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Administrative Assistant II (Housing and Residential Life) Student Housing Office
The Administrative Assistant will be responsible for providing administrative support and assisting in the coordination of the daily operational and programmatic functions of the Housing and Residential Life (OHRL).  The incumbent will provide administrative oversight and support to the Housing and Residential Life; assist in the management of procurement transactions, including entering purchasing requisitions and coordinating vendor payments; manage personnel action and payroll for OHRL student staff, graduate assistants, and interns; and supervise daily operations of the front desk and reception areas, including providing timely communication to all current and incoming students and their families about the information and services offered by OHRL.
Graduate Program Assistant (Enrollment & Advising) CNHS - Dean's Office
Join CNHS as we grow and serve the Health community through educating tomorrow's nurses. Be a part of the expanding graduate programs in CNHS.
Assistant Professor (Economics) Economics
The Department of Economics at UMass Boston invites applications for a tenure track assistant professor position with interest in Gender, Race, and/or Poverty, to begin September 1, 2022. This position will support our growing cohorts of undergraduate majors as well as the Department's M.A. in Applied Economics. We are especially interested in candidates who include heterodox political economy and feminist approaches in their research and teaching.
Assistant Professor (Management Science and Information Systems) Management Science & Info Sys
The Department of Management Science and Information Systems at the University of Massachusetts Boston invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Supply Chain and Analytics, beginning September 1, 2022.
Administrative Assistant II (Psychology) Psychology
The Administrative Assistant for the Psychology Department will maintain the day-to-day operations of the department, assisting the Chair with departmental management, and assisting faculty with teaching, service and research needs, responding to student inquiries and supervising student employees.
Program Coordinator SELN Institute Community Inclusion
The Program Coordinator will support outreach, communication, and network engagement for the State Employment Leadership Network (SELN) Project. The SELN is a multi-state membership-based roundtable which promotes employment and day services’ systems change across state intellectual and developmental disability systems. The incumbent will work with staff across the Institute for Community Inclusion (ICI) and with external state and national partners to implement SELN information-sharing, knowledge translation activities, educational and member events. S/he will work closely with SELN Program Director, Employment Systems change Director, and SELN partner organization – The National Association of State Directors of Developmental Disabilities Services (NASDDDS), to move research findings and network insights into practice.
Post Doctoral Research Fellow Philosophy
The Applied Ethics Center (AEC) and the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies (IEET) are excited to invite applications for a full-time Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship in the Future of Work at the University of Massachusetts Boston. The post is fixed-term for 24 months from the date of appointment. Some forecasters believe automation and other emerging technologies will cause a rapid loss of traditional employment in the coming decades. Other forecasters argue that there will not be a net loss of jobs, but foresee instead a rapid innovation of new jobs, and transformation of existing jobs. Policies to address the rapidly changing labor market include reforming higher education and job re-training, shortening the work week, a federal jobs guarantee, and a universal basic income. Whether work is threatened or not, some see a post-work future as a desirable goal of public policy, while others believe work is essential to meaning and social engagement. How can higher education focus more on non-automatable skills like creativity and social-emotional intelligence? What are the impacts of employment versus guaranteed income? Many of us find the primary locus of meaning in our work. Would living in a world with less, or transformed, work be less meaningful? The Future of Work Fellow will help AEC and IEET research the academic and policy work being done on these questions.
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.
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.
Registrar Technical Specialist/EDP Programmer III Registrar's Office
Technical Specialists serve as first points of contacts for students and other business offices regarding matters related to their areas, including acting as primary liaisons for their areas to Undergrad Studies, University Advising, One Stop, Graduate Studies, Financial Aid, Admissions, etc.  They are expected to develop expertise in the particular software programs and applications required in their areas which may include: PeopleSoft, the CollegeSource degree audit system (uAchieve), Perceptive Content, Salesforce, Acalog, Curriculog, etc.  In addition, Technical Specialists will share in covering office-wide responsibilities including phone and email coverage.
Registered Nurse Health Services
Under direction of the Director of General Medicine and health care providers (HCP), Registered Nurse provides nursing care utilizing the nursing process to the University of Massachusetts Boston campus community. The incumbent will be responsible for nursing duties including, but not limited to, triage, health assessment and assisting HCPs; provide proficient age specific and developmentally appropriate nursing care to college students; and administer immunizations and COVID testing for both the UMass Boston community and other designated non – UMass Boston guests as authorized by the University.
