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Labor Education Coordinator UMass Lowell
In coordination with the Labor Education Director, the Labor Education Coordinator will teach non-credit conferences, classes and workshops in the University, Merrimack Valley and North Shore communities. They will assist with the day-to-day functions within the Labor Education Program and serve as the communications specialist. At times, they may work directly with students to enhance their UML learning experience by providing labor experience and resources in classes and coordinating on-campus events.
Conflict of Interest & Export Control Officer UMass Boston
This position is the primary point of contact for all internal and external inquiries, advises the campus and faculty on regulatory requirements, and provides leadership and direction in COI and EC. These areas include disclosure review, policy development, compliance committee work and outreach and training activities.
Assistant Teaching Professor - Finance UMass Lowell
The Finance Department at the Robert J. Manning School of Business at the University of Massachusetts Lowell invites applications for a non-tenure track position at the rank of Assistant Teaching Professor to start in the Fall of 2020. The position is renewable annually, potentially leading to an appointment of Associate Teaching Professor following five consecutive years of excellent performance evaluations.
Enrollment Coach UMass Boston
The Enrollment Coach at the University pf Massachusetts Boston will provide support for prospective students of graduate and online programs.
Assistant Professor - English Composition & Rhetoric, Director of Writing Center UMass Boston
The University of Massachusetts Boston invites applications for a new tenure-track assistant professor position, in composition & rhetoric, beginning September 1, 2020. The normal teaching load of tenure-track faculty is 2 courses per semester. The faculty member will receive appropriate courseload reductions while serving as Director of the writing center. We seek an outstanding scholar-teacher, with expertise in composition and rhetoric and active participation in the field of writing center studies, to direct a writing center, based in the English department, which serves undergraduate and graduate students across the university. Competitive candidates will have a robust research agenda in writing studies, composition and rhetoric, and/or writing across the curriculum or writing in the disciplines; a demonstrated interest in writing center theory and practice; and a vision for how a successful writing center can contribute to a vibrant culture of writing at a diverse public university.
Pre-Award Research Admin Rev UMass Amherst
The Pre-Award Research Administrator - Reviewer is responsible for proposal review and submission; interpretation and implementation of Federal, State, and University regulations; provides education and training for sponsored and proposal development activities; serves as a resource person for faculty and staff and is a liaison with sponsoring agencies.
Clerical Assistant, Advancement Research UMass Amherst
Under the supervision of the Director of Central Research Services, the Clerical Assistant for Research conducts research on known and potential individual, foundation and corporate prospects to meet ongoing development needs and identify prospective major donors; compiles, assesses and conveys pertinent results via biographical sketches, prospect profiles and prospect summaries; and ensures new information is recorded in Advance database.
Senior Director of Development, College of Natural Sciences UMass Amherst
The College of Natural Sciences at the University of Massachusetts Amherst seeks an entrepreneurial and solutions-focused development professional to serve as its new Senior Director of Development (SDOD). This role will raise major and principal gifts through the identification and cultivation of new donors as well as inspire current donors to higher levels of giving. The SDOD will join a high performing team that embodies focused determination and positivity as it drives the College toward new levels of philanthropic success and social impact. Reporting into the Assistant Dean for Advancement at the College of Natural Sciences, the SDOD’s responsibilities will include growing and managing a portfolio of individual donors located in Massachusetts, New York City, and on the West Coast. They will cultivate, solicit, and steward prospects and donors at major and principal gift levels ($100K-$1M+), while launching a systematic initiative to identify and qualify new donors that meet institutional fundraising goals.
Clerk IV - Lead Administrative Assistant UMass Amherst
As the Center for Counseling & Psychological Health (CCPH) Lead Administrative Clerk, performs the following duties in varying percentages based on need: greets clients, enters client demographic and insurance information in Electronic Health Record (EHR) system, answers and appropriately sorts and allocates all incoming calls, enters and updates information in Center for Affordable Quality Healthcare (CAQH) clinician accounts, trains and supervises front desk staff. Supports CCPH Leadership team and program coordinators with administrative tasks and delegation of tasks to other administrative staff. Works under the direction of the Center for Counseling and Psychological Health (CCPH) Office Supervisor, who assigns duties and reviews performance for efficiency and conformance with instructions.
