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Administrative Assistant New York
Responsible person sought to assist with the administration and support for projects and activities of the National Center for Restructuring Education, Schools and Teaching.
Graduate Research Assistant New York
The Center for Technology and School Change (CTSC) at Teachers College, Columbia University is hiring a Graduate Research Assistant to support current initiatives at The City College of New York. The Graduate Research Assistant will support the collection and analysis of qualitative and quantitative data in service of related projects. Moreover, the Graduate Research Assistant will facilitate select evaluation activities, participating in logic model design, instrument development, data collection, analysis, and report writing. The Graduate Research Assistant will work closely with the Center’s senior staff and participate in key meetings with the larger internal and external project teams. Bachelor’s Degree, required. Enrolled in a graduate program (doctoral program preferred). Prior research experience and/or coursework in qualitative or quantitative methodology. Strong writing, communication and organizational skills; Preferred Qualifications: Understanding of instructional shifts in higher education. Working knowledge of sample qualitative and quantitative data analysis software (e.g. NVivo, R, SPSS, Stata).
Budget Administrator New York
The Klingenstein Center at Teachers College, Columbia University, is seeking a Part-time Budget Administrator. As part of a small team, and in collaboration with the Department of Organization and Leadership, the Budget Administrator contributes to the smooth operation of the Center by managing the budget. The position reports to the Director, Klingenstein Center. The Budget Administrator is expected to be available an average of 10 hours per week, with some weeks up to 15 hours per week depending on seasonal upticks in work load. The work schedule will be determined in consultation with the Klingenstein Director. Responsibilities: Oversee all financial aspects of the Klingenstein Center's programs: full year master's, two summer master's, heads of schools, summer institute, dual degree, Klingenstein general fund; Review monthly Banner Reports and reconciles budget with TC expense reports; Submit Budget transfer forms as needed; Regular communication with Director. Provide Director with a monthly budget report; Klingenstein Center liaison with the TC Budget office and Grant's Office; Assist with the various budgets for Student Scholarships; Oversee payroll; Arrange for payment of all faculty and consultants; submit Personnel Action Forms (PAFs and ePAFs), reappointment forms and change forms; Ensure all necessary hire paperwork is completed and submitted to the Department and Human Resources; Fulfill responsibilities related to the Klingenstein foundation; Meet with Klingenstein Fund executives as required by endowment agreement; ensures that negotiated endowment arrangements are enacted; Prepare the Klingenstein Center budget in association with the Director with input from Center staff members; Prepare year-end report for the Klingenstein Fund in conjunction with the Grant's Office.
CCRC Office Assistant New York
The Community College Research Center (CCRC) is in search of an office assistant to support a variety of administrative functions at CCRC. The position requires initiative, resourcefulness, and problem-solving skills to meet the multiple needs of over fifty researchers, administrators, communication staff, and faculty members.
CCRC Research Assistant New York
The Community College Research Center (CCRC) at Teachers College, Columbia University, studies community colleges because they provide critical access to postsecondary education and are uniquely positioned to promote equity and social mobility in the United States. Our mission is to conduct research that helps these institutions strengthen opportunities and improve outcomes for their students, particularly those from underserved populations. CCRC is seeking several work study eligible Research Assistants to support several projects.
Assistant Director, SPA NYC New York
The Summer Principals Academy-New York (SPA-NYC) is seeking an Assistant Director for Recruitment and External Relations. As part of the SPA-NYC Program, the AD is responsible for the overall integrity and administrative management of the program implementation. This entails continuous communication with the Director of the SPA-NYC Program; involvement in all aspects of the program including admissions, marketing and promotion, recruitment, program management, financial oversight, alumni relationships and programming, adjunct faculty support; assisting Director with budget development and management, and external fundraising. In addition, the Assistant Director will be responsible for designing and delivering high caliber professional development sessions for district and building leaders nationally and internationally; publishing simulated case studies, research articles, and conference presentations; leveraging personal and professional school district and building leader networks for SPA-NYC strategic partnerships and recruitment; supervising graduate student researchers, SPA-NYC partners and consulting facilitators of SPA-NYC programming; manage information/database and budget; coordinate programs, recruitment, and reporting; strategic planning & Advisory Board management; and support research, case design, multimedia simulation platform. The position serves as a key resource to faculty, staff, prospective and current students, and to external agencies and constituents. This position reports to the SPA-NYC Director.
