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CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

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Senior Project Manager, Knowledge Management Earth Institute Morningside
Reporting to the Director at the National Center for Disaster Preparedness (NCDP), the Senior Project Manager will manage knowledge-based information platforms including the center and project specific websites, such as the RCRC Toolbox, and the Pandemic Resource and Responsive Initiative site, as well as the social media accounts.
ServiceNow Administrator CUIMC IT Medical Center
The ServiceNow Administrator is responsible for the administration, documentation and technical support of the ServiceNow platform. The incumbent should have a fundamental understanding of the ITIL business process and IT service management.
Technician B Taub Inst Res Alzheimers Disease Aging Brain Medical Center
In partnership with the Thompson Family Foundation (TFF), we are hiring a research technician for the New York Brain Bank (NYBB). The TFF is leveraging the existing computational infrastructure and biospecimen resources at Columbia University to aid in the identification and development of new therapies for Alzheimer's disease.
Technician B Pathology and Cell Biology Medical Center
The Department of Pathology & Cell Biology is seeking a talented Technician B. The technician B will provide support to a laboratory studying the neurovascular system in health and disease.
Technician B Taub Inst Res Alzheimers Disease Aging Brain Medical Center
The Taub Institute for Research on Alzheimer’s disease and the Aging Brain is seeking a Technician B to join the laboratory of Dr. S Abid Hussaini in a full-time research position. Our lab is focused on understanding how neuronal populations in the brain are affected by amyloid beta (Aβ) and tau pathology throughout the lifespan. We utilize several lines of transgenic mouse models to achieve our aims and routinely employ in vivo electrophysiology, behavioral testing and chemogenetics in our research
Research Coordinator Division of Scholarship & Rsch Medical Center
Reporting to the Principal Investigator (PI) of multiple NIH- and AHRQ- funded studies, the Research Coordinator will be a core member of a high-performing, fast-paced, productive, and close-knit, but geographically diverse interdisciplinary research team.
Short-Term Casual Epidemiology Medical Center
The Department of Epidemiology at the Mailman School of Public Health seeks a Short Term Casual to assist in analyzing data from a new partnership between the Department of Epidemiology and Otsuka Pharmaceuticals, a large Japanese pharmaceutical company.
Technician B Taub Inst Res Alzheimers Disease Aging Brain Medical Center
A research technician position is available in Dr. Andrew Sproul’s lab in the Taub Institute for Research on Alzheimer’s Disease and the Aging Brain at Columbia University Medical Center.
Short-Term Casual (S-PREP Preceptor) P&S Vice Dean For Education Medical Center
The State Pre-College Enrichment Program (S-PREP) is a free high school and college preparation program for 7th -12th-grade students who reside in New York City and are interested in pursuing a career in medicine or related STEM fields. The long-range objective of the program is to increase the number of underrepresented minority practitioners in healthcare and STEM professions. The program offers academic enrichment courses that are designed to prepare students for success in math and science. The program also offers career development workshops, college counseling services, field trips, and college tours.
Short-Term Casual (S-PREP Program Facilitator) P&S Vice Dean For Education Medical Center
The State Pre-College Enrichment Program (S-PREP) is a free high school and college preparation program for 7th -12th-grade students who reside in New York City and are interested in pursuing a career in medicine or related STEM fields. The long-range objective of the program is to increase the number of underrepresented minority practitioners in healthcare and STEM professions. The program offers academic enrichment courses that are designed to prepare students for success in math and science. The program also offers career development workshops, college counseling services, field trips, and college tours.
Short-Term Casual (SHPEP & MedPrep Preceptor) P&S Vice Dean For Education Medical Center
SHPEP and MedPrep Preceptors will lead pre-health science courses for class sizes of approximately 20-45 students. The cohort of program scholars will consist of undergraduate students from diverse backgrounds who generally have varying skill sets and require guidance for educational advancement and career exploration.
Short-Term Casual (MedPrep Program Facilitator) P&S Vice Dean For Education Medical Center
Medprep Program Facilitators will assist with managing Pre-Health science courses and general program execution for all program scholars. The cohort of scholars is made up of first and second year undergraduate students (rising sophomores and Juniors at the time of the program) from diverse backgrounds who generally have varying skill sets and require guidance for educational advancement and career exploration.
Short-Term Casual (SHPEP Program Facilitator) P&S Vice Dean For Education Medical Center
SHPEP Program Facilitators will assist with managing Pre-Health science courses and general program execution for all program scholars. The cohort of scholars is made up of first and second-year undergraduate students (rising sophomores and Juniors at the time of the program) from diverse backgrounds who generally have varying skill sets and require guidance for educational advancement and career exploration.
Short-Term Casual Columbia Technology Ventures Morningside
Columbia Technology Ventures is the technology transfer office for Columbia University and a central location for many of the technology development initiatives, entrepreneurial activities, external industry collaborations, and commercially-oriented multidisciplinary technology innovations across the university. Columbia Technology Ventures (CTV) and the Columbia Lab-to-Market Accelerator Network (L2M) are seeking undergraduate students from Columbia College, Columbia School of Engineering and Applied Science, School of General Studies and Barnard for part-time (10 – 20 hours per week) temporary (6 – 8 weeks during June to August 2020) summer interns.
Sr Security Eng - Forensics CUIMC IT Medical Center
The Security Operations team is a part of the Information Security Office (ISO). The Senior Security Engineer will report to Information Security within the ISO. The candidate will be the principal information security technical resource responsible for the execution of incident response, threat monitoring, vulnerability management, and forensic investigation.
Short-Term Casual Division of Scholarship & Rsch Medical Center
The School of Nursing is seeking a detail-oriented Columbia University student interested in developing research skills in sexual and gender minority health, women’s health, and/or cardiovascular research.
Director for Institutional Review Board Management Institutional Review Board Medical Center
The Director for Institutional Review Board (IRB) Management (DIM) within the Human Research Protection Office (HRPO) of Columbia University (CU) reports directly to the Executive Director (ED) of the HRPO, and is responsible for ensuring that the routine operations of the IRBs and the Administrative Review Committee (ARC) are conducted in an efficient, effective, and compliant manner.
Senior Technician Pathology and Cell Biology Medical Center
The Department of Pathology & Cell Biology is seeking a talented Technician B. The technician B will provide support to a laboratory studying the neurovascular system in health and disease.
Instructional Media Specialist School of Engineering and Applied Science Admin Morningside
As a team member of Columbia Video Network, the Instructional Media Specialist is responsible for creating engaging course content, producing videos and related materials, and maintaining the brand’s visual standards while seeking innovative enhancements.
Research Assistant Dept of Biomedical Engineering Morningside
Support research by growing cell and tissue cultures, prototyping and testing bioreactor components.

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