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Director of Executive Communications and Strategic Partnerships School of International and Public Affairs Morningside
The Director of Executive Communications and Strategic Partnerships at the Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) serves a key member of the Dean's leadership team. The position plays a critical role in directing the Dean’s executive communications to internal and external audiences in close collaboration with the School’s COO, the Communications team, Faculty Affairs and other School-wide operational units. The incumbent works closely with the Dean and the Dean’s leadership team to research and develop opportunities for new strategic partnerships for SIPA, including with NGOs, government organizations and other public and private sector entities. The Director prepares presentations, proposals, and other communications for the Dean, supports the Dean in undertaking special projects, and provides a wide range of highly confidential duties. The position assists in the preparation and execution of high level meetings and conferences for the Dean and the Dean’s Office at SIPA.
Executive Assistant School of International and Public Affairs Morningside
The Center on Global Energy Policy seeks a self-motivated, detail-oriented and experienced Executive Assistant who will support the Unit’s research faculty. The Executive Assistant will play an integral role in ensuring the efficient and effective operations of the Center. Since the Executive Assistant's responsibilities will touch nearly all aspects of Center programming, the incumbent must be exceptionally organized and possess the ability to multitask and work in an autonomous fashion. Familiarity with the energy-related topics covered by the Center is preferred but not required. The Executive Assistant will interact with a wide array of Center stakeholders, including senior policymakers, industry executives and Columbia faculty and administration. The incumbent will provide discrete and confidential assistance across all aspects of the research scholars’ daily activities as well as support other Center programs and activities more broadly. Independent judgement and decision-making are key in this role. A particular focus for the organization is the impact of issues of racism, environmental justice, gender equality, and inclusion in our energy system. The Center supports a culturally diverse, inclusive and equitable work environment, reflected across our staffing, leadership, scholarship and operations.
Administrative Assistant Inst Soc& Econ Research&Policy Morningside
Reporting to the Director of Administration and Finance. The incumbent will assist and liaison with individual staff members on all matters concerning student hires, academic appointments and personnel, facilities and programmatic initiatives and special events of the Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy.
Major Gifts Officer (2x) Mailman School of Public Health Administration Medical Center
At this important moment for public health globally, the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health (MSPH) is celebrating its Centennial year and shaping a comprehensive campaign to enable progress towards its vision of a healthy and just world for all.  The Major Gifts Officer in the Office of Development and Alumni Relations are key to this effort, working to secure the resources needed to advance the School’s work and deepen its impact during its second century.
Director - Strategic Projects Earth Institute Morningside
The Director of Strategic Projects will serve a critical role to lead the planning, development, and implementation roadmap for cross-functional projects within the Climate School.
Exec Director- External Affairs and Communications Earth Institute Morningside
The Executive Director, External Affairs and Communications is the senior-most executive responsible for communications, branding and public relations for the Climate School.
Bioinformatics Analyst Systems Biology Medical Center
Columbia University’s JP Sulzberger Genome Center is seeking a highly motivated Bioinformatics Analyst with strong expertise in bioinformatics and single-cell RNA sequencing. The Genome Center is equipped with state-of-the-art high-throughput sequencing instruments and a Single Cell Analysis Core with equipment for gene expression profiling in individual cells. It has extensive collaborations with investigators at Columbia University in studies on biology, human diseases, and precision medicine. This position will specifically involve the application and development of computational methods for analyzing single-cell RNA sequencing data, focusing on custom bioinformatics projects from Core users.
Student Acad Support Worker Mailman School of Public Health Administration Medical Center
This short-term casual employee will primarily work with students who are identified (by staff and faculty) as being “in need” of quantitative support.
Student Acad Support Worker Mailman School of Public Health Administration Medical Center
This short-term casual employee will primarily work with students who are identified (by staff and faculty) as being “in need” of writing support.
Administrative Coordinator Mailman School of Public Health Administration Medical Center
The Administrative Coordinator will work closely with the Vice Dean for Research Strategy and Innovation.
Associate Support Technician Columbia University Information Technology Morningside
The Associate Support Technician will provide technical support via phone, email, and/or in-person consultations to faculty and staff in both current Windows OS and Apple (macOS) environments; independently gather, organize and document relevant information directly from customers into trouble ticketing system; perform system audits, upgrades, and miscellaneous technical maintenance on faculty, administrative, and room systems.
