Jobs at Northeastern University–Charlotte

Thank you for your interest in working for Northeastern University–Charlotte.  At Northeastern University, we strive to create a vibrant and diverse community, characterized by collaboration, creativity and an unwavering commitment to excellence. Our core mission is to educate students for a life of fulfillment and accomplishment and to create and translate knowledge to meet global and societal needs.

Northeastern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Educational Institution and Employer, Title IX University. Northeastern University particularly welcomes applications from minorities, women and persons with disabilities. Northeastern University is an E-Verify Employer.

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Business Development Officer

Under the direction of the Charlotte Regional Dean & CEO and the university Chief Business Development Officer, the Business Development Officer will identify, initiate, and develop business-to-business opportunities that leverage the full portfolio of professional programs at the University. The individual in this position will lead relationship-building activities with potential corporate, higher education, non-profit, and government partners that provide opportunities for alignment with the university’s growth initiatives. The Business Development Officer will be responsible for managing on-going relationships with partners and make adjustments to existing partnerships as necessary. This position will require extensive outreach efforts and interpersonal communications, as well as strong relationship-building skills. A successful candidate will be entrepreneurial and strategic and will be adept at identifying and understanding the needs of a potential partner and determining how the university’s educational offerings can be of value to that entity. The primary focus of this position is in creating strategic partnerships along the East Coast, with a home base in Charlotte, NC. We view these corporate partnerships as a key means to achieve our student enrollment objectives at our graduate campuses.

The individual in this role must be results-driven and will have daily oversight and accountability of business development activities to meet established enrollment and revenue goals. The Business Development Officer will work very closely with regional campus staff, academic representatives, and leadership from the Northeastern University Global Network to perform ongoing assessments of the educational needs of corporations in the defined region and articulate strategies of how to successfully engage with partners. In particular, this person will be a key member of the overall recruiting team and will collaborate and coordinate their efforts with the Assistant Directors of Admissions at the regional campus and with colleagues in Boston. The individual in this role will be evaluated on quantitative measures related to prospective student, applicant, and enrollment volume; as such, the individual must be motivated to meet established goals but must not risk over-promising and under-delivering. Frequent travel to potential and existing partner sites is anticipated; while travel will largely be regional in nature, candidates should expect periodic travel on a national and global basis in order to support university partners that have a presence beyond the region.

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Campus Assistant

Part-time; 20-30 hours/per week

Summary: Under the direction of the Campus Administrative Officer, the Campus Assistant will support the mission and activities of Northeastern University-Charlotte in four key areas: 1) on-campus & community events, 2), customer service, 3) special projects, and 4) general campus support.

Overview: With a broad knowledge base of the campus operations, programs and services, the Campus Assistant is responsible for assisting in a variety of support capacities.  These include welcoming visitors, directing prospective students, corporate clients or other guests to the appropriate staff, supporting the facilitation of campus and non-campus based activities, and assisting with campus operations and special projects as needed. The Campus Assistant serves as the primary contact for events including room set-up, vendor liaison and other support to ensure well-executed events.

Knowledge, Skill Sets, and Experience:  Bachelor’s degree required along with 2-3 years of professional work experience.  Event coordination or event management experience strongly recommended.  Strong organizational and communication skills, both verbal and written, are critical to this role. Must be extremely detail-oriented, be able to work independently and prioritize work to meet campus and client expectations.  Must have ability to make sound decisions and judgments to best serve client’s needs and meet campus goals.  Must have demonstrated ability to multitask, and see projects through from conception to execution.  Strong project management and budget management skills are preferred. Must demonstrate the ability to work with a diverse population and possess high levels of customer service and professionalism, particularly in stressful situations.  Must have reliable transportation and be available for early mornings, evenings and weekends hours as needed.

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