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Coordinator, Media/AV Hospitality & Event Services (part-time) 511061 Hospitality and Event Services
Provides high quality customer service in a professional manner through technical support and coordination for all events on campus as assigned. The part time position is responsible for ensuring successful media and audio visual (A/V) and sound support for both internal and external clients. The position supports in person events, hybrid events, and virtual events.
Alumni & Donor Relations Coordinator (Part-time) 511035 Alumni & Donor Relations
The Alumni & Donor Relations Coordinator will assist in executing event logistics and donor relations and stewardship projects. They will work with the Executive Director of Alumni & Donor Relations and the Events & Stewardship Managers to determine strategies and priorities. They support event planning and volunteer activities for school and college programming. This position will also assist stewardship in tracking reports, thank you notes, ordering gifts, compiling packages for development officers to give to donors, and reviewing lists for donor relations mail merges. Provide Strategic Support and Coordination for School & College-Based Events: 1. Track signature events and meetings, as needed: Departmental Anniversary Events, College Appreciation Nights, Advisory Board meetings. 2. Create nametags for events; coordinate event check-in. 3. Assist event manager delivery of items, coordination of volunteer timelines. 4. Ensure coding of relevant events is completed and follow up communication lists are ready. Assist with Donor Stewardship initiatives: 1. Create endowment certificates and track process. 2. Track donor recognition gifts. 3. Enter thank you notes into Advance database on donor records. 4. Track Reports and prepare lists for mail-merges with excel. Other event and office support: 1. Monitor Alumni Office Email/Voicemail and respond to or forward inquiries from alumni in a timely manner. 2. Assist other Alumni staff members with office administrative work, i.e. make copies of agendas, prepare meeting materials. 3. Create online photo galleries post-events, share with development team for them to forward to relevant donors.
AANAPISI Program Director 510908 Multicultural Affairs
The University of Massachusetts Lowell recently received through the U.S. Department of Education, the Asian American Native American Pacific Islander Serving Institutions (AANAPISI) grant, which aims to mitigate AAPI students’ barriers to educational achievement by enhancing institutional programs and services. The Program Director provides leadership and direction in the development and management of the AANAPISI five-year grant funded program. The aim is to increase AAPI college degree attainment and overall student success. The Program Director collaborates with campus partners to implement an educational program that provides students an opportunity for college degree completion through a holistic network of support, student wellbeing, and connected pathways. This position oversees outreach initiatives, staff development, campus educational opportunities and trainings, and provides leadership and compliance with applicable state and federal regulations related to the grant services and responsibilities.
AANAPISI Student Advancement Specialist 510913 Multicultural Affairs
The University of Massachusetts Lowell recently received through the U.S. Department of Education, the Asian American Native American Pacific Islander Serving Institutions (AANAPISI) grant, which aims to mitigate AAPI students’ barriers to educational achievement by enhancing institutional programs and services. The AA Student Advancement Specialist will be responsible for conducting outreach and recruitment efforts to AAPI students, promote UMass Lowell’s AANAPISI program, provide educational awareness of AAPI needs, concerns & issues to the UML community, and supports the mission and goals of the AANAPISI five-year grant funded program. The aim is to increase AAPI college degree attainment and overall student success. The AA Student Advancement Specialist collaborates with the Project Director and campus partners to implement an educational programs, provide culturally appropriate direct services to the AACEE student cohort program such as personal, cultural support and collaborate on facilitating career preparedness, student wellbeing and wellness, financial awareness & literacy, and identity development topics. The AA Student Advancement Specialist will develop training materials and conduct workshops and trainings.
Assistant Director of Financial Research Administration - Office of Research Administration 511013 Office Research Administration
The Office of Research Administration (ORA) provides assistance to faculty and research staff in all aspects of managing external research funding. The Assistant Director of Financial Research Administration assists in the management of the Financial Research team within ORA.  The position has responsibility for and assists in the management of the financial post-award administration of grants and contracts including award set-up, expenditure approvals, invoicing, financial reporting and closeout.  This position is responsible for helping to ensure compliance with all Federal, State, University and sponsor policies, procedures and rules.  The position and office work closely with the Vice Chancellor for Research and Economic Development's other offices, as well as other units across the campus and throughout the University system to provide efficient and effective research administration support services to the UMass Lowell research community. Some opportunities for remote work available.
