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Part Time Lecturer - Psychology UMass Dartmouth
The Psychology Department at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth welcomes applications for part-time teaching positions in the Master’s Program in Clinical Psychology.
Manager of Payroll and HR Operations UMass Amherst
Under the supervision of the Director of HR Systems & Operations, manages and supervises the daily operation of the HR Operations team to ensure timely processing of employment paperwork. Accurately pays employees in compliance with federal and state laws and regulations. Ensures proper deductions such as taxes, retirement, etc., associated with net pay are done efficiently and accurately.
Clerk IV UMass Amherst
As a member of Financial Aid Services staff, this position performs administrative functions related to the processing of financial aid state grant and other programs, awarding financial aid to students, processing aid adjustments due to enrollment changes and quality controls resolving over awards.  This position performs various duties requiring a high degree of decision making based on standard procedures and knowledge of federal, state and institutional regulations.
Clerk IV UMass Amherst
Interprets and analyzes medical Explanation of Benefits (EOB) from third party payers and aged trial balance reports. Reconciles accounts by line adjustments and expenditure of funds. Assumes provider advocacy role interacting with insurance company personnel to resolve account discrepancies. Maintains records of financial transactions including revenue collected, co-payments and payment history by patient and respective insurance companies. Facilitates and prepares documents in accordance with Mass. Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) protocol and Mass. General Law. Prepares patient financial statements and other appropriate documents for insurance processing. Provides patient support & assistance, either in person or via telephone, with professionalism and patience during difficult and confrontational issues. Works under the supervision of the Patient Accounts & Services Manager who issues directives and evaluates performance.
Database Systems Administrator UMass Amherst
Under the general direction of the Administrative Infrastructure Database Manager, the Database Systems Administrator has primary responsibility for the reliable and secure operation of the PeopleSoft software, Oracle database, and related software components underlying the PeopleSoft Student Administration software and other administrative information systems. Installs, implements, and supports PeopleSoft application software, Oracle databases, and related third party software. Provides on-going support, including software tuning, installing upgrades and fixes, and maintains software for 24x7 availability. Provides systems administration for a variety of related applications under multiple operating systems. Contributes to policies and procedures designed to ensure consistent data architecture to promote high quality, maintainable application components. Contributes to the design and implementation of a security plan for these systems.
Assistant/Associate Professor UMass Boston
The Department of Mathematics at the University of Massachusetts Boston invites applications for a tenure-track (non-tenured) position at the level of Assistant or Associate Professor beginning September 1, 2020. Candidates must possess a Ph.D. in Mathematics or a closely related field, with the research area of interest open to all fields of mathematics. Candidates are expected to have a proven record in coordinating the implementation of effective pedagogical methods, in addition to a strong research program. The successful hire will play a central role in the coordination, assessment, and restructuring of the department’s lower division courses and contribute to other departmental and college service. A teaching load reduction to root a research program will be provided.
Assistant Professor in Ecology and Global Environmental Change UMass Boston
Assistant Professor in Ecology and Global Environmental Change The Biology Department at the University of Massachusetts, Boston seeks applicants for a full-time tenure track Assistant Professor starting in September 1, 2020. This individual is expected to be a broadly-trained ecologist, but with a research focus on community ecology and global environmental change. Applications are particularly welcome from candidates who have expertise in community and population connectivity, and ecological dynamics at large scales. The successful applicant will be expected to establish an externally funded research program, direct the research of students at the undergraduate, masters, and doctoral levels, and interact with a dynamic group of ecologists and evolutionary biologists in our Department. The candidate will also be expected to become actively involved in our Environmental Biology PhD program. A Ph.D. and postdoctoral training (or equivalent professional experience) in ecology, population biology, behavioral ecology, evolution, or a related field is required.
