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Clerk III (Seminar Coordinator - Hybrid Opportunity) UMass Amherst
The Seminar Coordinator - Clerk III is responsible for coordinating weekly seminars and providing administrative support for the department. Serve as co-receptionist for the Chemistry Department’s main office. Provide administrative assistance to the Operations Manager.
Cook I (Blue Wall) UMass Amherst
Prepares and cooks food such as meat, fish, poultry, sauces, gravies, soup and other foods in large-scale quantities; evaluates food for quality, quantity, appearance, temperature and taste. Leads small teams for the preparation of more complex dishes. Trains kitchen staff as needed.
Asst. Snack Bar Manager (Mount Ida) Mt. Ida - Newton
Assists in preparation and serving of food and beverage. Supervises personnel assigned to the unit. Maintains records. Responsible for cash handling and deposit of daily receipts for the assigned unit.
Culinary Worker II (Mount Ida) Mt. Ida - Newton
Performs routine manual and domestic job duties in a food service operation including: cooking, cleaning and serving food. The basic purpose of this work is to perform cooking tasks and assist with cleaning and food serving work as needed.
Robert J. Manning Endowed Chair in Finance UMass Lowell
The Finance Department at the Robert J. Manning School of Business, University of Massachusetts Lowell, is seeking applications for the prestigious Robert J. Manning Endowed Chair in Finance, a tenured full-professor appointment. We invite applications from tenured full professors or advanced Associate professors with the potential for promotion to full professor status with a Ph.D. in Finance from an AACSB-accredited school. The ideal candidates will possess a record of nationally recognized research in any area of Finance as evidenced by publications in top-tier finance journals. In addition, the candidate must demonstrate excellence in teaching and service within their academic community and profession. The successful candidate will be expected to maintain a high-quality research agenda, mentor Ph.D. students, work collegially, and collaborate effectively with faculty, graduate and undergraduate students, alumni, and stakeholders within the School and the broader community. Additionally, they will be required to continue their external service to the profession. Appointment start date is open.
Director of Athletics UMass Lowell
The University of Massachusetts Lowell, located in Lowell, Massachusetts, is seeking a dynamic leader to fill the position of Director of Athletics.
Athletic Communications Assistant UMass Lowell
UMass Lowell is currently seeking to hire an Athletic Communications Assistant. This position is pivotal in developing multimedia content, managing relationships with the media, and overseeing various administrative tasks within the athletics department. Candidates are expected to hold a bachelor’s degree and possess prior experience in collegiate communications to qualify for this role.
Research Coordinator I (multiple positions) UMass Lowell
Under the direction of the Principal Investigator or designee, the Research Coordinator I is responsible for carrying out multiple complex research protocols.
Post Doctoral Research Associate - Katz Lab UMass Amherst
The postdoctoral research associate will perform research on a project related to neurogenesis and connectomics in the nudibranch Berghia stephanieae under the guidance and supervision of the Principle Investigator, Dr. Paul Katz. The appointee is expected to establish some independence in research design and execution, to publish her/his work as appropriate in collaboration with the principle investigator, and to be an engaged member of the lab. The appointee will be expected to mentor undergraduates in related independent research.
Associate Lecturers (English) UMass Boston
The English Department at UMass Boston anticipates availability for non-tenure-track associate lecturers in English to teach up to four sections (12 credits) of first-year composition, to start in fall and occasionally spring semesters. Availability of courses depends on student enrollment and is not guaranteed beyond one semester. In addition to instruction, the successful candidates will be expected to follow standard departmental policies related to instruction and course coordination in multi-section classes.
Staff Psychologist/Psychotherapist UMass Dartmouth
The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth is accepting applications for a Psychologist or Psychotherapist (12 -month position) in the Counseling Services Department.
CDL Shuttle Driver (part-time/temporary) UMass Lowell
Drivers will act as customer service representatives and drive University shuttle buses on designated routes transporting community members between various locations on campus.
