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Assistant Director Lin Makerspace (Internal Only) 511186 College Engineering
This being an internal opportunity, only current UML Employees, irrespective of Bargaining units are eligible to apply for this position. The Assistant Director (AD) provides technical, operational support and strategic direction for students and faculty within the College of Engineering. Additionally, this position is responsible for day-to-day operations of the Lin Makerspace (LMS) and strategic vision, in collaboration with the Director, Development Committee, and Dean of Engineering. AD coordinates and collaborates with faculty and staff throughout the university to ensure successful outcomes of technical and operational goals.
Associate Director of Honors Scholarship and Curriculum (Internal Only) 511212 Honors College
This being an internal opportunity, only current UML Employees, irrespective of Bargaining units are eligible to apply for this position. The Associate Director of Honors Scholarship and Curriculum will develop and enhance Honors curriculum in collaboration with the dean. Oversee all Honors theses and projects. Coordinate with faculty mentors and thesis/project coaches at every stage from the student identification of a faculty mentor and the thesis/project proposal to the presentation and submission of final paperwork. As well as. serve as National Scholarship Advisor for UMass Lowell.
Carpenter I (possible multiple positions) 508816 Facilities Operations&Services
Possible multiple positions. Shifts may include: Second Shift, Monday through Friday, 1:30 PM to 10 PM And also, First Shift, Monday through Friday, 6:30 AM to 3 PM Incumbents of positions in this series maintain buildings and related structures applying carpentry techniques and using carpentry tools to construct, alter, repair and/or install walls, stairs, floors, ceilings, windows, doors, roofs , etc., inspect buildings to determine need for carpentry to be done; erect and dismantle staging and scaffolding; and perform related work as required. The basic purpose of this work is to perform carpentry maintenance work in support of general maintenance, repair and/or alteration of state buildings and related structures.
Research Scientist 511142 Computer Science
The Research Scientist is to work closely with faculty, other research scientists, post-docs, graduate students and undergraduate students to carry out machine learning-based biomedical informatics research under the direction of the Principal Investigator(s). This position is contingent upon funding.
Electronic Research Administration Business Analyst – Office of Research Administration 511055 Office Research Administration
The Office of Research Administration (ORA) assists faculty and research staff in all aspects of procuring and managing external research funding. The Electronic Research Administration & Data Analytics unit’s Electronic Research Administration Business Analyst reports to the Assistant Director to assist with processes and procedures related to the collection and tracking of university research data. This position will support the maintenance of ORA’s current electronic research administration and data management systems (e.g., PeopleSoft, Microsoft Power BI applications, Tableau, SAS, Microsoft Access and Sql Server) and the design and implementation of future state electronic research administration (eRA) systems which will support and measure research proposal and award management activity.
Assistant Controller General Accounting (Internal Only) 511157 Controllers Office
This being an internal opportunity, only current UML Employees, irrespective of Bargaining units are eligible to apply for this position. The Controller’s Office is responsible for financial management and reporting, maintaining a control environment for the proper use of funds and compliance in accordance with Federal, State, and University policy and procedure. The Office establishes business practices and procedures, prepares campus financial statements and liaisons with internal and external auditors. The Office has frequent interface with the President’s Office Central Services including University Controller, UPST, Budget, Tax and Treasury in coordinating financial activities of the campus with overall University goals and objectives. The Controller’s Office further manages the development, maintenance, and integration of the university financial ERP system with accounting operations and actively analyzes financial information utilizing queries, spreadsheets, databases, and other reporting tools for trend analyses, forecasts, and financial ratios. The Controller’s Office also provides guidance and support to campus administrative business units and campus organizations for the effective operation of all campus financial activity. The Assistant Controller provides functional support to the Controller, responsible for effective financial reporting and accounting according to GAAP and GASB. Assists the controller in developing and maintaining an effective accounting and control environment, leading general accounting and reporting, cash management and tax reporting. Directs professional accounting staff and regularly interfaces with State and Federal treasury systems. May act as controller backup if controller on extended leave.
