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CPH-NEW Assistant (part-time/temporary) 507516 Biomedical Engineering
The Administrator of CPH-NEW (Center for the Promotion of Health in the New England Workplace) coordinates day-to-day activities and oversees all major initiatives of the Center, reporting to the Center Director. This position is to be filled as soon as possible and is currently available through 8/31/2021. Continued employment is possible, contingent on future funding.
CPH-NEW Accountant (part-time/temporary) 507526
The Administrator of CPH-NEW (Center for the Promotion of Health in the New England Workplace) coordinates day-to-day activities and oversees all major initiatives of the Center, reporting to the Center Director. This position is to be filled as soon as possible and is currently available through 8/31/2021. Continued employment is possible, contingent on future funding.
Postdoctoral Research Associate - Plastics Engineering 507420 Plastics Engineering
We are seeking a candidate for a Postdoctoral appointment working in the area of functional textile with appreciation for i) knitting and weaving various structures, ii) optical and mechanical characterization of woven/knit textiles, iii) functionality via moisture wicking and temperature responsiveness. Experience or familiarity with textile construction is a must. In addition, we also look for a candidate with a strong background on fibers and textile; the focus is geared toward textile and composite characterization rather than fiber spinning. The candidate should have expertise in design of experiments, solid mechanics, fabric construction, and materials characterization. The ideal candidate will have sound knowledge of polymer structure- process- property relationships. The ideal candidate should have an understanding of the role fibers play in fabric formation and quality. Experience leading student groups in addition to presenting research to academic and industrial audiences are critical. Other tasks will include documentation of research findings, meeting with other research staff, supervising graduate students, collaboration on and presentation of scientific papers, grant and proposal writing, and industrial outreach. This position is contingent upon funding. This position is available for 12 months, with a possibility for a 6 to 12 month renewal based on productivity and performance and the availability of funding.
TURI Director & Research Professor 507235 Toxic Use Reduction Institute
The Massachusetts Toxics Use Reduction Institute (TURI), a world-renowned research, practice, and education institute located at UMass Lowell, is looking for a Director and experienced researcher to provide strategic, organizational, and fiscal leadership to the Institute. The successful candidate will split their time between Institute Director responsibilities and research and scholarship activities. Director responsibilities include strategic and organizational planning, oversight of staff, ensuring stable funding for the Institute over time, and representing the Institute within the University and externally to policymakers, business, and the public. Applicants will be considered for Research Professor status as part of the interview process, and will provide half of their salary support through external funding.
Postdoctoral Research Associate – Organ-on-chip and Tissue Engineering 507344 Chemical Engineering
The multidisciplinary and collaborative lab of Dr. Gulden Camci-Unal at the University of Massachusetts Lowell seeks a Postdoctoral Research Associate with extensive experiences in tissue engineering, organs-on-chips, mammalian cell cultures in microfluidic chips, co-cultures of two or three types of mammalian cells, biological assays to monitor cell behavior and function, culture of human primary cell lines especially with keratinocytes, epithelial cells, and fibroblasts to develop organ-on-chip systems for engineering solutions towards preserving or restoring hearing. The initial appointment will be for 1 year with a possibility of renewal for another year based on the productivity and performance.
Postdoctoral Research Associate – Printed Electronics Research Collaborative (PERC) 507493 Electrical & Computer Eng
The successful applicant will conduct analytical and experimental research in the areas of additive manufacturing for RF and MW devices and help immediate supervisor in writing scholarly articles and proposals.
Biomedical Laboratory Specialist /Clinical Coordinator 506825 Biomed & Nutritional Sciences
The Biomedical Lab Specialist/Clinical Coordinator (BLS) will be part of a four-person MLS(ASCP) certified team that supports the Biomedical and Nutritional Science (BNS) department. The BLS work under a shared leadership model where each member represents their areas of clinical laboratory of expertise. The BLS work closely with the BNS Department Chair, Associate Chair and laboratory course coordinators. This BLS position works directly with the Medical Laboratory Program Director to assist with clinical practicum and student management. Primary work responsibilities include assisting the MLS Program Director, preparation and instruction of clinical laboratory courses, ensuring that all teaching laboratory safety standards are followed, maintaining biomedical instruments and equipment, inventory management, the maintenance and development of laboratory procedures and mentoring student workers.
Rist DifferenceMaker Fellow (part-time/temporary) 507411 Entrepreneurship&EconDevelopmt
The Rist DifferenceMaker Fellow is designed to engage current, past, and future graduate students; masters; doctoral, and post-doctoral candidates, in building, developing, and expanding the DifferenceMaker Program and the success of its student teams. The position is supported by the Rist DifferenceMaker Institute. The Rist Fellow is a part of UMass Lowell's DifferenceMaker Program. The Rist Fellow will work directly with the DifferenceMaker Program management team. They will be given the opportunity to work on projects that contribute to the institutional innovation and entrepreneurial efforts and goals of DifferenceMaker and UMass Lowell. Furthermore, they will participate in the startup process by working closely with student entrepreneurs to help them build their ventures, compete in national competitions, attend conferences, gain funding, and more.
