Employment Opportunities

The National High School Institute is located on the Northwestern University campus in Evanston, IL.

Northwestern University seeks to employ a varied and diverse range of dynamic people who understand the importance of our mission and vision. When you consider a temporary opportunity at Northwestern University, you know that you are joining an institution with a deep history of academic, professional, and personal development.

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The following position(s) are now open for the 2017 season:

 

Theatre Arts Institute

Theatre Arts Faculty Associate (RA)

Temporary – Theatre Arts Faculty Associate – National High School Institute (NHSI) (Job ID: 30373)

DEADLINE FOR APPLYING IS MARCH 30th, 2017

This is a 5-week summer position, full-time day and evening commitment, June 22nd through July 30th, 2017. [There is the possibility to continue into Musical Theatre Extension from July 30th through August 14th, 2017 available based on qualifications.] Salary is TBD based on qualification/experience, and includes room and board.

This position is for the National High School Institute (colloquially known as The Cherub Program) located at Northwestern University in Evanston, IL

Northwestern University’s NHSI seeks to employ a varied and diverse range of dynamic people who understand the importance of our mission and vision. When you consider a temporary opportunity at Northwestern University, you know that you are joining an institution with a deep history of academic, professional and personal development.

The Faculty Associates must possess and demonstrate an interest in the artistic, academic, social and emotional growth of high school students, serve as mature and positive role models for students, and exhibit a strong work ethic and commitment to teamwork. Faculty Associates work closely with faculty and staff to provide academically challenging instruction to NHSI students, and carry out administrative tasks as assigned by the faculty and division director.

General Responsibilities:

  • Serve as a teaching assistant in Acting and Voice and Movement classes
  • Teach an Elective class
  • Serve as a Resident Assistant in the Residence Halls
    • Ensure students’ safety
    • Nightly check-in with assigned students
    • Accompany ill or injured students to health center
    • Assistant Direct one of the eight theatre productions
  • Assist with administrative responsibilities
  • Chaperone students on field trips
  • Attend program orientation (June 22 – 24, 2017)
  • Follow all NHSI rules and regulations concerning staff conduct, appropriate dress, program procedures, and other responsibilities as set forth in the Faculty Associate Manual
  • Be knowledgeable of administrative policies and University procedures, as covered in orientation.
  • Be available by mobile phone at all times to respond to calls promptly
  • Please note that this is not a typical “summer camp” job-but a 24/7 commitment where Faculty Associates are expected to be available when classes are in session, for field trips, for performances, etc.

Qualifications:

  • Current undergraduate students, preferably completing their junior or senior years of college, preferably seeking a degree in Theatre
  • Skilled in multiple theatre disciplines (i.e. Acting, Voice and Movement, Directing, Design/Tech work, etc.)
  • Self-motivated, strong work ethic and commitment to collaborative work
  • Strong interpersonal and organizational skills
  • Supervisory/leadership experience, preferably in a fast-paced academic environment

 

As per Northwestern University policy, this position requires a criminal background check. Successful applicants will need to submit to a criminal background check prior to employment.

Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer of all protected classes, including veterans and individuals with disabilities. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the United States.

To Apply:

Please visit Northwestern University’s Careers page, click on External Applicants then, More Options, Keywords: Theatre Arts Faculty Associate; Job Opening ID: 30373.

Theatre Arts Core Faculty / Resident Assistant (RA)

Temporary – Theatre Arts Resident Assistant – National High School Institute (NHSI) (Job ID: 30374)

DEADLINE FOR APPLYING IS MARCH 30th, 2017

This is a 5-week summer position, full-time day and evening commitment, June 22nd through July 30th, 2017. [There is the possibility to continue into Musical Theatre Extension from July 30th through August 14th, 2017 available based on qualifications.] Salary is TBD based on qualification/experience, and includes room and board.

This position is for the National High School Institute (colloquially known as The Cherub Program) located at Northwestern University in Evanston, IL

Northwestern University seeks to employ a varied and diverse range of dynamic people who understand the importance of our mission and vision. When you consider a temporary opportunity at Northwestern University, you know that you are joining an institution with a deep history of academic, professional and personal development.

