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Postdoctoral Research Associate - Health Promotion & Policy UMass Amherst
Dr. Kathryn Derose of the UMass Amherst Department of Health Promotion and Policy is seeking a Postdoctoral Research Associate to begin Summer or Fall of 2021. This is a full time, 12-month, annually renewable position with a maximum duration of 2 years. The Postdoctoral Fellow will contribute to NIH-funded research on community-partnered interventions aimed at addressing health disparities both in the U.S. (Los Angeles) and/or in Latin America (the Dominican Republic). Current topics and populations of focus include faith-based organizations and park-based physical activity interventions among Latinos; and food security and nutrition interventions to improve treatment adherence among people with HIV. In addition, the Postdoctoral Research Associate will have the opportunity to assist in developing new community-partnered work in Western MA. Responsibilities include writing scientific papers, quantitative and qualitative data collection and/or analysis, literature reviews, community engagement, and grant writing. Overall goals and specific activities will be determined collaboratively between the post-doc and Dr. Derose, but can include multiple first-authored and co-authored journal articles, development of project leadership skills, NIH grant submissions, methods training, community-based participatory research, and formalized mentorship.
Steam Fireman II (1 YEAR TERM) UMass Amherst
The person holding this position will be responsible for the safe and efficient operation of the University of Massachusetts Amherst Central Heating Plant equipment and systems, and assists with maintenance tasks assigned. This is a one (1) year TERM position with possibility of extension (up to two years).
Certified Medical Asst U of M UMass Amherst
Assist providers with patient care including clerical, medical and organizational tasks consistent with University Health Services (UHS) organizational guidelines and under the supervision of a Registered Nurse (RN), Nurse Practitioner (NP), Physician Assistant (PA) or Physician (MD). Works under the direct supervision of the RN Clinical Manager, who establishes work schedules, duty assignments and verifies work performance.
Chemist II UMass Amherst
Manage analytical operations of UMass Soil and Plant Nutrient Testing Laboratory, including oversight, development and improvement of analytical methods and procedures and overall lab systems. Administer quality control and distribution of test reports. Directly supervise hourly and student technical support staff. Support Extension faculty and staff and lab customers as primary technical expert regarding lab operations and analytical methods. Serve as primary lab contact for environmental health and safety and equipment maintenance and procurement.
Clerk IV UMass Amherst
UMass Amherst Enrollment Management Financial Services and Customer Relations is looking for a Customer Service Coordinator to provide exemplary customers service in person and via phone, email or other electronic means to students, families, High School counselors or other constituent groups for Undergraduate Admissions and Financial Aid Services.
Research Analyst - Economic & Public Policy Research - Hadley, MA & Boston, MA UMass Amherst
The University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute (UMDI) Economic & Public Policy Research group (EPPR) conducts a range of customized economic and demographic data analysis and policy studies on topics of interest to policymakers in government, business, and academia. Workforce, housing, infrastructure, local and regional economic development, industry ecosystems, demographic and socioeconomic trends, population estimates and projections, and economic impact are frequent themes of EPPR’s policy-related work. Research Analysts contribute to project implementation working under the direction of experienced UMDI research professionals. Research Analysts’ work focuses heavily on activities related to data collection, analysis, and reporting of findings.  Depending on the qualifications of the successful applicant, the position may entail writing duties and some independent project tasks.
Assistant Director Admissions UMass Amherst
The University of Massachusetts Amherst is seeking a full time Assistant Director Admissions to join the First Year Admissions team. The position will serve as an active participant in the University’s recruitment and enrollment initiatives. Working under the direction of senior staff and collaboratively with other enrollment team members, this position is instrumental in meeting institutional goals to recruit and enroll a highly qualified diverse applicant pool. Key responsibilities will include review and analysis of multiyear demographics, proposal of recruitment activities, and acting representative for the University at internal and external recruitment events. Additionally, as a member of the admissions team this individual will play a critical role in the holistic review of first year admissions applications.
Creative Director UMass Amherst
n experienced leader and modern marketer, the Creative Director translates marketing and communications strategies into compelling creative concepts and expressions to consistently and effectively bring the UMass brand to life. This position reports to the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) and is a member of the Marcom leadership team. The Creative Director is responsible for inspiring and leading the creative vision in addition to overseeing the execution and production of digital and print materials developed by the creative team in service of the university's goals. The Creative Director serves as the creative leader for the Marcom team and partners closely with the University Relations division while collaborating effectively with schools, colleges and university-wide units.