Senior Associate Director, Alumni and VC Programming in the Eugene Lang Center for Entrepreneurship Columbia Business School Manhattanville
The mission of The Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center is to instill entrepreneurial thinking in all Columbia Business School students and alumni, in order to create a community of business practitioners with a lifelong commitment to achieving social and economic progress through entrepreneurship. Columbia’s approach to developing the entrepreneurial mindset is integrated throughout the core MBA curriculum, crossing all disciplines, and extends to both students and alumni through co-curricular programming, coaching, and other support. The Senior Associate Director, Alumni and VC Programming, is responsible for post-graduation programs for the Lang Center, focusing on alumni and related initiatives, as well as Venture Capital initiatives for both students and alumni. Reporting to the Director, the Senior Associate Director’s core responsibilities include annually developing and overseeing the efficient execution of the above programming, including special events, competitions, mentor panels, and information sessions, while working creatively to enhance the efficiency of Center programs and procedures.
Senior Assistant Director Columbia College Morningside
Under the guidance of senior members of the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, the Senior Assistant Director is responsible for the daily management of a geographic region to recruit, evaluate and enroll an academically accomplished and diverse student body to Columbia College and The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science. The officer is responsible for the day-to-day communication with students, parents, secondary school officials and alumni. The officer will be responsible for evaluating approximately 800-900 applications per recruitment cycle; responsibilities include all calls, correspondence, visitations, admissions recommendations and alumni contact; makes critical judgments, presents arguments recommending admissions decisions to the Admissions Committee; counsels candidates and their parents on admissions and curricular choices.
Research Assistant Taub Inst Res Alzheimers Disease Aging Brain Medical Center
Assist with running cognitive and imaging studies in healthy young and old adults, as well as populations with neurological diseases.
Clinical Research Data Analyst Biomedical Informatics Medical Center
The Department of Biomedical Informatics (DBMI) at Columbia University has an immediate opening for a talented and self-motivated Clinical Research Data Analyst who has strength in collaborative work in a medical/ healthcare setting and an interest in electronic health record (EHR) research.
Student Research Worker Biomedical Informatics Medical Center
The Department of Biomedical Informatics is seeking a Student Research Worker to work on three externally funded projects, including funding from Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality focused on documentation burden and the National Institute for Nursing Research (NINR) for the development, implementation and evaluation of a Clinical Decision Support (CDS) SmartApp and the integration of clinical trials software with the EHR using Smart on FHIR.
Research Coordinator Division of Scholarship & Rsch Medical Center
The Research Coordinator for the Center for Health Policy (CHP), which houses the Center for Improving Palliative Care in Adults with Multiple Chronic Conditions (CIPC) as well a training grant and funded grant projects, will report to the Center for Health Policy Manager. The incumbent will support the daily operations of the CHP and CIPC research activities. The Coordinator will serve as primary administrative contact for CHP and CIPC and provide administrative support in strategic initiatives aimed at increasing productivity and improving research activities of faculty, postdoctoral trainees, and PhD students associated with the CHP and CIPC.
Research Coordinator Pathology and Cell Biology Medical Center
The Department of Pathology & Cell Biology is seeking a Research Coordinator. As part of a new research study initiative, the Department will serve as the Central Lab for Major Pathological Response (MPR) assessment of lung cancer.
Qualitative Data Analyst - CBCH Medicine Medical Center
We are an innovative research center looking for highly organized, detail-oriented and enthusiastic candidates to support the patient-oriented research portfolio of the Center. Under the direction of the Principal Investigator(s) and the Implementation Science Core (The Im_Sci Lab) Manager, the Qualitative Data Analyst can expect to represent the Center by interacting with a wide variety of multi-disciplinary personnel at our Center, including study PIs, research coordinators, data team personnel and administration. The Qualitative Data Analyst must be able to demonstrate flexibility in workload and work hours to meet critical deadlines. Further, we anticipate developing new studies and research directions, so ideal candidates will be able to adapt to a fast-paced environment with evolving responsibilities, workloads and work schedules.
Practice Operations Manager I Obstetrics and Gynecology Medical Center
The Practice Operations Manager I leads, supervises and coordinates overall operational and administrative functions of assigned practice(s) to ensure maximum efficiency, high quality patient experiences, and compliance with appropriate regulatory policies.

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