Find out more information here about employment opportunities both abroad and in our Boston office:
Site Staff Positions
The N.U.in Program is committed to maintaining an academically challenging, healthy and safe environment for all students. As part of this commitment, Northeastern provides staff members at each location who accompany and provide on-site support to students, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The N.U.in team and our partner institutions understand that first-year students have different needs than students further along in their college career, and are fully committed to supporting them.
Our team of superior site staff is critical to the success of The N.U.in Program. Site staff are dedicated to supporting our students to have meaningful and exceptional academic and cross-cultural experiences. These highly demanding positions require a significant amount of patience, flexibility, assertiveness, diplomacy, self-initiative, as well as substantial experience living abroad and working under challenging conditions. Our site staff embody the mission and values of The N.U.in Program and Northeastern University and work/live in close proximity to around 50-200 first-year students and work non-traditional hours to ensure the safety and wellbeing of students.
Site staff are highly qualified, carefully selected, individuals who live abroad with students selected to participate in The N.U.in Program. Site staff serve as the professional on-site resource to students at one of our N.U.in international partner institutions. The N.U.in on-staff roles are to support the physical, emotional, social, and academic needs of first-year students. These staff members, in addition to support staff at the host institution, focus on creating positive and valuable learning experiences for students in their academic coursework, and student residences. N.U.in staff members interact with students daily and focus on creating an environment that promotes student success. This position is a non-benefits eligible, short–term commitment, with full work days in Boston (June 2019) and internationally for the Fall 2019 semester. Attendance at educational sessions held in Boston in June is required. Departure for an international site placement varies from July – September dependent on location.
Learn more about our site staff positions and apply here:
International Coordinator: http://neu.peopleadmin.com/postings/59721
Program Liaison: http://neu.peopleadmin.com/postings/59723
*N.U.in staff will be present at NASPA’s The Placement Exchange in Los Angeles March 6-9*
Step 1- Review of Applications
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis beginning in early February and are first reviewed by the site staff hiring committee. You may submit an application for as many positions as you qualify for. This will not hinder your chances of being selected. We recommend applying by Friday, March 1, 2019 for best consideration. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling/as needed basis after March 1.
Step 2- Interviews with Finalists
If you are selected as a finalist for a position, you will be contacted for an interview(s). If you are not selected, once the position is filled, you will receive an email notification.
Step 3- Location Placements Made
Site staff international assignment decisions are made throughout the Spring. Our aim is to build a team for each N.U.in program location that will work well together to fulfill the mission of the university, and as such location assignments are subject to change based on the needs of the N.U.in program. Cultural and language experience in the regions we operate and location preferences are considered. Careful attention is given to each individual’s skills and experience. The N.U.in Program seeks individuals who have the personal and professional flexibility to succeed at any of our 2019 N.U.in program locations.
Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions regarding employment with the N.U.in Program.
Boston Office Positions
Working in The N.U.inProgram’s Boston office at Northeastern University means being a part of an innovative and collaborative team. There are no positions currently available.
Equal Opportunity Employer
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. We seek accomplished faculty and staff to help us advance this mission.
Northeastern University is an equal employment opportunity employer. We encourage anyone, regardless of race, age, creed, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, sex, gender, disability, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or pregnancy, to apply.