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Assistant Vice Chancellor for Corporate and Foundation Relations VC-University Advancement
The Assistant Vice Chancellor for Corporate and Foundation Relations (AVC for CF&R) is a senior level management position in University Advancement, reporting directly to the Associate Vice Chancellor for Corporate and Foundation Relations. The position will play a key role on the CF&R team, informing strategy and increasing the support that corporations, private foundations and organizations provide to UMass Boston. The main thrust of this position is to bolster the relationships with, and proposals for funding to, major corporations and foundations. This dynamic candidate will work closely, with deans, department chairs, key research faculty, and leaders of Centers and Institutes, on the development of creative and formal proposals to garner operating support and/or endowment gifts to establish scholarships, stipends for graduate research, faculty support, among other areas. Additional interactions for the AVC for CF&R include working with our design and proposal developer to help complete polished proposals at the six-figure-plus level and above.
Clinical Assistant Professor (Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Track Coordinator) Nursing
Join the College of Nursing and Health Sciences as we start a new NP track. The Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Track Coordinator will provide leadership for the curriculum, faculty, and students of the new Psych NP track.
Clinical Asst Professor A (Family Nurse Practitioner Track Coordinator) Nursing
Come join the College of Nursing and Health Sciences and be a part of our active FNP track program. We are looking for someone who can share their knowledge and experience to the next generation of FNPs.

All official salary offers must be approved by Human Resources.

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