Project Assistant New York
CCRC is seeking a full-time Project Assistant for a multi-faceted role that will include providing administrative support to the CCRC Director, contributing to a research team on a large-scale study of community colleges’ response to the Covid-19 pandemic, and working with the Director of Applied learning on the translation of research into educational materials and experience for community colleges. The Project Assistant will be at the hub of CCRC’s principal role in establishing and leading a community college recovery network. The network will comprise five teams that will work with community college systems to study their recovery efforts and provide evidence to help direct, improve, and select among potential recovery activities.
MD-ICCCR Work-Study 2022-23 New York
The Morton Deutsch International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution (MD-ICCCR) is seeking a Work Study for the 2022-2023 school year. The MD-ICCCR is an innovative center committed to developing knowledge and practice to promote constructive conflict resolution, effective cooperation, and social justice. This work-study position assists with various aspects of the MD-ICCCR including the education program and outward-facing communications such as the center's website and social media platforms.
(Tenure-Track/Tenured) Professor, Developmental Psychology New York
Teachers College, Columbia University is recruiting a faculty member to assume a full-time tenured/tenure-track faculty position, beginning Fall, 2023, in the area of Adolescence and Youth Development. We are especially interested in mid-career or senior scholars with a proven track record of federal grant funding (i.e., NIH, NSF, IES), who are willing to participate in programmatic leadership for our masters and doctoral degree programs in developmental psychology.
Assistant General Counsel New York
Teachers College, Columbia University is seeking to hire an exceptional attorney for the position of Assistant General Counsel in the Office of General Counsel. This position will report directly to the General Counsel and work closely with the other attorneys in the Office. The position will provide legal advice and support focused principally on operations, including contracts, compliance, intellectual property, international agreements, data security, and regulatory issues. The Assistant General Counsel will review, draft, and negotiate contractual documents, which may include the areas of procurement, IT, academic affiliations, entrepreneurship, construction, and real estate. The ideal candidate will be a corporate generalist and have a strong background working in house, at a top-tier law firm, a major non-profit, or in higher education.
Open Rank Professor in Communication Science and Disorders Program New York
The Program in Communication Sciences and Disorders at Teachers College, Columbia University (CSD at Teachers College) is seeking a full-time faculty member to conduct a focused program of research, teach graduate courses, and participate in service. This is an academic (9-month) faculty position at the Assistant, Associate or Full Professor level.
Administrative Fellow for Research New York
The Office of the Vice Dean for Research (VDR), which is part of the Provost’s Office, is seeking a Teachers College student, to fill the position of Administrative Fellow for Research. The ideal candidate is someone who is committed to furthering the activities and research goals of the Office of the VDR. Reporting to the Assistant Director of Research, the Administrative Fellow for Research will play a key role in researching, aggregating, and disseminating information related to VDR’s research mission. The incumbent will research external funding opportunities that support faculty and student research, training, and mentorship. The incumbent will prepare information about funding opportunities for the Research@TC newsletters and Research@TC website. In addition, the incumbent will be instrumental in maintaining editorial and stylistic consistency, proofreading, and copyediting. The incumbent will have the opportunity to write short announcements and assist in arranging meetings, workshops, and networking events. Major Responsibilities: Assist the Assistant Director of Research (ADR) in researching funding opportunities from a variety of sources (databases, e-newsletters, and information forwarded by the VDR and members of RIIC) to support faculty and student research; assist in editing and disseminating the Research@TC newsletter and website; assist in managing VDR’s discipline-specific listservs; assist the ADR with managing internal faculty and student award programs; provide assistance in arranging meetings, workshops, and networking events; and support special projects and various administrative activities.
Assistant Registrar New York
The Assistant Registrar will be an integral part of the Offices of the Registrar and Doctoral Studies team, and work on a variety of projects to serve our students. The incumbent will assist students with navigating College and University requirements for doctoral degrees, as well as oversee the transfer credit process for all students.
Assistant Director of Student Employment New York
The Office of TC NEXT at Teachers College is seeking an Assistant Director of Student Employment who will be responsible for building and managing a revised approach to Student Employment at TC.
Associate or Full Professor of Applied (Exercise) Physiology (Tenure Track) New York
The Program in Movement Sciences and Education at Teachers College, Columbia University invites applicants with expertise in applied exercise physiology to apply for a full-time tenure-track faculty position to teach graduate courses, supervise graduate student research, and conduct a focused program of research. Located in the Morningside Heights neighborhood of New York City, Teachers College takes a multidisciplinary approach to its graduate studies of Education, Health, and Psychology. The Department of Biobehavioral Sciences encompasses programs in Movement Sciences and Kinesiology, Communication Sciences and Disorders, and Neuroscience and Education.

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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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