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Nutrition Education Program Director - UMass Extension (Hybrid Opportunity) UMass Amherst
The UMass Extension Nutrition Education Program (NEP), provides nutrition education for low-income families and individuals from offices in Boston, Lawrence, Raynham, Auburn, and Springfield, with administrative offices at UMass Amherst and the Mount Ida Campus of UMass Amherst in Newton. The Nutrition Education Program Director serves as program leader for the SNAP-Ed and EFNEP programs and coordinates the development, implementation and evaluation of the two programs.
Assistant Teaching Professor/Art Education UMass Dartmouth
The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth is seeking applications for an Assistant Teaching Professor/Art Education.
Communications Program Assistant UMass Boston
The Institute for Community Inclusion (IC) Program Assistant- Marketing and Communications will work closely with all members of the Marketing and Communications team to support activities related to marketing and advertising strategies. The Program Assistant will support staff located at the Boston office as well as staff working as telecommuters. The Program Assistant will assist with digital and print design, data visualization, marketing/outreach/publicity, social media and email campaigns, eLearning/Instructional design, and other related tasks. This position will report directly to the Communications Specialist Manager. This position will operate out of the Boston office with potential for a hybrid on-site/remote work schedule.
Research Associate UMass Boston
The Research Associate I will assist the Principal Investigator in managing and carrying out a qualitative research project using an equity and justice framework in collaboration with New England Native American communities, to understand the experiences, perspectives, and needs of Native Americans impacted by the opioid epidemic and address their employment and economic well-being. The incumbent will act as a liaison with individuals, groups, organizations, and tribal entities, and participate in all aspects of the Native Equity in Employment and Recovery (NEER) Project, including: community outreach and engagement; recruiting, coaching, and mentoring co-researchers with lived experience; convening and facilitating meetings, focus groups, and other gatherings; designing and carrying out a co-creation strategy to develop research procedures and protocols; working with co-researchers to collect, analyze, and interpret qualitative data; presenting findings to the community for input, feedback, and action; and producing reports and other materials for multiple audiences. The Research Associate I will participate in the development, implementation, and evaluation of a feasibility pilot.
Depart Grant Administrator II-III UMass Boston
The Departmental Grant Administrator (DGA) is a three-level series that supports the Institute for Community Inclusion and the School for Global Inclusion and Social Development. This series will provide routine oversight and management of the research grant portfolios of multiple Principal Investigators (PI’s) by researching, preparing, and monitoring externally funded grants, contracts and cooperative agreements. The Departmental Grant Administrator will be responsible for account maintenance; processing personnel actions; forecasting, expenditure reporting, as well as account allocations; and maintaining grant records in compliance with university and research sponsor policies. The incumbents will work closely with each PI on all aspects of the administration of his/her research project, including provision of analysis and modifications and assisting with special projects, when needed. The Departmental Grant Administrator will work in collaboration with the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (ORSP) and other central administrative units at the University; and may supervise other grants administration staff.
Director of University Events UMass Boston
The Director of University Events will manage all chancellor-hosted and other campus-wide events and provide guidance and support for events related to the Office of the Chancellor as well as campus-wide. The incumbent will plan, promote, execute, and evaluate events planned by the office, and works collaboratively with university offices and external constituents when applicable to ensure all events meet university standards. The Director acts as liaison to the UMass System Office and Board of Trustees and works directly with the campus leadership in assigned matters.
Finance Clerk UMass President's Office
Under the direction of the Senior Staff Accountant, this position will be responsible for following department procedures processing University transactions in the state accounting system (MMARS). In addition, this position will collaborate with the Office of the State Comptroller to assist with monthly, quarterly, and annual reporting requirements for the University.
Assistant Director of Event Management & Facility Operations UMass Amherst
Reporting to the Associate Director of Athletics, Facilities, Operations & Events, responsible for providing leadership to the day-to-day facility and event operations for the University of Massachusetts Division I intercollegiate athletics program.  Execute all aspects of event management, crowd management, venue set up and tear down, coordination of visiting teams and officials, leadership of contest management committee and branding facility projects.  Execute facility management efforts, maintenance, renovations and special projects as assigned by the Associate Director of Athletics, Facilities, Operations & Events. Supervises interns, student and event staff.
Clerk V - Retirement Specialist UMass Amherst
Serves as University’s retirement specialist including daily administration of retirement programs. Responds knowledgeably to a broad range of inquiries (routine to complex) regarding HR policies, procedures, programs and benefits. Strives to provide superior customer service to all University customers (internal and external) in person at the Service Center, via telephone, e-mail, Salesforce and other modes of communication.
