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Intern – Institutional Research UMass President's Office
Are you ready to apply your skills and contribute to real projects in data and analytics? The Academic Affairs, Student Affairs, and Equity unit within the University of Massachusetts Office of the President offers a paid internship for current University of Massachusetts students (students attending any of the five UMass campuses). We seek talented individuals eager to learn, adapt, and take on new challenges. As an intern, your contributions will be instrumental in helping our organization grow and succeed. Our ideal candidate is curious about the world and finds it easy to walk into a room and make new friends—someone interested in education, data visualization, and data analysis.
Research Fellow UMass Amherst
To lead and support research activities in the Reich Lab in the UMass-Amherst Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology related to a CDC-funded project “Center for Implementation in Outbreak Analytics and Disease Modeling: Multi-Scale Outbreak Decision-Support Tools.” As part of this project, our team is developing an ecosystem of open-source tools called the Hubverse. This technology suite is designed to assist public health agencies and academic modelers by creating data standards and open-source tools to organize and administer collaborative infectious disease modeling projects, referred to as modeling “hubs”. The successful candidate in this position will participate in developing, documenting, and testing software for the Hubverse.
Strategic Communications & Marketing Specialist UMass Amherst
The Strategic Communications and Marketing Specialist is responsible for the development and management of strategic communications and marketing activities for the University Libraries. The specialist produces communications content for multiple audiences (including, but not limited to, campus community, and members of the public), using a variety of print, digital, web, and social media channels in a clear, concise, and compelling way.  Reporting directly to the Dean of University Libraries, the specialist also provides direct support for the Dean in way of library wide communications. In addition, the specialist will engage with the Library Leadership Team, Department Heads Management Group, and Libraries staff to assist with collate information related to progress towards strategic priorities for the generation of news stories and other communications.
Strategic Content Creator UMass Amherst
Reporting to the Associate Director of Marketing and Communications, the Strategic Content Creator takes a lead role in telling the stories of the UMass Amherst Fine Arts Center — focusing on the organization’s mission; its arts, education, and community engagement programs; its people; its role within the university; its position as a campus and community leader in such areas as empowerment, social justice, and climate justice; and its critical position in bringing world-class performing and visual artists to western Massachusetts. The Strategic Content Creator creates, adapts, and repurposes Fine Arts Center stories to serve a variety of audiences and purposes, including but not limited to existing and prospective patrons, university leadership, campus and community constituencies, and grant-giving organizations.
Center for Braiding Indigenous Knowledges and Science (CBIKS) - Government Agency Engagement Coordinator (Fully Remote Option) UMass Amherst
The National Science Foundation Center for Braiding Indigenous Knowledges and Science (CBIKS) Government Agency Engagement Coordinator assists the Government Agencies Working Group to develop and implement knowledge transfer trainings and coordinates with federal, state, and tribal agencies.
Assistant Manager Retail Dining (Blue Wall) UMass Amherst
Under the direct supervision of the Campus Center (Blue Wall) General Manager, the Assistant Manager Dining Services is responsible for the day-to-day operations of Campus Center Dining, in the areas of quality control, program enhancement, food purchasing, food production, quality assurance, line presentation, staff scheduling and customer service.  This position is also responsible for the planning and the implementation of special projects designated by the General Manager as deemed necessary.  The projects will include operations management, marketing programs, customer services, training, catering, quality assurance and the supervision of an additional operation and special events, as needed.  In the absence of the General Manager, the Assistant Manager is responsible for the Campus Center for night duties and every other weekend.
Head Coach for Men's Soccer - Recruitment and Special Events Support UMass Dartmouth
The University of Massachusetts is accepting applications for a Head Coach for Men's Soccer - Recruitment & Special Events Support in the Athletics Department
Strategic Communication & Program Manager (Hybrid Opportunity) UMass Amherst
As a member of the Program Leadership team, the Strategic Communication and Program Manager will direct all program management activities including program operations, grant renewals, budget management, program assessments, recruiting, and processing appointments. In collaboration with College of Natural Sciences (CNS) Communication staff, this role will be responsible for integrated communication initiatives and event planning to promote the program at the campus, regional, and national level.
Associate (or Assistant) Athletic Director - Compliance UMass Lowell
Under the direction of the Sr. Associate Athletics Director/SWA, the Associate (or Assistant) Athletic Director for Compliance will oversee a comprehensive Division I compliance program within NCAA Bylaws, America East, Hockey East, and University policies and procedures.
Post Doctoral Research Associate - Family Forest Research Center UMass Amherst
The Family Forest Research Center (FFRC) is seeking a dedicated and highly motivated Postdoctoral Research Associate to join our team. This position will focus on work related to the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) funded Revegetation Assistance Assessment project. Specific research tasks will involve surveys, randomized control trials, and focus groups. The successful candidate will work closely with FFRC co-directors Dr. Brett Butler and Paul Catanzaro, and other members of the Revegetation Assistance Assessment team.
Instrumentation Engineer UMass Amherst
The Electronics Shop Manager - Instrumentation Engineer for Chemistry Department’s electronics shop works under the minimal direction of the Director of Operations and Administration). This position maintains and develops resources essential to the Chemistry and Biochemistry& Molecular Biology Departments’ teaching and research facilities focused on both aging and advanced technology instrumentation support.This includes design, fabrication, installation, repairing, maintaining and documenting complex electronics instrumentation and related mechanical equipment. Supports for additional affiliated departments will be considered as time and resources permit.
