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University Police Officer Public Safety
The University Police Officer will perform a full range of law enforcement functions. Pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 253 of the Acts of 2020 (“An Act Relative to Justice, Equity and Accountability in Law Enforcement in the Commonwealth”), the position of: The University Police Officer position is a regulated by the Massachusetts Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST). University Police Officers are appointed as sworn police officers pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws chapter 75, section 32A and chapter 90C which grants University Police Officers the same authority, immunities and privileges as a duly appointed and qualified sworn police officer acting elsewhere in the Commonwealth. Under the general supervision of the University Patrol Sergeant, a University Police Officer patrols assigned areas of property used, owned, or occupied by the University of Massachusetts and areas adjacent to the university to provide a safe and secure environment for all members of the University community by means of an alert and vigilant preventive patrol. Work is performed in accordance with federal, state, and local laws as well as university and departmental policies, procedures, and general orders. Work is reviewed by inspection, through verbal and written reports, and by results achieved. University Police Officer candidates must have successfully completed a Massachusetts Basic Police Training Program from an accredited police academy, approved by the Municipal Police Training Council (MPTC) or have successfully completed training that is substantially equivalent to or greater than that of a Massachusetts police officer at a comparable level of experience to obtain an academy exemption through the MPTC. Contingent upon appointment, the appointee(s) shall be considered probationary through twelve (12) continuous months of service, beginning on the date the appointee(s) report for duty.
University Police Sergeant Public Safety
Pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 253 of the Acts of 2020 (“An Act Relative to Justice, Equity and Accountability in Law Enforcement in the Commonwealth”), the position of: The University Police Sergeant position is a regulated by the Massachusetts Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST). University Police Sergeants are appointed as sworn police officers pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws chapter 75, section 32A and chapter 90C which grants University Police Sergeants the same authority, immunities and privileges as a duly appointed and qualified sworn police officer acting elsewhere in the Commonwealth. Under the general supervision of the University Police Lieutenant, a Sergeant patrols assigned areas of property used, owned or occupied by the University of Massachusetts and areas adjacent to the university to provide a safe and secure environment for all members of the University community by means of an alert and vigilant preventive patrol. Patrol Sergeants provide first- line supervision of the activities of sworn and/or non-sworn personnel on a shift, who are engaged in patrol duty, bike patrol, criminal investigations, community relations, crime prevention activities, and in-service training activities. An employee in this class frequently participates in the work performed by subordinate officers and is responsible for performing related duties as required. The Patrol Sergeant’s primary responsibility is to ensure the effective performance of duty by patrol personnel. Patrol Sergeants work independently in performing regularly assigned duties and assumes complete charge in the event of the absence of a superior officer. Work is performed in accordance with federal, state, and local laws as well as university and departmental policies, procedures, and general orders. Work is reviewed by inspection, through verbal and written reports, and by results achieved.
Assistant Director, Sales & Marketing Campus Center Operations
Under the Supervision of the Senior Associate Director for Event Management and Conferences, the Assistant Director for Sales and Marketing will be responsible for developing and implementing strategies to generate revenue from conference and event sales. The incumbent will develop and implement a comprehensive marketing and outreach plan which highlights meeting and event space available at UMass Boston; and will develop revenue through the production and management of sales leads via university departments, private business, and nonprofits, local, state and federal agencies. The incumbent will conduct site tours, respond to RFPs (requests for proposals), assemble event contracts and manage conference sales and marketing efforts.
