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Academic Success Advisor Pathway & Multilingual Program
The mission of the Pathways and Multilingual Programs is to provide a culturally sustaining curriculum through high-quality instruction and individualized tutoring support, both in and out of the classroom. Our program is built on a commitment to racial equity, inclusiveness, and multilingualism.
Professor/Associate Prof and Department Chair (Urban Public Health) Urban Public Health
UMass Boston’s Manning College of Nursing and Health Sciences seeks highly qualified candidates for a tenured Associate/ Full Professor to serve as Department Chair beginning 9/1/2024 for the newly-formed Department of Urban Public Health. The Chair will guide and shape the department's programs and mission to advance health equity in urban settings. Review of applications will start on December 1, 2023 and continue until the position is filled.
Director of Community Engagement & Student Leadership Leadership-Comm Engagmnt
Reporting to the Assistant Dean of Students, the Director of Student Leadership and Community Engagement is responsible for leading division-wide initiatives and efforts to strengthen student development and engagement and enhance students’ co-curricular learning through programs and services related to student leadership development and community service/service learning based upon the leadership for liberation framework. The programs include, but are not limited to, the Civic Action Fellows Program, Beacon Voyages for Service (BVS), the Freshmen Leadership Institute (FLI), the NASPA Undergraduate Fellows/Higher Education in Student Affairs Program, JumpStart, Domestic Leadership Exchange (DLE), and Leadership Training and Lectures Series. The incumbent will provide administrative oversight over the Office of Student Leadership and Community Engagement. Participate in identifying, writing, and the administration of grants to support the unit’s programming initiatives.
Director of Campus Banking and Reconciliation Controller's Office
The Director of Campus Banking & Reconciliation reports to the Controller and is an integral member of the Fiscal Operations team for the Boston Campus. The Director is responsible for the oversight and strategic management and of the Boston Campus treasury and cash operations; overseeing the University’s commercial bank reconciliation and relationships, cash management procedures, dynamic receipt and disbursement services, treasury IT systems, PCI-DSS compliance and ecommerce platforms, monthly reconciliations for select accounts, daily cash positioning and forecasting and general ledger posting. The position works closely with campus departments, Bursar, banking partners and vendors to support the University’s treasury/cash management daily needs.
Assistant Director for Employer Partnerships Career Services
The primary mission of Academic and Career Engagement and Success Center (ACES) is to provide holistic, high quality, and culturally responsive academic and career success coaching and programming. The Assistant Director for Employer Partnerships supports the mission of ACES by establishing, cultivating, and leveraging employer relationships to facilitate connections leading to the recruitment of UMass Boston students.
Sr 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, 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.
Operations Manager CM - Dean's Office
The Operations Manager is a crucial position within the College of Management (CM) that reports to and provides best practice professional support to the Assistant Dean for Administration and Finance and manages CM operations as a whole. The role includes a variety of operational, administrative, financial and personnel responsibilities.
Director of Career & Academic Advising Career Services
The primary mission of the Academic and Career Engagement and Success (ACES) Center is to provide holistic, high quality, and culturally responsive academic and career success coaching. Success coaching engages students in an intentional process that values students’ strengths and cultural wealth.
Visiting Assistant Professor (Higher Education Program) Leadership in Education
The Department of Leadership in Education, Higher Education Program, in the College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) at the University of Massachusetts Boston seeks applicants for a non-tenure-track position as a visiting assistant professor, to begin Spring 2024. This is a one-year appointment and will include teaching in the Spring 2024 and June 2024 semesters. Of particular interest are candidates with scholarly expertise and teaching agendas in higher education policy, and governance and administration in higher education.
One Stop Advisor (multiple positions) One Stop Student Serv Ctr
One Stop Service Advisors perform a vital role in assisting and educating students to navigate administrative processes related to financial aid, billing, and registration. They will provide convenient and thorough support and care through a variety of service channels including walk-in, phone, email, live chat and virtual meetings. They will be available to teach students how to access and use technology for self-service and will provide basic advising and information on university programs, requirements, academic policies, and student rights and responsibilities.
Research Data Coordinator Institute Community Inclusion
The Research Data Coordinator with the Institute for Community Inclusion (ICI) will implement quantitative and qualitative research and evaluation projects that support employment, community life engagement, and inclusive postsecondary education outcomes for individuals with disabilities under the supervision of senior research staff. The incumbent will support survey development; field test protocols; and manage quality assurance and follow-up procedures for data collection, including reliability procedures. They will develop and implement sampling plans, conduct interviews, coordinate data entry, perform literature searches, conduct analysis of qualitative and quantitative data, assist in producing reports and editing manuscripts, and will manage posting of data to web-based databases for online display. This position can be based outside of Boston.