Assistant Controller Financial Reporting (Internal Only) 511158 Controllers Office
This being an internal opportunity, only current UML Employees, irrespective of Bargaining units are eligible to apply for this position. The Controller’s Office is responsible for financial management and reporting, maintaining a control environment for the proper use of funds and compliance in accordance with Federal, State, and University policy and procedure. The Office establishes business practices and procedures, prepares campus financial statements and liaisons with internal and external auditors. The Office has frequent interface with the President’s Office Central Services including University Controller, UPST, Budget, Tax and Treasury in coordinating financial activities of the campus with overall University goals and objectives. The Controller’s Office further manages the development, maintenance, and integration of the university financial ERP system with accounting operations and actively analyzes financial information utilizing queries, spreadsheets, databases, and other reporting tools for trend analyses, forecasts, and financial ratios. The Controller’s Office also provides guidance and supports to campus administrative business units and campus organizations for the effective operation of all campus financial activity. The Assistant Controller provides functional support to the Controller, responsible for effective financial reporting and accounting according to GAAP and GASB.
Faculty Part-time - Solomont School of Nursing (multiple positions) (BP) 511177 School of Nursing
The Solomont School of Nursing at the University of Massachusetts Lowell invites applications for Adjunct Professors. The successful candidates will be expected to begin work in January 2022 and assist in teaching a range of classes including health assessment, labs and clinicals.
Biostatistician III 510969 Computer Science
Under the general direction of the Professor/Principal Investigator, the Biostatistician III is responsible for the planning, design, review, programming and implementation of special information systems activities.
Faculty Part-time - World Languages & Cultures (Spanish 1) 509741 World Languages and Cultures
The Department of World Languages and Cultures at the University of Massachusetts Lowell seeks a part-time Adjunct Instructor to teach two sections of Spanish 1 and Culture. The successful candidate will be expected to begin work January 18, 2022.
Animal Care Technician I 510433 Office of Research Integrity
Provide laboratory animal care to a variety of laboratory animals in a safe, humane, and sanitary manner, adhering to all federal, state, and local regulations, guidelines, and policies. Feed, water, and change cages, maintain animals in specialized housing, such as barrier or containment facilities; Operates and maintains sanitation and sterilization of equipment. Administers routine treatments and medications. The location of the position is in Andover, MA.
Program Academic Advisor 511015 Department of Public Health
The Program Academic Advisor position is a full time one-year position with the possibility of renewal based on continued funding and job performance. The Academic Advisor will work with faculty in the development and implementation of a new educational program in public health informatics and technology. The Academic Advisor will serve as the primary liaison with undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in the program and in networking to recruit new students.
Instructor - Sociology (Internal Only) 511024 Sociology
This being an internal opportunity, only current UML Employees, irrespective of Bargaining units are eligible to apply for this position. NTT Instructor with specialization in teaching large Introduction to Sociology courses and classes in American Education and Black Experience in the US
Faculty Part-time - Psychology 511083 Psychology
The Psychology Department in the College of Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences seeks applicants for an adjunct position teaching an undergraduate course in Sport and Exercise Psychology for Spring semester 2022.
Facilities Information Records Manager 510590 Project Management & Planning
Reporting to the Associate Director of Planning & Facilities Information Systems (FIS), this position will support the three groups within Facilities Management: Planning, Design, and Construction; Operations and Services; and Business Operations. The Facilities Information Records Manager (FIRM) will maintain, consistently improve, and promote the department’s Sharepoint-based document management platform, including records management, archiving, indexing, and cataloguing of all project and non-project Facilities records in accordance with applicable laws, regulations, and policies. The FIRM will continue and advance the department’s use of Sharepoint and its document management system with a focus on utility, consistency, ease of retrieval, and integration with existing tools and work processes. The FIRM will also provide strategic insights and hands-on troubleshooting for the department’s existing tools, including but not limited to ESRI GIS, space management via Autodesk, Microsoft Office 365, Power Apps, and e-builder. The successful candidate will have a thorough understanding of the design and construction process and related document management and archiving issues. The candidate will also proactively collaborate with department staff, including campus planners, operations and capital project management staff, as well as working to include additional administrative departments at the university and consultant teams. The work of the FIRM will vary widely and include improving document management systems within Facilities Management; working with capital project teams to ensure delivery of as-builts; updating archival information; training department staff in document management; and supervising student interns. UMass Lowell is committed to increasing diversity in its faculty, staff, and student populations, as well as curriculum and support programs, while promoting an inclusive environment. We seek candidates who can contribute to that goal.