Dir International Admissions UMass Amherst
Under the general direction of the Vice Provost of Enrollment Management, this position is responsible for management and leadership of Undergraduate International Admissions. The Director of International Admissions plays a critical role in helping to define the university’s undergraduate international recruitment and enrollment goals as well as seeing the those goals are met. International undergraduate students account for approximately 22% of the University’s net-revenue generated by undergraduate students.
Project Planner/Manager UMass Amherst
Under the direction of the Director for Campus Planning, the Project Planner/Manager is responsible for project management for planning phases of capital projects and other planning projects utilizing both in-house resources and external consultants.
Program Manager UMass President's Office
University Information Technology Services (UITS) of the University of Massachusetts System Office is seeking a Program Manager with a distinctive blend of business, IT, communication and consultative planning skills to enable successful achievement of strategic goals and desired business outcomes via proactive management of the entire lifecycle of multiple related projects comprising significant transformational programs for technology and business capabilities. Examples of UITS and UMass programs include: Digital transformation of the applicant and student experience; Cloud migration; Digital workplace transformation; CRM for Employee Success; Enterprise risk management; and Cybersecurity maturity and awareness. The primary purpose of the Program Manager role is to lead, oversee and ensure the successful planning, delivery and management of programs and projects within scope, quality, time and cost constraints. Programs are highly dynamic and require adaptive change management and the ability to learn and develop subject matter expertise across business and technology domains for a given program focus area. The ideal candidate is a persuasive change agent with a growth mindset and possesses the following competencies: comfortable with complexity and effectively coordinates across many streams of activity; gains sponsor and stakeholder commitment by building trust through transparency and good judgment; encourages cooperation and compromise with competing priorities; and has a track record of setting challenging goals and demonstrates a strong drive for results.  The Program Manager reports to the Director of Portfolio and Project Management (PPM) and is a member of the Project Management Office (PMO.)  The team collaborates with colleagues in UITS, all departments in UMass System Office, campus IT and functional stakeholders across all major areas of university operations.
Cable Engineering Contractor Liaison UMass Amherst
The Cable Engineering Contractor Liaison is the department’s primary point of contact between outside contractors, UMass Campus departments, and Network Communications. The Contractor Liaison facilitates communication between campus departments and external service providers to establish job scope, clarity of expectations, obtain funding, resolve complaints, and oversees quality control in order to ensure compliance with contract documents and applicable standards.
Clerk V-Executive Assistant to the Director UMass Amherst
Provides administrative assistance to the Director of the Institute for Applied Life Sciences (IALS).
Maintainer I (CC Facilities) UMass Amherst
Performs general custodial duties in connection with the cleaning and maintenance of a building or of an assigned area within a building in the Auxiliary Services Department.  Works as a member of a team cleaning custodial program (CAPP Hillyard  Rovic) which includes housekeeping, cleaning, moving furniture and trash removal in the Campus Center.  Performs related work as required.
Mac Administrator UMass Amherst
The Mac Administrator configures, maintains, and supports computer systems, iOS devices and software applications that provide mission critical services to the students, faculty and staff in IT computer classrooms, departmental computer labs and the Learning Commons.  Under the direct supervision of the Associate Manager of IT Computer Classrooms, the Mac Administrator also recommends new technologies and participates in the implementation process and special projects, while working collaboratively in a team environment.
Identity Management Specialist UMass Amherst
The Identity Management Specialist will help develop, implement, monitor, and continually improve procedures, and resource allocations to ensure professional, high quality technology support and services to the UMass Amherst Campus including its executives, faculty, staff, and administrators.  This individual will support directory services including Active Directory, principal authentication/authorization and federation, and the integration of these services with other University IT systems.  Ensure that the campus is in compliance with University policies and procedures, along with federal and state laws.
Fisheries Research Technician / Technical Associate UMass Dartmouth
The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth is seeking applications for a Technical Associate in the Fisheries Oceanography Department.
Lecturer A - Veterinary & Animal Sciences UMass Amherst
Non-tenure track, calendar-year (12 month) Lecturer position in Veterinary and Animal Sciences Department. Applicants should have expertise in at least one of the following areas: animal agriculture, research animal management, biotechnology, or veterinary medicine. Applicants with substantial knowledge and hands-on experience with the handling, husbandry, and health care of multiple species (large animals, small animals, and/or research animals) are encouraged to apply.
Collection Analysis and Development Librarian UMass Boston
The Joseph P. Healey Library at the University of Massachusetts Boston seeks an innovative, collaborative and versatile professional to join a creative, collegial and dynamic team at an urban public research university.

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