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Employment Specialist I Institute Community Inclusion
The Employment Specialist I for the Institute of Community Inclusion (ICI) will provide services necessary to assist individuals with disabilities in obtaining and maintaining employment in the community in integrated settings. The incumbent will work with individuals who have barriers to employment to identify job interests, evaluate and assess work skills and needed work place supports, based upon individual preferences, skills and job duties. The Employment Specialist I will develop relationships with employers in order to identify jobs and to support the successful transition of job seekers into employment; will provide on-going supports as needed to facilitate employment retentions; and will provide case management and service coordination, as needed to facilitate access to and the coordination of services necessary for successful employment outcomes.
Training Specialist Institute for Early Education
The Massachusetts Region 6 Professional Development Center Training Specialist will coordinate the planning, scheduling , and delivery of trainings for the Region 6 Professional Development Center. The Massachusetts Region 6 Professional Development Center Training Specialist will evaluate trainers in Region 6 and support the delivery of consistent quality professional development.
Grants and Contracts Administrator IV Research & Sponsored Programs
The GCA works with the Principal Investigators (PIs) and department business managers to cultivate research proposals; submits research proposals to sponsors; negotiates acceptable award terms; ensures timely set-up of awards; oversees transactions related to grant/contract management; and maintains grant/contract records in compliance with university and research sponsor policies.  The GCA assists with identifying potential funding sources; preparing and submitting project proposals; preparing and submitting budgets and progress reports; processing and monitoring project expenditures; training of departmental grants staff; and maintaining compliance with university policies and procedures, sponsor requirements, terms and conditions, and federal regulations regarding research involving human and animal subjects.
Graduate Assistantship CM - MS Programs
The Bloomberg Lab Asset provides an unique internship-like experience. The role of the Graduate Assistant (GA) is to facilitate this process: from classroom concepts to a hands on practicum.
Graduate Assistantship CM - MS Programs
The Graduate Assistant reports to the College of Management's Director of Graduate Program Operations in partnership with the Dean’s Office and Administrator of the project to which they are assigned.
Statewide Coach 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.
Director of Operations Institute for Early Education
The Director of Operations will be responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the Institute for Early Education Leadership and Innovation as it grows to the next level. The Director of Operations reports to the Executive Director and works with the ED and other members of the leadership team to set strategy for the Institute’s long- and short-term goals, translating these into operational objectives. As a member of the Institute’s Leadership Team, this individual is a thought partner in identifying, analyzing, and supporting Institute-wide goals with the overarching goal of maintaining and growing stable funding. The incumbent must have knowledge of grants, grant deliverables, contracts, reporting, data analysis, communications, and event management, with a broad comprehension of early education. This position is responsible for managing contracts and procurement, oversight of communications, event planning, and tracking grant deliverables. The Director of Operations will utilize data from multiple UMass systems and use business intelligence tools to inform strategy. This position requires a proactive, versatile, steady, and creative individual who enjoys managing multiple projects, and interaction with a variety of stakeholders at all levels.
Early Childhood Leadership Coach Institute for Early Education
The Early Childhood Leadership Coach will be responsible for the delivery of coaching services as part of the leadership coaching team at the Institute for Early Education Leadership and Innovation and its grant-funded projects with the MA Department of Early Education and Care.
Compensation & Benefits Analyst Human Resources
Reporting to the Director of Compensation and Benefits, 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. The Analyst works closely with the Director, staff in colleges and departments and individual employees to identify and resolve various inquiries and problems related to pay and benefits.
Assistant Vice Chancellor of Client Services IT Client Services
As a member of the IT Leadership Team you have the opportunity to re-engineer IT Client Services, spanning the IT Service Desk, Desktop Management, Computer Repair, Software Distribution and Computer Lab Operations. You are responsible for IT Service Management, a core IT discipline critical to the effective utilization of, and customer satisfaction with, IT services. S/he champions IT Service Management best practices as well as the implementation of an IT Service Management tool suite (ServiceNow) for managing Service Catalog, Requests, Incidents, and Knowledge Management processes.
Senior Director, Labor and Employee Relations Human Resources
The Senior Director directs all aspects of the labor relations function at the University of Massachusetts Boston.
Assistant Professor Nursing
The Department of Nursing in the College of Nursing & Health Sciences at UMass Boston invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position, specializing in Child Health Nursing, to begin September 1, 2020.
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.
Assistant Professor, Vision Studies GISD - Dean's Office
The School for Global Inclusion and Social Development (SGISD) at the University of Massachusetts Boston invites applications for an educator in Vision Studies with expertise in preparing teachers of students with visual impairment (TVI).

All official salary offers must be approved by Human Resources.

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