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Deputy Athletics Director for Strategic Advancement Athletics
The Deputy Athletic Director for Strategic Advancement will provide strategic leadership and be responsible for department-wide strategic planning efforts and broad supervision with the department’s external units including development, athletic communications, multimedia, marketing, fan engagement, and alumni relations. This position will develop and execute strategies to ensure collaboration and alignment amongst these areas to unify and strengthen the UMass Boston Department of Athletics and Recreation (UMB A&R) identity, brand, presence, message, engagement, and strategic focus. The Deputy is responsible for the leadership, supervision and implementation of a department development strategy including but not limited to affinity programs, annual appeals, endowment and capital related projects, with a major emphasis in the solicitation of gifts of $25,000 or more from individuals, alumni, corporations and foundations efforts and associated marketing and communications strategies. Supervision of a select portfolio for the department and varsity programs will be expected. The Deputy will also work closely with the Director of Athletics and Recreation (A&R) to build strategic efforts towards the development of a high performing and collaborative sport performance model including efforts to garner financial support for the program development and initiatives. The incumbent reports to the Director of A&R, will work closely with the Vice Chancellor for University Advancement, and will collaborate with partners in the University’s Advancement Department, University Communications, the Sports Leadership and Administration Program, and the Department of A&R to recruit and cultivate active volunteers and increase opportunities for engagement among external constituencies to ensure that the program meets its financial targets. Frequent travel is required.
Manager, Building Automation Systems and Energy Efficiency Facilities Admin
The Manager of Building Automation Systems and Energy Efficiency will be responsible for supervising the day-to-day operations, planned maintenance, and engineering support of the Energy Management Office, building automation systems, and controls throughout campus. S/he will have direct reports from the Energy Management Operators. S/he will ensure the safe and reliable operations of all building and Utility Plant automation systems, including software, networks, engines, servers, controllers, and end devices. S/he will provide guidance and direction to the workforce to ensure that all staff has the opportunity to continually improve their skills and succeed. The Manager of Building Automation Systems and Energy Efficiency will oversee staff training programs to improve operating procedures and efficiency and identify continuing education opportunities for all staff, ensuring a safe work environment that complies with all applicable laws, regulations, policies, and procedures. The Manager of Building Automation Systems and Energy Efficiency will be involved in campus master planning, capital budget process, engineering and energy studies, provide technical support to faculty, departments and special projects/initiatives, and provides project management services on building automation capital projects. S/he will have direct, primary responsibility for all Facilities Department related maintenance and operational activities related to automation and control systems throughout the campus, developing and overseeing a broad-based maintenance, repair and operations program that will ensure the viability and reliability of the facilities, infrastructure and specialized equipment required to support current and planned campus efforts. The Manager shall work in close collaboration with the senior management of the Facilities Administration department ensuring that appropriate resources are managed.
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.
Associate Lecturer Mathematics
The Department of Mathematics at UMASS Boston anticipates having several associate lecturer positions in mathematics starting 1 September 2022. Renewals are contingent upon performance, availability of resources, and need in the department. The essential duties will be to teach up to four sections (12 credits) of lower division service level mathematics classes per semester. In addition to instruction, the successful candidates will be expected to follow standard departmental policies related to instruction and course coordination in multi-section classes and curriculum development.
Clinical Lecturer A Nursing
The Manning College of Nursing and Health Sciences at the University of Massachusetts-Boston invites applications for a Family Nurse Practitioner who will hold a full-time 12-month non-tenure track faculty position in the Department of Nursing. Our programs focus on health in urban populations of all ages and target improving health equity in populations at risk for healthcare disparities.
