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ECUAS Lab Engineer Burlington, MA Campus
Northeastern University is seeking a motivated engineer to join a rapidly growing environment for cutting edge R&D related to unmanned and autonomous systems in the Expeditionary Cyber, Unmanned Autonomous Systems (ECUAS) Lab at our Innovation Campus in Burlington, MA (ICBM).
Assistant Registrar Boston Main Campus
Manage records and registration activities from admissions conversion through graduation for colleges and programs. Assess and communicate staffing needs for the processing of data that affect registration, billing, financial aid eligibility, and degree completion.
Administrative Officer Boston Main Campus
The Administrative Officer oversees the daily operations, management and direction of operational aspects of the Art + Design department.
Assistant/Associate Teaching Professor Boston Main Campus
The Department of Biology and Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Northeastern University ( and College of Science, invites applications for a non-tenure track position of Assistant or Associate Teaching Professor. The position is based at the San Francisco campus with 25% of time spent at the Seattle campus.
Administrative Assistant Boston Main Campus
Provide diverse reception and secretarial support for the Office of the General Counsel, including greeting visitors/clients, answering phones, taking messages, processing and tracking mail, assisting callers and visitors with questions, concerns and processes, booking travel, seminars and other registrations. Works with the Director of Administration and Finance to accurately keep record of and order supplies/inventory for the Office. Maintains Office of General Counsel calendar for conference rooms, create, organize and manage files, and assists in contract and subpoena logging/processing in SharePoint, supporting educational seminars, printing, scanning, photocopying and faxing.
Part-Time Lecturer Boston Main Campus
Part-time Lecturer position for undergraduate or graduate courses in Physics.
Post-Doctoral Teaching Associate, Theater Boston Main Campus
This new postdoctoral position is designed to explore the ways transdisciplinary critical creative practice can inform and be informed by theatre and performance pedagogies.
Part-Time Lecturer Boston Main Campus
The Master of Public Administration program seeks candidates for Part-Time Lecturer positions available throughout the year.
Research & Data Analyst-SAIL Boston Main Campus
Join a dynamic, flexible group working to advance integrated, life-long, experiential learning at Northeastern through the Self Authored Integrated Learning (SAIL) project. SAIL’s Research, Assessment, and Analytics is a small, agile, flexible team focused on supporting SAIL and advancing our understanding of student learning through research, assessment and data analytics. We work on projects ranging from the development of data models to inform machine learning features in SAIL to multi-method research and assessment projects, to the development of data visualizations. Northeastern University seeks applicants for the position of Data Analyst – SAIL at Northeastern University. The person filling this position will work closely with the Associate Director – Research, Assessment & Data Analytics for SAIL to provide data analysis, and research design for projects related to the assessment of student learning at Northeastern as related to SAIL.
Academic Advisor Boston Main Campus
Advise and assist College of Engineering undergraduate students with all aspects of course planning and registration from Orientation, through academic progression, to Commencement. Responsibilities include teaching multiple sections of a one-credit first year seminar, monitoring and supporting academic progress, serving as a referral source to students experiencing academic and personal challenges, and assisting with various College programs.
International Student Support Liaison Seattle Campus
Under the direct supervision of the International Student Advisor at the Seattle campus, the Assistant International Student Advisor (Assistant Advisor) will provide a wide range of support to the functioning of the Office of Global Services (OGS) at the Seattle campus. In an often-dynamic environment and with great attention to detail, the position will interact with staff of the OGS and of the Seattle campus to provide students and visitors of the OGS in Seattle with the highest caliber of customer service.
Assistant Director, Athletic Facilities Operations & Services Boston Main Campus
Under the direction of the Director of Athletic Facilities, this position is responsible for assistance in the overall management and operation of the Unit. It is part of the unit management team. The position will have responsibility for scheduling and supervising full time and part time staff, including the assigning and monitoring of overtime. The individual will have direct oversight of identifying and assigning work orders and making sure that work flow happens in a timely organized manner. The position will also be responsible the management and supervision of assigned athletic facilities, where they will be the point of contact and oversee maintenance and operations of those facilities. In addition, the position will work with the director and develop the annual budget and provide input and coordination of purchasing and vendor selection along with inventory control. The successful candidate should have good organization skills, good computer and communication skills and have the ability to work with a diverse clientele. The individual should have good working knowledge of mechanical equipment for maintenance needs.
Director of Capital Finance Boston Main Campus
Under the direction of the Associate Vice-President for Design & Construction, the Director of Capital Finance drives decision-making and prioritization for the capital construction program by analyzing finance data, identifying trends and developing best practices. Leads and evolves capital construction fiscal process improvements and automation efficiencies around planning and reporting to key stakeholders. Partners with cross-functional stakeholders to scope, establish, and develop a metrics program with a focus on driving efficiencies in capital construction. Conveys financial data-driven stories to technical and non-technical audiences around key business insights. Works with budget owners to improve fiscal understanding/accountability. Supports other fiscal staff with financial functions as necessary.
