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Special and Digital Collections Library Associate New York
The Gottesman Libraries is seeking a Special and Digital Collection Associate to help the Teachers College community become familiar with library resources and services.
[Admin Fellow] Graduate Fellow, Graduate Student Life and Development, Digital Engagement New York
The Office of Graduate Student Life & Development (GSLD) at Teachers College, Columbia University (TC) encourages students to become familiar with programs and services designed to enhance the graduate student experience at Teachers College. Alongside academic studies in the classroom, TC students have many out-of-class opportunities to engage peers and persons with diverse cultural experiences, to examine new philosophies, to develop new interests and skills, and to prepare for active participation in a rapidly changing global society. The office is seeking a Graduate Fellow for Digital Engagement who will interpret data from the GSLD social media channels, Student Engagement Portal, and MarketingCloud mailings and assist with brainstorming and implementing new strategies in order to best capture the community audience. The Fellow will primarily plan for, create content/campaigns, and promote digital engagement through social media channels, mailings, and our Engagement Portal.
Project Manager New York
Reporting to the Director, Brand and Creative Studio, the Project Manager is responsible for ensuring marketing and communications projects and campaigns within TC Generation within the Office of Institutional Advancement are completed efficiently and on time. The Project Manager manages multiple project related activities which include all phases of development, including information gathering, timeline development, managing deliverables, and final delivery/execution. The role involves interfacing directly with project stakeholders, programs and departments across the College, vendors and others to clearly define project requirements, gather project detail and information, and provide updates. The position will work closely with team members as part of a three-person Brand & Creative Studio team as well as with colleagues across the TC Generation team that also includes Strategic Communications, Digital Campus Infrastructure, and Omnichannel Marketing. The Project Manager will also have the opportunity to work with faculty, staff, and students across the College, as well.
Technical Services Associate New York
The Gottesman Libraries is seeking an Associate to work in technical services areas including course reserves, interlibrary loan, collection maintenance, cataloging, and acquisitions. The Technical Services Associate will help the Teachers College community by participating in specific workflows that enable the discovery, access, and use of print, electronic, and digital collections. We are particularly interested in applicants who are creative problem solvers, enthusiastic team players, and committed to the Teachers College community. Candidates should demonstrate an interest in Gottesman’s collections, and comfortability completing routine tasks with high levels of accuracy and precision. The Technical Services Associate will work in behind-the scenes areas of library operations, including digitization, interlibrary loan, book processing and repair, while supporting course reserves, inventory projects, and circulation. Tasks will include shelf reading, weeding, and shifting; spine label printing, print digitization, preparing material for interlibrary loan shipping and receiving, resolving errors in the library catalog, and book paging. The Associate may participate in special projects related to cataloging, metadata, and linked open data. The library offers a collegial professional environment, with opportunities for library learning in tune with the campus community.
Office Assistant, Certification Workshops (part-time) New York
The Office of Teacher Education is a resource center for students seeking to obtain information, materials and assistance in matters pertaining to student teaching and teacher certification. The office seeks applicants to assist the Associate Director for Field-based Support Services with administrative matters related to NYSED teacher certification workshops that are offered by the Office of Teacher Education via Continuing Professional Studies. Workshops include Detection of Child Abuse and Reporting, Dignity for All Students Act (DASA), and School Violence Prevention and Intervention.
Graduate Assistant (non-operating) Tech & Media New York
Responsibilities: - Design and maintain grant website and set up (including domain and content management) - Think of creative ways to implement ed-tech in the curriculum to support the learning experience (use and understanding of metaverse a huge plus) o research ed-tech tools available at TC and other platforms o investigate best ways to integrate into the Canvas platform o understand and implement new interactive designs to enhance the learning experience - Design, build and maintain social media presence and implement a posting strategy - Provide input for social media advertising campaigns - Respond to all postings on social media channels - Brainstorm new and creative growth strategies for social media, email, blog and video channels - Evaluate emerging social media, review and digital marketing channels and trends. - Identify social media trends and insights - Research how social media can be used for the grant cause in new and creative ways - Creation of short video clips when needed for social or curriculum (understanding of scripting and editing) - Manage all video - Work with internal tech team (DFI, tech support) for enrollments and LMS set up - Provide thought leadership and perspective on all aspects of tech, media, creative on all aspects of the grant - Attendance at Internal Team Meeting on a weekly basis. - Other duties as assigned.
