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Researcher - EEAS (Internal Only) 514517 Envir Earth&Atmos.Sciences
This being an internal opportunity, only current UML Employees, irrespective of Bargaining units are eligible to apply for this position. The position is to perform research determining line shape parameters and other physical quantities to aid in the reduction of remotely sensed spectroscopic data. The applications will be for atmospheres of Earth, Mars and Venus and to the study of exoplanet atmospheres.
Athletic Facilities Assistant (part-time) 514745 Athletic Programs
The Athletic Facilities and Events Operation staff currently oversees the following athletic campus facilities: Costello Athletic Center, Cushing Soccer and Lacrosse Field, Cushing Field Hockey and Track & Field Complex, River View Softball Field, Mahoney Gymnasium, Edward A. LeLacheur Park.
Sponsored International Student Coordinator 514595 Grad & Professional Studies
The Sponsored International Student Coordinator will offer support to the academic departments and the ISSO by providing customer service, advising, prescreening, and programing planning and coordination related to all sponsored international students enrolled at UMass Lowell in nonimmigrant visa classifications. This position will also serve as one of the ISSO liaisons with sponsoring agencies, embassies, and other institutions sponsoring international students at UMass Lowell.
Assistant Director - Student Activities and Leadership (Internal Only) 514653 Student Affairs
This being an internal opportunity, only current UML Employees, irrespective of Bargaining units are eligible to apply for this position.  The primary responsibilities of the Assistant Director pertain to the enrichment of the co-curricular experience at UMass Lowell. This role establishes and maintains an active, highly-visible, and deeply-engaged presence to sustain and grow strong collaborative relationships with student leaders, faculty, and staff. This position enriches the quality of life on campus through the development of community building, celebration of traditions, and student advisement. Oversight of the Program Board, late night/summer programming space and advising of approximately 60 clubs are key roles for this position. In addition, this position will work specifically to develop students’ self-awareness, leadership, and self-advocacy through oversight of their work with clubs and organizations in developing and executing programs for various audiences throughout the University.
M2D2 IMPACT Innovation Activation Manager (Internal Only) 514692 Entrepreneurship&EconDevelopmt
This being an internal opportunity, only current UML Employees, irrespective of Bargaining units are eligible to apply for this position.  The M2D2 IMPACT Innovation Activation Manager is a benefited full-time position through October 31, 2022 with the possibility of renewal. The position will be responsible for connecting program participants with resources needed to move their early stage technology toward commercialization, tracking metrics, and reporting out.
Department Assistant - History (Internal Only) 514698 History
This being an internal opportunity, only current UML Employees, irrespective of Bargaining units are eligible to apply for this position. Provide administrative support to History Department Chairperson and faculty, maintain department records, and assist students.
Assistant Coach - Men's Lacrosse 514701 Athletic Programs
The Assistant Coach of Men’s Lacrosse assists with the organization and supervision of all aspects of the Men’s Lacrosse team within the parameters designated by the university, the America East Conference and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).
Faculty Part-time - Entrepreneurship 514702 Mktg Entr & Innovation
The Department of Marketing Entrepreneurship & Innovation at the University of Massachusetts Lowell invites applications for Adjunct Professors (standard teaching load 1-2 courses per semester). The successful candidates will be expected to begin work in September 2022 and assist in teaching Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Business. The course load for Fall 2022 is two sections on a MWF morning schedule
Associate Instructional Technologist (Internal Only) 514721 Instructional Technology
This being an internal opportunity, only current UML Employees, irrespective of Bargaining units are eligible to apply for this position.  The Associate Instructional Technologist, a technical staff member reporting to the Manager of Instructional Technology Services, will assist with integration of technology into the academic curriculum. Work is often performed in conjunction with a senior staff member. The Associate Instructional Technologist will support the deployment of academic technology solutions to enhance teaching and learning outcomes. Supported technologies will include: Personal Response Systems, Lecture Capture Platform, Smart Podiums, video, videoconferencing platforms, Learning Management Systems, multi-media applications, mobile devices, classroom computer systems, and computer labs. Duties include responding to support requests and development of documentation for faculty, staff and students regarding the proper use of instructional technologies.
River Hawk Scholars Academy Success Coach & Outreach Specialist 514635 River Hawk Scholars Academy
The University of Massachusetts Lowell recently received a grant which aims to mitigate first-generation students’ barriers to educational achievement by enhancing institutional programs and services. The RHSA Academic Coach & Outreach Specialist meets with students for one-on-one coaching; communicates with students and supports them directly when they either self-identify to schedule an appointment or are identified through early alert systems, RHSA internal reporting structures, or retention campaigns; and contributes to RHSA programmatic offerings in the form of academic skill-building workshops and other key RHSA programming.  The RHSA Academic Coach & Outreach Specialist is a core member of the RHSA team and will participate in weekly team meetings, providing perspective on the program and insights about the students we serve with a special focus on at-risk student populations and underrepresented minorities.  They will also gather data RHSA collects through its Peer and Team Leader program and other programs, organize that data, and translate that data into actionable outreach that they will then perform and track.  They will coordinate and collaborate regularly with Academic Services, especially the Centers for Learning, Advising & Student Success and the Career & Co-op Center.  This is a grant-funded position for 2 years with the potential for continuation beyond 2 years.
