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Assistant Dean for Administration and Finance Healey Library
Reporting to the Dean of University Libraries (DOUL/DOL), the Assistant Dean for Administration and Finance will serve as the chief financial and operations officer for University Libraries and will be responsible for managing all fiscal responsibilities related to budgeting, needs assessment and resource allocation; and will oversee all personnel and human resources procedures for University Libraries, supervising the execution of all faculty and staff personnel actions and payroll records. The incumbent may represent the University Libraries in union contract negotiations and serve as primary liaison with Human Resources regarding contract implementation issues. In addition, the incumbent will supervise the Circulation Desks Manager, who is responsible for all aspects of the staffing and processes of the Library’s public service desks. As a member of the library leadership team, the assistant dean will work to ensure organizational efficiency and effectiveness; share responsibility for policy formulation, resource allocation, and organizational development; contribute to shaping strategic initiatives; and play a key role in establishing priorities, assessing outcomes, and accomplishing the vision for the Library’s future, in alignment with the University’s strategic plan.
Director of Enrollment Information and 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 analytical needs. As a member of the Enrollment Management Leadership Team, this individual is a thought partner in identifying, analyzing, and supporting division-wide goals
Transfer Enrollment Counselor Undergraduate Admissions
The Transfer Enrollment Counselor will be responsible for the prospecting and recruitment of current community college students. The incumbent will be charged with creating and maintaining clear advising materials that will provide guidance to community college students looking to transfer to UMass Boston; and will foster relationships with stakeholders at key community colleges, including but not limited to, faculty, advisors, and students.
Public Services Manager MGS-Collins Ctr for Public Mgt
The Public Services Manager will manage projects in one or more of the practice areas within the Center; and may manage one or more of these practice areas. This includes coordinating, managing, and training staff to complete projects within a practice area; data gathering and analyses; report writing and editing; working with assigned teams or independently based on project needs.
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.
Assistant Vice Chancellor for Corporate and Foundation Relations VC-University Advancement
The Assistant Vice Chancellor for Corporate and Foundation Relations (AVC for CF&R) is a senior level management position in University Advancement, reporting directly to the Associate Vice Chancellor for Corporate and Foundation Relations. The position will play a key role on the CF&R team, informing strategy and increasing the support that corporations, private foundations and organizations provide to UMass Boston. The main thrust of this position is to bolster the relationships with, and proposals for funding to, major corporations and foundations. This dynamic candidate will work closely, with deans, department chairs, key research faculty, and leaders of Centers and Institutes, on the development of creative and formal proposals to garner operating support and/or endowment gifts to establish scholarships, stipends for graduate research, faculty support, among other areas. Additional interactions for the AVC for CF&R include working with our design and proposal developer to help complete polished proposals at the six-figure-plus level and above.
Staff Writer/Speech Writer Communications
The Speechwriter/Staff Writer will research and write primary documents on behalf of the Office of Communications that will support university-wide internal and external communications, and capture the vision and message of the chancellor and the university. These include chancellor’s speeches and talking points, chancellor’s reports to the Board of Trustees, commencement and special event scripts, news stories and profiles for university publications and the website, and other material as needed.
Graduate Assistant, CM Graduate Studies & Admissions
The Graduate Assistant reports to the Director of Graduate Program Operations in partnership with the Dean’s Office and Administrator of the project to which they are assigned. Departments include: Strategic Outreach, Marketing, Accounting and Finance (including undergraduate Finance; Student Managed Fund Course) and Management Information Systems.
International Student and Scholar Services Advisor Office of Global Programs
The International Student and Scholar Services Advisor is part of a cross-trained Office of Global Programs team that provides international students and scholars with holistic educational support, combining cultural programming and immigration services.  The incumbent will support the university’s academic departments, as well as the Division of Enrollment Management, the Office of Graduate Studies, ESL, and Student Services offices, and must work collaboratively with multiple stakeholders in international education on campus; and will contribute to the overall mission of the Office of Global Programs and its emphasis on creating a campus that provides meaningful support to international students and scholars.
Clinical Assistant Professor Nursing
Join the College of Nursing and Health Sciences as we start a new NP track. The Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Track Coordinator will provide leadership for the curriculum, faculty, and students of the new Psych NP track.
Lecturer Counseling & School Psychology
The School Counseling Program at the University of Massachusetts Boston seeks a non-tenure-track Lecturer (one-year appointment, renewable) to join the Department of Counseling and School Psychology in the College of Education and Human Development, beginning September 1, 2021. Responsibilities include: (1) teach master’s level courses; (2) advise master’s students; (3) assist in recruitment and selection of new master’s students; and 4) contribute service to the University’s urban mission, to University and Departmental committees, and to professional associations. The School Counseling Program is aligned with the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) National Model and the Massachusetts Model for Comprehensive School Counseling Programs. The Program emphasizes a social justice agenda, especially focusing on the prevention and elimination of opportunity gaps. Students are prepared to deliver comprehensive school counseling programs. The program of studies is approved by the Masters in Psychology and Counseling Accreditation Council.
Grant and Business Manager CSM - Dean's Office
The Grant and Business Manager for the College of Science and Mathematics will provide professional support to the Assistant Dean for Finance and Administration by assisting with complex budget and grants administration and various human resources activities. The Grant and Business Manager is responsible for the financial management and administration multi-dimensional functions directly associated with the grants including, but not limited to: budget preparation, account maintenance, personnel actions, funding and expenditure reporting, grant-related purchasing activities and preparation of all grant-related financial and personnel paperwork. This position will work with the departmental staff members (business managers and administrative assistants) in order to coordinate and oversee grant functions that are completed by the departments. Additionally, the Grant and Business Manager will monitor and prepare reports on revenue and expenditures for six departments/academic programs, three centers (including Student Success Center) and the CSM Dean’s Office; will manage and oversee purchasing and accounting activities for each unit.
Lecturer Leadership in Education
The Department of Leadership in Education in the College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) at the University of Massachusetts Boston seeks applicants for a non-tenure-track lecturer, to begin September 1, 2021. Annual renewals are contingent upon performance, availability of resources, and department needs.
Clinical Asst Professor A Nursing
Come join the College of Nursing and Health Sciences and be a part of our active FNP track program. We are looking for someone who can share their knowledge and experience to the next generation of FNPs.
Assistant Professor Exercise & Health Science
The Department of Exercise and Health Sciences at the University of Massachusetts Boston seeks a tenure-track faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor. Come join one of the fastest growing departments on campus. For more information go to (http://www.umb.edu/academics/cnhs/exercise_and_health_sciences/)
Assistant Professor Leadership in Education
The College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) at the University of Massachusetts Boston invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor of Urban Education, Leadership, and Policy Studies in the Leadership in Education Department to begin September 1, 2021. The successful candidate’s research and teaching expertise will be in pre-K to 12 urban education leadership with a specialization in social justice leadership and anti-racist leadership in urban schools, particularly in the U.S. context.
Associate Lecturer of Mathematics Mathematics
The Department of Mathematics at UMass Boston anticipates having several part-time associate lecturer positions in mathematics beginning September 1, 2020. Renewals are contingent upon performance, availability of resources, and need in the department.  The essential duties will be to teach lower-division service-level mathematics classes each semester. In addition to instruction, the successful candidates will be expected to participate in appropriate professional service, which may include course coordination in multi-section classes and curriculum development.

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