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Interim Program Assistant- Website Maintenance and Design New York
The Summer Principals Academy seeks an experienced Program Assistant to provide advanced level support to the SPA administration team in Website Maintenance and Design. This is an interim appointment and requires working remotely. Remote work will be performed from home using your own equipment. The Program Assistant works as part of a highly collaborative team and juggles multiple tasks in a dynamic environment. The ideal candidate has experience in designing and building websites, and possesses administrative and communication skills.
Communications Associate New York
The Community College Research Center (CCRC), an interdisciplinary research organization focused on the study of community colleges, seeks a full-time communications associate who will support the Center’s communications and media outreach efforts. The communications associate will write and edit a variety of content for print and web, including research summaries, press releases, blog posts, website content, social media, and email newsletters, describing complex research findings in a way that is accessible to a nonacademic audience. Duties also include posting content to our websites, assisting in website maintenance, managing our email newsletter distribution, formatting and designing PowerPoint and Word documents, other light design work, and assisting with other communications activities. The communications associate will also help analyze the impact of our work by tracking media mentions and monitoring our social media accounts, and will help identify opportunities for us to refine our content strategy and expand our reach. The position reports to the Center’s Senior Communications Manager and Communications Director.
Open Rank Faculty Position in Secondary Social Studies Education New York
The Program in Social Studies at Teachers College, Columbia University seeks an Open Rank Professor, tenured or tenure-track, of Social Studies Education.
Program Assistant New York
The Center for International Foreign Language Teacher Education (CIFLTE) at Teachers College is now hiring a program assistant. Candidates for this positions are expected to be detail oriented and outcome-driven. Position: Part-time; 5 hours/week Duration: Starts immediately through August 31st, 2023; the position may be renewed depending on performance Main Responsibilities: - Maintain CIFLTE’s social media platforms including Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Reddit, and WeChat on a weekly basis; - Create flyers for publicizing CIFLTE’s events when needed; - Assist the administrative coordinator in collecting contact information of other institutions; - Provide onsite support at CIFLTE’s events if needed (e.g., taking photos of events) - Assist the academic coordinator with publicity and students recruitment - Respond to program inquiries through email and social media - Collect and compile application documents - Create and update applicants’ database
Foreign Language Instructor New York
The Center is currently seeking experienced, enthusiastic instructors for its upcoming Fall 2022 Module (9/11-12/17, 2022). Under the supervision of the Center’s faculty, COF instructors will design and implement instruction in one-on-one and/or small group settings. Pending robust enrollment and successful performance review, the position may be extended beyond the Fall Module.
Assistant or Associate Professor (tenure-track), Adult Learning & Leadership (ALL) New York
The Adult Learning & Leadership (ALL) program is recruiting for an assistant or associate professor (tenure-track) whose research and practice advance the field of adult learning and leadership in diverse, socially complex professional and organizational contexts; during cultural transformations by engaging diverse populations.
Presidential Speechwriter and Special Projects Advisor New York
Reporting to the Chief of Staff to the President, the Presidential Speechwriter and Special Projects Advisor collaborates with the Strategic Communications team in the Institutional Advancement office to implement communications according to the communications and thought leadership strategy developed by TC Generation.
Assistant Vice President for Equity and Compliance New York
The Office of the Vice President for Diversity and Community Affairs (ODCA) at Teachers College Columbia University is seeking an Assistant Vice President who will oversee equity institutional efforts to ensure compliance with non-discrimination and equal opportunity laws, regulations and policies.
Human Resources Associate New York
The Office of Human Resources at Teachers College, Columbia University is seeking a Human Resources Associate who will be responsible for providing high quality of service to students, faculty and staff, vendors, and prospective employees as well as supporting vital functions within the Office of Human Resources.
Director - TC NEXT New York
Teachers College, Columbia University is seeking a Director of TC Next, who will be responsible for the continued success and promotion of the College’s vision for the career and professional development support for students. The incumbent will provide oversight, strategic planning and development for the office.
Budget and Program Manager New York
The Budget and Program Manager provides administrative and budget support to selected projects affiliated with the Institute for Urban and Minority Education and general budget and program support to the Center on History and Education, and the Reimagining Education Summer Institute.
Food Ed Program Specialist New York
The Laurie M. Tisch Center for Food, Education & Policy, Teachers College, Columbia University (“Tisch Food Center”) conducts research on food and nutrition education practice and policy. We translate our research into resources for educators, policy makers, and advocates to give people power to demand healthy, just, sustainable food. The Tisch Food Center focuses on schools as critical levers for learning and social change. Under the general direction of the Food Ed Hub Director, the Food Ed Program Specialist is a full-time position that has responsibility for implementing a variety of research and resource development projects that support the mission of the Hub to ensure that all NYC students have quality food and nutrition education and sustainably-produced, culturally-responsive, healthy school food. The Program Specialist is a key member of the Tisch Food Center team, working with internal and external coalition partners to develop and implement projects and shared goals. This is a grant-funded position through June 30, 2023. There is a possibility, but no guarantee, of extension.
TCIT College Work Study Media Technician New York
CIS Media Services is seeking work study Media Technicians for the 2022-2023 academic year Must have been awarded federal work-study for the term in which a work-study position is being sought. Must be a student matriculated in a TC degree program. Must be able to abide by the Student Confidentiality Agreement. Must be able to abide by the Student Privacy Requirements.
Project Administrator New York
Reporting to the Director of the Morton Deutsch International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution, this position performs and oversees a wide variety of executive administrative duties in support of the Director.
Service Provider 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.

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