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Associate Project Director COSMIC
The Associate Project Director for the Center of Science and Math in Context (COSMIC) will be responsible for all aspects of the $4 million privately funded Wipro Science Fellowship grant (Wipro SEF). The fellowship program identifies and supports science teaching fellows (K-12) across five school districts in each area and is run locally by a university site.
Assistant Director of Laboratories (Psychology) Psychology
The Assistant Director of Laboratories will assist the Director of laboratories in the Psychology Department with technical and logistical support for research and teaching laboratories, and with these same areas of functioning within the central department. The incumbent will also act as a purchasing liaison and will interface with faculty, students, and vendors to optimize purchasing within university purchasing guidelines; and will be responsible for tracking purchases and basic accounting. The Assistant Director of Laboratories will maintain and support technology resources for The Psychology Department. This includes overseeing the integration of third-party systems related to research technology and office applications, understanding and monitoring system data use, assessing data needs, and maintaining those systems as needed. She/he will be the expert and lead for PeopleSoft finance applications in the psychology department and serve as liaison to the UMass central UPST system, and to UMass Boston's IT office. Other responsibilities include: providing reports and analysis for department research groups on and off campus, working and communicating with UMB IT to troubleshoot equipment and systems problems as they arise, providing training on our system for all departments IT and lab systems. The incumbent will also be responsible for managing all financial requests from departmental and grant funds allocated to the psychology department. This includes all purchases, advances, reimbursements, and fund allocations that are required to maintain the department and research project needs that are required.
Business & Operations Manager Campus Services
The Business & Operations Manager leverages their organizational skills and service ethic to support a transformative collegiate environment centered on developing an anti-racist, health-promoting community. Reporting directly to the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Campus Services, the Business & Operations Manager serves as the primary point person for all aspects of Meal Plan administration, assists with fiscal and resource management, as well as purchasing and human resources activities for the Department of Campus Services. This position also assists with contract management and all aspects of marketing for the department. The position involves communications and interactions with students, faculty and staff, and the public. Campus Services, which reports through the Vice Chancellor for Administration and Finance, includes the following departments: Campus Center, Bookstore, Dining Services, Print & Mail Services, Marine Operations and Transportation Services.
Genomics Core Assistant Ctr for Prsnl Cancer Therapy
The Center for Personalized Cancer Therapy (CPCT) is a collaborative venture between the University of Massachusetts Boston (UMB) and the Dana Farber/Harvard Cancer Center (DF/HCC). The Genomics Core resides within the CPCT and exists to provide genomics-based technology services to the UMass Boston and DF/HCC communities, other academic institutions, and industry users. Reporting to the Genomics Core Manager, the Genomics Core Assistant will play a key role in providing these services. The Assistant will use, and facilitate the use of, instruments in the Core for quality validation testing, interface with customers to receive samples and deliver data, and assist with Next Generation sequencing library construction and sequencing on Illumina NextSeq 2000 and Miseq instruments.
Apprenticeship Development and System Alignment Coordinator Institute Community Inclusion
The Apprenticeship Development and System Alignment Coordinator will be responsible for implementation of the Missouri Talent Pathways (M0-TAP) Registered Apprenticeship initiative, funded by the Missouri Division of Developmental Disabilities. Through MO-TAP, individuals participate in a registered apprenticeship program resulting in a career as a direct service professional supporting individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities to become members of their communities.
Information Security Analyst IT Comm & Infrastructure Serv
The Information Security Analyst (ISA) reports to the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) and constitutes an integral part of the ISO team. The ISA will work closely with the ISO staff to improve the internal workflows delivering the best practice as it relates to the lifecycle of Incidents, requests, security-related service desk tickets, and other tasks within the University. The ISA identifies, escalates, and addresses potential security threats and vulnerabilities reported within key security systems, including Sentinel (SIEM), CASB, email, endpoints, firewalls, patch management, and vulnerability management. This role is multi-faceted and involves containing breaches to endpoint devices and systems and promptly addressing incidents highlighted by security monitoring tools. The job requires a candidate to apply their experience and continued personal development to evolve their incident reporting and related lifecycle skills and proactively identify and mitigate cybersecurity threats before they turn into incidents.
Program Assistant Institute Community Inclusion
The Institute for Community Inclusion (ICI) Program Assistant will work closely with all members of the Finance and Administration team to support activities related to personnel and facilities support and fiscal support of federal and state funded grants. The Program Assistant will support staff located at the Boston office as well as staff working as telecommuters. S/he will utilize online project management software and other tools to organize and support project activities.
Dean, College of Education and Human Development
The University of Massachusetts Boston invites applications for the position of Dean, College of Education and Human Development (CEHD).
Visiting Assistant Professor Counseling & School Psychology
The Department of Counseling and School Psychology in the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Massachusetts Boston seeks a Visiting Assistant Professor in Mental Health Counseling beginning September 1, 2022. Position is for one year, with potential for a second year, contingent upon performance and funding. Applicants will contribute to both online and in person M.S. degree programs in Mental Health Counseling. Responsibilities: The individual in this position would teach courses primarily online in the M.S. in Mental Health Counseling program as well as teach in person. The individual would contribute clinical expertise and teach internship seminar courses as well as other content-based courses in the M.S. in Mental Health Counseling program. Requirements: Doctorate or master’s degree in Counseling Psychology, Counselor Education, or a related field with 3 years post-graduation experience. Licensure in Massachusetts or eligibility for licensure. Teaching experience. Strong preference will be given to candidates who have a doctorate in Counseling Psychology, Counselor Education, or related field though applicants with a master’s degree and significant clinical and supervisory experience will also be considered. Candidates should send a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and a list of three references. For more information contact the Search Chair, Sharon Lamb, Application review will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
Latino Policy Analyst Gaston Institute
The Latino Policy Analyst (LPA) will work with the Gastón Institute’s Director, Associate Director and/or Principal Investigators to conduct statewide research and policy analysis focusing on the status of Latino communities, with a special focus on developing recommendations for policies, programs and best practices at the local and state levels that support the advancement of the Latino community in Massachusetts. The LPA will collect and analyze primary data across the state; and will analyze secondary data collected by federal agencies, state agencies, community-based organizations, human services providers, academic and professional journals, professional organizations and foundations. The LPA will write and prepare policy/issue briefs, research summaries and literature reviews; and will serve as the lead facilitator for the “Latino Public Policy Advisory Group” at the Gastón Institute. The LPA will also support the development of grant proposals for the group’s research agenda. The LPA will also work closely with community-based organizations to identify Latino needs and emerging trends, and areas for coordination and collaboration that support policy-based initiatives for the Latino community in MA.