Facilities Personnel Specialist 509020 Facilities Business Operation
The Facilities Personnel Specialist provides confidential broad based human resource management support under the guidance of the Executive Director of Facilities Business Operations. This position is key to supporting the entire department in matters of personnel and the employee life-cycle. May assist in administrative support for multiple directors and managers within the Facilities Management Department performing wide array of diverse responsibilities that are vital to the smooth operation of human resources of the Facilities Management Department.
Facilities Service Center Coordinator 510979 Facilities Business Operation
This position provides administrative support as needed to the Facilities Service Center. Primary duties include responding to all incoming calls and visitors related to facility emergencies, maintenance requests and routine inquiries, the coordination of employee programs (such as uniforms and cell phones, and procurement/administrative support) as needed to the Facilities Management Department. Miscellaneous office support may include coordinating office activities and administrative support for multiple senior-level managers within the Facilities Management Department to ensure the smooth operation of facilities business.
Manager of GPS Undergraduate Advising and Student Success 510121 Grad & Professional Studies
Under the direction of the Assistant Dean of GPS Academic Advising & Student Success, the Manager of GPS Undergraduate Advising and Student Success is responsible for: modeling and nurturing a proactive culture focused on an outstanding student experience; the supervision and mentoring of professional Academic Advising staff plus case management and advising support to a caseload of students from enrollment to graduation. This position requires an advanced, developmental, analytical, and proactive problem solving approach to academic advising and overall student success for an online, adult, non-traditional student population. Candidate should have high comfort level with technology, and the ability to quickly learn new systems.
Coordinator, Media/AV Hospitality & Event Services (part-time) 511061 Hospitality and Event Services
Provides high quality customer service in a professional manner through technical support and coordination for all events on campus as assigned. The part time position is responsible for ensuring successful media and audio visual (A/V) and sound support for both internal and external clients. The position supports in person events, hybrid events, and virtual events.
Alumni & Donor Relations Coordinator (Part-time) 511035 Alumni & Donor Relations
The Alumni & Donor Relations Coordinator will assist in executing event logistics and donor relations and stewardship projects. They will work with the Executive Director of Alumni & Donor Relations and the Events & Stewardship Managers to determine strategies and priorities. They support event planning and volunteer activities for school and college programming. This position will also assist stewardship in tracking reports, thank you notes, ordering gifts, compiling packages for development officers to give to donors, and reviewing lists for donor relations mail merges. Provide Strategic Support and Coordination for School & College-Based Events: 1. Track signature events and meetings, as needed: Departmental Anniversary Events, College Appreciation Nights, Advisory Board meetings. 2. Create nametags for events; coordinate event check-in. 3. Assist event manager delivery of items, coordination of volunteer timelines. 4. Ensure coding of relevant events is completed and follow up communication lists are ready. Assist with Donor Stewardship initiatives: 1. Create endowment certificates and track process. 2. Track donor recognition gifts. 3. Enter thank you notes into Advance database on donor records. 4. Track Reports and prepare lists for mail-merges with excel. Other event and office support: 1. Monitor Alumni Office Email/Voicemail and respond to or forward inquiries from alumni in a timely manner. 2. Assist other Alumni staff members with office administrative work, i.e. make copies of agendas, prepare meeting materials. 3. Create online photo galleries post-events, share with development team for them to forward to relevant donors.

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