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CDL Bus Drivers (part-time/temporary) 494428 Parking and Transportation
Part-time Bus Drivers are temporary, non-benefited, non-unit positions. Reporting to the Shift Supervisors will act as customer service representatives and drive University shuttle buses on designated routes transporting community members between various locations on campus. Transportation drivers will be a source of information for parking and transportation related questions. In addition to driving responsibilities, employees will be cross-trained in other areas of the department, including office assistant work, parking and transportation dispatching. Proper filing of this paperwork will also be required.
Senior Project Manager - Construction 494430 Facilities Project Management
Under the general direction of the Director of Capital Projects, this position is responsible for serving as a role model and mentor for all facilities project managers through efficiently managing all aspects of projects assigned directly to them as well as providing support and guidance to fellow project managers and assisting in the development of project management processes and procedures. The Facilities Senior Project Manager (SPM) may serve as the University’s representative and project manager on projects of varying size and type from minor renovations to campus renewal and infrastructure projects. This position will also serve in a supporting role to major capital construction and campus renovation projects. In general, the Senior PM will not only be responsible for delivering their own assigned projects, but will provide guidance and support to other project managers to insure that all projects assigned to the Facilities Project Management Team be delivered on time and within budget.
Head Coach - Women's Soccer 494442 Athletic Programs
The Head Coach of Women’s Soccer is responsible for leading all aspects of developing and managing a competitive Division I program within the parameters designated by the University, America East Conference and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).
Head Sports Performance Coach 494443 Athletic Programs
Under the direction of the Assistant Athletics Director for Sports Performance, the Head Sports Performance Coach is responsible for assisting with the overall management, success, and performance of the strength and conditioning program for all student-athletes while overseeing one of the performance facilities as assigned.
Proposal Development Specialist - Office of Research Administration 494302 Office Research Administration
The Office of Research Administration (ORA) provides assistance to faculty and research staff in all aspects of applying for, accepting, and managing external research funding. The Proposal Development Specialist position assists researchers with the development, review, and submission of proposals for research funding in accordance with sponsor and university guidelines. This position and office works closely with the Vice Chancellor for Research and Innovation’s offices, as well as other administrative units across the campus and throughout the University system to provide efficient and effective research administration support services to the UMass Lowell research community.
Administrative Assistant I - Biomedical & Nutritional Sciences 494362 Biomed & Nutritional Sciences
This being an internal opportunity, only current UML Employees, irrespective of Bargaining units are eligible to apply for this position. The Administrative Assistant I will support the Department of Biomedical and Nutritional Sciences by assisting the chair in the planning, organizing, and managing of the department. This individual will ensure effective departmental operations by: * Working with the chair to develop and maintain a departmental atmosphere that is friendly and helpful to students, faculty, staff members, and visitors using a customer oriented approach. * Developing, documenting, communicating and implementing internal personnel procedures and policies under the direction of the chair.
Assistant Coach - Men's Soccer 494419 Athletic Programs
The Assistant Coach of Men’s Soccer assists with the organization and supervision of all aspects of the Men’s Soccer team within the parameters designated by the university, the America East Conference and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).
Assistant Project Manager - Facilities 494414 Facilities Project Management
Under the general direction of the Capital Projects Program Manager, this position serves as an assistant to facilities project managers on large and major capital projects and serves as a project manager on minor campus renovation, refresh and infrastructure projects. They are responsible for efficiently managing all aspects of projects and assignments on time, within budget and aligned with campus strategies and initiatives.
Project Research Assistant - Biomedical & Nutritional Sciences 494349 Biomed & Nutritional Sciences
This being an internal opportunity, only current UML Employees, irrespective of Bargaining units are eligible to apply for this position. The Project Research Assistant position is a full time, one-year position with the possibility of renewal based on continued funding and job performance. Under the supervision of the PI, the Project Research Assistant will be responsible for assisting in planning, managing, and conducting the activities of several research projects. The first project aims to conduct a community assessment of the City of Lawrence to inform an age-friendly action plan. The second project is to better understand dietary quality and the food environment of Cambodian Americans living in the Greater Lowell Area. The third project is to assist with the development of a dietary and physical activity intervention to improve bone health among Caribbean adults in the City of Lawrence. The Project Research Assistant will lead communication with the study team and with community partners to ensure proper and timely conduct of the project.
Visiting Lecturer - Civil Engineering 494342 Civil Engineering
The Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at the University of Massachusetts Lowell invites applications for a Visiting Lecturer position for January 2019. The Department is seeking an individual with the dedication and commitment to teaching and service, necessary to provide a high-quality education to its student body. Responsibilities will consist primarily of teaching the senior Capstone Design course. The successful candidate should also be capable of teaching other courses at the undergraduate level such as: Introduction to Engineering/Autodesk products; Construction Management, Civil Engineering Systems. The successful candidate would also be involved in advising undergraduate students, service and outreach activities; and actively participating in continuing efforts to improve the department's educational mission. The appointment is for 9 months per year, and renewable annually, based on performance. Opportunities exist for additional compensation by teaching in the summer months. Position is contingent upon funding.
Visiting Assistant Professor - Quantitative Research Methodologies 494378 Curriculum and Instruction
We seek an energetic, collaborative colleague for a position as a Visiting Assistant Professor in the College of Education at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. This is a temporary 9-month appointment for the 2018-2019 academic position. The successful candidate will teach masters and doctoral courses in higher-level data analysis and/or program evaluation. This individual will also provide expertise and support for the activities of the Center for Program Evaluation and might engage in doctoral advisement.
