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Part-time Administrative Assistant/Program Support 518075 Manning School of Business
The Manning School of Business at the University of Massachusetts Lowell is seeking applications for a part-time, non-benefitted, and non-union administrative assistant to provide administrative and office support. Overall, the administrative assistant is expected to contribute to the growth and development of the Donahue Center for Business Ethics and Social Responsibility and the Manning School of Business strategic initiatives. Responsibilities include organizing and promoting guest speaker events along with providing support for specific initiatives such as student competitions, networking, and fundraising events. The successful candidate will be eager to learn new skills, including training on several university platforms.
Budget Coordinator, Academic & Student Affairs 518067 Student Affairs
Academic and Student Affairs seek an addition to our financial team in an administrative position with potential for growth. The Budget Coordinator will provide administrative support to the Director of Academic Budget and the Director of Student Affairs Financial Administration (position will have a dual reporting line) Assist the two directors by processing various transactions required for daily operations and assisting with oversight of operating budgets, payroll, and reporting.
Parking Coordinator 518043 UCard Access&ParkingServices
The UCard, Access and Parking Services (UCAPS) Office provides the university community access to identification cards, parking administration, building access control, and student printing. Additionally, the UCAPS Office oversees the University’s integrated security services including video surveillance, intrusion/panic detection, emergency phones, external mass notification, and the public safety radio system. The UCAPS Office manages the University’s complex parking system which consists of over 25 surface lots, 5 garages, and 3 pay-by-plate hourly lots. Carefully established policies have been created to efficiently manage the 5000-6000 vehicles on campus each day, which are enforced by permit sales and in-field parking enforcement. The Parking Coordinator oversees the day-to-day field operations of the University’s parking program, including the oversight of the parking enforcement staff and event parking logistics. The Parking Coordinator is a self-motivated and organized individual who leads a team of 6-12 individuals including their hiring, training, and scheduling, as well as the important implementation of event parking for the University’s outside guests.
Enrollment Marketing Coordinator 518018 Marketing
The Enrollment Marketing Coordinator primarily supports the development and deployment of serialized marketing and communications "touch" campaigns (via email, SMS and other means) in order to cultivate applications, campus visits and enrollments.  Some opportunities for hybrid/remote work available.  Position involves working across campuses. Due to the nature of social media work, this position requires occasional monitoring and responding to student inquiries outside of normal working hours. On rare occasions, may be asked to attend an evening or weekend event, typically no more than 3 times per year.
Admissions Counselor (Multiple Positions) 517971 Undergrad Admissions
An Admissions Counselor is responsible for traditional admissions responsibilities that will enhance the recruitment and yield efforts of the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. General admissions responsibilities include: in-person, as well as virtual travel for school visits, parent/student programming, college fairs, conducting information sessions, virtual recruitment opportunities including virtual school visits, virtual college fairs, virtual panel discussions, and webinars, as well as reading, evaluating and summarizing applications for admission. Admissions Counselors must have the ability to effectively manage a recruitment territory that will include outreach, recruiting and yielding high-achieving students, under-represented students, local, and out-of-state students.
FLAD/Saab Visiting Professorship in Portuguese Studies (temporary) 518009 World Languages and Cultures
The Luso-American Development Foundation (FLAD) in Lisbon, Portugal, and the Saab Center for Portuguese Studies in the University of Massachusetts Lowell College of Fine Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences announce the FLAD/Saab Visiting Professorship in Portuguese Studies for Spring Semester 2024. This program is a three-year collaboration that sponsors a one-semester a year, open-rank, Visiting Professor of Portuguese Studies at UMass Lowell. The program is open to Portuguese Academics presently teaching at a university in Portugal or abroad.
Office Manager - Office of Military and Veteran Services (part-time/temporary) 517992 Veterans Services
The part-time office support staff will be responsible for the oversight of the office space and administrative support for the Office of Military and Veteran Services. The purpose of this role is to ensure the smooth operation of the services provided by this office.
HR/Payroll Representative (temporary) 518005 Human Resources
The Office of Human Resources at the University of Massachusetts Lowell has an exciting opportunity for a temporary position as an HR/Payroll Representative. The HR/Payroll Representative ensures accurate and timely processing of the bi-weekly payroll, is responsible for maintaining employee and sponsored guest personnel action forms, (PAFs) electronic PAFs (ePAFs), and processing additional compensation payments. The representative will also respond to inquiries regarding employee HR/Payroll related questions, assist with the foreign taxation treaty questions for international employees (students and scholars), and provide front desk coverage.
Professor (Department Chair) Biomedical Engineering 511452 Biomedical Engineering
The Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Massachusetts Lowell seeks a visionary leader for the position of department chair. The new chair will have the opportunity to lead the next stages of academic and research development and advance the reputation of the department. The appointment is expected to be at the level of Associate or Full Professor with tenure.
