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Staff Psychologist Coordinator of Advanced Multicultural Training Program Health Services
The Staff Psychologist and Coordinator of the Advanced Multicultural Training Program within University Health Services 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 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.
Assistant Director VP- Acad Suppt Services
The Professional Apprenticeship Career Experience (PACE) is an innovative on-campus employment program designed to provide meaningful, career-oriented experiences for undergraduate students at UMass Boston.  Students learn professional skills through day-to-day responsibilities and projects over multiple semesters, while receiving training and mentoring from their faculty or staff supervisor.  Students earn one-credit in their first semester as a PACE apprentice through enrollment in the PACE Success course (INTR-D 291).  The incumbent will be responsible for the development and implementation of the PACE program, including teaching multiple sections of the PACE Success course, organizing the PACE Showcase event each semester, initiating social media efforts to promote the PACE program, delivering PACE student orientations and classroom presentations, communicating with PACE student applicants and collaborating with the Director of  PACE  to grow the program to full capacity over 5 years.
Alumni Engagement Coordinator VC-University Advancement
Under the direction of the Director of Alumni Engagement, the Alumni Engagement Coordinator manages the day-to-day operations of the Alumni Engagement Office and provides direct administrative support to the Director of Alumni Engagement as well as the Assistant Vice Chancellor of Alumni Engagement, and will independently oversee the operations and activities pertaining to Alumni Engagement in the absence of the Director and Assistant Vice Chancellor.
Assistant Director of Tutoring Programs Academic Support Programs
Reporting to the Director of the Center for Academic Excellence, the Assistant Director of Tutoring Programs serves as a member of the ASP/Center for Academic Excellence leadership team and ensures the effective delivery of all tutoring services provided by the Center. With the Director, the incumbent works to develop and implement programs to achieve ongoing Center developmental goals, including, but not limited to, programs designed specifically to provide support for students in STEM majors. The Assistant Director’s responsibilities include, in collaboration with the Director, developing and maintaining inter-departmental networks across the university to identify and address areas of need; recruiting, hiring, training, and supervising tutors; ensuring that coverage needs are met for course-specific and course-embedded tutoring; and providing professional development opportunities for tutors by assisting in the development and assessment of course content for ASP 120: Introduction to Peer Tutoring.
Data Specialist Human Resources
The Data Specialist, within the Department of Human Resources, will be responsible for providing support and maintenance of PeopleSoft, the Human Resource Management System (HRMS).  The incumbent will perform data entry of personnel actions and other human resource related transactions; review problem data; and resolve HRMS problems, unexpected results or process flaws.  The incumbent will interface with all employees within the University and will provide quality customer service to employees and external customers.
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.
Program Assistant/Data Coordinator VP- Acad Suppt Services
The Program Assistant will assist the Director, the Assistant Director, and Program Coordinator of Pathways and Multicultural Programs in the overall planning and implementation of the Multilingual/DSP programs. S/he will assist in coordinating program participant data for the purpose of reporting and program evaluation and will provide support for staff training and program activities.
Clinical Assistant Professor (Clinical NTT Faculty) Nursing
The College of Nursing and Health Sciences is seeking an RN-BS program director. This is an established program with all courses offered online. This 9-month leadership position is a clinical non-tenure-track faculty position in the Department of Nursing. The RN-BS option focuses on health across the lifespan and targets health equity in populations at risk for or experiencing healthcare disparities.
Student Services Specialist CM -Undergraduate Program
The College of Management at UMass Boston is looking for an academic advisor who is also committed to professional development among our students to join our team. We are Boston's public school with a larger, highly diverse, minority-majority campus. Our students come from around the globe and around Boston. Many are the first in their family to pursue a college degree and appreciate working with advisors who value their individual experiences. In the College of Management, we are dedicated in providing a strong business education foundation, as well as developing skills in our students that will benefit them in their professional pursuits long after graduation.
Assistant Professor (Health or Risk Communication) Communication
The Communication Department welcomes applications for a tenure track Assistant Professor position beginning September 1, 2022, in health and/or risk communication. Consistent with the Department's empirical approach to the discipline, we seek applicants whose research agenda takes a social scientific approach in any one of a number of research areas, including but not limited to: public health, health literacy and/or education; risk communication; crisis communication; science communication.
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.
Network Engineer IT Comm & Infrastructure Serv
The University of Massachusetts Boston Network engineering team is critical to campus technology operations. We are seeking to hire a network engineer to enhance our team and be a part of an exciting group of professionals that will be designing and building the future state campus network for our students, faculty and staff.