Vice Provost (Student, Equity, Access, and Success) VP- Acad Suppt Services
The Vice Provost provides leadership for the development, implementation and assessment of Holistic Student Success and oversees the Student Equity, Access, and Success (SEAS) unit. SEAS is comprised of three major work areas: Inclusive Excellence; Pathway Programs; and, Academic and Career Engagement and Success (ACES). The incumbent is responsible for ensuring that undergraduate and graduate students at UMass Boston have access to equity-minded and inclusive resources, services, and learning opportunities that support the development and achievement of their academic and career goals. She works collaboratively with the Provost, Vice Chancellors, Deans, faculty, staff, and students to design and coordinate integrated academic and career programming and services that recognize the cultural wealth and the diversity of identities and experiences that comprise the UMass Boston community.
Assistant Director for International Admissions Undergraduate Admissions
The Assistant Director for International Admissions will be responsible for the development and/or implementation of domestic and international recruitment activities and strategies to attract new students to the university, with a focus on international students. The Assistant Director will monitor international prospects and applications and implement strategies to convert them in the admissions funnel; will utilize yield strategies to increase enrollment of international first-year and transfer students; and will review applications and render admission decisions for international and domestic applicants. The Assistant Director will be assigned additional responsibilities such as serving as a liaison to one of the undergraduate colleges and/or managing one of the university’s international partnerships. The incumbent will also provide career and enrollment counseling; will conduct interviews and information sessions; and assist with on-campus and both domestic and international off-campus recruitment travel. Special projects to be determined based on incumbent’s professional interests and business needs.
Senior Assistant Director of Financial Aid Financial Aid Office
The Senior Assistant Director/Financial Aid Counselor is a key contributor to meeting Division of Enrollment Management and University goals for recruitment, retention and superior service by assisting students and families in navigating forms, technology and deadlines associated with applying for, receiving and maintaining financial aid eligibility.The Senior Assistant Director/Counselor is responsible for a reduced caseload of Undergraduate and Graduate.
Assistant Professor (School for Global Inclusion and Social Development) GISD - Dean's Office
The School for Global Inclusion and Social Development (SGISD) in the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Massachusetts Boston invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor to begin September 1, 2024. We are specifically seeking a social scientist with expertise in critical inclusion studies, whose research and practice focuses on social justice and inclusion with reference to human well-being and social and economic development for marginalized social groups. We are particularly interested in candidates whose scholarly agenda is focused on race and ethnic studies or decolonial studies using an intersectional approach from a global and comparative perspective, complementing the regional expertise of faculty in the program and School.
Environmental Health & Safety Technician (2 positions) Environmental Health & Safety
The Environmental Health and Safety Technician will work, in conjunction with the other members of the OEHS Office, with faculty, staff, students, contractors, and the administration, in the implementation and execution of UMass Boston's safety, environmental compliance, and emergency management programs
Technical Specialist II Horticulture Assistant Facilities Admin
Performs technical work related to horticulture work in the campus landscape including planning for the display of and monitoring the planting and maintenance of flowers, flowering shrubs, annual plants and perennial plants. Works under· the supervision of the Head of Grounds Services who provides guidance on policies and procedures.
Technical Specialist II Horticulture Assistant Facilities Admin
Performs technical work related to horticulture work in the campus landscape including planning for the display of and monitoring the planting and maintenance of flowers, flowering shrubs, annual plants and perennial plants. Works under· the supervision of the Head of Grounds Services who provides guidance on policies and procedures.
Instructional Media Specialist I Institute Community Inclusion
The Instructional Media Specialist I will, under the guidance of the ICI Senior Instructional Media Manager and in consultation with Subject Matter Experts, develop, design, and edit numerous online learning activities and online learning development projects, as well as various writing and assessment needs across Institute for Community Inclusion media projects. The incumbent must ensure that all materials produced are accessible to all learners. The incumbent will work across projects and will support the integration of web-based tools, and online learning strategies into project and ICI activities. S/he will identify opportunities for the expansion of online learning; and will work in a team capacity with the Senior Instructional Media Manager to accomplish goals related to grants and other online learning and web-based initiatives.
Data Manager (Stone Living Lab) SFE - Dean's Office
The Stone Living Lab (, a multi-institution partnership researching coastal defense in the face of sea level rise, seeks a data manager to work with its scientists at UMass Boston. As the Stone Living Lab (SLL) pursues its scientific mission, the principal investigators (PIs) and students involved are generating a wealth of data in a wide variety of formats. In order to maximize the use of our data across multiple lab groups, we are seeking a data manager to help us curate, manage, and make publicly accessible our data in a way that obeys FAIR (Findability, Accessibility, Interoperability, and Reuse) best practices. We are seeking someone who will work with the PIs and associated researchers with the creation, organization, and maintenance of the SLL data management process as well as generation of public-facing products using this data. Further, we hope to host our data on either the Environmental Data Repository ( or Data One (, to provide long-term public availability, robust metadata generation, and open APIs.

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