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Program Administrator – Physical Therapy and Kinesiology 505929 Physical Therapy & Kinesiology
The Program Administrator provides academic program, fiscal, and other support to the Department of Physical Therapy and Kinesiology by working with the department chair, program coordinators, faculty, students, and the University community.
Department Assistant - Civil & Environmental Engineering 508108 Civil Engineering
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.
Department Assistant- Electrical & Computer Engineering 508109 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.
Postdoctoral Research Associate - Plastics Engineering 508111 Plastics Engineering
The Masato and Sobkowicz-Kline labs in the Francis College of Engineering at University of Massachusetts Lowell have an opening for a talented and motivated postdoctoral researcher to join a Department of Energy funded research project. The research will focus on establishing the chemical conversion and processing technologies to transform post-industrial and post-consumer plastic film waste into rigid injection molded plastic products. Regular responsibilities of the position include leading research projects, drafting manuscripts and progress reports, and mentoring graduate students. The term of the position will be two year supported by a Department of Energy grant, and extendable based on mutual agreement. The applicant must have a Ph.D. in plastics, mechanical, industrial, or polymer engineering, or related discipline. The successful candidate should have a strong background in polymer processing technologies, process control and polymer characterization. An applicant with knowledge process control for manufacturing and data analysis is also encouraged to apply. Any questions about the position should be directed to Assistant Professor Davide Masato, Davide_Masato@uml.edu.
GPS CRM Business Analyst 508155 Grad & Professional Studies
The GPS CRM Business Analyst is one of the key technical and operational staff, for the division of Graduate, Online and Professional Studies, supporting the UML Enterprise Salesforce platform. The Analyst is responsible for assuring that the division has developed and deployed Salesforce through each stage of the broad business lifecycle as it relates to the work in the division (lead generation and business development through recruitment/admissions/enrollment and post-graduation follow-up). The GPS CRM Business Analyst will take a lead role in new use implementation, maintenance, and optimization, supporting operations, reporting from Salesforce, providing Salesforce training and support to division staff, creating dashboards and reports, and working with University staff on integrations and upgrades.
Maintenance Working Foreman (Potential Multiple Positions) (Internal Only) 508063 Facilities Operations&Services
This being an internal opportunity, only current UML Employees, irrespective of Bargaining units are eligible to apply for this position. At the University's discretion, possible shifts include: 1st Shift: S-Th 5 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. M-F 5 a.m. - 1 :30 p.m. T-Sat a.m. - 1:30 p.m. 2nd Shift: M-F 1:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. Position series oversees and participates in the work of employees engaged in the upkeep, maintenance and repair of buildings and related structures and maintain records of work progress, materials and equipment used, etc.; and perform related work as required. The basic purpose if this is to oversee and participate in the upkeep, maintenance and repair of state buildings and related structures.
Greeley Peace Scholar Events Coordinator 508066 Fine Arts Humanities & Soc Sci
The Greeley Peace Scholar Board seeks an Events Coordinator. This is a part-time 12-month position (for up to two years), for an average of 10 hours per week.
Researcher (Postdoctoral) (Temporary) – Mechanical Engineering – Modeling and Simulation of Solid Oxide Cells 506056 Mechanical Engineering
The successful candidate will use mulitscale and multiphysics model and experiment coupling method to explore fundamental transport and kinetic mechanisms of mixed conducting membranes, electrochemical/mechanical coupling of multilayer assembly operating under various chemical potential gradient. The specific application includes fuel cells, electrolysis cells, MIEC membrane reactors.
Systems Engineer - Cloud 508027 Systems Engineering
The Systems Engineer - Cloud is a highly technical staff member in the Systems Engineering group in Information technology. The Systems Engineer - Cloud is responsible for designing various computer information systems both for on-premises and cloud environments to meet the business needs of UMass Lowell’s operations. Specializing in Microsoft cloud solutions, including Azure and Microsoft 365, the Systems Engineer – Cloud is focused on maximizing benefit and value from the university’s investments in these platforms and technologies. The Systems Engineer - Cloud has a broad view of UMass Lowell’s information technology platforms residing in multiple locations as well as knowledge of the business processes and drivers that impact those technical platforms. As a lead designer on multiple projects, programs and systems, the Systems Engineer - Cloud is responsible for design, documentation and consulting on implementation of multi-vendor applications platforms. Under the direction of the Manager of Systems Engineering, the Systems Engineer - Cloud is a technically advanced staff member responsible for the adoption and assimilation of both new technologies and integration and optimization of existing investments in information technology. They are integral in the overall services delivered to all internal and external users of UMass Lowell’s IT infrastructure. In addition to efforts to modernize the operating environment to Microsoft Azure and other clouds, the Systems Engineer - Cloud will be responsible for assisting the overall team with existing on-premises applications infrastructure routinely and as required.
Senior Technology Services Technician (Promotional Opportunity) 508040 Information Technology
This being a promotional opportunity, only current UML Employees within the same Bargaining unit are eligible to apply for this position. As a leader in the Technology Services Team, the Senior Technology Services Technician is responsible for providing end-user facing services to optimize employees’ experience with the portfolio of services and technology offered at UMass Lowell by IT, as well as assisting and training student and less senior staff. Services are provided in a variety of mediums including face-to-face desk-side support, walk-up traffic, telephone or remote support and video conferencing.
