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Graduate Resident Assistant
Position Summary: The Graduate Resident Assistant (GRA) is a part-time professional staff member and is enrolled in a master’s degree program at an accredited university. Due to the expectation of after-hours and weekend responsibilities, this position requires the individual to be available outside traditional work hours to respond to student concerns and meetings. The GRA will report directly to the Seattle Operations Coordinator and be primarily responsible for working in the areas outlined below. This position requires the GRA to live on campus in University Leased Housing and manage a 24 -30 bed graduate residence hall.
Responsibilities: The Seattle Graduate Resident Assistantship offers experience in several functional areas of residential education and housing. Here is a brief overview of responsibilities:
Qualifications: The successful candidate(s) must be enrolled full-time in a master’s degree program at an accredited university. Preference will be given to those students enrolled in a program that focuses on Higher Education Administration or Student Development. Previous experience in Residential Life is strongly preferred. Candidates must also have strong oral and written communication skills, experience with presentations, team building and group facilitation, and be self-motivated with a strong desire to learn. Basic computer skills are necessary.
Employment Period/Hours: The term of appointment is for two academic semesters, beginning July 27, 2014 and ending August 31, 2015 (unless otherwise noted).
Remuneration: Graduate Resident Assistants will live in one of the leased housing units (during the academic year) and receive a stipend of $2,000 per semester.
Hours: An average of 20 office hours per week, including some evening and weekend hours.
Please send resumé and cover letter to Anne Maria Jacobson.
Enrollment Contact Representative
Enrollment Contact Representatives serve as the front line contact primarily via phone, with some email and web chat interactions, for parents and students and assists in the successful recruitment, enrollment and retention of prospective and current Northeastern students. The Enrollment Contact Representative will be expected to demonstrate leadership and problem-solving skills in making sound independent professional judgment to facilitate services for students. Enrollment Contact Representative’s duties will include, but not be limited to, the following:
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Job Developer & Employer Relations Manager
The Job Developer & Employer Relations Manager will develop and maintain co-op/internship positions for the Graduate Program of Computer and Information Science. He/she will work closely with the Director of Graduate Co-op and the Dean/CEO and staff of the Seattle campus, and others involved in west coast corporate outreach. The position will be based on the Seattle campus, however it will report to the Director of Graduate Co-op on the Boston campus to ensure consistency in the branding of our Co-op program. Training and periodic travel to the Boston campus and other west coast locations will be required, other meetings will be held via teleconference or televideo.
He/she will have a Bachelor’s degree, Masters preferred. Minimum of 3 to 4 years working in industry (high tech preferred). Individual must have strong communication and networking skills, demonstrated experience working collaboratively, developing strategy and closing deals. Previous experience in human resources/higher education and familiarity with technology companies a plus. Must have own transportation.
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Northeastern University of Boston, Massachusetts is seeking experienced ESL instructors to staff its Global Pathways Program on the Seattle campus.
We are interested in individuals with the following criteria:
Successful applicants will be hired as part-time faculty at Northeastern University’s NU Global department, which specializes in preparing international students for degree program study at Northeastern. Instructors will teach between 3 and 6 hours a week from September through December 2014. Depending on performance, there may be opportunity to extend the teaching assignment into 2015.
Please send resumé and cover letter to Katherine Calzada.
Part-time Lecturer – College of Engineering
The Graduate School of Engineering at Northeastern University is seeking experienced instructors to teach in the Engineering Management Program at the Seattle campus.
We are interested in individuals with the following credentials, skills, and attitudes:
Successful applicants will be typically hired as part-time faculty at Northeastern University’s College of Engineering. Instructors will teach for ~ 3 hours per week for the Fall 2014 Semester (September through December 2014). We may provide extended contracts for successful part-time faculty.
The Engineering Management courses are offered in the evening during the week. It is feasible that successful hires may continue to work their full time job provided that they are available to teach in the evening hours once per week.
Position Summary: Teach selected graduate courses in the Master of Science in Engineering Management Program. Course topics might include engineering probability and statistics, financial management, logistics, warehousing, scheduling, economic decision-making, project management, and operations research. Responsibilities include preparation of course materials, examinations, and evaluation of student learning and performance in the course.
Qualifications: PhD in relevant engineering discipline is encouraged (in a few cases a MS degree may be acceptable if the hire has significant work experience; some professional and/or teaching experience preferred). Must have strong, effective verbal skills to communicate and interact well with students in the classroom and in certain cases in a synchronous online environment.
Please email Dr. Tristan Johnson, Executive Director of Graduate Education Initiatives, if you are interested in more information or would like to be considered for the position. Feel free to attach your cover letter and resume.
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