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Director - NCAA Compliance 501835 Athletic Programs
Under the direction of the Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance, the Director of NCAA Compliance will assist and oversee specified areas within the day-to-day activities of a Division I compliance program.
Donor Relations Assistant (part-time) 501972 University Advancement
The Donor Relations Assistant will assist in organizing and supporting logistics and marketing materials for Donor Relations initiatives. Reporting directly to the Stewardship Manager, the coordinator will work with the Executive Director of Alumni & Donor Relations along with the Stewardship Manager to determine strategy and priorities.
Student Employment Coordinator - Job Location and Development Program (JLD) 501692 Financial Aid
The Student Employment Coordinator - Job Location and Development Program will be responsible for locating and developing off- campus employment opportunities for students, regardless of financial need. The Coordinator will also manage a variety of daily personnel related functions, special projects, and other complex transactions. This position will work to create employment opportunities suitable to the scheduling and educational needs of students with the goal of complementing and reinforcing the educational programs and/or vocational goals of the students.
Conduct Coordinator & Case Manager 501755 Student Affairs
The Conduct Coordinator and Case Manager position is an entry-level position playing an integral role in the Office of Student Conduct allowing for the exploration of student conduct, Title IX, compliance, and case management. The coordinator is a member of the conduct team, and as such will work collaboratively and build relationships with departments within Student Affairs and the University to aid in the success of the students they are working with.
Director - Corporate Partnerships & Donor Relations 501799 Athletic Programs
The Director for Corporate Partnerships and Athletic Donor Relations will work closely with the Senior Associate Athletic Director for Corporate Partnership and Donor Relations to develop and implement strategies, events and programs to engage and recruit Companies to advertise and promote their product and service through UMass Lowell Athletics. S/he is responsible for revenue-generating activities associated with advertising, corporate sales and premium ticket sales in athletics. S/he is responsible for working towards corporate revenue goals each fiscal year. S/he will work to continue to grow the athletic donor base as well as increase donor dollars supporting UMass Lowell Athletics.
Visiting Lecturer – Biomedical Engineering 501246 Biomedical Engineering
The Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Massachusetts Lowell seeks a full-time Visiting Lecturer with expertise in Biomedical Engineering. The successful candidate will be expected to begin work in September 2019 and assist in teaching a range of BME courses that may include: Applications Programming (MatLab), Medical Device Design, Bioinstrumentation and Lab, Quantitative Physiology and Lab, Biomechanics, Thermodynamics, Transport Phenomena, Biomaterials, as well as other courses as required. In addition to delivering high-quality courses, the position includes service contributions to the Department and the University.
Senior Grants & Contracts Administrator - Office of Research Administration 501305 Office Research Administration
This integral position within the Office of Research Administration assists investigators to submit proposals to obtain research funding and manage awards resulting from these proposals. This position facilitates the development and submission of proposals for research funding in accordance with sponsor and university policies, reviews grant awards and contracts for research funding, and manages the set up and monitoring of grants and contracts for research funding.
Staff Nurse/LPN (Part-time/Non-Benefited) 501648 Health Services
The Staff Nurse/LPN is responsible for providing professional, developmentally appropriate, culturally competent, evidence based, confidential, high quality health care to students at the University of Massachusetts Lowell facilitating their personal and academic success.
Executive Director - Marketing - Graduate & Professional Studies 501517 CE-Administration
The Executive Director of Marketing is responsible for marketing strategy and campaign development at the brand and program level for the Division of Graduate and Professional Studies. This position will assist the Division in achieving aggressive enrollment and program growth goals in the online and on-campus graduate and undergraduate programs supported by the Division.
Computer & Network Assistant Systems Manager 500310 Computer Science
The Department of Computer Science at the University of Massachusetts Lowell is searching to fill a full-time position of Assistant Systems Manager. The successful applicant's role will be - under the Department's current Systems Manager - to proactively manage and refine our IT infrastructure from provisioning to maintenance. The role runs the gamut from providing the programming environment for all students and faculty to supporting small teams of our research labs.
