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Post Doctoral Research Fellow Engineering
The successful candidate will work on developing symmetry protected superconducting quantum bits which are protected from decoherence due to noises. The project encompasses experimental realization of such protected qubits through nanofabrication of quantum circuits realized from Aluminum Josephson junction technology. After the quantum circuits are fabricated the candidate will work to utilize and further develop low temperature and low-noise experimental measurement hardware for characterization of qubit coherence and gate level control. The successful candidate will also aid in managing group activities, present work at conferences, and help with manuscript and proposal preparation. This project will allow the candidate to gain valuable experience in Microwave circuit engineering, low temperature measurements in a cryogen-free dilution refrigerator, nano fabrication of superconducting quantum circuits, and high frequency low noise measurements to characterize superconducting quantum circuits to be used to construct a quantum computer. This project has access to some of the best nanofabrication tools in the world at Harvard University for the fabrication of the quantum circuits.
Carpenter Facilities Admin
The Carpenter for the Facilities department will maintain buildings and related structures by applying carpentry skills/techniques and using carpentry tools to construct, alter, repair and/or install building components such as walls, stairs, floors, ceilings, windows, and doors.
Assistant Professor (Creative Writing Poetry) English
The English Department seeks an Assistant Professor of Creative Writing-Poetry beginning September 1, 2023 at a lively, diverse, urban university with about 350 undergraduate majors and minors, over 40 MA students in literature, composition, pedagogy, and creative writing, and a fulltime MFA program enrolling 30 students in creative writing. Responsibilities include teaching poetry workshops, classes on poetry as literature, and the pedagogy of creative writing, as well as eventually participating in the regular rotation of tenured MFA faculty into the directorship of the MFA program. Secondary areas of expertise, particularly in digital storytelling and creative nonfiction, hybrid genres, and/or multicultural literatures are of interest to us and should be described. We seek a candidate with a breadth of expertise and interests who will not just teach creative writing workshops but who will also contribute to the literature offerings of the department.
Program Coordinator (English) English
The Program Coordinator for the Graduate Programs of the Department of English will serve as the first point of contact for and coordinate and provide administrative and programs support functions to the English Department’s graduate programs. The incumbent will provide routine and timely information and assistance to graduate students and faculty regarding departmental as well as University programs and requirements and other university stakeholders and will maintain all programmatic needs; will track and register students into relevant university system; and will liaise with internal and external constituents to exchange information, resolve problems and/or facilitate progress of departmental programs, functions and activities. The incumbent will work with the Business and Operations Manager of the Department of English on all graduate program budgetary items. The incumbent will work closely with the Graduate Program Directors for the MA and the MFA programs, as well as all department Faculty, the B&O Manager and Chair of the department; and will also provide back-up administrative support to other areas of the department, as requested.
Assistant Director of Admissions, Veteran and Military Outreach Undergraduate Admissions
The Assistant Director for Veteran Recruitment is responsible for the development and/or implementation of outreach, recruitment activities and strategies to attract veteran and transfer students to the University. The Assistant Director will arrange and attend two-year college fairs and conduct monthly visits; develop relationships with external military partners, create and execute a recruitment strategy that results in visiting locations that have a high population of veteran and military personnel; represent the University at on campus and off campus events for Veterans; monitor prospects and applications and implement strategies to convert them in the admissions funnel; utilize yield strategies to increase enrollment of veteran and transfer students; review applications and render admission decisions for all undergraduate applicants; review non-equivalent courses and determine transferability; create and update articulation tables in the transfer computer system; provide career and enrollment counseling to students; and conduct interviews and information sessions
Facilities Purchasing Agent (Buyer II) Facilities Admin
In conformance with University policies and procedures, and working with University automated systems and central purchasing entity, Unified Procurement Services Team (UPST) the Purchasing Agent will work with all departments in Facilities to complete procurement and contracting activities. These activities include procurement initiation, planning, scoping, bidding, contract negotiations and processing of transactions.