Coordinator of Enrollment Events 511022 Enrollment Services
The Coordinator of Enrollment Events works with prospective students throughout their visit experience during the recruitment, yield and enrollment cycle by aiding in the coordination of Campus Tours, Undergraduate Open Houses, College-specific Destination UML Events, Welcome Days, Junior Preview Day and Orientation. The Coordinator of Enrollment Events will work closely with the Enrollment Events team, as well as various campus partners, to ensure a smooth and successful event for all participants. The Coordinator of Enrollment Events will report directly to the Senior Director of Orientation & Enrollment Events with a dotted line to the Senior Assistant Director of Orientation & Campus Tours.
Communication Dispatcher II 510953 University Police
The Communications Dispatcher II performs a variety of duties involving transmitting messages from the radio communications base station. S/he monitors various radio frequencies and operates radio transmitting and receiving equipment. S/he will maintain records and logs of department daily activities, search files to obtain information, utilize information equipment in order to facilitate law enforcement and community care taking goals and missions. All finalists will be required to present the following documents: Birth Certificate, High School Diploma or G.E.D. Certificate and Driver's License. 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.
Assistant/Associate/Full Professor in Data Analytics - MIS 510982 Operations & Info Systems
The Operations & Information Systems (OIS) Department at the Robert J. Manning School of Business, University of Massachusetts Lowell, is seeking candidates for a tenure-track Assistant/Associate/Full Professor position with a focus on teaching and research in business/data analytics and MIS. The preferred fields of specialization for the position include but are not limited to: business/data analytics, data science, AI and machine learning, big data, cloud computing, and IS economics (analytical or empirical). Preference will be given to candidates at the Assistant or Associate Professor levels. The position is expected to start September 1, 2022.
Senior Mechanical Engineer and Project Manager 511008 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.
Assistant Athletic Trainer 510966 Athletic Programs
This position will assist the Assistant AD for Sports Medicine and Performance in administering athletic health care operations for the intercollegiate athletics program.
Admissions Communications & Outreach Operations Coordinator 510927 Undergrad Admissions
This essential role works as part of a dedicated enrollment team to ensure the success of the University’s customer relationship management (CRM) system, Slate Technolutions, in support of enrollment-related communications, admissions lead coordination and effective outreach to these customers. A goal of this position is to expand the use of the CRM communication tools to their fullest potential and effectiveness to support the university’s enrollment goals.
Space Planning Specialist 510938 Project Management & Planning
The Space Planning Specialist supports the Planning and Facilities Information Services (FIS) teams. They are responsible for planning data collection, study and plan preparation, developing measured drawings, test fit plans, and FIS data maintenance, including field survey of space configuration and use.
Support Specialist 509147 Grad & Professional Studies
The GPS admissions and advising team is seeking a part-time support specialist. This role is vital to supporting the needs of the admissions & advising teams through various administrative tasks, customer service and student support. A strong desire to provide top-tier customer service is a must. Minimum Qualifications (Required): HS diploma required, background in customer support. Preference to those with previous higher education experience. Must be proficient in MS office. Additional Considerations: This is an on-campus, temporary, part-time, non-benefited, non-unit position – 18 hours per week.The GPS office is open from 8:30am-8pm M-Th and 8:30am-5p F. The ideal candidate will be available to work at least one 3:30-8pm shift each week. Preferred Qualifications: Seeking a candidate that has outstanding phone and email etiquette and the ability to answer questions in a professional and timely manner. Special Instructions to Applicants: Please include a resume and cover letter with your application. Names and contact information of three references will be required at the time of application.