Rape Crisis Advocate (Multiple Positions Available) UMass Amherst
Under the general supervision of Associate Director for Counseling and Rape Crisis Services, assists in the provision of services of the daily operations of 24 hour comprehensive services for victims/survivors and the family and friends of victims/survivors of sexual and relationship violence, and participates in violence prevention efforts and education to meet grant, program, and departmental goals. This is a grant-funded position with reappointment dependent on funding availability.
Mt Ida Campus Asst Director Mt. Ida - Newton
Manages operational activities of the campus including budget management, space rentals, HR and other business operations. Maintains a confidential relationship with the Mt Ida Campus Director on sensitive campus policy, budgetary and personnel matters. Represents the Mt Ida Campus Director, where appropriate, on committees, task forces, and other administrative groups.
Utility Mechanical Operations Manager UMass Amherst
The Utility Mechanical Operations Manager manages the operation, maintenance and repair of the campus steam, sanitary, potable water, RO water and storm water distribution systems and related equipment.
Employee Relations Mgr UMass Amherst
The Employee Relations Manager is responsible for the implementation and administration of a positive and effective labor and employee relations program for University Health Services. Evaluate and resolve human relations, labor relations, and work-related problems to promote employee health and well-being; interview staff to discuss a variety of work-related matters to promote morale, health, and productivity; meet with management to determine appropriate action in disciplinary matters; provide advice and counsel to staff and managers about university, state, and federal rules, regulations, and procedures, and requirements for compliance; maintain records and monitor compliance with all relevant laws and regulations.
Clerk IV - Academic Program Assistant - HYBRID OPTIONS UMass Amherst
The Academic Program Assistant (Clerk IV) will provide staff support for the Elaine Marieb College of Nursing academic programs.
Facilities Manager UMass Boston
The Venture Development Center (VDC) is a professional, dynamic, efficient, and sustainable strategic business development center. By attracting and leveraging resources and expertise, the VDC builds innovative entrepreneurial collaborations between UMass Boston and industry sectors and assists faculty, staff and students, no matter which university they attended, to transfer promising technologies into new commercial enterprises. The VDC Facility Manager will provide leadership and execution of client recruitment, program leadership and day-to-day operations. The incumbent will interact with many academic and administrative units of the university, as well as with business, government, and university leaders throughout the Boston-area. S/he will establish policies and procedures to ensure that VDC programs meet the highest standards of best practice, as well as support the mission and accomplish the strategic goals of the university.
TURI Education & Training Associate UMass Lowell
Would you like to be part of a dynamic team of people committed to promoting healthier businesses and communities in Massachusetts and beyond? As the creative force behind our groundbreaking training program, the Education & Training Associate (E&TA) will help empower experts to better protect the environment and make communities healthier places to live and work. The Education & Training Associate collaborates with the Training Manager to coordinate and execute education and training conferences, webinars, and online and in-person events, helping bring new instructional methods and tools to TURI's training events.
Student Success Coach (multiple positions) UMass Lowell
This position requires an advanced, developmental, analytical, and proactive problem-solving approach to overall student success for an online, non-traditional student population. Candidate should have outstanding customer service and relationship building skills, high comfort level with technology, and the ability to quickly learn new processes and systems.
Elementary & Special Education Program Supervisors (part-time/temporary) UMass Lowell
University of Massachusetts Lowell is seeking part-time program supervisors with interest and experience teaching elementary or special education in public schools to supervise teacher candidates in their practicum. Program Supervisors observe, coach, and train undergraduate candidates seeking teacher licensure, working collaboratively with teacher preparation faculty on supervision protocols, and executing the state mandated Candidate Assessment of Performance (CAP). Supervisions typically occur 1-2 times per month on weekdays between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m., in schools located primarily in the Merrimack Valley. Supervisors observe and meet regularly with teacher candidates during their practicum.
Clerk IV - Assistant to the Department Head and Assoc. Department Head UMass Amherst
The Assistant to the Head of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics provides information, general instruction and administrative support to the Faculty Search and Personnel Committees within the Department, overseeing and initiating appropriate actions regarding Personnel and Academic administration for faculty.  The position manages daily operations, human resources activities and performs webpage development and maintenance for the Department.
Clerk IV (Conference Services) UMass Amherst
Meets with academic and non-academic groups to arrange functions. Performs room scheduling. Attends events and functions to ensure compliance with regulations and smooth operations.

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