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GPS Scheduling and Contracts Specialist (part-time/temporary) 516189 Grad & Professional Studies
The GPS Scheduling & Enrollment Management team is seeking a part-time scheduling and contracts specialist. This position supports the needs scheduling and contracts management through various administrative tasks, which help the overall flow of business operations through the academic and fiscal years.  This is a temporary, part-time, non-benefited, non-unit position.
Senior Assistant Director of Campus Tours & Enrollment Events 516173 Enrollment Services
The Senior Assistant Director of Campus Tours & Enrollment Events works with perspective students starting with their campus visit experience via Campus Tours, as well as assisting with the Admissions Open Houses, Welcome Days and additional Enrollment Events. In addition, data tracking and analysis of the various events will be compiled by the Senior Assistant Director to identify trends, ensure appropriate staffing levels and to aid in the logistical planning. The Senior Assistant Director of Campus Tours & Enrollment Events will implement all trainings for and development of Campus Tour Guides and Campus Tour Captains. The Senior Assistant Director will report directly to the Senior Director of Orientation & Enrollment Events.
University Police Officer - Academy Trained (Multiple Positions) 508328 University Police
The University of Massachusetts Lowell Police Department is a full-service police agency that serves the University Community and operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week. University Police Officers perform a full range of police duties to insure the safety and security of the University community and property.
Communication Dispatcher II 510953 University Police
The Communications Dispatcher II performs a variety of duties involving transmitting messages from the radio communications base station.  S/he monitors various radio frequencies and operates radio transmitting and receiving equipment.  S/he will maintain records and logs of department daily activities, search files to obtain information, utilize information equipment in order to facilitate law enforcement and community care taking goals and missions. All finalists will be required to present the following documents: Birth Certificate, High School Diploma or G.E.D. Certificate and Driver's License.
Professor and Department Chair of Chemistry 515987 Chemistry
The University of Massachusetts Lowell invites applications for the position of Chair to lead a well-established and active Department of Chemistry. The UMass Lowell Department of Chemistry seeks a visionary Chair with a record of academic and research achievement in chemistry, biochemistry or polymer chemistry to supervise and maintain departmental academic activities while continuing their own independent research program. The successful candidate will be a nationally-prominent academic leader with an established record of excellence in research, education, and mentorship that can promote a culture of innovation, collaboration, respect and integrity. The University of Massachusetts Lowell is a leading, public, research university in the greater Boston area and has a national reputation in science, engineering and technology for solving real world problems. The Department of Chemistry has 27 full-time faculty (19 active researchers and 8 teaching professors) with 3 support staff and offers an ACS-approved B.S. in Chemistry (ca. 150 students) and has very active M.S. and Ph.D. programs (ca. 80 graduate students). The appointee will be provided a competitive start-up package, have access to high-end research equipment and have the opportunity to collaborate with numerous research-active colleagues from various science and engineering departments (Biology, Physics, Chemical Engineering, etc.) and research centers (e.g., Nanofabrication Center, Fabric Discovery Center, Center for Energy Innovation, UMass Med-UMass Lowell NeuroNexus Imaging Center, etc.).
Capital Budget Analyst 516115 Budget and Financial Planning
Reporting to the Budget Analyst, Payroll & Position Management, the Capital Budget Analyst is a key member of the Budget and Financial Planning and Financial Services team providing operational and analytical support for the University’s extensive capital budget and facilities improvement program. The Capital Budget Analyst will manage budgeting for campus capital projects funded from all sources including campus operating and capital funds, the University of Massachusetts Building Authority (UMBA), state funds, gifts, and other internal and external sources. The position will develop and maintain routine management level and executive level reports on project budgets, expenditures and project progress and will work closely with campus Facilities Management, the campus Controllers Office, UMBA, the President’s Office and state agencies to ensure accurate and timely capital project set-up and reporting. The Office of Budget & Financial Planning is responsible for analyzing, posting, maintaining, and monitoring all budgets at UMass Lowell, with the exception of sponsored project budgets.  The Office is responsible for the development and implementation of the annual operating budget and assists in the development and implementation of capital budgets for the campus.  The Office provides support to university administrators and its departments in developing and implementing short and long-range financial plans for the campus.  It prepares reports on a regular basis for the Chancellor, campus managers and for the President’s Office. The Office also provides support to the end-user community in PeopleSoft processing and reporting and for assistance with general budget and finance related questions.
