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Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management Chancellor's Office
The Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management (VCEM) is the chief enrollment officer for the university, and reports directly to the Chancellor with a dotted line to the Deputy Chancellor. The VCEM is responsible for developing and implementing an enrollment management strategy that supports the university’s enrollment objectives and attracts a diverse student body.
Student Employment Assistant Financial Aid Office
The part time Student Employment Assistant will be responsible for the processing of pre-employment paperwork and employment eligibility paperwork for student employees.
Administrative Assistant Transntnl Cultural & Comm Std
The Administrative Assistant, within Transnational Cultural and Community Studies (TCCS) and Human Services, will work alongside the TCCS Program Director, TCCS committee chairs and the Human Services Program Director to support all administrative support aspects of the TCCS program and Human Services Program.
Training Associate II Institute Community Inclusion
The Training Associate II will provide field based and administrative support on a project and initiative focused on building the capacity of organizations providing integrated employment and community supports for individuals with disabilities.
Assistant Director, ESL Program Academic Support Programs
The Assistant Director of the ESL Program is responsible for recruiting, training, and supervising English as a Second Language faculty and tutors for the University’s English as a Second Language course offerings and for assessing and advising ESL students.
Career and Asian American Alumni Coordinator VP- Acad Suppt Services
The Career and Asian American Alumni Coordinator will develop and implement career development programming in the form of career preparation workshops, job shadowing, internships, and job placement using Asian American alumni as mentors and role-models.
Reference and Instruction Librarian I Healey Library
The Reference and Instruction Librarian provides in-depth library research and instructional support at the University of Massachusetts Boston.
Director of Development/External Affairs and Partnership Relationships Athletics
The Director of Development/External Affairs and Partnership Relationships will be responsible for developing and sustaining external support and partnership relationships for the New Balance Sports Leadership and Administration Program by interacting with key sport industry leaders.
Public Services Manager MGS-Collins Ctr for Public Mgt
The Public Services Manager will manage projects in one or more of the practice areas within the Center and may manage one or more of these practice areas.
Government Services Specialist MGS-Collins Ctr for Public Mgt
The Government Services Specialists (GSS) will support one or more of the service areas within the Center and will undertake assigned projects dependent upon the needs of the Center and the project.
Lecturer in Applied Behavior Analysis Counseling & School Psychology
The Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) program at the University of Massachusetts Boston seeks a Non-tenure Track Lecturer to join the Counseling and School Psychology Department within the College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) and the Center for Social Development and Education (CSDE).
Director, Development and Outreach Gerontology Institute
The Director for Development and Outreach will develop, manage, implement and oversee strategies for the identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of prospective donors to the Pension Action Center (PAC).
Visiting Professor, Sociology Sociology
The Department of Sociology at the University of Massachusetts Boston invites applications for a visiting professor position (rank open) starting September 1, 2019.
Compensation and Benefits Analyst Human Resources
The Compensation and Benefits Analyst plays an important role in ensuring the competitiveness and effectiveness of the University's compensation and benefits programs as well as alignment with Federal, State and University regulations, policies and guidelines
Director of Talent Acquisition and Customer Solutions Human Resources
The Director of Talent Acquisition and Customer Solutions is responsible for providing strategic leadership to the Talent Acquisition and Customer Solutions (HR Business Partner) functions and employing cutting edge thinking, the use of innovation and proven best practices to deliver a world-class talent pool and superior HR customer service.
Senior Director of Labor and Employee Relations Human Resources
The Senior Director directs all aspects of the labor relations function at the University of Massachusetts Boston.
Employee/Labor Management Relations Generalist Human Resources
The Employee/Labor Management Relations Generalist will have primary duties that include the resolution of grievances pertaining to collective bargaining agreements, employee concerns, and potential disciplinary matters.
Director of Compensation and Benefits Human Resources
The Director of Compensation and Benefits is responsible for designing, developing, implementing and managing compensation and benefits programs for the University of Massachusetts Boston (UMB).
Senior Major Gift Officer, New England Metro Region VC-University Advancement
The Senior Major Gift Officer for the New England Metro Region will work closely with the Associate Vice Chancellor of Advancement in cultivating and soliciting leadership level ($100,000+) commitments to the University.
Endowed Chair in Sport Leadership and Administration Provost & VC Acad Affairs
The University of Massachusetts Boston invites applications for a tenured professor to serve in the newly created Dr. J. Keith Motley Chair for Sports Leadership & Administration. We seek an individual with a distinguished scholarly, research, and teaching record and renown in the sport leadership or sport management field.

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