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CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

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Exec Director-Accounts Payable Procurement Services Manhattanville
Reporting to the Vice President for Procurement Services, the Executive Director for Accounts Payable is responsible for day – to – day oversight of the processing of approximately 500,000 transactions annually, including vendor payments, check requests, expense reimbursements for faculty and staff, petty cash replenishments, patient refunds, and the University Card Programs.
Instructional Support Assistant School of Professional Studies Morningside
The Instructional Support Assistant will execute administrative and logistical management to Academic Directors, faculty, and students at the School of Professional Studies.
Financial Analyst Columbia World Projects Manhattanville
Reporting to the Budget Manager for Projects, the Financial Analyst is responsible for supporting the day to day financial operations of launched CWP projects. Working closely with the Budget Manager and members of the Projects team, the Financial Analyst will assist in assuring that all activities related to launched projects adhere to University policy, and are compliant with Federal policy and law.
Project Manager Columbia World Projects Manhattanville
The Project Manager will serve as a member of the Project Management team focused on supporting the implementation of CWP projects. The Project Manager will report to the Director, Project Management and work with the team to maintain productive and professional work relationships with project partners, professors and teams, and to effectively manage projects so as to maximize their impact.
Associate Director, Project Development Columbia World Projects Manhattanville
The Associate Director, Project Development will serve as a key member of CWP’s Projects Team, managing a range of programmatic and administrative activities, and working with senior staff across CWP and faculty from schools and departments across the University in order to facilitate the development of the projects that come under the auspices of CWP. The incumbent will report to the Director, Project Development, and work closely with the Project Officer, Project Development, to support project teams of faculty and external partners in designing projects that can achieve measurable impact on people’s lives.
Technician A Pathology and Cell Biology Medical Center
Anatomic Pathology is looking for a candidate that can assist in their busy Histology lab. This position requires some heavy lifting and inventory of supplies and other related duties pertaining to the laboratory's proper functioning.
Short-Term Casual Pediatrics Medical Center
The Department of Pediatrics is seeking a Short-Term Casual to fill a part time position in the Division of Child and Adolescent Health. Columbia University Medical Center’s Department of Pediatrics is a world leader in providing care for children. Our mission areas include Healthcare, Education and Research.
Project Coordinator II Center for Infection and Immunity Medical Center
The Center for Infection and Immunity (CII) is seeking a Project Coordinator II to support research programs in myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome, Gulf War Illness, and long term consequences of COVID-19. The Project Coordinator will work independently under the general direction of the Principal Investigator (PI) and senior management to oversee the operation of both clinical and basic research studies, including the initiation, execution, management, and coordination of research protocols comprising the collection of biological samples and survey data. The incumbent’s duties include general project management and coordination, data/sample management, regular reporting of findings and results, and strategic planning and execution of study-related activities. S/he/they will also assist with regular communication and engagement with a network of researchers, clinicians, data scientists, patients, community members, and advocates; and will actively interface with these groups to translate the work and disseminate project results and findings. S/he/they will ensure regulatory compliance (e.g. MTA, IRB, IACUC, import/export permits) associated with Center projects and will gather and submit all information required for regulatory compliance submissions and approvals.
Research Staff Assistant Zuckerman Institute Manhattanville
The Zuckerman Institute at Columbia University is seeking a highly motivated individual to serve as a Research Staff Assistant working in our ICM Vivarium Facility located in the Jerome L. Green Science Center.  The Research Staff Assistant will report to the Operations Lead and will be responsible for providing husbandry support to the Institute.
Research Staff Assistant Zuckerman Institute Manhattanville
The Zuckerman Institute at Columbia University is seeking a highly motivated individual to serve as a Research Staff Assistant working in our ICM Vivarium Facility located in the Jerome L. Green Science Center. The Research Staff Assistant will report to the Operations Lead and will be responsible for providing husbandry support to the Institute.
