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TC Record Intern New York
TC Record is seeking an intern.
Custodian II New York
Candidate must have knowledge of all project work done in a custodial setting. Has to be able to work independently and be a problem solver.
Public Safety Officer/Security Officer II New York
.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.
Investigative Reporter New York
The Hechinger Report is seeking an investigative reporter to serve as an integral member of its award-winning investigative team.
Payroll Account Clerk New York
Teachers College, Columbia University is seeking a Payroll Account Clerk who will assist with duties related to payroll processing, including, but not limited to, issuances, employee information, and related data entry, maintaining and updating payroll records, investigating and resolving payroll discrepancies, and other related requirements.
PT Instructor-Counseling Psychology, EdM Program (e-class 31) New York
The Department of Counseling and Clinical Psychology at Teachers College, Columbia University is actively seeking part time instructors to teach Masters level courses. The candidate will provide provide Clinical Supervision through seminars, practicum courses.
Interim Hourly, Teachers College Record New York
Teachers College Record (TCR) is looking for an editorial assistant.This is a great opportunity for getting familiar with the very wide range of research in education. You'll learn about different research questions, data sources, and methodologies.
TC Record Editorial Assistant New York
Teachers College Record (TCR) is looking for an editorial assistant. This is a great opportunity for getting familiar with the very wide range of research in education. You'll learn about different research questions, data sources, and methodologies.
Research Assistant New York
The CCRC Research Assistant provides support to CCRC research teams. Tasks include supporting research logistics, retrieving and reviewing research literature, and contributing to written products. As needed the research assistant may also provide support to the CCRC administration. Requirements include proficiency using Excel and strong communications skills. Candidates should be resourceful, detail-oriented, dependable, and have a well-articulated interest in higher education and issues of access to and success in postsecondary education. For information about CCRC’s current research activities, mission, and values, please visit ccrc.tc.columbia.edu.
Officer, Philanthropic Giving (Leadership Annual Gifts) New York
The Office of Institutional Advancement at Teachers College, Columbia University is seeking a dynamic front-line fundraiser to help drive revenue growth through the strategic management of a portfolio consisting of donors and prospects with wealth capacity ratings of at least $5K and up to $99K. The Officer, Philanthropic Giving will be 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. With a focus on leadership giving donors, the Officer will serve as a relationship manager throughout the donor lifecycle to qualify, cultivate, solicit, and steward leadership annual gifts at the four and 5-figure levels.
Financial Aid Counselor New York
The Office of Financial Aid at Teachers College Columbia University is seeking a Financial Aid Counselor who will administer the College’s Federal Work-Study Program. The incumbent will assist in counseling students on financial aid decisions, policies and procedures, and financing options.
Programmer/Analyst New York
Teachers College, Columbia University, is searching for a Programmer/Analyst to join a small team of talented programmers to support the college's enterprise applications, data, and data integrations. The successful candidate will have experience with PL/SQL development as well as other programming languages and integration tools. Experience with Ellucian's Banner ERP and associated higher-ed applications is especially valuable. In addition to being technically adept, the successful candidate will be a self-starter, passionate about technology and software, communicative, collaborative, and be able to analyze business processes to understand where technology may or may not provide solutions.
Director, Office of International Students & Scholars New York
The Office of International Students and Scholars at Teachers College, Columbia University is seeking a Director who will lead the team responsible for immigration advising and support of international students and scholars. Reporting to the Vice Provost for Academic Planning and Global Affairs, the Director of the Office for International Students and Scholars will be responsible for implementing and overseeing all related services and support which includes but is not limited to planning, collaborating, and coordinating activities within the office’s overall scope. The Director will also be responsible for interpreting, establishing and disseminating institutional policies and procedures in accordance with federal regulations, serving as the College’s expert on policies relating to F-1 students and J-1 exchange visitors, and supporting the College’s ongoing development of international student pathways and engagement.
Lecturer in Curriculum and Teaching New York
The Department of Curriculum and Teaching is seeking to hire a full-time Lecturer in the area of early childhood/elementary curriculum and literacy, with emphasis on PK-2 contexts. This is a nine-month position (non-tenure track) with possibility for renewal and for summer teaching. We seek a colleague committed to critical perspectives in curriculum, literacy, and teacher education. Responsibilities include teaching five graduate courses per academic year, supporting administrative tasks in several programs, advising students, and supervising preservice teachers in classroom settings.
Instructional Support Associate-Smith Learning Theater New York
The Digital Futures Institute at Teachers College, Columbia University seeks to hire an Instructional Support Associate for the Summer 2024 semester to work in the Smith Learning Theater.

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