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Administrative Assistant I UMass Dartmouth
The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth is seeking application for an Administrative Assistant I in Biology.
Assistant Director, Internship and Employer Engagement UMass Amherst
The Assistant Director for Internship and Employer Engagement for the School of Public Health and Health Sciences (SPHHS) is responsible for internship and job development, employer outreach and liaison and the support and supervision of students who are placed. Initiates and maintains contact with business, industrial and government offices in order to develop and maintain appropriate experiential internships/co-ops/job opportunities for students. Advises students of the program about Mt. Ida housing requirements. Works closely with and maintains liaison with faculty in academic departments, Mt. Ida campus staff, alumni, University Communications dept., and employers in order to publicize opportunities and recruit qualified students for the program. Maintains contact with employers to develop student positions and to maintain contractual agreements such as affiliation agreements and on boarding documentation with employers. Coordinates employer based field trips and shadowing opportunities.
Sr Program manager, ERP Modernization UMass President's Office
The University Information Technology Services (UITS) department of the University of Massachusetts System Office is seeking an experienced, energetic, engaging and visionary leader who wants to become part of an exciting, vibrant community of information technology professionals supporting the institution's mission. We are seeking a strong, visionary, highly organized Program Manager to support the transformation and modernization of the ERP application portfolio.  The Program Manager will be responsible for organizing and coordinating programs and activities based on strategic goals and direction. She or he will also be in charge of developing budgets and operating plans for programs and writing program and project proposals. The ERP Program Manager reports to the Associate CIO for Application Services and is a key, strategic member of the UITS leadership team. This is both a strategic individual contributor role as well as a transformational leadership role, helping to develop strategic roadmaps as well as directly leading strategic initiatives such as an integrated admissions process, student portal capability, or re-design of other key user functions for improved experience and resiliency. The Program Manager will combine a deep understanding of technology, applications, industry best practices, business processes and architectural patterns to drive business and IT transformation initiatives that meet our enterprise objectives. This individual is forward thinking and well-versed in emerging technologies and trends. Must possess the excellent interpersonal and communication skills necessary to develop exceptional business and department partnerships and to articulate and drive the transformation of the application portfolio. This is an exceptional opportunity for the right experienced legacy ERP leader who wants to participate in and drive a conversion to a modern platform and an organizational transformation.
Senior Product Manager Recruiting and Admissions UMass President's Office
Position Summary: The University Information Technology Services (UITS) department of the University of Massachusetts System Office is seeking an experienced, energetic, engaging and visionary Product Manager who wants to become part of an exciting, vibrant community of information technology professionals supporting the institution's mission. We are seeking a Product Manager to take ownership of multiple products supporting Recruiting and Admissions for 3 of our campuses and to define the roadmap for these products and services into the future.  This role requires both a deep understanding of the Recruiting and Admissions function in Higher Ed and an understanding of the impact technology can have on this business function and on its end users, prospects and applicants.
Info Systems Engineer/Staff Programmer UMass Amherst
Reporting to the Transportation IT Manager, this position’s responsibility is to develop code and systems for Pioneer Valley Transit Authority (PVTA) Capital Projects. Collaborates with PVTA and UMass Transportation Services staff.  This position is up to a two (2) year TERM position with the possibility of an extension.
Assistant Director for Career Planning & Professional Development UMass Amherst
Under the direction of the School of Public Health and Health Sciences (SPHHS) Assistant Director for Career Planning, plans and organizes career development activities for undergraduate and graduate students, as well as alumni within the School of Public Health and Health Sciences in cooperation with dean(s), department heads and faculty. These activities may include: individual career counseling, career education, alumni mentoring and job shadowing events, coordination and implementation of career fairs, data collection and assessment, and social media/marketing outreach activities for the SPHHS Office of Career Planning.
Assistant Director, Freshman Recruitment UMass Boston
The Assistant Director for Undergraduate Admissions is responsible for attracting students to the University through traditional means of visits and attendance at college fairs and/or through the development of special projects that bring students to the campus.
Faculty Part-time - Biomedical & Nutritional Sciences UMass Lowell
The Zuckerberg College of Health Sciences at the University of Massachusetts Lowell is searching for part-time Adjunct Instructors to teach in its undergraduate and graduate Applied Biomedical Sciences programs which include: Medical/Clinical Laboratory Sciences, Nutritional Sciences, and Pharmaceutical Sciences disciplines.
