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Associate Vice Chancellor, Learning Ecosystem Development Boston Main Campus
The Associate Vice Chancellor for Learning Ecosystem & Improvement will work with the Senior Vice Chancellor to enrich the educational experience at Northeastern University through the integration of new and existing pedagogical and programmatic innovations into the impact of experiential learning to inform the complete student learning experience. Furthermore, the AVC will lead efforts to work across colleges, schools, departments and programs to identify, coordinate, integrate and extend efforts to implement and integrate new pedagogical and programmatic innovations into existing practices and to create new practices. As importantly, the AVC will work across colleges and regional campuses to track pedagogical and program innovations, capture lessons learned, create critical feedback loops and ensure continuous learning, improvement and innovation across teams and among stakeholders. To achieve this, the AVC will have integrative oversight over the strategy development for new approaches to key areas within the Education Innovation unit including next generation work on talent development and online learning.
Manager of Partner Programming Portland, ME Campus
Reporting to the Senior Vice Provost for Portland, the Manager of Partner Programming will ensure that all partner learning experiences, learning-related communications, and business processes are delivered to partners with the highest quality. The Manager of Partner Programming will also play a pivotal role in shaping our learning programs for our partner organizations.
Temporary Project Manager Boston Main Campus
Reporting to the Senior Project Manager in the Project Management Office, the temporary Project Manager will advise, consult and guide the project management process for large scale, complex, cross-organizational projects. The person in this role will work closely with stakeholders in defining the project scope, schedule and budget and will oversee the entire project lifecycle.
Research Application Information Security Analyst - Remote Opportunity Boston Main Campus
The Division of Information Technology Services (ITS) is currently seeking a talented individual to fill the role of Research Application Security Analyst. This position will be responsible for all-things related to securing and enhancing our extensive and diverse research enterprise initiatives. This includes contributing to regular security audits, training workshops, consultations, and knowledge transfer with faculty, students, and staff across the university. As the primary Research Application Security Analyst, the qualified candidate will interact directly with university administration and support staff including members of the Office of the General Council, Research Enterprise Services, Environmental Health and Safety, Department Safety Officers, and Associate Deans for Research to ensure system and data security standards are met. Systems that will be within the scope of this role include (but are not limited to) Proposal and Award System (ePAWS), Contract and Legal Workflow system (eCLAWS), Conflict Disclosure system (eCD), Zoom BAA, Teams for Research, ServiceNow (forms/workflows and ticketing), GCC High O365 tenant, BioRAFT, and other research platforms and systems identified in collaboration with other dedicated Research Application support staff embedded across the ITS organization. This is a multi-tasking environment that demands customer service, communication, and organizational skills. A successful candidate will be motivated, results-oriented, and have a willingness to learn. The Information Security Analyst will maintain the operational security posture to ensure information systems (IS) security policies, standards, and procedures are established and followed. To ensure that essential services are provided to the university community, the employee may be required to work outside his/her regular working hours and university holidays.
Senior Research Development Officer Boston Main Campus
The Sr. Research Development Officer (SRDO) will be responsible for increasing institutional research competitiveness through targeted capacity building, supporting strategic initiatives, developing partnerships and interdisciplinary teams and large complex proposals, and research related professional development and programming.
Associate Vice President - Sustainability Boston Main Campus
The Associate Vice President - Sustainability will have the administrative and supervisory responsibility for the operation and coordination of the university’s Sustainability and energy management efforts. Working closely with the Campus Planning and Development team, the position will direct and oversee the development and execution of a broad-based, university-wide strategic sustainability initiatives, integrating sustainability throughout the university’s facilities. Recruiting activities for this position is through Isaacson Miller Associates. To apply for this position, please use the following link:
Special Assistant to the Dean of the Seattle Campus Seattle Campus
The Special Assistant to the Dean of the Seattle Campus functions as an essential member of the Seattle campus leadership team, ensuring the efficiency and effectiveness of the Dean’s Office by providing executive administrative support to the Regional Dean/CEO and their direct reports as needed and executing special projects at the Dean’s request.
Assistant International Student & Scholar Advisor - Bay Area San Francisco Campus
The Assistant International Student & Scholar Advisor will support the range of OGS functions of the West Coast campuses, bolstering the student experience at the growing regional site. Reporting to the Associate Director of International Student Services for the West Coast, the Assistant International Student & Scholar Advisor will serve as a Designated School Official (DSO) and will participate in the support of international students’ immigration advising and support.
