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Clerk IV - Office Manager UMass Amherst
The Office of Academic Planning & Assessment (OAPA) Officer Manager manages the day-to-day operations of the Office of Academic Planning and Assessment; Provides operational support and direction for OAPA survey administrations – including the campus-wide student course evaluation system and the Senior Survey; Conducts data coding, analysis, and reporting under the direction of other OAPA staff.
Investigator UMass Amherst
Under general direction of the Associate Vice Chancellor for Equal Opportunity, the Investigator will effectively investigate alleged violations of campus non-discrimination policies, including discrimination, harassment, and related retaliation. The investigator will provide trainings to the campus on University policies and procedures relating to preventing and responding to reports of discrimination, harassment and retaliation. Will be assigned to work under the direction of other senior staff on complex cases.
Intl Student & Scholar Advisor UMass Amherst
The International Student and Scholar Advisor provides advanced immigration advice and support to international students, scholars and employees who are under UMass Amherst immigration sponsorship, as well as to sponsoring UMass Amherst academic departments and administration. This position is particularly responsible for student employment-based caseloads and provides critical support to the overall mission of the International Programs Office.
Culinary Worker (Catering) 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.
Apprentice I (Plumber) UMass Amherst
Plumbing Apprentices (Apprentices I through IV) perform project work commensurate with training and experience at the appropriate level to acquire practical experience in the skills of the plumbing trade; attend assigned classes to acquire training, instruction, and information related to the appropriate level; and perform related work as required. Apprentice I is the entry-level trade job in the series. With supervisory guidance, plumbing Apprentices install, repair, maintain, and/or alter sanitary fixtures, heating units, etc., and perform related work as required. The basic purpose of the work is to install, repair, maintain, and/or alter steam, heating, water supply, drainage, and disposal systems or as code requires By the end of the Apprenticeship cycle (stages I – IV), Apprentice will be able to meet all the minimum qualifications of the then current Form 30 for Plumber. This position is open only to Physical Plant employees, with first preference given to Custodial and Grounds employees covered by the AFSCME collective bargaining agreement.
Apprentice I (Plumber) - Alterations Department UMass Amherst
First preference to Physical Plant Maintainer I employees. Plumbing Apprentices (Apprentices I through IV) perform project work commensurate with training and experience at the appropriate level to acquire practical experience in the skills of the plumbing trade; attend assigned classes to acquire training, instruction, and information related to the appropriate level; and perform related work as required. Apprentice I is the entry-level trade job in the series. With supervisory guidance, plumbing Apprentices install, repair, maintain, and/or alter sanitary fixtures, heating units, etc., and perform related work as required. The basic purpose of the work is to install, repair, maintain, and/or alter steam, heating, water supply, drainage, and disposal systems or as code requires. By the end of the Apprenticeship cycle (stages I – IV), Apprentice will be able to meet all the minimum qualifications of the then current Form 30 for Plumber.
Departmental Assistant - UMass Cranberry Station in East Wareham, MA UMass Amherst
Temporary, part-time position, located at the UMass Cranberry Station in East Wareham, MA. Assist in laboratory analysis and with field programs for water quality monitoring at the UMass Cranberry Station.
Post Doctoral Research Associate - Goodell Lab UMass Amherst
The focus of the post-doc’s research will be to study iron-binding metabolites produced by bacterial symbionts found in the gills of marine mollusks known commonly as shipworms.
MAC Desktop Administrator UMass Amherst
Under the direct supervision from the Associate Manager of IT Computer Classrooms, the Technical Assistant III configures, maintains, and supports the computer systems and facilities operated by Instructional Innovation Computer Classrooms.  These computer systems and the software applications provide mission critical services to the students and faculty in IT computer classrooms, departmental computer labs and the Learning Commons.  The Technical Assistant III also recommends new technologies and participates in implementation and special projects as required.
Academic Program Manager UMass Amherst
The Academic Program Manager is responsible for the development and management of a complex and dynamic departmental course and teaching schedule in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, a large and rapidly growing academic department with over 70 faculty, 75 graduate teaching assistants, 1000+ majors, enrolling more than 15,000 students in 250+ lecture sections and 175+ discussion/lab sections each year. The incumbent will also support the development and growth of the department’s Continuing and Professional Education course offerings and professional Master’s programs, and supervise three staff positions.
