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Departmental Assistant- Custodial Assistant (Campus Center multiple vacancies) UMass Amherst
Performs general custodial duties in connection with the cleaning and maintenance of buildings in the Auxiliary Enterprises Division.  Works as a member of a team cleaning custodial program CCAP – (Cleaning Cost Analysis Program), which includes housekeeping, cleaning, moving furniture and trash removal.
Assistant Director of Prospect Management UMass Amherst
Reporting to the Director of Prospect Management, the Assistant Director of Prospect Management is responsible for the effective placement and management of prospects through the fundraising cycle. The assistant director supports and guides the fundraising efforts of the University by working closely with advancement staff to provide strategic insights into prospect and portfolio management in order to build and maintain constituent relationships. This position can work remotely from the New England region.
Assistant Director of International Admissions UMass Amherst
Under the general direction of the Director of International Admissions serves as an active participant in undergraduate student recruitment, selection and yield activities in order to meet institutional goals.
Device Fabrication & Process Development Engineer UMass Amherst
The Device Fabrication and Process Development Engineer will lead research and development activities in the Micro/NanoFabrication and Roll-to-Roll Cleanroom facilities (within IALS) to establish processes in support of industry and academic users within the facilities, along with research grants and contracts. The Engineer will perform daily technical operation of a broad range of equipment and will support the training of users of the clean rooms.
Clerk IV - Office Manager and Events Assistant UMass Amherst
Serves as the Office Manager for the Office of External Relations and University Events (ERUE).  Establishes and implements procedures to ensure smooth operations for a fast-paced, event-oriented office.  Provides support and coordinates key functions related to major campus events. Provides administrative support to the Associate Vice Chancellor of University Relations and ERUE office staff.
Clerk III - Receptionist - Undergraduate Programs Office UMass Amherst
Greet visitors, answer phones, and coordinate reception in the busy front entrance of the Isenberg Undergraduate Programs office. Isenberg Undergraduate Programs serves a diverse and varied group of faculty, staff, and students on a regular basis.
Budget Analyst UMass Amherst
Under the general direction of the Assistant Manager Budget & Finance, the Budget Analyst is responsible for analyzing Facilities & Campus Services (F&CS) operating, utilities, and project budgets and provides clear and accurate financial and labor data to F&CS managers and directors.
Departmental Assistant - Digital Ready Residential Educator UMass Amherst
Digital Ready Residential Educators live within the learning community providing education and support to the students, who, in addition to their academic program, are also learning how to live, socialize and access resources on a college campus. In addition, educators provide residential on-duty rounds, crisis response and policy enforcement. The ideal candidate for the role will be a recent college graduate with experience as a residential advisor and a passion for learning and working with youth. This is not meant to be a permanent position but rather an opportunity for recent graduates to gain experience in a program of this type. Each year new Digital Ready Educators are chosen to hold this position based on their alignment with their career goals and undergraduate experience and a relationship and/or commitment to the Digital Ready program goals and principles. Though this is a STEM based program, candidates from the School of Education as well as others will be considered.
ICTC General Supervisor UMass Amherst
The IALS Clinical Testing Center (ICTC) General Supervisor will assist the Technical Supervisor / IALS Director with ongoing operation, especially in regard to quality, compliance, LIMS/LIS management, and grant applications in the IALS Clinical Testing Center. The General Supervisor will perform a variety of technical, scientific, and administrative duties and is responsible for overall management of quality-related activities.
Accountant I UMass Amherst
The Accountant I position is responsible for managing funds of all types for the Department of Food Science in support of the Grants and Contracts Coordinator II.  This position acts as the financial liaison for the Department with the Unified Procurement Services Team and the Controller’s Office as well as outside vendors. The Accountant I will be responsible for examining accounting data, preparing financial statements and reports, maintaining accounting records, and assisting the Grants and Contracts Coordinator II in maintaining a computerized financial management system to enable comprehensive budget reviews. The job includes acting as the Department bank card holder and coordinator of Certified Travel, and for checking finances for graduate students and summer salary for faculty, and setting up grant fund tracking in Excel. The Accountant also helps supervise the day-to-day main office operations in the absence of, or with direction from, the Grants and Contracts Coordinator II.