Coordinator for Events & Operations Campus Center Operations
Under the supervision of the Associate Director for Operations, the Coordinator for Events and Operations supports two distinct areas of the department, including: Campus Center: The Campus Center reflects the University’s mission and founding principles of access, diversity and excellence through its abundant programs, services and spaces. The department oversees the daily operation of the building, which serves as the “living room” of campus. In collaboration with various campus partners, the Campus Center supports and enhances student life and student involvement, University amenities and resources, and event and conference services. Event Services: Manages a full range of meeting and event spaces for the UMass Boston community and external guests. Responsibilities include space scheduling, event detailing, staffing coordination and technology support. Event Services also manages all marketing initiatives of the department including websites and printed materials for internal and external initiatives. Additionally, Event Services coordinates and supports University events in collaboration with our partners in Advancement and Alumni Engagement, Enrollment Management, Student Affairs and University Events. The Coordinator for Events and Operations will support the department by providing on-site event coordination and support in department managed spaces across campus. Additionally, they will assist in processing space requests and providing logistical assistance to outside guests and members of the UMass Boston community.
Clinical Assistant Professor Nursing
The Department of Nursing is seeking a doctoral-prepared faculty member who will provide leadership as director of the Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner Program. Our programs focus on health in urban populations of all ages and target improving health equity in populations at risk for healthcare disparities.
Research Associate III Institute Community Inclusion
The Research Associate III initiates, develops, participates in the work of and manages research projects addressing state and federal services and public policy that support employment and community inclusion for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The incumbent will be responsible for developing project work plans, designing and implementing research protocols, coordinating data collection and data cleaning, and designing and implementing overall plans for data analysis.
Liaison Librarian Healey Library
Reporting to the Head of Reference, Outreach, & Instruction (ROI) in Healey Library, and working closely with colleagues in ROI, the Head of Collections and other library units, the Liaison Librarian provides in-depth library research and instructional support at the University of Massachusetts Boston. This full-time position will collaborate with colleagues in the library and across campus to instruct, engage and support the nearly 17,000 students, and 1,100 faculty in the full range of library resources and services, on and off campus. Healey Library is restarting and revitalizing its Liaison Librarian program, whereby each librarian in the unit will teach information literacy sessions and workshops in General Education, but each will also have subject specialty areas on which they will focus for other workshops, and will also contribute to Collections activities, such as communicating faculty suggestions to the Head of Collections, sharing in review and trials of databases, and related activities.
Major Gifts Officer VC-University Advancement
Reporting to the Associate Vice Chancellor of Principal & Leadership Gifts and Campaign Director, the Major Gifts Officer is primarily responsible for developing managing, implementing, and overseeing strategies for the identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of approximately 100-125 prospective leadership gift donors. The Major Gifts Officer will create individualized solicitation plans leading to major outright and deferred gifts of $25,000+, integrating unrestricted and restricted gifts, endowment, annual and capital gifts in support of university fund raising priorities. Responsibilities will most significantly include the identification, cultivation and solicitation of new prospects for the University. The Major Gifts Officer will serve as a fundraiser for university-wide targeted initiatives and will work closely with colleagues in University Advancement, Dean’s, faculty and senior administrators in developing and implementing key fund-raising strategies and activities.
Sponsored Research Administrator Research & Sponsored Programs
The Sponsored Research Administrator will coordinate all externally funded award actions (new awards, modifications and connected non-financial actions) to ensure consistent, compliant, and timely system setups and sponsor communications on behalf of the University by collaborating with Preaward, Postaward, Department Research Administrators and Principal Investigators. This position is the foundation for ensuring accurate data is entered into our systems to allow for reliable reporting on proposals and awards for senior leadership, deans, chairs and PIs.
Manager of Operations & Outreach (Venture Development Center) VDC Business Development
The Venture Development Center (VDC) at UMass Boston is a professional, dynamic, efficient, and sustainable strategic business development center. By attracting and leveraging resources and expertise, the VDC builds innovative entrepreneurial collaborations between UMass Boston and industry sectors and assists faculty, staff and students, no matter what university they attended, to transfer promising technologies into new commercial enterprises. The Manager of Operations & Outreach will become an integral member of the VDC team and manage the busy, complex day-to-day operations of an entrepreneurial incubator. This encompasses all operational, events and outreach activities related to executing the VDC’s various programs in compliance with University’s policies and procedures and internal guidelines.
