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Research Coordinator II 507863 Department of Public Health
Under the direction of the Principal Investigator or designee, the Research Coordinator II is responsible for independently carrying out multiple complex and diverse research initiatives.
Research Coordinator I 507864 Department of Public Health
Under the direction of the Principal Investigator or designee, the Research Coordinator I is responsible for carrying out multiple complex research protocols.
Advanced Assistant or Associate Professor - History 507928 History
The Department of History at University of Massachusetts Lowell seeks to fill a tenure track position in African American History, with open area of specialization, at the rank of Advanced Assistant or Associate Professor. Assistant Professors should be at least two years in rank at the time of application. Experience with DEI programming and race/ethnic studies is desirable. Applicants should have a clearly articulated program of research and prior publications appropriate to the level of academic appointment, and demonstrate the significance of their research. Applicants should also demonstrate evidence of excellent undergraduate teaching. Ph.D. in hand is required at the time of appointment. Under-represented minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.
Counseling Clinician - Care Coordinator 507933 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.
Associate Director of Residential Education for Inclusion & Residential Leadership 507934 Residence Life
The Associate Director of Residential Education for Inclusion & Residential Leadership is a senior member of both the Residence Life central office staff and of the Residential Education leadership team. Utilizing the tenants of equity and inclusion to guide their daily work, the Associate Director assists the Director of Residential Education in supporting the implementation of an inclusive, dynamic, and comprehensive residential community that houses just under 5,000 students.
Associate Director of Residential Education for Academic Partnerships 507935 Residence Life
The Associate Director of Residential Education for Academic Partnerships is a senior member of both the Residence Life central office staff and of the Residential Education leadership team. Utilizing the tenants of equity and inclusion to guide their daily work, the Associate Director assists the Director of Residential Education in supporting the implementation of an inclusive, dynamic, and comprehensive residential community that houses just under 5,000 students.
Associate Director of Residential Education for Recruitment and Development 507936 Residence Life
The Associate Director of Residential Education for Inclusion & Residential Leadership is a senior member of both the Residence Life central office staff and of the Residential Education leadership team. Utilizing the tenants of equity and inclusion to guide their daily work, the Associate Director assists the Director of Residential Education in supporting the implementation of an inclusive, dynamic, and comprehensive residential community that houses just under 5,000 students.
Coordinator of Residential Education for Living Learning Communities 507937 Residence Life
The Coordinator for Living-Learning Communities is considered a member of the Residence Life central office team and a member of the Residential Education leadership group. Utilizing the tenants of equity and inclusion to guide their daily work, the Coordinator assists the Associate Director for Academic Partnerships in supporting the implementation of an inclusive, comprehensive living-learning community program for a campus population of just under 5,000 students.
Assistant Director of Student and Family Support Services 507938 Residence Life
The Assistant Director of Student and Family Support Services oversees critical services focused on student and family support and well-being. The Assistant Director directly oversees resources related to student housing and food insecurity and manages the on-campus food pantry. The Assistant Director also plays a key role in the case management of STARS (UML’s behavioral intervention team).
Customer Service Specialist - Student Affairs 507939 Residence Life
The Office of Residence Life Customer Service Specialist (CSS) is a friendly and highly analytical Individual.  The CSS will answer customer queries and resolve issues via appropriate channels, maintain knowledge of all the services provided through our housing operations team and our residential education team, obtain customer feedback, and provide basic levels of training to new members of the team. The CSS needs to demonstrate excellent time management skills and be passionate about customer service and self-improvement.  The CSS will is a brand ambassadors for UMass Lowell who goes the extra mile to ensure customer satisfaction.  This position’s priority is to provide outstanding customer service for our students, families, and all members of our community.
Faculty Part-time - Biological Sciences (multiple positions) 507955 Biological Sciences
The Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Massachusetts Lowell invites applications for Adjunct Professors (standard teaching load 1-2 courses per semester). The successful candidates will be expected to begin work in September 2021 and assist in teaching introductory biology labs.
