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Post Doc Research Associate in the Center for Advanced Materials - Physics and Applied Physics 493836 Physics and Applied Physics
The Center for Advanced Materials' lab at University of Massachusetts Lowell is seeking a Post-Doctoral Research Associate to assist in studies related to developing high performance flexible organic-inorganic hybrid perovskite materials based photo-voltaic devices. Experiences with synthesis and characterization of the hybrid perovskites and charge-carrier transporting materials, barrier and sealing materials, fabrication and evaluation of the photo-voltaic devices, and a number of spectroscopic and microscopic techniques are desired qualifications.
Associate Dean, Research and Graduate Studies - Zuckerberg College of Health Sciences 493594 Deans Office/College HealthSci
The Zuckerberg College of Health Sciences is a dynamic, growing College that prepares professionals and scientists in a wide range of health science fields including applied, clinical and translational areas. Faculty research ranges from the lab bench to clinical interventions and community projects. A large research program with significant funding and vibrant community partnerships and engagement opportunities enrich and support our educational programs.
University Police Officer 493874 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.
Assistant Registrar for Advisement Reports & Degree Planning 493847 Office of the Registrar
The Assistant Registrar for Advisement Reports & Degree Planning is responsible for creating, supporting and coordinating the maintenance of the Academic Advising Reports within SiS. This includes advising reports for all academic programs offered at the University of Massachusetts Lowell through undergraduate, graduate and Continuing Studies. In collaboration with the Associate Registrar for Academic Progression, the Assistant Registrar for Advisement Reports & Degree Planning will work with academic departments to process student exceptions and help in the development of the advising report as a tool to support academic advising as well as to aid in supporting the academic progression of students and timely degree completion and graduation. In addition. The Assistant Registrar for Advising Reports & Degree Planning will help to facilitate training and workshops for academic departments as it relates to using the advising reports and graduation tracking.
Academic Advisor - Dean's Office/Academic Services 493850 Deans Office/Academic Services
This is a professional academic advising position requiring an advanced, developmental, proactive problem solving approach to advisement to ensure students succeed academically and are fully engaged in their educational experience. This position will be part of a centrally coordinated campus-wide advising team and will be housed within an academic college. The primary responsibilities include advising a caseload of first time freshman and transfer students on program requirements and registration issues, degree planning, monitoring student progress, and identify and intervening with at-risk students. The position also involves assisting with the creation, implementation, and support of various activities and events promoting student engagement and community building. Participation in recruitment, outreach and orientation activities is also required.
Assistant Registrar for Academic Progression and Graduation - Registrar's Office 493857 Office of the Registrar
This being an internal opportunity, only current UML Employees, irrespective of Bargaining units are eligible to apply for this position. 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. The Assistant Registrar for Academic Progression and Graduation is responsible for supporting and coordinating the maintenance of the Graduation and Graduation Readiness within SiS. This includes graduation for all academic programs offered at the University of Massachusetts Lowell through undergraduate, Continuing Studies and graduate certificates. In collaboration with the Associate Registrar for Academic Progression, the Assistant Registrar of Academic Progression and Graduation will work with academic departments to process graduating students as well as to aid in supporting the academic progression of students and timely degree completion and graduation. In addition. The Assistant Registrar for Academic Progression and Graduation will help to facilitate training and workshops for academic departments as it relates to using graduation tracking.
Post-Doctoral Research Associate – Mechanical Engineering – Data-Driven Structural Damage Diagnosis and Prognosis 493863 Mechanical Engineering
The successful applicant will conduct analytical and computational research in the area of structural damage detection and prognosis, via both physics-based modeling and data-driven approaches, and work with immediate supervisor in writing scholarly articles and research proposals.
Post Doctoral Research Associate - Mechanical Engineering - Computational Fluid Dynamics 493821 Mechanical Engineering
The successful applicant will conduct analytical and computational research in the area of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) of nonequilibrium plasma flows with an emphasis on the modeling and simulation of plasma in contact with liquid, and work with immediate supervisor in writing scholarly articles and research proposals.
Executive Director, Advancement Operations & Special Projects 493835 University Advancement
The Executive Director of Advancement Operations & Special Projects will support the operational and project-based needs of the Vice Chancellor and the Advancement division. The position will manage the day to day operations of the division, providing leadership support for key functions such as project management, human resources and budgeting. This person will lead special Advancement and fundraising projects to help the university reach its campaign goals.
Lecturer - Biomedical Engineering 493844 Deans Office/College Engineer
The Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Massachusetts Lowell seeks a full-time faculty member at the rank Lecturer with expertise in Biomedical Engineering. The successful candidate will be expected to coordinate and teach courses geared towards Biomedical Engineering majors. The position includes service contributions to the Department and the University.
