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TC NEXT: Part-Time Career Advisor New York
The Part-Time Career Advisor is part of a team of experts that deliver critical support to Teachers College students and alumni as they navigate their professional pathways. Our Masters and Doctoral students represent a diverse range of professional experience, goals, and expertise, and TC NEXT offers holistic support to ensure students’ success throughout their lifelong professional experiences.
Administrative Manager New York
The Administrative Manager will assist with all areas of the President’s Office administration. They will handle a wide range of matters of institutional importance, many of which require discretion and confidentiality. They must have the absolute confidence and trust of the President and regularly exercise independent judgement in a variety of arenas. The incumbent will interact with faculty, trustees, senior leadership, students, alumni, and others.
Interim Hourly: Continuing Professional Studies New York
The basic function of this job is to support the development and facilitation of Continuing Professional Studies workshop: Leadership Institute for School Change: Building Capacity by Supporting Adult Development.
TCP Mentor New York
Hiring TCP Senior Mentor Teacher to guide TCP students during their Practicum.
Director, Office of Sponsored Projects New York
Teachers College, Columbia seeks an experienced, positive, highly motivated, and organized person to join the Office of Sponsored Projects as Director. Reporting to and working directly with the Vice Dean for Research, the successful candidate will manage and support the staff in OSP to facilitate research by providing a wide range of services, tools, and training to support researchers and practitioners throughout the life of a sponsored grant or contract. Aligning with the College’s mission, and supporting research across ten departments and over sixty-five programs in education, health, and psychology, the Director of OSP will be responsible for working collaboratively with researchers, staff, and leadership to promote a research infrastructure supportive of sponsored projects, research, and development at a national and international level. The Director will serve as a primary source of expertise ensuring that regulatory compliance requirements are met, providing exceptional customer service, and efficiently processing research agreements.
Senior Editor New Orleans
The Hechinger Report is looking for a senior editor to cover The South for our growing, award-winning news organization focused on innovation and inequality in education
Assistant Vice President for Human Resources & Chief Human Resources Officer New York
Teachers College, Columbia University (TC) is seeking an Assistant Vice President for Human Resources & Chief Human Resources Officer who will work collaboratively across the TC Community. Reporting to the Vice President for Administration, the AVP/CHRO will lead the human resource (HR) functions of Teachers College and partner with College leadership to drive human resources initiatives that support the overall mission and strategic direction of the College.
Interim Research Assistant-Reading Specialist Program New York
Dolores Perin, Professor Emerita, Psychology and Education, seeks two Research Assistants to assist in a research project on writing skills of academically-underprepared adults. The work includes reviewing research literature; managing citation software such as endnote; helping with clerical tasks related to book preparation and other publication; assisting in preparation of online professional development, completing miscellaneous research and administrative/ clerical tasks as assigned. Because of covid-19 it is likely that all work will be conducted remotely throughout the project period.
College Work Study - Website Design & Digital Media New York
The Department of Mathematics, Science & Technology seeks a work-study student for AY20-21 to help with digital projects on department websites and social media.
Senior Assistant Bursar New York
The Office of the Bursar provides a range of services to students, faculty and staff of Teachers College. The services include: answering questions regarding billing and collecting tuition, housing, and all applicable fees; and disbursing federal, private, institutional aid, stipends, and refund checks. In addition, we offer a deferred payment plan option for students who cannot make full payment. We process all payments for students and staff for tuition, housing, and loan accounts; and interact with other offices to resolve discrepancies with accounts.
College Work Study: Jumpstart (Off-Campus, Multiple Positions) New York
Jumpstart members complete an intensive commitment and make a substantial impact in the life of young children.
Program Assistant New York
The Center for International Foreign Language Teacher Education (CIFLTE) at Teachers College, Columbia University, is now hiring a program assistant. Candidates for this position are expected to have a strong work ethic and be organized, detail oriented and outcome-driven. Position: Part-time; 20 hours/week Duration: Starts from January 1st, 2021 through August 31st, 2021; the position is renewable pending performance and availability of funding. Main Responsibilities: - Supporting current students across multiple programs - Managing an online foreign language learning program - Supporting program publicity efforts - Supporting program social and academic events Minimum Qualifications: - MA in applied linguistics or a relevant field of study - Passion for foreign language instruction and learning - Strong commitment to work and reliability - Strong skills and abilities to work independently and proactively - Strong technological skills including abilities to navigate social media platforms - Bilingual proficiency in English and Mandarin Chinese
Instructional Design Course Developer New York
The Instructional Design Course Developer will lead the design and development of courses in the Office of Digital Learning’s portfolio. This position offers the opportunity to contribute to and enhance the quality of online courses and programs at Teachers College (TC), a graduate school of education, health, and psychology. You will work in collaboration with a diverse body of faculty who represent multiple disciplines and research interests, providing thought partnership and technical expertise in the design of online learning experiences that are engaging and meaningful to every learner at the College. As a key member of the team, the Instructional Design Course Developer will help us in creating engaging online courses that serve as a catalyst to inspire innovation across online courses and programs at TC.
Research Associate New York
We invite applications from interested candidates for a full-time research associate position at the Denisova laboratory (Autism Origins Lab). The lab is devoted to uncovering neurobiology of autism spectrum disorders in children and we use cutting-edge analytic methods, including functional and structural neuroimaging, for our work. We seek a highly motivated candidate with a strong technical background and code-writing skills who is interested to work in a fast-paced academic research environment.
Administrative Coordinator New York
The MST Administrative Coordinator provides support for administration, faculty members, and graduate students enrolled in the department. S/he is supervised by the Director of Academic Administration and joins a team of five administrative staff members for the Department of Mathematics, Science, and Technology. There is great capacity to learn and grow in the professional area of academic administration in three primary areas: (1) Multimedia and digital projects, (2) Writing and social media communications, and (3) Event coordination and assistance. The ideal candidate will see the development of these skills as potentially important to their career growth and possible future career pathways.

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