Job Summary: Day-to-day responsibilities includes teaching and supervising students, implementing academic program activities, mentoring undergraduate faculty associates, attending faculty meetings and helping to address staff and student questions and concern. The Faculty maintains and fosters high standards of professional conduct, managing the safety and supervision of students through enforcement of NHSI policies and procedures. All candidates must possess and demonstrate an interest in the academic, social and emotional growth of high school students, serve as mature and positive role models for students, and exhibit a strong work ethic and commitment to teamwork.

General Responsibilities:

  • Leading students by teaching classes and/or directing productions in two of the following three areas:
    • Acting or Voice and Movement
    • Electives, Performance Theory, or Text Analysis
    • Directing one of our eight Productions
  • Attend program orientation (June 22nd through June 24th, 2017)
  • Follow all NHSI rules and regulations concerning staff conduct, appropriate dress, program procedures, and other responsibilities as set forth in the staff handbook
  • Be knowledgeable of administrative policies and University procedures
  • Serve as a Resident Assistant in the Resident Halls
    • Ensure student’s safety
    • Nightly check on assigned students
    • Accompany ill or injured students to health center
  • Be available by mobile phone at all times to respond to calls promptly
  • Please note that this is not a typical “summer camp” job-but a 24/7 commitment where Faculty members are expected to be available when classes are in session, for field trips, for performances, etc.

Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree in Theatre, or Bachelor’s Degree in Theatre with equal professional work
  • At least two years of experience in a professional theatre environment
  • Self-motivated, strong work ethic and commitment to collaborative work
  • Effective interpersonal and organizational skills
  • Supervisory experience, preferably in a fast-paced academic environment

 

As per Northwestern University policy, this position requires a criminal background check. Successful applicants will need to submit to a criminal background check prior to employment.

Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer of all protected classes, including veterans and individuals with disabilities. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the United States.

To Apply:

Please visit Northwestern University’s Careers page, click on External Applicants then, More Options, Keywords: Theatre Arts Resident Assistant; Job Opening ID: 30374.

Theatre Arts Core Faculty

Temporary – Theatre Arts Core Faculty – National High School Institute (NHSI) (Job ID: 30375)

DEADLINE FOR APPLYING IS MARCH 30th, 2017

This is a 5-week summer position, full-time day and evening commitment, June 22nd through July 30th, 2017. [Option to continue into Musical Theatre Extension from July 31st through August 13th, 2017 available based on qualifications.] Salary is TBD based on qualification/experience.

This position is for the National High School Institute (colloquially known as The Cherub Program) located at Northwestern University in Evanston, IL

Northwestern University seeks to employ a varied and diverse range of dynamic people who understand the importance of our mission and vision. When you consider a temporary opportunity at Northwestern University, you know that you are joining an institution with a deep history of academic, professional and personal development.

Job Summary: Day-to-day responsibilities include teaching and supervising students, implementing academic program activities, mentoring undergraduate Faculty Associates, attending staff meetings and helping to address staff and student questions and concerns. The Faculty maintains and fosters high standards of professional conduct, managing the safety and supervision of students through enforcement of NHSI policies and procedures. All candidates must possess and demonstrate an interest in the artistic, academic, social and emotional growth of high school students, serve as mature and positive role models for students, and exhibit a strong work ethic and commitment to teamwork.

Responsibilities:

  • Leading students by teaching classes and/or directing productions in two of the following three areas:
    • Acting or Voice and Movement
    • Electives, Performance Theory, or Text Analysis
    • Directing one of our eight productions
  • Attend program orientation (June 22nd through June 24th, 2017)
  • Follow all NHSI rules and regulations concerning staff conduct, appropriate dress, program procedures, and other responsibilities as set forth in the staff handbook
  • Be knowledgeable of administrative policies and University procedures
  • Please note that this is not a typical “summer camp” job-but a 24/7 commitment where Faculty members are expected to be available when classes are in session, for field trips, for performances, etc.
  • If interested in the 2-week musical theatre extension, lead students by teaching acting, voice or dance classes and/or directing/music directing productions, etc.

Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree in Theatre, or Bachelor’s Degree in Theatre with equal professional work
  • At least two years of experience in professional theatre environment
  • Self-motivated, strong work ethic and commitment to collaborative work
  • Supervisory experience, preferably in a fast-paced academic environment

 

As per Northwestern University policy, this position requires a criminal background check. Successful applicants will need to submit to a criminal background check prior to employment.

Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer of all protected classes, including veterans and individuals with disabilities. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the United States.

To Apply:

Please visit Northwestern University’s Careers page, click on External Applicants then, More Options, Keywords: Theatre Arts Core Faculty; Job Opening ID: 30375.

Musical Theatre Extension Faculty

Temporary – Musical Theatre Extension Faculty – National High School Institute (NHSI) (Job ID: 30376)

DEADLINE FOR APPLYING IS MARCH 30th, 2017

This is a 2-week summer position, full-time day and evening commitment, from July 31st through August 13th, 2017. Option to teach in the 5-week theatre program (non-musical theatre} from June 25th-July 30th, 2017 available based on qualifications. Salary is TBD based on qualification/experience. There may also be part-time positions available: piano accompaniment, vocal coach/instructor, technical direction, assistant musical direction, musical theatre “master class”, etc.

This position is for the National High School Institute (colloquially known as The Cherub Program) located at Northwestern University in Evanston, IL

Northwestern University seeks to employ a varied and diverse range of dynamic people who understand the importance of our mission and vision. When you consider a temporary opportunity at Northwestern University, you know that you are joining an institution with a deep history of academic, professional and personal development.

Job Summary: Day-to-day responsibilities include teaching and supervising students, implementing academic program activities, mentoring undergraduate Faculty Associates, attending staff meetings and helping to address staff and student questions and concern. The Faculty maintains and fosters high standards of professional conduct, managing the safety and supervision of students through enforcement of NHSI policies and procedures. Must possess and demonstrate an interest in the artistic, academic, social and emotional growth of high school students, serve as mature and positive role models for students, and exhibit a strong work ethic and commitment to teamwork.

General Responsibilities:

  • Leading students by teaching Acting, Voice, Musical Theatre History or Dance classes and/or directing musical productions.
  • If interested in the 5-week theatre program – leading students by teaching classes and/or directing productions in two of the following three areas:
    • Acting or Voice and Movement
    • Electives, Performance Theory, or Text Analysis
    • Directing Productions
  • Attend program orientation (June 22nd through June 24th, 2017}
  • Follow all NHSI rules and regulations concerning staff conduct, appropriate dress, program procedures, and other responsibilities as set forth in the staff handbook
  • Be knowledgeable of administrative policies and University procedures
  • Please note that this is not a typical “summer camp” job-but a 24/7 commitment where Faculty Associates are expected to be available when classes are in session, for field trips, for performances, etc.

Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree in Theatre, or Bachelor’s Degree in Theatre with equal professional work
  • At least two years of experience in professional theatre environment
  • Self-motivated, strong work ethic and commitment to collaborative work
  • Effective interpersonal and organizational skills
  • Supervisory experience, preferably in a fast-paced academic environment

 

As per Northwestern University policy, this position requires a criminal background check. Successful applicants will need to submit to a criminal background check prior to employment.

Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer of all protected classes, including veterans and individuals with disabilities. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the United States.

To Apply:

Please visit Northwestern University’s Careers page, click on External Applicants then, More Options, Keywords: Musical Theatre Extension Faculty; Job Opening ID: 30376.

Technical Theatre Faculty / Staff

Temporary – Technical Theatre Staff – National High School Institute (NHSI) (Job ID: 30377)

DEADLINE FOR APPLYING IS MARCH 30th, 2017

This is full time work from June 25th – July 30th, 2017, with the possibility to continue with the Musical Theatre Extension through August 13th, 2017 based on interest and qualifications. Salary is TBD based on qualification/experience.

This position is for the National High School Institute (colloquially known as The Cherub Program) located at Northwestern University in Evanston, IL

Northwestern University seeks to employ a varied and diverse range of dynamic people who understand the importance of our mission and vision. When you consider a temporary opportunity at Northwestern University, you know that you are joining an institution with a deep history of academic, professional and personal development.

