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Director of Student Support & Advocacy New York
The Division of Student Affairs at Teachers College, Columbia University is seeking an experienced and collaborative Director of Student Support & Advocacy who will serve as the College lead on non-clinical student support and advocacy initiatives.
PT Classroom Technology Specialist Assistant New York
PT Classroom Technology Specialist Assistant: CTS Provides classroom, event, and videoconferencing support to the TC community. Techs are trained on the proper use of all our Media equipment. They are responsible for the setup, operation, implementation & maintenance of all Media equipment in TCIT inventory: media consoles, media carts, document camera, 360 cameras, console + laptop computers( PCs and Macs), LCD projectors, AV cabling microphones, screens, floor/table microphone stands, audio mixers, closed captioning devices, videoconferencing platforms + conference phones, web cams, USB microphones etc... CTS are responsible for updating all PCs and Macs. CTS also upgrade & update all software loaded on our PCs/Macs. In between assigned scheduled tasks CTS should check with their shift supervisor for additional technical duties that may be delegated.
Applications Systems Developer Team Lead New York
Teachers College is looking for a hands-on technical lead to join our Applications Systems Development team. The team works on a variety of projects including implementation and support of third-party vendor software as well as creation of in-house applications and processes. The successful candidate will be deeply knowledgeable of multi-tier web applications and can effectively collaborate with stakeholders, business analysts, and other application development teams to deliver cross-platform solutions. Team initiatives are focused on web-based applications and integration with existing platforms and services. Experience with AWS and Java or Python programming is required. Experience with applications used in Higher Education such as Ellucian Banner, Shibboleth, Salesforce, and ServiceNow is a plus. Our design approach is to maximize the use of enterprise applications and extend the capabilities of enterprise applications through targeted integrations and customizations. When we have gaps in our application portfolio we look to custom development to address those areas of need.
Salesforce Developer New York
This position is for a hands-on, technical Salesforce Developer who is familiar with the demands associated with the development of building applications on the Salesforce platform and integrating third party applications, who can stay on top of the latest developments in this field and who can effectively collaborate with other application development teams to deliver cross-platform solutions. You will: * Work autonomously and collaboratively to design and implement project deliverables in Salesforce Service Cloud, Marketing Cloud, Communities and integrations to/from Salesforce Service Cloud. * Build custom Salesforce.com and Force.com solutions that support important functionality used by internal teams and students at Teachers College. * Build for scale by designing holistically, with a focus on flexibility and maintainability * Troubleshoot technical issues and provide support * Conduct demonstration and training presentations * Ensure appropriate controls and documentation are followed to create an effective control environment
System Administrator & DBA-Lead New York
The Sys Admin & DBA Lead is a hands-on lead for small team responsible for system and database administration in administrative systems group. This position is responsible for architecture design, implementation and maintenance of high-availability and scalable platform with backup and disaster recovery, as well as application deployment.
PT Senior Staff Developer New York
Staff developers collaborate in intimate and long-lasting ways with communities of teachers in the New York City and suburban areas. 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 wholeschool planning, demonstration teaching, coaching teachers, leading workshops and teaching courses. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelors degree Demonstrated success as a classroom teacher/district leader Must demonstrate an excellent grasp of methods of teaching reading and writing, including reading and writing conferences and mini-lessons, guided reading, shared reading, etc. Ability to travel to schools within the metropolitan area as needed. Must be able to work a flexible weekly schedule including Saturdays. Preferred Qualifications: Masters degree Deep knowledge of the Teachers College Reading & Writing Project's work. 10 years or more of teaching experience. More experience preferred.
Interim Instructional Assistant (Course Assistant) New York
Assist and support Professor who is leading the course; assist with course exercises; order and set up supplies, photocopy and distribute Negotiated applied exercises and other tasks as requires by Professor.
International Program Coordinator New York
The Office of Global Engagement (OGE) at Teachers College, Columbia University (TC) is seeking an International Program Coordinator to provide administrative and operational support for global programs and partnerships.
Administrative Analyst New York
The IRB Analyst facilitates ethical conduct of research with human subjects by providing pre-review and review of IRB submissions for completeness and adherence with IRB policy, institutional requirements and state/federal regulations. In addition, the IRB Analyst assists in educational and outreach efforts.
Director of Global Engagement New York
Teachers College, Columbia University (TC) is seeking a Director of Global Engagement to further international engagement at the College. Reporting to the Vice Provost for Academic Planning and overseeing the Office of Global Engagement (OGE), the incumbent will serve as the College’s chief liaison between the College community and a wide range of international partners, governments, donors, and organizations. In this capacity, the Director will be expected to foster partnerships, programs, and research that contribute to the advancement of a strong, strategic global vision for TC.
Hollingworth Science Camp Assistant Teacher New York
Assist head teacher(s) with all aspects of teaching in a camp classroom for elementary-aged children. Teach in a camp classroom as an integral member of a team including head teacher(s) and assistant teachers.
PT Senior Staff Developer New York
Staff developers collaborate in intimate and long-lasting ways with communities of teachers in the New York City and suburban areas. 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. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelors degree Demonstrated success as a classroom teacher/district leader Must demonstrate an excellent grasp of methods of teaching reading and writing, including reading and writing conferences and mini-lessons, guided reading, shared reading, etc. Ability to travel to schools within the metropolitan area as needed. Must be able to work a flexible weekly schedule including Saturdays. Preferred Qualifications: Masters degree Deep knowledge of the Teachers College Reading & Writing Project's work 10 years or more of teaching experience. More experience preferred.
Administrative Fellow New York
The Office of International Students and Scholars is hiring an Administrative Fellow for the upcoming academic year 2022-2023.
Postdoctoral Fellow - Computational Modeling in K-12 Science Classrooms New York
Paulo Blikstein's Transformative Learning Technologies Laboratory (TLTL) at Columbia University, together with Michelle Wilkerson’s CoRE Lab at UC Berkeley, Aditi Wagh at MIT, and Engin Bumbacher at the Teacher University Vaud (Switzerland) are currently looking for a Postdoctoral Associate to join our team on a DRK-12 NSF grant titled: 'From Access to Sustainability: Investigating Ways to Foster Sustainable Use of Computational Modeling in K-12 Science Classrooms' This research and design project will investigate how computational modeling can be made a sustainable educational practice across middle school classrooms. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to conduct cutting-edge research, develop skills for future faculty positions, and participate in the vibrant research community of Columbia, Berkeley, and MIT, as well as working with international partners in Switzerland, Thailand, and Brazil.
Academic Secretary New York
Areas of study within the MST Department include three programs: (1) Communication, Media, and Learning Technologies Design, (2) Mathematics Education, and (3) Science Education. Twenty-two full-time and approximately twenty-eight part-time faculty instruct and advise more than 600 students enrolled in these programs. Department support staff, supervised by the Director of Academic Administration, includes a Department Secretary, Program Manager, Projects Coordinator, and three Academic Secretaries. The Academic Secretary hired for this position will work in the Communication, Media, and Learning Technologies Design (CMLTD) Program. The CMLTD Program has 10 full-time faculty and 17 part-time adjuncts and instructors.

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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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