Assistant Vice Provost, Academic & Career Advising VP- Acad Suppt Services
The Assistant Vice Provost for Academic & Career Advising serves as a member of the VPASS core leadership team.  The VPASS leadership team supports the University’s commitment to student success by developing, implementing and assessing policies, programs, practices that advance access to higher education, provide advising, enrichment and experiential learning opportunities, and support equitable outcomes for our diverse study body.
Director, Undergraduate Studies Undergraduate Studies
The Director is responsible for the day-to-day administration of the Office of Undergraduate Studies at UMass Boston, a university that serves 12,300+ undergraduates. Undergraduate Studies oversees the general education program, including the core curriculum and the Writing Proficiency Requirement. The Director provides information and guidance about general education curriculum and assessment; administers academic policies; and adjudicates policy disputes and requests for waivers of university-wide undergraduate academic requirements and deadlines.
Assistant Professor (Clinical Psychology) Psychology
Tenure Track Assistant Professor Position in Clinical Psychology, Cultural Developmental Focus The Department of Psychology at the University of Massachusetts Boston invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position beginning Fall 2022 with focus on issues of race and ethnicity from a developmental perspective (i.e., child, adolescent, or family systems focus).
Clinical Placement Specialist CNHS - Dean's Office
The College of Nursing and Health Sciences continues to grow! We are seeking a person who can work with the Exercise Health Sciences and Nursing departments to generate experiential placements for our students. Come be a part of our public health mission.
Program Manager MA Ofc of Public Collaboration
MOPC is seeking 3 full-time, benefited Program Managers for mid-career professional positions fundamental to the office’s public service mission. The position manages dispute resolution programs and capacity-building projects serving the needs of MA residents and institutions, including program and project management; training design and delivery; mediation and facilitation of collaborative and restorative processes; overseeing affiliated practitioners and community mediation centers; outreach and education, data gathering and analysis, reporting to sponsors. Program Managers work as a team under the direction of senior directors and in collaboration with research and evaluation staff and graduate students and participate in strategic planning, program development, fundraising and professional networks of academic investigators and practitioners. The Program Manager works both on campus and remotely. The Program Managers to be hired will manage one or more of the following: community mediation center grant program, housing mediation program, parent mediation program, reentry mediation program, diversity, equity & inclusion, cloud-based case management system, and websites & social media. MOPC is a statutory state agency and applied research center of the McCormack Graduate School. The office’s mission is to assist state & local government with the resolution of disputes, the design and operation of mediation programs, the delivery of education for public employees and the qualification of practitioners to serve on public contracts. MOPC oversees the state-sponsored community mediation system that provides operational funding to qualified centers, administers statewide programs that build capacity and infrastructure to help public agencies and citizens to address important community objectives, and serves as a neutral forum for public engagement initiatives. MOPC values diversity, equity and inclusion in its programs, practices and operations.
Senior Associate Director of Student Financial Aid Financial Aid Office
The Senior Associate Director of Student Financial Aid will provide support and leadership for the Office of Financial Aid Services with emphasis on compliance with federal and state financial aid regulations. The incumbent will lead the office in policy and procedure development, fund management and inter-departmental relations
Major Gifts Officer VC-University Advancement
Reporting to the Associate Vice Chancellor Principal and Leadership Gifts, the Major Gifts Officer is primarily responsible for developing, managing, implementing, and overseeing strategies for the identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of approximately 100-150 prospective leadership gift donors. The Major Gifts Officer will create individualized solicitation plans leading to major outright and deferred gifts in excess of $50,000, integrating unrestricted and restricted gifts, endowment and capital gifts in support of University Fund raising priorities. Responsibilities will significantly include the identification of new prospects in cities across the nation. The Major Gifts Officer will serve as a front-line fundraiser for University-wide targeted initiatives and will work closely with Dean’s, department chairs, key faculty and senior administrators in developing and implementing impactful fundraising strategies and activities.
Senior Major Gifts Officer, NY Metro Region VC-University Advancement
Reporting to the Associate Vice Chancellor for Principal and Leadership Gifts, the Senior Major Gift Officer, New York Metro Region will work closely with the Associate Vice Chancellor of Advancement in cultivating and soliciting leadership level ($100,000+) commitments to the University. The incumbent will be involved in the planning and/or advancing a wide range of fundraising activities and high-level, prospect-focused events; will pursue leadership gifts for a range of priorities, including current use, endowed chairs, scholarships, and capital improvements; and will identify and cultivate prospects and develop solicitation strategies and coordination with key administrators, faculty, alumni, and volunteers, which is critical to the success of this role. The incumbent also may oversee special projects as assigned by the Associate Vice Chancellor of Principal Gifts

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