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Network Architect Boston Main Campus
The Network Architect is responsible for architecture, design, testing and implementation of the University’s LAN, WAN, Internet, Intranet, and Cloud network infrastructure. This includes development and testing of router, switch, and wireless hardware and network management server configurations; supporting/troubleshooting of network/system problems; coordinating with vendors for installation of network hardware and systems, and implementation plans and timelines.
Associate Bioinformatician Boston Main Campus
The Research Computing (RC) team at Northeastern University (NU) seeks a motivated, self-starting individual to be a member of our dynamic team as an Associate Bioinformatician. The successful candidate will be a key link between the RC team and the research community at NU, including faculty and students across a broad range of departments, as well as outside users and partners, in order to help them understand and utilize RC resources for their research and teaching. As an Associate Bioinformatician at NU, your primary objective will be to support and enhance the research enterprise through direct interaction with faculty and students. You will assist research groups in taking full advantage of Discovery, NU’s 1,700+ node HPC cluster installed at the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center. You will help with optimization of code and leveraging of scheduler features to maximize throughput of jobs. In addition, you will work with research groups to help identify, implement and improve their computational and data workflow, as well as assist in facilitating computing and data infrastructure solutions specific to Northeastern University researchers. As a PhD level scientist, you will also participate in grant funding opportunities, and author research papers and presentations, with faculty members at Northeastern University.
UI/UX Designer Boston Main Campus
Northeastern University is advancing its next generation experiential leaning through the development of a student learning framework and platform that integrates what we know from the learning sciences about learning: Self-Authored Integrated Learning (SAIL). We are seeking a talented User Experience & User Interface (UX/UI) Developer to create beautiful, engaging and interactive experiences. It is critical that you have excellent taste and a creative mind that never stops coming up with new ideas and never runs out of energy to execute them. We believe inspiration can come from anywhere and experimenting with new ideas is a good thing. You must have strong communications skills and be versed in the latest design trends for all devices (mobile and web). You have to be able to maintain consistency of brand. You’ve worked with JAVA, RXSwift, IOS, Kotlin REACT and know what great digital story telling is, and know how UI/UX best practices can take great design to the next level. You will inspire innovative web and design trends and thrive in a fast paced, dynamic environment. As a member of the SAIL team in ITS https://sail.northeastern.edu/about/) the Experience Designer acts as a key member of the digital technology capability at Northeastern, helping to keep ITS at the forefront of higher education and deliver upon our university NU 2025 vision (https://www.northeastern.edu/2025/) and Robot Proof Future (http://robot-proof.com).
Android Developer (SAIL) Boston Main Campus
Northeastern University is advancing its next generation experiential leaning through the development of a student learning framework and platform that integrates what we know from the learning sciences about learning: Self-Authored Integrated Learning (SAIL). We are seeking an Android Developer who will bring added knowledge and frameworks to our talented SAIL team within ITS. This role will need to stay on the bleeding-edge of the mobile market and be motivated by the idea of implementing mobile new solutions and products. As a member of the SAIL team https://sail.northeastern.edu/about/) the Android Developer acts as a key member of the digital technology capability at Northeastern, helping to keep ITS at the forefront of higher education and deliver upon our university NU 2025 vision (https://www.northeastern.edu/2025/) and Robot Proof Future (http://robot-proof.com). Information Technology Services (ITS) is a partner in the advancement of teaching, learning, and research at Northeastern University. We forge pathways to academic and professional successes through secure, collaborative solutions that propel innovation on individual, institutional, and global levels. As a member of our team, you will be part of exciting technology initiatives not found at other universities. Learn more about our culture, benefits, and how you can bring digital learning to life with us.
Academic Instructional Technologist Boston Main Campus
The Academic Technology (AT) team at Northeastern University (NU) seeks a motivated, self-starting individual to be a member of our dynamic team as an Academic Instructional Technologist. The successful candidate will be a key link between the AT team and the teaching and learning community at NU, including faculty and students across a broad range of departments, as well as outside users and partners, in order to help them understand and utilize AT resources for their teaching and research missions. As an Academic Instructional Technologist at NU, your primary objective will be to support and enhance the teaching and learning enterprise through direct interaction with faculty and students. A key function will be to assist faculty in integrating technology into their in-person and online courses. Guidance on the appropriate use of educational technology tools to improve student outcomes will be provided to NU faculty across all colleges at the university. As a faculty facing member of the AT team, you will collaborate with other areas of the NU teaching and learning community (CATLR, SAIL, OEL, CPS) to provide a holistic approach to teaching and learning both in-person and online across the global NU community.
