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Part-time Facilities Business Operations Assistant 522586 Facilities Business Operation
The position provides business operations varied administrative support to the facilities department. The position has strong customer service functionality and requires extensive computer and financial skills to assist with the management of payment of university utilities. The Facilities Business Operations Assistant will perform a variety of administrative tasks, which may include managing phones and emails, receptionist duties, analyzing and reviewing utility bills to ensure the prompt and accurate payment of the university’s $10M utility expenses. They must be able to visualize the big picture independently with minimal supervision and direction, anticipate needs of Facilities staff, and work well with a range of personalities. Strong organizational, communication, multi-tasking, and proofreading skills are essential.
RHSA Associate Director - Academic Programs, Curriculum & Experiential Learning 522070 River Hawk Scholars Academy
The River Hawk Scholars Academy (RHSA) Associate Director leads the academic programs, curriculum development, & experiential learning efforts within RHSA. One primary responsibility of this position is to partner with academic departments and faculty to create innovative, technology-enhanced, equity-driven curricular and co-curricular experiences for the first-generation college students in RHSA. A second primary responsibility is to teach at least three RHSA-designated courses per year – including experiential learning courses (such as study abroad). A third primary responsibility is to lead and/or support some of RHSA’s signature academic and experiential learning programs, including Roads to Research, Social Impact Fellowships, and the annual FIRST conference for first-generation students. This position is funded for 2.5 years by a grant and aims to enhance the educational achievement of first-generation college students by providing enriching, student-centered academic programs and resources. There is the potential for continuation beyond 2.5 years depending on funding.
University Police Officer - Academy Trained (multiple positions) 523111 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. Women and underrepresented minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.
Director, Laboratory Systems - Facilities 523114 Facilities Operations&Services
This position reports to the Associate Vice Chancellor, Facilities Management and will work closely with leadership under the Vice Chancellor of Research and Innovation. This position will serve as the primary liaison with researchers, Environmental Health & Safety, and Facilities to develop and manage programs and processes for successful research operations, efficient space utilization, and effective equipment and lab system maintenance on the UMass Lowell campus. They will coordinate a range of maintenance and service support activities for laboratory and research spaces, lab equipment, and connected building systems. They will blend their technical knowledge of facilities, research and lab safety with strong interpersonal skills to build a collaborative and synergistic environment and maintenance program for research facilities that supports ongoing growth of the research mission of the university.
Assistant Director of Capital Projects (Internal Only) 523034 Facilities Management
This being an internal opportunity, only current UML Employees, irrespective of Bargaining units are eligible to apply for this position. The Assistant Director of Capital Projects will provide leadership and administrative support to the entire capital projects group within Facilities Management’s Planning, Design, and Construction (PD&C) department. As a member of the PD&C leadership team, the Assistant Director of Capital Projects will assist the Director of Capital Projects to develop, update, and implement standards and procedures to ensure continuity and consistency of project delivery, perform administrative tasks for the capital program, mentor staff and help cultivate collegial and collaborative working relationships between all members of the campus community. The Assistant Director of Capital Projects will serve as the primary supervisor to assigned project management staff and will provide support and assistance as needed for delivering all projects on time, in budget and aligned with campus strategies and initiatives. This position may also manage a small portfolio of projects on their own. In general, it is expected that this position may manage multiple technically complex assignments simultaneously. They will demonstrate their understanding of campus policy, procedure, and expectations by serving as a role model for other employees in all that they do.
Director, The Solution Center (Internal Only) 523031 Solution Center
This being an internal opportunity, only current UML Employees, irrespective of Bargaining units are eligible to apply for this position.  The Solution Center offers integrated student services to support the financial aid, registration and student billing functions, and partners with our academic services advising teams in the Centers for Learning, Advising, and Student Success to create a multi-service, student centric operation to support students’ overall success. In addition, the Solution Center plays a key role in admissions events and in supporting newly accepted students as it relates to financial aid and facilitating financial planning sessions for new students as part of the on-boarding process. The Solution Center creates a culture of student service by assisting students with professional staff uniquely trained to render full-service assistance and excellent customer care using the university’s CRM implementation achieving the university’s enrollment goals, establishing and building a service team to improve retention of existing students, and helping the team to adopt and implement industry best practices and to use the university CRM to drive best results.  The Director will be responsible for providing leadership and full management of The Solution Center. The Director will work with the associate director to hire, train and supervise professional and support staff responsible for delivering quality student service. Other primary responsibilities include fostering a strong culture of student services, team-building, direction and goal setting of The Solution Center, implementation of policies and procedures, providing interpretation and compliance of various academic policies, federal/state and institutional policies, ensuring timely and accurate information through various communications strategies, and leading continuous improvement in the delivery and experience of student services through the use of technology and staff.
