The Career Advisor is part of a team of experts that delivers 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.
Reporting to the Associate Director, Advising + Programming, the Career Advisor will work alongside other advisors to administer career-based support services, as well as conceive, develop, and execute programming designed to meet student and alumni needs. The Career Advisor will also work with faculty and program administrators to strengthen the preparation and core competencies of their students, which translates to student success in the job marketplace and fulfillment of individual professional goals. The incumbent will bring expertise and credentials to the role, while working alongside the TC NEXT team to execute the vision for the office.
Program Coordinator, TC NEXT
TC NEXT (Navigating and EXploring for Tomorrow) at Teachers College, Columbia University provides current students and alumni with career advisement/coaching and postgraduate support, access to networking and community engagement, internships, research opportunities and fellowships, career identification and job search process assistance.
Reporting to the Associate Director, Advising + Programming of TC NEXT, the Program Coordinator will bring a combination of career-focused programming acumen, student career advisement expertise, and relentless focus on detail and project management. The incumbent will support the Associate Director and team to manage student advising and programming initiatives, oversee program planning and evaluation, manage outreach and communications with internal departments, and execution of Advising + Programming-related events. In addition, this role will provide direct advising to TC students and alumni.
Reporting to the Assistant Vice President of Human Resources, the Administrative Manager is an integral part of the Office of Human Resources. The incumbent will manage the administrative functions of the office and assist the AVP with special projects, provide oversight of the budget, calendar management and supervise support staff in new hire implementation, reception and administrative projects.
Public Safety Officer - Part Time
This position announcement is for a part time uniformed Public Safety Officer responsible for providing safety and security services to the Teachers College Community
Work Study, Office of Executive Education
The Office of Executive Education Programs in Change and Consultation (part of Social-Organizational Psychology in the Department of Organization & Leadership) is seeking a Work Study to assist with the administrative aspects of the Executive Masters Program in Change Leadership (XMA) and the Principles and Practices of Organization Development (PPOD) Certificate Program. This position will report directly to the Associate Director.
College Work Study, Education Leadership
The Programs in Education Leadership is seeking a Work-Study Office Assistant for the 2021-2022 Academic Year, who will assist with webpage design and website content editing/management); administrative and clerical tasks (in-person at TC campus); program support; and additional duties as assigned. The Work-Study Office Assistant will provide broad administrative support as needed to the program staff and faculty; the Program Manager and Academic Secretary, the Program Director, and other program faculty members as needed.
The Programs in Education Leadership aim to prepare graduate students for thoughtful and strategic leadership in schools, school systems, and educational organizations, and to be effective leaders, change agents, academic researchers and teachers. Our program includes master’s and doctoral programs within the following sub-programs:
• Klingenstein Center for Independent School Leadership (master’s degree programs),
• Summer Principals Academy (master’s degree programs),
• Urban Education Leaders (UELP) Ed.D. Program, and
• Education Leadership Ph.D. Program
College Work Study: TC REACH Expanded Learning Opportunity Support
TC REACH seeks a graduate student with experience facilitating in-person clubs and tutoring opportunities (visual arts, photography, book club, science club, video game club, etc.) for K-12 students in under resourced communities. Responsibilities include supporting and observing ELO facilitators in their planning and facilitation of in-person and virtual club or tutoring program weekly in the Harlem Community. Approximately 5-10 hours per week, depending on planning time and schedules. All positions are in-person and pay is $16/hour.
Postdoctoral Fellowship Focusing on Teen Suicide Risk
Christine Cha, PhD, Director of the Laboratory for Clinical and Developmental Studies
(www.clinicaldevelopmentalstudies.com) at Teachers College, Columbia University, is accepting
applications for a 2-year postdoctoral research fellowship in the area of teen suicide risk.
Assistant Director of Stewardship
Reporting to the Senior Associate Director/Director, Development Writer, the Assistant Director of Stewardship oversees all aspects of reporting to donors on the use of their gifts to Teachers College. Stewardship activities include: creating individualized stewardship reports for restricted gifts; preparing financial/outcomes reports for endowed funds; producing donor recognition collateral and special communications. The Assistant Director collaborates with internal partners including major and leadership gift officers, academic departments, College Events, the Office of Financial Aid, and the Controller and Budget offices.
31 Aug 2022
The Office of Access and Services for Individuals with Disabilities is seeking individuals to assist OASID staff in the coordination of disability-related accommodations.
Interim office assistant
31 Dec 2021
Office support for outreach, mailings, database entry and other Office duties as assigned
Grants & Web Coordinator (College Work Study)
31 Jan 2022
The Office of International Affairs (OIA) seeks a Grants & Web Coordinator work study student to support the work of international engagement at Teachers College.
College Work Study - Accounts Payable
Maintain the digitized filing system by scanning documents and saving them in the appropriate shared folders.
File the scanned documents.
Validating that all documents have been scanned.
Keep files current.
Prepare documents for mailing and deliver to the mailroom
Research Compliance Manager
Reporting to the Research Compliance Director, the individual in this position will have primary responsibility for assuring the College’s compliance with all federal and state requirements for the protection of human subjects in the research and the ethical conduct of research.
Tenure Track Assistant Professor-Clinical Psychology Program
15 Nov 2021
The Clinical Psychology Program is recruiting to fill a tenure-track position at the assistant professor level. In particular, we are seeking candidates with a bourgeoning track record of published research in the development, evaluation, and/or dissemination of preventive/therapeutic psychosocial interventions particularly those focused on adaptation of therapy protocols for cultural and contextual relevance, neuroscience-informed investigation of treatment mechanisms, exploration of the concomitant influence of culture, race/ethnicity, and biology on treatment, treatment personalization, implementation science, and/or integration of mental health care within other systems (such as primary care, school clinics, etc.). Expertise in conducting domestic or international research and training with children, adolescents, and/or adults affected by systemic oppression, social disadvantage, and mental health disparities is highly desirable. The faculty member will also be encouraged to utilize assessment and intervention resources at the Dean-Hope Center, the Teachers College student training clinic particularly to strengthen community outreach and build a program of community-based research. Applicants should have a PhD from an APA accredited clinical psychology program. The clinical program highly values a diverse intellectual community and we strongly encourage applications from all underrepresented groups.