Associate Director of Special Programs & Engagement (Hybrid Opportunity) UMass Amherst
The Associate Director of Special Programs and Engagement works under the guidance of the Executive Director of Special Programs and Engagement on School-wide events, stakeholder engagement, and special programs for the Isenberg School of Management (ISOM). This position also works closely with Isenberg’s Dean, leadership, and campus-wide stakeholders.
Post Doctoral Research Associate - Jefferson Laboratory (JLab) UMass Amherst
Perform research in nuclear and particle physics at the Jefferson Laboratory (JLab) in Newport News, VA.  Help in the planning, simulation, and running of experiments at JLab. Analyze experimental data, and write scientific papers. Lead or assist in the preparation of new physics proposals. Assist in the supervision and advising of graduate students and undergraduate students working on JLab projects.
Postdoctoral Research Associate - Chemical Engineering UMass Lowell
The successful applicant will conduct computational research in nuclear materials and advanced energy materials. The candidate will develop, train and test machine learning algorithms for performing materials simulations using methods such as dense neural networks, gaussian processes, and graph convolutional networks. Materials of interest include molten salts, which are used as a heat transfer fluid in advanced fission and fusion reactors, and doped ceramic materials for high-temperature electric-thermal energy storage. The candidate will help immediate supervisor in writing scholarly articles and proposals. Salary will be competitive and based on experience of the candidate. The initial appointment will be for 1 year with a possibility of renewal based on the productivity and performance and the availability of funding.
Clerk IV (Customer Service Representative) UMass Amherst
Serves as integral member of the Employee Service Center Team charged with providing support to employees and external clients regarding various aspects of employment at UMass Amherst.  Works with Employee Service Center Team, Payroll, and Human Resources (HR) Administration, as well Managers and Personnel Coordinators in campus departments, to promote an environment of inclusion and provide excellent customer satisfaction.
Senior Desktop Support Technician (EDP Programmer II) UMass Amherst
The Senior Desktop Support Technician (EDP II) provides intermediate level of technology support and troubleshooting for computing endpoints, servers, networks, communications systems, audio-visual systems, peripherals, cloud systems and all software within the Isenberg School of Management.
Major Gifts Officer UMass Boston
Reporting to the Associate Vice Chancellor of Principal & Leadership Gifts and Campaign Director, the Major Gifts Officer is primarily responsible for developing managing, implementing, and overseeing strategies for the identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of approximately 100-125 prospective leadership gift donors. The Major Gifts Officer will create individualized solicitation plans leading to major outright and deferred gifts of $25,000+, integrating unrestricted and restricted gifts, endowment, annual and capital gifts in support of university fund raising priorities. Responsibilities will most significantly include the identification, cultivation and solicitation of new prospects for the University. The Major Gifts Officer will serve as a fundraiser for university-wide targeted initiatives and will work closely with colleagues in University Advancement, Dean’s, faculty and senior administrators in developing and implementing key fund-raising strategies and activities.
Director - Sustainability UMass Lowell
Reporting to and under the guidance of the Senior Executive Director of the Rist Institute for Sustainability and Energy, Climate Tech, and Economic Development, the Director of Sustainability supports the university's commitment to sustainability initiatives and programs that reduce environmental impacts, improve efficiency of the University’s operations, and promote UMass Lowell to external partners interested in collaboration and engagement across the wide spectrum of sustainability initiatives at the university. Engagement with student employees and the wider student body at UMass Lowell is a key requirement for this position. This position will leverage relationships with a wide variety of state partner organizations including but not limited to MassCEC, MassEEA, MassEOED, and MassDOT. Leveraging these relationships and successfully receiving and executing sustainability focused grant funding are essential requirements for this position. In addition to campus and government partnerships, the position will plan and execute a broad-based community engagement effort for sustainability initiatives that will produce new opportunities for faculty research and engaged learning and work locations for students. The Director will also provide staff support and advance the goals of the Rist Institute for Sustainability and Energy. This support includes but is not limited to on-campus student organizations, UMass Lowell’s Climate Change Initiative, Center for Energy Innovation, and the Lowell Center for Sustainable Production. The position also coordinates and monitors UMass Lowell’s core sustainability and compliance reporting requirements including but not limited to AASHE STARS reporting, UMass System Annual Reporting, and required sustainability reporting to state agencies such as MassDEP and MassDOER. Understanding of asset management and surplus operations a plus.
Department Assistant - Miner School of Computer & Information Sciences UMass Lowell
The Miner School of Computer & Information Sciences in the Kennedy College of Sciences at the University of Massachusetts Lowell is in search of a motivated individual to provide administrative assistance to faculty, staff, and students in support of teaching, research, service, and outreach activities of the School.  The Department Assistant will perform a wide variety of administrative tasks of academic and business nature involving the continual exercise of discretion, confidentiality, and independent judgment. The incumbent must possess excellent oral and written communication skills as well as excellent time management skills and the ability to prioritize work. The Department Assistant must be computer savvy and proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.
Postdoctoral Research Associate - Physics and Applied Physics UMass Lowell
The Postdoctoral Research Associate will work closely with faculty, graduate and undergraduate students to carry out research on e-textile devices (such as organic photovoltaics and batteries), and fibers with advanced functional properties including garment integrated sensor for human monitoring under the direction of the Principal Investigator. This position is contingent upon funding.

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