Senior Director, Compensation and Talent Acquisition UMass Amherst
This position serves as the executive leader for the Classification & Compensation and Talent Acquisition functions within the Office of Human Resources.  It is a champion of HR strategic initiatives and must lead with a commitment to continuous improvement.The Senior Director leads HR’s continuing efforts to build more efficient classification and compensation workflows and maximize the effectiveness of its search processes. The Senior Director manages two distinct, yet interrelated teams and serves as a mentor to several HR professionals. The Senior Director serves as a member of the HR Leadership Team.
Utility Plant Operator UMass Amherst
The person holding this position is responsible for performing work with a variety of tools and equipment to repair, install and maintain mechanical components and systems for the University of Massachusetts Amherst Building Maintenance Dept.
Senior Assistant Director for Fitness UMass Amherst
Under the general direction of the Associate Director for Programs and Student Development, the Senior Assistant Director for Fitness leads Fitness Operations, including planning and supervising the Group Fitness and Personal Training programs.  Designs, implements, and evaluates new fitness related programming and initiatives; work with Campus Recreation colleagues to manage a comprehensive collegiate recreation program, and assist with the selection and delivery of recreation activities and student employment practices that contribute to student success and wellbeing.
Program Coordinator - Isenberg Undergraduate Programs Office UMass Amherst
Under the direct supervision of the Director of Operations, Isenberg School of Management, the Program Coordinator will use analytics and a data-driven processes to efficiently allocate academic space amongst competing priorities and manage the scheduling process of all undergraduate program-related activities within the Isenberg School of Management.
Director of Administration and Finance UMass Amherst
The Director of Administration and Finance will partner with the Chair in the overall management of the Department of Resource Economics in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences (SBS).
Events & Communications Manager UMass Amherst
The Events and Communications Manager is responsible for logistical planning and implementation of all Graduate School workshop and events, including Graduate Commencement and Orientation. This position is also responsible for designing and leading the production of a wide range of multimedia communication materials.
Assistant Director of Inclusive Programs - Information & Computer Sciences UMass Amherst
The Assistant Director of Inclusive Programs helps to define, develop, and implement programs that engage students in and get students excited about Computer and Information Sciences. These programs will be geared towards current and prospective students that might not otherwise have exposure to opportunities in these areas of study. These initiatives will create an inclusive, supportive, and equitable learning community in which students can explore the computer and information sciences and the various career opportunities that are available in our field. These initiatives will help with the recruitment, inclusion, and long-term success of students from underrepresented groups.
WEB Dubois Diversity Fellow UMass Amherst
W.E.B. DU BOIS FELLOWSHIP TRAINING OVERVIEW The mission of the CCPH W.E.B. Du Bois Diversity Fellowship is to continue the multicultural training and clinical experience of the early career clinician who has successfully completed the masters in social work or doctoral degree in counseling or clinical psychology. We will offer continued supervised clinical experience, to deepen and broaden the fellow's clinical skills. Our goal is for them to leave the fellowship on route to the independent level of clinical practice and prepared to take on leadership roles. Fellows will be expected, in addition to general clinical responsibilities, to provide training and support to underrepresented campus communities. The training philosophy/educational model is focused on developing practitioners in a university-based managed care setting. Our goal is to produce very competent multi-modal practitioners who will successfully transfer treatment skills to a variety of outpatient settings within the rapidly evolving world of health care. To achieve this, fellows will work as a part of our multidisciplinary treatment team utilizing a variety of brief treatment modalities to address a wide range of diagnoses and presenting problems. These include intensive brief therapies for individuals, couples, crisis intervention, on-call management of emergencies, and outreach/consultation. Disciplines represented within our treatment team include clinical social work, clinical and counseling psychology, psychiatry, and advanced practice nursing, together with trainees in psychology, social work, and psychiatry. In addition, a community mentor specifically drawn from a pool of qualified licensed clinicians of color will be engaged to mentor and support the W.E.B. Du Bois Fellow.
Academic Advisor & Director of Alumni Affairs UMass Amherst
Under the direction of the Department Head, provides academic counseling for undergraduate and graduate students.  In coordination with the Undergraduate and Graduate Directors, organizes and manages all activities of the department’s undergraduate and graduate programs, including all aspects of alumni affairs and departmental aspects of career planning.
Senior Software Engineer - CIIR UMass Amherst
Under the general direction of a senior faculty member, responsible for the design, installation and maintenance of systems software, utilities and enhancements to support the research developments in the Center for Intelligent Information Retrieval (CIIR).

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