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Leave and Benefits Manager Human Resources
The Leave and Benefits Manager will manage all employee requests for leave and reasonable accommodations in accordance with statutory regulations, collective bargaining agreements and university policy. Primary responsibility for managing the campus sick leave banks and reconciling the same. As a member of the Benefits and Human Resources team, the Manager also contributes to additional responsibilities within the realm of health insurance, retirement, and other employee benefit programs.
Labor Relations Coordinator Human Resources
Reporting to the Executive Director of Labor Relations, the Labor Relations Coordinator will administer human resources policies and procedures and the University’s various collective bargaining agreements and will provide support and guidance to managers and employees. The Coordinator may prepare research and analyses related to collective bargaining and will provide guidance in the interpretation of collective bargaining agreements and University policies and procedures. The Labor Relations Coordinator will work with supervisors, managers and HR colleagues such as Human Resource Generalist when performance management and/or employee discipline may be warranted.
Laboratory Technician I Biology
The incumbent of this position will serve as a Laboratory Technician and will be responsible for performing laboratory work associated with reagent preparation, apparatus and materials set up as part of the academic lab courses.  Other tasks related to this role include establishing and maintaining a well-organized lab environment.
Clinical Professor A Nursing
The Manning College of Nursing and Health Sciences invites applications for a Director of our Accelerated second Bachelor's Option (ABSN) who will hold a full-time 12-month non-tenure track faculty position in the Department of Nursing. Our programs focus on a comprehensive approach to education to meet the very real healthcare needs of our city, state, and nation by educating knowledgeable providers of skilled nursing care, analyzing and creating health policy, and increasing the health of diverse urban populations.
Project Director Ctr for Social Devel & Ed
The Project Director within the Center for Social Development and Education (, will direct all aspects of an ongoing national evaluation of Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools. This school-based social inclusion program, currently in over 6,500 schools across nearly every U.S. state, brings students with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities together through sports and school-wide engagement activities. This large-scale, national evaluation examines program implementation strategies and program impacts on social inclusion and the social development of students with and without disabilities, including pro-social behavior, sense of belonging, friendship, emerging identity, as well as school-wide cultural change around inclusion and attitudes toward disability. Under the supervision of the Director of the Center, the Project Director will be responsible for scheduling and coordinating daily project activities; designing teacher and student surveys; coordinating evaluation activities with principals and teachers; with the guidance of the Center’s research staff, will be responsible for implementing the data management system for collecting and coding the program evaluation data, performing data analysis and interpreting results; and writing reports and papers summarizing evaluation findings and presenting findings to the U.S. Department of Education and Special Olympics North America. The Project Director will serve as the liaison with collaborating states and participating schools; will assist the Principal Investigator(s) in the training and supervision of support personnel; and will be actively involved in the development of journal articles, presentation at national conferences, and summary reports to states. To date, the findings from the national evaluation have led to five journal articles and 26 conference presentations.
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
Program Coordinator Gerontology
The Program Coordinator will lead the Customer Relations Management (CRM) implementation and utilization for the Gerontology Department at the John W. McCormack School of Policy and Global Studies to enhance student recruitment, enrollment, and retention efforts by applying these tools to increase outreach for the Gerontology Department and leveraging these tools to enhance program management.
Head Women's Ice Hockey Coach Athletics
The Head Coach is responsible for, but not limited to, the development, leadership and administration of the women’s ice hockey program. This includes recruiting qualified student-athletes for a competitive team within the New England Hockey conference, practice organization and supervision, staff hiring/development, game scheduling, budget oversight, student-athlete development, academic monitoring, coordinating fundraising and community service events, and positive alumnae relations. The Head Coach is responsible for compliance with the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), conference and University of Massachusetts Boston rules and regulations. The Head Coach along with his/her assistant(s) may be required, upon a successful Registry of Motor Vehicles background check, to drive passenger vans for team travel. Participation is required in University and UMass Boston Athletic Department sponsored events such as the Open House and other fundraising events.
SLA Internship Manager CEHD - Dean's Office
The Internship Placement Manager is a full-time position within the Department of Counseling and School Psychology (CSP), College of Education and Human Development (CEHD). The Department of Counseling and School Psychology provides a dynamic environment for faculty, staff, and students to engage in teaching and learning in areas related to equity issues, systems-level change, LGBTQ health and wellness, social justice, transnational, human rights, and global perspectives. For more information, please see:
CSM Machine Shop Manager CSM - Dean's Office
The primary responsibilities of the CSM Machine Shop Manager in the College of Science and Mathematics (CSM) are to launch the CSM Machine Shop after its relocation and to ensure its uninterrupted and sustainable operations. The Machine Shop Manager is responsible for fulfilling the equipment-related needs of the CSM research and teaching enterprise with special consideration for other units of the University as appropriate. The CSM Machine Shop Manager works closely with CSM faculty, research-related staff, and graduate students to design, machine, and construct one-of-a-kind scientific instruments and mechanical devices. The Machine Shop Manager is also responsible for ensuring that the Machine Shop operates in compliance with all applicable standards, laws, and regulations.
