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Data Integration Specialist IT Application Services
The University of Massachusetts Boston is seeking an experienced Data Integration Specialist and Subject Matter Expert to drive automation of processes and deliver the next evolution of our data exchange environment in a diverse and complex operating environment for the campus.
Job Coach Institute Community Inclusion
The Job Coach will assist individuals with disabilities in maintaining employment in the community in integrated settings. The incumbent will work with individuals who have barriers to employment to identify needed work place supports based upon individual preferences, skills and job duties.
Linux/Windows Administrator IT Comm & Infrastructure Serv
University of Massachusetts-Boston Information Technology (UITS) has an opening for an Linux /Windows System Administrator. We are seeking a candidate who is interested in applying their technical expertise to fast-paced, customer-focused production environments. We are looking for a well versed team player that is familiar with many different technologies to deliver to our Students, Staff, and Faculty providing an exceptional IT experience This exciting opportunity for the right candidate will provide a sense of fulfillment and personal achievement as the IT landscape changes to provide the campus the latest technology has to offer.
Associate Director for Systems and Admissions Operations Undergraduate Admissions
The Associate Director for Systems and Admissions Operations is responsible for managing the student information system and technical platforms used to support the admissions operation.
Academic Advisor (Two Positions Available) University Advising Center
The primary mission of the Academic Advisor is to ensure an environment centered on student learning for undergraduate students in the Colleges of Liberal Arts, Science and Mathematics and Management and to support the students in attaining their educational and career goals.
Project Director Counseling & School Psychology
The Behavioral health Integrated Resources for Children Center (BIRCh Center) within the College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) at the University of Massachusetts Boston seeks a Project Director. The BIRCh Center is a grant-funded state-wide center aiming to provide professional development and resources for schools and to strengthen the coordination of behavioral health supports across school and community agencies.
Environmental Manager Environmental Health & Safety
Assist the Director of Environmental Health & Safety with the implementation and administration of a campus-wide environmental management program.
Hazardous Material Technician Environmental Health & Safety
The Hazardous Materials Technician within the Office of Environmental Health and Safety (OEHS) is responsible for supporting the radiation, laser chemical and biological safety programs, as well as the environmental management system.
Program Coordinator - Psychology Developmental and Brain Sciences (DBS) Psychology
The part-time Program Coordinator will serve the Department of Psychology, within the College of Liberal Arts, in the administration of a graduate program and program spending. The incumbent will assist the Graduate Program Director of the Psychology Department’s Developmental and Brain Sciences (DBS) PhD Program with student recruitment, program marketing, student assistantship and other employment contracts, and program purchasing.
Assistant Vice Chancellor of Client Services IT Client Services
As a member of the IT Leadership Team you have the opportunity to re-engineer IT Client Services, spanning the IT Service Desk, Desktop Management, Computer Repair, Software Distribution and Computer Lab Operations. You are responsible for IT Service Management, a core IT discipline critical to the effective utilization of, and customer satisfaction with, IT services. S/he champions IT Service Management best practices as well as the implementation of an IT Service Management tool suite (ServiceNow) for managing Service Catalog, Requests, Incidents, and Knowledge Management processes.
Training Associate II Institute Community Inclusion
The Training Associate II will provide field based and administrative support on a project and initiative focused on building the capacity of organizations providing integrated employment and community supports for individuals with disabilities. The incumbent will develop and support online and face-to-face (direct) training programs and technical assistance to human service professionals, and provider agency personnel on services and supports for individuals with disabilities. S/he will promote options and awareness in integrated employment, collaborating with project team. The Training Associate II is responsible for the dissemination of training information through multiple formats, including online management systems, conference presentations, individual seminars, and distance education; will work with a team in the development of products addressing the issues related to supporting improved employment outcomes for individuals with significant disabilities.
Financial Research Admin I-IV Research & Sponsored Programs
The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs at the University of Massachusetts Boston has an open position for an outstanding Financial Research Administrator (levels I to IV) to join our Post-Award research team and be responsible for the oversight of financial activities for our research and externally funded programs. This could be your chance to become part of a growing university that is nationally recognized as a model of excellence for institutions of higher learning in an urban setting. UMass Boston’s academic excellence is reflected by a growing student body of 17,030 undergraduate and graduate students. Our 10 colleges and schools offer 82 undergraduate programs and more than 125 graduate programs. We are proud of our diverse, culturally rich and progressive work environment and our scenic waterfront campus is being transformed with new buildings including the Integrated Sciences Complex, University Hall, and dormitories opened in September 2018. We are located next to the John F. Kennedy Library and the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate with easy access to downtown Boston and the surrounding areas. We are building a team to meet a world of new and dynamic challenges. Our faculty and staff share a common vision of excellence in undergraduate and graduate teaching to meet the needs of its diverse student population; developing innovative and interdisciplinary programs; and for distinguished research and extensive service. I invite you to join us!
