COVID-19

Columbia University requires evidence of COVID-19 vaccination for all Faculty, Staff and Students. Religious and medical exemptions will be provided in accordance with applicable federal and state laws.

CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

Search for staff jobs. You will create a profile with your first application submission. Questions? Ask HR.

Position School/Department Location
Digital Strategist Mailman School of Public Health Administration Medical Center
The Digital Strategist is the creative and lead contributor to the Mailman School’s social media communications. The Strategist has experience in social storytelling, has a bold understanding of digital content, and can translate familiarity of the School into compelling stories for the School’s social media properties, media, and other communications vehicles at Columbia University Medical Center and Columbia University. The Strategist thrives in a fast­paced environment and enjoys using web technologies to achieve business growth goals.
Coordinator English and Comparative Literature Morningside
Reporting to the Director of Academic Administration and Finance (DAAF) and the Director of Graduate Studies (DGS), the incumbent provides day-to-day administrative and operational support for all aspects of the Ph.D. and M.A. programs in the Department of English and Comparative Literature.
Assistant Director for Alumni and Development Programs Office of Alumni & Development Morningside
This position reports directly to the Deputy Vice President for Alumni and Development Programs.
Grants Manager Dept of Biological Sciences Morningside
Reporting to the Director of Academic Affairs and Finance, the Grants Manager assists the Department of Biological Sciences in all aspects of the pre-award and post award processes for sponsored projects.
Data Coordinator Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center Other US Locations
The Data Coordinator manages and reconciles data for clinical trials conducted through the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center, CPDM office. This position reports to directly to the Clinical Research Manager of the specific disease site this incumbent is assigned to.
Clinical Research Manager Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center Medical Center
The candidate will be an integral member of the senior leadership team within the Clinical Protocol & Data Management (CPDM) Office of the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center (HICCC). Responsibilities include but are not limited to: coordinating the data management activities of the CPDM while providing supervision and delegation of work assignments and evaluation of the CPDM Clinical Research Coordinators (CRCs) and Data Coordinators(DCs); creating and promoting professional development opportunities (both internally and externally) for staff; implementing processes and that improve, streamline, and stimulate the work environment; continually assessing trial complexity/workload and resource allocation to ensure patient safety and clinical research excellence; ensuring and promoting positive relationships and outcomes with private industry and other external agencies. The Clinical Research Manager reports directly to the Clinical Research Program Manager.
Research Associate I Ophthalmology Manhattanville
The Department of Ophthalmology is seeking a Research Associate to work in a dynamic experimental genetics laboratory at Columbia University with duties at the Manhattanville campus. The laboratory focuses on the genetics, pathophysiology, and neurobiology of glaucoma in the context of metabolism and aging. The research associate will gain experience in areas including mammalian genetics, neuroscience, molecular biology, and physiology. The position can be viewed as stepping-stone to further education or longer term depending on the candidate, with previous incumbents having continued to top medical and PhD programs. Applicant must be a highly motivated, self-starter with preference for proven meticulous laboratory habits. The specific mix of activities will depend on the incumbent with the long-term possibility to learn a variety of experimental techniques.
Research Aide Ophthalmology Manhattanville
The Department of Ophthalmology is seeking a Research Aide to work in a dynamic experimental genetics laboratory at Columbia University with duties at the Manhattanville campus. The laboratory focuses on the genetics, pathophysiology, and neurobiology of glaucoma in the context of metabolism and aging. Glaucoma is a common ocular disease involving harmfully high pressure inside the eye and neural degeneration in the optic nerve and retina. The research aide will gain exposure and training in areas including mammalian genetics, neuroscience, molecular biology, and physiology. Applicant must be an enthusiastic, dedicated, highly motivated, self-starter with preference for proven meticulous laboratory habits. The specific mix of activities will depend on the incumbent with the long-term possibility to learn a variety of experimental techniques. This position is available immediately. Applicants should submit a cover letter indicating their interest and at least two but ideally three faculty level referees. For more information about our work visit: https://www.simonjohnlab.org/
Onc Res Nurse Practitioner Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center Medical Center
