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Grants and Contracts Administrator - Office of Research Administration 504496 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 Grants and Contracts Administrator position facilitates the development and submission of proposals for research funding in accordance with sponsor and university policies, reviews grant awards and contracts for research funding, and manages the set up and monitoring of grants and contracts for research funding. 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.
Postdoctoral Research Associate - Plastics Engineering (Internal only) 504205 Plastics Engineering
This being an internal opportunity, only current UML Employees, irrespective of Bargaining units are eligible to apply for this position. The successful applicant will conduct analytical and experimental research in the areas of plastics processing and recycling with an emphasis on extrusion and characterization and help immediate supervisor in writing scholarly articles and proposals. Assist with classes as assigned.
Assistant Director - State Programs 504219 Financial Aid
UMass Lowell seeks an experienced Financial Aid professional to join our dynamic team as an Assistant Director to manage all State Financial Aid programs.
Assistant/Associate Professor - Radiological Health Physics 504338 Physics and Applied Physics
The Department of Physics and Applied Physics at the University of Massachusetts Lowell invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant or Associate Professor rank to begin September 2020.
Assistant Director - Graduate Recruitment 504374 Admissions/Graduate
The Assistant Director of Graduate Recruitment is responsible for planning and executing recruitment activities for graduate programs. Responsibilities include: attending recruitment events, college fairs, conducting information sessions, recruitment webinars, contacting prospective students and keeping them engaged during the recruitment, admissions and matriculation phases and assisting in planning and holding new student orientation. The Assistant Director of Graduate Recruitment will also participate and support evaluating and summarizing applications for admissions, collaborating with the marketing team, academic program coordinators/departments on marketing efforts and developing marketing materials.
Academic Advisor or Advising Coordinator - College Based Advising 504380 College Based Prof Advising
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.
Transfer Credit Specialist 504422 Office of the Registrar
The Transfer Credit Specialist is responsible for coordinating the communication with academic departments and Transfer Coordinators to streamline the review of courses that have not previously been evaluated and inputting equivalencies into the transfer credit dictionary and posting to student records. This includes facilitating the more individualized review and evaluation for military and international transcripts. The Transfer Credit Specialist also enters transfer equivalencies into SiS and the transfer credit dictionary as articulation agreements are finalized. The Transfer Credit Specialist also coordinates the NECCUM cross registration program. In addition to the duties listed above, the Transfer Credit Specialist will assist the registrar’s office as needed.
Postdoctoral Research Associate - Chemistry 504437 Chemistry
Professor Yan’s lab is developing nanotherapeutics to combat antimicrobial resistance. The goal of this project is to investigate the mechanism of how nanotherapeutics target bacteria. Specifically, the project involves the synthesis of carbohydrate-functionalized nanomaterials and detailed mechanistic investigations of how they interact and target bacteria. The position requires a strong background in synthetic and materials chemistry and chemical biology as well as extensive knowledge and experience in microbiology and cell biology. The candidate will have demonstrated high research productivity and strong work ethics, and the ability to conduct independent research and collaboration with colleagues from different disciplines.
Postdoctoral Research Associate - Computer Science 504425 Computer Science
The successful applicant will conduct analytical and experimental research in the areas of statistical and machine learning-based predictive modeling on electronic health records for health outcome predictions. The applicant is expected to supervise students and help immediate supervisor in teaching and writing scholarly articles and proposals.
Steam Fireman 504430 Facilities Operations&Services
Incumbents of positions in this series operate boilers and related equipment; read meters and gauges at specified intervals; open and close valves and adjust controls; check/monitor operating systems to detect faulty operating equipment.
Career Counselor 503548 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 Counselor 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.
Proposal Development Specialist - Office of Research Administration 504126 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 preparation and review 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.
University Police Officer 504033 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.
Program Coordinator for Department of Aerospace Studies (part-time) 497497 Rotc
The position reports to the Department Chair (i.e. Air Force ROTC Commander) and serves as the only university employee supporting four military members hired as university faculty and staff. The Department of Aerospace Studies is established in accordance with the “Application and Agreement for the Establishment of a Senior Air Force Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Unit” contract among UMass-Lowell and Air Force leaders. “Secretarial” support is provisioned per paragraph 2g of that contract. The department administers the Air Force ROTC program which prepares students for appointment as commissioned officers upon successful graduation. The department supports students attending Northeast Consortium of Colleges and Universities in Massachusetts (NECCUM) as well as students attending Southern New Hampshire University. Students participating in the Air Force ROTC program undergo a four-year education, training, and evaluation program designed to develop leaders of character for tomorrow’s Air Force. Students participate in two Air Force ROTC classes per semester: Aerospace Studies and Leadership Laboratory.
Receptionist 504107 Tsongas Industrial History Ctr
The Receptionist position is located at the Tsongas Industrial History Center, Boott Mills, Lowell National Historical Park. The primary purpose of this position is to respond to phone calls and public inquiries, conduct outreach, and make reservations for park tours and programs, including Tsongas Industrial History Center education programs.
Grounds Operations Manager 504251 Facilities Operations&Services
The Grounds Operations Manager is responsible for the overall appearance and care of 175 acres of urban University grounds.  This care covers lawn spaces, landscaping, tree maintenance, turf maintenance, recreational and intercollegiate field preparation, and campus infrastructure such as roads, sidewalks, parking lots and parking garage maintenance.  They will be responsible for managing, coordinating, directing, and supervising a Grounds Staff of 10; managing the financial budget for the grounds department; and instruction and training of employees in equipment usage and safety.  The position also conducts studies and makes recommendations regarding new grounds equipment and operational procedures.   This position also has lead oversight of the University after-hours and regular hours snow removal and inclement weather response, and motor pool operations for 80+ vehicles and 15 pieces of department equipment. The Grounds Operations Manager is also an active participant in key university activities such as commencement and opening of school.
Assistant Teaching Professor - Plastics Engineering 504088 Plastics Engineering
The Department of Plastics Engineering at the University of Massachusetts Lowell invites applications for a full-time position as a Teaching Professor. Successful applicants will collaborate with existing faculty members, advise and recruit students, teach classes to support the undergraduate and graduate programs, and develop new courses in the following areas: Polymer Materials: polymer chemistry and synthesis; material selection; process-structure-property interactions; polymer modifiers, additives, and blends; polymer characterization; and constitutive modeling of polymers.
Program Administrator - Public Health 504133 Department of Public Health
The Program Administrator provides academic program, fiscal, and other support to the Department of Public Health by working with the department chair, program coordinators, faculty, students, and the University community.
Program Coordinator, Student Activities & Leadership 503902 Student Affairs
The Program Coordinator is a full-time, 12-month position, reporting to the Director of Student Activities & Leadership to support a comprehensive Student Activities & Leadership program.
Tenure-Track Assistant/Associate Professor - Robotics and Autonomous Systems 503624 Electrical & Computer Eng
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Massachusetts Lowell is anticipating hiring a full-time tenure-track faculty member at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor. Successful applicants will collaborate with existing faculty members, teach classes to support the undergraduate and graduate programs, develop new courses, advise graduate students, and pursue external funding to support research in one or more of the following areas: (a) unmanned aerial and ground systems; (b) robot learning; (c) human-machine systems; (d) perception for autonomous robots; (e) grasping and manipulation; (f) networking at multiple and extreme scales; (g) high degrees of automation systems with and without humans in the loop; (h) real‐time Control and Adaptation;

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