Senior Project Manager/Digital Producer Boston Main Campus
The Senior Project Manager/Digital Producer on the Enrollment Management team at Northeastern University reports into the Associate Director of Project Management and Operations and will advise, consult and guide the project management process for multiple, complex, cross-department projects. The person in this role will work closely with stakeholders in defining project charters, schedules and budgets and oversee the entire project lifecycle to deliver both comprehensive digital solutions as well as multi-channel creative campaigns. In addition to excelling in scope, time and budget management, the ideal candidate will also have a thorough understanding of both all phases of digital development including technical discovery, front end and back end development, (design, UX, content, UI development, engineering and quality assurance) as well as the full life cycle of creating marketing and advertising multi-channel assets.
Business Operations Associate Boston Main Campus
Reporting to the Director of Finance & Operations and working closely with the Office of the Chancellor Finance Team, the Business Operations Associate manages a portfolio of operational and restricted account budgets. The Business Operations Associate manages multiple budget indexes and participates in unit forecast exercises and quarterly reviews of expenditures and projections.
Facilities Operations Manager Boston Main Campus
Serves as a member of the Housing and Residential Life departmental management team and shares in the leadership, support, and assistance to Housing and Residential Life staff and students. Supervises a 20 hour a week Graduate Assistant and up to 12 student lock out assistants.
Occupational Safety Program Manager Boston Main Campus
The Occupational Safety Program Manager will provide risk assessment support and risk management guidance to faculty/staff/students on various occupational health and safety programs to maintain compliance with federal, state, and local regulations as well as promote an enhanced safety culture. Occupational health and safety programs require, in general, the technical insight on the recognition, evaluation, and control of hazards in the workplace. Anticipation of changes in work processes requires applying management of change principles to counteract potential for work related injury or illness, or otherwise affect the well-being of workers. The Occupational Safety Program Manager will conduct baseline surveys and audits to determine the extent of employee exposure to hazardous materials or other hazardous conditions especially with facilities operation and construction teams. Ability to review and evaluate facility construction, operations and maintenance programs especially with investigating environmental air quality or other worker exposure concerns as part of a multiple campus general safety program.
Biosafety Program Manager Boston Main Campus
The Biosafety Program Manager provides professional biosafety support services for faculty, staff, and students to maintain a safe and healthy working environment in academic research and teaching laboratories utilizing biohazardous materials. This manager reports to the EH&S Assistant Director for Research Safety Programs and provides guidance in the continuing improvement and implementation of the University’s Biosafety Program as well as administration of the University campus-wide Exposure Control Plan for potential exposure to bloodborne pathogens. Biosafety program management presents challenges where problems encountered are often non-routine, requiring detailed review of practices and precedents to recommend effective remedy. Often, risk assessments are not well defined for research safety concerns with potentially biohazardous materials. Thus, this position requires conducting independent research/analysis to identify appropriate and sometimes novel approaches to support the overall implementation of the biosafety program. Excellent coordination and communication skills are required to effectively negotiate and appropriately influence the safety behavior of individual lab workers, principal investigators, and interdisciplinary research groups towards implementing best management practices. Proven expertise in understanding all aspects of program/project phases and effectively managing projects. This is a team effort with other lab safety program managers not only for overall safety compliance but also for promoting an enhanced campus-wide safety culture.
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 research associates in the area of network science, biological networks and food, science of science, and machine learning/AI. For a range of projects characterizing the lab, see Our current work spans the applications of networks toward understanding human diseases, to quantifying success in scientific careers, and understanding the fundamentals of network dynamics.
Embedded Software Engineer I/II Burlington, MA Campus
KRI at Northeastern University, LLC is seeking highly motivated engineers to join a rapidly growing environment for cutting edge R&D related to unmanned and autonomous systems at our Innovation Campus in Burlington, MA (ICBM). The ICBM is home to one-of-a-kind research and test facilities for conducting activities related to a multitude of drone unmanned and autonomous system technologies. It consists of a state-of-the-art collaboration center as well as indoor and outdoor test ranges for testing aerial and ground systems and other devices such as antennas, navigation, and communications equipment. The lab is designed to be flexible and configurable to support current and future R&D activities related to UAS/UGS in order to advance the state of the research and solve real world problems. Targeted research, development, and test activities include counter-UAS (including non-kinetic/electromagnetic effects), networking, Cyber (vulnerability analysis/exploitation and system hardening), forensics, predictive analytics, autonomous operation, swarms, artificial intelligence/machine learning, machine vision, and UAS sensor technology for detection and tracking.

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