Controller UMass Amherst
The Controller ensures compliance with accounting standards, maintains appropriate internal financial controls, and provides robust financial reporting to facilitate strategic decision-making throughout the University. The Controller actively monitors compliance and is accountable for financial information provided to both the internal and external community including but not limited to tax reporting, internal and external audits and reporting of component units. The Controller works closely with the Budget Director to monitor and project operating results to achieve operating margins and other financial metrics for presentation to the university board of trustees. The Controller collaborates with the University of Massachusetts system office and the other UMass campuses to enhance operational services and streamline business processes. The Controller is a member of the Administration & Finance Council and serves as an expert advisor to senior leaders and plays a critical role in the implementation of new financial applications and procedures.
Executive Assistant I UMass Amherst
This position operates under direction and reports to the Vice Chancellor with functional supervision from the Executive Director. Serves as the executive assistant to the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Campus life.  Administers the day-to day clerical operations of the Vice Chancellor’s office and provides administrative support to the Vice Chancellor, Associate Vice Chancellor, Executive Director of Organizational Development and Efficiencies and the Director of SACL Communications and Professional Development. First point of contact for scheduling/communicating with executive level offices at the Amherst campus. Assists in a wide range of activities and confidential matters; requires judgment skills and operates with considerable independence.
Information Security Lead UMass President's Office
The Information Security Lead is a technical / supervisory role in the Information Security department supporting the Chief Information Security Officer with developing and maintaining a comprehensive information security program and managing a team of subject matter experts. The Lead will be required to provide direct experience with secure design, policy writing, troubleshooting, monitoring, incident management, procurement, training and end user support functions. The Information Security Lead will work with each of the UMass campuses, procurement, legal, treasury, human resources, internal audit as well as a large population of skilled IT professionals across all technical verticals. In addition, the Security Lead will need to feel comfortable adapting to a given audience, and must be capable of developing discrete actionable tasks and plans. The Lead  must adapt to a wide range of  competing priorities and think and work independently to develop solutions and effect change. The Information Security Lead will be a driven self-starter who executes on work projects with little intervention. The Lead works effectively being a SME and can develop ideas and strategy with actionable plans. The Lead will be part of the UITS Senior Management Team and will collaborate with other senior managers in UITS on cross-functional initiatives focused on process improvement, staff and organizational development, and adoption of new capabilities.
Assistant Director for Academic Support Upward Bound UMass Amherst
Within the Advocacy, Inclusion, and Support Programs (AISP) and under the supervision of the Upward Bound Director, the Upward Bound Assistant Director for Academic Support will: 1) Plan, coordinate and supervise components of the program, including the provision of instructional services, oversight and assessment of all academic support programs, college access and career counseling for eligible students, and coordination of the tutor mentoring component for the summer program. 2) Facilitate academic, social, cultural, and social development enrichment activities in order to promote completion of a high school diploma and preparation to enter a postsecondary institution. 3) Establish positive rapport and lines of communication with program staff, university staff and faculty, teachers and administrators of target schools, as well as parents and members of the local community. 4) Maintain and collect data required for completion in accord with federal reporting guidelines.
Network Operations Manager UMass Amherst
Reporting to the Network Engineering Manager, the Network Operations Manager is responsible for the daily performance and availability of the UMass Amherst campus network.  Focuses on delivery of efficient, high-quality network service through metrics-driven process analysis and improvement.  Responsible for routine network activities and support of new network initiatives and deployments.  Leads team ensuring the network meets the daily needs of the campus community in alignment with the University’s strategic plan.
Postdoctoral Research Associate - TRIPODS Institute for Theoretical Foundations of Data Science UMass Amherst
The UMass Amherst TRIPODS Institute for Theoretical Foundations of Data Science invites applications for postdoctoral fellowship positions in data science with a start date of January 1, 2020 or later.
Director, Service and Quality UMass President's Office
The Director, Service and Quality reports directly to the Chief Procurement Officer and is responsible for customer service, training, communication, systems/data analysis and to deliver service at the highest level to clients that focus on quality, productivity and cost in an environment that fosters employee engagement, supports continuous improvement, manages risk, and ensures compliance with all policies and regulations.  Monitors, analyzes and reports on service delivery and performance; maintains Service Level Agreements (SLAs) and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs); identifies continuous improvement opportunities and makes recommendations for policy, process and procedure improvements. Management responsibility includes Training, Customer Service and Systems/Data Analysis.  The position is expected to directly supervise a team of Service and Quality personnel.  In addition, the Director will work with the Directors of Strategic Procurement and Procurement Operations to be responsive and proactively plan for and address the needs of the UPST user community while delivering effective and efficient services.