Assistant Director - Prospect Research - University Advancement 493845 University Advancement
Reporting directly to the Director of Prospect Research, the Assistant Director of Prospect Research is responsible for the analysis and implementation of fundraising data to support University Advancement fundraising goals, and the application and oversight of strategic prospect research initiatives to help identify key areas to move prospects through major and leadership gift pipeline processes. Additionally, the Assistant Director of Prospect Research is responsible for coding and ongoing tracking of individual, corporate, and foundation major gift prospects; the development and justification of financial and affinity prospect ratings; and the production of comprehensive proactive and reactive prospect research reports.
Lecturer - Criminology and Justice Studies 493865 Criminal Justice
The School of Criminology and Justice Studies at the University of Massachusetts Lowell invites applications for two lecturer positions to teach within its online and on campus programs. The appointment is expected to begin at the start of the Fall 2018 semester, although may be eligible for a start date of January 2018.
Museum Teacher - Tsongas Industrial History Center (multiple positions) (part-time/non-benefited) 493855 Tsongas Industrial History Ctr
The Tsongas Industrial History Center is currently seeking part-time Museum Teachers (multiple positions). The center is an education partnership between the University of Massachusetts Lowell College of Education and the National Park Service at Lowell National Historical Park. Utilizing the Park’s unique historic resources, including authentic artifacts and primary sources, the Center facilitates experiential learning of industrial history, science, and engineering content through educational programs. Museum teachers engage students (grades 3-12) in active learning by employing best practices in museum teaching, such as effective questioning, participatory activities, and relevant age-appropriate discussions.
Project Manager, New Venture Development (part-time/non-benefited) 493801 New Venture Development
The Program Manager of New Venture Development will work closely with the NVD Director to develop and implement strategies, events and programs to engage faculty to foster entrepreneurship, innovation and research commercialization.
Director of Annual Giving - University Advancement 493834 University Advancement
Reporting to the Executive Director of Development, the Director of Annual Giving will provide leadership and management for the annual giving program to achieve the desired annual fundraising results for the University. The Director will oversee a comprehensive annual giving program inclusive of all solicitations, including direct mail, phonathon, email, crowdfunding and face-to-face meetings to expand donor base and increase dollars. The position will develop and facilitate a pattern of annual support for the University.
Professor and Chair of the Department of Mathematical Sciences 493810 Mathematical Science
The University of Massachusetts Lowell invites applications for the position of Professor and Chair in the Department of Mathematical Sciences.
Associate Director, Development - Manning School of Business 493817 University Advancement
Reporting to the Executive Director of Development, the Associate Director of Development for the Manning School of Business will manage a portfolio of approximately 100-150 prospects including alumni, parents and friends of the University, as well as, and importantly, corporate partners. She or he will work closely with the Executive Director to identify strategies and processes for the successful cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of key prospects and donors. S/He will work with the Senior Director of Development for the school, as well as university leaders such as deans and faculty members, and administrators on funding priorities, strategies and cultivation activities. The Associate Director will be part of a dedicated team that is working together on a highly successful capital campaign for UMass Lowell.
Business Continuity Coordinator (part-time/non-benefited) 493818 Env & Emergency Management
The Business Continuity Coordinator has responsibilities for the facilitation and coordination for development, updating, and maintaining the university’s comprehensive business continuity (B.C.) program and associated emergency preparedness and response programs. Reporting to the Director of Life Safety & Emergency Preparedness who directs and guides work activity, the Business Continuity Coordinator assists the Director through evaluating and planning for the university to respond effectively to and manage recovery from major emergencies and disasters. Is responsible for the daily supervision, scheduling and oversite of associated assigned workers, students, and vendors recognized within program structure. This position supports the university’s Emergency Response Teams and Emergency Operations Center (EOC).
Associate Director, Development - Francis College of Engineering 493819 University Advancement
Reporting to the Executive Director of Development, the Associate Director of Development for the Francis College of Engineering will manage a portfolio of approximately 100-150 prospects including alumni, parents and friends of the University. They will work closely with the Executive Director to identify strategies and processes for the successful cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of key prospects and donors. They will work with the Senior Director of Development for the college, as well as university leaders such as deans and faculty members, and administrators on priorities, strategies and cultivation activities. The Associate Director will be part of a dedicated team that is working together on a highly successful capital campaign for UMass Lowell.
Lecturer – Graphic Design 493587 Art and Design
The Department of Art and Design at the University of Massachusetts Lowell seeks a Lecturer of Graphic Design beginning in the Fall 2018. The ideal candidate will have an excellent teaching record (a minimum of three-years in a BFA Graphic Design program) and a body of work in design and art that exhibits a broad understanding of contemporary practice and theory.

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