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Instructional Media Lab Supervisor (Hybrid Opportunity) UMass Amherst
The Instructional Media Lab Supervisor supervises and leads a team of 5-10 graduate assistants within the Instructional Design, Engagement and Support (IDEAS) group to provide high-quality technical support across a variety of UMass technologies and third-party tools. The Instructional Media Lab Supervisor leads other projects and initiatives and may partner with the faculty development and instructional design groups in supporting University initiatives and goals.
Educational Developer (Hybrid Opportunirty) UMass Amherst
The Educational Developer supports the design, development, and implementation of professional development opportunities for UMass faculty, in the areas of online, innovative, and technology-enhanced pedagogies. Working within a team, the Educational Developer provides a wide range of evidence-based programming (e.g. workshops, fellowships, short courses, consultations, written and multimedia resources) and services that advance the teaching excellence of faculty and instructors and support the instructional efforts of other campus units.
Clerical Assistant (Temporary Professional) College of Education UMass Amherst
The clerical assistant will provide administrative support to the academic departments within the College of Education.  Responsible for day-to-day management of departmental needs as required.
Clerk IV (Customer Service Representative) UMass Amherst
Serves as an information specialist in the Registrar’s Office, providing students, faculty, and staff with service relative to academic policies and procedures. Provides operational and customer service support to the Registration and Transcripts Area; including enrollment, registration, record creation, grading and other functions of student records and enrollment. Will be available to assist the University+ Session Records and Registration Area in same manner during their peak busy times of academic year. This position requires a high level of independence and the ability to exercise sound judgment and balance urgent priorities.
Grants & Contracts Coordinator I (Mechanical & Industrial Engineering) UMass Amherst
In support of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering department (MIE) financial activity, prepare reports for Principal Investigators (PIs), departments, and Department Head including the centers within the department.
Assistant Director of Career Development (Hybrid Opportunity) UMass Amherst
Reporting to the Associate Director of Career Development of the Chase Career Center, the Assistant Director performs career advising and placement duties with Isenberg School of Management students seeking professional-level internships and/or permanent placement career outcomes in a wide variety of corporate and non-profit organizations.
Talent Management Coordinator - Hybrid (Administrative Assistant I) UMass Amherst
The Talent Management Coordinator works as part of a team to administer UMass Amherst’s talent acquisition and compensation programs. This position performs administrative functions which support the day-to-day operations of the Talent Management office.
Research Fellow/Project Coordinator UMass Amherst
The Project Coordinator/ Research Associate works closely with the PI and Project Director and other research staff to support the research projects that they are working on across all phases, including project proposal development, startup, implementation, monitoring and reporting, and closeout. This includes providing support on proposal development, research protocols, regulatory materials (including IRB), standard operating procedures; the tracking of deliverables, milestones, and timelines; data management; and the planning and reporting of analyses and progress reports. Additional responsibilities include scheduling and coordinating meetings, conducting interviews with research participants, facilitating focus groups for research purposes, analyzing qualitative data, administering surveys, submitting manuscripts, assisting student research assistants in completing their responsibilities on the studies they are working on and other research-related tasks.
Artist-In-Residence/Research Fellow UMass Amherst
The Artist-In-Residence (Research Fellow) for Slavery North will actively participate in both the scholarly and social environment of the center. Artists-in-Residence, with support of Slavery North leadership, will conduct independent research and create original works in one or more of the five mandate areas of Slavery North which include 1) Canadian Slavery, (2) slavery in the US North, (3) the comparative study of slavery in Canada, the US North, and other northern or temperate regions, (4) the study of the inter-connectedness of slavery in Canada and the US North with Caribbean Slavery, and (5) Black-Indigenous relations in Canadian Slavery or US North Slavery. Furthermore, the research must center on the enslaved and/or adopt an anti-colonial, de-colonial, post-colonial, and/or anti-racist methodology/approach which challenges the nature of European and Euro-American imperialism and colonialism and interrogates the racist logic of the institution of Transatlantic Slavery. Artistic Categories: Applicants can be active in any of the following fields or areas of creative production: cinema and film making, ceramics, mixed media, painting, printmaking, sculpture, textiles, and fiction writing (including novels, plays, screenplays, poetry etc.).
CRM Analyst (Hybrid Opportunity) UMass Amherst
The CRM Analyst plays a pivotal role in analyzing, administering, and supporting CRM systems, driving essential business and organizational functions in communications and recruitment. Collaborating closely with the Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) team and UMass stakeholders, including IT, this position blends analytical expertise with marketing and communications. Reporting to the Director of CRM within Marcom/University Relations, the CRM Analyst focuses on the modernization of UMass Amherst’s relationship management approach. This chancellor-level initiative aligns with the campus's ambitious goals in enrollment management, revenue growth, student services, and community engagement, requiring collaboration across all major campus units, as well as the twelve schools and colleges within the university. From crafting constituent journey strategies to collecting and analyzing data for enterprise platforms, the CRM Analyst ensures that all projects meet the highest standards and deliver impactful results.
