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Coordinator for the Public Interest/Public Service (PI/PS) Fellows Program School of Law Morningside
The Coordinator for the Public Interest/Public Service (PI/PS) Fellows Program has primary responsibility for supporting Social Justice Initiatives’ PI/PS Fellows Program. Under the direction of the Director of the PI/PS Fellows Program, the incumbent will provide administrative and logistical support for PI/PS Fellows programming and events, coordinate a variety of PI/PS Fellows projects and initiatives, assist during the admissions phase of the program and ensure compliance with program requirements. The incumbent is an important point of access for PI/PS Fellows, the Law School community and outside organizations that seek information about these matters.
Assistant Director of 1L Professional Development Advising School of Law Morningside
The Assistant Director of 1L Professional Development Advising has hands-on responsibility for the management, implementation and evaluation of a comprehensive professional development program for first year (1L) Columbia Law School students that aligns the use of the 1L summer experience in preparing them for their medium and long-term career goals. The incumbent will collaborate closely with counselors in SJI and OCS with respect to all aspects of the 1L professional development curriculum, including career advising, programming, curricular advising related to career goals, and the development of written resources and publications. This position jointly reports to the Deans for SJI and OCS.
Associate Director of Admissions School of Law Morningside
Reports directly to the Director of Admissions for the Juris Doctor (J.D.) program, and works with the Director and Dean of Admissions to develop and implement marketing strategies and other goals with aim of successfully recruiting impressive students from a highly selective pool of applicants worldwide.
Admissions Assistant School of Law Morningside
Reporting to the Director of Admissions, the Admissions Assistant serves as the primary receptionist for the Admissions Office.
Admissions and Enrollment Administrator School of Law Morningside
Reports directly to the Dean of Admissions for the Juris Doctor (J.D.) Office of Admissions, one of the most highly selective law school admissions programs in the country, and works closely with colleagues throughout law school administration.
Associate Director of Annual Giving, Development and Alumni Relations School of Law Morningside
Reporting to the Senior Director of Individual Giving, the incumbent is expected to be a highly energetic professional with the ability to engage donors, work with volunteers and solicit gifts. Job duties include identification, cultivation, solicitation, and closure of gifts in the $2,500 to $50,000 range and to meet the fundraising goals and objectives established for the Law School. S/he will work closely and collaboratively with the entire Development and Alumni Relations team to assure that fund-raising opportunities are maximized. Columbia Law School is among the top legal academic institutions in the world.
Coordinator, Faculty Support School of Law Morningside
Reporting to the Pool Supervisor, the incumbent provides general programmatic, administrative and secretarial support to Law School faculty, centers and programs.
Systems and Communications Manager School of Law Morningside
Reporting to the Director of Operations for Professional, Executive, and Graduate Programs (“OPEG”), the incumbent will assume a leadership role re-formulating and implementing the communications and technological strategy for the departments under the oversight of OPEG: Office of Career Services (OCS), Social Justice Initiatives (SJI), Office of Judicial Clerkships (OJC), Office of Graduate Degree Programs (OGP), and Executive Education. The incumbent will be responsible for managing all recruiting and student engagement databases used by students, staff, and employers, including, but not limited to, Symplicity, FloRecruit, and CampusGroups, and will act as a liaison between the Law School’s IT Department, Communications department, other student service offices, as well as outside vendors and application developers. In the near-term, the incumbent will also work with Director of Career Advising and Professional Development in OCS, manage the OCS website and write, design, source and edit content for OCS’s online portals. The incumbent will also work closely with other OPEG Officers and the Law School’s Communications and Information Technology departments on various projects and initiatives.
Associate Director, Reunion Class Giving School of Law Morningside
Reporting to the Director of Individual Giving, the Associate Director of Reunion Class Giving is the team leader for all aspects of reunion year fundraising encompassing over 4,000 reunion prospects annually. The Associate Director builds and helps manage up to 5 volunteer committees, works closely with senior staff, annual giving and the major gifts team, and will personally solicit and close gifts to meet comprehensive Reunion Fundraising goals of $5 million to $10 million annually and 25% to 30% reunion alumni participation.
Director for the Reuben Mark Initiative and the J.D./MBA Programs School of Law Morningside
Reporting to, and working closely with, the Faculty Director for the Reuben Mark Initiative for Organizational Character and Leadership and the Associate Dean of Admissions, the Director will be responsible for strategic development, planning, execution, and administrative oversight of both the Reuben Mark Initiative for Organizational Character and Leadership and the J.D./MBA Programs. This is a two year termed position and may be renewed based on funding availability.
