Open RankAbout Northeastern:Founded in 1898, Northeastern is a global research university andthe recognized leader in experience-driven lifelong learning. Ourworld-renowned experiential approach empowers our students,faculty, alumni, and partners to create impact far beyond theconfines of discipline, degree, and campus.Our locations—in Boston; Charlotte, North Carolina; London;Portland, Maine; San Francisco; Seattle; Silicon Valley; Toronto;Vancouver; and the Massachusetts communities of Burlington andNahant—are nodes in our growing global university system. Throughthis network, we expand opportunities for flexible,student-centered learning and collaborative, solutions-focusedresearch.Northeastern’s comprehensive array of undergraduate and graduateprograms— in a variety of on-campus and online formats—lead todegrees through the doctorate in nine colleges and schools. Amongthese, we offer more than 195 multi-discipline majors and degreesdesigned to prepare students for purposeful lives andcareers.About the Opportunity:The Khoury College of Computer Sciences and Department ofElectrical and Computer Engineering (College of Engineering) atNortheastern University invite applications for multiple positionsat the rank of Assistant Teaching Professor/Associate TeachingProfessor/ Teaching Professor in the Master’s Degree and the AlignBridge Program at The Roux Institute at Northeastern in Portland,Maine beginning in January 2021, June 2021, or September2021.The Roux Institute represents an exciting expansion of NortheasternUniversity’s global network to Portland, Maine. The mission of theRoux Institute is to develop and attract new talent to Maine,making Portland a hub for tech and the life sciences. In thisenvironment, teaching faculty will build out and offer traditionalcourses and have the opportunity to develop more customizededucational experiences.The Align Bridge Program’s mission is to close America’s techdiversity gap. We are reinventing Computer Science post-graduateeducation with an innovative Experiential Masters in CS forNon-Computer Science Majors. Scaling the Align program is a highpriority initiative of Northeastern University’s Khoury College ofComputer Sciences.Women represent more than 50% of all bachelor’s degree recipientsbut only 19.5% of CS graduates. Similarly, minoritized groupsrepresent 25% of all bachelor’s degree recipients but just 10% ofCS graduates. By closing these gaps, we will address not only amajor economic issue, but also a profound issue of social equityand inclusion.The Align MS in CS program differs from a typical MS in CS programin several ways. It is- designed for students who did not earn an undergraduate degree inCS,- coupled with Northeastern’s famous co-op program to provide apaid 6-8 month work experience in one of the college’s network of500+ corporate partners,- taught at night year-round so students can keep up with othercommitments and finish in 2.5 years, and- offered locally at tech hubs across the country: Boston, SanFrancisco, Seattle, Silicon Valley, and Portland, ME.Our 5 year pilot to date has already demonstrated a graduation rateof 91%, with 100% employment and average salaries exceeding$100,000. Unlike code academies, our graduates are prepared fortech leadership career paths. Unlike undergraduate programs, theprogram takes only 2.5 years to complete. The Align program isnearing 300 graduates, with over 1000 more students currentlyenrolled. 41% of Align graduates and 53% of current Align studentsare women, and 8% of current Align students are members ofminoritized groups. It is the ideal onramp for bringing a diversityof race, gender and thought to America’s tech workforce.In addition to a commitment to a diverse student body, Align hasalso built a diverse faculty to act as role models and leaders incomputer science education. We offer a welcoming community ofteachers and scholars and encourage applications from candidateswho will enhance the diversity of our community.Northeastern University has retained Isaacson, Miller, anational executive search firm, to assist in this importantrecruitment. All applications, inquiries, and nominations, whichwill remain confidential, should be directed to the search firm asindicated at the end of this document.Responsibilities:We are seeking highly-motivated individuals committed to excellencein teaching. Full-time appointments at all ranks are renewable,career-focused, non-tenure-track positions with responsibilities inteaching and service. Course releases are also possible for facultywho wish to make time for research and scholarship. The primaryresponsibilities of this position will be teaching CS or DataScience graduate courses at the MS-level and in the Align Bridgeprogram. Given the partnership mission of the Roux Institute, therewill also be opportunities to create custom educational experiencesfor corporate partners.We are searching across all areas of computer and data science withsome preference for candidates who can teach core MS courses(Algorithms, Software Design, Networks, Security, or WebDevelopment) or Machine Learning and AI. The successful candidatewill create course content and materials, and collaborate closelywith colleagues across all Northeastern University campuses(Boston, San Francisco, Seattle, Silicon Valley, Vancouver,Portland, London, and Toronto). Building relationships withstudents and service to the institute and wider university are anintegral component of the position. Northeastern University is aglobal university recognized by our renowned co-op program and ourfocus on experiential learning.Qualifications:Candidates must hold a PhD in an appropriate field (e.g., Computerand/or Information Science, Data Science, or Computer Engineering)from an accredited institution by the appointment start date.Demonstrated ability or potential for teaching excellence isrequired; new PhDs with a strong interest in teaching areencouraged to apply. Rank of appointment at the Assistant TeachingProfessor, Associate Teaching Professor, or Teaching Professorlevel will be based on prior experience and will be discussed withcandidates during the interview process. Successful candidates willhave demonstrated an expert grasp of knowledge of the field and becreative in their approach to teaching in an environment ofexperiential education. Strong written, oral and interpersonalskills are required in order to communicate effectively withdiverse and exceptional students in person and online. Successfulapplicants should be willing to teach in the evening and duringsummer sessions if appropriate. For more information about theKhoury College of Computer Science and the Northeastern College ofEngineering, please visit https://www.khoury.northeastern.eduand https://coe.northeastern.edu. To apply, visit https://careers.pageuppeople.com/879/cw/en-us/job/503827 jeid-5f502eaf0ef10943b470d6f3ce9e8639 Preferred Qualifications:Salary Grade:FACAdditional Information:Please submit a cover letter of interest highlighting your teachingaccomplishments, any diversity and inclusion efforts, and relevantprofessional experience; a curriculum vitae; a list of courses youwould like and are qualified to teach; and the names and contactinformation of at least three references. We will be evaluatingapplications as they are submitted with an initial review date ofOctober 15th. We will continue to accept applications until thepositions are filled.Compensation is commensurate with qualifications.Please send all nominations, inquiries, applications, andexpressions of interest in confidence and electronicallyto:Andy LeeIsaacson, Miller1300 19th St., NWSuite 700Washington, DC 20036www.imsearch.com/7643Northeastern University is an equal opportunity employer, seekingto recruit and support a broadly diverse community of faculty andstaff. Northeastern values and celebrates diversity in all itsforms and strives to foster an inclusive culture built on respectthat affirms inter-group relations and builds cohesion.All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receiveconsideration for employment without regard to race, religion,color, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, disabilitystatus, or any other characteristic protected by applicablelaw.To learn more about Northeastern University’s commitment andsupport of diversity and inclusion, please see www.northeastern.edu/diversity.