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Clinical Lab Technician- Scientist Burlington, MA Campus
The Clinical Lab Technician - Scientist will be a member of a 4-person testing team at the Life Sciences Testing Center (LSTC) on Northeastern University’s Innovation Campus at Burlington. The LSTC will carry out COVID-19 testing for the Northeastern community.
Clinical Lab Scientist General Supervisor Burlington, MA Campus
For the Life Sciences Testing Center (LSTC) on Northeastern University Innovation Campus at Burlington, we seek a Clinical Lab Scientist General Supervisor (CLS-GS) to perform complex laboratory procedures, including for the detection of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, in a prompt, accurate, and reliable manner according to established procedures and quality control guidelines.
Assistant, or Associate Teaching Professor Boston Main Campus
The Department of Art + Design in the College of Arts, Media and Design, invites applications for a one-year visiting appointment as an Assistant, or Associate Teaching Professor in Animation.
Postdoctoral Research Associate Boston Main Campus
Performs basic or applied research of a limited scope, primarily using existing theories and methods. Assists the supervisor in the interpretation and publication of results and grants. Maintains the laboratory and may exercise functional supervision over supporting research staff. Primary responsibility is ensuring that the research is complete. The appointment generally does not extend beyond two years.
Senior Financial and Reporting Analyst Boston Main Campus
The Senior Financial Analyst will provide budget and administrative support for the Office of the Provost and will report to the Associate Director of Fiscal Affairs and Administration.
Strategic Alliance Development Manager - Life Science & Medicine Portland, ME Campus
The Strategic Alliance Development Manager (SADM) will act as a central point of contact for the Roux Institute related to life sciences and medicine, and will develop pathways and research partnerships and initiatives. The SADM will work in a highly self-directed mode, and in collaboration with fellow SADMs with complimentary domain expertise, both academic and operational leadership at the Roux Institute, and with professionals throughout Northeastern’s global research university system.
Strategic Alliance Development Manager - Biomedical Engineering Portland, ME Campus
The Strategic Alliance Development Manager (SADM) will act as a central point of contact for the Roux Institute related to biomedical engineering (encompassing areas such as bioprocess engineering, bioengineering, biomedical devices, etc), and will develop pathways and research partnerships and initiatives. The SADM will work in a highly self-directed mode, and in collaboration with fellow SADMs with complimentary domain expertise, both academic and operational leadership at the Roux Institute, and with professionals throughout Northeastern’s global research university system.
Strategic Alliance Development Manager - Engineering Portland, ME Campus
The Strategic Alliance Development Manager (SADM) will act as a central point of contact for the Roux Institute related to engineering (encompassing areas such as materials, robotics, devices, construction, and advanced manufacturing), and will develop pathways and research partnerships and initiatives. The SADM will work in a highly self-directed mode, and in collaboration with fellow SADMs with complimentary domain expertise, both academic and operational leadership at the Roux Institute, and with professionals throughout Northeastern’s global research university system.
Strategic Alliance Development Manager - Intelligent Devices Portland, ME Campus
The Strategic Alliance Development Manager (SADM) will act as a central point of contact for the Roux Institute related to autonomous systems and intelligent devices and will develop pathways and research partnerships and initiatives. The SADM will work in a highly self-directed mode, and in collaboration with fellow SADMs with complimentary domain expertise, both academic and operational leadership at the Roux Institute, and with professionals throughout Northeastern’s global research university system.
Strategic Alliance Development Manager - Computational Sciences Portland, ME Campus
The Strategic Alliance Development Manager (SADM) will act as a central point of contact for the Roux Institute related to computational sciences (encompassing areas such as machine learning, artificial intelligence, data visualization, and data analytics), and will develop pathways and research partnerships and initiatives. The SADM will work in a highly self-directed mode, and in collaboration with fellow SADMs with complimentary domain expertise, both academic and operational leadership at the Roux Institute, and with professionals throughout Northeastern’s global research university system.
Strategic Alliance Development Manager - Cybersecurity and Communications Portland, ME Campus
The Strategic Alliance Development Manager (SADM) will act as a central point of contact for the Roux Institute related to communications and cybersecurity (encompassing areas such as blockchain, internet of things, financial technologies, and secure communications), and will develop pathways and research partnerships and initiatives. The SADM will work in a highly self-directed mode, and in collaboration with fellow SADMs with complimentary domain expertise, both academic and operational leadership at the Roux Institute, and with professionals throughout Northeastern’s global research university system.
Postdoctoral Research Associate Boston Main Campus
The lab of Professor Albert-László Barabási, together with the Network Science Institute at Northeastern University and the Division of Network Medicine at Harvard University, is looking for postdoctoral associates in the area of network science, science of science, science of success, and network medicine. We are seeking motivated individuals with experience in network science and interest in applying it toward both social and biological systems. The ideal candidate has a physics, economics, computational sociology, computer science, bioinformatics, or mathematics PhD, and previous work experience in networks, science of success, or network biology/bioinformatics. For a range of projects characterizing the lab, see www.barabasilab.com. Our current work spans the applications of networks toward quantifying success in scientific careers to understanding the fundamentals of network dynamics. All interested candidates should submit a formal application consisting of (i) a current CV with publication lists, (ii) a brief statement of research experience and interests, and (iii) two letters of recommendation.
