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Graduate Program Administrator for Student Services and Retention UMass Boston
The Graduate Program Administrator for Student Services and Retention, within the Department of Public Policy and Public Affairs, is responsible for facilitating the services that ensure students’ smooth progress through the department’s graduate degree programs, which currently consist of the PhD in Public Policy program and the Master of Public Administration program (including one track).
Assistant Professor (CEHD) UMass Boston
The Department of Curriculum and Instruction in the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Massachusetts Boston seeks candidates for a tenure-track faculty position with expertise in early childhood education and care and child development, or a closely related field (such as human development, child development, psychology, family studies, education policy, etc.), to begin September 1, 2022.
Finance Systems Access and Security Specialist UMass Boston
The Finance Systems Access and Security Specialist is responsible for the administration of finance systems security access, development of analytical reports, and technical solutions for complex financial business processes. This position requires interaction with many academic and financial areas of the campus and colleagues of the University of Massachusetts President’s Office (UITS, UPST, UIA, etc.).
Librarian III UMass Boston
Healey Library at UMass Boston seeks an innovative and enthusiastic librarian to join the growing team in the Library Systems and Discovery Services department. We seek candidates who are strong collaborators and excited to work in a collaborative and user-centered team environment at an urban public research university library that supports our broadly diverse campus community of approximately 1,700 students and 1,100 faculty in the full range of library resources and services, on and off campus. We value excellent user experience, innovative library services, effective and equitable intellectual access to resources and collections.  Healey Library is committed to building a diverse and inclusive staff to support the community, as part of its organizational commitment to advancing equity, diversity, and inclusion values and practices in its services and work environment.
Assistant Director of Residential Life UMass Boston
The Assistant Director will oversee three major areas of the University housing program: 1.) providing support for office technology and systems to support student success 2.) supporting the development and implementation of living learning communities; and 3.) supporting students of concern, including providing necessary referrals to students in need. This is a “live-off” position.
Academic Advisor UMass Boston
The Academic Advisor will serve as an advisor for the CLA Advising Office within the College of Liberal Arts. The incumbent will work under the supervision of, and in close collaboration with, the Director of CLA Advising and will provide academic advising and related services to declared majors within the College. The primary responsibility will be to advise declared majors within the College. The incumbent is responsible for implementing programs and interventions focused on student learning and supporting students in attaining their educational and career goals; the incumbent will also explain and interpret university policies and procedures; they will serve as an advocate for students, when appropriate; and they will work collaboratively with faculty advisors, and act as an advising resource for CLA faculty, when necessary.
Clerk IV - Assistant to Department Head UMass Amherst
The Assistant to the Chemistry Department Head works closely with Department Head and the Associate Head, as well as Chairs of Personnel and Search Committees, on complex and often highly sensitive matters related to running of the department. The assistant to the Department Head must maintain confidentiality on personnel and other matters.
Skilled Laborer I UMass Amherst
Provides for the care and maintenance of lawns, trees, shrubs, flowerbeds, walks, roadways, and parking lots.
Clerk IV - Graduate Program Coordinator/Department Receptionist UMass Amherst
Administrative assistance for the graduate program in Music and serve as receptionist and office assistant for the Department of Music and Dance.
Clerk IV UMass Amherst
Examine, review, confirm and creates invoices, disbursements, process payments, resolve invoice questions and complete other functions for the Campus Center Business Office.
Cook II (Catering) UMass Amherst
Cooks complex dishes in a catering environment; performs a variety of tasks in the preparation and cooking of food; assists Chef in the daily operation of a kitchen; performs other related work as required.
Assistant to the Chair of the Faculty (Clerk IV) - CICS UMass Amherst
Provides administrative support to the Chair of the Faculty and Associate Chairs within the College of Information and Computer Sciences (CICS). Coordinates administrative support for faculty recruiting, faculty promotion and tenure reviews, annual faculty reviews (AFRs), leaves, and awards.
Clerk IV / CMASS Office Manager UMass Amherst
Reporting to the Director of the Center for Multicultural Advancement and Student Success (CMASS), the Office Manager is responsible for maintaining a welcoming office environment, efficient execution of business processes and daily operations, administrative and logistical support grounded in collaboration and positive dialogue for student success and identity-based programs within the Advocacy, Inclusion and Support Programs collaborative in Student Affairs and Campus Life.
Buyer I / Purchasing and Contract Assistant UMass Amherst
As a member of SACL Finance Matrix team performs various duties to provide business services for the Finance Matrix including processing contract purchases, research for commodities for the division, lead competitive request for quotes process, assisting in the procurement and accounts payable processes, and other business service support duties.
Technical Assistant III UMass Amherst
This position oversees all operations in the lighting department. Supervises lighting and related electrical aspects of all productions with the Fine Arts Center including outdoor, hybrid, virtual, rental and on/off campus, assists in general production duties, and supervises student and professional crew members in these activities.
Technical Assistant III (Educ) - Clinical Lab Technician UMass Amherst
The Institute for Applied Life Sciences (IALS) Clinical Testing Center Technician is responsible for providing services of both a technical and non-technical nature for a Clinical Lab at UMass Amherst, with an initial focus on COVID-19 testing. Will work with independence to perform and interpret various routine and highly complex molecular laboratory test protocols from a variety of samples including body fluids.
Laboratory Technician II UMass Amherst
Full time lab manager to coordinate multiple aspects of the research program in the laboratory of Dr. Ilia Karatsoreos to include a broad array of general lab operations management, experimental design and implementation, data processing and analysis, and supervision of undergraduate and graduate research assistants. This includes management of general lab operations, as well as contributions to the research goals of the lab.
Human Resources Specialist-Isenberg School of Management UMass Amherst
Under the direction of the Isenberg Director of Human Resources (HR), the HR Specialist supports the human resource function for the Isenberg School of Management. The school includes 7 academic departments, 8 administrative and programmatic areas, and 4 academic centers. It serves over 3,500 undergraduate students and 1,700 graduate students while maintaining approximately 600 employee appointments. The HR Specialist serves as an advisor and consultant on matters related to human resource management, personnel policies, and procedures.
MSBDC Boston Regional Director - Mount Ida UMass Amherst, Mt. Ida - Newton
Under the direction of the State Director of the Massachusetts Small Business Development Center, the regional director will provide leadership and oversight for the development, implementation, and operations of the Boston Regional Office of Small Business Development Center located at the Mt. Ida campus. The SBDC is a full service center designed to meet the needs of the Boston counties clients interested in starting or growing a small or emerging business. The SBDC provides business advising, entrepreneurial training, assistance with business financing, as well as networking opportunities for regional businesses. The MSBDC program at UMass Amherst is funded by the U.S. Small Business Administration and the Massachusetts Office of Business Development, and is administered by UMass/Amherst Isenberg School of Management. The regional director leads growth and development of a quality SBDC program. The position is responsible for all programmatic reports and databases relative to the center’s operations; supervision and evaluation of SBDC staff as appropriate to deliver services and support to the network in order to meet SBDC objectives and the statewide MSBDC strategic plan.
Lecturer - Speech Language Pathology UMass Amherst
The School of Public Health and Health Sciences at the University of Massachusetts Amherst (http://www.umass.edu/sphhs) is seeking talented applicants for a full-time, non-tenure track speech-language pathology lecturer position (9-month appointment) in the Department of Communication Disorders. Summer work is anticipated and may be required and will be compensated in accordance with the collective bargaining agreement. The initial appointment period is two years with possibility of renewal.

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