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Assistant Director for Grants & Fiscal Operations Boston Main Campus
The Center for Cognitive Brain Health (CBH) and the NU Biomedical Imaging Core (NUBIC) at Northeastern University is seeking an individual to fulfill the role of Assistant Director for Grant & Fiscal Operations. This individual must have a strong interest in the sciences and research. The Assistant Director will be responsible for overseeing all CBH/NUBIC operational activities, including fiscal and logistical tasks related to grant submissions; fiscal, personnel and IRB application tasks related to post-award grant and contract management, billing and financial management/reconciliation for the NUBIC Core, specifically, management of the MRI scanner; coordination of NUBIC Core communications within and outside NU. The Assistant Director manages all budgets including federal, state, foundation, and internal funds for both CBH and NUBIC. In addition, the Assistant Director will assist in the preparation of all state, federal and industrial grant applications, including budget development for submission through the College of Science Dean’s Office. This role serves as the liaison with the Psychology Department and the College of Science Dean’s Office.
Senior Pre-Award Administrator Boston Main Campus
Reporting to the Associate Director for Pre-Award Administration at the College of Science, the Senior Pre-Award Grants Administrator provides Pre-Award support to a designated portfolio of faculty with a complex and diversified portfolio of research activities. Working closely with faculty, the Sr. Pre-Award Grants Administrator ensures research proposals submission in a timely manner and in compliance with announcement, agency, federal government, and Northeastern University policies and regulations. The Sr. Pre-Award Grants Administrator shall be an expert partner for faculty researchers, ensuring the timely internal routing and approval of proposal packages. The Sr. Pre-Award Grants Administrator works closely with the post-award team, faculty, and the Northeastern Research Enterprise to ensure a seamless, timely and successful lifecycle of the research administration process. Acting with minimum supervision, the Sr. Pre-Award Grants Administrator is an independent problem solver, who takes initiative to resolve questions and move processes forward. The Sr. Pre-Award Grants Administrator will support College efforts to create an environment of research excellence by contributing to PI training sessions and materials on successful proposal creation, executing grant prospect research, and maintaining clear tracking of all proposals from portfolio PIs. The Sr. Pre-Award Grants Administrator participates in outreach activities to educate faculty and administrators to improve the success rate of COS proposals. This position will establish and implement submission procedures relating to grant and proposal development. Participate in development and implementation of training and education programs that promote a clearer understanding of the grants management process.
Business & Operations Manager Boston Main Campus
Operating under the direction of the Chair and Director, the Business and Operations Manager is the lead administrator for the Department of Marine & Environmental Sciences (MES) and the Marine Science Center (MSC). The individual has primary responsibility for all fiscal matters, including management of operating budgets for MES, MSC, the Three Seas Program, and the Bioinformatics Program. Sets and enforces departmental fiscal policies and maintains good internal controls. Provides analytical reports, budget projections, and guidance on the resources available to accomplish departmental objectives. Serves as the department's HR administrator, providing guidance to faculty on HRM policies, hiring mechanisms, and visa requirements. Processes all hires, oversees the annual merit review process, and stays on top of employee end dates to process extensions and terminations. Serves as the I-9 administrator for the Nahant campus. As lead administrator, supervises the activities of the entire MSC/MES administrative staff team, including 7 direct reports. Builds a close-knit team environment among staff of widely varying abilities and responsibilities. Distributes workloads, provides recommendations for role and responsibility changes, as well as possible changes to the administrative org chart. The individual stays apprised of all matters and activities happening at the MSC with constant vigilance for risk management and matters requiring legal guidance. Develops and enforces policies that minimize risk without impeding the flow of operations.
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.
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
Open Rank Portland, ME Campus
The Khoury College of Computer Sciences and Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (College of Engineering) at Northeastern University invite applications for multiple positions at the rank of Assistant Teaching Professor/Associate Teaching Professor/ Teaching Professor in the Master’s Degree and the Align Bridge Program at The Roux Institute at Northeastern in Portland, Maine beginning in January 2021, June 2021, or September 2021.
Open Rank Portland, ME Campus
The Khoury College of Computer Sciences at Northeastern University invites applications for multiple positions at the rank of Assistant Teaching Professor/Associate Teaching Professor/ Full Teaching Professor in the Align Bridge, Continuing Education, and Masters Programs at The Roux Institute at Northeastern in Portland, Maine beginning in January 2021, June 2021, or September 2021.
Academic Assistant Boston Main Campus
The Academic Assistant will provide support to the front-line customer service staff, for the Office of the Registrar.
Director of IT Infrastructure, Unified Communications, and Telecommunications Boston Main Campus
The Director of IT Infrastructure & Operations is a hands-on technical/management role reporting to the Associate Vice President and Chief Technical Officer. In partnership with the AVP and CTO, the Director is responsible for managing current and future Infrastructure technologies and their development to support Northeastern University’s growth. This individual will have a diversified background of technical infrastructure experience and skills, demonstrated project management acumen, excellent vendor management skills, plus a superior, service-oriented approach to infrastructure management. This individual will work closely with IT management, academic departments and business units to implement effective solutions with the university’s objectives. The Director role will possess a high level of creativity and exceptional problem-solving skills to develop and implement the next generation of IT infrastructure. In partnership with the AVP and CTO, the Director will identify opportunities and risks for architecting the company's infrastructure solutions, including identification of competitive services, opportunities for innovation, and assessment of technical obstacles and hurdles.
