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Administrative Specialist Chancellor's Office
The Administrative Specialist primarily supports the Executive Assistant in all duties as they relate to the administrative functions of the Chancellor’s Office. The Administrative Specialist will also serve as the first point of contact for the Office and will greet, direct, and/or provide assistance to both internal and external customers; receive and direct internal and external inquiries and when necessary, field inquiries to appropriate staff persons. Responsible for receiving, sorting and distributing mail; preparing selected correspondence; and proofreading and typing documents. Also responsible for tracking correspondence in and out of the Office generally.
Graduate Program Assistant CNHS - Dean's Office
Join the Manning College of Nursing and Health Sciences as a Graduate Student assistant. We have graduate and post-master certificate programs with a focus on Family Nurse Practitioner and Adult Gero Practitioner. This position focuses on aiding students in the enrollment process from understanding requirements to enroll and steps to take to join the college.
Post Doctoral Research Fellow Counseling & School Psychology
The University of Massachusetts at Boston (UMB) is seeking a post-doctoral research fellow to contribute to a multi-year NSF-funded project aimed at understanding how systemic barriers in STEM affect wellbeing and persistence among graduate Women of Color in STEM.
Administration and Finance Coordinator VC-Student Affairs
Reporting directly to the Division of Student Affairs Director of Finance and Administration, the Administration & Finance Coordinator serves as the point person for all budget preparation, fiscal and resource management, as well as purchasing and human resources activities for the UMass Boston Police Department. S/he works closely with the Division’s Director of Finance and Administration and prepares the annual budget by providing financial reporting analysis of budget vs. expenditures status and makes recommendations to the Director and Deputy Director of the Department on efforts to be taken in order to maintain and ensure a balanced budget. The position involves interactions with students, faculty and staff, and the public, sometimes under pressure.
Development Coordinator VC-University Advancement
Under the direction of the Associate Vice Chancellor, the Development Coordinator manages the day-to-day administrative support and operations of the Major Gifts Office and provides direct administrative assistance to the Major Gifts team and the Associate Vice Chancellor for Principal & Leadership Gifts. He/she is responsible for creating requisitions for goods and services, processing invoices and travel expense reimbursements, tracking payments through A/P system, journalizing expenses when appropriate, and uploading monthly one-card statements in BuyWays with appropriate documentation in accordance with university policies. The incumbent may also serve as a payroll manager for the Division of University Advancement which includes entering electronic personal action forms (E-PAF’s) in peoplesoft, and recording time and attendance. In addition, manage complex projects, initiatives and special events for the Associate Vice Chancellor and the Major Gifts team; and will work as the front desk receptionist at the discretion of the Associate Vice Chancellor.
Assistant Director, Center for Academic Excellence Academic Support Programs
Reporting to the Director of the Center for Academic Excellence, the Assistant Director serves as a member of the Center for Academic Excellence leadership team. The Assistant Director leads the Center’s Critical Analysis embedded tutoring program, the Academic Excellence Coaching Program, and the General Education First-Year Seminar Peer Mentoring Program. With the Director, the Assistant Director works to develop and implement Critical Reading and Writing courses, academic coaching, embedded tutoring, and peer mentoring programs that encourage, promote, and sustain academic excellence and student success for undergraduate and graduate students across the disciplines
Graduate Program Coordinator (Sociology) Sociology
The Graduate Program Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating and publicizing the Department of Sociology’s graduate programs, including the Graduate Certificate Program in Survey Research, the Master’s Program in Applied Sociology and the PhD Program in Sociology. The incumbent will work with the Graduate Program Directors to manage the graduate programs, and will help coordinate communication and relationships between the Graduate Program Directors, the College of Liberal Arts (CLA), the Office of Graduate Studies, the Office of Graduate Admissions, and other graduate programs. The incumbent will work with university administrators and staff who are responsible for program support and oversight; and will maintain relationships with faculty in the department and in other departments and colleges whose work intersects with graduate program issues. In collaboration with other university staff and Graduate Program Directors, the Graduate Program Coordinator will be responsible for devising program publicity and recruitment, in print, on the internet and through social media platforms; for corresponding with potential applicants; for reviewing materials and managing and processing completed applications; and for maintaining contact with current graduate students and graduate student alumni. The incumbent will also assist with course scheduling; will coordinate graduate assistantship assignments; will develop graduate student internship opportunities; will assist with academic and social events for graduate students (including the Graduate Sociology Student Association); will maintain program records; and will coordinate with external agencies and other institutions in order to recruit new graduate students.
Administrative Assistant I Undergraduate Admissions
The Receptionist within the Office of Undergraduate Admissions will provide routine administrative support for the department. S/he will serve as first point of contact for the Office of Undergraduate Admissions and will respond to and provide routine information to both walk-in customers, as well as internal and external phone and e-mail inquiries and will respond to all Undergraduate Admissions departmental e-mails and voicemail messages; and will organize and schedule appointments with admission counselors for prospective students.
Service Advisor One Stop Student Serv Ctr
One Stop Service Advisors perform a vital role in assisting and educating students to navigate administrative processes related to financial aid, billing, and registration. They will provide convenient and thorough support and care through a variety of service channels including walk-in, phone, email, live chat and virtual meetings.