Program Associate - Climate Change Initiative 514640 Envir Earth&Atmos.Sciences
The UMass Lowell Climate Change Initiative (CCI), the Rist Institute for Sustainability and Energy and Environmental Science Department are hiring a Program Associate to bring climate and energy research and communication tools and insights to students, communities, and leaders across the US to empower them to address climate change. This position is full-time for one year and may be extended based on successful performance and the availability of funding. It includes a generous benefits package and would be a good fit for someone highly motivated to use their skills in communications, analysis, and project support to make an important difference in the world.
Postdoctoral Research Associate - Microbiology & Immunology - Biomedical & Nutritional Sciences 514637 Biomed & Nutritional Sciences
This is a special position funded by the NIH and foundation grants that seek talented postdoctoral fellow interested in pursuing an academic career in biomedical science. The project involves host responses following interaction with microbes/pathogens associated with inflammatory diseases. Special consideration will be given to fellows with expertise in biochemistry, microbiology, cell biology. The fellow will use organoid-based disease models to determine the molecular mechanism of host pathways that regulate immune responses. The understanding of the crosstalk between microbe-epithelial cells and immune cells will be useful to know the disease mechanism and can be targeted to prevent the progression of chronic diseases. The fellow will identify the nutritional supplements that can prevent the progression of chronic diseases.
Postdoctoral Research Associate - Cell Biology - Biomedical & Nutritional Sciences 514638 Biomed & Nutritional Sciences
The interactions between immune cells, epithelium and stressors determine the inflammation status of a host. It is widely accepted that the chronic inflammation is linked to several metabolic diseases including inflammatory bowel disease, atherosclerosis, obesity, and cancers. In the current project, we will use the normal and tumor enteroid model where enteroids mimicking the in vivo epithelial cells will be isolated from human intestine after surgical resection or from the biopsies. Several microbial products will be used as a stressor to test their effect in the integrity of the gut barrier and micronutrients will be used to determine their preventive effect. If the gut barriers are disrupted, then the harmful components can cross the epithelial layer and can interact with phagocytes including macrophages. The role of macrophages will be assessed in different disease stages. Primarily the transcriptomic and proteomic datasets will be used, and the predicted candidates will be validated in the patient-derived blood monocytes and tissue specific macrophages. This study will advance our understanding of the role of epithelial-immune cell crosstalk in chronic diseases including cancers and enhance our ability to design new targeted therapy.
Operations/Program Assistant 514132 College Engineering
Reporting to the Sr. Assistant to the Dean and IUCRC Technical Program Manager, this staff member will provide operational and programmatic support for college-based initiatives and the Windstar/SHAP3D Centers. This position is a split between the college (60%), Windstar (10%) and SHAP3D (30%). The staff member may be assigned priority tasks to smooth out time-critical issues often encountered during beginning and end of semesters needs for the departments. On a routine basis, the staff member will work on projects that are identified by the dean and department chairs which are essential but not time-critical. The ideal candidate must be able to/willing and easily move between the college and centers. S/he - They must be a highly motivated, innovative individual, who possesses keen attention to detail, a mastery of all UML platforms (PeopleSoft, Summit, HRDirect, PageUp, JobHawk, Buyways, T&E, Office365) and enjoys an ever-changing, fast-paced work environment.
Assistant Director, Experiential Learning Signature Programs 514573 Career Services
The Assistant Director, Experiential Learning & Signature Programs will work closely with faculty and staff, on- and off-campus mentors, as well as undergraduate students to oversee experiential learning signature programs for undergraduates, specifically Immersive Scholars (UROC) and the River Hawk Experience Distinction. The Assistant Director will provide both strategic planning and implementation and will work collaboratively across the Divisions of Academic & Student Affairs and Research & Innovation to coordinate key initiatives for undergraduate student success.
Director of Basketball Operations – Women’s Basketball 514527 Athletic Programs
The Director of Basketball Operations assists with the organization and supervision of all logistical aspects of the Women’s Basketball Team within the parameters designated by the university, the America East Conference and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).
Department Assistant - Electrical & Computer Engineering 514570 Electrical & Computer Eng
Provide administrative assistance to the Department Chair, Associate Chair and faculty to support the teaching research, service, orientations, graduation and outreach activities for the department. This includes maintaining the department office, establishing and maintaining files and records, directing work study students, and keeping office in good order. Some evening and weekend hours will be necessary for College’s Programs and Events.
Assistant Coach - Women's Lacrosse 514523 Athletic Programs
The Assistant Coach of Women’s Lacrosse assists with the organization and supervision of all aspects of the Women’s Lacrosse team within the parameters designated by the university, the America East Conference and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).
Part-time Saab Center Office Assistant 514525 World Languages and Cultures
Under immediate supervision of the center director, serves as initial office contact for students, faculty, researchers, staff, etc. Responsible for all budget inquiries and transactions, including transfers, deposits, reimbursements and general expenses. The principal emphasis is on performing office duties consistent with center practices, monitoring the needs of the Center and keeping center director updated on all relevant issues. Provides support to University Advancement liaison to the Center.
Athletic Marketing and Promotions Assistant (part-time) 514529 Athletic Programs
UMass Lowell, a Division I institution with 16 varsity sports and a member of the America East and Hockey East Conferences, is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Marketing and Promotions Assistant. The Marketing and Promotions Assistant will develop, implement and manage all promotional efforts for assigned sports including student and community outreach, game day atmosphere and hospitality events.

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