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Visiting Instructor - Department of Public Health - Zuckerberg College of Health Sciences UMass Lowell
The Department of Public Health in the Zuckerberg College of Health Sciences at University of Massachusetts Lowell welcomes applications for a Visiting Instructor for the 2022-2023 academic year. This role is a one-year visiting post with a 4-4 teaching load, with possible renewal at the end of the year with a positive performance of teaching and service. A successful candidate will teach a variety of courses serving majors and non-majors in the Department. These courses may include Introduction to Public Health, Social Determinants of Health, and Health Policy. The successful candidate will also contribute to the Department through participation in Department, College, and University committees and events, advising undergraduate students, and assisting with recruitment activities. The successful candidate will be expected to begin work on September 1, 2022.
Postdoctoral Research Associate – Printed Electronics Research Collaborative (PERC) UMass Lowell
The successful applicant will conduct analytical and experimental research in the areas of additive manufacturing for RF and MW devices; utilize various direct-write printers to print various inks and devices; and help immediate supervisor in writing scholarly articles and proposals.
Departmental Assistant - Academic Success Intern (Post Grad Internship) UMass Amherst
The Academic Success Intern will be supervised by the Senior Assistant Director of Academic Success with the primary responsibility of meeting with his/her assigned caseload of student-athletes to develop and improve academic related skills and contribute to the development and maintenance of objective based study hall plans.
Departmental Assistant - Assistant Athletic Trainer (Post Grad Internship) UMass Amherst
Assists Athletic Injury Care Staff in the areas of prevention, care and rehabilitation of athletic related injuries. Assist with the daily duties in various athletic injury care facilities on campus. Duties include, but are not restricted to: room coverage, practice and game coverage.
Travel and Expense Manager UMass President's Office
The Travel Expense Manager manages the programs responsible for administering and monitoring travel policies and guidelines to deliver efficient travel arrangements and is responsible for directing and managing the Travel program staff to deliver service across the University System at the highest level to clients that focuses on quality, productivity and cost in an environment that fosters employee engagement, supports continuous improvement, manages risks, and ensures compliance with all policies and regulations.
Research Fellow - Communication Disorders UMass Amherst
The Research Fellow will be responsible for testing of all of the participant groups, and providing written reports to families. The Research Fellow will be responsible for participant recruitment and scheduling, data collection, data management, and overseeing student hourly employees in the lab.
Educator III - Project Leader, Nutrition Education Program - Raynham UMass Amherst
The Project Leader in the Raynham office is responsible for leadership and management of the Nutrition Education Program (NEP) in the local community/at the community level. Develop program objectives, design delivery methods, and implement evaluation procedures in collaboration with the SNAP-Ed & EFNEP Leader and other NEP state office specialists. Supervise the implementation of nutrition education programs and related activities in target area for target population. Hire, train, supervise, and evaluate clerical and nutrition education staff. Oversee staff and project activities to ensure a high quality program and progress of participants. Prepare required plans and reports. Seek continued and alternative funding sources for program support including collaboration with community organizations. Manage the local EFNEP and SNAP-Ed budgets.
Campus Planner UMass Lowell
Reporting to the Assoc. Director of Planning and FIS or designee, the Campus Planner is responsible for supporting the full range of campus planning functions for one the nation’s fastest growing universities, with an emphasis on planning analysis and space planning; capital projects, including feasibility assessment, programming and preliminary design; and planning that supports a more sustainable campus environment. The Campus Planner position is an opportunity to join a dynamic Facilities Planning team with potential for advancement and growth.
Upskilling Navigator - Brockton, MA UMass Amherst
This position is located in Brockton, MA. The MassHire Greater Brockton Career Center is a non-profit One-Stop Career Center that is managed by the University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute (UMDI) and is overseen under charter with the MassHire Greater Brockton Workforce Board. The MassHire Greater Brockton Career Center is located in downtown Brockton and provides employment and training services to businesses and job seekers. The Upskilling Navigator will support the recruitment, screening, and enrollment of Career Center customers into American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA)-funded upskilling training programs. The focus of the program is on advanced skill training and education in order to help customers achieve their employment goals in regional priority industries.
Senior Program Coordinator - Brockton, MA UMass Amherst
This position is located in Brockton, MA. The MassHire Greater Brockton Career Center (MHGBCC) is a non-profit One-Stop Career Center that is managed by the University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute (UMDI) and is overseen under charter with the MassHire Greater Brockton Workforce Board (GBWB). The Senior Program Coordinator manages the delivery of MHGBCC program services for job seekers. The Senior Program Coordinator must ensure that Sponsor and State-directed program benchmarks are met, and provide day to day functional supervision of assigned staff. The Senior Program Coordinator, both through their own efforts and through their team, will work to develop and foster opportunities for individuals at all skill levels and levels of experience by offering career services that motivate, support, and empower customers.
Research Compliance Analyst - IACUC (potential hybrid work opportunity) UMass Amherst
The Research Compliance Analyst, working with research compliance committees and the Research Compliance Specialist, provides support and guidance for the operation and monitoring of campus regulatory compliance programs with specific focus on research involving animals and potentially biohazardous agents in research. The primary responsibilities of the position are to manage research compliance procedures, develop appropriate training activities, and provide service-oriented administrative support to the campus research community.