Vice Chancellor for University Relations 516178 University Relations
The University of Massachusetts Lowell seeks a creative, experienced and innovative marketing and communications leader to serve as its next Vice Chancellor for University Relations. Reporting directly to the Chancellor and serving as a member of the university’s Executive Cabinet, the Vice Chancellor for University Relations is responsible for developing and implementing comprehensive marketing and communications strategies designed to tell the university’s stories and articulate a narrative that elevates its reputation and enhances its brand.
Director, Equal Opportunity & Outreach/Compliance 513412 Equal Opp & Outreach
The Director, Equal Opportunity & Outreach/Compliance manages the operations of the Office of Equal Opportunity and Outreach, including the status of the investigations and provides guidance and support to the Equal Opportunity and Outreach personnel in all civil rights matters, including but not limited to Title IX, ADA /504. Serves as the senior investigator for complaints related to potential violations of the 'University’s nondiscrimination and harassment and other related policies. In consultation with the Associate Vice Chancellor provides assistance, advice, and counsel to the University community regarding civility, nondiscrimination matters, and reviews the office's policies and procedures to ensure they are current and based on best practices. In collaboration with the Associate Vice Chancellor develops and delivers equal opportunity programs and initiatives to provide information and education to the community and to enhance the employees and students' knowledge and understanding in these areas to assist the university in fostering an environment that is welcoming, respectful, and safe for all. Works with members of the Human Resources, Equal Opportunity & Outreach team, and other campus partners.
CRF Thermal Mechanical Properties (TMP) & Plastics Engineering Technologist 515756 Core Research Facilities
This Position is a dual report between the Thermal Mechanical Properties Core lab overseen by the Core Research Facilities (CRF) and the Plastics Engineering Department. CRF Thermal and Mechanical Properties (TMP) Lab: Assist in the daily operation of the TMP, a Core Research Facility at UMass Lowell, offering training and services to students, faculty, and external users on a fee-for-service basis. This operation includes: Thermogravimetric Analyzer (TGA), Differential Scanning Calorimeter (DSC), Dynamic Mechanical Analyzer (DMA), and Instron Universal Testing Machine (UTM). The responsibilities of the TMP Lab Manager include performing thermal and mechanical analyses of routine and research samples in collaboration with faculty and commercial clients, developing TMP experiments and methodologies, training new TMP instrument users, and the assisting in and the implementing of the preventive and corrective maintenance program and supplies inventory for the TMP laboratory. This job includes equivalent responsibilities as outlined above for equipment maintenance & operation, training and advising of faculty, students, external users, service work and analysis. Plastics Engineering: Perform a wide variety of administrative, lab equipment instruction, equipment installation, equipment maintenance/modification and technical duties and other tasks related to specific and sophisticated plastics processing and testing equipment and machinery. Assist faculty and students in technical laboratory projects, troubleshooting, and diagnosing equipment problems. Supervise students in use of plastics processing, testing, and characterization equipment. Perform duties in the Department of Plastics Engineering which require a high degree of technical and/or engineering competence. Provide lab instruction, supervision, and technical support for the plastics engineering undergraduate laboratories, graduate research laboratories and the department's computer systems.
Graduation & Academic Progression Specialist 516082 Office of the Registrar
The Office of the Registrar is the official keeper of academic records and is committed to the highest level of service. The Office of the Registrar is also responsible for registration services, scheduling, academic progression, graduation, administrative operations and reporting. As a primary information resource for students and faculty this office actively seeks ways to effectively communicate and to inform students of their rights, responsibilities and academic procedures in an effort to support students’ success. In collaboration with the Associate Registrar for Academic Progression, the position will work with academic departments and Graduate Student Services to support the academic progression of students and timely degree completion. This position will be a member of the academic progression team which focuses on building efficiencies and utilizing technology to support the development of the advising report and graduation tracking.
Faculty Part-time – Civil & Environmental Engineering 516113 Civil & Environmental Eng
The Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at the University of Massachusetts Lowell invites applications for an Adjunct Professor in the Spring 2023 semester.
Career Advisor (I or II) 515883 Career Services
The mission of Career Services and Cooperative Education is to help students successfully transition from their academic pursuits to their career goals by promoting and facilitating career education, exploration of options and connections with employers. The Career Advisor will focus on the following primary activities: • Advise students & alumni on a wide range of career issues • Develop and facilitate career development workshops and programs, including a strategic focus on scaling efforts to impact specific student populations • Engage campus partners to support the career development of our students • Serve as liaison to several academic departments • Contribute to the administration of the department and ongoing marketing efforts The University of Massachusetts 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 and encourage you to apply and to identify your strengths in this area.
