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Assistant/Associate Teaching Professor Boston Main Campus
The Biochemistry Program at Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts invites applications from qualified candidates for a full-time, non-tenure track faculty position with the title of Assistant Teaching Professor in Biochemistry. This position has significant opportunity for career advancement. The Biochemistry Program is a highly interdisciplinary program that is jointly administered by the Departments of Biology and of Chemistry and Chemical Biology for nearly 400 majors and combined majors.
Associate Director, Technical Support Boston Main Campus
The Associate Director for Technical Support will report to the Senior Director of Technology & Operations. The Associate Director for Technical Support will manage hardware and software support within Student Affairs. The associate director will be responsible for database administration tasks for SQL Server and Oracle databases. Provide oversight and perform systems administration tasks, including user accounts administration, configuration, managing storage, performance and security monitoring, system upgrades, testing, troubleshooting, auditing, and archiving. Review, update, and create new interfaces between systems.
Assistant/Associate Teaching Professor Boston Main Campus
The Department of Marine and Environmental Sciences at Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts invites applications from qualified candidates for a full-time, non-tenure track faculty position, which includes service as the director of our growing MS in Environmental Science and Policy (ESP) program. Primary responsibilities include taking on responsibility for the implementation and growth of the ESP program and teaching courses that serve both our undergraduate majors and the ESP and other graduate programs. We seek broadly trained candidates with expertise in areas such as natural resource management, sustainability sciences, conservation biology, environmental/land use planning, environmental water quality/restoration, or related fields. Candidates who can leverage their prior experience with government, industry or non-profit organizations to enhance experiential learning opportunities for students are strongly encouraged to apply. Given the diversity of our curriculum, we seek candidates that can offer both day and evening courses. The Department of Marine and Environmental Sciences is strongly interdisciplinary, and administers programs in the College of Science at Northeastern University in Environmental and Sustainability Sciences, Environmental Studies, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, and Marine Biology. The Department also contributes to the curriculum for undergraduates majoring in Biology. Northeastern University occupies a vibrant 67-acre campus in the heart of Boston, surrounded by other leading educational, health care, technological, and research institutions, as well as world-renowned venues for art and music (see cos.northeastern.edu/mes). The Department of Marine and Environmental Sciences also operates the Nahant Campus, which serves as the location for the Coastal Sustainability Institute and the Marine Science Center.
Administrative Coordinator Boston Main Campus
We are seeking an Administrative Coordinator for the Antimicrobial Discovery Center. The administrative coordinator will report to the Director of the Center and will provide diversified support in the areas of personnel, finance, and grant administration for a team of faculty, scientist, postdoctoral scholars, and graduate students.
Postdoctoral Research Associate Boston Main Campus
The Wanunu Lab is looking for a postdoctoral associate in the field of nanopore science who can perform experiments using solid-state nanopores for a federally-funded research project.
Assistant Director, DRC Operations Boston Main Campus
The Assistant Director of DRC Operations is responsible for the oversight of note-taking services, exam coordination and general front desk operations, and documentation intake processes. The position will also serve as a disability specialist for students with a variety of disabilities, determining reasonable accommodations as a member of the documentation review committee, holding student intake meetings, offering individual meetings to support students’ self-determination and self-advocacy skills.
Assistant/Associate/Full Professor Boston Main Campus
The Supply Chain and Information Management (SCIM) Group of the D’Amore-McKim School of Business at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts invites applications for tenured or tenure-track positions, with employment beginning in the 2020-21 academic year. Qualified candidates at the Full Professor level will be considered for an Operations and Supply Chain Management position. Candidates at the Assistant/Associate/Full Professor rank will be considered for an MIS position.
Full Professor Boston Main Campus
The Management and Organizational Development (MOD) Group of the D’Amore-McKim School of Business at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts invites applications for a tenured faculty position, with employment beginning in the 2020-21 academic year. Qualified candidates at the Senior (tenured) Professor level will be considered.
Post Doctoral Teaching Associate Boston Main Campus
Post Doctoral Teaching Associates for Communication Studies
Coordinator of eSports & Club Sports Boston Main Campus
Under the direction of the Associate Director of Club Sports & eSports, the Coordinator of eSports & Club Sports is responsible for assisting with the development and administration of a comprehensive eSport program, assisting with the management of Carter Playground, and assisting with the administration of the Club Sport program. Northeastern University has some of the most competitive Club Sports Teams in New England supporting over 50 competitive teams, and is one of the largest Club Sport programs in the U.S.
