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Interim: Early Childhood Teaching Assistant (Summer 2021) New York
The Rita Gold Early Childhood Center seeks a part-time teaching assistant for Summer 2021 to support a child-led, play-based classroom with an emergent curriculum.. Candidate may be assigned to either an infant, toddler, or preschool classroom, and assigned project/administrative work, as needed.
Director of Faculty Affairs New York
Reporting to the Director of Administration, the person in this position is responsible for the overall administration and coordination of all tenure track personnel reviews, lecturer appointments and reappointments, development and review of many Provost’s Office policies and procedures, and provides executive support and leadership for the implementation of new initiatives and changes in procedures. The Director of Academic Affairs provides strategic support to the Vice-Dean for Faculty Affairs and the Provost, functions as a thought-partner to the Director of Administration, and supervises and mentors the Associate Director of Academic Affairs, who manages non-tenure-track faculty appointments and personnel reviews, provides faculty search support training, postdoc workshops and programming, and faculty/lecturer annual reports and leaves, honorary appointments, lecturer and adjunct promotions, and faculty leaves.
Professional Development Assistant New York
The Center is hiring a Professional Development Assistant to provide support to the CTSC professional development team in preparing materials and assisting in the provision of professional development to K-12 teachers and administrators (i.e., through workshops and school/classroom visitations).
Postdoctoral Research Scientist New York
The Education for Persistence and Innovation Center (EPIC, epic.tc.columbia.edu/) at Teachers College, Columbia University directed by Dr. Xiaodong Lin-Siegler is seeking a full-time Postdoctoral Research Scientist to work with a small group of scholars with interdisciplinary background investigators predictors of motivation, effort investment and success at job.
Research Assistant New York
NCREST is looking for a Research Assistant to work on a project with Dr. Thomas Hatch, Dr. Michelle Knight-Manuel, and Dr. Sonya Horsford to develop and document the use of resources related to culturally relevant pedagogy and leadership among participants in a network of superintendents. The network is designed to support the efforts of a small group of superintendents and other district leaders in developing and pursuing systemic strategies to create equitable educational opportunities and outcomes in their communities. As part of their work, participating districts are exploring how to use culturally relevant approaches to address specific equity goals. The RA’s role will be to help identify and develop information, tools, and professional development experiences to advance that work, and then to document how the districts use those resources. The project will involve 10 hours per week of work over the next year (May-April). Key responsibilities include: • Reviewing and summarizing relevant literature • Participating in and supporting meetings • Arranging, conducting, and transcribing interviews • Collecting related materials • Writing up individual interviews and cross-interview summaries • Participating in the development of tools, resources, and professional development activities, and publications • Organizing, storing, and managing data, resources and other project-related materials • Helping to develop and carry out strategies for sharing materials via social media Requirements: • Excellent writing and communication skills • Excellent interpersonal skills Experience in teaching, leading, or studying K-12 schools, familiarity with culturally relevant pedagogy/leadership, and/or facility in using social media are desirable. As part of your application, please provide a CV, cover letter, and writing sample.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow New York
Teachers College, Columbia University has an opening for a Post-doctoral Fellow/Research Scientist. The successful candidate will work as part of a dynamic team in the Developing Language and Literacy Lab ( http://www.tc.columbia.edu/dll-lab/ ) directed by Dr. Carol Scheffner Hammer. The team studies cultural and environmental influences on young children’s early language and literacy development, develops assessment instruments for dual language learners (DLLS), and develops and tests the efficacy of home- and school-based language and literacy interventions.
Bruce S. Goldberg Postdoctoral Fellow New York
Teachers College, Columbia University seeks a Bruce S. Goldberg postdoctoral fellow for two years in the International and Comparative Education program. The program seeks candidates whose scholarly work is related to education in conflict and post-conflict contexts, with a particular emphasis on youth and peacebuilding/transitional justice. The postdoctoral scholar will work under the mentorship of Professor S. Garnett Russell.
Custodian Supervisor New York
Under the supervision of the Custodian Supervisor, the lead is responsible for the coordination and accomplishment of academic and residence halls housekeeping and maintenance operations, perform housekeeping and maintenance duties in accordance with established College standards and procedures.
Bruce S. Goldberg Postdoctoral Fellow in Mental Health Outcomes of Ethnic Minority and Immigrant Youth and Families New York
Cindy Huang, Ph.D., Director of the Culture and Health Promotion of Minority and Immigrant Youth and Families Lab (https://www.champtc.org) at Teachers College, Columbia University, is recruiting for a 2-year postdoctoral research fellowship to work in the areas of ethnic minority and immigrant youth mental health, developmental psychopathology, and culturally-informed prevention interventions. The postdoctoral fellow will have the unique opportunity to assist in the management and dissemination of a grant-funded project examining the longitudinal effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on Asian American parents and their children. The project will focus on the experiences of discrimination and racism for Asians Americans during the pandemic and their impact on mental health well-being and family functioning over time.
Bruce S. Goldberg Postdoctoral Fellow in Racial Trauma New York
The Black Education Research Collective (BERC) at Teachers College, Columbia University, invites applications for a Postdoctoral Fellow to join our transdisciplinary team of research faculty and doctoral students focused on generating new knowledge at the intersections of Black studies and education theory, leadership, and policy. The Bruce S. Goldberg Postdoctoral Fellow in Racial Trauma will work under the mentorship of Dr. Sonya Horsford, Director of BERC, to study the impact of collective trauma experiences on the education of African American children and adolescents as part of its Black Education in the Wake project. Goldberg Postdoctoral Fellowships are made possible by the generous bequest of alumnus Dr. Bruce Goldberg, enabling postdoctoral researchers to work closely with faculty members studying trauma in children and adolescents.
TCRWP Interim Hourly New York
The Teachers College Reading and Writing Project is looking for summer interns to assist staff with all of the logistical preparation for and coordination of four week-long summer institutes. The institutes take place from late June through the third week in August. Each one is attended by 1000-1,400 participants from all over the world.
Administrative Coordinator New York
The Office Continuing Professional Studies (CPS) at Teachers College, Columbia University is seeking an Administrative Coordinator will be responsible for executing various administrative tasks associated ensuring smooth operation of the office.
Assistant Director for Research New York
Teachers College, Columbia seeks an experienced, positive, highly motivated, and organized person to join the Office of the Vice Dean for Research. The Assistant Director will assist the Vice Dean of Research enhance the research infrastructure and improve communication across the research infrastructure, increase the number of grant submissions and awards, and enhance the research culture and visibility of research conducted at TC.
Carpenter New York
The Maintenance Carpenter performs skilled carpentry work in the construction, maintenance, repair and alteration of building structures and facilities following recognized procedures and techniques of the carpentry trade and using hand and power tools such as saws, hammers, chisels, levels, drills, presses, sanders, table saws, joiners, planers, wood lathes, mortising machines and related carpentry tools. This position is a part of the 707 Teamsters union.
Instructional Support Associate New York
The Temporary Instructional Support Associate assists in the implementation of return-to-campus instruction at Teachers College, Columbia University. This position offers the opportunity to contribute to the implementation of face-to-face, online and hybrid instructional formats. This is a PT position, approximately 20 hours per week. Schedules are flexible and will require in-person support in July and August 2021.

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