Assistant Director of Social Media VC Marketing and Engagement
The Assistant Director of Social Media is responsible for creating and implementing an overarching social media strategy for the UMass Boston brand. Specifically, they will develop goals, objectives and a implementation plan to deliver on these goals. In addition to strategic leaderships, they are responsible for creating content designed to boost digital engagement across UMass Boston’s top-level social channels. Working most closely with the Executive Director of Digital Marketing, this individual will draw on their experience in the digital realm to produce engaging photo, video, and text content, on a weekly and sometimes daily basis, designed to activate audiences including prospective students, current students, faculty, staff, and alumni. The Assistant Director of Social Media will be able to identify areas of opportunity for engagement and quickly craft content to boost the university’s goals and brand. This individual will build relationships with UMass Boston community members and maintain a master calendar of social posts for the university.
Electrician I Facilities Admin
UMass Boston is a major research university with specialized and highly critical electrical systems, including emergency power and lighting, research laboratory equipment, uninterruptible power supplies and data networking equipment. Persons in the Electrician I position at UMass Boston test, repair, install and maintain various types of electrical systems and equipment at a journeyman level of performance.
Student Success Advisor (Premed/Allied Health) CSM - Dean's Office
The overall goal of the College of Science and Mathematics (CSM) Student Success Center (SSC) is to enhance advising in the academic home of CSM students, to increase the number of places that a student can find guidance and support, and to do so in a network of partnerships, so as to improve student retention and reduce time to graduation. The Student Success Advisor (Premed/Allied Health) will be responsible for providing a proactive, developmental advising to premed/allied health students in order to guide students based on theories and knowledge of teaching, learning and human development, reflective of developmental and demographic profiles of the student population, and responsive to the needs of individuals, underrepresented populations and communities. In addition, the Student Success Advisor (Premed/Allied Health) focuses on supporting faculty in implementing premed/allied health specific advising procedures and policies, effectively communicating said procedures and policies to current students, and supporting premed/allied health students and alumni in attaining their professional school goals
Research Computing Consultant/ Systems Engineer IT Research Computing
The University of Massachusetts Boston IT Research Computing department is seeking a Research Computing Consultant/Systems Engineer. The Research Computing Consultant/Systems Engineer will engage researchers in the use of state-of-the-art Research Computing systems, tools, and software. The incumbent will also administer, monitor and maintain high performance compute clusters, workstations, storage, compute and web servers supporting research operations.
Program Assistant, Accelerated Bachelor of Science Nursing (ABSN) CNHS - Dean's Office
The Manning College of Nursing and Health Sciences (MCNHS) Accelerated Bachelor of Science Nursing seeks a Program Assistant to support the Director of the ABSN program. The program assistant will assist with recruitment, pre-advising, clinical placement processes, and completion verification.
Clinical Social Worker Health Services
The full-time Staff Clinical Social Worker for University Health Services Counseling Center will provide high quality, time- effective, evidence-based and culturally responsive clinical services, including: triage; emergency and crisis intervention services; referrals and evaluations; as well as individual and group counseling and psychotherapy. The incumbent will manage a caseload so as to serve the maximum number of students who are appropriate for services at the University Health Services Counseling Center; and will consult with and/or make timely and appropriate mental health referrals for students as needed. The incumbent will also participate with outreach and supervision/training activities. The position is a full time (12 months) and benefitted one. This is a hybrid position which includes in-person and tele-counseling/remote work, and unique schedule options. . The incumbent will participate in regular paid meetings which may include clinical consultation, staff and departmental meetings, and in-services.
Visiting Assistant Professor Leadership in Education
The Department of Leadership in Education in CEHD seeks applicants for a non-tenure-track one-year visiting assistant professor, to begin 9/1/22.
