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IT Security Ops Engineer - CCTI Medicine Medical Center
The Information Security Operations Engineer (ISOE) is responsible for identifying, evaluating, and promptly responding to information security incidents at the Columbia Center for Translational Immunology (CCTI).
Administrative Assistant School of International and Public Affairs Morningside
Reporting to the Network Manager, the incumbent provides comprehensive administrative support to SIPA's Office of Information Technology and coordinates the day-to-day operations of the SIPA computer labs.
Associate Director of Admissions Operations School of International and Public Affairs Morningside
Reporting to the Executive Director of Admissions and Financial Aid at the Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA), the Associate Director plays a key role in managing the administrative and technical functions of the office. The incumbent works closely with the Executive Director to develop policies and procedures related to SIPA’s admissions operations. They also work closely with the Executive Director to uphold and strengthen the integrity of the admissions process flow from application through enrollment for SIPA’s programs. The Associate Director will gather and analyze data and research. Along with the Assistant Director, Systems, the incumbent serves as an administrator for various Admissions Office systems, This position is a key decision-maker for the Office of Admissions and will involve long-term strategic thinking and planning as well as key oversight of the Slate CRM system. The Associate Director of Admissions Operations also assists with application reading.
Secretary A CUIMC Student Health Services Medical Center
The Secretary will provide administrative support for the daily activities of the Student Health and Counseling Services. Responsibilities include greeting students/patients, scheduling mental health appointments, copying confidential medical information, answering phones, and organizing and maintaining office supplies. The Secretary will also be required to cross cover with other administrative staff, including the Administrative Assistant in the Mental Health and Medical Services Front Desk area. Performs other duties as required
Financial Assistant Columbia College Morningside
The Roger Lehecka Double Discovery Center (DDC) at Columbia College works with low-income and first-generation college bound youth between the ages of 12 and 27 to ensure their high school graduation, college access & enrollment, and college persistence and completion to support productive transition into responsible adulthood. The incumbent, under guidance from the Associate Director, will assist in the daily financial and operational activities of The Double Discovery Center. This position reports to the Associate Director.
Administration and Planning Coordinator Columbia College Morningside
The Center for Career Education (CCE) helps undergraduate students and alumni develop the key competencies necessary to make informed decisions and take the necessary steps to achieve their career goals. The Center establishes connections and facilitates interaction among students, alumni, employers, and organizations to generate opportunities that help students pursue their personal and professional objectives. CCE serves undergraduate students and alumni in Columbia College, The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science and the School of General Studies and collaborates with the career centers in the other schools at Columbia University and its affiliate institutions. Reporting to the Director of Operations, the Administration & Planning Coordinator will provide a wide range of financial, administrative and logistical support to the Center for Career Education’s daily operations. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, working in a team-based environment to support students, employers, and alumni daily with high volume walk-in, email and phone traffic. This position supports the daily operations and financial management of the Administration & Planning and the Employer Relations units and provides a wide range of administrative support for the Center overall.
Program Coordinator, Healing Communities Study (HCS) School of Social Work Morningside
The HEALing Communities Study (HCS) is a research study aimed at reducing opioid and overdose deaths across New York State by 40% in three years. The Social Intervention Group (SIG) in the School of Social Work at Columbia University develops and implements evidence-based sustainable solutions to emerging health and social issues affecting diverse populations domestically and globally and is training the next generation of scientists from underrepresented affected communities to address these issues. The Program Coordinator will support the Healing Communities Study (HCS) in developing and implementing several projects, providing administrative, communications, operational and logistical support. In addition, they will participate and collaborate with the Senior Project Director and other program staff in the development and implementation of county and other project activities as required by the study as they arise.
Associate Director of Human Resources Office of the Provost Morningside
Reporting to the Director of Finance and Administration, with secondary report to the Senior Vice Provost, the Associate Director works closely with the Director and the Senior Vice Provost to accomplish the human resources objectives for the Office of the Provost and exemplifies a proactive, customer-centered HR philosophy. The Associate Director provides guidance, advice and consultation to Office of the Provost Managers, employees and its affiliated reporting units, covering a broad range of human resources policies and procedures. S/he represents the Office of the Provost at University HR forums and events and remains fluent and in compliance with all University trainings relevant to Columbia infrastructure.