The Oncology Research Nurse Practitioner is an Adult Nurse Practitioner who manages the direct care of patients enrolled in clinical trials within the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center at Columbia University Medical Center.
Clinical Research Coordinator Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center Medical Center
The Clinical Research Coordinator manages clinical trials (including some regulatory and budget requirements) and assists in the coordination of tests/visits for patients, working with the study team to maximize work efficiency to gather all required data and relevant clinical information.
Clinical Care Coordinator (Population Health) Faculty Practice Organization Other NYC Locations
Working in collaboration with the population health team, the Clinical Care Coordinator (Population Health) is responsible for coordinating and integrating high-quality, cost-effective care delivered to patients across an episode of illness or throughout the entire continuum of health care delivery. The Clinical Care Coordinator (Population Health) will adopt ColumbiaDoctors’ care coordination process and workflow to achieve improved health outcomes for populations.
Non-Student Short-term Casual ICAP at Columbia Medical Center
The Research Assistant will work at ICAP in a study of HIV prevention among Black, Latino, and Caribbean sexual minority men using social network analysis. They will conduct 1) outreach to recruit participants, 2) Zoom interviews with study participants, 3) transcribe qualitative data, 4) survey design, and assist the Principal Investigator in other research activities as needed.
Dental Receptionist Clinic Medical Center
The Dental Receptionist is responsible for welcoming patients and ensuring that their clinical experience starts and ends
Accounting Manager Faculty Practice Organization Other NYC Locations
Reporting to the Director of Accounting of ColumbiaDoctors Faculty Practice Organization (total budget in excess of $946M), the Accounting Manager will be responsible for analyzing complex financial records and reports in addition to overseeing the Faculty Practice Organization’s accounting operations, regulating and authenticating financial transactions, and maintaining a ledger to ensure the effectiveness and accuracy of all accounting tasks. This position is a hands-on position that is a member of a larger finance team in a fast-growing and changing environment. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter with a focus on getting items completed.
Practice Operations Manager II Ophthalmology Medical Center
Reporting to the Director of Practice Operations, the Practice Operations Manager II is responsible for all aspects of the day-to-day operations for the responsible sites and facilitates efficient and high quality patient care, access and satisfaction.
Program Coordinator Neurology Medical Center
The Phatnani Lab is seeking a Program Coordinator to become an integral part of a diverse and dynamic team. The Program Coordinator will liaise with a cross-functional inter-institutional team of scientific and administrative staff at NYGC and Columbia to coordinate and manage the activities of Phatnani lab’s network of collaborators.
Nurse Practitioner - Cardiology (CICC) Medicine Medical Center
The Nurse Practitioner (NP) will join a team of specialists in the fast-growing field of interventional cardiology. The primary focus will be to see patients in an outpatient setting, often independent from the supervising MD at offsite locations in the five boroughs. The NP will assess patients in clinic to evaluate cardiovascular disease and collaborate with physicians to implement the appropriate treatment plan. The NP will also be instrumental in assisting to develop patient volume and educating potential referring doctors regarding the team’s capabilities.
Administrative Coordinator-Hybrid Schedule IMC Other NYC Locations
Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer and working closely with the Administrative team, the Administrative Coordinator provides proactive, responsive, and effective operational and administrative support and serves as a central resource in the coordination of essential office related administrative matters, while ensuring compliance with operational policies and procedures. Working independently, the Administrative Coordinator exercises judgment, decorum, discretion and confidentiality in their communications with CIMC team members, University administrators, trustees, and external constituents.
Project Coordinator Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center Medical Center
The Project Coordinator will be responsible for the direct oversight of non-interventional specimen collection research projects within the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center at Columbia University Medical Center.
Senior Analyst - MWBE Finance and Administration Morningside
The Senior Analyst is responsible for the data collection process, data integrity, accuracy, and reporting analytics for the Columbia University Facilities and Operations (CUF&O) Minority, Woman and Local (MWL) program related to the Manhattanville Campus construction projects and other CUFO spending. They are responsible for reviewing all MWL reports and analyzing the results for consistency and completeness. The Senior Analyst monitors compliance with the University’s Manhattanville MWL reporting commitments with New York State.

More Jobs 1153

Back to Top