Apr 14, 2023
Responsible person is sought to assist with the administration and support for projects and activities of the National Center for Restructuring Education, Schools and Teaching.
Digital Futures Institute Work Study
Apr 14, 2023
DFI work study students will support ongoing projects related to technology, media, and education. Responsibilities include support for literature reviews, assisting with project curation, and occasional administrative tasks.
Office Assistant (Work Study)
Seeking TC students with college work study to work in the Office of Residential Services. Position primarily handles administrative tasks for the office including phones, guest housing reservations, mail room, and general office tasks.
Work-Study Office Assistant
The Programs in Education Leadership is seeking a Work-Study Office Assistant to begin as soon as possible. The Office Assistant will work 20 hours a week in person, primarily Wednesdays and Thursdays, through June 30, 2023.
Supervisor, Housekeeping/Custodial Services
Apr 14, 2023
This position is responsible for ensuring that the Teachers College facilities are maintained to a high appearance level to provide a clean, attractive, safe, comfortable and efficient working and learning environment. Custodial activities are also focused on preserving and protecting College facilities which contain numerous examples of vintage woodwork, glass, metal, ceramic and stone. The principal responsibilities include oversight of staff and contractors performing housekeeping and specialty cleaning functions; quality assurance as well as hiring, supervision and training of staff. The key objective in the performance of these duties is the maintenance of facilities to APPA Level standard.
College Work Study - Teachers College Press Marketing Department Assistant
Teachers College Press is looking for a marketing assistant for the spring 2023 semester and beyond.
Lecturer in Human Development
Sep 1, 2023
The Lecturer in Human Development will teach five campus-based courses during the year, provide academic advising to master’s students in the programs in the Department of Human Development, carry out program-related work, and be expected to contribute to the overall scholarly activities of the department. This position is for a 1-year appointment with the possibility of renewal
Associate Director, Philanthropic Giving (Remote, West Coast)
Jun 27, 2023
Reporting to the Executive Director, Philanthropic Giving, the Associate Director, Philanthropic Giving, is responsible for retaining existing revenue and donors, sustaining a pipeline of future donors from across all private constituent types, and offering donors opportunities to give through Teachers College to make a smarter, healthier and more equitable world. A dynamic front-line fundraiser, the Associate Director, will help drive revenue growth through the strategic management of a portfolio consisting of donors and prospects with wealth capacity ratings of at least $100K and up to $499K. With a focus on leadership giving donors, the Associate Director will serve as a relationship manager throughout the donor lifecycle to qualify, cultivate, solicit, and steward five and six-figure gifts. This postion is located on the West Coast.
Summer Conference Intern
Seeking 2 full-time and 1 part-time Summer Conference Housing (SCH) Interns for summer 2023. Full-time Interns work 9am - 5pm Monday through Thursday and 9am - 1pm on Fridays (32 hours/week). Part-time Interns typically work 10am - 3pm Monday through Thursday and 9am - 1pm on Fridays (25 hours/week). Evening on-call hours also required.
Public Safety Officer
This position announcement is for a uniformed Public Safety Officer, with Fire Safety Director Certification, or the ability to obtain Fire Safety Director Certification, providing safety and security services to the Teachers College Community. Days and shift hours of work vary. Teamsters Union Local 707 membership required upon hire.
College Work Study: Continuing Professional Studies
Apr 14, 2023
This college work study position will support the overall administration of the Continuing Professional Studies (CPS)department. The workstudy will support the office by helping us to creatively get the word out about CPS programs through social media, listservs, and liaising with potential partner organizations. The workstudy will also assist with financial collections, certificate generation, and participant communications throughout the lifecycle of our programs. We are looking for someone who is self-motivated and creative, with an interest in bringing TC's theory to practice.
Job Summary/Basic Function:
This position will support the overall administration of the Continuing Professional Studies department.
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 taking at least 6 credits (or equivalent, which includes full-time equivalent offerings - HBSK 6480, CCPJ 6480, CCPX 6480, or any 8900 course).
Full-time TC employees are not eligible for this position.
Must be able to abide by the Student Confidentiality Agreement.
Must be able to abide by the Student Privacy Requirements.
- Ability to use Microsoft Office and Adobe Acrobat
- Highly organized and detail oriented
- Must be a self-starter and able to meet deadlines
- Flexible to take on multiple tasks in a variety of areas
15 - 16
Food Ed Grants Specialist
Under the general direction of the Food Ed Hub Director, the Food Ed Grants Specialist is a part-time position that supports the mission of the Food Ed Hub. This mission is to ensure that all NYC students have quality food and nutrition education and sustainably-produced, culturally-responsive, healthy school food. The Grants Specialist will work with Food Ed Hub partners and the Tisch Food Center team to write and review grants that will fund food and nutrition education programming for NYC school students.
This is a grant-funded position through June 30, 2023. There is a possibility, but no guarantee, of extension.
Communications and Outreach Associate
We seek an energetic and collaborative self-starter to join our tight-knit team as our communications associate. The Center for Educational Equity at Teachers College, Columbia University, promotes equity in education nationally and in New York State through a program of research, advocacy, litigation, and public engagement, specifically in areas such as fiscal equity, preparation for civic participation, and enforcement of students’ constitutional right to a quality education—with a particular focus on educational opportunities from historically marginalized communities.
Under the supervision of, and with support from, the Director of Outreach and Communications, the communications associate will share responsibility for key components of the Center’s communications and public engagement portfolio to support the Center’s programs and activities. This person will also assume responsibility for key communication tasks, will help to develop and sustain the Center’s relationships with partners, coalition members, policymakers, and other stakeholders, and will serve as an important representative of the Center in a wide range of external settings.
Lecturer - Communication, Media, and Learning Technologies Design
The Communication, Media, and Learning Technologies Design (CMLTD) Program seeks a Lecturer with expertise in the study of learning environments, communication, and education. Areas of expertise may include communication across new media, digital social environments, making and creative coding, game design, or other research areas related to education and emerging technologies. This position is for a 3-year appointment; it has the possibility to renew after the initial appointment.
Internal Communications Manager
Reporting to the Director of Executive and Internal Communications, the Internal Communications Manager plays a key role in developing and executing internal strategic communications programs and elevating the institution profile of Teachers College. This position plays a key role in ensuring that internal audiences are well-informed about important updates, priorities, and initiatives of the College, in order to promote engagement, satisfaction, effectiveness and success among faculty, students, and staff. The Internal Communications Manager helps to cultivate internal audiences as ambassadors to build and strengthen TC’s overall brand position and influence. This resourceful, collaborative member of the TC Generation team must have excellent writing, research and communications skills, as well as a good eye for detail, strong organizational skills, and the ability to work well under deadlines.