Plumber/Maintenance Mechanic Boston Main Campus
Under the general supervision of the Shop Foreperson, perform a variety of duties in the maintenance operation of the Plumbing and Mechanical Department. Position will be expected to perform duties as required, in all Mechanical / Plumbing maintenance areas, including: Mechanical: Maintenance, installation and upkeep of to steam distribution system and related equipment located on the main campus and satellite locations; including, but not limited to, high and low pressure steam pipes, valves, traps, pumps, fittings, fixtures, connections, expansion joints, hot water heaters, radiators and ovens, kitchen steam cookers, dishwashers and such other items involved in steam or other heating systems. Cover pipes with insulating material; bend pipes; cut and install gaskets. Position will require the ability to work in confined spaces such as steam manholes. Plumbing: Assembly, layout, installation, repair and maintenance of non-potable water and drainage systems for main campus and satellite locations according to specifications and plumbing codes. Tasks will include a variety of piping and related accessories, such as fittings, valves, fixtures, flushometers, and other components involved in the distribution and use of water, air, gas, fire protection and waste systems. Install and repair plumbing fixtures such as sinks, toilets, bathtubs, water heaters, hot water tanks, garbage disposal units, dishwashers, back flow preventers, sewer ejectors and sump pumps. Maintain plumbing by repair or replacement of leaky faucets; service and correct ruptured lines and open clogged drains using various size machines.
HVAC Systems Technician Boston Main Campus
Under the general supervision of the HVAC Supervisor, perform a variety of duties to install, maintain, operate, upgrade, diagnose and repair pneumatic, electric and electronic HVAC systems within the University. Ability to read, interpret and diagnose problems from work requests, blueprints, diagrams, verbal and written instructions to install and repair HVAC systems. Troubleshoot control systems. Repair A/C systems; make adjustments to damper actuators, valve actuators, repairs to thermostats. Must be familiar with the operation of all standard mechanical system configurations, i.e., VAV, constant volume with or without reheat, etc. Must be familiar with DDC control systems. Should be familiar with water treatment of closed and open loop systems. Should have a working knowledge of steam systems. Should be familiar with chiller operations/cooling towers/pumps and associated equipment with a general proficiency in total building operations. Position will require working in a non-mechanical capacity when necessary, as well as, but not limited to responding to overtime and emergency call-ins as required or directed to insure proper plant operations.
Fire/Security Alarm Technician Boston Main Campus
Reporting to the Fire Safety Supervisor, the Fire Alarm Technician must have demonstrated the ability to take direction and adapt to a fast paced fluid environment with ever changing priorities and schedules. On a daily basis, the Fire Alarm Technician shall review, prioritize and respond to all assigned Fire Safety related work orders. Monitor the University's Onyx Fire alarm master indicating system and respond to trouble alarms. Program Fire alarm panels as directed. Maintain a record of completed work orders and inspections. Assist contract fire alarm vendors performing fire alarm & fire protection required testing / inspections. Coordinate with NU Facilities project managers for Fire alarm & sprinkler system shut down requests. Monitor construction sites where “Hot Work” permits are issued and perform visual safety inspections. Ensure all activities are in adherence to OSHA rules and regulations, and compliance with site-specific safety requirements. In the absence of the Fire Safety Supervisor, the Fire Safety Technician may be asked to attend project coordination meetings and make recommendations pertaining to Fire Alarm / Life Safety Systems. The Fire Alarm Technician shall be technically proficient with operating, troubleshooting and repairing the Fire alarm & Fire protection systems. Shall have the ability to read and interpret Fire alarm / fire protection plans, specifications and Fire Alarm sequence of operations. A Fire Alarm Technician could be designated as the “Assistant” University Fire Prevention Program Manager “FPPM” as defined in NFPA 241. The Fire Alarm Technician will conduct and document quarterly fire drills / egress training at all University residence facilities. This is a 40 hour position.
Electrician Boston Main Campus
Reporting directly to the Electrical Supervisor, perform a wide variety of duties requiring the services of an electrician following recognized electric codes and techniques for such work. Must be capable of working in a maintenance environment and other tradespersons. Must be able to troubleshoot a variety of electrical problems. Lay out, install and maintain a wide variety of electrical equipment. Install, alter and repair wiring systems for lighting, building automation systems, hearing, power as well as various control system circuitries. May be required to perform inspection work, checking for overloaded circuits, maintaining emergency lighting systems, etc. Must be skilled in the use of tools and equipment of the electrical trade. Position will require working in a non-electrical capacity when necessary, as well as, but not limited to responding to overtime and emergency call-ins as required or directed to ensure proper plant operations. Position will require the ability to work in confined spaces such as crawl spaces, interstitial areas and manholes.
Research Technician Boston Main Campus
The Plant Lab is seeking a full-time research tech to join their team!
Postdoctoral Research Associate Boston Main Campus
Performs basic or applied research of a limited scope, primarily using existing theories and methods. Assists the supervisor in the interpretation and publication of results and grants.
Postdoctoral Research Assoc Boston Main Campus
The postdoctoral research associate will be responsible for coordinating a foundation-funded study of healthy aging in the home, using a variety of tools including at-home eye tracking.
Associate Research Scientist Boston Main Campus
Performs basic or applied research in an area of considerable scope and complexity. Plans independent research and analyzes and publishes the results. Prepares grant proposals.

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