Dean, Manning College of Nursing and Health Sciences CNHS - Dean's Office
Reporting to the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, the Dean will be responsible for the strategic, programmatic, and financial operations of the College. In collaboration with MCNHS leadership and faculty, the Dean will shape the College’s future and articulate a compelling vision for nursing, exercise, and health sciences, and public health that will inspire engagement and financial support from external audiences. Internally, the Dean will encourage collaboration and continuous improvement, with a focus on undergraduate and graduate student success and support of faculty in research and scholarship. Additionally, the Dean will encourage and support a diverse, equitable and inclusive environment. The Dean will be visible and accessible to all faculty, staff, and students in the Manning College of Nursing and Health Sciences.
Director, Grants and Sponsored Programs CSM - Dean's Office
The College of Science and Mathematics (CSM) has a robust and growing research portfolio, with over 100 funded grants, contracts, and other external funded research and education initiatives. As a research-intensive college, CSM Dean’s Office oversees approximately 80 grant proposal submissions per year from over 150 faculty and research staff which reside in our 6 academic departments units and one center.  The Director for Grants and Sponsored Projects will be a key member of the research administration operation for the College under the supervision of the Dean; and will work closely with the Dean’s Office personnel on research administration and planning.
Assistant Director (Center for Evidence-Based Mentoring) Psychology
The Part- Time Assistant Director will support the Executive Director in their efforts to administer all aspects of the day-to-day administrative operations of the Center for Evidence-Based Mentoring (CEBM). The incumbent will support the executive director in the development of center products and trainings; will assist with the writing and posting of articles, as well as tagging, editing and disseminating the Center’s signature publication, the Chronicle of Evidence-Based Mentoring (Chronicle). The Assistant Director will also assist with grant oversight of the CEBM’s funding streams, as well as ensure timely submission of project-related deliverables and reimbursement.
Knowledge Translation Associate I-II Institute Community Inclusion
The Knowledge Translation Associate (KTA) is a three-level series that supports assigned projects at the Institute for Community Inclusion. This series will support the national knowledge translation efforts of multiple large federal projects working with institutes of higher education serving people with intellectual disabilities. The Knowledge Translation Associate will work with research, marketing and communications, and training/technical assistance personnel to implement the dissemination plans for various projects. The incumbents will work closely with Principal Investigators (PIs) and Project Coordinators and Managers in translating research findings into practice. The incumbents will work with staff to pursue knowledge translation activities. The positions in this series may be held remotely, but nation-wide travel will be required. Organizational Levels: The organizational levels currently open in this series include: • Knowledge Translation Associate I. The KTA I is the first-level professional job in this series. • Knowledge Translation Associate II. The KTA II is the second-level professional job in this series.
Associate Professor Nursing
The newly formed Department of Urban Public Health, within the Robert and Donna Manning College of Nursing and Health Sciences (MCNHS), UMass Boston, invites applicants to join our diverse college as tenure-track or tenured (depending on qualifications) Associate Professor, beginning September 1, 2022.
Assistant Director, New Student and Family Programs New Student Orientation
The Assistant Director for New Student and Family Programs in the Office of New Student and Family Programs (NSFP) will assist with the development, implementation, and assessment of programs, services, and initiatives that enhance student learning and the overall student experience, cultivating a diverse, inclusive, and supportive environment for all students on a 24/7 campus. The Assistant Director  will support the orientation program for 4000 new, transfer, and international students; and will lead the programming and delivery of resources for parents and families.
Assistant Director, Student Leadership and Community Engagement Leadership-Comm Engagmnt
The Assistant Director in the Office of Student Leadership and Community Engagement (OSLCE) will report to the Director, Office of Student Leadership and Community Engagement; and will be responsible for many of OSLCE’s signature programs, such as Beacon Voyages for Service, our alternative break program, Days of Service, social justice initiatives, community-engaged leadership programs, and place-based community partner initiatives. The Assistant Director will provide supervision and advisement to the student leaders and volunteers who support these programs; and will ensure successful implementation of programs. These tasks will necessitate high-level programming skills, including but not limited to recruitment, selection, and training of students; management of program logistics, budget, and risk; marketing and promotions; and evaluation and assessment.
Associate Professor Nursing
The Manning College of Nursing and Health Sciences Department of Nursing invites applicants to join our diverse college as a tenure-track or tenured faculty member beginning September 1, 2022.
Assistant Professor Nursing
The Manning College of Nursing and Health Sciences Department of Nursing invites applicants to join our diverse college as an Assistant Professor on the tenure-track beginning September 1, 2022. Applicants must possess an earned research doctorate in nursing, health policy or population health.
Intramural Program and Informal Recreation Manager Athletics
Responsible for daily operation of intramural and informal recreation programs as well as a summer recreational day camp, including organization and execution of competitive sport leagues and tournaments, provision of clinics and special events, and supporting the mission of the Recreation component of the Division of Athletics, Recreation, & Special Programs. The manager also oversees all aspects of summer recreational day camp. The Intramural Program and Informal Recreation Manager is a fifty-two (52) week position.
Manager, Fitness Athletics
The Manager of Fitness is responsible for the development, implementation and administration of a diverse and comprehensive fitness and wellness program within the recreation department of the Division of Athletics and Recreation, and Special Programs. The manager ensures the needs of all members, including students, faculty, staff and community are well served by offering group fitness, personal training, small group training, fitness outreach, and specialized programs. The Manager is also responsible for the overall management, oversight and operation of the fitness component of the Beacon Fitness Center, including daily supervision, safety, program development, and staff supervision and training.

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