Reference and Instruction Librarian II Healey Library
Reporting to the Head of Reference, Outreach and Instruction in the Healey Library, the Research & Instruction Librarian provides in-depth library research and instructional support at the University of Massachusetts Boston. This full-time position will collaborate with colleagues in the library and across campus to instruct, engage and support the nearly 17,000 students, and 1,100 faculty in the full range of library resources and services, on and off campus.
Student Placement Specialist CNHS - Dean's Office
Seize the opportunity to support future nurses! Build important partnerships with top healthcare facilities, fulfill the integral role of securing clinical experiences for pre-licensure nursing students, and become a valued team member of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences at UMass Boston.
Assistant Professor of Arabic - Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures Modern Languages Lit Cultures
The Department of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures (MLLC) invites applications for a tenure-track position as Assistant Professor in Arabic Language and Literatures or Cultural Studies, beginning September 1, 2020. Knowledge of the Eastern Mediterranean and modern Middle East from an interdisciplinary and/or comparative perspective strongly preferred. Must be able to supervise and teach in the Arabic language program, as well as develop and teach courses in English within a field of specialization that would enrich the MLLC department’s course offerings. Typical teaching load is two courses per semester
Latin American and Iberian Studies Non - Tenure Track Faculty Position Latin American/Iberian Studies
Lecturer & Director of Portuguese & Spanish Language Programs The Latin American and Iberian Studies Department at the University of Massachusetts Boston invites applications for a full-time, non-tenure-track LECTURER and DIRECTOR OF PORTUGUESE AND SPANISH LANGUAGE PROGRAMS beginning September 1, 2020. The Department is a multidisciplinary unit composed of Latin American Studies, Translation Studies, and Literature and Cultural Studies. The unit includes a Language Program composed of Elementary and Intermediate Portuguese and Spanish courses.
Assistant Professor, Management Management
Tenure-Track Assistant Professor in Management in the Department of Management
Visiting Assistant Professor Mathematics
The Department of Mathematics at the University of Massachusetts Boston invites applications for a Robert T. Seeley Visiting Assistant Professor position beginning September 1, 2020. This is a one-year non-tenure track position, with the possibility of renewal for a second year, and it carries a reduced teaching load of 2-1. The research area of interest is open to all fields of pure and applied mathematics. Candidates should have received a PhD by the time the position starts, and should show outstanding promise of research ability as well as a capacity for effective teaching.
Assistant/Associate Professor Mathematics
The Department of Mathematics at the University of Massachusetts Boston invites applications for a tenure-track (non-tenured) position at the level of Assistant or Associate Professor beginning September 1, 2020. Candidates must possess a Ph.D. in Mathematics or a closely related field, with the research area of interest open to all fields of mathematics. Candidates are expected to have a proven record in coordinating the implementation of effective pedagogical methods, in addition to a strong research program. The successful hire will play a central role in the coordination, assessment, and restructuring of the department’s lower division courses and contribute to other departmental and college service. A teaching load reduction to root a research program will be provided.
Assistant Professor in Ecology and Global Environmental Change Biology
Assistant Professor in Ecology and Global Environmental Change The Biology Department at the University of Massachusetts, Boston seeks applicants for a full-time tenure track Assistant Professor starting in September 1, 2020. This individual is expected to be a broadly-trained ecologist, but with a research focus on community ecology and global environmental change. Applications are particularly welcome from candidates who have expertise in community and population connectivity, and ecological dynamics at large scales. The successful applicant will be expected to establish an externally funded research program, direct the research of students at the undergraduate, masters, and doctoral levels, and interact with a dynamic group of ecologists and evolutionary biologists in our Department. The candidate will also be expected to become actively involved in our Environmental Biology PhD program. A Ph.D. and postdoctoral training (or equivalent professional experience) in ecology, population biology, behavioral ecology, evolution, or a related field is required.

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