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Academic Advisor Boston Main Campus
The main mission of the academic advisor is to ensure a student-centered academic advising environment for students in the academic departments (biology, chemistry, earth and environmental science, mathematics, physics, and psychology) and academic programs (behavioral neuroscience, biochemistry, and linguistics) in the College of Science. Advisors work closely with faculty advisors in their assigned departments/programs, as well as with academic coordinators and other advisors in the college to: advise undergraduates on a wide range of academic issues from orientation through academic progress to graduation. Advisors may also develop and assess support programs to enhance the students' academic experience and increase the retention of students, particularly freshmen, international students, and transfer students (NUin); coordinate various student services-related projects aimed at providing academic services and information to students; and may participate in teaching a first-year seminar course.
Postdoctoral Research Associate Boston Main Campus
The Bansil group is looking for a postdoctoral research associate to conduct research in the field of electronic structure, properties and spectroscopy of novel topological and non-topological materials.
Graduate Administrative Assistant Boston Main Campus
Provide professional administrative support to the Mathematics Department Business & Operations Mgr and the Graduate Director for graduate programs and related departmental activities.
Program Manager, Graduate School of Education Boston Main Campus
The Program Manager will assist the Director, Assistant Director, and Field Director of the Graduate School of Education in providing outstanding program management for GSE programs offered through Northeastern University.
Part-Time Lecturer Seattle Campus
The Department of Multidisciplinary Masters Degree programs, College of Engineering, invites applications for the Part-Time Lecturer position for teaching selected graduate courses in the Multidisciplinary Masters Degree programs in Seattle and Silicon Valley. See website for details of programs: http://www.coe.neu.edu/graduate-school/multidisciplinary Teach selected graduate courses in the Multidisciplinary Masters Degree programs. Responsibilities include preparation of course materials, examinations, and evaluation of student learning and performance in the course. Part time positions are available in Seattle and Silicon Valley.
Senior Asst Dir-Athletics Comm Boston Main Campus
Supervise and assist daily athletic communications for all sport seasons. Responsibilities include; Support the Associate Athletic Director for Communications, PR & Broadcasting with coverage of all 16 intercollegiate sports through communications, marketing, video and creative content. Create and manage an annual comprehensive social media plan to promote Northeastern student-athletes, coaches and athletics in all appropriate venues and that increases both public participation in, and local, state and national recognition of, Northeastern athletics.
Part-Time Lecturer Boston Main Campus
The Department of Multidisciplinary Masters Degree programs, College of Engineering, invites applications for the Part-Time Lecturer position for teaching selected graduate courses, specifically Telecommunication Systems Management and Internet of Things, in the Multidisciplinary Masters Degree programs at the Boston Main Campus. See website for details of programs: http://www.coe.neu.edu/graduate-school/multidisciplinary Responsibilities include preparation of lectures, course materials, examinations, and evaluation of student performance in the course.
Recycling/Solid Waste Manager Boston Main Campus
The Solid Waste Manager is responsible for the coordination and collection of solid waste and recyclables and the delivery of superior customer service to the University community, under the general direction of the Associate Director of Materials and Recycling.
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.
Administrative Assistant Boston Main Campus
Working closely with the Executive Assistant to the Vice President of Facilities Management, this position will provide administrative and organizational support to the Vice President and Associate Vice Presidents of the division.
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.
Part-Time Lecturer Boston Main Campus
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders seeks part-time instructors to teach undergraduate and graduate level courses in the following areas: fluency, child language disorders, phonetics, as well as other areas on an as needed basis.
Post Award Administrator Boston Main Campus
The Administrative Resource Center at the College of Engineering is seeking a Post Award Administrator. This position provides post-award support to College principal investigators (PI’s) by researching, interpreting, and applying the policies and procedures that govern grant, contract and internal awards. Responsibilities include providing monthly account reports and balances; reviewing expenditures for compliance; resolving accounting issues; meeting with PIs regularly to monitor and review portfolio; facilitating annual effort certifications; preparing projections for awards and working to resolve errors, request extensions, and properly close project accounts within policy guidelines and time requirements. The Post Award Administrator responsibilities also include the analysis of processes in order to improve workflow and work efficiencies; determine changes needed in order to avoid repetition of errors; plan for better faculty satisfaction for the management of their funded portfolio; and provide formal and informal training opportunities. Candidate will act as liaison between College, ORAF and other University units as needed. Perform related duties as assigned or required.
