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Head Coach-Men's Crew Boston Main Campus
Direct and manage all aspects of IRA Division I Men's Rowing Program. Train and coach student-athletes to maximize their potential during practice and competitions, provide strong student-athlete experience, recruit and retain students who can succeed at NU athletically and academically; supervise and mentor assistant coaches and staff; embrace compliance culture and academic integrity; oversee program budget and fundraise as needed; operate program within University and IRA guidelines; demonstrate commitment to department mission and core values; participate in public relation activities; schedule non-conference events.
International Marketing Manager Boston Main Campus
The International Marketing Manager is responsible for creating, deploying, tracking and measuring integrated marketing strategies for degree program and audience-specific initiatives offered through Northeastern University for prospective international students and partners. Strategies must drive and support annual enrollment goals, increase awareness and contribute to the overall success of Northeastern University and its programs. Plans incorporate an integrated mix of appropriate tactics and media, such as online/web advertising, search engine marketing, direct mail, radio, social, web content, recruitment materials, etc. The International Marketing Manager works under the Senior Director of International Enrollment Management (IEM) and works closely with the enrollment performance marketing, college success and technology units, the marketing and recruitment teams for the Global Campuses and the larger enrollment management unit to meet goals for assigned projects and portfolios.
Research Engineer III, Robotics & Automation Washington, DC Campus
Northeastern University’s Kostas Research Institute (KRI) focuses on research and applications to national security challenges. Our program in robotic autonomy, decision-making and human-device teaming focuses on force readiness and force protection to drive technology and prototype development in a variety of government-backed initiatives. We are seeking a talented and motivated Robotics Engineer to join our growing team and collaborate with a cross-disciplinary team of engineers, PhDs, and Professors. As a member of our technical staff, you’ll be working to jointly prepare a program vision, develop proposals and project concepts, and deliver prototype systems for meaningful field testing. Responsibilities: In this role, you will be working University-owned Research Institute with a team that is focused on • Robotic/autonomous navigation, human interaction, and perception for (primarily) defense and security applications • Developing, creating, or deploying navigation or perception software onto the robotic systems which may be commercially available or custom built. • Integrating AI/ML technology to improve autonomous control and decision making as well as human-device cooperation. Your primary focus will be to expand the autonomous perception, localization, and mapping capabilities of these robotic systems. You will be working in a collaborative environment to develop technology and prototype systems, identify next-step goals and development opportunities, coordinate multi-participant grant-funded programs, and coordinate/oversee the smooth delivery of deliverables vs program goals and milestones. This position is based in the Arlington, VA office.
Student Philanthropy Officer Boston Main Campus
Northeastern University seeks a self-motivated and creative Student Philanthropy Officer to create and implement exciting opportunities for undergraduate students that will promote a lifelong philanthropic relationship with the Office of Alumni Relations (OAR), the Advancement Division, and ultimately the university.
International Student & Scholar Advisor Boston Main Campus
Under the supervision of the Associate Director within the Office of Global Services, the International Student and Scholar Advisor (ISSA) coordinates advising needs and student caseloads of OGS teams and, as DSO and ARO, provides advising services to international students and scholars regarding visa and SEVIS-related regulations and compliance. The ISSA identifies and gauges the constantly changing peak schedules and needs of the functions of OGS teams and advises the managers and Director of Compliance and Services to allocate cross-team resources to maximize teams' workflow, efficiency, and capacity. The ISSA advises international students in F-1 and J-1 visa classification and scholars in all aspects of SEVIS regulations to ensure maintenance of their non-immigrant status and advises them on a wide range of immigration and SEVIS regulations. Interprets F-1 and J-1 visa regulations to ensure compliance, and provide counseling and advising support to international students and scholars on immigration related matters, and other support issues. The ISSA supports students and scholars in F-1 and J-1 non-immigrant status in the area of immigration regulations and SEVIS procedures related to training and employment. Offers guidance to NU academic departments and key contacts on regulatory requirements, institutional policies, and OGS protocols.
Postdoctoral Research Associate Boston Main Campus
The postdoctoral research associate will work on an NSF-funded research project under the supervision of Professor Günther K.H. Zupanc, Head of the Laboratory of Neurobiology. The project aims at examining the role of astrocytes in the regulation of sexually dimorphic neural oscillations of a brainstem nucleus in the weakly electric fish Apteronotus leptorhynchus. To achieve this objective, the successful candidate will have a genuine interest in neuroethological systems, with a strong background in quantitative morphological analysis involving immunohistochemistry, in situ hybridization, confocal laser scanning microscopy, image analysis, 3D reconstruction, as well as management and analysis of large data sets. Besides the histological work, the researcher will contribute to experiments involving pharmacological manipulation of glial function and analyzing this effect on the electric organ discharge of the fish. The researcher will also take pride in becoming the primary manager of the fish facility of the Laboratory of Neurobiology. In addition to the direct involvement in research and animal care, the postdoctoral research associate will participate in the writing of manuscripts, preparation of grant proposals, supervision of students, and participation of outreach activities. A team-oriented attitude is essential.