Supplier Relationship Manager UMass President's Office
Under the direction of the Director of Strategic Procurement, the Supplier Relationship Manager oversees the centralized university supplier/vendor file for the Unified Procurement Services Team (UPST). The incumbent will manage the processing of supplier/vendor information for the UPST within strict time-sensitive deadlines.
Strength & Conditioning Coach/Director of Sport Performance UMass Boston
The Strength and Conditioning Coach/Director of Sports Performance, within the Division of Athletics, will oversee all areas of student-athlete athletic sport performance and be a part of a sport performance team of professionals working to build a holistic sport performance program model that includes a systems and data science approach to athletic performance. This person will rely on a team approach and department-wide collaboration to best determine the current and future direction, brand and culture of UMass Boston Sports Performance. S/he will be responsible for the design, implementation, execution and monitoring of strength and conditioning programs for all 18 intercollegiate Varsity programs within the department. The Director will collaborate with the Sports Medicine Team on all matters of student health, rehabilitation and return-to-play protocols. S/he will have oversight of an Assistant Sport Performance Coach and will be responsible for the scheduling of the Varsity Weight Room for in-season and non-traditional Varsity programs, as well as open-gym times, throughout the academic year. This person will consistently provide leadership, mentorship and motivation to student-athletes. They will be responsible for the maintenance, cleanliness, functionality and development of the Varsity Weight Room. S/he will participate in the budgeting process related to sports performance including planning, short-term and long-term development. S/he will effectively communicate with athletes and coaches, tailoring training programs to individual and team performance needs. The Director will also be responsible for the development and growth of the Undergraduate Sports Performance Internship.
Internship Placement Manager UMass Boston
The Internship Placement Manager in CEHD will primarily provide support for identifying internship opportunities and placements for students majoring in Sport Leadership and Administration, with additional field placement support for undergraduate students in CEHD including assisting with managing student and organizational internship records, teaching and course planning for field placement/internship courses, and relationship building with internal and external sport organizations. The manager will also assist with recruitment, admissions, field placement, and accreditation. The manager will teach up to two to three field placement/internship courses per year, providing supervision to undergraduate students in the Sport Leadership and Administration program.
Scheduling and Events Coordinator UMass Boston
As an integral member of the Campus Center and Event Services team, the Scheduling and Events Coordinator will work under the supervision of the Assistant Director for Event Management and Reservations, to assist the space and reservations process for events, including meetings, conferences, lectures, banquets, vendors and similar programs. The incumbent will work alongside university departments, student organizations and conference services clients to reservefacilities. The incumbent will respond to inquiries; provide venue tours; discuss and confirm space usage; and work to ensure that all client reservations and requirements comply with all applicable event and space use policies. The incumbent will manage the billing and invoicing for all chargeable conferences and events.
Assistant Director for Sales and Marketing UMass Boston
Under the Supervision of the Associate Director for Event Management and Conferences, the Assistant Director for Sales and Marketing will be responsible for developing and implementing strategies to generate revenue from conference and event sales. The incumbent will develop and implement a comprehensive marketing and outreach plan which highlights meeting and event space available at UMass Boston; and will develop revenue through the production and management of sales leads via university departments, private business, and nonprofits, local, state and federal agencies. The incumbent will conduct site tours, respond to RFPs (requests for proposals), assemble event contracts and manage conference sales and marketing efforts.
Administrative Assistant I UMass Boston
The Administrative Assistant will provide administrative support to the Department of Engineering, within the College of Science and Mathematics. The incumbent will answer and respond to inquiries concerning departmental programs; greet and provide routine information to students; maintain and keep current student records and departmental files; and will assist students with registration on WISER.
Academic Advisor UMass Boston
The Academic Advisor will serve as an advisor for the CLA Advising Office within the College of Liberal Arts. The incumbent will work under the supervision of, and in close collaboration with, the Director of CLA Advising and will provide academic advising and related services to declared majors within the College. The primary responsibility will be to advise declared majors within the College. The incumbent is responsible for implementing programs and interventions focused on student learning and supporting students in attaining their educational and career goals; the incumbent will also explain and interpret university policies and procedures; they will serve as an advocate for students, when appropriate; and they will work collaboratively with faculty advisors, and act as an advising resource for CLA faculty, when necessary.
Communication Dispatcher II UMass Boston
The Dispatcher II position is an entry level, uniformed non-sworn, support position for the University Police Department. Under general supervision of the Dispatch Supervisor or the shift commander, the Dispatcher II will perform a variety of specialized support duties the Police Communication Center. Support duties may include: Operating a centralized computer aided dispatch system (CAD) to dispatch non-emergency and 911 calls for service to the campus community. This includes receiving, prioritizing, and transmitting first notification of calls for service for police, fire, and medical assistance from the campus community. The Dispatcher II will operate a fixed radio system, transmitting messages to multiple and portable units under strict rules and regulations. The Dispatcher II communicates via state and national criminal databases and is responsible for effective and accurate communications between campus law enforcement, the public, and external law enforcement agencies. Extensively documents actions and outcomes from all police, fire, and medical incidents occurring on campus into the CAD system; and perform related work as required.  Regular use of judgement and discretion is necessary to set priorities, assess the importance of information and react quickly and effectively.
Assistant Ultimate Frisbee Coach (part-time) UMass Lowell
This position will be responsible for the guidance and development of student-athletes that take part in ultimate frisbee. The candidate will attend scheduled practices and matches, advise students on skills and strategies in which they are familiar, and act as a key link in Campus Recreations risk management plan.

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