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CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

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Position School/Department Location
Associate Health Physicist Radiation Safety Office Medical Center
Reporting to, and under the supervision of the Deputy Radiation Safety Officer/Associate Director, Research Radiation Safety Program, the Associate Health Physicist is responsible for routine health physics functions and duties relating to the implementation of University research radiation safety programs and the Environmental Health and Safety departmental mission. This position provides radiological and related support services to a variety of Columbia University campuses and affiliates.
Safety Advisor Environment Health/Safety Off Morningside
Reporting to the EH&S Manager or Associate Manager of the Research Safety Program the Safety Advisor will, along with a team of health and safety professionals, proactively build relationships with University and University-affiliate research personnel to facilitate the delivery of high-quality safety services and guidance across a broad range of disciplines throughout the University’s expansive research enterprise and multiple campuses. The Safety Advisor will maintain a client-focused approach and be accountable for assessing research safety procedures and practices and developing creative, sustainable and compliant solutions that meet the operational needs of research personnel and are consistent with University standards and best practices. Through collaborations with EH&S colleagues and various University stakeholders and affiliates, the Safety Advisor will ensure effective and efficient implementation and management of biological, chemical and radiation safety program elements in alignment with the Research Safety Program Strategic Plan.
Associate Health Physicist Radiation Safety Office Medical Center
Reporting to, and under the supervision of the Manager, Radiation Safety Clinical Program/Associate Radiation Safety Officer, the Associate Health Physicist is responsible for routine health physics functions and duties relating to the implementation of hospital-centered and clinical radiation safety programs and the Environmental Health and Safety departmental mission. This position provides radiological and related support services to a variety of Columbia University and campuses and affiliates.
Associate Manager, Guest Services Campus Services Morningside
Ensure the delivery of critical and central services in response to student residents as well as other parts of Columbia Housing.
Project Coordinator Earth Institute Morningside
Reporting to the Principal Investigator of the FEMA grants in the Earth Institute at Columbia University, the incumbent will support the development and delivery of FEMA training programs for the National Center for Disaster Preparedness pertaining to post disaster economic and housing recovery. The incumbent will also work on curriculum development and provide support in the area of instructional design and evaluation.
Laboratory Coordinator Pathology and Cell Biology Medical Center
The CUMC Personalized Genomic Medicine has a position opening for a dynamic individual with significant understanding of molecular biology/technology who is able to work in a fast-paced high-volume environment.
Technician B Neurology Medical Center
The Department of Neurology is looking for a Technician B to join the Lab of Phatnani.
Technician A Pathology and Cell Biology Medical Center
The Department of Pathology & Cell Biology is seeking an energetic and independent candidate to work in a busy Histology Lab.
Short-Term Casual Division of Scholarship & Rsch Medical Center
The School of Nursing is looking to hire a Columbia University student to assist (remotely) with a nationwide research study. The candidate will work with a team of researchers at the Center for Health Policy at Columbia University School of Nursing. The nature of the research is understanding infection prevention and quality improvement in home health agencies in the US.
Short-Term Casual Obstetrics and Gynecology Medical Center
The abstractor will review and abstract the electronic medical records of 35 patients/week. He/She will complete the MFMU COVID study data forms and Prematurity Registry data forms based on the abstraction process and according to the respective study Manual of Operation.
Short-Term Casual Obstetrics and Gynecology Medical Center
The abstractor will review and abstract the electronic medical records of 35 patients/week. He/She will complete the MFMU COVID study data forms and Prematurity Registry data forms based on the abstraction process and according to the respective study Manual of Operation.
Short-Term Casual Obstetrics and Gynecology Medical Center
The abstractor will review and abstract the electronic medical records of 35 patients/week. He/She will complete the MFMU COVID study data forms and Prematurity Registry data forms based on the abstraction process and according to the respective study Manual of Operation.
Clinical Research Manager Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center Medical Center
The candidate will be an integral member of the senior leadership team within the Clinical Protocol & Data Management (CPDM) Office of the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center (HICCC). Responsibilities include but are not limited to: coordinating the data management activities of the CPDM, while providing supervision and delegation of work assignments and evaluation of the CPDM Clinical Research Coordinators (CRCs) and Data Coordinators(DCs); creating and promoting professional development opportunities (both internally and externally) for staff; implementing processes and that improve, streamline, and stimulate the work environment; continually assessing trial complexity/workload and resource allocation to ensure patient safety and clinical research excellence; ensuring and promoting positive relationships and outcomes with private industry and other external agencies.
Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and Human Resources Mailman School of Public Health Administration Medical Center
The Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, seeks an Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and Human Resources, reporting to the Vice Dean for Finance and Administration. The role will be responsible for directing and overseeing the activities of the Office of Faculty Affairs and Human Resources for the Mailman School of Public Health.
HVAC Energy Management Systems Mechanic Facilities Operations Morningside
The Energy Management Systems Mechanic performs operations as required by job work order.
Mechanic - Electrician Columbia Residential Morningside
The Mechanic is responsible for providing immediate and effective response to work assigned by supervisor, or by job order and that the physical condition of the building is safe and in good repair.
Instructional Technology Specialist School of Social Work Morningside
The Instructional Technology Specialist (ITS) is responsible for providing (1) instructional technology support for residential, hybrid (remote live participation (RLP)), select online courses, and events, and (2) expert guidance and advice with the learning management system as well as a wide array of instructional applications to support teaching and learning at the Columbia School of Social Work.
Short-Term Casual Anesthesiology Medical Center
Primary responsibilities will be the conduct of data analysis for research studies evaluating complications and outcomes in children going for surgery and effectiveness of palliative care specialists for patients with cancer and other serious illnesses.
Technician B - Digestive & Liver Diseases Medicine Medical Center
Seeking a highly motivated and energetic technician to provide general research lab support.
Practice Manager Surgery Other NYC Locations
Under the direction of the Divisional Administrator, the Practice Manager of Surgery Outpatient Center directs and maintains management of clinical operational issues for medicine and surgical integrated practice. The Practice Manager will also work collaboratively with faculty, administrators and staff in the Center.

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