Advising program normally operates four days a week, from 4:30 to 7:00 pm, Monday through Thursday, in accordance with the New York City public school system calendar.  However, with the switch to virtual programming, the advising program has been more flexible in scheduling meetings with students during afterschool hours Monday through Thursday.
Technical Project Coordinator (Algerian ESP Educators Program) New York
The Strengthening English Language Programming for ESP Educators in Algeria program (hereafter “Algerian ESP Educators Program (AEEP)”) seeks a higher education administrator to serve as Technical Project Coordinator. The AEEP is a partnership between the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) in Algeria and Teachers College, Columbia University to improve English language programming and practices for educators of English for Specific Purposes (ESP) and English-medium instruction (EMI). The specific areas of collaboration will include supporting the MOHE in building a long-term strategy for English language teaching and learning in general; improving and expanding the ESP/EMI curricula; developing an online English language and pedagogy resource site; facilitating an enhanced program of professional development for English as a Foreign Language (EFL) and ESP/EMI teachers; and integrating learning-oriented assessment (LOA) practices across all aspects of the reform. Reporting directly to the PI, Professor James Purpura, the Technical Project Coordinator will support the delivery of a hybrid (remote and in-person) professional development program. The Technical Project Coordinator will serve as liaison between relevant parties by managing the daily and long-term deadlines and deliverables for the program. The successful candidate will have a proven track record of working with stakeholders to support the vision of educational and/or non-profit organizations. Please note that the Technical Project Coordinator will operate remotely while the College is closed due to COVID-19 precautions. However, this role may move on campus once the College decides that it is safe to do so.
Admin Fellow for Digital Futures Institute New York
The Admin Fellow for Digital will assist with the coordination, execution, and strategic planning for digital innovation at Teachers College. The incumbent will work directly with leadership on matters related to multimodal and digital scholarship that explores the relationship between media and social change. The Admin Fellow for Digital will complete projects designed to strengthen administrative and leadership skills in support of their existing academic pursuits.
Project Coordinator (Tunisian Young Learners Program) New York
The Capacity Building for English Language Educators of Young Learners in Tunisia program (hereafter, “Tunisian Young Learners Program (TYLP)”) seeks a higher education administrator to serve as part-time Project Coordinator. Funded by the U.S. Department of State, the TYLP is a partnership between the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) in Tunisia and Teachers College, Columbia University to deliver hybrid (remote and in-person) training on the delivery of e-instruction to cohorts of up to 60 trainees per year. Reporting directly to the PI, Professor ZhaoHong Han, the Project Coordinator will provide administrative support and serve as liaison between relevant parties by managing the daily and long-term deadlines and deliverables for the program. The successful candidate will have a proven track record of working with stakeholders to support the vision of educational and/or non-profit organizations. Please note that the Project Coordinator will operate remotely while the College is closed due to COVID-19 precautions. However, this role may move on campus once the College decides that it is safe to do so.
Assistant Vice President for Human Resources & Chief Human Resources Officer New York
Teachers College, Columbia University (TC) is seeking an Assistant Vice President for Human Resources & Chief Human Resources Officer who will work collaboratively with the across the TC Community. Reporting to the Vice President for Administration, the AVP/CHRO will lead the human resource (HR) functions of Teachers College and partners with College leadership to drive human resources initiatives that support the overall mission and strategic direction of the College.
Minority Postdoctoral Fellow New York
The Minority Postdoctoral Fellowship Program seeks to promote the recruitment and retention of a diverse faculty at Teachers College. The program does this by advancing the careers of individuals from groups in U.S. society that have been historically underrepresented in the academic profession. It provides recent doctorate recipients the opportunity to develop a program of research and participate as an active community member in the life of a graduate research university.
Staff Developer New York
Staff developers collaborate in intimate and long-lasting ways with communities of teachers in the New York City metropolitan area. The primary goal of this work is to raise the level of literacy instruction within NYC schools through professional staff development. In this position, staff developers support teachers as they establish reading and writing workshops. In reading workshops, children become avid and competent readers: they learn to live richly literate lives and read texts purposefully, rigorously, and joyfully. In writing workshops, children become powerful writers: they learn to observe the world within and around them, write drafts, revise, edit and present polished and well-crafted pieces of writing. Staff developers each lead literacy professional development in a dozen schools. This work includes whole-school planning, demonstration teaching, coaching teachers, leading workshops and teaching courses.
Global Mental Health Program Interim Hourly New York
The interim position will support the preparation and execution of the Global Mental Health non-credit workshop, which is transitioning online. Bachelors degree required; experience supporting Global Mental Health Workshop preferred.
Disbursements Financial Analyst New York
Seeking an experienced Payroll/Accounts Payable Financial Analyst to interpret, apply, and ensure current and accurate regulatory compliance. Maintain interfaces and data integrity between various Departments (primarily HR, Purchasing, and Finance). Must be knowledgeable, organized, and able to work independently and as a team-player.
CCRC Research Assistant New York
The Community College Research Center (CCRC) at Teachers College, Columbia University has up to 20 hours/week of project work available in academic year 2021 for a qualified work study eligible student. The CCRC Research Assistant provides general support to the CCRC administrative team as needed. Tasks include supporting research logistics, retrieving and reviewing research literature, and contributing to written products. Requirements include proficiency using Excel and strong communications skills. Candidates should be resourceful, detail-oriented, dependable, and have a well-articulated interest in higher education and issues of access to and success in postsecondary education. Please apply through the TC application system and include a resume and cover letter including information such as: why you want to work at CCRC, available hours to work, how many hours per week you can work, and your earliest start date. See CCRC Current Projects at https://ccrc.tc.columbia.edu/current-projects.html.
Education Reporter New York
The Hechinger Report is looking for a Washington, D.C., area-based reporter to cover higher education news for our award-winning website and for our collaborations with our local and national news partners. The reporter will be a self-starter ready to cover education through the lens of Hechinger’s mission to reveal inequality and examine solutions and innovation in the field. The reporter will report and write stories about higher education throughout the U.S., and as part of that beat will be expected to keep up to date on higher education news coming from the federal government and the many nonprofit groups working in the D.C. area. We are not a breaking-news outlet; our aim is to provide deeply reported and expertly insightful coverage of the crucial issues faced by students, colleges and universities across the country. Although the Washington reporter’s job will be clearly weighted toward higher education, the reporter may also be asked to cover early childhood or K-12 education stories on occasion. The reporter will produce a biweekly Higher Education Newsletter. The job will involve some travel (once it is safe) for reporting and occasional travel to New York City for meetings with other staff members. A strong candidate will have some experience with investigative reporting and an interest in expanding his or her investigative reporting skills with Hechinger’s senior reporters and editors. The candidate must have the ability to juggle multiple long-form stories and meet deadlines. Experience covering traditionally disenfranchised communities is required. Because we are housed at Teachers College at Columbia University, this position includes the College's comprehensive full-time benefits package, described here.
Senior Human Resources Generalist New York
Reporting to the Director, HR Services, the Sr. HR Generalist will be a part of a customer-focused Client Services Team and will provide direct support to assigned client groups in all matters related to the employee life cycle. The Sr. HR Generalist will guide and assist their client groups in implementing effective human resource strategies to support overall organizational objectives. In addition to promoting positive employee relations through design, communication and interpretation of human resources policies and programs, they maintain compliance with federal, state and local employment laws and regulations. The Sr. HR Generalist will be a team player, flexible in attitude who will have the ability to maintain the highest degree of confidentiality and diplomacy at all times and be customer service driven with commitment to exceptional quality.

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