Non-Tenure Track Lecturer as Technical Director Performing Arts
The Department of Performing Arts at the University of Massachusetts Boston is seeking a full time, non-tenure track faculty member, as Technical Director (TD) of the Theatre Arts program beginning September 1, 2022, at the Full-time Lecturer rank. The TD will teach one class and three laboratories per semester, supervise student technical practicums (THRART 105, 205, 305, 405), and is charged with directing the technical aspects, and supervising the construction of 4-6 theatre and dance productions per year, plus helping with some music program needs. The TD must be proficient as both a practicing technician and an administrator. The individual filling this position must be able to work independently to implement the scenery for the theatre season safely and effectively; and work collaboratively with students, designers, directors, and other faculty and staff members at the Performing Arts and the UMass Boston community. The ability to educate, organize, and mobilize students is essential to the position. Required skills include knowledge of scenery construction, scene shop management, CAD drafting, rigging, welding, lighting technology, ability to teach and mentor students, and knowledge of current safety standards. Experience in sound design and technology plus lighting rigging is a plus. The successful candidate will provide leadership in theatre technology and operations management to dedicated faculty across the music, theater, and dance programs including full-time professors and several outstanding adjuncts.
Professor and Department Chair (Engineering) Engineering
The University of Massachusetts Boston invites applications for the position of Professor and Department Chair for the Department of Engineering in the College of Science and Mathematics (CSM). UMass Boston, the only public research university in the greater Boston area, offers two ABET accredited BS degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering. The Department’s strengths include quantum electronics and photonics, applied electromagnetics, wireless communications, nanoscale interfaces to biology, Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things. The Department participates in CSM interdisciplinary PhD programs in Integrative Biosciences and Computational Sciences. In addition to a commitment to interdisciplinary research and graduate education, Engineering faculty play a leadership role on campus research core facilities and participate in UMass System research & training initiatives, as well as in the ongoing establishment of corporate partnerships. The Department has a substantial institutional development potential, and the Chair will play a central role as UMass Boston launches a new University-wide Strategic Plan. The successful candidate is also expected to have a vigorous research program overlapping but not restricted with current research areas in the department. We seek a leader who will support our goal of ensuring an inclusive, equitable, and diverse workplace. This is a tenured appointment at the rank of Professor.
Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
Reporting to the chancellor, with a dotted line reporting relationship to the deputy chancellor, the vice chancellor for student affairs (VCSA) has primary responsibility for the overall leadership, vision, strategic planning, and operational programming for the Division of Student Affairs. The vice chancellor oversees the development and completion of strategic and operational plans for the division, working to provide a dynamic co-curricular student experience that enhances students’ ability to be personally, socially, and intellectually prepared to make a difference during and beyond their college experience. The VCSA communicates effectively and works cooperatively with other divisions and the university’s senior leadership team to ensure the successful achievement of institutional and divisional goals as well as willing to take a student-centered perspective. The VCSA provides leadership for an integrated program of student engagement and support services that promote student engagement, sense of belonging, and student success as measured by retention and graduation rates, among other measures. The VCSA leads and supervises the units of the Division of Student Affairs including Dean of Students (includes Housing & Residence Life, Campus Student Activities, New Student Programs), Student Leadership and Community Engagement, U-ACCESS, Student Multicultural Affairs, Public Safety, Beacon Card, and University Health Services. In addition, the VCSA will direct and coordinate the development and maintenance of policies and procedures that promote the success, efficiency, and effectiveness of the Division of Student Affairs; intentionally collaborate with students to inform policy and practice; advocate for policies and services that benefit the student experience; and ensure policies and programs are in compliance with appropriate campus, university, state and federal guidelines.
Associate Director, CLA Advising Office CLA - Dean's Office
Reporting to and working in close collaboration with the Director of the College of Liberal Arts (CLA) Advising Office, the Associate Director of CLA Advising will assist in managing and overseeing the day-to-day operations of the CLA Advising Office, as well as provide academic advising and related services to declared majors within the College. The incumbent will work in close collaboration with the Director and other Associate Director(s) in the implementation of office programming and initiatives that make the most efficient use of available resources; will implement programs and interventions focused on student learning and supporting students in attaining their educational and career goals; will be in charge of office purchasing, budget administration, and other organizational responsibilities; and will assist the Director with data collection, tracking and analysis for continued improvement of student service. The Associate Director will oversee the office’s social media presence and campaigns and other tasks carried out by student interns. This position will also provide academic advising and related services to a caseload of declared majors within the college. The Associate Director will assume leadership and short-term supervisory responsibility for the day-to-day operations and staffing needs of the office, in the absence of the Director.