Visiting Assistant Professor Counseling & School Psychology
The Department of Counseling and School Psychology in the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Massachusetts Boston seeks a full-time Visiting Assistant Professor in Counseling Psychology to begin September 1, 2022. Position is for one year, with potential for a second year, contingent upon performance and funding. Applicants will contribute to our APA-Accredited Doctoral Programs in Counseling Psychology and School Psychology as well as our MPCAC-Accredited Masters in Mental Health program. Responsibilities: This position is to primarily contribute clinical expertise in the area of supervision and assessment training for doctoral students doing practicum and clinical education for both doctoral students and masters students. Requirements: Doctorate in Counseling or School Psychology or related field. Licensed Psychologist, preferably in Massachusetts, and a strong record of clinical and teaching experience. Strong preference will be given to candidates who have experience in conducting clinical supervision and teaching clinically focused courses. To apply, candidates should submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and a list of three references. For more information contact the department chair: Application review will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
Visiting Assistant Professor GISD - Dean's Office
The University of Massachusetts Boston’s School for Global Inclusion and Social Development is seeking a visiting faculty member, to serve as a Visiting Assistant Professor to begin September 1, 2022. This is a benefitted position for one year, with the possibility of a second year depending on resources and performance. Application review will begin on June 15th.
Lecturer Biology
The Department of Biology at UMASS Boston anticipates having several associate lecturer positions in biology starting 1 September 2022. Renewals are contingent upon performance, availability of resources, and need in the department.
HVAC Automatic Temperature Control Mechanic Facilities Admin
The HVAC-Automatic Temperature Control Mechanic inspects, maintains and repairs building components and equipment related to the heating, cooling and ventilation systems, including chilled water recirculation pumps, chilled water condenser pumps, air compressors, variable speed fans, air-supply and recirculating fans, electric heating coils, electric cabinet unit heaters, electric baseboard radiation units, baseboard heating units, cooling coils, chilled water BTU meters, water treatment system components, high voltage main drive motors and other building-related equipment. The incumbent may install new equipment and fixtures.
Facilities Custodial and Events Coordinator Facilities Admin
Provides day-to-day monitoring of contracted janitorial services on campus by meeting with the contractor's onsite personnel, completing work orders and performing periodic reviews and inspections. Coordinates activities associated with final clean-up following the completion of projects, coordinates the activities of contracted movers and supports the Facilities Department's involvement in special events on campus.
Administrative Specialist Chancellor's Office
The Administrative Specialist primarily supports the Executive Assistant in all duties as they relate to the administrative functions of the Chancellor’s Office. The Administrative Specialist will also serve as the first point of contact for the Office and will greet, direct, and/or provide assistance to both internal and external customers; receive and direct internal and external inquiries and when necessary, field inquiries to appropriate staff persons. Responsible for receiving, sorting and distributing mail; preparing selected correspondence; and proofreading and typing documents. Also responsible for tracking correspondence in and out of the Office generally.
Visiting Assistant Professor Computer Science
The Department of Computer Science at the University of Massachusetts Boston invites applications for two Visiting Assistant Professorships, starting on September 1, 2022. These are one-year, fulltime, benefited, non-tenure track positions that carry a reduced teaching load of 2-1 to allow the candidate to also conduct research and engage in service responsibilities. Contingent on the availability of funds and satisfactory performance, an extension for one additional year may be possible.
Non-Tenure Track - Lecturer (Applied Linguistics) Applied Linguistics
The Department of Applied Linguistics is seeking a full time, non-tenure track Lecturer, beginning September 1, 2022. The Applied Linguist will will have a reduced teaching load in order to provide advising, mentoring, and committee duties, and must be able to teach both foundational courses at the master’s level (APLING  603, - Language, Identity, and Culture and 605 – Theories and Principles of Language Instruction) and advanced master’s and PhD level courses in Sociolinguistics, Discourse Analysis, and Qualitative Research methods.
Administrative and Scheduling Coordinator Management
The Administrative and Scheduling Coordinator is responsible for coordinating academic administrative initiatives within the College of Management. The incumbent is responsible for working with CM leadership in course planning and scheduling courses for the academic year; for working with department chairs in a timely manner; coordinating with graduate program directors, undergraduate/graduate program directors as needed in order to plan and/or adjust course schedules to accommodate limitations concerning space, low or over-enrolled courses, and to uniformly distribute full-time and part-time faculty across introductory, concentration, and graduate courses to meet CM instructional and/or accreditation requirements. The Administrative and Scheduling Coordinator will also serve as CM point person for faculty staffing and contract processing in consultation with the Assistant Dean, and as requested, for departmental coordination of annual faculty, tenure and fourth year reviews.
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.

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