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Associate Director of Enrollment Management Marketing VC-Enrollment Management
Associate Director of Enrollment Marketing will work in support of the Division of Enrollment Management’s overall enrollment strategy for both new and continuing students. The Associate Director will help develop and execute multiple marketing campaigns for a broad spectrum of student types including, but not limited to, first-year, transfer, international, continuing, and veteran students. The incumbent requires strong creative and communication competencies and a general understanding of the enrollment process from prospective student to commencement.
Manager, Information Systems CNHS - Dean's Office
The College of Nursing and Health Sciences seeks an energetic Information Technology Systems (ITS) Manager with strong database skills and mentoring abilities to help faculty, staff, and administrators maximize its use. Come join a growing college and be a part of developing our data management systems. A key role will be creating, expanding, and analyzing existing databases that will be an integral part of our staff and student information centralization and data administration systems.
Grants 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, CSM Student Success Center, and the CSM Dean’s Office; will manage and oversee purchasing and accounting activities for each unit. The Grants and Business Manager will work in collaboration with the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (ORSP) and other central administrative units at the University.
Assistant Professor of English in Composition & Rhetoric, Director of Writing Center English
The University of Massachusetts Boston invites applications for a new tenure-track assistant professor position, in composition & rhetoric, who will serve as the Writing Center Director, beginning September 1, 2021. The normal teaching load of tenure-track faculty is 2 courses per semester and the faculty member will receive appropriate courseload reductions while serving as Director.
Director, Campus Master Planning Campus Master Plan
The Director of Campus Master Planning, under the direction of the Associate Vice Chancellor for Facilities Management (AVCFM) and in collaboration with other VCAF departments, such as the Office of Budget and Financial Planning (OBFP), will work directly with University senior administration, as well as state and local agencies, academic and administrative units, appointed committees, hired consultants, community groups and other outside stakeholders in the development and execution of the University’s Campus Master Plan. In addition, the Director of Campus Master Planning will also coordinate and provide organizational support for general campus space programming, various feasibility studies and campus capital projects.
Program Coordinator Institute Community Inclusion
The Program Coordinator for the University of MA Boston (UMB) MA Inclusive Concurrent Enrollment Initiative (MAICEI) is a statewide initiative, promoting partnerships between institutes of higher education and local education agencies to offer students with intellectual disabilities the opportunity for college-based transition services. The Program Coordinator will work closely with secondary school district partners and the state MAICEI coordinator to coordinate all program activities. This includes outreach to schools, collaboration with special education and transition staff, students and families and departments within UMB; co-facilitating person-centered planning and advising; collaborating with university departments including disability services, registration and student supports to facilitate students’ full inclusion into campus life. The position also requires facilitating ongoing communication and partnership meetings with school and community members to establish and program goals.
Assistant Professor - Psychology Psychology
The Department of Psychology and the Developmental and Brain Sciences (DBS) Program of the University of Massachusetts Boston is recruiting for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Behavioral Neuroscience (start date: 9/1/2021). Review of applications will begin October 16, 2020 and continue until the position is filled.
Assistant Professor Sociology
The Department of Sociology at the University of Massachusetts Boston invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor starting September 1, 2021. Candidates are expected to have research and teaching strengths in one or more of the following areas: quantitative research methods and statistics, criminology, health/mental health, or race/ethnicity.
Assistant Professor History
The History Department at the University of Massachusetts Boston invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Modern European History. to begin September 1, 2021. A PhD in History is required. Candidates must demonstrate a strong commitment to scholarship, teaching, and department and university service, and must have an active research agenda. Candidates’ research fields must focus on 19th and/or 20th-century European History.
Provost & Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Provost & VC Acad Affairs
The Provost & Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs serves as the university’s chief academic officer.  In this capacity, the incumbent is responsible for the overall administration, academic budget planning, planning and management of the curriculum, instructional programs, research centers and institutes and educational support services offered across the campus. The Provost & Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs leads a multifunctional integrated academic division consisting of eight independent academic colleges and schools as well as distance and continuing education. The incumbent also is responsible for faculty affairs and faculty development, graduate studies, institutional research, sponsored research and oversight of the Registrar’s Office, the Healey Library and the Office of Global Programs.
Latin American and Iberian Studies - NTT Lecturer/Director of Portuguese & Spanish Language Programs Latin American/Iberian Studies
The Latin American and Iberian Studies Department at the University of Massachusetts Boston invites applications for a full-time, non-tenure-track Lecturer to serve as the DIRECTOR OF PORTUGUESE AND SPANISH LANGUAGE PROGRAMS, preferably beginning in January 2021. 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.
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.
Senior Director, Labor and Employee Relations Human Resources
The Senior Director directs all aspects of the labor relations function at the University of Massachusetts Boston.
Director of Talent Acquisition and Customer Solutions Human Resources
The Director of Talent Acquisition and Customer Solutions is responsible for providing strategic leadership to the Talent Acquisition and Customer Solutions (HR Business Partner) functions and employing cutting edge thinking, the use of innovation and proven best practices to deliver a world-class talent pool and superior HR customer service.

All official salary offers must be approved by Human Resources.

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