Executive Assistant to the Dean CLA - Dean's Office
Under the direction of the Dean of the College of liberal Arts (CLA), the Executive Assistant to the Dean will provide advanced administrative support to the Dean and to the CLA Dean's office by performing complex, varied and confidential administrative functions supporting the College's strategic priorities. The Executive Assistant to the Dean will be a strong, positive collaborative presence for the Dean's Office staff. The incumbent will work closely with the Dean, the Associate Deans, and the Assistant Deans to assist with all aspects of administrative, personnel-related, and financial functions of the College, with the ability to deal with and handle situations that are sensitive and confidential in nature, ensuring the day-to-day processes and communications flow smoothly and efficiently; will manage the Dean's calendar and Associate Dean calendars as appropriate; scheduling appointments and meetings; and will maintain the Dean's office files, including those of a confidential nature. The incumbent will serve as Dean's primary contact for the Department Chairs, CLA Faculty and Students, Chancellor's Office, Academic Affairs, Administration and Finance, Human Resources, the Provost’s Office, and the University President's Office.
Manager of 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.
Assistant Professor (Political Science) Political Science
The Department of Political Science at the University of Massachusetts Boston invites applications for a tenure-track position in American politics to be filled at the rank of Assistant Professor beginning September 1, 2023. We are particularly interested in candidates whose area of specialization is in race, ethnicity, and politics. Preferred but not required secondary areas of interest include political behavior, inequality, or American political development. A typical teaching load is two courses per semester, and candidates are expected to be productive scholars with active research agendas and pedagogical commitments. UMass Boston aspires to be an anti-racist health promoting institution and encourages applications from scholars with a commitment to community engagement in Boston and beyond.
Assistant Professor (Sport Management or Business Administration) Marketing
The College of Management at the University of Massachusetts Boston invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in sport business, to begin September 1, 2023. Candidates must possess a doctoral degree in Sport Management or Business Administration with a sport focus, or a Ph.D. in a closely related field, awarded prior to the date of appointment. Candidates with an interdisciplinary background in studying social equity, diversity, and justice in the sport business are also encouraged to apply. ABDs who will complete the doctorate by no later than August 31, 2023 will be considered. The responsibilities of this position include academic research, teaching, and service. Faculty members must demonstrate potential to conduct scholarly research and publish in high-quality peer-reviewed academic journals in areas related to sport business. They must also demonstrate potential and commitment to effective teaching in graduate and undergraduate courses and will be expected to engage in meaningful service to the college, university, academic profession, and community at large.
Assistant Professor (Marketing) Marketing
The College of Management at the University of Massachusetts Boston invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Marketing, to begin September 1, 2023. The responsibilities of this position include academic research, teaching, and service. Faculty members are expected to conduct high-quality academic research and publish in the field's premier journals, teach in the college’s undergraduate and graduate programs, and engage in meaningful service to the department, college, university, community, and profession. Candidates must possess a doctoral degree in Marketing or a closely aligned field, awarded prior to the date of appointment. ABDs who will complete their doctorate by no later than August 31, 2023 will be considered. We seek a colleague who will support our goal of ensuring an inclusive, equitable, and diverse workplace. The candidate will have a demonstrated commitment to ongoing research productivity with a strong record of published research in (and/or current research targeting) premier journals. The candidate is also expected to provide substantial evidence of effective teaching, and commitment to service.
Assistant Professor (Sociology) Sociology
The Department of Sociology at UMass Boston invites qualified persons to apply for a tenure-track assistant professor position to join our faculty beginning September 1, 2023. Candidates are expected to have research and teaching strengths in race and ethnicity studies. Secondary areas of interest are open but those applicants specializing in the sociology of health/mental health and/or criminology/criminal justice are especially encouraged to apply. UMass Boston and the Department of Sociology have a strong commitment to social justice and inclusion, and we strongly encourage people from the communities of color best represented in Boston to apply.
Assistant Professor (MSIS) Management Science & Info Sys
The Department of Management Science and Information Systems (MSIS) at UMass Boston invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Information Systems, to begin September 1, 2023. Candidates must possess a doctoral degree in Business Analytics, Information Systems, or a closely related field, awarded prior to the date of appointment. ABDs who will complete the doctorate by no later than August 31, 2023 will be considered. The successful candidate will have a demonstrated potential to conduct research and publish in high quality peer-reviewed journals. The candidate will have a demonstrated potential and commitment to effective teaching in graduate and undergraduate courses.

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