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Executive Assistant to Vice Chancellor - Research & Innovation 513874 Research & Innovation
The Vice Chancellor for Research and Innovation oversees two clusters: (1) Research Administration and Institutional Compliance; and (2) Industry Partnerships and Economic Development. The Executive Assistant (EA) to the Vice Chancellor for Research and Innovation (VCRI) provides direct administrative support to the Vice Chancellor and supports operational and administrative needs of diverse projects and multiple ongoing endeavors undertaken by the VCRI Office. This also includes special projects to improve processes and inform strategies. The EA supervises all support staff in the VCRI office. The EA is also part of the staff supporting Executive Cabinet activities and collaborates regularly with a diverse group of internal (primarily faculty and staff) and external constituencies.
Senior Facilities Laboratory Systems Manager 513885 Facilities Operations&Services
This position reports to the Executive Director of Facilities Operations and Services (O&S) and serves as the primary building and maintenance liaison for the SAAB Emerging Technologies and Innovation Center (ETIC). In addition, this position coordinates a range of maintenance and service support activity for laboratory and research spaces, and facilitates the lab equipment request program across the campus. The ETIC building houses a nanofabrication cleanroom and other types of labs such as characterization, wet and dry chemistry; mechanical properties testing; nanomedicine; and plastics research. This position is responsible for coordinating and reviewing Facilities Management maintenance and service activities in the ETIC Building, and will liaison with the technical staff, to ensure the physical plant supports the scientific mission of the university.
Visiting Faculty Lecturer - Computer Science (multiple positions) 513751 Computer Science
The Computer Science Department at The University of Massachusetts Lowell invites applications for a full-time, non-tenure-track faculty position (Multiple Positions) at the rank of Visiting Faculty Lecturer to start in the Fall Semester of 2022 (an earlier start might be considered).
Director, Equal Opportunity & Outreach, Title IX and ADA Deputy Coordinator 513412 Equal Opp & Outreach
Reporting to the Associate Vice Chancellor, Equal Opportunity and Outreach and Diversity and Inclusion, the Director investigates complaints related to potential violations of the university’s equal opportunity and Title IX policies. Manages the daily office operations, including the status of the investigations and provides guidance and support to the Equal Opportunity and Outreach personnel in all the equal opportunity matters, including but not limited to civil rights, Title IX, ADA /504. Under the guidance and leadership of the Associate Vice Chancellor, provide assistance, advice, and counsel to the university’s community regarding civility, equal opportunity, Title IX, diversity and inclusion matters, and reviews the office’s policies and procedures to ensure they are current and based on best practices. In collaboration with the Associate Vice Chancellor develops and delivers equal opportunity and diversity and inclusion programs and initiatives to provide information and education to the community and to enhance the employees and students’ knowledge and understanding in these areas to assist the university in fostering an environment that is welcoming, respectful and safe for all. Works with other members of the Human Resources and Equal Opportunity & Outreach team.
Assistant Director,  Undergraduate Advising and Student Success 513716 Grad & Professional Studies
The Assistant Director - Undergraduate Advising and Student Success is responsible for modeling and nurturing a proactive culture focused on an outstanding student experience; the supervision and mentoring of professional academic advising staff and case management and advising support to a caseload of students from enrollment to graduation. This position requires an advanced, developmental, analytical, and proactive problem solving approach to academic advising and overall student success for an online, adult, non-traditional student population. Candidate should have high comfort level with technology, and the ability to quickly learn new systems.
Graduate Enrollment Advisor 513730 Graduate Admissions
The Graduate Enrollment Advisor will support the management of graduate student re-enrollment campaigns and graduate enrollment advising in the Division of Graduate, Online & Professional Studies. The successful candidate will assist the Division with the development, implementation, and standardization of business processes that support the outreach, advising and re-enrollment activities conducted throughout the year by the Graduate Student Services Office. Working with the Director of Graduate Student Services and other Division staff, the Graduate Enrollment Advisor will assist with the development and deployment of recruitment, enrollment and student service activities implemented to support the attainment of Division graduate student enrollment goals.
Program Coordinator (part-time/temporary) 513733 Chemical Engineering
The University of Massachusetts, Lowell Campus is searching for a part-time program coordinator to manage and support the Intercontinental Nuclear Institute Summer Program and other nuclear engagement activities.
Assistant Director Graduate Student Services 513735 Grad & Professional Studies
The Assistant Director of Graduate Student Services is a key member of the Graduate Student Services Team. This position assists in the development and maintenance of systems and best practices to build and support student academic success and retention, and assists in meeting strategic objectives for persistence and timely graduation of the graduate student population.