Assistant Director for Sport Programs UMass Amherst
Under the general direction of the Senior Assistant Director for Sport Programs, this position plans and supervises Sport Program activities; manages the design, implementation, and evaluation of new Sport Program activities.  Work with colleagues to manage a comprehensive collegiate recreation program and assist with the selection and delivery of recreation activities and student employment practices that contribute to student success and well-being.
Communications & Events Manager UMass Amherst
Reporting to the Director of Faculty Development (DFD), the Communications and Events Manager is responsible for coordinating all Office for Faculty Development (OFD) events and communications, including supporting initiatives for the Associate Provost for Equity and Inclusion. Communications management will include designing, leading, and overseeing production of a wide range of multimedia communication materials, such as communication campaigns, event publicity, OFD and Prospective Faculty websites, brochures and manuals related to programming, and writing and disseminating press releases. Events management will include logistical planning and implementing workshops and events, including developing and overseeing a communications plan for workshop/events marketing; tracking and maintaining a database of registrations and program evaluations; coordinating venue acquisition, setup, and catering; and working effectively with co-workers, cosponsoring offices, and vendors to ensure successful events.
Compensation & Benefits Analyst UMass Boston
Reporting to the Director of Compensation and Benefits, the Compensation and Benefits Analyst plays an important role in ensuring the competitiveness and effectiveness of the University's compensation and benefits programs as well as alignment with Federal, State and University regulations, policies, and guidelines. The Analyst works closely with the Director, staff in colleges and departments and individual employees to identify and resolve various inquiries and problems related to pay and benefits.
Career Counselor UMass Lowell
The mission of Career Services and Cooperative Education is to help students successfully transition from their academic pursuits to their career goals by promoting and facilitating career education, exploration of options and connections with employers. The Career Counselor will focus on the following primary activities: • Advise students & alumni on a wide range of career issues • Develop and facilitate career development workshops and programs, including a strategic focus on scaling efforts to impact specific student populations • Engage campus partners to support the career development of our students • Serve as liaison to several academic departments • Contribute to the administration of the department and ongoing marketing efforts The University of Massachusetts Lowell is committed to increasing diversity in its faculty, staff, and student populations, as well as curriculum and support programs, while promoting an inclusive environment. We seek candidates who can contribute to that goal and encourage you to apply and to identify your strengths in this area.
Tenure-Track Assistant/Associate Professor - Robotics and Autonomous Systems UMass Lowell
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Massachusetts Lowell is anticipating hiring a full-time tenure-track faculty member at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor. Successful applicants will collaborate with existing faculty members, teach classes to support the undergraduate and graduate programs, develop new courses, advise graduate students, and pursue external funding to support research in one or more of the following areas: (a) unmanned aerial and ground systems; (b) robot learning; (c) human-machine systems; (d) perception for autonomous robots; (e) grasping and manipulation; (f) networking at multiple and extreme scales; (g) high degrees of automation systems with and without humans in the loop; (h) real‐time Control and Adaptation;
Tenure-Track Assistant Professor - Foundations UMass Lowell
The Department of Art and Design at the University of Massachusetts Lowell seeks applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Foundations beginning in the Fall 2020. The search committee is interested in reviewing applicants who have a substantial record of accomplishment in their field, as demonstrated by museum/gallery exhibitions or presentations in other venues relevant to their practice. All fields within the visual arts will be considered. Preference will be given to candidates who are conversant with interdisciplinary thought and practice and demonstrate innovative approaches in their research. Additionally, candidates must provide evidence of an ongoing commitment to significant, innovative, and forward-looking scholarship/creative work that could lead to tenure and promotion after a five-year probationary period. A demonstrable record of grants, residencies, and reviews in noted journals, news sources, and publications will also reflect favorably on the candidate.

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