Administrative Assistant I Undergraduate Admissions
The Receptionist within the Office of Undergraduate Admissions will provide routine administrative support for the department. They will serve as first point of contact for the Office of Undergraduate Admissions and will respond to and provide routine information to both walk-in customers, as well as internal and external phone and e-mail inquiries and will respond to all Undergraduate Admissions departmental e-mails and voicemail messages; and will organize and schedule appointments with admission counselors for prospective students.
Assistant Director, Freshman Recruitment Undergraduate Admissions
The Assistant Director for Undergraduate Admissions is responsible for attracting students to the University through traditional means of visits and attendance at college fairs and/or through the development of special projects that bring students to the campus.
Associate Director (Global Programs) Office of Global Programs
The Associate Director 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 and assists the Executive Director in the daily running of the office. The incumbent will help to develop student support initiatives by working closely with the University’s academic departments and advising/student success offices, as well as the Division of Enrollment Management, the Office of Graduate Studies, the ESL Center, and Student Services offices. S/he will also work collaboratively with multiple stakeholders in international education on campus.  The incumbent will have the unique opportunity to develop the goals and programs of a new “international student success” meeting room space, where students can come for workshops, advising, social events; the incumbent will create new programs, such as peer advisors, for this space. The position will also 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.
Budget & Reporting Analyst Provost & VC Acad Affairs
The Budget and Reporting Analyst reports to the Assistant Vice Chancellor Academic Administration & Financial Services and supports the planning and resource allocation work of the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs (VCAA) in close collaboration with the Office of Budget & Financial Planning (“OBFP”). Primary activities will include; supporting the development, implementation, and ongoing operation and maintenance, of a new Activities-Based Budgeting (“ABB”) system for the campus.
Deputy Budget Director Budget & Financial Planning
The Deputy Budget Director, within the Office of Budget and Financial Planning (“OBFP”), will support the ongoing financial management of the University. At first, the position will work substantially on the development, implementation and maintenance of an Activities-Based Budgeting (“ABB”) process.
Director, Grants and Sponsored Programs CSM - Dean's Office
The Director for Grants and Sponsored Projects is responsible for and provides primary support to faculty and academic research staff for the CSM, liaising between department staff, Principal Investigators (PIs) and the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (ORSP). The incumbent supports a broad variety of campus constituents through pre- and post-award grants processes, and assists in the shepherding and writing of College-level proposals.
Student Success Advisor 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 mission of the Student Success Advisor includes supporting CSM faculty in implementing major-specific advising procedures and policies, effectively communicating said procedures and policies to the CSM student body, and supporting CSM students in attaining their educational and career goals. Thus, the specifics of Student Success Advisor interactions with faculty and students can be expected to vary in a way that reflects differing advising practices across CSM departments.
Director, HR Information Systems & Operations Human Resources
Reporting directly to the Vice Chancellor for Human Resources, the Director of Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS) and Operations is responsible for driving and enhancing the efficiency and effectiveness of the PeopleSoft Human Resources System for the university, in support of Human Resources administration and initiatives and in alignment with University strategic objectives. The incumbent will oversee the administration of the current implementation and any refinements needed for the system, as well as the implementation of all subsequent updates across the university. The Director will continually analyze the delivered PeopleSoft product to determine how well it serves campus and system business needs and where gaps exist; and will provide solutions to potential changes in business practices to meet and enhance university strategic goals. The Director also manages the workflow, production of reports and other activities necessary to ensure the timely and accurate compensation of all university employees. The Director also will support finance and other departments to ensure that operations are aligned to support integrity in financial reporting.
Dean, College of Management CM - Dean's Office
The University of Massachusetts Boston (UMass Boston) seeks nominations for and expressions of interest in the position of Dean of the College of Management (CM). As the chief academic officer of the college, the dean reports to the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. Working in close collaboration with campus leadership, the dean provides intellectual and administrative leadership for academic programs and student success, the college's budget and personnel, research and scholarship and fund raising. The College and University seek a dean with vision, energy and the entrepreneurial skills to engage university constituents and external partners in fully leveraging the College's public mission and unique strengths.

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