Academic Building Superintendent Boston Main Campus
Perform a variety of duties to assist in the maintenance and repair of Academic buildings as assigned by Academic Operations Manager and Academic Supervisor of the Building Services Department.
Budget Analyst Boston Main Campus
The College of Social Sciences and Humanities seeks a Budget Analyst to serve as a key member of the Dean's Office financial staff and the main point of contact for all matters related to financial transactions and reconciliations, accounting policies, and department discretionary budgets.
Business Intelligence Database Developer- Remote Opportunity Boston Main Campus, Remote
The Division of Information Technology Services is currently seeking a talented individual to fill the role of Business Intelligence (BI) Database Developer. The BI Database Developer will be a dedicated member of the Business Intelligence and Analytics Team within the larger ITS organization. The role has two primary responsibilities. First is the continued expansion and administration of the university’s Microsoft SQL Server Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW). In this role, the BI Database Developer will work closely with members of the BI & Analytics team to define and implement new data marts and analytic structures to support reporting and analytic needs across the university. This includes the design of dimensionally modeled data marts, database views, and development of complex ETL/data integration software using technologies such as SSIS and stored procedures. Secondarily, the BI Database Developer will serve as the primary resource for ongoing maintenance and monitoring of the EDW. This includes administrative activities such as database object and SSIS migrations, performance tuning, incident resolution, and user management. The ideal candidate has some experience working in hybrid-cloud environments such as Microsoft Azure. While we currently have deployed on on-premises EDW and analytics environment, it is the objective of the Business Intelligence and Analytics team to develop and implement a cloud strategy that enables scale across data platforms and BI/AI/ML applications. 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 on some university holidays.
Privacy Analyst Boston Main Campus
The primary role of the Privacy Analyst is to support and direct the operational functions of the University’s Privacy Program by: assisting the Chief Information Security Officer (“CISO”) in the strategic design, development and implementation of an integrated and comprehensive privacy program and in formulating the university’s agenda for meeting institutional privacy obligations consistent with the university’s mission, Academic Plan and global presence; and providing day-to-day oversight of the Privacy Program to address fundamental privacy issues and procedures related to safeguards for and management of access to personal data, in keeping with applicable laws, regulations and policies. The Privacy Manager will report to the Information Security Risk and Compliance Manager. The Privacy Analyst will be responsible for effective collaboration with the Office of the General Counsel (“OGC”) and Compliance Department, as well as academic and business units in developing a strategic and compliant approach to data privacy, including in evaluating and managing data privacy risks, developing standards, policies, and enterprise-wide procedures, and providing guidance across the university on privacy issues, including third-party contracts and incident response. The ideal candidate should possess a combination of business knowledge, technical skills, people and communication skills, and the ability to guide data strategy and control standards.
Open Rank Full Time Faculty: Analytics (Seattle) Seattle Campus
Northeastern University, College of Professional Studies invites applications for a full-time non-tenure track, Open Rank Professor position in the Master of Professional Studies in Analytics degree program. The position will remain open until filled by a qualified candidate.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow Boston Main Campus
Global Medical Affairs: Scientific Communications post-PharmD fellowship opportunity in Northeastern’s Pharmaceutical Industry Fellowship Program, in partnership with bluebird bio.
Open Rank Full Time Faculty: MS in Project Management (Toronto) Toronto, ON Campus
About Northeastern: Founded in 1898, Northeastern is a global research university and the recognized leader in experience-driven lifelong learning. Our world-renowned experiential approach empowers our students, faculty, alumni, and partners to create impact far beyond the confines of discipline, degree, and campus. Our locations—in Boston; Charlotte, North Carolina; London; Portland, Maine; San Francisco; Seattle; Silicon Valley; Toronto; Vancouver; and the Massachusetts communities of Burlington and Nahant—are nodes in our growing global university system. Through this network, we expand opportunities for flexible, student-centered learning and collaborative, solutions-focused research. Northeastern’s comprehensive array of undergraduate and graduate programs— in a variety of on-campus and online formats—lead to degrees through the doctorate in nine colleges and schools. Among these, we offer more than 195 multi-discipline majors and degrees designed to prepare students for purposeful lives and careers. About the Opportunity: The College of Professional Studies (CPS) at Northeastern University invites applications for a full-time, non-tenure track Teaching Professor position in the Master of Science in Project Management program. The position is based at our campus in Toronto, Canada and will be responsible for supporting our Toronto campus.
Director of Experiential Education Portland, ME Campus
The Director of Experiential Education at the Roux Institute reports to the Senior Vice Provost for Portland, Maine. Using innovative and creative approaches, the Director is responsible for the development and oversight of a rich experiential education experience within a unique environment that features co-location with employer partners, close collaboration with the corporate environment in Maine and northern New England, and a robust research program that is at the interface of life science, medicine, engineering, and data visualization.
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
COVID Testing Senior Site Supervisor Boston Main Campus
The COVID Testing Senior Site Supervisor will manage the daily operations for the testing site, including staffing, scheduling, interfacing with patients, and the preparation of specimens for transport to lab for analysis. The COVID Testing Senior Site Supervisor will also manage the COVID Testing Site Supervisors.
Building Services Supervisor Boston Main Campus
Under the direction of the Academic and Residential Operations Manager of Building Services to ensure a clean and safe working environment for the university community. To inspect all areas including classrooms and to train physical plant services personnel on all aspects of their duties. Inspect the performance of all personnel of their daily routines.

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