Resource Economics - Clerk IV - Administrative Assistant UMass Amherst
The Department of Resource Economics Administrative Assistant ensures smooth and efficient administration support for personnel and financial functions, general office reception, operations and event coordination.
Storekeeper II (Central Bakery) UMass Amherst
Performs tasks involved in the ordering, receipt, storage, and transfer of goods into and out of the assigned area; maintains inventories and related records.
Inst Maintenance Foreman UMass Amherst
Supervise Facilities Operations personnel in the performance of routine maintenance, apartment turnovers, system plumbing, electrical, HVAC, and other selected routine maintenance and project work within Residential Life buildings, structures, and properties.
Clerk III - Transit Services UMass Amherst
Provides administrative and customer service support for the Fleet Garage including purchasing, tracking repair jobs and preparing reports. May be required to serve as backup for some of the duties of the Parts Buyer I.
Clerk IV - Note Taking & Classroom Access Coordinator UMass Amherst
The Note Taking & Classroom Access Coordinator is responsible for providing a range of mandated, equitable accommodations for the campus community. Manages daily operations of Note Taking & Classroom Access program by assigning Classroom Access Assistants to all students with mobility impairments that require full access to the classroom experience and assigning note takers in courses where a demonstrated need has been identified. The Coordinator communicates with instructors regularly to recruit note takers, inform the class of a relocation need and to maintain ethics standards for Classroom Access Assistants and Note takers.
Executive Assistant & HR Office Manager UMass Amherst
Under the general direction of the Vice Chancellor and Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO), the HR Administrative Manager (HRAM) acts as an executive assistant and office manager for the central HR office.
Central MA PDC Coach/Trainer UMass Amherst
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.
Assistant Director for Administration UMass Amherst
Under the direction of the Director of the Student Legal Services Office (SLSO), the Assistant Director for Administration assumes a lead role in overseeing and managing the day to day SLSO law office policies and procedures, outreach initiatives, and data collection/reporting. Primary duties include but are not limited to; development, administration and management of SLSO, the hiring, training, supervision and evaluation of non-attorney staff, and the management of the SLSO’s outreach and development efforts. This position will lead the SLSO’s strategic partnership development and represent the SLSO both within and outside the University in industry meetings and other law-related events. The Assistant Director for Administration will draft, oversee, and administer the implementation of policies concerning the provision of legal services to students, and will develop and manage a data-based assessment program in support of strategic planning and policy development.
Director of Annual Fund and Communications - Athletics Development UMass Amherst
The Director of Annual Fund and Communications - Athletics Development focuses on various components of the Minutemen Club annual fundraising activity, and on-going constituent engagement. The position will have direct oversight of the annual giving program, athletics development communications (website, social and email), and serve as a liaison to several teams with an emphasis on annual donations, alumni and student-athlete connection and constituent engagement. This position will also oversee the athletic department emails process and work collaboratively with the sales, marketing and ticket offices.  This individual should have an interest in growing professionally within the area of athletic development. The position reports directly to the Senior Associate Athletic Director / Executive Director of Development.
Senior Research Analyst - Hadley, MA UMass Amherst
EPPR Senior Research Analysts support the work of their business unit through project management assistance, conducting literature reviews, and implementing data collection and analysis plans. Senior Research Analysts work extensively with a wide range of Federal, State, and Local data providers, including the U.S. Census, Bureau of Labor Statistics, and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, as well as private data providers to extensively analyze social, economic, and demographic conditions. The position may entail significant writing duties and some independent project and task management.  Specifics of the role may vary depending on the needs of the project(s) to which they are assigned.  Senior Research Analysts will have proven experience implementing research projects in a professional setting, as well as maintaining positive client relationships. They should be skilled in developing appropriate qualitative and quantitative research methodologies, as well as providing technical supervision to research analysts and student research assistants assigned to their projects.  Typically, Senior Research Analysts work collaboratively under the direction of a Research Manager, Senior Research Manager, and/or the business unit’s Director.

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