Research Coordinator I 517223 Civil & Environmental Eng
Supported by the National Science Foundation Smart and Connected Communities (SCC) program the research will develop and implement a community engaged water quality monitoring and alert system. Through a community engaged approach, community members will sample and test water from the socioeconomically diverse communities of Lowell, Lawrence, Dracut, and Andover. Under the direction of the Principal Investigator or designee(s), the Research Coordinator will support the SCC research study. Key responsibilities, essential job duties, and key job factors are listed below.
Faculty Part-time - Psychology 517908 Psychology
The Psychology Department in the College of Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences seeks applicants for an adjunct position teaching a regularly offered undergraduate course in Sport and Exercise Psychology. Successful candidates will demonstrate knowledge of the desired teaching area and commitment to engaged teaching. The University of Massachusetts Lowell is committed to increasing diversity in its faculty, staff, and student populations.
Grant Writer/Resource Development Specialist (part-time/temporary) 517876 Equity & Inclusion
The Office of Equity & Inclusion (E&I) works across divisions and communities to align university efforts in the systemic infusion of diversity, equity, inclusion, belonging (DEIB). The Grant Writer/Resource Development Specialist is responsible for researching and identifying grant/funding opportunities, authoring/writing, submittals, management of proposals, timely reporting, and general support of the resource development process focused on DEIB. Position works collaboratively with campus partners for content development and application submissions. This is a temporary, part-time, non-benefited, non-unit position of 18 hours per week for up to one year with the potential for renewal dependent on funding. Salary is commensurate with experience.
Senior Counseling Clinician 517805 Counseling
University of Massachusetts Lowell has an exciting opening for a Senior Counseling Clinician at Counseling Services, part of the UMass Lowell Wellness Center. Counseling Services strives to empower, support, and assist students in the pursuit of their academic, professional, and personal endeavors. Counseling Services clinicians work with undergraduate and graduate students to tackle challenges and remove barriers to growth, change, happiness, peace, or well-being.
Laboratory Technician 517648 Biological Sciences
The Laboratory Technician is responsible for animal care, lab maintenance, and administrative tasks that support the Steinel lab’s mission of investigating host-pathogen interactions and comparative immunology. Outside of general lab tasks, this position will provide opportunities for independent research.
Laboratory Manager - Civil and Environmental Engineering 517847 Civil & Environmental Eng
The Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering (CEE) has several laboratories including Environmental, Structural and Engineering Materials, Fluid Mechanics, Geotechnical, and Surveying labs. The Lab Manager is responsible for overseeing daily activities of these CEE laboratories including acquisition, installation, maintenance, operations, budgeting, and supervising laboratory personnel. The individual serves as a liaison with UMass Lowell’s Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) regarding safety compliance for CEE instructional laboratories and research facilities and including inspections, hazards, incidents, orderliness, and cleanliness. The individual will be working directly with a diverse community of CEE faculty, staff, students, and scholars supporting teaching, research, and other academic activities.
Salesforce Developer 517835 Enterprise Applications
The Salesforce Developer in the Office of Information Technology works closely with the Director of Enterprise Applications and collaboratively with the Enterprise Applications team to develop and administer Salesforce solutions for the entire UMass Lowell campus. The principal function of this job is to implement and support large scale, enterprise-class solutions on Salesforce and the associated ecosystem.
Assistant Coach - Men's Soccer 517814 Athletic Programs
The Assistant Coach of Men’s Soccer assists with the organization and supervision of all aspects of the Men’s Soccer team within the parameters designated by the university, the America East Conference and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).
Office Support - Student Affairs (part-time/temporary) 517643 Student Activities Leadership
The part-time office support staff will be responsible for the oversight of the office space supporting Student Affairs and Student Engagement. This role is to ensure the smooth operation of the vital components of each suite. There is 1 position currently open.
Faculty Part-time - Music 517789 Music Department
The Department of Music at UMass Lowell is looking to create an adjunct instructor pool for its Sound Recording Technology program. Qualified instructors will have expertise and/or teaching experience in one or more of the following areas: Mixing and Mastering Acoustics and Psychoacoustics Multitrack Production Computer Applications in Audio Audio Theory
Accountant 517753 Controllers Office
The Controller’s Office is responsible for financial management and reporting, tax filing coordination and maintaining a control environment for the proper use of funds in accordance with Federal, State, and University policies. The Office establishes business practices and procedures, prepares campus financial statements and liaisons with internal and external auditors. The Office has frequent interface with the President’s Office Controller and Central Services in coordinating financial activities of the campus with overall University goals and objectives. The Controller’s Office further manages the integration of the university finance system (PeopleSoft/Oracle) with accounting operations and actively analyzes financial information through the use of queries, spreadsheets, databases, and other reporting tools for trend analyses, forecasts, and financial ratios. The Controller’s Office includes General Accounting, Financial Analysis and Reporting, Cash Management/Treasury, Ecommerce and Student Financial Services. The Office works closely with other Financial Service areas including Budget, Procurement, Accounts Payable, Payroll and Facilities and with other business units (e.g., Research, Advancement, Student Academic and Affairs). to support the smooth operation of all campus financial activity.

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