Postdoctoral Research Associate - BINDS Lab UMass Amherst
As a Postdoc in the Biologically Inspired Neural & Dynamical Systems (BINDS) Laboratory, perform research in the topic of lifelong learning AI with a focus on time aware machine intelligence.
Financial Compliance Analyst UMass Amherst
Under the direction of the Audit and Grant Compliance Manager, the Financial Compliance Analyst assists to execute risk-based financial compliance reviews to provide objective assurance that the internal control processes are effective, efficient and safeguard university assets. The Analyst assists to execute plans to evaluate financial compliance with federal, state, local, university and sponsor requirements.  Using the results of the compliance reviews, the Analyst recommends and implements procedure changes, ensures proper communication of policies on webpages and other media, and works closely with campus departments to improve compliance with internal controls.
Real Properties Facilities Initiative Data Management Analyst - Nationwide Search UMass Amherst
The University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute (UMDI) is a public service, outreach, and economic development unit of the University of Massachusetts, providing government, business, and non-profit organizations with effective solutions in the areas of research, organizational development, training, and technical assistance through its 9 distinct business units. UMDI has a budget of approximately $23 million per year and employs approximately 130 full-time professional employees, and 50 part-time, seasonal, and graduate student employees. UMDI has been tasked to: (a) help increase capacity for the Office of Head Start (OHS) Regional Offices (RO) in the determination, tracking, and management of the federal interest in Head Start (HS) and Early Head Start (EHS) grantee facilities nationwide; and (b) provide technical assistance in the funding of safe and healthy facilities for HS children through the Real Property Facilities Initiative (RPFI). The Real Properties Facilities Initiative Data Management Analyst (RPFI-DMA) will collaborate with RPFI staff, to include staff from partnering organizations, in the creation of processes that will enhance the capacity of the team to manage data and reporting across the twelve OHS regions. The RPFI-DMA may be located anywhere in the US and may be required to maintain a home office. The RPFI-DMA will communicate and work with RPFI and UMass staff, and sponsor organizations. The RPFI-DMA is responsible for developing, managing, analyzing, processing and maintaining RPFI data systems. The RPFI-DMA will be responsible for overseeing and further developing RPFI data systems, maintaining the integrity of data systems and generating reports. This position has a heavy focus on activities related to data collection, analysis, and reporting of findings as required by the RPFI.
Psychology Postdoctoral Fellow UMass Amherst
Under the general direction of the Director of Center for Counseling and Psychological Health (CCPH). Post-Doctoral Fellows receive advanced training and supervision in psychological assessment, with a heavy emphasis on the evaluation of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and, to a lesser extent, Learning Disabilities. Post-Doctoral Fellows are expected to complete twenty assessments during the training year. Fellows also provide psychotherapy to undergraduate and graduate students who may experience a broad range of emotional, psychological, personal, and/or academic difficulties. Fellow’s participant in the on-call rotation. Clinical case supervision is provided for psychotherapy and psychological assessment by licensed psychologists. Fellows will participate in weekly staff and clinical meetings, as well as various seminars and workgroups. May perform other duties as formulated by the director. This is a 12 month position.
Resource Development Editor - Nationwide Search UMass Amherst
The University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute’s (UMDI) Program Management and Fiscal Operations (PMFO) business unit, funded through the federal Office of Head Start (OHS) National Training & Technical Assistance (TTA) System, works closely with OHS to ensure that all Head Start/Early Head Start (HS/EHS) agencies have access to current, high-quality, and evidence-based information, resources, and T/TA to support program management, leadership, governance and fiscal operations. The PMFO Resource Development Production Editor will work closely with the PMFO Product Development Manager and PMFO content specialists to support the development of research-based presentations and training and technical assistance (T/TA) materials and tools, including: Dynamic, instructionally sound presentations delivered in person/on-site and through a variety of virtual platforms; Tools and resources that are accurate, accessible, and adhere to writing conventions and established style guides; Developmentally, culturally, and linguistically responsive presentations and training materials, ideally to include resource materials in Spanish; and tools and resources that accommodate different levels of learner experience and knowledge.
