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RA: Research Assistant Bilingual/Bicultural Education New York
The program in Bilingual/Bicultural Education in the Department of Arts and Humanities is seeking a Graduate Research Assistant
FWS: A&HE M.A. Program Assistant New York
The English Education Program seeks a dedicated TC M.A. student who has been awarded work-study
FWS: Social Studies Ed Work Study New York
The Program in Social Studies Education within the Department of Arts & Humanities at Teachers College is looking for a work-study
Interim Mysak Clinic Secretary New York
The Mysak Clinic and Communication Science and Disorders at Teachers College, Columbia University is seeking a Temporary Mysak Clinic Secretary to provide clerical assistance to the Clinic. Reporting to the Clinic Director, the Secretary will be responsible for ensuring the smooth operation of the office operations of the Clinic, including but not limited, to receiving clients and visitors, answering telephone calls, delivering telephone messages efficiently to and from clients and staff.
Director of Enterprise Applications New York
The Director of Enterprise Applications will lead the strategic direction of enterprise applications for Teachers College. They serve as an expert technical resource and key partner for the College regarding ERP systems and related applications, data, and integrations. Working with the CIO, peer IT Directors, school leadership, and both administrative and academic stakeholders, they will be responsible for the overall design, integration, implementation, maintenance, and ongoing improvements of critical applications and related technology. They will direct and implement best practices for development, integration, data standards, master data management, vendor selection and management, as well as being responsible for key academic and business unit outcomes reliant on application technology and integration. They will lead a team of approximately 15 IT professionals of varying levels of experience, requiring effective collaboration within a large and complex organization. They will manage the relationship with key technology partners, vendors, and consultants as well as help manage the entire systems lifecycle from idea proposal to retirement/replacement. This position will work to improve critical administrative and academic outcomes by continuously evaluating and evolving the existing applications portfolio and working collaboratively to define continuous improvement as the needs and opportunities change. This position will also be responsible for evolving the school’s data warehouse, data management strategy, CRM, HCM, SaaS, and business intelligence environments.
Graduate Research Assistant, Digital Marketing & Publicity New York
Professor Amra Sabic-El-Rayess is leading multiple grant projects that will demonstrate how education can be used to prevent targeted violence and hate. Her team has launched several professional training programs aimed at addressing the gap in professional development for educators and students in countering biases as a method to mitigate risks and amplify protective factors against targeted violence and the radicalization of students in U.S. classrooms. Dr. Sabic-El-Rayess is looking for a Graduate Research Assistant to assist in digital marketing, creative design, and social media. The position is dynamic and includes opportunities for career experience and growth. You will be joining a growing team, but will be working directly with Dr. Sabic-El-Rayess.
Associate Director, MD-ICCCR New York
The Morton Deutsch International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution (MD- ICCCR) is seeking a seasoned professional to oversee the operations, staff and interfaces of the dynamic, theory-practice oriented center – which focuses on research and development in constructive conflict, justice and sustaining peace. The Associate Director will participate in the development and strategic planning of its broad research, educational and outreach programming and initiatives. The Associate Director will also liaise with sister conflict resolution and peacebuilding centers and programs, College and Department offices and other external stakeholders to represent the mission, programming and initiatives of the Center.
FWS: Director of Student Senate Operations New York
Teachers College Student Senate is seeking a Director of Student Senate Operations, who must be eligible for federal work study funding (approved via the Teachers College Office of Financial Aid). The Director of Student Senate Operations will provide support on general tasks in support of the Student Senate at-large, the Senate Executive Board, and the Senate Advisor. This position requires a commitment of a minimum of 12-15 hours/week. This position will be hybrid with both remote and in-person needs.
Director of Academic Affairs New York
Reporting to the Associate Provost, the Director of Academic Affairs 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 Associate Provost, manages non-tenure-track faculty appointments and personnel reviews, provides faculty search support training, postdoc workshops and programming, faculty/lecturer annual reports and leaves, honorary appointments, lecturer and adjunct promotions, and faculty leaves. The Director of Academic Affairs maintains databases and mines data to provide insight into enrollment, workload, and academic planning discussions. The director of Academic Affairs is a critical member of the Provost’s leadership team and provides support to new initiatives as reported by the Provost and Associate Provost
Project Manager New York
Department of Health Studies and Applied Educational Psychology is seeking a Project Manager to work with Professor Pam Koch on grant work with the National Institutes of Health.
Statistics Workshop Faciitator New York
Graduate Student Life and Development (GSLD) at Teachers College, Columbia University is seeking a Statistics Workshop Facilitator who will be supporting the Assistant Director of GSLD in academic support workshops. GSLD at Teachers College supports the academic and community experience for over 5,000 graduate students. GSLD is committed to creating an inclusive environment in which all students feel a sense of belonging, agency, and partnership. This begins with their first day at orientation and continues throughout their time at TC through student organization involvement, academic workshops engagement, and other aspects of student life. We are looking for a dynamic and experienced doctoral student or advanced Masters student with facilitating statistics workshop experience, working 8-10 hours per month for the Fall 2023 semester with a potential to continue into Spring 2024.
Public Safety Officer 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. 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. Teamsters Union Local 707 membership required upon hire.
Editorial Assistant New York
Under the supervision of the Editorial Director, the Editorial Assistant will assist acquisitions editorial staff with pre-contractual review and processing of proposals, contract preparation, data management, research support, and collection as needed for sales and marketing review. The position will have limited supervisory responsibility over work-study students, and other administrative duties as assigned
FWS: Federal Work Study New York
Raising Educational Achievement Coalition of Harlem (REACH) is seeking an Expanded Learning Opportunity (ELO) Associate who must be eligible for federal work study funding (approved via the Teachers College Office of Financial Aid). The ELO Associate will provide support on general tasks in support of various departmental functions and projects. This position requires a commitment of a minimum of 10 hours/week.
FWS: A&H Social Media Content Creator New York
The department of Arts and Humanities is seeking a Social Media Content Creator

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