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Evening Circulation Desk Assistant Healey Library
The Evening Circulation Desk Assistant is responsible for all circulation functions, which includes assisting with reference and coordinating reserves. The incumbent works with other staff to provide courteous, accurate, timely, and effective library services on site, virtually, and by other means such as social media and other developing technologies in academic libraries. The basic purpose of this work is to aid in the maintenance, preparation, distribution and lending of library resources and other materials on site, and through the network of libraries to which UMass Boston belongs.
Assistant Director Undergraduate Admissions
The Assistant Director for Undergraduate Admissions is responsible for attracting students to the University through visits and attendance at college fairs and/or through the development of special projects that bring students to the campus.
Fixed Asset Accountant Controller's Office
The Fixed Asset Accountant reports directly to the Associate Controller and is responsible for asset management accounting functions and reporting as well as the daily operations of the Property department.
Senior Accountant (Senior Financial Analyst) Controller's Office
The Senior Accountant is responsible for general ledger maintenance, system interfaces and reconciliation, preparation and analysis of the university’s financial statements.
Financial Aid Packaging Specialist Financial Aid Office
The Financial Aid Packaging Specialist will provide processing support to Financial Aid Services with a focus on compliance.
CRM Application Administrator Chancellor's Office
The CRM Administrator utilizes technical skills to support operations and projects across a wide range of campus initiatives that enable campus stakeholders to support students with better tools and information.  S/he collaborates with IT Application Services and Project Managers to deliver high-quality support as a trusted partner for campus stakeholders.  This position requires technical expertise and a demonstrated ability to learn new technologies and work collaboratively to improve our CRM technology solutions.
Master Teacher CEHD - Dean's Office
The University of Massachusetts Boston seeks a dynamic individual with relevant K-12 STEM teaching experience to join our team supporting K-6 teachers in teaching STEM, specifically science.
Massachusetts Region 6 Professional Development Center Lead Coach & Coaching Manager Institute for Early Education
The Massachusetts Region 6 Professional Development Center Lead Coach/Coaching Manager will be responsible for overseeing the planning and delivery of coaching services, including the supervision of coaches, in EEC region 6.
Massachusetts Region 6 Professional Development Coordinator Institute for Early Education
The Massachusetts Region 6 Professional Development Coordinator will supervise and oversee all aspects of the Region 6 StrongStart Professional Development Center, including the scheduling and delivery of services, maintenance of quality professional development, communication to the field about professional development and coaching offered in Region 6, and reporting on grant services.
Statewide Assistant Coordinator Institute for Early Education
The Statewide Assistant Coordinator will work closely with the Director and Grant Coordinator to maintain the high standards through growth and development of the program. The Statewide Assistant Coordinator will coordinate convenings of key stakeholders and partners, support StrongStart communications delivery, and participate in state data collection.
Statewide Coaching System Manager Institute for Early Education
The StrongStart Statewide Coaching System Manager will support the design, development, testing, and implementation of the StrongStart Program Coaching Model through the StrongStart Training and Technical Assistance grant.  The StrongStart Statewide Coaching System Manager will supervise the Lead Coaches/Coaching Managers at each regional StrongStart Professional Development Center across the state.
Statewide Fiscal & Evaluation Manager Institute for Early Education
The StrongStart Statewide Fiscal and Evaluation Manager will be responsive for the fiscal management and data monitoring for the contractors and overall grant funds and deliverables for the StrongStart Training and Technical Assistance Grant which is being administered by UMB’s Institute for Early Education Leadership and Innovation. This includes conducting fiscal monitoring and support and audit of sub-contracted professional development, timely reporting and invoicing of grant funds to the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care, and developing and managing a system for payment of fees for services.
Statewide Grant Manager Institute for Early Education
The Statewide Grant Coordinator (Deputy Director) provides day-to-day management, leadership and coordination for all aspects of the Strongstart Training and Technical Assistance grant, including grant compliance, monitoring and reporting, maintaining communication with the funder, and supervision of the Coaching System Manager, Training and Technical Assistance Manager, Statewide Professional Development Center Manager, Fiscal Manager, and Assistant Coordinator.
Statewide Professional Development Centers Manager Institute for Early Education
The StrongStart Statewide Professional Development Centers Manager is responsible for overseeing and supporting the five regional StrongStart Professional Development Centers(PDCs) across the state. The StrongStart Statewide Professional Development Centers Manager will provide guidance, support, and monitoring for the regional PDC Coordinators.
Statewide Training & Industry Navigation Manager Institute for Early Education
The StrongStart Statewide Training and Industry Navigation Manager is responsible for oversight of training, including the development of new content, and industry navigation for the  StrongStart Training and Technical Assistance Grant.  The StrongStart Statewide Training and Industry Navigation Manager will oversee the Training Specialists at each of the Professional Development Centers statewide to support consistent quality in service delivery and content statewide.
Chief of Staff Institute for Early Education
The StrongStart Training and Technical Assistance (SSTTA) Chief of Staff will serve as a primary liaison to the SSTTA Director for all high-level internal and external constituencies.  The Chief of Staff will coordinate communications, events, planning, Director’s calendar, and correspondence related to the StrongStart Training and Technical Assistance grant.
Financial Research Administrator III Research & Sponsored Programs
We are building a team to meet a world of new and dynamic challenges and are looking for an outstanding Research Administrator to join UMass Boston's central Post-Award team.
College of Liberal Arts Academic Advisor CLA - Dean's Office
College of Liberal Arts Academic Advisor
International Student and Scholar Services Advisor Office of Global Programs
The International Student and Scholar Services Advisor supports international students and scholars as they integrate into and become engaged members of the UMass Boston community.
Assistant Professor, Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies and Critical Ethnic & Community Studies Women's Gender Sexuality Studi
Tenure Track Assistant Professor in the department of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and the MS Program in Critical Ethnic and Community Studies

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