Research Staff Assistant Zuckerman Institute Manhattanville
The Zuckerman Institute at Columbia University is seeking a highly motivated individual to serve as a Research Staff Assistant working in our ICM Vivarium Facility located in the Jerome L. Green Science Center. The Research Staff Assistant will report to the Operations Lead and will be responsible for providing husbandry support to the Institute.
Physician Assistant Emergency Medicine Medical Center
The Department of Emergency Medicine is seeking a Physician Assistant to service the Emergency Medicine Services at Columbia University Irving Medical Center, and/or Allen Hospital.
Neurovascular Doppler Coord Neurology Medical Center
The Department of Neurology at the Columbia University Irving Medical Center is currently seeking a Neurovascular Doppler Coordinator.
Driver ICAP at Columbia Medical Center
The Driver will be responsible of the safe and timely transportation of study staff for the performance of outreach activities, the proper running and maintenance of the vehicle, and the timely installation, safe use of tents and related equipment. The driver must be a reliable member of the study team with outstanding routing and directional skills as well as punctuality.
Program Manager Columbia Business School Morningside
Reporting to the Managing Director of the Tamer Center for Social Enterprise, and working closely with the Center’s faculty, staff and students, the Program Manager is responsible for managing the Tamer Fund for Social Ventures, including liaising with social venture teams, the Center’s network of mentors and advisors, social venture incubators, alumni, investment board members, impact investors, and relevant groups across campus. The Program Manager will play an active role in planning and executing social entrepreneurship programming for the Columbia University community, and for the Center’s advisor and mentor network. This person will also assist with managing the Climate Change and Business Program and social enterprise courses, working with Center and School staff and faculty members.
Clinical Coordinator II/RN Obstetrics and Gynecology Medical Center
The Clinical Coordinator / RN will assist physicians in all treatments and procedures, perform preoperative patient interviews and assessments including pre-op instructions, post-operative patient care and instructions, prepare and administer prescribed medications and treatment in accordance with standards.
Head of Operations in the Executive Education Department Columbia Business School Morningside
The Head of Operations is a part of senior leadership within Columbia Business School’s Executive Education, reporting jointly to the Vice Dean and the Senior Associate Dean of the department. This position will be responsible for the production of all in person, live online, and asynchronous programming. The Head of Operations will supervise a team and manage the daily operation of the department to insure an operating environment that allows for the success, efficient, and fluid execution of department goals as set forth by the Dean of the Business School and department leadership. While directly overseeing the internal departments of finance, program operations, and online delivery, the Head of Operations will work collaboratively with the Head of Marketing and Sales, in regards to strategy and implementation. The position will also be required to work across business school departments and will need strong relationships with Financial Planning Office, Human Resources, CUIT, and ITG. This position will work collectively with the senior leadership team to develop the company’s vision, goals and growth strategies. This position will be responsible for overseeing all administrative needs of the department, while keeping a continuous monitor of departmental culture, staffing needs, performance management, development and mentorship in order to maximize talent and meet the demands of the department. This individual ensures that Columbia Business School Executive Education is at the forefront of its field in program design and delivery, in participant experience, and in subsequent engagement between participants and the School.
Grants Finance Manager P&S Vice Dean For Research Medical Center
The Grants Finance Manager will be responsible for managing an independent sponsored award portfolio for faculty members with a wide range of research projects.
Technician A Surgery Medical Center
The Division of Surgical Science Surgery seeks to recruit a highly motivated Technician A. The incumbent will assist in the start-up, conduct, and completion of research trials. This will include gathering data, consenting patients, following research protocols, statistical analysis and drafting of finalized reports and manuscripts. The Technician will receive training from the Clinical Research Core and work directly with Principal Investigators and other entities as needed for the research protocols.
Clinical Research Coordinator Surgery Medical Center
The Clinical Research Core in the Department of Surgery is seeking an individual for the position of Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) who will report directly to the Pediatric Cardiology Principal Investigator and the Associate Director of Clinical Trials. For this full-time position, we seek a person with strong organizational, multi-tasking, time management, communication, and team skills to join our team in the assessment of outcomes, value of care, and health inequities for children for congenital heart disease.

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