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Clerical Assistant UMass Amherst
The Clerical Assistant position keypunches new vendor and vendor change submissions, performing a variety of clerical tasks including updating vendor codes, maintaining W-9s, W-8s, and NRA forms.
Kitchen Assistant-Concessions/Departmental Assistant UMass Amherst
Performs routine manual and domestic job duties in a food service operation including: cooking, cleaning, inventory counts and rotation, receiving, cash handling and serving food. The basic purpose of this work is to perform cooking tasks and assist with cleaning and food serving work as needed.   May be required to operate a cash register to make cash sales transactions.
McCormack Sport Management Assistant or Associate Professor UMass Amherst
The Mark H. McCormack Department of Sport Management invites applications for a tenure-track position to start September 1, 2019
Inst Maintenance Foreman UMass Amherst
Supervise day to day activities within the Lockshop including door security staff.
Executive Director for Marketing Strategy & Program Development UMass Amherst
The Executive Director for Marketing Strategy and Program Development reports directly to the Senior Vice Provost for Online Education and is responsible for marketing efforts to generate demand for revenue-generating programs. This position will oversee the development of new and existing programs as well as the marketing needed to support growth on a local and national stage.  Executive Director for Marketing Strategy and Program Development implements the development plans that support the online strategy and goals for the University of Massachusetts Amherst. This individual manages the program prioritization process for all revenue generating programs and sets the annual marketing budget.  The Executive Director for Marketing Strategy and Program Development will work to ensure consistency of brand message. Work closely with University Relations to assist in the coordination and implementation of all revenue-generating programs marketing efforts.
Lecturer (Professor of Practice in Manufacturing) UMass Amherst
Non-tenure-track faculty position as Professor of Practice in Manufacturing
Post Doctoral Research Associate UMass Amherst
The quantum condensed matter theory group at UMass Amherst invites appli-cations for postdoctoral scholars. The successful candidate will be expected to work with Tigran Sedrakyan, and collaborations with other faculty at UMass Amherst in that area, including Romain Vasseur, Boris Svistunov and Nikolai Prokofiev, will be encouraged. Topics of interest cover a wide range of areas including strongly correlated systems, topological states of matter, spin liq-uids, exotic phases in cold atom systems, nonequilibrium quantum physics, many-body localization and related topics. The appointments are expected to be for 2 years (subject to satisfactory performance during the first year) start-ing Fall 2019, and include competitive salary, benefits, and travel funding.
Two Non Tenure Track Lecturers McCormack Sport Management UMass Amherst
The Mark H. McCormack Department of Sport Management at the University of Massachusetts Amherst invites applications for two full time Lecturer positions to start September 1, 2019.
Accessible Workplace Coordinator UMass Amherst
Assist the Accessible Workplace Manager to ensure effective operations by acting as the office coordinator, providing administrative support to the Accessible Workplace Manager, effective records management, oversight of the unit’s accommodation-related expenses, and providing backup coverage for the unit manager in the absence of the Manager of Accessible Workplace.
Communications and Alumni Relations Coordinator - HFA UMass Amherst
Reporting to the Director of Marketing and Communications, and with guidance from the Director of Development, the Communications and Alumni Relations Coordinator works collaboratively with both communications and development staff to support the advancement of the strategic goals of the College of Humanities and Fine Arts (HFA) and the departments and programs within the HFA umbrella.  This position is responsible for the production of web, print, and social media communications and assists in the planning, coordination, and implementation of development and alumni relations functions as needed.
Information Technology Lead UMass Amherst
The Information Technology Lead will support the social justice mission of the College of Education including teaching, research, and outreach by designing, configuring, and managing effective computer systems. The IT Lead will recommend new technologies and lead project implementations to enhance teaching and learning, research support, outreach, and communications.  Administers and supports all technology needs for the College including infrastructure, security, and equipment.
Lecturer UMass Amherst
The Department of Biology at the University of Massachusetts Amherst ( seeks a full-time non-tenure track Lecturer to coordinate and direct the first-year biology laboratory experience for life science majors.
Associate News Editor for Internal Communications UMass Amherst
The Associate News Editor develops and markets information to highlight the achievements of the campus and the members of its community, employing multi-media newsgathering skills. A primary focus is managing internal campus communication through the Inside UMass web pages and the weekly digital newsletter for faculty and staff. This includes reporting on campus news and coordinating news submissions from across campus.
Executive Director for Online Educational Technology UMass Amherst
The Executive Director for Online Educational Technology reports directly to the Senior Vice Provost for Online Education and will serve as the primary staff member responsible for leading the development and execution of UMass Amherst Online educational experiences. Key responsibilities will include developing/maintaining a seamless and integrated student portal as well as oversight for online course development. The continuous improvement of experiences (portal and courses) will be a primary success measure associated with this role. The ideal candidate must be able to flourish in a fast-paced, ever-changing environment. They must also show the ability to be nimble in working with partners and fellow team members, exercising strong conceptual, analytical, and critical thinking skills. Individuals will be successful in this position based on the ability to prioritize projects and handle multiple tasks simultaneously, with little day-to-day supervision.  Must be committed to affecting systemic change and sustainable progress in the online undergraduate and graduate student experience, and maintaining the highest quality experience. This individual will work closely with the Assistant Provost for Academic Programs to assist in the coordination and implementation of all revenue-generating programs.
Darwin Postdoctoral Fellow UMass Amherst
The Graduate Program in Organismic and Evolutionary Biology at University of Massachusetts Amherst announces a two-year postdoctoral fellowship/lectureship. The Darwin Fellow position provides a unique combination of teaching and research responsibilities and is excellent preparation for academic positions.
Old Chapel Manager UMass Amherst
Manages the Old Chapel, providing oversight and direction for all building and event related matters, including but not limited to maintenance, calendar management, and event coordination and management. Serves as the on-site production manager at each assigned event or activity. Provides advice, support and appropriately briefs relevant members of campus administration regarding all official events taking place at the Old Chapel. Works collaboratively with colleagues across campus to implement events, taking into consideration goals, themes, target audiences, and university priorities. Works closely with external vendors to ensure adherence to contractual agreements and the success of each event.
Research Assistant UMass Amherst
The Human Testing Center technician will have the primary responsibility of conducting sleep studies and preparing reports for industry and academic partners. The technician will also assist with other operational aspects in the Human Testing Center.
Asst Foods Manager U of M UMass Amherst
Supervise and participate in the management of one or more food service areas; plan and oversee food preparation and service;  estimate and order food and supplies; maintain inventory of supplies and materials in accordance with quality control standards;  maintains records and make reports; supervise employees and students employed in assigned areas. Performs related work as required.
Supervisor Of Janitors U Of M UMass Amherst
Supervises a staff engaged in a program of housekeeping, cleaning, furniture moving and trash removal with the Campus Center Student Union Complex; recommends selection, trains and schedules employees performing custodial duties; performs related work as required.
Grants & Contracts Coord II UMass Amherst
Support faculty research groups in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering; oversees all aspects of grant management for a specific groups of faculty. Develops and prepares budgets and documents for proposal processing following federal and OMB guidelines. In contact with OGCA and funding agencies to assure compliance and timeliness of proposal budget processing. Management of all post award activities on sponsored grants.

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