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Senior Application Specialist UMass President's Office
The Employee Services Team (EST) is seeking a talented and motivated IT professional. EST is a department of the University of Massachusetts President’s Office located in Shrewsbury with responsibility to provide central administrative services to the UMass campuses and President’s Office. EST is currently seeking a Senior Applications Specialist to provide functional support for one of our various PeopleSoft modules. The University has many Modules: Student Administration, Finance, Human Resources. The system is currently on version 9.2. Other third-party products are also included in the environment.
Assistant Director of Financial Aid for Awarding (Hybrid Opportunity) UMass Amherst
The Assistant Director of Financial Aid for Awarding manages work associated with awarding financial aid to all groups of students at the university, including representing the office to students and their families and assisting them in making decisions related to the financial aid application and eligibility process, financing alternatives and other financial assistance issues.
Departmental Assistant UMass Amherst
The Research Assistant will prepare, collect and analyze research data using the motility and laser trap assays as part of an NIH grant.
Business Systems Analyst (Hybrid) UMass Amherst
Incumbent bridges the gap between business and technology in identifying areas for business process improvement, making recommendations to implement new technology solutions and participating in projects to implement or enhance existing systems across all phases of the system implementation lifecycle.
University Police Officer - Academy Trained (Multiple Positions) UMass Lowell
The University of Massachusetts Lowell Police Department is a full-service police agency that serves the University Community and operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week. University Police Officers perform a full range of police duties to insure the safety and security of the University community and property.
Communication Dispatcher II UMass Lowell
The Communications Dispatcher II performs a variety of duties involving transmitting messages from the radio communications base station.  S/he monitors various radio frequencies and operates radio transmitting and receiving equipment.  S/he will maintain records and logs of department daily activities, search files to obtain information, utilize information equipment in order to facilitate law enforcement and community care taking goals and missions. All finalists will be required to present the following documents: Birth Certificate, High School Diploma or G.E.D. Certificate and Driver's License.
Professor and Department Chair of Chemistry UMass Lowell
The University of Massachusetts Lowell invites applications for the position of Chair to lead a well-established and active Department of Chemistry. The UMass Lowell Department of Chemistry seeks a visionary Chair with a record of academic and research achievement in chemistry, biochemistry or polymer chemistry to supervise and maintain departmental academic activities while continuing their own independent research program. The successful candidate will be a nationally-prominent academic leader with an established record of excellence in research, education, and mentorship that can promote a culture of innovation, collaboration, respect and integrity. The University of Massachusetts Lowell is a leading, public, research university in the greater Boston area and has a national reputation in science, engineering and technology for solving real world problems. The Department of Chemistry has 27 full-time faculty (19 active researchers and 8 teaching professors) with 3 support staff and offers an ACS-approved B.S. in Chemistry (ca. 150 students) and has very active M.S. and Ph.D. programs (ca. 80 graduate students). The appointee will be provided a competitive start-up package, have access to high-end research equipment and have the opportunity to collaborate with numerous research-active colleagues from various science and engineering departments (Biology, Physics, Chemical Engineering, etc.) and research centers (e.g., Nanofabrication Center, Fabric Discovery Center, Center for Energy Innovation, UMass Med-UMass Lowell NeuroNexus Imaging Center, etc.).
Assistant Director of Laboratories (Psychology) UMass Boston
The Assistant Director of Laboratories will assist the Director of laboratories in the Psychology Department with technical and logistical support for research and teaching laboratories, and with these same areas of functioning within the central department. The incumbent will also act as a purchasing liaison and will interface with faculty, students, and vendors to optimize purchasing within university purchasing guidelines; and will be responsible for tracking purchases and basic accounting. The Assistant Director of Laboratories will maintain and support technology resources for The Psychology Department. This includes overseeing the integration of third-party systems related to research technology and office applications, understanding and monitoring system data use, assessing data needs, and maintaining those systems as needed. She/he will be the expert and lead for PeopleSoft finance applications in the psychology department and serve as liaison to the UMass central UPST system, and to UMass Boston's IT office. Other responsibilities include: providing reports and analysis for department research groups on and off campus, working and communicating with UMB IT to troubleshoot equipment and systems problems as they arise, providing training on our system for all departments IT and lab systems. The incumbent will also be responsible for managing all financial requests from departmental and grant funds allocated to the psychology department. This includes all purchases, advances, reimbursements, and fund allocations that are required to maintain the department and research project needs that are required.
Equipment Coordinator UMass Boston
UMass Boston’s Equipment Coordinator will manage all aspects of athletics equipment, uniforms and other related supplies including maintenance, inventory, and care for UMB’s 18 varsity sports programs. The incumbent will update and streamline apparel and equipment control systems and procedures including purchasing, inventory, ordering and billing. The position will also assist in the development and maintenance of policies and procedures for the Equipment Room. Coaching opportunities may be available.
Lecturer UMass Boston
The Department of Management Science and Information Systems at the University of Massachusetts Boston invites applications for a fulltime lecturer position in Supply Chain and Analytics, to begin in the Spring 2023 academic semester.
Executive Assistant UMass Boston
The Executive Assistant to the CIO provides high level support and confidentiality to the CIO and the Office of the CIO. Manages the daily operations of the office with the ability to deal with and handle situations that are sensitive in nature ensuring the day-to-day processes and communications flow smoothly and efficiently. The Executive Assistant works with the CIO and Directors to establish and maintain relationships with other departments and external customers; s/he serves as the primary contact for the Chancellor's Office, Academic Affairs, Administration and Finance, UMass President's Office and other University Departments as well as external organizations and individuals; manages the Vice Chancellor' calendar, scheduling appointments and meetings, and makes travel arrangements; works closely with the operation of all aspects of event planning and implementation and special events as needed.