Building Maintenance Supervisor I (multiple positions) (Internal Only) 507417 Facilities Operations&Services
This being an internal opportunity, only current UML Employees, irrespective of Bargaining units are eligible to apply for this position. Opening for 1st shift M-F 5 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. and 2nd shift M-F 1:30 p.m. - 10 p.m. Supervise the maintenance and repair of campus buildings, the cleaning of building interiors and the upkeep of grounds; ensure that standards of security and cleanliness are maintained; and perform related work as required. The basic purpose of this work is to oversee the general care, maintenance, repair, alteration and security of buildings and appurtenances.
Housekeeping Services Assistant Manager 507421 Facilities Operations&Services
The Housekeeping Services Assistant Manager reports to the Housekeeping Services Manager and assists with day-to-day management of housekeeping department operations. Activities include, but are not limited to: monitoring building conditions and staff productivity, ensuring housekeeping staff are working safely, efficiently and following safety procedures. This position will provide housekeeping skills and individual developmental training to staff. The Assistant Manager may work with the Special Events Department, and other campus stakeholders to ensure proper Facilities Management support. This position requires sound housekeeping technical knowledge, solid leadership skills, and the ability to ensure all functions and goals of the housekeeping operations are met.
Undergraduate Enrollment Advisor GPS (Internal Only) 507404 Grad & Professional Studies
This is an internal opportunity for current UML furloughed Employees only. Under the direction of the Manager of Undergraduate Enrollment and Advising, the GPS Undergraduate Enrollment Advisor provides personalized case management and support to an assigned student population throughout the matriculated student academic lifecycle. Enrollment Advisors are responsible for evaluating students' academic progress; providing guidance in determining students' academic interests and objectives and helping students to locate and navigate the resources they need to successfully complete their degree programs. The Undergraduate Enrollment Advisor will also assist with projects and initiatives that support the achievement of departmental goals. Actively contributes to deliver a working environment that promotes optimism, collaboration, respect, solutions focused dialogue, and exceptional service to everyone.
Counseling Clinician - Care Coordinator, Counseling Services 507407 Counseling
The Counseling Clinician - Care Coordinator will serve as first primary clinical contact to for a diverse student population seeking mental health services. Perform case management services for clients requiring care coordination, community referral, or psychiatric hospitalization. Clinician will also work collaboratively as a member of the Wellness Center team to support students at UMass Lowell.
Department Assistant - Civil, Electrical & Computer Engineering (Internal Only) 507383 College Engineering
This is an internal opportunity for current UML furloughed Employees only. Provide administrative assistance to the Department Chairs, Associate Chairs 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.
Assistant COVID-19 Testing Center (Internal Only) 507393 Env & Emergency Management
This is an internal opportunity for current UML furloughed Employees only.  The COVID-19 Testing Site Assistant provides direct support, stability, and continuity to the campus surveillance testing program. Individual will be responsible for assisting with the operational oversight of the test center as well as assisting the test site manager with coordination and training of registration and check in staff.
Manager, Undergraduate Enrollment & Advising 507367 Grad & Professional Studies
This is a leadership position requiring an advanced, developmental, analytical, and proactive problem-solving approach to academic advising and overall student success for an online, non-traditional student population. The primary responsibilities include managing a team of academic advisors, ensuring compliance with institutional policies and providing an outstanding student experience. Advising a caseload of undergraduate online students on program requirements and registration issues, degree planning, monitoring student progress, and identifying and intervening with at-risk students. The position involves some oversight with the creation, implementation, and support of various activities and events including promoting student engagement and enrollment campaigns. The position also involves data collection and analysis to support student success.
Academic Advisor - Engineering (or Coordinator - College Based Advising) (Internal Only) 507378 College Based Prof Advising
This is an internal opportunity for current UML furloughed Employees only.  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.
Graduate Enrollment Advisor (Internal Only) 507388 Graduate Admissions
This is an internal opportunity for current UML furloughed Employees only. The Graduate Enrollment Advisor will manage graduate student re-enrollment campaigns in the Division of Graduate, Online & Professional Studies. The successful candidate will develop and implement the operational and technological processes that support the outreach, advising and re-enrollment activities conducted throughout the year by the Graduate Students Services Office. She/he will deploy and manage recruitment, enrollment and student service activities implemented to support the attainment of Division graduate student enrollment goals. The Graduate Enrollment Advisor is expected to create replicable processes that can be scaled and measured across the Division, and provide regular reporting on graduate student enrollment trends.
Nurse Case Manager 506980 Health Services
As a member of the Health Services team, the Nurse Case Manager is responsible for providing broad case management services associated with specific student health care needs including but not limited to support of student referrals to specialty services outside of UML and to disease specific logistical support during times of public health initiatives.
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.
Graduation and Academic Progression Specialist (Internal Only) 507358 Office of the Registrar
This is an internal opportunity for current UML furloughed Employees only. 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. In collaboration with the Associate Registrar for Academic Progression, the position will work with academic departments and Graduate Student Services to support the academic progression of students and timely degree completion. This position will be a member of the academic progression team which focuses on building efficiencies and utilizing technology to support the development of the advising report and graduation tracking.

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