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Interim: Digital Learning Associate for Online Course Design and Development New York
The Digital Learning Associate assists in the planning, support, and implementation of digital learning projects sponsored by the Office of Digital Learning at Teachers College, Columbia University.
Graduate Assistant - Early Childhood Assistant Teacher New York
THE RITA GOLD EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER at Teachers College seeks an experienced graduate student for the 2020-21 academic year to be an Assistant Teacher/ Graduate Assistant in an early childhood classroom of infants, toddlers or preschoolers. Candidate must be a Teachers College student with at least one year of experience working directly with young children, preferably in a classroom setting. Position requires approximately 16-20 hours per week over 2-3 days scheduled around field placements and courses. Position starts Wednesday, September 2, and concludes June 25, and also must be available for 4 days of training last week of August. Total salary is 10K and 6 credits.
Summer Conference Intern New York
Seeking 3 Summer Conference Interns (full and part time) for summer 2020. Must be a current Teachers College student or be graduating from TC in 2020.
HRIS Analyst New York
The HRIS Analyst position is primarily responsible for handling routine, ad-hoc reporting, as well as ensuring compliance with state and federal regulatory requirements. The HRIS Analyst will be responsible for data integration, data mining and conducting various analyses of data to identify and implement process improvements using built-in reporting tools and running SQL queries as well as produce analytic reporting.
TCCS Office Assistant (Project Assistant) New York
The Office of School and Community Partnerships (OSCP) leverages faculty and student expertise, research, teaching, and service to enrich learning and improve outcomes in New York City public schools, especially those in the local community. A major initiative of OSCP is the development of Teachers College Community School (TCCS), which was established by Teachers College and the New York City Department of Education as a non-selective, public, demonstration PreK-8 school with a formal affiliation with TC. Opened in 2011, the school now serves pre-Kindergarten through eighth grades in two buildings: Upper School at 168 Morningside Avenue; Lower School at 223 W 132nd Street. For more details, visit: OSCP requires a TC student to support the Teachers College Community School by assisting with administrative duties in the Lower School office. The position is for up to 20 hours/week, located on-site at the Lower School.
Office Associate (Interim) New York
The Office Associate will work with the Dean Hope Center staff to ensure smooth operation of the Main Office and Testing Library. As part of a team of other part time staff and one full time staff person, it requires close work with faculty, supervisors, students, and clients from the community. The staff will perform clerical duties including, but not limited to, organizing and maintaining filing systems, dealing with internal and external correspondence, and updating the computer database system.
Grants and Contracts Assistant New York
The Community College Research Center (CCRC) at Teachers College, Columbia is seeking a full-time Grants and Contracts Assistant to support all aspects of grant administration to support our mission. The successful candidate will join a highly skilled grants management team who support over 25 research professionals.
Lecturer-Clinical Psychology Program New York
The Clinical Psychology Program at Teachers College, Columbia University, is seeking to hire a full-time Lecturer, beginning September 1, 2020.
Grants and Contracts Manager 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 a full-time Grants and Contracts Manager to support all aspects of grant administration to support our mission. The successful candidate will join a highly skilled grants management team who support over 25 research professionals. The position may begin immediately. Please include a cover letter, resume, and any related work products with your application. For information about CCRC’s current research activities, mission and values, please visit
Professional Development Associate New York
The Center for Technology and School Change (CTSC) at Teachers College, Columbia University is hiring a full time Professional Development Associate to engage with members of the Center in providing professional development services.
Academic Secretary New York
The Department of Department of Biobehavioral Sciences at Teachers College, Columbia University seeks an Academic Secretary who exhibits strong service orientation, office support skills, and excellent communication skills.
Full-Time Research Assistant, Baby's First Years New York
The Neurocognition, Early Experience, and Development (NEED) Lab at Teachers College, Columbia University is a full time Research Assistant who will support the development of age-3 testing materials and will be heavily involved in testing participating children at 3 years of age.
Temporary Custodian II New York
The Facilities Department at Teacher's College seeks Custodians to work FT on a temporary basis to work in academic and residential environments on campus. The successful candidate for this position will implement moving requisitions and exercise a high level of cleaning standard in academic buildings and residential buildings as required.
Instructional Facilitator for Teaching Reading to Struggling Students New York
The Office of Digital Learning, Teachers College, Columbia University seeks three Instructional Facilitators to assist faculty in delivering the Teaching Reading to Struggling Students (TRSS) professional development program.
Service Desk Student Computer Lab Assistant -Part Time New York
Teachers College Information Technology (TCIT) Service Desk is seeking a Part Time Service Desk Student Computer Lab Assistant to offer support to students, faculty and staff desktop computer users with a strong commitment to high-quality customer service and solid work ethic.

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