Capital Budget Analyst UMass Lowell
Reporting to the Budget Analyst, Payroll & Position Management, the Capital Budget Analyst is a key member of the Budget and Financial Planning and Financial Services team providing operational and analytical support for the University’s extensive capital budget and facilities improvement program. The Capital Budget Analyst will manage budgeting for campus capital projects funded from all sources including campus operating and capital funds, the University of Massachusetts Building Authority (UMBA), state funds, gifts, and other internal and external sources. The position will develop and maintain routine management level and executive level reports on project budgets, expenditures and project progress and will work closely with campus Facilities Management, the campus Controllers Office, UMBA, the President’s Office and state agencies to ensure accurate and timely capital project set-up and reporting. The Office of Budget & Financial Planning is responsible for analyzing, posting, maintaining, and monitoring all budgets at UMass Lowell, with the exception of sponsored project budgets.  The Office is responsible for the development and implementation of the annual operating budget and assists in the development and implementation of capital budgets for the campus.  The Office provides support to university administrators and its departments in developing and implementing short and long-range financial plans for the campus.  It prepares reports on a regular basis for the Chancellor, campus managers and for the President’s Office. The Office also provides support to the end-user community in PeopleSoft processing and reporting and for assistance with general budget and finance related questions.
Assistant Director (Clinical Psychology) UMass Boston
Assists the faculty Graduate Program Director by overseeing the day-to-day operations of the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program, one of two doctoral programs in the Department of Psychology of the College of Liberal Arts. Responsibilities: to maintain, compile, and share information about faculty, students, and alums needed to maintain program accreditation; to maintain records of faculty activities and student progress as required for university, accreditation, and licensure; to implement the admissions process; to prepare and manage program budgets; to complete purchasing; to plan and organize program events (including some which occur outside of business hours or on weekends); to coordinate the work of the program’s leadership committees; to provide administrative support and guidance to graduate students as they navigate the university procedures; to prepare the program newsletter, website, and other communications independently for the Director’s approval; to organize the course evaluation and qualifying examination processes; to coordinate administrative elements of student hiring (including meeting Union and Human Resources documentation requirements), student grants and fellowships, student practica and internship placements, student awards, fundraising, and in other domains as assigned. Work collaboratively with other Psychology Department staff. Serve as a program liaison to other offices on campus, including Accounting, the Bursar, Financial Aid, the Registrar, the Office of the Dean of the College of Liberal Arts, the Office of Graduate Studies, and the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs. Supervise student administrative support when available.
Vice Chancellor for University Relations UMass Lowell
The University of Massachusetts Lowell seeks a creative, experienced and innovative marketing and communications leader to serve as its next Vice Chancellor for University Relations. Reporting directly to the Chancellor and serving as a member of the university’s Executive Cabinet, the Vice Chancellor for University Relations is responsible for developing and implementing comprehensive marketing and communications strategies designed to tell the university’s stories and articulate a narrative that elevates its reputation and enhances its brand.
Director of Information Systems UMass Dartmouth
The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth is seeking applications for a Director of Information Systems.
Director, Equal Opportunity & Outreach/Compliance UMass Lowell
The Director, Equal Opportunity & Outreach/Compliance manages the operations of the Office of Equal Opportunity and Outreach, including the status of the investigations and provides guidance and support to the Equal Opportunity and Outreach personnel in all civil rights matters, including but not limited to Title IX, ADA /504. Serves as the senior investigator for complaints related to potential violations of the 'University’s nondiscrimination and harassment and other related policies. In consultation with the Associate Vice Chancellor provides assistance, advice, and counsel to the University community regarding civility, nondiscrimination matters, and reviews the office's policies and procedures to ensure they are current and based on best practices. In collaboration with the Associate Vice Chancellor develops and delivers equal opportunity programs and initiatives to provide information and education to the community and to enhance the employees and students' knowledge and understanding in these areas to assist the university in fostering an environment that is welcoming, respectful, and safe for all. Works with members of the Human Resources, Equal Opportunity & Outreach team, and other campus partners.
Assistant Director, OCE Admissions UMass Dartmouth
The University of Dartmouth is seeking applicants for an Assistant Director, OCE Admissions.
Strategic Communications Specialist UMass Dartmouth
The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth is seeking applicants for a Strategic Communications Specialist in the University Marketing Department.
Program Coordinator-Upward Bound Program UMass Dartmouth
The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth is seeking applicants for a Program Coordinator for the Upward Bound Program (GRANT-FUNDED).
Assistant Professor UMass Boston
The Department of Public Policy and Public Affairs in the McCormack Graduate School of Policy and Global Studies at UMass Boston invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor, beginning September 1, 2023. Applicants must have earned a doctoral degree in one of the following fields: public administration, public policy, political science or any other relevant social science program. Areas of specialization include a program of research primarily situated in public administration that focuses on budgeting, finance, leadership, human resource management, performance management, and/or science and technology. The Department welcomes experts in both qualitative and quantitative methodologies. Priority will be given to candidates with expertise in racial disparities, gender inequality and intersectional approaches to inequities, as well as health care and/or climate change risks.

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