Sports Performance Assistant 523085 Athletic Programs
Under the direction of the Assistant Athletics Director for Sports Performance, the Sports Performance Coach is responsible for oversight of the strength and conditioning program for all teams as assigned.
Assistant Professor - Electrical & Computer Engineering 522632 Electrical & Computer Eng
The Francis College of Engineering is searching for outstanding candidates for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering with expertise in the effects of space weather on the ionosphere and on critical space and terrestrial infrastructure such as communication, navigation, and power systems.
Assistant Coach - Women's Basketball 522955 Athletic Programs
The Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach provides assistance in all phases of coaching the Division I women’s basketball program including: student-athlete recruitment, game preparation, player evaluation, academic coordination and practice and game coaching. Also provide administrative support as assigned.
Assistant Professor of Spanish Literature, Lower Division Spanish Program Coordinator 522998 World Languages and Cultures
The Department of World Languages and Cultures at the University of Massachusetts Lowell is hiring to fill a tenure-track faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor of Spanish in 18th Century Spanish Peninsular literature. The successful candidate will serve as the Lower Division Spanish Language Program Coordinator, starting in September 2024.
Admissions Counselor (multiple positions) 522999 Undergrad Admissions
An Admissions Counselor is responsible for traditional admissions responsibilities that will enhance the recruitment and yield efforts of the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. General admissions responsibilities include: in-person, as well as virtual travel for school visits, parent/student programming, college fairs, conducting information sessions, virtual recruitment opportunities including virtual school visits, virtual college fairs, virtual panel discussions, and webinars, as well as reading, evaluating and summarizing applications for admission. Admissions Counselors must have the ability to effectively manage a recruitment territory that will include outreach, recruiting and yielding high-achieving students, under-represented students, local, and out-of-state students.
Assistant to the Dean of Student Affairs and Experiential Learning (Internal Only) 523000 Student Affairs
This being an internal opportunity, only current UML Employees, irrespective of Bargaining units are eligible to apply for this position. The Assistant to the Dean of Student Affairs and Experiential Learning has a thorough understanding of the priorities and expectations of the Dean of Student Affairs and Experiential Learning, and takes these into account when establishing, organizing, and prioritizing activities. The individual strategizes and advises on university communications, meetings/travel schedules, regarding the Dean's role as it applies to each situation; and assists with the development of agendas for committee and standing meetings, tracks action items, coordinates follow up as necessary, and initiates policies and procedures to achieve maximum efficiency. The incumbent reviews communication materials and ensures that the Dean of Student Affairs and Experiential Learning is fully briefed on relevant issues and has all background and supporting materials for each engagement. The Assistant to the Dean of Student Affairs and Experiential Learning also represents Academic and Student Affairs to a wide spectrum of students, faculty, staff, families and distinguished visitors, exercising sound judgment, tact, and the utmost discretion. The incumbent serves as a liaison to administrative units throughout the university, the college administration and the faculty. The Assistant to the Dean of Student Affairs and Experiential Learning manages communication and customer service for student related issues supported by a team of professional and student staff supervisees.
Assistant Director of Life Safety 523024 Life Safety & Emergency Mangmt
The Assistant Director of Life Safety meets campus and legal expectations regarding protection of life, property, and assets. This position provides direction and oversight of life safety, life safety systems, building and infrastructure code compliance, for all campus buildings, properties, and infrastructure. Directs the development, implementation, and maintenance of the university wide life safety systems. Responsibility for life safety systems, public safety inspections and support programs assuring properly functioning as designed and maintained to engineered standards deemed essential to safeguard the greater university community of academic, research, residential, office, and landscape environments. Reports to Executive Director Environmental Health & Safety.