Job Summary: Day-to-day responsibilities include teaching and supervising students as they fully build and mount eight productions, implementing academic program activities, communicating with instructors and support staff, attending staff meetings and helping to address staff and student questions and concerns. The Faculty maintains and fosters high standards of professional conduct, managing the safety and supervision of students through enforcement of NHSI policies and procedures. All candidates must possess and demonstrate an interest in the artistic, academic, social and emotional growth of high school students, serve as mature and positive role models for students, and exhibit a strong work ethic and commitment to teamwork. All Design/Technical faculty and staff interact with and supervise student crews.

Responsibilities:

  • Work in up to 8 productions in one of the following positions:
    • Production Manager
    • Scenic Designer
    • Costume Designer
    • Lighting Designer
    • Sound Designer
    • Props Designer
    • Technical Director
    • Assistant Technical Director
    • Scenic Charge Artist
    • Costume Shop Manager
    • Costume Shop Assistant/Stitcher
    • Master Electrician
    • Assistant Master Electrician
    • Sound Engineer
    • Production Assistant
  • Guide and assist students in building and/or running crews
  • Teach and/or assist in design and tech related classes.
  • Attend online and in-person pre-production and production meetings beginning in May
  • Attend program orientation (June 22-June 24, 2017)
  • Follow all NHSI rules and regulations concerning staff conduct, appropriate dress, program procedures, and other responsibilities as set forth in the staff handbook
  • Be knowledgeable of administrative policies and University procedures
  • Please note that this is not a typical “summer camp” job-but a 24/7 commitment where Faculty members are expected to be available when classes are in session, for field trips, for performances, etc.

Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree in Theatre, or Bachelor’s Degree in Theatre with equal professional work
  • At least two years of experience in professional theatre environment
  • Self-motivated, strong work ethic and commitment to collaborative work
  • Supervisory experience, preferably in a fast-paced academic environment

 

As per Northwestern University policy, this position requires a criminal background check. Successful applicants will need to submit to a criminal background check prior to employment.

Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer of all protected classes, including veterans and individuals with disabilities. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the United States.

To Apply:

Please visit Northwestern University’s Careers page, click on External Applicants then, More Options, Keywords: Technical Theatre Staff; Job Opening ID: 30377.

 

Film & Video Institute

Film Resident Associate (RA)

Temporary – Film Resident Associate – National High School Institute (NHSI) – (Job ID: 30370)

DEADLINE FOR APPLYING IS MARCH 30th, 2017

This is a 5-week summer position, full-time (day and evening commitment), starting June 22nd  through July 31st 2017. Position includes room and board. Salary is TBD based on qualification/experience.

This position is for the National High School Institute located in Evanston at Northwestern University.

Northwestern University seeks to employ a varied and diverse range of dynamic people who understand the importance of our mission and vision. When you consider a temporary opportunity at Northwestern University, you know that you are joining an institution with a deep history of academic, professional, and personal development.

The Resident Associates (RAs) must possess and demonstrate an interest in the academic, social, and emotional growth of high school students, serve as mature and positive role models for students, and exhibit a strong work ethic and commitment to teamwork. RAs work closely with instructors and the staff to ensure the health and safety of students, provide academically challenging instruction to NHSI students and carry out administrative tasks as assigned by the instructors.

 

General Responsibilities:

  • Serve as a Resident Assistant in the Residence Halls
    • Ensure students’ safety
    • Nightly check-in with assigned students
    • Accompany ill or injured students to health center
  • Assist final film productions
  • Assist with administrative responsibilities
  • Chaperone students on field trips
  • Assistant Teach in Film classes
  • Attend program orientation
  • Follow all NHSI rules and regulations concerning staff conduct, appropriate dress, program procedures, and other responsibilities as set forth in the staff handbook
  • Be knowledgeable of administrative policies and University procedures

Qualifications:

  • Current undergraduate students, preferably completing their junior or senior years of college, preferably seeking a degree in Film and/or Theatre
  • Skilled in at least one of the following Film disciplines: Directing, Editing, Cinematography, Screenwriting, or Acting for the Camera
  • Self-motivated, strong work ethic, and commitment to collaborative work
  • Strong interpersonal and organizational skills
  • Supervisory/leadership experience, preferably in a fast-paced academic environment

 

As per Northwestern University policy, this position requires a criminal background check. Successful applicants will need to submit to a criminal background check prior to employment.

Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer of all protected classes, including veterans and individuals with disabilities. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the United States.

To Apply:

Please visit Northwestern University’s Careers page, click on External Applicants then, More Options, Keywords: Film Resident Associate; Job Opening ID: 30370.

 

About the National High School Institute Film & Video Division

Since 1931, the National High School Institute, a nonprofit organization, has brought outstanding students to Northwestern University’s Evanston campus for intense educational experiences. Our Film & Video Division’s core labs provide a discipline specific foundation of elements that include Acting on Camera, Production, and Screenwriting. A rigorous combination of classes and short film projects provides students with a challenging and inspiring learning environment every day for 5 weeks. Working with professional media practitioners from around the country, students receive extraordinary training in a collaborative and supportive environment.

Film Faculty

Temporary – Film Faculty – National High School Institute (NHSI) (Job ID: 30371)

DEADLINE FOR APPLYING IS MARCH 30th, 2017

This is a 5-week summer position, full-time (day and evening commitment), starting June 22nd  through July 31st, 2017.  Position includes room and board.  Salary is TBD based on qualification/experience.

This position is for the National High School Institute located in Evanston at Northwestern University.

Northwestern University seeks to employ a varied and diverse range of dynamic people who understand the importance of our mission and vision. When you consider a temporary opportunity at Northwestern University, you know that you are joining an institution with a deep history of academic, professional, and personal development.

Job Summary: Day-to-day responsibilities include teaching and supervising students, implementing academic program activities, communicating with instructors and support staff, assisting with staff meetings, and helping to address staff and student questions and concerns. The Faculty maintains and fosters high standards of professional conduct, managing the safety and supervision of students through enforcement of NHSI policies and procedures. Must possess and demonstrate an interest in the academic, social, and emotional growth of high school students, serve as mature and positive role models for students, and exhibit a strong work ethic and commitment to teamwork.

General Responsibilities:

  • Teach classes and/or assist final productions in one of the following disciplines (teaching in multiple disciplines preferred):
    • Editing
    • Cinematography
    • Directing
    • Animation
    • Acting for the Camera
    • Screenwriting
  • Attend program orientation from June 22nd – June 24th.
  • Follow all NHSI rules and regulations concerning staff conduct, appropriate dress, program procedures, and other responsibilities as set forth in the staff handbook
  • Be knowledgeable of administrative policies and University procedures

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree or higher preferably in Film and/or Theatre
  • At least two years of experience in professional Film environment
  • Self-motivated, strong work ethic, and commitment to collaborative work
  • Effective interpersonal and organizational skills
  • Supervisory experience, preferably in a fast-paced academic environment

 

As per Northwestern University policy, this position requires a criminal background check. Successful applicants will need to submit to a criminal background check prior to employment.

Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer of all protected classes, including veterans and individuals with disabilities. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the United States.

To Apply: 

Please visit Northwestern University’s Careers page, click on External Applicants then, More Options, Keywords: Film Faculty; Job Opening ID: 30371.

 

About the National High School Institute Film & Video Division

Since 1931, the National High School Institute, a nonprofit organization, has brought outstanding students to Northwestern University’s Evanston campus for intense educational experiences. Our Film & Video Division’s core labs provide a discipline specific foundation of elements that include Acting on Camera, Production, and Screenwriting. A rigorous combination of classes and short film projects provides students with a challenging and inspiring learning environment every day for 5 weeks. Working with professional media practitioners from around the country, students receive extraordinary training in a collaborative and supportive environment. 

Film Resident Hall Director

Temporary – Film Resident Hall Director – National High School Institute (NHSI) (Job ID: 30372)

DEADLINE FOR APPLYING IS MARCH 30th, 2017

This is a 5-week summer position, full-time (day and evening commitment), starting June 21st – July 31st, 2017.  Position includes room and board.  Salary is TBD based on qualification/experience.

This position is for the National High School Institute located in Evanston at Northwestern University.

Northwestern University seeks to employ a varied and diverse range of dynamic people who understand the importance of our mission and vision. When you consider a temporary opportunity at Northwestern University, you know that you are joining an institution with a deep history of academic, professional, and personal development.

