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Lab Manager - Upper Airway Dysfunction New York
The Teachers College, Columbia University Program in Communication Sciences and Disorders in the Department of Biobehavioral Sciences has an opening for a Research Speech-Language Pathogist/Lab Manager. The candidate will work with Dr. Michelle S. Troche in the Laboratory for the Study of Upper Airway Dysfunction (UAD).
Clinical Fellowship in Speech-Language Pathologist New York
The Laboratory for the Study of Upper Airway Dysfunction at Teachers College, Columbia University, Program in Communication Sciences and Disorders in the Department of Biobehavioral Sciences has an opening for a clinical fellow in speech-language pathology.
Communications Writer New York
TC Generation is looking for a full-time staff writer who will be responsible for researching, writing and, on occasion, editing a high volume of creative, well-organized articles for Teachers College publications and the web, as well as related communications for other venues.
Student Teacher Supervisor New York
The Office of Teacher Education at Teachers College seeks supervisors to provide support in the assessment of student teachers currently enrolled in various teacher preparation programs. Supervisors serve as resources for student teachers as well as act as liaisons between the College and the field. Supervisors offer experienced and objective perspectives on overall classroom effectiveness. This position offers flexibility of scheduling. Our Bilingual/Bicultural Education Program seeks candidates who speak Arabic, French, Italian, Korean, Japanese, Mandarin, or Spanish. Responsibilities: Observe and gather assessment data on lessons conducted by student teachers at various school sites; Provide descriptive feedback on a student teacher's execution of professional responsibilities (lesson planning, implementation and assessment, classroom interaction, maintenance of records); Help the student teacher relate teaching theory to classroom practice (e.g., discuss reasons for selecting materials and methods); Help the student teacher develop consistent classroom management practices conducive to learning, which promote respect for others and for cultural and linguistic diversity.
Assistant Teacher (3) New York
The Hollingworth Preschool at Teachers College, Columbia University is seeking a Part Time Assistant Preschool Teacher to join our on campus preschool team. The incumbent will demonstrate a desire to learn pedagogical methodology in the early childhood classroom, the cross domain development of very young children, and the support of a play based curriculum. The Part Time Assistant Preschool Teacher will work under the direction of the center director and preschool director and collaboratively with the preschool staff. The incumbent will work 27 hours per week. Position includes hourly salary and some tuition exemption.
Hollingworth Preschool Substitute Teacher New York
The Hollingworth Preschool at Teachers College, Columbia University is seeking a Substiture Teacher to join our on campus preschool team. The Substitute Preschool Teacher will work under the direction of the center director and preschool director and collaboratively with the preschool staff. The incumbent will work 12 hours per week on an as needed basis to cover for teachers who are absent.
Associate Director of College Events New York
Seeking a strong events professional who will take the lead on event operations for on- and off-campus events and ceremonies.
Circulation and User Experience Librarian New York
The Gottesman Libraries aspire to excellence in advancing and sharing transformative knowledge to develop informed and engaged thinkers and leaders in the educational, psychological, and health professions.
Graduate Research Assistant New York
The Programs in Education Leadership in the Department of Organization & Leadership is seeking a Graduate Research Assistant (GRA) to work with Professor Alex J. Bowers. The GRA will provide research assistance and expertise on a research project to apply data science visualization and descriptive statistics to describe a range of K-12 New York City school equity indicators associated with school equity or historic disproportionalities linked to student outcomes.
PT Department Associate New York
The Department of Organization & Leadership at Teachers College, Columbia University is seeking a part time Department Associate. This position reports directly to the Director of Academic Administration (DAA).
Induction Mentor, TR@TC (part-time) New York
Our TR@TC induction team seeks experienced mentors who have Science (Living Environments) or TESOL backgrounds and are interested in enthusiastically supporting the growth and development of new teachers.
TCRWP Interim New York
The Teachers College Reading and Writing Project is looking for part-time staff members to assist staff with a variety of office/administrative tasks, including logistical preparation for and coordination of institutes and other project events, curriculum materials (editing, researching, etc.), collaborating on various projects, general office work, and other tasks as assigned.
Administrative Coordinator: EPSA New York
PT Administrative Coordinator to EPSA to provide support for faculty, staff and students
Part Time Success Coordinator K-5 (PS 154) New York
Through the Edmund W. Gordon Institute of Urban and Minority Education at Teachers College, Columbia University has the Raising Educational Achievement Coalition of Harlem (REACH), which is a demonstration project of a university–assisted schools model that seeks to improve students’ educational outcomes through a set of coherent and strategic actions that increases access to comprehensive educational opportunity to better support their academic achievements.
Graduate Assistant, Teacher Education Policy Committee (part-time) New York
The Office of Teacher Education is seeking a doctoral student to support the work of the Teacher Education Policy Committee (TEPC) and the Office of Teacher Education.

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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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