Faculty Part-time - Civil & Environmental Engineering (Chemical Fate and Transport in the Environment - ENVE.4610) 507956 Civil Engineering
The Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at the University of Massachusetts Lowell has launched a new bachelor’s degree program in Environmental Engineering. The Department invites applications for an Adjunct Professor. The successful candidate is expected to begin work in September 2021 to develop and teach the following course: ENVE.4610 (Chemical Fate and Transport in the Environment)
Faculty Part-time - Civil & Environmental Engineering (Air Quality - ENVE.4620) 507959
The Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at the University of Massachusetts Lowell has launched a new bachelor’s degree program in Environmental Engineering. The Department invites applications for an Adjunct Professor. The successful candidate is expected to begin work in September 2021 to develop and teach the following course: ENVE.4620 (Air Quality)
Faculty Part-time - Civil & Environmental Engineering (Environmental Engineering Ethics and Professional Practice - ENVE.4630) 507962 Civil Engineering
The Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at the University of Massachusetts Lowell has launched a new bachelor’s degree program in Environmental Engineering. The Department invites applications for an Adjunct Professor. The successful candidate is expected to begin work in September 2021 to develop and teach the following course: ENVE.4630 (Environmental Engineering Ethics and Professional Practice)
Faculty Part-time - Civil & Environmental Engineering (Fluid Mechanics Lab - ENVE.3020) 507963 Civil Engineering
The Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at the University of Massachusetts Lowell has launched a new bachelor’s degree program in Environmental Engineering. The Department invites applications for an Adjunct Professor. The successful candidate is expected to begin work in September 2021 to develop and teach the following course: ENVE.3020 (Fluid Mechanics Lab)
Director - Office of Technology Commercialization (OTC) 507776 NewVentureDev&OffTechCommerc
The Director provides leadership, vision, and direction to the Office of Technology Commercialization (OTC) at the University of Massachusetts Lowell (UML), and participates in and oversees the management of the UML IP portfolio. The Director leads a group of technology transfer professionals to evaluate, protect, market, and license new inventions disclosed by University researchers. Responsible for oversight of agreements relating to management of intellectual property, which may include reviewing, drafting and negotiating agreements such as license and option agreements, sponsored research agreements, material transfer agreements and NDA’s. The Director will also proactively develop and maintain internal and external relationships that lead to commercialization of technologies created in UML research laboratories; provide the faculty, staff, and students with training, advice, and guidance on University commercialization policies and processes; promote OTC successes to faculty, staff, and students to encourage new invention disclosure and commercialization efforts. The Director is responsible for fostering collaborative working relationships with the Office of Research Administration, New Venture Development, and the UMass system (Office of Technology Commercialization and Ventures, Office of General Counsel, and other campus and system wide commercialization offices) to ensure the Lowell campus IP and technology commercialization goals and needs are met.
Campus Planner 507899 Project Management & Planning
Reporting to the Associate Director of Planning & FIS, the Campus Planner is responsible for supporting the full range of campus planning functions for one the nation’s fastest growing universities, with an emphasis on planning analysis and space planning; capital projects, including feasibility assessment, programming and preliminary design; and planning that supports a more sustainable campus environment. The Campus Planner position is an opportunity to join a dynamic Facilities Planning team with potential for advancement and growth.
Head Coach - Women's Basketball 507895 Athletic Programs
The Head Coach of Women’s Basketball 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).
Advanced Assistant or Associate Professor of French Studies 507750 World Languages and Cultures
The Department of World Languages and Cultures at the University of Massachusetts Lowell is seeking to fill a tenure-track faculty position at the rank of Advanced Assistant or Associate Professor of French Studies (literature, culture, film, and society) with a specialization in Quebec Studies or other North American French Speaking Communities. Assistant Professors should be at least three years in rank at the time of application.
Postdoctoral Research Associate 507804 Physics and Applied Physics
The Department of Physics and Applied Physics of the University of Massachusetts Lowell has an open postdoctoral fellow position available in the laboratory of Professor Noureddine Melikechi. The Postdoctoral Fellow will work on a project aimed at developing and using novel spectroscopic and artificial methods to detect spectral signatures in biomedical fluids and/or tissues that could be used or the early diagnosis of cancers, Alzheimer’s, and other diseases. The postdoctoral fellow will also investigate other types of complex samples. We are looking for a candidate with experience in experimental laser spectroscopy and most notably laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy, and other optical techniques.

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