Laboratory Technician II - Electric & Computer Engineering UMass Amherst
Manage undergraduate laboratories in analog/digital electronics and embedded systems including equipment maintenance, parts inventory control and providing assistance to faculty and students in the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE). Assist department with health and safety measures and oversee department package receiving for research and instruction.
Associate Director for Constituent & Regional Programs UMass Amherst
The Associate Director for Constituent & Regional Programs will plan and execute outreach and engagement strategies across the country with the goal to increase constituent and donor awareness, participation, and philanthropic investment; expand volunteer advocacy and involvement in supporting key campus priorities; and foster lasting connections between alumni, students, the University, its Schools and Colleges, and the Alumni Association.
Temporary Professional - Central Massachusetts Professional Development Center Coach/Trainer UMass Amherst
The University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute (UMDI) is a public service, outreach, and economic development unit of the University of Massachusetts, providing government, business, and non-profit organizations with effective solutions in the areas of research, organizational development, training, and technical assistance through its 9 distinct business units. UMDI has a budget of approximately $23 million per year and employs approximately 130 full-time professional employees, and 50 part-time, seasonal, and graduate student employees. The Connected Beginnings Training Institute (CBTI) provides, coordinates, evaluates, and advocates for effective professional development and training aimed at enhancing the social emotional well-being of young children within their early childhood care and education experiences. Launched in 2006, CBTI joined UMDI in 2019 in order to continue its mission to build the capacity of infant and early childhood practitioners across disciplines to engage in nurturing relationships with the very young children and families they serve in order to promote best practice and social emotional wellness. Through the Massachusetts Early Education and Care (EEC) StrongStart Training and Technical Assistance initiative, UMDI has led the Central Massachusetts Professional Development Center (PDC) since its creation in 2019. As a member of the Central MA PDC team, the Coach/Trainer provides training and technical assistance to the professionals of the early childhood care mixed delivery system of care, within the Central Region of Massachusetts.
Research Manager - ARPE UMass Amherst
The University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute (UMDI) Applied Research and Program Evaluation (ARPE) business unit conducts social science research projects in direct response to specific client needs. ARPE studies typically focus on questions related to public health, human/social services, and education across the age spectrum (from early childhood through post-secondary and adult education). ARPE Research Managers work with the unit Director and Senior Research Managers to conceive of and create new projects and develop project scopes, budgets, and project work plans. Research Mangers are responsible for the day-to-day management of assigned projects, including conceptualizing and developing sound research plans and timelines, implementing plans within stated timelines, conducting appropriate quantitative and/or qualitative analyses of data, implementing quality control processes, and synthesizing data to surface findings, and developing high quality project deliverables with clearly stated conclusions and recommendations. Research Managers are expected to possess a solid foundation in research methods, strong verbal and written communication skills, analytical skills, and the ability to independently manage projects or components of complex projects. Research Managers must be comfortable with mixed-methods research approaches, including both qualitative and quantitative research designs. Depending on the size and scope of projects, Research Managers may be responsible for supervising and mentoring staff on their project team, and are expected to foster a collaborative team approach to project implementation. Although not solely responsible for developing new business, Research Managers are expected to identify funding opportunities and participate in development activities.
RN Clinical Manager UMass Amherst
Under the general direction of the Associate Director University Health Services (UHS), Clinical Operations and in collaboration with other RNs and facility supervisors, is responsible for the day-to-day operation, supervision and coordination of the UHS clinics.  Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: fiscal considerations, staff coordination, staff development, staff competencies, staff hiring and evaluation, equipment management and progressive discipline.
4-H Extension Educator III- Worcester-Norfolk-Bristol Counties UMass Amherst
The 4-H Extension Educator for the Central-Southeast region will collaborate with one other peer professional to provide programmatic leadership and management for UMass Extension 4-H Youth Development Programs in  the region consisting of Norfolk, Bristol, and Worcester counties. They will develop and implement educational programs and resources for youth ages 5-18, and provide support and oversight for collaborating adult volunteers and partner organizations. The 4-H Extension Educator will supervise training and management systems for volunteers, including those for subsidiary organizations and advisory bodies, recruit, and provide oversight for youth and adult participants and volunteers. The Educator is part of a statewide team that coordinates activities, processes and functions and works in collaboration with other 4-H educators, staff and administrators.
Departmental Assistant - Institute for Biological Neurotechnology UMass Amherst
Project manager for development of the Institute of Biological NeuroTechnology.

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