Part Time Pediatric Phlebotomist Boston Main Campus
The Health Technology Lab is looking to hire a pediatric phlebotomist for a research study starting from Spring 2021.
Head Coach-Women's Basketball Boston Main Campus
Direct and manage all aspects of NCAA Division I Women's Basketball program. Coach, monitor and develop recruiting programs; provide distinct and meaningful student experience, supervise activities of assistant coaches and administrative/operations staff; maintain academic integrity of program; assist with fund raising; operate program within NCAA, University and Conference guidelines; demonstrate commitment to department mission and core values; participate in public relation activities; assist with scheduling of non-conference games.
Research Development Officer Boston Main Campus
Reporting to the Director of Research Development and Strategic Projects, the Research Development Officer (RDO) helps to produce, manage and implement a suite of programs and services designed to increase the competitiveness of proposals for extramural funding, with an emphasis on projects that can scale to major center-level initiatives.
Senior Systems Coordinator Boston Main Campus
The Senior Systems Coordinator will work with the Engineering Computer Center team to manage and maintain the College of Engineering computer network services and provide support to faculty, staff, and students.
Lead-Research Application Support Boston Main Campus
The Division of Information Technology Services (ITS) is currently seeking a talented individual to fill the role of Lead of Research Application Support. This position will be responsible for all-things related to supporting our extensive and diverse research enterprise initiatives. This includes contributing to training and knowledge, and collaborating with the Customer Experience team to ensure proper support is maintained. Customer Experience is the first line of IT support for the university, and they will escalate to this role/team. We are looking for a mentor to work with Customer Experience (CX) resources to provide the best experience for our growing research environments. The ideal candidate should possess skills in problem solving, training/curriculum building, delegation, and innovative thinking. This Lead will build their own small, specialized, workforce to supplement support needs once settled into the role. As the Lead for Research Application support, 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. Working closely with representatives across these organizations, the Lead of Research Application support will drive the day-to-day tasks and compliance of the extended team.
ServiceNow Developer/Administrator - Remote Opportunity Boston Main Campus, Remote
Northeastern University is seeking a ServiceNow Developer/Administrator to join as a core team member of the Service Management & IT Operations team within the Information Technology Services division. The ServiceNow Developer/Administrator will be responsible for core system configuration, gathering and documenting requirements, and development on the ServiceNow platform.
Assistant Director - Asian American Center Boston Main Campus
The Assistant Director of the Asian American Center at Northeastern is one member of a dynamic team of professionals at Northeastern focused on developing an intentional and student-centered space for the exploration of identity on campus. The Assistant Director at the Asian American Center will play an integral role in programs at the Asian American Center focusing on the themes of community engagement within the context of Asian American student life on campus. This individual will work directly with Asian American Heritage Week, programs associated with student organizations on campus, and the Asian American Center’s community engagement and service opportunities. The Assistant Director will oversee the Asian American Center’s marketing and social media activities. The Assistant Director will work very closely with the Director to develop a comprehensive infrastructure that effectively supports the growth and advancement of the Asian American Center. This individual will assist the Director in overseeing the successful implementation of departmental operations, aligning the mission of the Asian American Center with the strategic planning efforts of Student Affairs and the agenda and initiatives shared by areas within Cultural Life.
Director-Center for Intercultural Engagement Boston Main Campus
The Center for Intercultural Engagement (CIE) at Northeastern University strives to create a community that is inclusive of all populations on campus. With a focus on exploring the connections within, between and across identity groups, the Center maintains a transformative and supportive environment by fostering a community that respects and values the perspective, contribution and experience of everyone at Northeastern. To lead this effort, the CIE seeks a Director with proven effectiveness and expertise in identity-based programming who lead the evolution of this Center. Reporting to the Assistant Dean in the Division of Student Affairs, the Director is charged with the continued growth of the Center and will be responsible for articulating a strategic vision, identifying key priorities and partnerships that result in increased cultural competence for all of our students in addition to maintaining a space to explore the multitude of identities that make up our community. The Director will possess a multi-faceted approach to identity-based programming and will work in tandem with student leaders on the creation of a robust programming calendar that offers our community with opportunities to engage in dialogues around difference, receive trainings that are vital to creating constructive change and attend identity-based socials that bring together students with intersecting identities, among others. To aid in the delivery of these critical programs and services, the Director will be responsible for overseeing all administrative aspects of the Center including but not limited to: fiscal oversight; supervision of full time staff and the student fellows; and spearheading a creative marketing/social media plan that is designed to reach students who capitalize on global experiences.