Coordinator of Admissions Operations 516011 Undergrad Admissions
The Coordinator of Admissions Operations reports to the Senior Associate Director of Admissions Operations and is responsible for traditional admissions processing responsibilities that will enhance efforts of the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Primary responsibilities include processing prospective student information, inquiry cards, applications, transcripts, test scores, and other materials related to the admissions process to ensure integrity of all student data provided. Staff member will be responsible for assisting in the processing of over 15,000 applications received annually. Specific projects will be assigned according to previous experience and office needs.
Faculty Part-time - Digital Media – Screenwriting 516068 Art and Design
The Digital Media program at UMass Lowell is seeking an adjunct faculty to instruct to teach a course in screenwriting during the Spring semester of 2023 semester. A candidate must have a terminal degree or professional experience equivalent to a terminal degree with a minimum of one year of demonstrated experience in teaching screenwriting courses. An MA, MFA, terminal degree in a related field, or professional experience equivalent to a terminal degree is required. Successful candidates should have substantial experience in writing for screen or theater and demonstrated excellence in teaching at college level.
Faculty Part-time, Digital Media – Production Management/Producing for Film 516069 Art and Design
The Digital Media program at UMass Lowell is seeking an adjunct faculty to instruct to teach a course in Producing for Film during the Spring of 2023 semester. A candidate must have a terminal degree or professional experience equivalent to a terminal degree with a minimum of one year of demonstrated experience in teaching courses related to producing for film, television or other media.
Supervisor - Museum Education 516006 Tsongas Industrial History Ctr
The Museum Education Supervisor is a member of the Tsongas Industrial History Center management team. This position is responsible for ensuring high-quality museum education through monitoring the teaching effectiveness of 25-30 part-time museum teaching staff and contributing to improvements to TIHC education programs.
Senior Salesforce Developer 515928 Enterprise Applications
UMass Lowell is committed to a Salesforce “Connected Campus” strategy. It is one of Information Technology’s top initiatives and we seek a motivated professional to join our dynamic Enterprise Applications team. We have an exciting portfolio of Salesforce and partner technologies, including Sales Cloud, Service Cloud, Student Success Hub, Communities, TargetX, FormAssembly, Schedule Once and SMS Magic. The Senior Salesforce Developer in the Office of Information Technology works closely with the Director of Enterprise Applications and collaboratively with the Enterprise Applications team to develop and administer Salesforce solutions for the entire UMass Lowell campus. The principal function of this job is to implement and support large scale, enterprise-class solutions on Salesforce and the associated ecosystem.  The Senior Salesforce Developer delivers best practice technical solutions in support of business requirements.
Employment Systems Specialist - Human Resources 515998 Human Resources
The Employment Systems Specialist works in partnership with the Director of Talent Management & Employee Relations & the Employment Services team on a wide range of employment functions, diverse and complex in scope. This position provides overall recruitment and staffing support for the university, including onboarding new hires, and troubleshooting/resolving system issues with our background check vendor, applicant tracking system, and HR system. The position will deliver solutions and services that support employment processes, data solutions, and applicant tracking system support, as well as provide end-user support, systems troubleshooting and be responsible for data integrity and auditing. The position will also advise and collaborate on future system enhancements and design through assessment, configuration, implementation, rollout, and administration of new user features. The ideal candidates should be service-oriented, empathetic and eager to learn and grow as an HR professional. The specialist is expected to demonstrate exceptional customer service by establishing and maintaining effective professional relationships with team members, faculty, students, staff, and all customers in order to understand those units and their HR needs, while maintaining confidentiality of sensitive information with tact and discretion. Possibilities for remote/hybrid work available.
Senior Project Manager - Construction (SPM-C) 516013 Project Management & Planning
The Senior Project Manager – Construction (SPM-C) is responsible for delivering all assigned projects (varying in size and type from new construction, renovations, renewals and infrastructure projects) on time and within budget and aligned with campus strategies and initiatives. In general, it is expected that this position will manage multiple technically complex projects simultaneously. This position will use their technical knowledge to support fellow project managers. They will demonstrate their understanding of campus policy, procedure and expectation by serving as a role model for other employees in all that they do.
Electrician I 516017 Facilities Operations&Services
Incumbents in this series test, repair, install and/or maintain various types of electrical systems and equipment; troubleshoot electrical and related equipment; maintain adequate inventory of equipment and materials; inspect the work of outside contractors; and determine materials and/or equipment necessary for a job and on-the-job procedure changes. The basic purpose of this work is to ensure the safe and adequate functioning of electrical systems and equipment

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