Requisition Number: FTFR000305
Division/College: College of Computer and Information Science
FT/PT: Full Time
The Northeastern University program is a national leader in cooperative education in which students alternate between academic study and work experiences. This is a new full time, non-tenure track faculty position working with Master’s level students in the College of Computer and Information Science. The Assistant Cooperative Education Coordinator will: promote and present concepts of the theory and practice of cooperative education to students and employers, provide students with relevant educational work opportunities, coordinate with employers by working with supervisory, executive and human resources contacts, develop new and maintain ongoing co-op positions for students in the College of Computer and Information Science. In addition, the Coordinator will be expected to: maintain records of student experiences, collaborate with college and co-op education faculty and administration to help students integrate their co-op and academic education, coordinate with other co-op education faculty, administration, academic advisors and staff from the International Student and Scholar Institute, perform co-op teaching and be involved in departmental, college, and university service as assigned by the Assistant Dean of Cooperative Education and Student Services.
Master’s degree required and a minimum of three years of industry work experience preferred. Experience with international students preferred. Knowledge of cooperative education is a plus and excellent written and oral communication skills expected. Interest in the field of technology is preferred. Experience working with a diverse staff/student population, and a demonstrated commitment to achieving and maintaining diversity in the workplace required. He/she must have personal transportation and a valid driver’s license, as travel is required.
The establishment of Northeastern University – Seattle is the result of two years of intensive discussions between the university and the Seattle community. That research showed that Northeastern’s strengths in graduate education and research uniquely align with the Seattle region’s economic development and workforce priorities.
Northeastern University – Seattle will offer high-demand graduate degrees that fill the region’s critical needs for highly educated professionals in science and technology fields, business leadership, and health-care innovation.
Northeastern’s research focus, particularly in drug discovery, cybersecurity, global health, and energy storage and conversion, offers broad prospects for partnerships with the Puget Sound region’s growth businesses and new ventures.
The university will gain a stronger, more diverse student and alumni community, and expanded educational, research, and community partnerships.
Application should include resume and cover letter. Questions regarding this position should be directed to Mark Erickson, Assistant Dean of Cooperative Education and Student Services. 617 373 3458 firstname.lastname@example.org
To be considered for this position please visit our web site and apply on line at the following link: Careers@Northeastern
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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