Research Fellow - Limoges UMass Amherst
Under the supervision of the Principal Investigator (PI), the candidate will serve as the Research Fellow for an externally funded research study. This position will be responsible for day-to-day operations of the overall project which includes participant recruiting, screening, scheduling, processing reimbursements, managing volunteers during exercise training, record keeping and data archiving, tracking applicable research training, and preparing annual reports and semi-annual newsletters. The Research Fellow will also be expected to meet with the full research group once per month and meet with the Assistant Professor, Research Assistants and undergraduate staff weekly, depending upon data collection and other study tasks.
Associate Director of Outreach & Employer Relations (Hybrid Opportunity) UMass Amherst
The Associate Director of Outreach and Employer Relations reports to the Executive Director of Outreach and Employer Relations and works closely with other units in the Isenberg School to create, plan, and execute professional development opportunities for external constituents to engage with current students. The Associate Director will identify and connect with external partners to build networking, professional development programming, and pathways to internship and job opportunities for Isenberg undergraduate and graduate students, including on-campus events as well as off-campus field experiences.
Administrative Assistant II for Conferencing & Events UMass Dartmouth
The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth is accepting applications for an Administrative Assistant II in the Conferencing and Events Department
Visiting (Open Rank) Research Professor UMass Amherst
The Visiting (Open Rank) Research Professor for Slavery North will actively participate in both the scholarly and social environment of the center. Visiting Research Professors, with support of Slavery North leadership, will conduct independent research and create original works in one or more of the five mandate areas of Slavery North which include 1) Canadian Slavery, (2) slavery in the US North, (3) the comparative study of slavery in Canada, the US North, and other northern or temperate regions, (4) the study of the inter-connectedness of slavery in Canada and the US North with Caribbean Slavery, and (5) Black-Indigenous relations in Canadian Slavery or US North Slavery. Furthermore, the research must center on the enslaved and/or adopt an anti-colonial, de-colonial, post-colonial, and/or anti-racist methodology/approach which challenges the nature of European and Euro-American imperialism and colonialism and interrogates the racist logic of the institution of Transatlantic Slavery.
Lecturer (Sports Leadership and Administration) UMass Boston
The Sport Leadership and Administration program at the University of Massachusetts Boston seeks a full-time non-tenure-track Lecturer (one-year appointment) to join the Department of Counseling and School Psychology in the College of Education and Human Development, beginning Fall 2024. Responsibilities include: (1) teach undergraduate-level courses; (2) advise undergraduate students; (3) assist in the recruitment and selection of new students; and (4) provide service to university, college, and departmental committees, and to professional associations. The successful candidate will work closely with the Internship Coordinator for the Sport Leadership and Administration program. Typically, full-time Non-Tenure Track faculty teach 12-credits every fall and spring semester
Visiting Professor - Finance UMass Lowell
UMass Lowell recently earned the Carnegie Mellon R1 Research classification. The Finance Department offers Ph.D. and MS degrees in Finance, a Finance concentration in the MBA, and a Finance concentration in the BSBA program. The incoming candidate would be expected to teach a minimum of three courses per semester and to engage in departmental service.  Service would include advising, mentoring, student recruiting, supporting undergraduate co-curricular activities, and managing the trading room. The successful candidate could also be appointed as the Director of Undergraduate Student Success, which provides an additional stipend.
Economics - Lecturer 100% UMass Amherst
The Department of Economics invites applications for a full-time Lecturer. Teaching responsibilities will include three (3) undergraduate classes per semester. The Department seeks applicants capable of teaching a broad and flexible course list and, in particular, Behavioral Economics and Money and Banking. This position will start on September 1, 2024, and the initial appointment will be for one year. The potential for reappointment is contingent upon funding availability and satisfactory performance. Annual salary range is commensurate with experience.
Director Research & Engagement UMass Amherst
The Director of Research and Engagement (Art History - Slavery North) is responsible for managing all aspects of Slavery North’s fellowship program and developing strategies to increase national and international awareness of the program and the work of its fellows and researchers throughout the realms of the arts, fines arts, and academia. The Director develops and implements strategies to reach these goals through a variety of outcomes including podcasts, curation of art exhibitions, colloquiums, and media work focused on the mandate areas of Slavery North, as well as the supervision of research conducted by Slavery North’s cohorts with emphasis on art historical disciplinary perspectives.

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