Assistant Director of Alumni Relations School of Law Morningside
Reporting to and working closely with the Director of Alumni Relations in consultation with the Executive Director of Alumni Relations and Special Events, the Assistant Director manages critical aspects of Reunion-related and other major alumni (virtual and in-person) events. Specifically, the incumbent manages multiple and complex vendor bookings and relationships; comprehensive contract submissions, negotiations and payments; coordination with University business/purchasing departments and vendor legal teams; tracking and execution of payments; expense reports against budgets. Incumbent assists with high-level event logistics planning and arrangements; manages ongoing updating of the Reunion website pages; coordinates with supervisor to manage prominent faculty and alumni speaker recruitment and stewardship for Reunion programming; manages Reunion and Events master inventory and materials, large-scale orders and on-site distribution; coordinates Reunion-related printed and electronic pieces with Communications and print services.
Director of Alumni Relations School of Law Morningside
Reporting to the Executive Director of Alumni Relations and Special events, the Director of Alumni Relations is responsible for overseeing the planning and execution of multiple events and projects that strategically advance the goals of the Campaign and of the school to help in building engagement among new alumni, prospects, and potential donors, and strengthening the existing bonds of those already involved. The incumbent monitors the alumni relations area’s budget and ROI against above goals and supervises the alumni relations staff’s expenditures across the range of events (both virtual and in-person), programming and projects.
Program Manager School of Law Morningside
Reporting to the Associate Director, Faculty Support, the Program Manager leads operational and programmatic support efforts for multiple research centers and programs at Columbia Law School. The incumbent conducts research and advises faculty directors; plans and manages complex travel arrangements and highly visible events; manages websites and publicity efforts; oversees the selection process for student fellows; and monitors programmatic budgets.
Program Coordinator School of Law Morningside
Reporting to the Dean of Career Services and Director of J.D. Career Advising and Professional Development, the Program Coordinator will be responsible for assisting in: the implementation and execution of all Office of Career Services (OCS) programs and events; entering data related to all surveys and reports the office is required to complete; posting all job openings, employer announcements and events; processing all payments received by the office; and tracking employer activities on campus and managing the office calendar. The Program Coordinator will also serve as the front office liaison for the Career Services office.
Program Coordinator for Private Sector Recruitment, Career Services School of Law Morningside
The Program Coordinator for Private Sector Recruitment is responsible assisting with the administration of all interviews programs operated by the Law School. The Program Coordinator for Private Sector Recruitment reports to the Senior Associate Director of Recruiting.
Assistant Director, Externship, Legal Writing, and Moot Court Programs School of Law Morningside
The Assistant Director bears primary responsibility for the administration of the Law School’s Externship, Legal Writing, and Moot Court Programs, three facets of the school’s broader Experiential Learning Program. This position will assist with a variety of projects aimed at strengthening the operation of the Programs and serve as a primary point of contact for students, Law School administrators, and instructors in the Programs. The position reports to the Director of Externships and Field-Based Learning and the Director of Legal Writing and Moot Court Programs.
Director of Externships and Field-Based Learning School of Law Morningside
We seek a dynamic and creative educator to ensure that Columbia Law School’s externships and other field-based learning opportunities are of consistently high quality, further the Law School’s strategic vision, and respond to student interests and community needs.
Executive Assistant & Office Manager, Dean's Office School of Law Morningside
The Executive Assistant & Office Manager is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the Dean’s Office at Columbia Law School, as well as for providing highly confidential executive-level support to the Dean, Associate Dean, and other members of the Dean’s Office team. Reporting to the Associate Dean for Planning, Communications, and Faculty Affairs, the Executive Assistant & Office Manager serves as the first point of contact for a range of stakeholders, both internal and external; manages the operations of multiple faculty committees; and monitors and reconciles the Dean’s Office budget.
Assistant Director (Development Services) School of Law Morningside
Reporting to the Director of Development Services, the Assistant Director is responsible for processing gifts and maintaining the department’s fundraising database (Raiser’s Edge NXT), including imputing gifts and biographical updates.
Admissions Assistant School of Law Morningside
Reporting to the Director of Admissions, the Admissions Assistant aids with various duties pertaining to the daily operation of the office, which serves over 8,000 applicants to the Law School each year.

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