Assistant Director Student Life &Well-being 510885 Student Affairs
The mission of the Office of Student Life and Wellbeing is to advance the Division of Academic and Student Affairs holistic concept for student success by integrating the eight dimensions of wellness in partnership with the Zuckerberg College of Health Science, the Wellness Center, Campus Recreation, and University Dining. Reporting to the Director of Student Life & Well-being, the Assistant Director will assist the Director in carrying out the vision, goals, and strategies necessary to create a culture of well-being across campus. The Assistant Director will be a dynamic leader who will work collaboratively with other campus and industry leaders to improve health and wellness across multiple campus organizations by using key metrics in addressing and promoting student well-being.  The Assistant Director will be a member of a collaborative team responsible for the prevention, education, and training related to: alcohol and other drugs, sexual health, and other wellness-related initiatives. The roles include assisting in implementing comprehensive, research-driven, culturally relevant, and in-depth prevention programming to create long-lasting change for the campus community.  The Assistant Director will provide customized presentations to students, faculty, and staff on wellness-related topics.
Assistant Coach - Women's Basketball 510904 Athletic Programs
The Assistant Coach - Women’s Basketball provides assistance in all phases of coaching the Division I women’s basketball program including: student-athlete recruitment, game preparation, player evaluation, academic coordination and practice and game coaching. Also provides administrative support as assigned.
Postdoctoral Research Associate – Mechanical Engineering – Advanced Composites Characterization 510881 Mechanical Engineering
The successful candidate will perform characterization, manufacturing and testing of ceramic materials. Results will be used to implement computational tools at d¬ifferent length scales, including molecular-, micro- and mecro-level to simulate the mechanical behavior of structures from manufacturing to in-service performance. Different optimization techniques will b¬e employed in assisting the design of materials and devices to achieve high efficiency and low environmental impact.
Director of Annual Giving 510897 Development
Reporting to the Associate Vice Chancellor for Development, the Director of Annual Giving will be a hands on team member providing leadership and management for the annual giving program to achieve the desired annual fundraising results for the University. The Director will oversee and execute a comprehensive annual giving program inclusive of all solicitations, including direct mail, email, leadership annual giving, giving days, crowdfunding and face-to-face meetings to expand the donor base, retain donors, and increase dollars raised. The position will develop and facilitate a pattern of annual support for the University.
Postdoctoral Research Associate - Mathematical Sciences 510675 Mathematical Sciences
Postdoctoral Fellowship in Variational Analysis, Optimization and Statistics: The Mathematical Sciences Department at the University of Massachusetts Lowell invites applications for a one-year, full-time, non-renewable postdoctoral position. The candidate will join the Variational Analysis, Optimization and Statistics research group at the department. Expertise in Convex Analysis, Statistical Learning and applications are preferred. The position is for 12 months, to begin in fall 2022. Responsibilities will consist primarily of conducting high quality research. Additional teaching opportunities may be available.
Assistant/Associate Professor - Infectious Disease Biology 510846 Biological Sciences
The University of Massachusetts Lowell Department of Biological Sciences invites applications to fill a full-time tenure-track faculty position, at the Assistant or Associate Professor level, to start September 2022. We seek an individual who studies the biology of pathogens, including but not limited to: disease ecology and/or evolution, cell and molecular biology of pathogenesis, interactions between microbes and the host immune system, interactions with vectors, the effects of climate change and urbanization on disease systems, disease spillover, or pathogen population biology. The ideal candidate's research should complement and leverage existing departmental and campus strengths, including expertise in immunology, invertebrate biology, microbial evolutionary ecology, genomics, and bioinformatics. Allied departments at UMass Lowell also have strengths in nanomedicine, biomaterials, public health, robotics and tissue engineering, and advanced imaging technologies. In addition, applicants whose work addresses the impact of climate change will have the opportunity to participate in UMass Lowell’s Climate Change Initiative, which draws members from all six Colleges and Schools with a common focus on climate change research and education. The successful candidate will be expected to establish a vigorous, externally funded research program, and contribute to the department's teaching mission. Teaching responsibilities may include the development of undergraduate courses, in addition to upper-level and graduate courses.
Assistant Project Manager - Facilities (multiple positions) 510853 Project Management & Planning
This position serves as an assistant to Senior Project Managers. They are responsible for efficiently managing all aspects of projects and assignments on time, within budget and aligned with campus strategies and initiatives.

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