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Certification Workshop Developer and Presenter New York
The Office of Teacher Education seeks a presenter facilitate workshops on the topics of Child Abuse Identification and School Violence Prevention at Teachers College for students seeking New York State teaching certification. The candidate will be responsible for designing and implementing interactive activities using a syllabus provided by New York State. Responsibilities include developing a deep understanding of state workshop requirements regarding Child Abuse and School Violence Prevention, revise and in some cases design workshop materials that are aligned with the state curriculum, and present interactive workshops multiple times during a semester on WEEKENDS. Workshops currently take place via Zoom but may shift to an in person format in the future.
Digital Marketing Manager New York
Reporting to the Associate Director of Digital Marketing, the Digital Marketing Manager is an integral part of the Enrollment Marketing and Communications team. This individual will contribute in three key areas: web, digital advertising, and marketing analytics. They will devote particular focus to supporting the launch and maintenance of TC’s emerging online portfolio of programs.
Fieldwork Coordinator in Counseling and Clinical Psychology New York
The Fieldwork Coordinator in Counseling and Clinical Psychology establishes and maintains affiliations between TC and the clinical training sites where students practice, including both mental health and school-based sites.
CPRE Research Assistant New York
The Consortium for Policy Research in Education (CPRE) at Teachers College, Columbia University is seeking a part-time research assistant to support ongoing research. The research assistant contributes to and provides intellectual leadership on design and conduct of CPRE research and development projects. The incumbent will conduct fieldwork for projects; organizes and contributes to the analyses of data; contributes to and writes reports, and disseminates findings through papers, articles, and presentations.
Clinic Secretary New York
Represent the Clinic and Program by receiving clients and visitors in a professional and friendly manner; Answering telephone calls; delivering telephone messages efficiently to and from clients and other professionals; Replying to telephone and e-mail messages in a timely, professional and friendly manner; Communicate with the general public when inquiries are submitted regarding clinical services; In collaboration with Diagnostic Coordinator, scheduling of new client evaluations, including the collection of intake forms, creation of charts for new clients, and provide any information regarding the diagnostic appointment; Maintain scheduling of clients, clinicians, and students for both evaluation and treatment; Create Clinic schedule of clients, based on assignments per student/supervisor; Complete direct client billing; monitoring accounts receivables, and initiating payment reminders; Maintain client charts and student charts; Maintain client and student confidence and protects operations by keeping all information confidential per federal and state guidelines (e.g, HIPAA, FERPA); Assist the Clinic Director with written communication to clients, students, off-campus supervisors, and off-site facilities; Maintain communication with outside departments (e.g., facilities, CIS) as needed for efficient operation of the Clinic; Assist with the maintenance of the Clinic and student room (e.g., cleanliness, neatness, room organization); Maintain office supplies and inventory by checking stock; anticipating needs; placing and expediting orders; and verifying receipt; Maintain accurate records of revenues and expenses of Clinic’s transactions; Receive and distributes Clinic mail on a daily basis; Attend meetings and records meeting minutes as needed; Willingness to attend workshops and training to keep up to date with changes in regulations and policies;
Organization Development Coordinator New York
The Office of Executive Education Programs in Change and Consultation in the Department of Organization and Leadership is seeking a part-time Organization Development Coordinator (ODC) who will be responsible for coordinating and assisting with all administrative aspects of the Executive Master’s Program in Change Leadership (XMA). The position reports to the Associate Director.
Hollingworth Science Camp Assistant Teacher New York
Assist program director with all aspects of running a month-long day camp for 200 children ages 6-11 years old.
Hollingworth Science Camp Head Teacher New York
Shared responsibility between co-heads for all aspects of teaching a group of elementary-aged children for the duration of the camp
Hollingworth Science Camp Administrative Assistant New York
Assist program director with all aspects of running a month-long day camp for 200 children ages 6-11 years old.
Assistant Director of Data and Operations, TC NEXT New York
The career services office, TC NEXT at Teacher College, Columbia University, is seeking an Assistant Director of Data and Operations who will be responsible for managing office-wide operations, data management, and the office’s digital platforms.
Public Safety Officer/Security Officer II New York
.This position announcement is for a uniformed Public Safety Officer, with Fire Safety Director Certification, or the ability to obtain Fire Safety Director Certification, providing safety and security services to the Teachers College Community. Days and shift hours of work vary.
Payroll Account Clerk New York
Teachers College, Columbia University is seeking a Payroll Account Clerk who will assist with duties related to payroll processing, including, but not limited to, issuances, employee information, and related data entry, maintaining and updating payroll records, investigating and resolving payroll discrepancies, and other related requirements.
Financial Aid Counselor New York
The Office of Financial Aid at Teachers College Columbia University is seeking a Financial Aid Counselor who will administer the College’s Federal Work-Study Program. The incumbent will assist in counseling students on financial aid decisions, policies and procedures, and financing options.
Director, Office of International Students & Scholars New York
The Office of International Students and Scholars at Teachers College, Columbia University is seeking a Director who will lead the team responsible for immigration advising and support of international students and scholars. Reporting to the Vice Provost for Academic Planning and Global Affairs, the Director of the Office for International Students and Scholars will be responsible for implementing and overseeing all related services and support which includes but is not limited to planning, collaborating, and coordinating activities within the office’s overall scope. The Director will also be responsible for interpreting, establishing and disseminating institutional policies and procedures in accordance with federal regulations, serving as the College’s expert on policies relating to F-1 students and J-1 exchange visitors, and supporting the College’s ongoing development of international student pathways and engagement.
Senior Field Experience Logistics Manager New York
The Senior Field Experience Logistics Manager will support the Associate Director specializing in Field Support Services in the management of all field experience logistics. These logistics include processes for student teachers entering placements as well as requirements for New York State teacher certification. This individual will play a key team role within the Office of Teacher Education and will work closely with staff across the office.

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