Graduate Programs Services Manager (Hybrid Opportunity) UMass Amherst
Reporting to the Director of Graduate Programs Assistant Director of Operations, the Graduate Programs Service Manager supports Isenberg’s Graduate & Professional Programs Office by managing front office operations along with all aspects of the admissions process. The Service Manager works closely with all Program Directors, handling initial admissions’ inquiries through multiple modes of communication, admissions’ related communications, as well as admissions’ related events.
Career Development Coach (Hybrid Opportunity) UMass Amherst
Reporting to the Associate Director of Career Development, the Career Development Coach will apply industry-specific knowledge in performing career advising and placement duties with Isenberg School of Management students in order to further student career and professional development outcomes. The primary focus will be on students seeking professional-level internships and/or permanent placement career outcomes in a wide variety of corporate or non-profit organizations.
Assistant Athletic Trainer - Multiple Vacancies (43 Week Positions) UMass Amherst
Under the direction of the Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine, provide quality care to all student­ athletes including prevention, evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries incurred in practice and games.
Director of Scouting & Video Operations - Women's Basketball UMass Amherst
Reporting to the Head Women's Basketball Coach, the Director of Scouting & Video Operations manages all aspects of video-related activities and operations for women's basketball, as well as participates in on campus recruitment activities with prospective student athletes. This individual is also responsible for identifying, and developing video highlights for use in various promotional venues in concert with the External Relations staff. Due to the national exposure that the women' s basketball program receives, it is imperative that the Director of Scouting & Video Operations ensures that all of the responsibilities of this position are conducted within the Department, University, NCAA, Conference, state and federal philosophies, rules, and regulations.
Early Childhood Resource Teacher UMass Amherst
The Early Childhood Resource Teacher provides staff coverage for all classrooms, develops and implements curriculum, classroom environment, behavior guidance, and parent partnerships according to the Center for Early Education and Care (CEEC) guidelines, the Department of Early Education and Care (EEC) state licensing regulations, and national accreditation criteria.  The Early Childhood Resource Teacher provides a nurturing, safe environment for children, which facilitates their social, emotional, intellectual, and physical growth.
Plumber & Steamfitter I UMass Amherst
Installs, repairs, alters and maintains fluid transmission systems, sanitary fixtures, heating systems, low and high pressure steam lines, condensate lines, water lines, sprinkler lines, sewer lines; and performs other related work as required, including but not limited to, trade related asbestos abatement, repairs and/or initiates repairs on building systems such as; pneumatic control systems, heating and ventilation (HVAC) systems, cooling towers, pumps and  related  equipment. Employing the use and need of specialized testing and monitoring, diagnostic equipment; works synchronously with Control Technicians / trade personnel maintaining the building systems integrity, exercises functional supervision of other employees of lower grade performing related repair and maintenance activities. Performs related work as required.  This is a maintenance function, which includes overtime and returning to work between shifts when directed or called.
Skilled Laborer II (Hoisting License) UMass Amherst
Provides the care and maintenance of lawns, trees, shrubs, flowerbeds, walks, roadways, and parking lots.
Controls & Refrigeration Systems Specialist UMass Amherst
Installs, maintains, operates, repairs and/or initiates repairs on building systems such as; pneumatic/electric, electronic, electro-mechanical controls, refrigeration, air conditioning, equipment and related heating and ventilation (HVAC) systems, and their related controllers and controlled devices. Employing the use and need of specialized testing and monitoring, diagnostic equipment; works synchronously with other Control Technicians / trade personnel maintaining the building systems integrity, exercises functional supervision of other employees performing related repair and maintenance activities.
Senior Academic Advisor UMass Amherst
Under the direct supervision of the Principal Academic Advisor, the Senior Academic Advisor provides comprehensive advising for Psychology majors in the College of Natural Sciences (CNS). This position works closely with other advising personnel to ensure high quality advising and academic services for all students, with particular emphasis on programmatic needs for first-year, transfer, and at-risk students.
Data Services Librarian (Potential Hybrid Opportunity) UMass Amherst
Works in collaboration with the Data Services unit to develop and deliver forward-thinking, measurable, campus-aligned programming, resources, and services to support researchers throughout the data lifecycle; develop educational and outreach programming and support for graduate students, postdoctoral scholars, and faculty; and coordinate project support for data-intensive research. Assists University of Massachusetts Amherst researchers and scholars in meeting the data management and sharing requirements of funding agencies and publishers. Assists in developing strong, collaborative relationships with library subject specialists in data-intensive disciplines and with relevant offices, departments, and centers across campus. The Data Services Librarian will be part of a team of specialists focused on data management, spatial data and GIS, open science, bibliometrics, data science, and data visualization. For this position, the Data Services Librarian will have a specialization in at least one of the following areas: data visualization, bibliometrics and research impact, data science and statistics, or data curation.

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