Faculty Part-time - Plastics Engineering 513797 Plastics Engineering
Instruction of asynchronous online courses specified by the Department of Plastics Engineering. These courses include, but are not limited to, PLAS.5350 – Rubber Technology, PLAS.5500 – Processing of Elastomers, PLAS.5940 – Design with Elastomers, and PLAS.5950 – Thermoplastic Elastomers.
Resident Director 513754 Residence Life
The Office of Residence Life is looking for a dynamic, student centered person to fill our Resident Director position! The Resident Director is responsible for the overall management and supervision of a residence hall, and the position includes staff supervision, community development, operations management, and student support. This position is a fantastic entry level opportunity to provide support and development to students while developing and growing your professional skills.
ZCHS Clinical Placement and Student Success Coordinator (Multiple Positions) 513740 Zuckerberg College Health Sci
The ZCHS Clinical Placement and Student Success Coordinators represent the Zuckerberg College of Health Sciences in securing clinical nursing placements. The Coordinators works in partnership to assure all Nursing students are supported in their clinical education experiences. In addition, the Coordinators facilitate the CORI background check process in the College and support student success initiatives. These are full-time, benefited positions.
Faculty Part-time - Clinical Practicum Coordinator 513755 Physical Therapy & Kinesiology
The Department of Physical Therapy and Kinesiology at UMass Lowell invites applications for an Adjunct Faculty-Clinical Practicum Coordinator for its undergraduate Exercise Science program. Specifically, we seek an individual to administrate the Clinical Practicum Program (internship) for senior Exercise Science students and teach the associated course(s).
Senior Mechanical Engineer & Project Manager 513724 Project Management & Planning
The Mechanical Engineer is responsible for project management, design, and preparation of drawings and specifications for the mechanical components of a variety of capital projects ranging from research and laboratory equipment installation to modifications of building mechanical systems, as well as development of campus standards and peer review of designs prepared by consulting designers. This position will use their technical knowledge and creative problem solving ability to support colleagues in Facilities Management in developing energy efficient solutions to mechanical challenges.
BMEBT Enrollment Advisor (part-time) 513712 Grad & Professional Studies
This position in the Division of Graduate, Online and Professional Studies provides graduate advising, enrollment, and reenrollment support to students in the BMEBT program. This position also provides administrative and programmatic support for the BMEBT Graduate Coordinators.
Visiting Faculty Lecturer - Chemical Engineering 511520 Chemical Engineering
The Francis College of Engineering is searching for an outstanding candidate to fill a Visiting Faculty position in Chemical Engineering. Candidates with experience in engineering education and the design of effective and inclusive pedagogical approaches will be given strong consideration.
Secondary Practicum Clinical Supervisor - School of Education (part-time) 513686 School of Education
The College of Education at the University of Massachusetts Lowell is seeking part-time practicum supervisors and pre-practicum observers with interest and experience teaching middle school or high school mathematics, science, English Language Arts, and History in public schools to supervise teacher candidates in the field during the practicum and to conduct field observations during the pre-practicum.
Academic Advisor, Undergraduate GPS (part-time/non-benefited) 513696 Grad & Professional Studies
UMass Lowell division of Graduate, Online and Professional Studies (GPS) is seeking qualified applicants to join our growing team of student success professionals. The Academic Advisor will be 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.
Biostatistician II 513629 Computer Science
Under the general direction of the department head or designee, the Biostatistician II will assist in the planning, design, review, programming and implementation of special information systems activities.
HEROES Project Facilitator 513549 Plastics Engineering
HEROES is a unique collaborative research and development center between UMass Lowell and the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Soldier Center (DEVCOM SC). HEROES drives interdisciplinary technological development for improved protection, sustainability and effectiveness of the American warfighters. This initiative is located on campus where UMass Lowell faculty and students and DEVCOM SC scientists and engineers work side by side and share laboratory space. HEROES Initiative supports numerous projects involving over 70 faculty members from colleges of sciences, health sciences, engineering, school of business. HEROES projects are organized in six major thrust areas: unmanned aerial systems, thermal. Chem/bio/ FR protection, flexible electronics & power, human augmentation /exoskeleton research, sensors for chemicals & food pathogens, and nutritional intervention. The HEROES project facilitator will help faculty in meeting the program objectives by ensuring coordination with various stakeholders. The project facilitator will coordinate activities with collaborators from the industry, track progress and facilitate the team in seeking out opportunities for the continuation of the project. The HEROES project facilitator will also assist faculty members and the HEROES team in proposal development to fund the subsequent phase of the project.
Housekeeping Services Assistant Manager (multiple positions) 513561 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 using industry best practices. 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. The Housekeeping Services Assistant Manager is an individual who models behavior and attitude that establishes & maintains a respectful and inclusive work environment.

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