Hollingworth Preschool Office Support New York
Hollingworth Preschool seeks an onsite office associate for 27 hours per week beginning on August 14, 2023 and concluding on August 26, 2024. Hours: Monday through Friday from 8:30 - 1:30 for a total of 25 hours with 2 hours as scheduled. This position will include training and continuous guidance from the director for all tasks. Paid hourly and includes 9 credits of tuition exemption; 3 Fall Term, 3 Spring Term, 3 Summer Term
Special Projects Writer New York
The Special Projects Writer is responsible for developing and writing a broad range of impactful content to support and bolster institutional priorities across Teachers College’s website, publications, events and other multimedia channels.
Student Parent Coordinator (Part-Time) New York
The Office of Graduate Student Life & Development (GSLD) at Teachers College (TC) is seeking a Student-Parent Coordinator who will support community initiatives focusing on student’s sense of belonging to the College through community programming and student organization advisement. This position will serve as the main liaison with our community of students who are parents and implement initiatives, programming and resources to best support our students and their families.
Clinic Secretary New York
The Edward D. Mysak Clinic for Communication Disorders within the Department of Biobehavioral Sciences, is seeking a Clinic Secretary to provide clerical assistance to the daily clinic operations, students, and staff.
Coaching Program Associate New York
The Columbia Coaching Certification Program (3CP) seeks to hire a part-time interim hourly staff member to provide operational and administrative support related to the strategic partnership between the Department of Organization and Leadership at Columbia University’s Teachers College and the Executive Education Division of the Columbia Business School. The Coaching Program provides a 1-year, open-enrollment coaching certification program and custom programs for organizational clients. This position will report primarily to the Coaching Program Manager, with secondary reporting to the Faculty Director and Director of Academic Program Planning. Please note that this position will be expected to execute a subset of responsibilities from each category on a project by project basis.
Internal Communications Manager New York
Reporting to the Director of Executive and Internal Communications, the Internal Communications Manager plays a key role in developing and executing internal strategic communications programs and elevating the institution profile of Teachers College. This position plays a key role in ensuring that internal audiences are well-informed about important updates, priorities, and initiatives of the College, in order to promote engagement, satisfaction, effectiveness and success among faculty, students, and staff. The Internal Communications Manager helps to cultivate internal audiences as ambassadors to build and strengthen TC’s overall brand position and influence. This resourceful, collaborative member of the TC Generation team must have excellent writing, research and communications skills, as well as a good eye for detail, strong organizational skills, and the ability to work well under deadlines.
Assistant or Associate Professor (tenure-track), Adult Learning & Leadership (ALL) New York
The Adult Learning & Leadership (ALL) program is recruiting for an assistant or associate professor (tenure-track) whose research and practice advance the field of adult learning and leadership in diverse, socially complex professional and organizational contexts; during cultural transformations by engaging diverse populations.
PT Classroom Technology Specialist Assistant New York
PT Classroom Technology Specialist Assistant: CTS Provides classroom, event, and videoconferencing support to the TC community. Techs are trained on the proper use of all our Media equipment. They are responsible for the setup, operation, implementation & maintenance of all Media equipment in TCIT inventory: media consoles, media carts, document camera, 360 cameras, console + laptop computers( PCs and Macs), LCD projectors, AV cabling microphones, screens, floor/table microphone stands, audio mixers, closed captioning devices, videoconferencing platforms + conference phones, web cams, USB microphones etc... CTS are responsible for updating all PCs and Macs. CTS also upgrade & update all software loaded on our PCs/Macs. In between assigned scheduled tasks CTS should check with their shift supervisor for additional technical duties that may be delegated.

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