Student Support Specialist Boston Main Campus
The mission of the We Care program is to support any learner who experience difficulty maintaining academic progress due to personal challenges or external obstacles. We Care provides assistance to learners by providing resources, referrals and guidance to help the learner overcome the difficult circumstances. He/she/they will be responsible for data analysis, reporting and documenting of We Care services including walk-in’s, phone calls, and emails to We Care. This role also serves as the primary point of contact for all web content management and social media outlets for outward-facing communications within We Care. Responsibilities will include managing Word Press web content to ensure information is accurate, timely and kept up to date. The representative will maintain an active social media presence for We Care to keep students interested, engaged, and up to date on related programs and processes; platforms will include Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc.
Development Officer Boston Main Campus
Northeastern University seeks a proactive and entrepreneurial Development Officer for Athletics to implement fundraising initiatives and strategies targeted to alumni, parents and friends of Northeastern University Athletics. The Development Officer is responsible for identifying and building strong relationships with prospective donors, developing and driving strategies for their cultivation, soliciting gifts at both the major gift and leadership gift level and providing exceptional stewardship to donors.
IT & AV Assistant Boston Main Campus
Assists with the day-to-day IT & AV based operation of the College of Arts, Media and Design (CAMD).
Academic & Career Advisor Boston Main Campus
The Northeastern University College of Professional Studies invite applications from qualified individuals to provide graduate and undergraduate students a personalized academic and career advising experience from the point of admission through graduation and beyond.
Graduate Financial Aid Assistant Boston Main Campus
The Graduate Financial Aid Assistant is responsible for providing the highest level of customer service to students, applicants and their families seeking information and/or assistance via email, phone or in person from Student Financial Services. The Graduate Financial Aid Assistant also provides administrative and counseling support by assisting and resolving inquiries, contacting other university offices as needed, and assisting with auditing of students’ federal eligibility and aid awards. The Graduate Financial Aid Assistant is also responsible for the intake of financial aid paperwork and other disseminated materials for incoming and returning students.
Program Coordinator Boston Main Campus
The College of Engineering Communication Lab (CommLab) is a discipline-specific peer-coaching academic program that identifies, trains and utilizes a network of peer coaches to help students gain key transferrable communication skills. The CommLab serves primarily COE graduate students and post-docs in participating COE departments. The CommLab also offers an opportunity for the CommLab Fellows, participating COE department PhD students, to enhance their own communication skills by learning through teaching, running workshops, and partnerships with faculty. The program operates in a matrix fashion, wherein each participating department hires CommLab Fellows who report administratively to the department but report functionally to the CommLab Director. This allows the program to maintain a central core of excellence and yet to tailor and deliver the material according to the culture and goals of the individual engineering departments, utilizing the expertise of trained engineering students within the individual departments.
Senior Director of Product Management Boston Main Campus
The Senior Director of Product Management will serve as a leader in delivering new and innovative products to the students, customers, and end-users of Northeastern University. This position will embrace industry-aligned best practices in product management and evidence-based, best-in-class learning experience design for the and the broader mission of the university. This individual will oversee general operations of the OEL Product Management team and be responsible for the mentoring and management of staff, to serve as a voice of innovation and to support the efforts of his/her team to deliver captivatingly rich, learner-centric learning experiences, from non-credit learning modules to full academic course experiences. He/she will develop appropriate professional development opportunities and process enhancements for team and individual growth.
Assistant/Associate/Full Professor Boston Main Campus
The Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders in the Bouvé College of Health Sciences at Northeastern University announces a tenure-track open faculty position. The area of research is open to all areas within speech and language, with specific interest in individuals with a research focus that is translational or has a clinical emphasis. The opening is an academic year, benefits-eligible position commensurate with the candidate’s qualifications. The start date is fall 2020.
Chair, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences Boston Main Campus
The Northeastern University Bouvé College of Health Sciences’ School of Pharmacy is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Chair of the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences.
Assistant Athletic Trainer Boston Main Campus
The Athletic Trainer works under the direction of the Director of Sports Medicine. This position will deliver athletic training services to effectively manage all injuries/illnesses incurred by intercollegiate athletes. This includes prevention, evaluation, management, and reconditioning of athletic injuries to assure the safety and well-being of student athletes. Included is the provision of emergency medical services at intercollegiate athletics team practices/events to manage potentially catastrophic and acute athletic injuries/illnesses. In addition, direction and supervision of Sports Medicine Fellows, Physical Therapy undergraduate and graduate students as well as other clinical students and interns associated with the Sports Medicine and/or Sports Performance Department is also expected. This position is a 9-month, benefits-eligible position.

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