Clerk IV - Educator UMass Amherst
This position is located in Lawrence, MA. Assist in planning, conducting and evaluating educational workshops and training sessions for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed) as detailed in the Annual SNAP-Ed Program Plan.  Provide nutrition education to Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) eligible youth and adults.
Coordinator of Summer Programs UMass Amherst
The Coordinator of Summer Programs (CSP) reports to the Director of Summer Programs (DSP) and has major responsibility for implementing the strategic marketing plan for Summer Programs. The CSP will contribute to the marketing strategy, to include: content creation for website and marketing collateral, some creative design work, seeking new marketing partnerships and leveraging existing relationships. The CSP is the primary contact for new marketing initiatives, advises the DSP on new and existing marketing platforms. Represents Summer Programs at conferences and recruitment events. The CSP serves as chief point of contact for the public, including potential and current students and families, press, educators, advertising partners, etc. The CSP also has primary responsibility for the residential life component of Summer Programs in matters such as student life, co-curricular program delivery and supervision of residential life staff for Summer Programs. The CSP regularly assists faculty with curriculum design and planning for summer academic programs.
Associate Director for Employer Partnerships UMass Boston
The Associate Director for Employer Partnerships is responsible for establishing, cultivating, and leveraging employer partnerships for the Office of Career Services and Internships to facilitate connections leading to the recruitment of UMass Boston students.
Research Assistant - Search UMass Amherst
The Northeast Climate Adaptation Science Center is seeking applicants for a full time Communications and Outreach Manager located at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. The individual selected for this position will be responsible for organizing outreach in line with the mission of the NE CASC. The primary goals of the NE CASC communications program are to: 1. Facilitate science communication of NE CASC climate adaptation science, information, assessments, and tools to support management of natural and cultural resources under changing climate conditions; and 2. Create and share effective communication products that translate NE CASC climate adaptation science and inform the scientific and management community. This position provides a great opportunity to work with a wide variety of stakeholders within the NE CASC region (Northeast and Midwest United States) and engage scientists from both the NE CASC Academic Consortium and USGS as well as the NE CASC Graduate and Postdoctoral Fellows program.
Maintainer I/35 Wk - Residential Life - OH/C Facilities Operations UMass Amherst
Performs general janitorial duties in connection with the cleaning and maintenance of Residence Halls, Family Housing, Grad Apartments, and Rental Properties. Performs related work as required.
Clerk IV - Educator UMass Amherst
This position is located in Boston, MA. Assist in planning, conducting and evaluating educational workshops and training sessions for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed) as detailed in the Annual SNAP-Ed Program Plan.  Provide nutrition education to Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) eligible youth and adults.  Assist in working with collaborating organizations in the delivery of programs at the assigned program sites.
Clerk IV - Educator UMass Amherst
This position is located in Raynham, MA. Assist in planning, conducting and evaluating educational workshops and training sessions for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed) as detailed in the Annual SNAP-Ed Program Plan. Provide nutrition education to Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) eligible youth and adults. Assist in working with collaborating organizations in the delivery of programs at the assigned program sites.
Communications Dispatcher II UMass Amherst
Receives, prioritizes and transmits first notification of calls for service for police, fire and medical assistance from the campus community. Dispatches non-emergency and 911 calls for service to the campus community. Transmits messages by radio from the Communications Center to multiple mobile and portable units in accordance with strict rules and regulations. Communicates via state and national criminal databases to other police departments to report on criminal activity. Extensively documents actions and outcomes from all police, fire and medical incidents occurring on campus into a computer-aided Dispatch (CAD) system.
Communication Dispatcher I UMass Amherst
Schedule and dispatch workers, work crews, equipment, or service vehicles for conveyance of materials, freight, or passengers, or for normal installation, service, or emergency repairs rendered utilizing radio, telephone, or computer to transmit assignments; Compiles statistics and reports on work progress. Performs related work in work order processing, scheduling and job cost coding.
Storekeeper I (CC Loading Dock 2 positions) UMass Amherst
Performs tasks involved in the receipt, storage, and transfer of goods into and out of the assigned area; maintains inventories and related records; performs related work as required. Orders or adjusts food orders as needed
Storekeeper I (CC Loading Dock) UMass Amherst
Performs tasks involved in the receipt, storage, and transfer of goods into and out of the assigned area; maintains inventories and related records; performs related work as required. Orders or adjusts food orders as needed
Culinary Worker II (Newman) UMass Amherst
Performs routine manual and domestic job duties in a food service operation including: cooking, cleaning and serving food. The basic purpose of this work is to perform cooking tasks and assist with cleaning and food serving work as needed.

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