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Snack Bar Manager U of M ( Worcester) UMass Amherst
Supervise personnel in a food service unit or units using established operational schedules and guidelines.
Dining Room Attendant ( Worcester DC) UMass Amherst
Assist in preparation and serving of food and beverage; supervision of personnel assigned to the unit; assist with creating and maintaining records; performs cash handling duties and deposit of daily receipts for the assigned unit; maintains cleanliness and sanitation standards for food service establishment.
Asst Snack Bar Manager U of M (Worcester) UMass Amherst
Assist in preparation, and serving of food and beverage; supervision of personnel assigned to the unit; assist with maintaining records; hires, trains and supervises student employees; perform cash handling and deposit of daily receipts for the assigned unit.
Dietary Worker I (Worcester DC) UMass Amherst
Performs simple routine manual domestic, cooking, dish washing, cleaning and serving tasks required in a large food service operation; performs related work as required.
Cook II (Worcester DC) UMass Amherst
Supervises and assists cooks and other kitchen personnel in large-scale quantity cooking; assists Cook III in the daily operation of a kitchen; performs other related work as required.
Cook I (Catering) UMass Amherst
Prepares and cooks food such as meat, fish, poultry, sauces, gravies, soup and other foods for special functions and daily menus. Evaluates food for quality, quantity, appearance, temperature and taste; performs other related work as required.
Clerk III UMass Amherst
Incumbent provides critical first contact to students (clients) in need of mental health services. Greets and directs clients and/or other visitors. Schedules client appointments on walk-in basis and/or by multiple-line phone.  Ensures accuracy of patient registration and insurance information by entering or updating data on the EHR system. Opens and closes office phone lines at beginning and end of day. Receives cash, checks, credit card insurance co-payments, and fee-for-service payments.  Reconciles daily cash receipts. Orders office supplies from UHS storeroom and helps to maintain inventory for department. In line with our values as an organization, promotes diversity, equity and inclusion in their work, including attending to the unique needs and advocating for individuals experiencing marginalization, such as first generation college students, BIPOC, LGBTQIA+ individuals, neuro-diverse individuals, disabled individuals, and individuals at the intersection of multiple identities.
Dining Hall Supervisor (Hampshire DC) UMass Amherst
Supervises the preparation of the set up and serving of the meals in a Dining Hall.  Continually inspects the food for quality during the meal hours.  Trains new employees and performs related work as required.
Culinary Worker II (Worcester DC) - 2 Openings UMass Amherst
Performs routine manual and domestic job duties in a food service operation including: cooking, cleaning and serving food. The basic purpose of this work is to perform cooking tasks and assist with cleaning and food serving work as needed.
Dietary Worker I (Worcester DC) - 2 openings UMass Amherst
Performs simple routine manual domestic, cooking, dish washing, cleaning and serving tasks required in a large food service operation; performs related work as required.
Pot Washer II (Worcester DC) - 2 Openings UMass Amherst
Performs routine manual and domestic job duties in a food service operation including pot washing, dish washing, cleaning, serving food and cooking. Primary duties are to wash pots and pans and to assist with various other cleaning and cooking tasks as needed.
Cook I (Worcester DC) UMass Amherst
Prepares and cooks simple dishes using a grill, fryolater, oven or other related food service equipment. Performs a variety of tasks in the preparation and serving of food to order. May also be required to prepare more complex dishes. Sets production and pulls orders.
Cook I (Mt Ida Campus) Mt. Ida - Newton
Prepares and cooks food such as meat, fish, poultry, sauces, gravies, soup and other foods in large-scale quantities; evaluates food for quality, quantity, appearance, temperature and taste. Leads small teams for the preparation of more complex dishes. Trains kitchen staff as needed.
Cook III (Mt Ida Campus) Mt. Ida - Newton
Working supervision of all food preparation within a Dining Hall; supervise preparation of special functions; performs related work as required.
Assistant Manager - Berkshire Dining Commons UMass Amherst
Under the direct supervision of the Manager, Dining Commons, the Assistant Manager, Dining Commons is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the dining commons, 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 Executive Director, Food Services 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 Dining Commons Manager, the Assistant Manager is responsible for the Dining Commons for night duties and every other weekend.
Associate Dean-College of Visual & Performing Arts UMass Dartmouth
The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth is seeking applications for an Associate Dean of the College of Visual & Performing Arts.
Director, Office of Religious and Spiritual Life UMass Amherst
Under general direction from the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Advocacy, Inclusion and Support Programs and the Director of Diversity Education and Training, this position provides overall leadership and oversight for programs and services provided by the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life (ORSL), Primary areas of focus include envisioning and actualizing inclusive environments celebrating the differences and the uniqueness of diverse religious and spiritual traditions; establishing positive and collaborative working relationships with related campus and community leaders and organizations; and, promoting associated services in support of university strategic goals. Within the context of promoting student success and positive student experiences, success in this role will be informed by the Director’s ability to effectively establish relationships with campus and local ministries, create student-focused opportunities celebrate and conduct discourse on related topics, and educate the campus about religious and spiritual diversity.
IP & Contracts Administrator Tech Transfer UMass Lowell
This position supports UMass Lowell’s technology transfer office (OTC) through management of invention and patent records and related databases, processing of financing associated with the IP portfolio, as well as serving as primary resource for processing of confidentiality agreements.  Possibilities for either remote work or hybrid approach would be considered.
Talent Acquisition Project Consultant UMass Amherst
The Talent Acquisition Project Consultant uses a project management mindset and creative entrepreneurial spirit to build a variety recruiting programs, including but not limited to diversity and outreach programing. This position is part of a team responsible for creating and implementing best practices in recruitment and search processes to support the University.  This role will maintain exceptional communications and provide customer support throughout the search and hiring process.  This position has the opportunity for a hybrid work schedule, which is defined by the University as an arrangement where an employee’s work is regularly performed at a location other than the campus workspace for a portion of the week. As this position is non-unit, it is subject to the terms and conditions of the University of Massachusetts Board of Trustees Non-Unit (Professional/or Classified) Employee Personnel Policy.
Post Doctoral Research Fellow in STEM Equity UMass Boston
The University of Massachusetts at Boston invites applications for a fulltime benefited postdoctoral research fellow. The post-doctoral fellow will work on new and existing multi-institutional grant-funded projects focused on STEM Equity, mental health, and persistence among Black graduate students and Women of Color in STEM.

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