Budget and Operations Manager CLA - Dean's Office
Working in collaboration with the staff of the College of Liberal Arts Dean’s Office, and reporting to the Director of the John W. McCormack Graduate School of Policy and Global Studies (MGS), the Budget and Operations Manager is responsible for MGS budget, financial, and administrative operations. The incumbent will analyze a variety of financial information, provide direction and support in making yearly spending recommendations while maximizing the use of funds; and ensure overall operations are within the school’s budget and adhere to the university’s financial policies and guidelines. The Budget and Operations Manager will provide routine oversight and management of the non-grant financial accounts of the school’s endowments and gifts, as well as the research grant portfolio of internally and externally funded grants and contracts.
Program Assistant SELN Institute Community Inclusion
The State Employment Leadership Network (SELN) Program Assistant will work closely with all members of the team to support activities related to technical assistance, dissemination, project coordination, and course management. The Program Assistant will support project staff from within a distributed work environment, including staff and programs in various states and time-zones. This position can be filled anywhere in the United States, but occasional national travel may be required.
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 community integrated settings. The incumbent will work with individuals who have barriers to employment to identify job interests, evaluate and assess work skills and needed workplace supports, based upon individual preferences, skills, interests, and job duties. The Employment Specialist I will develop relationships with employers 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 career advancement; and will provide case management and service coordination, as needed to facilitate access to and the coordination of services necessary for successful employment outcomes.
Director of Enrollment Information & Analytics VC-Enrollment Management
The Director of Enrollment Information and Analytics reports to the Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management and provides both operational reporting and analytics support. As a member of the Enrollment Management Leadership Team, this individual is a thought partner in identifying, analyzing, and supporting division-wide goals. The incumbent must have knowledge of relational database concepts, data analysis and visualization, advanced research methods, and a broad comprehension of higher education, particularly the areas of enrollment, admissions and financial aid.
Assistant Professor Nursing
The Department of Nursing invites applicants to join our diverse college as a tenure-track Assistant Professor, beginning September 1, 2024. There are two open positions at this time and interviews will start in early June. This search will stay open until filled.
Western MA TA Center Director Counseling & School Psychology
The Behavioral Health Integrated Resources for Children (BIRCh) Project at the University of Massachusetts seeks a Western Massachusetts Regional School-Based Behavioral Health Technical Assistance (SBBH TA) Center Director. The BIRCh Project is a statewide initiative aimed at providing professional development and resources for schools to enhance the coordination of behavioral health supports across school and community agencies. A significant task of this recently state-funded project is to develop a statewide SBBH TA Center. We are currently seeking a Regional TA Center Director to oversee operations and provide coaching and training to district teams in Western Massachusetts.
Central MA TA Center Director Counseling & School Psychology
The Behavioral Health Integrated Resources for Children (BIRCh) Project at the University of Massachusetts seeks a Central Massachusetts Regional School-Based Behavioral Health Technical Assistance (SBBH TA) Center Director. The BIRCh Project is a statewide initiative aimed at providing professional development and resources for schools to enhance the coordination of behavioral health supports across school and community agencies. A significant task of this recently state-funded project is to develop a statewide SBBH TA Center. We are currently seeking a Regional TA Center Director to oversee operations and provide coaching and training to district teams in Central Massachusetts.
Manager of Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) and Facilities Service Response Facilities Admin
Manager of Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) and Facilities Service Response directs and oversees the operation of the Facilities Department’s TMA Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) and directs the operations of the Facilities Service Response unit
Phlebotomist Health Services
Perform venipunctures, finger sticks, and other approved specimen collection procedures, process medical laboratory tests and document results for the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disease. Follow all CLIA requirements and regulations. Serve as a back-up for clinical team members as needed. This position description is a guide to the critical duties and essential functions of the job, not an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, qualifications, physical demands, and work environment conditions. Position descriptions are reviewed and revised to meet the changing needs of the organization.
Associate Lecturers (English) English
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.

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