Director - NCAA Compliance 523025 Athletic Programs
Under the direction of the Associate Athletic Director for Compliance, the Director of NCAA Compliance will assist and oversee specified areas within the day-to-day activities of a Division I compliance program.
Dean, Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences 522946 Fine Arts Humanities & Soc Sci
The University of Massachusetts Lowell (UMass Lowell) seeks a visionary, creative, and inspirational leader for the position of Dean of the College of Fine Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences. As one of the top 100 public universities in the country and the No. 1 ranked public university in Massachusetts (WSJ) with deep and mutually reinforcing ties to the technological and cultural nexus of Greater Boston, UMass Lowell has enjoyed dramatic growth in student applications, research funding and private giving over the past eight years.
Faculty Part-time - School of Education (multiple positions) 522834 School of Education
The School of Education in the College of Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences seeks applicants for various adjunct positions for the 2024-2025 academic year. Courses available are at the graduate levels (i.e. Master's and Doctoral).
Faculty Part-time - BA ED or UTeach Programs 522835 School of Education
The School of Education at the University of Massachusetts Lowell is seeking a highly motivated and experienced individual to join our team as an adjunct instructor in our undergraduate licensure programs, including our Bachelor of Education, Elementary and Moderate Disabilities program and UTeach STEM teaching minor program. The successful candidate will be responsible for teaching on-campus, face-to-face classes to undergraduate students.
Faculty Part-time – Information Technology (multiple positions) 522922 Grad & Professional Studies
The Miner School of Computer & Information Sciences at the University of Massachusetts Lowell invites applications for: Adjunct Professors (who teach 1-2 courses per year) to teach in our online Information Technology degree programs (associate and bachelor programs) offered through the Division of Graduate, Online & Professional Studies. Courses are available at the undergraduate level. Successful candidates will demonstrate passionate engagement in their own practice, research, and scholarly activities, as well as relevant teaching experience. The Miner School currently offers a diverse array of courses on topics including but not limited to: Networking, Principles of Information Security, Operating Systems, Cloud Computing, and different programming languages. The University of Massachusetts Lowell is committed to increasing diversity in its faculty, staff, and student populations. The University seeks candidates who can contribute to that goal. We encourage you to apply and identify your strengths in this area.
GPS Support Specialist (part-time/temporary) 522853 Grad & Professional Studies
The Graduate, Online & Professional Studies team is seeking a part-time Support Specialist. This role is vital to supporting the needs of the Undergraduate & Graduate admissions, recruitment, advising, and student services teams through various administrative tasks, customer service and student support. A strong desire to provide top-tier customer service is a must. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to; answering phones, processing paperwork related to student applications, processing registrations for non-matriculated students, entering transfer credit information, answering emails, updating and maintaining student records.
Program Assistant (temporary/part-time) 522876 AsianAmerican Ctr Exc&Engagemt
The University of Massachusetts Lowell recently received through the U.S. Department of Education, the Asian American Native American Pacific Islander Serving Institutions (AANAPISI) grant, which aims to mitigate AAPI students’ barriers to educational achievement by enhancing institutional programs and services. The AANAPISI Program Assistant is a temporary, part-time, non-benefitted position working 18 hours a week. This role will be responsible for assisting in coordinating outreach and recruitment efforts to AAPI students, promote UMass Lowell’s AANAPISI program, and supports the mission and goals of the AANAPISI five-year grant funded program.  The aim is to increase AAPI college degree attainment and overall student success. The AANAPISI Program Assistant collaborates with the Project Director, Program Coordinators, and campus partners to implement educational programs, provide culturally appropriate direct services to the AACEE student cohort program such as personal, cultural support and collaborate on facilitating career preparedness, student wellbeing and wellness, financial awareness & literacy, and identity development topics. This is a grant-funded, temporary, part time, non-benefitted position. Continued employment is contingent upon grant funding. Position is in-person. Employment term duration: May 2024 – December 2024

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