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Project Planner/Manager UMass Amherst
Under the direction of the Director for Campus Planning, the Project Planner/Manager is responsible for project management for planning phases of capital projects and other planning projects utilizing both in-house resources and external consultants.
Cable Engineering Contractor Liaison UMass Amherst
The Cable Engineering Contractor Liaison is the department’s primary point of contact between outside contractors, UMass Campus departments, and Network Communications. The Contractor Liaison facilitates communication between campus departments and external service providers to establish job scope, clarity of expectations, obtain funding, resolve complaints, and oversees quality control in order to ensure compliance with contract documents and applicable standards.
Mac Administrator UMass Amherst
The Mac Administrator configures, maintains, and supports computer systems, iOS devices and software applications that provide mission critical services to the students, faculty and staff in IT computer classrooms, departmental computer labs and the Learning Commons.  Under the direct supervision of the Associate Manager of IT Computer Classrooms, the Mac Administrator also recommends new technologies and participates in the implementation process and special projects, while working collaboratively in a team environment.
Identity Management Specialist UMass Amherst
The Identity Management Specialist will help develop, implement, monitor, and continually improve procedures, and resource allocations to ensure professional, high quality technology support and services to the UMass Amherst Campus including its executives, faculty, staff, and administrators.  This individual will support directory services including Active Directory, principal authentication/authorization and federation, and the integration of these services with other University IT systems.  Ensure that the campus is in compliance with University policies and procedures, along with federal and state laws.
Lecturer A - Veterinary & Animal Sciences UMass Amherst
Non-tenure track, calendar-year (12 month) Lecturer position in Veterinary and Animal Sciences Department. Applicants should have expertise in at least one of the following areas: animal agriculture, research animal management, biotechnology, or veterinary medicine. Applicants with substantial knowledge and hands-on experience with the handling, husbandry, and health care of multiple species (large animals, small animals, and/or research animals) are encouraged to apply.
Cloud Automation Engineer UMass Amherst
The Cloud Automation Engineer will implement, monitor, and continually improve procedures and resource allocations to ensure professional, high quality technology support and services to the UMass Amherst Campus including its executives, faculty, staff, and administrators.  Provide mentoring, coaching and training to IT system administrators as it relates to cloud best practices.  Provide support and maintenance of cloud computing systems, both on-premises and with 3rd parties, including assessing systems services to identify potential weakness and problems and refining deployment, backup, and integration scripts.
Director of Finance & Administration UMass Amherst
The Director is responsible for overseeing and directing a broad range of functional areas including: finance and budget, procurement, human resources, recruitment and on-/off-boarding, performance evaluation, compensation, data analytics, business performance metrics, financial reporting, organizational operations, and space management. Administers graduate student non-working fellowship and Externship programs.  Supervises the Office of Communications and Events staff within the Graduate School.
Associate Director for Financial Services & Customer Relations UMass Amherst
Reporting to the Director of Enrollment Management Financial Services and Customer Relations, the Associate Director of Financial Services and Customer Relations is responsible for all aspects of Financial Aid Services’ customer service, counseling, and outreach activities. The Associate Director manages the Financial Aid Customer Service Team and oversees the walk-in counseling area, call center, and on-campus “satellite offices.” The Associate Director is also responsible for supporting customer service operations in Undergraduate Admissions and Enrollment Management. This position requires a detailed understanding of the technical aspects of financial aid processing and regulations to provide superior customer service and to provide training to the Financial Aid Customer Service team.
Residential Supervisor USBI 2020/ Departmental Assistant UMass Amherst
Serve as Upward Bound Summer Institute Residential Supervisor during the six week program, supervising Institute staff and students, overseeing implementation and evaluation of programming, and coordinating with Upward Bound Program staff. Supervised by the Upward Bound Program Director. This is a grant funded position.
Assistant Residential Supervisor USBI 2020 / Departmental Assistant UMass Amherst
Serve as Upward Bound Summer Institute Residential Supervisor during the six week program (June 21st– August 1st), supervising Institute staff and students, overseeing implementation and evaluation of programming, and coordinating with Upward Bound Program staff. Supervised by the Upward Bound Program Director. This is a grant funded position.
