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.
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This is a 30-hour position located in Charlotte, North Carolina. Under the direction of the Associate Dean, the Event Coordinator focuses on three key areas: 1) event management and facilitation, 2), customer service, and 3) special projects and office support. The Event Coordinator manages events from origination to conclusion ensuring courteous sales, and successful, well-executed events.
With a broad knowledge base of the campus operations, courses, and programs, the Event Coordinator is responsible for promoting the event space for appropriate groups, providing tours and facility information, assisting on campus by 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.
Bachelor’s degree in related field and 2-3 years of event coordination or event management experience required. Strong organizational and communication skills, both verbal and written, are critical. 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 in a fast-paced environment and possess high levels of customer service and professionalism, particularly in stressful situations. Must have reliable transportation and be available for evening/weekend hours as needed.
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Northeastern University is currently seeking applications for PT Lecturers in Leadership to teach at the graduate level at our Charlotte, North Carolina Graduate Campus. Courses are offered in online and blended formats. There is opportunity for international travel/teaching. Courses begin every 6 weeks with starts in September, January and April. Multiple positions are available contingent upon enrollment, funding and departmental needs. Stipend rates per course.
The College is always seeking top-talent and faculty who have the ability to teach graduate courses within the Leadership degree program. Courses include (but are not limited to): Developing the Strategic Leader, Managing Organizational Culture, Dynamics of Change at the Community & Social Level, and Creating Leadership Capacity.
The position requires a doctorate degree and industry experience. A minimum of 3 years of documented successful teaching experience required. Experience teaching online is preferred. Experience working with international students a plus.
To apply for this position, please send a curriculum vitae, cover letter and references to Dee Masiello, Assistant Dean, Faculty & Academic Affairs.
The College of Professional Studies at Northeastern University invites applications for half-time faculty positions in our innovative graduate programs in Education that address the increasing need for individuals working in educational settings and other learning environments to possess graduate level competencies. The graduate programs are primarily on-line scholar-practitioner programs that prepare students to identify, investigate and respond to complex problems of practice and ultimately effect change in their organizations and society by integrating theory, research and practice in specialized areas.
The College seeks faculty who have the ability to teach and advise doctoral and masters’ level students in the field of education. Positions are 12-month non-tenure track teaching and advising focused position with renewable appointments. Actual course load may vary with other responsibilities.
The positions requires a doctorate in education; 2-3 years advising experience; and expertise in one of the following areas:
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