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Research Assistant New York
The National Center for Children and Families at Teachers College, Columbia University aims to advance the development, education, and health of children and families by producing scholarship that informs effective practice and policy. The National Center for Children and Families is seeking a Research Assistant who will support Professor Sharon Lynn Kagan in her roles as a faculty member and co-director, and who will support the overall mission of the Center. The Research Assistant will be responsible for significant editorial, research, writing, and project management work at the behest of the Co-Director and may take on extensive data analyses and organizational responsibilities as needed. The incumbent will be responsible for creating effective presentation materials (e.g., PowerPoints), concise research synopses, informational and organizational briefs (e.g., internal and external memos), conceptual proposals (e.g., for meeting agendas, upcoming webinar sessions, etc.), and updating the NCCF website on a continual basis. The Research Assistant will also support the smooth functioning of the Center; this may include, but is not limited to, performing administrative tasks related to the Co-Directors’ academic courses, research projects, or initiatives and assisting with the planning and coordination of conferences and events. When appropriate, the Research Assistant will more extensively support Dr. Kagan’s teaching of academic courses, including preparation of course content and materials, meeting with students, and co-teaching sessions.
Early Childhood Head Teacher (Preschool) New York
The Rita Gold Center (RGC) at Teachers College, Columbia University is seeking a highly qualified Head Teacher to join our team.
Associate Director for Admission and Enrollment Management New York
40% ● Develop & execute strategies for promoting all four programs sponsored by the Center. ● Work with external partners to develop effective recruitment strategies that target educators who are recognized leaders or who have demonstrated leadership and demonstrated potential for leadership. ● Partner with 11 independent school associations throughout the world to promote & recruit for programs. ● Organize and attend admissions and recruiting events. ● Organize and conduct various webinars & other Zoom recruitment sessions. ● Design and plan off-campus admissions & alumni events. 20% ● Manage admission committee meetings to determine accepted students. ● Liaise and manage relationships with TC Departments. ● Review policies, processes and procedures to identify opportunities to improve the Center's effectiveness and efficiency regarding Admissions, enrollment management, and alumni volunteer management issues. ● Interview applicants who decide not to attend our programs to track their reasons and to identify areas of improvement in our processes. ● Serve as a core member of the administrative team in problem solving, visioning, and helping to shape policy and direction for the organization. ● Negotiate consultant agreements for hotels and site vendors. ● Other services as needed. 20% ● Secure and place students in practicum in schools throughout our independent school network. ● Oversee site sponsors who work with students. ● Support student enrollment needs. 20% ● Manage annual budget for admissions, recruitment, scholarship. ●Determine awards and grant to students. ● Input all students’ scholarship awards in Apex. ● Track awards throughout the duration of the student's time with the Center. ● Collaborate with team on admissions budget, materials, marketing, and targeted communications strategies.
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. Primarily, the research assistant will conduct hands-on coding and data analysis of qualitative and quantitative data collected from multiple impact evaluations under the supervision of a senior research scientist and/or PI. He/she should be familiar with STATA, Atlas.ti, and Qualtrics. The research assistant may also organize data sets, arrange and conduct interviews to gather data, and write reports using both quantitative and qualitative data. This position is on a hybrid schedule. CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Conduct hands-on coding and data analysis Organize data sets Arrange and conduct interviews Write reports Other duties as assigned
Associate Director of Design Education New York
The Associate Director of Design Education’s responsibility is to manage operations for the DFI Gallery and Design Studio. The ideal candidate has an in-depth understanding of visual identity, fostering creativity, and promoting artistic excellence, in addition to ensuring the maintenance of assets and equipment. The candidate must be able to work closely with faculty, students, and administrators to assess the viability of projects and programming within the DFI gallery and design studio. This position requires strong project management skills, technical knowledge of design studio equipment and technology, and the ability to juggle multiple priorities at once.
Lecturer New York
The Program in International and Comparative Education (ICEd) at Teachers College, Columbia University, is seeking a full-time lecturer with a special focus on Families, Communities and Schools. This is a one-year academic appointment (paid over 12 months) with the possibility of renewal for up to three years. The lecturer will teach five courses, provide academic advisement to M.A. students in the ICEd program, carry out program-related work, and be expected to contribute to the overall operations of the program. The candidate will help the program to broaden the notion of education by addressing opportunities and challenges of education in and out of school and across other educational sites (families, communities, (social) media, museum, non-governmental organizations, etc. Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae, names of three professional references (full letters will be requested for shortlisted candidates), and a letter of interest with details regarding how the applicant meets the criteria for the position. Review of applications will begin on May 1 and continue until the search is completed. Applications must be submitted online through Teachers College, Columbia University, Human Resources portal. Questions my be addressed to Professor S. Garnett Russell, Chair of the Search Committee for International and Comparative Education, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York and emailed to Lisa Daehlin, Academic Secretary daehlin@tc.columbia.edu.
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.
Senior Administration Manager New York
The Senior Administration Manager will support the Director of the Office of Teacher Education (OTE) in the management of all office and program administration. This will include hiring and reappointing staff, processing reimbursements, procurement, scholarship allocations and other day-to-day logistical operations of the Office of Teacher Education. This individual will play a key team role within the Office of Teacher Education and will work closely with staff across the office.
Program Manager New York
The Program Manager, in conjunction with faculty members who serve as Program Directors, is responsible for the administrative management of the programs in Education Policy, Politics and Education, and History and Education. This entails continuous communication with the Program Directors and involvement in all aspects of the program including admissions, marketing, recruiting, academic advising, faculty hiring, program management, and financial oversight. This position reports to the Director of Academic Administration.
Instructional Support Associate New York
The Digital Futures Institute (DFI) seems an Instructional Support Associate (ISA) who will assist in the implementation of campus instruction at Teachers College, Columbia University. This position offers the opportunity to contribute to the implementation of face-to-face, online, and hybrid instructional formats.
Visiting Professor of Music and Music Education New York
The Program in Music and Music Education at Teachers College Columbia University invites applications for the position of 2-year Open Rank Visiting Professor of Music and Music Education.
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.
Project Assistant New York
The Community College Research Center (CCRC) at Teachers College, Columbia University, studies community colleges because they provide critical access to postsecondary education and are uniquely positioned to promote equity and social mobility in the United States. Our mission is to conduct research that helps these institutions strengthen opportunities and improve outcomes for their students, particularly those from underserved populations. For information about CCRC’s current research activities, mission and values, please visit ccrc.tc.columbia.edu. CCRC is seeking a full-time Project Assistant to work closely with 1-2 lead researchers and support research teams on activities related to research planning, data collection and analysis, writing, field engagement and dissemination, and fundraising. This position is distinct in that the Project Assistant contributes to the full spectrum of research development and management activities under the mentorship of senior staff while gaining valuable, hands-on experience conducting qualitative research and disseminating findings. It provides a springboard to careers in research or other analytical occupations or to graduate training in education, social sciences, law, and other disciplines. Candidates should be inquisitive, detail-oriented, strong time managers, clear and responsive communicators, and able to work effectively in teams., They should also be committed to continuous learning and improving work processes. This position is ideal for individuals who are considering graduate school but who seek 2-3 years of work experience first. This is a hybrid position based in New York City and requires some travel. Please find the application link at ccrc.tc.columbia.edu/employment and include a cover letter and resume.
Full Time Lecturer - ARAD New York
The Program in Arts Administration in the Department of Arts and Humanities at Teachers College, Columbia University, is seeking a three-year full time Lecturer.
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.

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