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Program Assistant - SPA|NOLA New Orleans
The Summer Principals Academy - New Orleans seeks an experienced Program Assistant to provide advanced level support to the SPA faculty and administration team. The Program Assistant works as part of a highly collaborative team and juggles multiple tasks in a dynamic environment. The ideal candidate has experience in research, data collection and entry, and possesses administrative and communication skills.
Visiting Associate Professor New York
Teachers College, Columbia University is seeking an accomplished teacher-scholar and professional leader in English education for a 2 year visiting appointment in the Department of Arts & Humanities for the Program in English Education/The Teaching of English.
Interim Instructional Assistant (Grant) New York
Seeking an interim instructional assistant to help the center's executive director manage the course load and center administration.
Head, Reference and Reader Services 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.
Post-Award Grant’s Specialist New York
The Office of Sponsored Programs at Teachers College, Columbia University, is seeking a highly motivated and detail-oriented individual to join our team as a Post-Award Grants Specialist. This role offers an opportunity to contribute to meaningful projects and ensure the effective management of awarded grants. The incumbent will be responsible for the management and oversight of awarded grants, ensuring compliance with grant terms, financial accountability, and successful project implementation. This position will play a crucial role in the College’s ability to secure and manage grant funding to advance our mission. CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Reporting to the Director of Sponsored Programs and the Post Award Grants Manager for daily operational supervision, the Senior Post-Award Grant Specialist will provide timely, high-quality, and coordinated research post-grant award administrative services to TC faculty in the assigned department(s) for both the Clinical Counseling Psychology Department (CCP) and Education Policy and Social Analysis (EPSA). The incumbent will manage a diverse portfolio that includes federal research grants, contracts, and foundation grants. Responsibilities will include processing financial and accounting transactions; assuring sound fiscal oversight and financial compliance; serving as representative/liaison between faculty/researchers, department administrators, and sponsors; providing direct support and guidance to faculty in the financial administration of grants and contracts; creating detailed monthly financial reports for analysis and projection of expenditures.
Full Time Lecturer-Counseling Psychology New York
Teachers College, Columbia University seeks a lecturer with recent relevant experience to join the core faculty in the Online School Counseling Ed.M. program in the Department of Counseling and Clinical Psychology. The individual will contribute to teaching, advising, and general program administration.
Senior Research Associate New York
The Senior Research Associate supports several quantitative and qualitative research projects. The Senior Research Associate participates in the design and implementation of research projects, co-leads aspects of a project with the project director (e.g. fieldwork and/or data analysis), and co-authors project related reports and publications.
Post-Award Grant’s Specialist New York
The Senior Post-Award Grant Specialist will provide timely, high-quality, and coordinated research post-grant award administrative services to TC faculty in the assigned department(s) for both the Math Science Technology (MST) and Human Development (HD). The person will manage a diverse portfolio that includes federal research grants, contracts, and foundation grants. This position reports both to the Director of Sponsored Programs and daily operational supervisor, the Post Award Grants Manager Responsibilities will include processing financial and accounting transactions; assuring sound fiscal oversight and financial compliance; serving as representative/liaison between faculty/researchers, department administrators, and sponsors; providing direct support and guidance to faculty in the financial administration of grants and contracts; creating detailed monthly financial reports for analysis and projection of expenditures.
Director of Disbursements New York
The Office of Disbursements at Teachers College, Columbia University (the College) is seeking a Director of Disbursements.
Reliance Agreement Specialist New York
The Institutional Review Board (IRB) Office at the Teachers College (TC) functions to ensure that all human subject research conducted at the University is in compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and University policies. In support of TC’s mission and vision, the IRB is seeking a Reliance Agreement Specialist who will serve as the primary point of contact for multisite research when Teachers College will either rely on the review of an external IRB, or serve as the single IRB for other sites.
Administrative Coordinator New York
The Center for the Professional Education of Teachers (CPET; tc.edu/cpet) is seeking a full-time Administrative Coordinator to provide operational support and event/project coordination to the Center.
Induction Mentor, NTI@TC (Part-time) New York
The Teacher Opportunity Corps II Program at Teachers College is managed by TC’s Office of Teacher Education and is designed to affirm, support, and sustain aspiring teachers from backgrounds that are currently under-represented in the New York State teaching force. Each year, we support a cohort of twenty TC TOC students with tuition assistance, internship experience in NYC DOE schools, seminars with top TC faculty, professional development opportunities, and opportunities for rich peer support. For the 2023-2024 academic year, TOC graduates will receive induction support during their first year of teaching. As part of the TOC Induction Program, TOC graduates will receive one-on-one mentorship that is tailored to their needs and their teaching context. Our induction team seeks experienced mentors who are interested in enthusiastically supporting the growth and development of new New York City teachers. As a member of our team, you will work with individually assigned mentees, who, as new teachers, have a variety of needs and are working to grow their practice in different ways.
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.
Assistant/Associate Professor New York
The Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Master’s and Ph.D. programs at Teachers College, Columbia University seeks applicants for a tenure-track assistant or tenure-eligible associate professor position to begin in Fall 2023. Review of applications will begin on October 31, 2022 and will continue until the position is filled.

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