Associate Data Scientist Boston Main Campus
The Research Computing (RC) team at Northeastern University (NU) seeks a motivated, self-starting individual to be a member of our dynamic team as an Associate Data Scientist. The successful candidate will be a key link between the RC team and the research community at NU, including faculty and students across a broad range of departments, as well as outside users and partners, in order to help them understand and utilize RC resources for their research and teaching.
Director of Digital Studio Boston Main Campus
The Director of D.Studio will play a critical role in Information Technology Services, they will build and manage a team responsible for driving mature development practices that understand the creative process, lives for solving software architectural challenges, and loves bringing ideas to life through digital experiences.
Web Developer II (SAIL) Boston Main Campus
Northeastern University is advancing its next generation experiential learning through the development of a student learning framework and platform that integrates what we know from the learning sciences: Self-Authored Integrated Learning (SAIL). We are seeking a Web Developer who will bring added knowledge and frameworks to our talented SAIL web engineering team in ITS. This role will work closely with the iOS and Android developers. To date, the team works most with Ruby on Rails, & ReactJS. As a member of the SAIL team https://sail.northeastern.edu/about/) the Web Developer acts as a key member of the digital technology capability at Northeastern, helping to keep ITS at the forefront of higher education and deliver upon our university NU 2025 vision (https://www.northeastern.edu/2025/) and Robot Proof Future (http://robot-proof.com). Information Technology Services (ITS) is a partner in the advancement of teaching, learning, and research at Northeastern University. We forge pathways to academic and professional successes through secure, collaborative solutions that propel innovation on individual, institutional, and global levels. As a member of our team, you will be part of exciting technology initiatives not found at other universities. Learn more about our culture, benefits, and how you can bring digital learning to life with us.
QA Automation Engineer (SAIL) Boston Main Campus
Northeastern University is advancing its next generation experiential leaning through the development of a student learning framework and platform that integrates what we know from the learning sciences about learning: Self-Authored Integrated Learning (SAIL). We are seeking a QA Automation Engineer who will bring added knowledge and frameworks to our talented SAIL team within ITS. This role will work closely with our software developers to understand test coverage, write automated tests and implement solutions to your tests. As a member of the SAIL team https://sail.northeastern.edu/about/) the QA Automation Engineer acts as a key member of the digital technology capability at Northeastern, helping to keep ITS at the forefront of higher education and deliver upon our university NU 2025 vision (https://www.northeastern.edu/2025/) and Robot Proof Future (http://robot-proof.com). Information Technology Services (ITS) is a partner in the advancement of teaching, learning, and research at Northeastern University. We forge pathways to academic and professional successes through secure, collaborative solutions that propel innovation on individual, institutional, and global levels. As a member of our team, you will be part of exciting technology initiatives not found at other universities. Learn more about our culture, benefits, and how you can bring digital learning to life with us.
Service Delivery Manager Boston Main Campus
The Service Delivery Manager will lead IT service management activities across Information Technology Services and enterprise wide. This role is responsible for service management process implementation, service management metrics and reporting, and improvements to our IT Service Management platform. This role is also responsible for the day-to-day execution of the IT Change Management and resource management processes for Northeastern.
Senior High Performance Computing (HPC) System Administrator Boston Main Campus
The Research Computing (RC) team at Northeastern University (NU) seeks a motivated, self-starting individual to be a member of our dynamic team as a Senior HPC Systems Administrator. The successful candidate will help lead the administration, development, and expansion of both the Discovery cluster, as well as the full RC environment (VMs, storage, software, etc), within the RC team. As the Senior HPC Systems Administrator, your primary objective will be to monitor, maintain, secure, develop, and promote RC systems and solutions for faculty research and teaching. You will assist research groups in taking full advantage of Discovery, NU’s 1,000+ node HPC cluster installed at the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center. You will work closely with the RC team to develop a long-term strategy for the NU research enterprise, with a focus on minimizing risk and maximizing efficient utilization. In addition, you will help ensure researchers needs are met, and develop new and novel solutions to support research and teaching, as they pertain to RC systems and solutions.