Visiting Lecturer in French Studies 494375 World Languages and Cultures
The Department of World Languages and Cultures at the University of Massachusetts Lowell invites candidates to apply for a one year visiting full-time, non-tenure-track faculty position at the rank of Lecturer to start in the Fall Semester, September 2018. Primary responsibilities are to provide high quality teaching and service to the department. The regular teaching load for this position is 3 or 4 courses per semester as needed; service requirements will be adjusted appropriate to the teaching load in each semester.
Athletic Business Assistant 494371 Athletic Programs
UMass Lowell, a Division I institution with 17 varsity sports and a member of the America East and Hockey East Conferences, is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Athletic Business Assistant. The Athletic Business Assistant will assist with the fiscal management of all sports and administrative areas within the Athletic Department.
Financial Research Administration Specialist- Office of Research Administration (multiple positions) 494285 Office Research Administration
The Office of Research Administration (ORA) provides assistance to faculty and research staff in all aspects of managing external research funding. The Financial Research Administration Specialist position supports the financial administration of grants and contracts from budget setup through award closeout and helps to ensure compliance with all Federal, State, University and sponsor policies, procedures and rules. This position and office works closely with the Vice Chancellor for Research and Innovation’s offices, as well as other financial and administrative units across the campus and throughout the University system to provide efficient and effective research administration support services to the UMass Lowell research community.
Senior Assistant to the Dean - Manning School of Business 494282 Deans Office/Manning Sch Busi
The Senior Assistant to the Dean provides direct support to the Dean for the Manning School of Business. On behalf of the Dean, develop and implement policies and procedures, day to day operations, coordinate communications, in support of the Dean’s Office, in addition to supporting faculty and staff needs. Provide back-up budget support for the College.
Equipment & Laboratory Manager - Fabric Discovery Center 494316 Plastics Engineering
The Fabric Discovery Center at the University Massachusetts Lowell is seeking an Equipment & Laboratory Manager to support UMass Lowell Faculty, Students and Post-doctoral fellows in research projects and with companies in their prototyping needs related to advanced fibers and textiles and flexible hybrid electronics. The position will involve identifying the appropriate fabrication equipment/processes and facilitating the fabrication and testing of prototypes for the flexible hybrid electronics and advanced fiber and textile industries. The principal role of the laboratory technician is to work on short term projects alongside the technical program managers, UMass Lowell Faculty, Post-doctoral researchers, students and industry partners. More specifically, the position will a) operate textile equipment such as weaving and knitting, run plastics processing equipment, coating lines (roll-to-roll (RTR) and wire coating line) and create flexible electronic prototype devices, b) prepare standard operating procedures for operating, calibrating and maintaining fabrication and testing equipment, and train internal and external users, troubleshoot and carry out preventive maintenance of equipment located at the Center and c) maintain strong working relationships with internal and external partners that will support the growth of the Center.
Director of Corporate Education and Conferences - OCE 494173 CE-Administration
The Director of Corporate Education and Conferences - Online & Continuing Education, under the supervision of the Dean is responsible for the development and growth of revenue enhancing corporate education programs that support workforce development activities and industries in the region. The Director is also responsible for the day to day management of all aspects of corporate education programs, including program curriculum, registration logistics and financial budgets for all programs. The Director will work with the Dean and other academic departments to identify new business opportunities and new business models for serving corporate clients. The position will require excellent financial management skills. The position will require extensive off-campus activities and the ability to work with multiple stakeholders both within and outside the University.
Clinical Assistant Professor - Solomont School of Nursing 494283 School of Nursing
The Solomont School of Nursing at UMass Lowell seeks a full time clinical-track faculty at the rank of clinical assistant professor and we invite individuals with advanced practice nursing licensure/certification and clinical expertise in all nursing specialty areas to apply. The clinical faculty member will teach graduate and undergraduate nursing courses, laboratories, simulations labs and clinical practica; coordinate practicum courses; and participate in school, college and university committees and events. Candidates should be prepared to undertake a variety of teaching assignments.
Senior Financial Research Administrator - Office of Research Administration 494303 Office Research Administration
The Office of Research Administration (ORA) provides assistance to faculty and research staff in all aspects of managing external research funding. The Senior Financial Research Administrator position oversees the financial administration of grants and contracts from budget setup through award closeout and ensures compliance with all Federal, State, University and sponsor policies, procedures and rules. This position and office works closely with the Vice Chancellor for Research and Innovation’s offices, as well as other financial and administrative units across the campus and throughout the University system to provide efficient and effective research administration support services to the UMass Lowell research community.
Director - Advancement Systems & Reporting 494153 University Advancement
Reporting to the Executive Director of Advancement Services, the Director of Advancement Systems & Reporting will have responsibility for the continued improvement and enhancement of University Advancement analytics and reporting. This position will partner with the other members of the University Advancement team to build and maintain strong relationships between the university and our constituents through the use of information. This position serves as the expert in the day-to-day methods used to retrieve data and generate reports, and as the source of knowledge regarding the configuration of the many databases in use by University Advancement staff. S/he will be accountable for enabling business insights by descriptive, diagnostic, and predictive reporting design and providing statistical models, forecasts, metrics and analyses to assist managers to make informed business decisions, in managing donors and prospects from an individual or segment perspective. S/he will manage and mentor the Assistant Director of Advancement Services for Database Management and Reporting.

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