Medical Education Coordinator Obstetrics and Gynecology Medical Center
The Medical Education Coordinator reports directly to the Medical Education Manager and will assist in managing, coordinating, and supporting the educational programs and related initiatives for Residents and Medical Students in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. This position serves as a point of contact to students, prospective students, and faculty on matters related to course management and enrollment, program requirements, policies and procedures, scheduling and rotation issues and other administrative matters.
Administrative Coordinator Division of Academics Medical Center
Reporting to the Program Manager, the Administrative Coordinator will be responsible for implementing various administrative tasks relating to the day-to-day operations of the Columbia University School of Nursing’s master’s programs by providing a variety of advanced administrative, confidential and technical responsibilities.
Technician A Pathology and Cell Biology Medical Center
The Department of Pathology and Cell Biology is seeking a bright and highly motivated candidate to join their team. They would be helping to support and assist with the proper functioning of the laboratory.
Global Program Coordinator Division of Scholarship & Rsch Medical Center
Reporting to the Director of the Global Health Division, the Global Program Coordinator will support the Division of Global Health and its two offices and their respective deans: Office of Global Health Research and the Global Initiatives at Columbia University School of Nursing. The Coordinator will play a key role in maximizing the efficiency and effectiveness of global activities which includes student-related programs, global health research administration, and coordinating the scholarly visitor process at the School by assisting in streamlining workflow and communications.
Technician B Institute for Cancer Genetics Medical Center
The Chio lab at Columbia University’s Institute for Cancer Genetics has an opportunity for full-time Technician B position. The Chio laboratory carries out pioneering research on the mechanisms of pancreatic cancer initiation, progression and metastasis. Our group uses sophisticated genetically engineered mouse models and 3D cultures generated from patient-derived tissues. Using these models, we employ optical redox sensors, chemical proteomics, Single-Cell sequencing, and metabolomic approaches to elucidate the mechanisms of redox metabolism in pancreatic tumorigenesis (Boj, Chio et al., Cell, 2015; Chio et al., Cell, 2016; Chan et al. Nat Comms, 2019). More information about the Chio lab can be found here:
Thesis Production Manager School of the Arts Morningside
In consultation with Director of Production, the Thesis Production Manager supervises and coordinates production and technical elements for all Thesis productions produced by the Theatre Program.
Director, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (Hybrid Schedule) Columbia World Projects Manhattanville
Columbia Global seeks a Director of Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) to develop and implement frameworks and tools to systemically monitor and evaluate strategic and organizational initiatives as well as domestic and international programming in support of continuous learning and improvement.
Project Officer (Hybrid Schedule) Columbia World Projects Manhattanville
Columbia Global seeks a dynamic and innovative Project Officer to support the activities and development of discrete Columbia Global projects. The position reports to and works closely with the Executive Vice President of Columbia Global. The incumbent will work independently and collaboratively on matters of research, analysis, coordination, development of programming and administration and support all phases of project work from design to launch and implementation.
Grants Financial Manager - General Medicine Medicine Medical Center
Reporting to the Divisional Administrator and collaborating closely with Sr. Grants Manager(s) the candidate will be responsible predominantly for pre/post-award management in the Division of General Medicine.
Assistant Director, Alumni and Corporate Relations in Development & Alumni Relations Columbia Business School Manhattanville
Reporting to the Director of Alumni Engagement and Programs, the Assistant Director is responsible for working with the Alumni and Corporate Relations team on events and programming. The position requires cross-training to support the functions and budgets of the Alumni Relations, and Corporate Relations team as needed. This individual will meet core and partnership values of teamwork, integrity, accountability, and respect..
Assistant Director, Financial Planning and Analysis Columbia College Morningside
Reporting to the Director of Strategic Financial Planning and Analysis, the Assistant Director contributes to the management and execution of Columbia College’s approximate $380 million operating budget by providing a wide range of analytical support. The individual works closely with the Director of Strategic Financial Planning and Analysis and the Executive Director of Finance to assemble the College’s annual budget and to monitor the budget on a routine basis. In addition, the Assistant Director may assist with the financial administration for a specific unit or set of financial activities within the College.
Project Coordinator Neurology Medical Center
The Department of Neurology at the Columbia University Irving Medical Center is currently seeking a Project Coordinator.

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