Principal Workflow Platform Specialist (Promotional Opportunity) 508060 Technology Services
This being a promotional opportunity, only current UML Employees within the same Bargaining unit are eligible to apply for this position. The Principal Workflow Platform Specialist is responsible for the overall design, functionality, operation, integration, improvement and adoption of the IT workflow platform. The Principal Workflow Platform Specialist will work with IT service management leadership, service owners, subject matter experts, process owners, and various service delivery groups to develop technical solutions that satisfy the business needs of the university. They will be responsible for designing and configuring architectural solutions in the IT service management tool, and will be a key member of the overall IT team. As a subject matter expert and thought leader in the space, they will implement high-quality solutions based on industry best-practices, and will participate in all technical aspects of the workflow management and ticketing program. The Principal Workflow Platform Specialist will be responsible for ensuring that the IT Service Management toolset is aligned to meet customer needs and prioritized customer (client) experience, while balancing the experience of IT practitioners and those servicing the campus community.
Communication Dispatcher I (Multiple Positions) 508021 University Police
The Communications Dispatcher I 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.
Director, Student & Family Support Services (Promotional Opportunity) 508006 Residence Life
This being a promotional opportunity, only current UML Employees within the same Bargaining unit are eligible to apply for this position. The Director of Student & Family Support Services oversees the Student & Family Support Services Office and manages a complex and diverse portfolio of services designed to provide outreach, engagement, and support to families, students, and the surrounding community. The Director is responsible for all operations, administrative, and budgetary oversight of the office. The Director is also responsible for the visioning, development, and evolution of services and initiatives that directly impact student retention, success, and well-being.
Director of Residential Education (Promotional Opportunity) 508007 Residence Life
This being a promotional opportunity, only current UML Employees within the same Bargaining unit are eligible to apply for this position. The Director of Residential Education (DRE) is a critical member of the Residence Life Management team, and is responsible for the long range planning and development of a comprehensive Residence Life program which includes: the development and implementation of the Residential Curriculum, crisis management for 5,000 residential students, budget management, a robust Living-Learning Community Program, and the training and development 16+ professional staff, 10+ graduate staff and over 150 paraprofessional staff. The DRE provides strategic planning and oversight in professional development, leadership development, curriculum development, social justice, and academic support. The DRE supervises Associate Directors and support staff focused on Inclusion & Residential Leadership (including RHA & NRHH advising); Academic Partnerships (including Living-Learning Communities); and Staff Selection & Development.
Director of Housing (Promotional Opportunity) 508008 Residence Life
This being a promotional opportunity, only current UML Employees within the same Bargaining unit are eligible to apply for this position. The Director of Housing (DH) is a critical member of the Housing and Residence Life Management team, and is responsible for day-to-day operations of occupancy management within Housing and Residence Life during the academic year and summer months. Approximately 5,000 students live on campus during the academic year and all residence halls are in use for students and conference attendees during the summer. The DH provides strategic planning and oversight in Systems Administration, Operations, Events, Marketing, Technology and Customer Service for the Office of Residence Life, as well as, the direct supervision (Sr.) Associate Directors and indirect supervision of other support staff. The DH also works closely with enrollment management, financial aid and the Solution Center and is responsible for maintaining a 5-year housing occupancy projection model as well as residential dining revenue projections.
Faculty Part-time - Engineering Material Laboratory 507075 Civil Engineering
The Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at the University of Massachusetts Lowell invites applications for an Adjunct Faculty. The successful candidate is expected to begin work in fall 2021 to teach the following course: CIVE.3110 Engineering Materials Laboratory For a more detailed description of the courses, please visit: https://www.uml.edu/catalog/courses/cive/3110
Faculty Part-time - Special Education 507925 Curriculum and Instruction
The College of Education at the University of Massachusetts Lowell is seeking highly qualified adjunct instructors to teach various special education courses in their Dual License BA Education and Masters programs.
Senior Research Coordinator 507860 Department of Public Health
Under the direction of the Principal Investigator or designee, the Senior Research Coordinator manages the day-to-day operations of human research studies throughout the implementation of research projects, from inception to completion. S/he will collaborate with a team of health scientists and research staff with diverse background. S/he will manage field operations of human research studies or public health program evaluations funded by federal agencies, nonprofit organizations and state government agencies. S/he will be responsible for managing the field operations of the Healthy Aging and Neighborhood Study (HANS). Supported by the National Institute on Aging, HANS is being conducted in multi-ethnic and multi-racial older adult populations in northeastern and central Massachusetts. S/he will work closely with investigators and research staff on and off campus to design, initiate, and execute field work in local communities. S/he will be responsible for engaging, recruiting, enrolling, interviewing, measuring and communicating with study participants. S/he will train and supervise field staff, student research assistants and co-ops. S/he will help recruit, select, supervise and direct the activities of research coordinators, data collection staff, student research assistants, and co-ops. S/he will assist the principal investigator to report study progress in compliance with sponsor requirements.
Biostatistician III 507861 Department of Public Health
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.
Biostatistician II 507862 Department of Public Health
Under the general direction of the Professor/Principal Investigator, the Biostatistician II is responsible for the planning, design, review, programming and implementation of special information systems activities.

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