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Job Description: Welcome all guests and students who come through the front door. Answer phones and general questions. Assist with student & faculty questions and provide support as needed. Assist with both on and off campus events – Assist with various projects as requested. Serve as Co-chair of the Student Activity Squad. Co-manage student events and calendar.
Job Requirements: Comfortable in communicating on a regular basis with a wide variety of people. Proficient in word, excel and PowerPoint. Good organizational skills. Flexibility, a positive attitude and the ability to work independently and as a team member is crucial. Highly responsible and dependable are essential to be a successful candidate for this position.
Job Description: This position is in Seattle, Washington, at the NU Graduate Campus. This position will be expected to greet guests and students who come through the front door. Answer phones and general questions. Assist Staff and Faculty with a wide variety of administrative projects as needed. May include but not limited to, data entry, web page maintenance, creating & editing documents, research, assembling packets and mailings, set up and support events both on and off the campus.
Job Requirements: Comfortable in communicating on a regular basis with a wide variety of people. Proficient in word, excel and PowerPoint. Good organizational skills. Flexibility, a positive attitude and the ability to work independently and as a team member is crucial. Highly responsible and dependable are essential to be a successful candidate for this position. Preferred Skills/Qualifications:
•Experience working in education/higher education
•Experience with public speaking If interested in this position, please submit your resume and cover letter stating why you believe you are a good candidate for this job.
Job Description: This position is located in Seattle, Washington, at the NU Graduate Campus. The Seattle Campus Tech support assistant will help maintain, diagnose and solve computer related problems within the Administrative offices and campus fleet equipment, as well as set up for events on and off the campus requiring technical support. This position will work closely with the HELP Desk staff on the Boston Campus. Core responsibilities:
•Ensure that office, lab and faculty computers, i-pads, copiers and printers are functioning effectively
•Run regular updates as needed •Maintain inventory of all electronic equipment on campus
•Trouble shoot issues for staff, students and faculty •Liaise with help desk in Boston to maintain open line of communication
•Set up technical requirements as needed for large scale events and be on hand to trouble shoot unexpected issues Other responsibilities
•Assist with various research projects
•Post events and articles on various community websites
•Assist Social Media/Communications Manager with web design and postings
•Ongoing and special projects as needed
•High proficiency in general computer programs
•Ability to troubleshoot a broad range of general computer questions including e-mail settings and client installations, wireless configurations, basic hardware installations and desktop security
•Demonstrated ability to research and solve problems when a clear answer to a problem isn’t immediately available
•Good ability to communicate complex information in layperson terms to help facilitate a comfortable environment for those asking for help
•1+ years’ experience in coding
The Graduate School of Engineering at Northeastern University is seeking experienced instructors to teach part time in the M.S. in Engineering Management program or M.S. in Information Systems program at the Seattle, Washington campus.
Serious consideration is given to applicants with the following credentials, skills, and attitudes:
Successful applicants are typically hired as part-time faculty at Northeastern University’s College of Engineering. Instructors will teach for ~ 3 hours per week for the assigned semester. As positions arise, competitive applicants will be automatically considered for extended part-time and full-time positions.
Courses are offered primarily in the evening during the week. Successful hires need to be available to teach in the evening hours once per week at the Seattle campus.
To apply, please email Dr. Tristan Johnson, Executive Director of Graduate Education Initiatives at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please submit your resume and a cover letter stating the degree program that you would like to be considered for along with potential course topics that you would be qualified to teach.