Student Services Coordinator Boston Main Campus
The Coordinator of Student Services is an intricate member of a team whose goal is to facilitate access and retention of Latino students at Northeastern University. Success for Latino students in Higher Education is predicated on understanding of many factors. Latinos are more likely to be first generation college students, have greater financial need and traditionally live at home more often than average students. The role of the Coordinator of Student Services is to take these challenges and assist the student in navigating through the University system. The Coordinator of Student Services will provide individual assistance, monitor student progress, responsible for all assessment, logistical and office support to student programs and services. The Coordinator of Student Services will also be responsible social networking and online communications. He/she will be responsible for the creation and maintenance of all virtual communities. The Coordinator of Student Services will also be the liaison between the Latino/a Student Cultural Center and student leaders and affinity groups. They will be responsible for coordinating the Los Huskies Leadership and Mentorship Programs, as well as the Los Huskies Coalition and LSCC Ambassadors Program. The Coordinator of Student Services will lead all LSCC student leadership initiatives. She/he will work with key university constituents to ensure programs are relevant and keeping up with student leadership trends in student affairs.
Assistant Director Social Justice Resource Center Boston Main Campus
The Social Justice Resource Center was founded in 2011. It has grown programmatically over the last few years. Its expansion is the result of the increased engagement of Northeastern students around matters of social issues locally, nationally and internationally. Northeastern seeks to retain a talented professional to help guide these conversations and student advocacy around contentious issues. The Assistant Director will provide leadership to ensure that campus programming is enriched, and competencies of global citizenship, critical thinking and pluralism are cultivated throughout the student body through programming, leadership development and mentorship/coaching. This work must be done especially among students who self-identify as change agents or activists through intentional relationship building and support for them. The Assistant Director will also be responsible for curating the SJRC space on campus from an intersectional lens that accounts for how sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, class, ability status etc. interacts with a person's experience of their racial/ethnic identity. The focus will be to identify innovative ways to bring students from different backgrounds together in order to enrich their skills, relationships and ability to communicate and collaborate across difference. To be successful, the Assistant Director will work closely with other departments, areas, and divisions across campus. The Assistant Director will work with stakeholders across campus to develop a comprehensive infrastructure that effectively supports the growth and advancement of the Northeastern students' social consciousness. They will be instrumental in overseeing the successful implementation of creative programming, aligning the strategic planning efforts of Enrollment Management & Student Affairs, and the agenda and initiatives shared by areas within Cultural, Residential and Spiritual Life.
Assistant Director - LGBTQA Resource Center Boston Main Campus
Reporting to the Director of the LGBTQA Resource Center, the Assistant Director will foster greater awareness, knowledge and skills around LGBTQA+ identities, culture and inclusion through providing individualized, in person and online support for LGBTQA+ learners. The Assistant Director will work with the Director toward the goal of increasing a sense of belonging and leadership for LGBTQA+ learners. The Assistant Director will further develop and grow the Center's engagement and support to meet the needs of a diverse LGBTQA+ population on Northeastern's campuses as well as a growing network across the globe. The Assistant Director will plan, organize and execute signature programs, including but not limited to OUTober Pride and History Month, Rainbow Graduation and ReachOUT LGBTQA Career Conference as well as leadership programming, including NU Queers and the Queer Assembly. The Assistant Director will provide direct support and meet with learners one-on-one, provide referrals, and mentor and advise student organizations and affinity groups as needed. In addition, the Assistant Director will also focus their efforts on creating and sustaining a support system for international students who identify as LGBTQA+. Additionally, the Assistant Director will serve as a Center representative for collaborative projects and outreach, and may be called upon to represent the Center on division-wide or university-wide committees. This position requires frequent nights and weekends to ensure the success of programs and services.
Student Services Specialist Boston Main Campus
The Student Services Specialist in the D’Amore-McKim School of Business plans and delivers student services programs (including yield management activities) for the students in the MS in Innovation (MSI) program (online.) and the MS in Business Analytics (MSBA) program (online and on-campus).
Open Rank - Assistant or Associate Teaching Professor Boston Main Campus
The English Department Writing Program of Northeastern University seeks to fill two benefits-eligible, full-time, non-tenure track positions for Assistant or Associate Teaching Professors, beginning in fall 2021.
Open Rank Full Time Faculty: MS in Project Management (Maine) Portland, ME Campus
The Northeastern University College of Professional Studies and the Roux Institute invite applications for a full-time, non-tenure track, open-rank faculty position to support the Master of Science in Project Management degree program. The Roux Institute is designed as an engine of innovation, talent, and economic growth in Portland, the state of Maine, and the region. Partnership is what sets our education and research model apart. With leading companies at the table from day one, we are creating an agile workforce prepared to thrive in a competitive landscape powered by artificial intelligence as a force for good, and an environment for innovation in the life sciences and other high-growth sectors. The Master of Science in Project Management program is one of the largest Project Management programs in North America and is a GAC® (Global Accreditation Center) accredited by the Project Management Institute, Inc. In addition to Portland, ME, classes are offered in an online, blended, and/or hybrid format at the University’s Main Campus in Boston and Regional Campuses in Charlotte, NC; Seattle, WA; Silicon Valley, CA; Toronto; and Portland, ME.

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