Clinical Social Work and Coordinator of Advanced Multicultural Training Program Health Services
The full-time Clinical Social Worker and Coordinator of the Advanced Multicultural Training Program within 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 also provide consultation to faculty and staff and provide outreach to the campus community. The incumbent will manage a caseload 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 creation of this position is a part of UHS’s commitment to centering the needs of our diverse student population, and providing advanced clinical training opportunities that can contribute to this mission. In addition to their above clinical responsibilities, the incumbent will work closely with the Training Coordinator and the Director to create an Advanced Multicultural Training Program at the Counseling Center and help maintain our existing training program. The Coordinator of Advanced Multicultural Training will develop relationships with relevant academic departments such as psychology, counseling, and social work graduate programs; pursue any relevant certification; oversee an application process for advanced clinical training; organize orientation and ongoing training and supervision opportunities for advanced trainees across diverse disciplines. The Coordinator of the Advanced Multicultural Training Program will assume primary responsibility for ensuring that trainees and supervisors in the training program understand and act in accordance with the policies and procedures of the Counseling Center.
Lecturer (Philosophy) Philosophy
The Philosophy Department at the University of Massachusetts Boston ( invites applications for a full-time Non-Tenure Track Lecturer position starting September 1, 2023. This position includes full benefits and is a one-year, renewable contract to teach four courses per semester ( Contract renewal and promotion is solely based on teaching and relevant service; there is no expectation of research contributions in evaluating performance. However, Non-Tenure Track faculty play a prominent role in the Philosophy Department, often contributing to its intellectual life.
Lecturer (Applied Linguistics) Applied Linguistics
The Applied Linguistics Department at the University of Massachusetts Boston ( invites applications for a part-time, benefitted Non-Tenure Track Lecturer position (0.5 FTE) starting September, 2023. The Lecturer will teach two courses per semester. Contract renewal is based on funding and teaching performance.
Departmental Research Administrator CNHS - Dean's Office
Join the Manning College of Nursing and Health Sciences as a Grants Research Administrator. The overarching responsibility is to support the MCNHS faculty, staff and students in securing research funding through submitting faculty grant applications and managing the day-to-day needs of the Office of Research.
Senior Associate Director of Operations Financial Aid Office
The Senior Associate Director of Operations will direct and manage all technical business processes and functions of the Financial Aid Services (FAS) office. The incumbent will direct and manage the use of technology within FAS and will work to capitalize on the use of technology to support and enhance the business functions of FAS, as well as to support and enhance the objectives of the Enrollment Management Division in promoting sound business practices that assist in the recruitment and retention of students. Serving on the University’s Cross-Functional Team, the Senior Associate Director of Operations will ensure the accuracy of data being shared and used amongst University offices and external agencies, such as the Department of Education and the Massachusetts Office of Student Financial Aid Administration.
Lecturer A Exercise & Health Science
Join the department of Exercise and Health Sciences as a 12 month Non tenure track faculty. This is a great opportunity to join an active department in the Manning College of Nursing and Health Sciences.
Assistant Director, Financial Aid Counselor Financial Aid Office
The Assistant Director, Counselor is responsible for communicating and disseminating financial aid information, policies and procedures to graduate and undergraduate students and families through in-person interviews, media and phone consultations; and is responsible for keeping staff abreast of policy and regulatory changes affecting student eligibility and ensuring consistency in applying policies throughout the Financial Aid Services organization. The role of counselor requires a thorough knowledge of all federal and state regulations and institutional policies governing the financial aid programs.
Ombudsperson Chancellor's Office
Consistent with its commitment to equity and an ethic of care, the University has undertaken to create the new role of University Ombudsperson. Reporting directly to the Chancellor, the Ombudsperson will be responsible for introducing this new role to, and establishing it on, the campus. The Ombudsperson is a neutral resource for impartial dispute resolution. The primary duty of the position is to provide confidential and informal assistance for any member of the university community -- including students, faculty, and staff—who has a problem or concern. The Ombudsperson will use individual or group mediation, reconciliation, personal counselling, group workshops, and other means aimed at empowerment among individuals and groups, with sensitivity to those subjected to inequitable conditions. In addition, the Ombudsperson is responsible for developing systems for ongoing and systematic analysis of policies, patterns, and trends and providing recommendations for policy and campus climate improvements that can contribute to the goal of restorative justice across campus. This position supplements, but does not replace, the University’s existing resources for formal conflict resolution.
Lecturer (Computer Science) Computer Science
The Department of Computer Science at the University of Massachusetts Boston seeks applications for two full-time, benefited, non-tenure-track Lecturers at a competitive salary level, to begin January 23, 2023. The initial appointment will be for the Spring 2023 semester, with renewals possible subject to satisfactory performance and availability of funding. One of the positions will involve instruction at the undergraduate level in a range of computer science topics and participation in shaping our undergraduate curriculum. Primary responsibilities include teaching four courses each semester, developing new course materials, and advising students. The candidate must hold a Master's degree or higher degree in Computer Science or a related area and have prior experience in teaching Computer Science at the university level and working in the Software or Information Technology industry. Knowledge of assembly programming, computer architecture, and operating systems is highly desirable. The second position additionally includes teaching at the graduate level, with a focus in software engineering courses. Our graduate program is growing rapidly, and most of its students need to take a sequence of three software engineering courses that prepare them for employment in the software industry. Industry experience in software engineering is therefore an important qualification for this position, plus a PhD degree in Computer Science or a closely related field that is mandatory for teaching graduate courses.
Clinical Assistant Professor A Nursing
UMass Boston invites applications for an Adult Gerontology Nurse Practitioner who will hold a full-time 12-month non-tenure track faculty position in the Department of Nursing. Our programs focus on health in urban populations of all ages and target improving health equity in populations at risk for healthcare disparities.

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