Receptionist - Portland, ME Portland, ME Campus
Founded in 1898, Northeastern is a global research university and a world leader in experiential learning. The same comm­­­­­­­itment to connecting with the world drives our use-inspired research enterprise. The university offers a comprehensive range of undergraduate and graduate programs leading to degrees through the doctorate in nine colleges and schools. Our campuses in Charlotte, N.C., San Francisco, Seattle, and Toronto are regional platforms for undergraduate and graduate learning and collaborative research. Northeastern pursues advanced research in security and materials at the Innovation Campus in Burlington, Massachusetts, and in coastal sustainability at the Marine Science Center in Nahant, Massachusetts.
Journalism Teaching Professor, Open Rank Boston Main Campus
The College of Arts, Media and Design at Northeastern University invites applications for a Teaching Professor in the School of Journalism focused on traditional and new forms of storytelling and media innovation.
Visiting Lecturer Boston Main Campus
The World Languages Center in the College of Social Sciences and Humanities at Northeastern University seeks applications for a Visiting Lecturer in Japanese.
Open Rank - Assistant/Associate/Full Teaching Professor Boston Main Campus
The School of Criminology and Criminal Justice (SCCJ) at Northeastern University is seeking to fill an open-rank teaching professor position in the area of law and criminal justice administration beginning in fall 2021.
Senior Assistant Director, Financial Counseling Services Boston Main Campus
The Senior Assistant Director of Financial Counseling Services (SFS) assists with the processing, servicing and related counseling activities for Northeastern students/parents who are navigating the financial aid and student account activities in relation to affording a Northeastern education. The Senior Assistant Director will work collaboratively, along with other Counseling Services staff, within SFS and select external stakeholders. The Senior Assistant Director will work with both Financial Aid and Student Accounts to facilitate account payment, loan counseling, and payment plan establishment for individual and groups of students. Particular emphasis will be around the management of NU’s institutional loan and payment plan programs.
Senior Grants Administrator Boston Main Campus
The Bouvé College of Health Sciences seeks a Senior Grants Administrator to join their team in the Bouvé College Office of Research (BCORe)!
Associate Director for Planning Boston Main Campus
The Associate Director for Planning in the office of the Senior Vice Chancellor and Provost will lead support for the operations, projects, and key work streams on behalf of the SVC across the global network. The Associate Director will work closely with the SVC and their leadership team to manage central workstreams and operations, ensuring that core work and projects are successfully managed and executed.
Research Assistant Boston Main Campus
Temporary research assistant for NetSci
Program Manager Boston Main Campus
We are seeking a Program Director to manage the work of the Health in Justice Action Lab, with focus on mandatory drug treatment and other coercive health care practices.
Assistant Teaching Professor: Methodology in the Doctor of Law and Policy Boston Main Campus
The College of Professional Studies seeks a full-time non tenure-track Research Methods faculty member to teach in its Doctor of Law and Policy (DLP) Program, starting Summer 2021 term. The DLP program is an accelerated, practice-based doctoral program designed to allow its students to investigate real-world issues that will contribute to policymaking decisions.
Temporary COVID Vaccine Site Supervisor Boston Main Campus
The COVID Vaccine Site Supervisor will assist with managing the daily operations for the vaccine site, including assisting with staffing, training, scheduling, interfacing with participants, and the preparation and administration of the vaccine. The role of the Site Supervisor is primarily to ensure an excellent vaccine operation and customer service experience for each of our participants. This requires vigilant protocol and policy adherence by every member of the vaccine center team. The Site Supervisor has the responsibility to ensure all participants have a consistent experience. They will train and reinforce exceptional vaccine protocols with clinical staff ensuring the vaccine center staff is modeling safe behavior by following set protocols, proper mask wearing and other PPE if needed, hand sanitization and maintaining a healthy distance.
CMMC Information Security Analyst - Remote Opportunity Boston Main Campus
The Division of Information Technology Services (ITS) is currently seeking a talented individual to fill the role of Security Analyst. This position will be engaged in all-things related to securing and enhancing our extensive and diverse research enterprise initiatives. The role of the Security Analyst is to bridge the gap between high-level security policies/requirements and technical/operational implementation of those requirements. Candidates should have in-depth understanding (SME) of the cybersecurity policies and procedures for information systems involved with handling Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) along with sufficient technical knowledge/experience to implement them.

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