Director of Institutional Assessment and Evaluation Boston Main Campus
Northeastern University is seeking an innovative and knowledgeable professional for the position of Director of Institutional Assessment and Evaluation (DIAE).
Director of Administration and Finance Boston Main Campus
The Bouvé College of Health Sciences is seeking a Director of Administration and Finance to join their team in the Office of the Dean.
Assistant Director of Undergraduate Cohort & Special Programs Boston Main Campus
The Assistant Director of Undergraduate Cohort Programs will be responsible for the management of undergraduate cohort bachelor completion programs and special programs within the UG portfolio. This role will manage issues related to student enrollment and admissions and needs assessment for these programs. The Assistant Director of UG Cohort and Special Programs will also support the Director of Undergraduate Academic Operations and the Director of Academic Operations for the Lowell Institute School in developing business plans, program budgets, analyzing enrollment trends, establishing goals and benchmarks for new programs, and conducting regular program reviews.
Research Technician Boston Main Campus
Primary responsibilities include human subjects data collection (including subject recruitment and scheduling), basic data analysis (plotting graphs, etc.), database management, and equipment calibration, maintenance and troubleshooting. Data collection includes the Technician being a subject in experiments. Recruiting and supervising undergraduate research assistants is required. In addition, some administrative work is required, including writing laboratory and study-related documentation and purchasing supplies. The Technician will have daily/weekly progress report meetings with the lab head, and will participate in regular lab meetings including making presentations of data. Qualifications: Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in psychology, neuroscience, biology, computer science, cognitive science, or a related field is required. Some background in perception (especially vision) is a plus. Flexibility and willingness to learn new skills is important. Working knowledge of office computer software and basic computer skills; some familiarity with coding (especially Matlab) is a plus but not required. Data collection will include measurements on the research Technician her/himself, so normal color vision is a requirement. Additional Information: This is an ideal position for a recent college graduate who has long-term plans to attend graduate school in vision science, cognitive neuroscience, experimental psychology or related fields, and seeks additional research experience. The ideal candidate would make a two-year commitment.
Administrative Assistant Boston Main Campus
The Entrepreneurship & Innovation Group is a highly dynamic academic unit within the D'Amore-McKim School of business, composed of highly accomplished scholars and educators, most of whom have an active research agenda and strong connections with the business community. The domain of the group is closely aligned with the strategy of Northeastern University.
News Reporter Boston Main Campus
Temporary Position - Northeastern University is looking for a news reporter to produce great stories for its award-winning daily news organization, News@Northeastern. Northeastern is a large research university where many of the brightest minds innovate in labs, in classrooms and in the real world, every day. Our experiential learning programs take students around the world for work, research and study. The ideal candidate is an excellent writer who finds joy in identifying and telling stories, thinks creatively and collaboratively, and thrives in a fast-paced, innovative and multiplatform digital news operation. Does this sound like you? As a news reporter, you will conceptualize and write a range of news stories, features, and other materials, using the full array of digital storytelling platforms to promote Northeastern's programs, priorities, and community to internal and external audiences with the goal of increasing visibility and enhancing the university's reputation. You must be able to work on multiple projects simultaneously in a deadline-driven environment. You must be able to communicate to other members of the team from the outset of a project, and help conceptualize not just the writing, but also the visual and digital presentation of stories. Above all, you must be a superlative writer and storyteller.
Engineering Librarian Boston Main Campus
The Engineering Librarian leads research and instruction initiatives with the College of Engineering and affiliated labs, centers, and institutes. You’ll work with talented library staff, faculty, and students in shaping teaching and learning support including outreach, course-integration strategies, open workshop programming, online learning, collection development, and research consultation services. Working collaboratively across the library and beyond, you will play a key role designing experiential learning and research opportunities for engineering students utilizing library content, spaces, tools, and services, and partner with Research Data Services and other units to expand support for the research lifecycle, including data management, bibliometrics, and digital repository services. Assessing impact and engaging with the community to improve the user experience are critical for success. To the point: Be a collaborative and engaging expert; contribute to a strong team and staff culture; enhance core services; innovate and develop new research and instruction services. Help us expand the possible!

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