Instructor USBI 2020/ Departmental Assistant UMass Amherst
The Upward Bound Summer Institute is a 6-week (June 21st- August 1st) residential experience hosted at UMass Amherst for 40 – 60 high school students. Serve as Upward Bound Summer Institute Instructor throughout an intensive six-week program, teaching classes in at least one of several content areas to student participants; conduct sessions, supervise tutor/mentors within and outside of the classroom, and participate in various aspects of the program as assigned. Supervised by the Upward Bound Program Director. This is a grant funded position.
Lecturer in Sustainable Food & Farming UMass Amherst
The Stockbridge School of Agriculture seeks a Non-tenure-track Lecturer position (50% FTE) in the area of Animal Husbandry, Sustainable Food and Farming. This position is 25% teaching and 25% farm management, academic advising and managing appropriate independent studies. To begin teaching on September 1, 2020. Initial one year contract which may be renewable.
Undergraduate Academic Advisor UMass Amherst
The Undergraduate Academic Advisor will perform standard advising tasks of the Department of Public Health. The Advisor will communicate on several levels from students and parents to faculty and administrators. The Advisor will oversee activities of the Public Health Club, course override management for undergraduate classes, internship placements, and other activities as assigned that pertain to undergraduate student affairs.
Senior IT Business Analyst UMass Amherst
The Senior Information Technology (IT) Business Analyst, reporting to the Director of Enterprise Systems and Development, is responsible for reviewing, analyzing, and evaluating processes, systems, and user requirements for projects involving campus Information Technology. The Sr. IT Business Analyst develops business cases, conducts analysis, and recommends effective solutions that meet the functional, technical, and business needs and requirements for the campus. The Sr. Business Analyst, working with the project and technical teams, is responsible for keeping projects within budget, scope and schedule, and directing the work of junior team members, including change management and process improvement. This position is contingent upon funding availability.
Research Fellow - College of Information and Computer Sciences UMass Amherst
The College of Information and Computer Sciences at UMass Amherst seeks multiple outstanding, highly motivated Research Fellows. Applications for Research Fellows in all fields of the Information and Computer Sciences will be considered.
Marketing Analyst UMass Amherst
The Marketing Analyst works closely with the Director of Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) to support utilization of data from multiple channels/platforms in shaping, assessing, and optimizing marketing campaigns managed by the University’s central marketing team. The Marketing Analyst’s primary area of responsibility is to assist with analytics of lead generation campaigns in support of online education programs. The Marketing Analyst’s responsibilities include creating and maintaining analytics dashboards, campaign reports, email marketing reports, and business intelligence reports. The Marketing Analyst works collaboratively with other members of the marketing team, other University departments, and external vendors.
Clerk IV - Personnel and Financial Coordinator UMass Amherst
The Personnel and Financial Coordinator supports the smooth and effective execution of the department personnel processes and provides support for the department financial administration.
Director of Online Communications UMass Amherst
The Director of Online Communication is responsible for managing and strengthening the university’s online brand recognition across the schools, colleges, academic departments and administrative websites and digital communications. Responsible for overseeing and directing revenue-generating web development projects.  Identifies and executes best practices for web content delivery. Works with campus clients to organize and develop online content tailored for specific target audiences to assist with meeting student recruitment goals. Exercises independent judgement, with responsibility for the timely delivery and quality presentation of online communications to external and internal audiences.
Lecturer, Biomedical Engineering UMass Amherst
The department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Massachusetts Amherst invites applications for a lecturer to teach core undergraduate Biomedical Engineering courses and advise senior design projects. The position calls for an experienced instructor with expertise in developing and teaching labs for undergraduate education in Biomedical Engineering, with preference for engineering experimentation. A background in cell and or tissue culture is helpful. Further responsibilities include coordination of industry-sponsored capstone design projects. It is desirable to have a person who can add to diversity and inclusiveness through active engagement with underrepresented minorities, women, and international students in the department. Full-time teaching faculty typically teach six courses per year and have service obligations. This is an academic-year appointment with teaching responsibilities for 9 months of the year.
Staff Psychologist UMass Amherst
Under the general direction of the Director of Center for Counseling & Psychological Health (CCPH), is responsible for evaluation and treatment of a wide range of patients presenting to clinic; participates in preventative mental health programs as a consultant and leader of workshops; provides specialized services in at least one major program. Crisis/liaison services, including regular intervention with emergency situations and highly acute patient situations.

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