Manager of Fitness Athletics
The Manager of Fitness is responsible for the development, implementation and administration of a diverse and comprehensive fitness and wellness program within the recreation department of the Division of Athletics and Recreation, and Special Programs. The manager ensures the needs of all members, including students, faculty, staff and community are well served by offering group fitness, personal training, small group training, fitness outreach, and specialized programs. The Manager is also responsible for the overall management, oversight and operation of the fitness component of the Beacon Fitness Center, including daily supervision, safety, program development, and staff supervision and training.
Receptionist Undergraduate Admissions
The Receptionist within the Office of Undergraduate Admissions will provide routine administrative support for the department.  The Receptionist 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.
Dean, Healey Library Healey Library
The University of Massachusetts Boston, seeks a dynamic, innovative, and visionary leader with an established record of supporting academic excellence, and a strong commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion. Reporting to and with the support of the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, the Dean of University Libraries plays an integral role in shaping and articulating the strategic vision of the university. As a member of the university’s Executive Leadership Team and the Provost’s Academic Council, the Dean will provide leadership that solidifies the library as the intellectual hub of the university and strengthens Healey Library as a world-class academic library whose mission aligns with the university’s commitment to urban and global engagement, diversity, equity and inclusion, student success, faculty teaching and research.
Visiting Assistant Professor of Creative Writing-Poetry English
The University of Massachusetts Boston English Department and MFA program in Creative Writing seek a one-year Visiting Assistant Professor of Creative Writing-Poetry to begin September 1, 2022, with the possibility of a one-year renewal. The teaching load is 2 courses per semester and will include classes designed by the Visiting Assistant Professor, as well as a combined MA/undergraduate Advanced Poetry Workshop (Fall 2022) and the MFA Program Poetry Workshop (Spring 2023). The Visiting Assistant Professor will also participate in a faculty reading, help observe and mentor MFA student Teaching Fellows, and work one-on-one with accomplished students completing individual work at the MFA, MA, and undergraduate honors levels. We seek candidates with at least one published volume of poetry with a nationally recognized press who are committed to teaching and mentoring graduates and undergraduates.
Clinical Lecturer Nursing
The Manning College of Nursing and Health Sciences (MCNHS) seeks a Clinical Faculty Director for all aspects of competency-based learning experiences related to clinical education of nurses in the undergraduate and graduate programs of study. The person in this position has expertise at the intersection of simulation, innovation and education while collaborating with interdisciplinary teams. Managing and supervising teams of nurse educators is central to this role.
Lecturer (Sport Leadership and Administration) Counseling & School Psychology
Ful-time non-tenure-track academic-basis Lecturer to teach in Sport Leadership and Administration program in CEHD.
Associate Professor Nursing
The newly formed Department of Urban Public Health, within the Robert and Donna Manning College of Nursing and Health Sciences (MCNHS), UMass Boston, invites applicants to join our diverse college as tenure-track or tenured (depending on qualifications) Associate Professor, beginning September 1, 2022.
Associate Professor Nursing
The Manning College of Nursing and Health Sciences Department of Nursing invites applicants to join our diverse college as a tenure-track or tenured faculty member beginning September 1, 2022.
Systems and Applications Development Librarian Healey Library
Healey Library at UMass Boston seeks an innovative and enthusiastic librarian to join the growing team in the Library Systems and Discovery Services department. We seek candidates who are strong collaborators and excited to work in a collaborative and user-centered team environment at an urban public research university library that supports our broadly diverse campus community of approximately 1,700 students and 1,100 faculty in the full range of library resources and services, on and off campus. We value excellent user experience, innovative library services, effective and equitable intellectual access to resources and collections.  Healey Library is committed to building a diverse and inclusive staff to support the community, as part of its organizational commitment to advancing equity, diversity, and inclusion values and practices in its services and work environment.
Assistant Professor Nursing
The Manning College of Nursing and Health Sciences is seeking tenure track candidates in Nursing who have a focus in health equity, mental health or adult health.
Assistant Professor in Molecular or Cellular Biology and Bioinformatics Biology
The Department of Biology at the University of Massachusetts Boston seeks applicants for a full-time tenure-track Assistant Professor who studies molecular or cellular biology, to begin September 1, 2022. We will prioritize candidates whose research plan involves laboratory-based research that incorporates bioinformatics and data science approaches.

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