Job Description: The Residence Hall Director is the legal guardian of the students during the summer in the absence of their parents [IN LOCO PARENTIS].  The Residence Hall  ​Director is responsible for the health and well-being of the students. Any issue pertaining to the health and well-being of the students is directly handled by the Residence Hall Director.  ​He/She is also the disciplinarian for any instances occurring outside of the curricular program.  As such, the Residence Hall Director must be well-versed in the NHSI’s disciplinary policies and willing to enforce them at all times.  The​Residence Hall Director is one of the faces of this program: He/She must be a person who is always modelling responsible behavior for both students and staff. He/She must have great leadership skills. ​The Residence Hall Director must demonstrate strength in energy, patience, ​ ​dedication to the history and future of NHSI, Film & Video Division, and a deep understanding of the dedication and commitment of the job.

Beginning in May, the Residence Hall Director ​organize​s​ logistics of the residence hall.​ This includes, but is not limited to, setting a summer on-call schedule for the residence hall staff, composing and sending out letters of orientation to the staff, coordinating disciplinary policies and procedures with the Division Director​ and Administrative Director, preparing​ welcome packets for the students and staff​, administration of residence hall room assignments for students and staff, and conducting the orientation of residence hall staff in collaboration with university residential life offices and procedure. ​

Show up to campus a day before the staff (June 21st) to pick up printed materials, collect the residence hall keys from the housing office, coordinate the move-in day with the NHSI office (i.e., collect classroom keys and equipment​), speak with on-campus ​liaisons (i.e. housing, housekeeping, and health services).

Responsibilities:
– Lead and coordinate two “move-in” days; one for the staff, one for the students.
– Run a morning-long residence hall orientation for the staff which serves to train them as resident assistants (RAs).
– Along with the Division Director, serve as direct supervisor to the residence hall staff for the entirety of the summer.
– ​Administrate the arrival of our 80+ students and deliver all residence hall orientation materials and information to the students on their arrival day.
– Coordinate scheduling and getting students to health service appointments.
– Act as the IN LOCO PARENTIS when it is necessary to accompany students to the
emergency room.
– The Residence Hall Director is privy to and responsible for the health history of each student.  It is the Residence Hall Director’s responsibility to be knowledgeable on the health needs and issues of any students and to treat those issues with confidentiality.
– Coordinate maintenance needs of the residence hall with the campus Housing Services and the residence hall’s Housekeeping staff.
– Delegate authority and assign tasks when necessary to the residence hall staff.
– Be in direct contact with the parents of students who are having health or disciplinary issues.
– ​Administrate and delegate the overseeing of a weekly community service.
– Be present at any and all Institute meetings to give residence hall-related news, instruction, and guidance.
– Spend every night of the program sleeping inside the residence hall on the faculty wing.  The Residence Hall Director’s room is always accessible via doorbell ​ to all students and staff. He/She is always on call for emergencies.
– Oversee the daily delivery of mail to the students.

Qualifications:

-Self-motivated, strong work ethic and commitment to collaborative work.

-Supervisory experience, preferably in a fast-paced academic environment.

 

As per Northwestern University policy, this position requires a criminal background check. Successful applicants will need to submit to a criminal background check prior to employment.

Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer of all protected classes, including veterans and individuals with disabilities. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the United States.

To Apply: 

Please visit Northwestern University’s Careers page, click on External Applicants then, More Options, Keywords: Film Resident Hall Director; Job Opening ID: 30372.

 

 

About the National High School Institute Film & Video Division

Since 1931, the National High School Institute, a nonprofit organization, has brought outstanding students to Northwestern University’s Evanston campus for intense educational experiences. Our Film & Video Division’s core labs provide a discipline specific foundation of elements that include Acting on Camera, Production, and Screenwriting. A rigorous combination of classes and short film projects provides students with a challenging and inspiring learning environment every day for 5 weeks. Working with professional media practitioners from around the country, students receive extraordinary training in a collaborative and supportive environment. 

 

Northwestern Debate Institute

Faculty Associate (RA)

We will begin accepting Faculty Associate (RA) applicants early 2017.