Faculty Part-time - Chemistry 501552 Chemistry
The Department of Chemistry 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 2019 and assist in teaching a range of classes including Organic Chemistry I, Chemistry I, Forensic Science for the Non-Scientist.
Associate Director of Operations & Services 497765 Facilities Operations&Services
The Associate Director, Facilities Operations & Services ensures support of the University commitment to providing quality facilities, trades work and customer service services to the entire campus community; with responsibility for trades department activities related to University facilities building, infrastructure and site projects. The growing university includes 4.5 million square feet in 60 buildings and 160 people. The position supports and provides assistance to the Director of Facilities Operations and Services with supervisory/management activities.
Faculty Part-time - Biomedical & Nutritional Sciences 501424 Biomed & Nutritional Sciences
The Zuckerberg College of Health Sciences at the University of Massachusetts Lowell is searching for part-time Adjunct Instructors to teach in its undergraduate and graduate Applied Biomedical Sciences programs which include: Medical/Clinical Laboratory Sciences, Nutritional Sciences, and Pharmaceutical Sciences disciplines.
Part-time Administrative Specialist 498365 Residence Life
The Part-time Administrative Specialist assists in the overall day-to-day management of the Office of Residence Life by providing excellent customer service to students, faculty, staff, and community members. The Part-Time Administrative Specialists assists with staffing the front desk in the central Residence Life Office and manages office phone calls, emails, and social media initiatives.
Faculty Part-time - Biomedical Engineering 501310 Biomedical Engineering
The Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Massachusetts Lowell invites applications for Adjunct Professors to teach 1-2 courses per semester, beginning as early as September 2019. Instructors are needed to teach classes that may include: Applications Programming (MatLab), Medical Device Design, Bioinstrumentation and Lab, Quantitative Physiology and Lab, Biomechanics, Thermodynamics, Transport Phenomena, Biomaterials, and other courses as required. We are also actively seeking individuals to develop upper-level undergraduate specialization courses in the areas of Medical Device Development, Biopharmaceuticals, and Medical Imaging.
Maintainer I - Housekeeper (multiple positions) 501133 Facilities Operations&Services
Incumbents of this position perform janitorial, custodial, housekeeping, maintenance and some grounds keeping tasks at the University. The basic purpose of this work is to perform various manual tasks required for the routine maintenance of the buildings and grounds of an educational campus.
Director - Student Conduct 501149 Student Affairs
The Director of Student Conduct provides leadership, vision and strategic planning for the Office of Student Conduct.  The Director is a thought leader on campus concerning the rights and responsibilities of students, and ensures that student behavior related policies, procedures and processes are informed by current legislation, case law and federal guidelines.  In addition, the Director is responsible for monitoring and maintaining a fair, civil, and educational Student Conduct Process.  The Director will serve as an investigator for high level student conduct cases and is also appointed as a Deputy Title IX Coordinator. The Director of Student Conduct is a member of the Division of Student Affairs Leadership team, will work collaboratively with offices across the university including, Residence Life, University Police, Athletics, Student Activities, Admissions, and the Schools and Colleges.  Beyond leadership of the Office of Student Conduct, the Director, along with the other Directors and Deans provides collaborative and seamless leadership of the Division of Student Affairs. The Office of Student Conduct oversees all aspects of the Student Conduct Code and the student conduct process.  Additionally, the Office of Student Conduct coordinates Clery Act compliance efforts for the Division of Student Affairs.  Education and personal development is the foundation from which the Office of Student Conduct carries out its mission of caring for students, treating students equitably, and making ethical decisions.  Name, title, and contact information for at least three references we can contact.
Postdoctoral Research Associate - Accreting Pulsars 501129 Space Sci. & Tech. (LoCSST)
Applications are invited for a postdoctoral position at UMass Lowell Center for Space Science and Technology, to work on Accreting Pulsars, with Drs. Silas Laycock and Dimitris Christodoulou. The successful applicant will develop codes to model X-ray pulse profiles as a way to infer the structure of the accretion flow, and explore the time evolution of pulsar magnetospheres. They will also identify and reduce X-ray observations to augment the group’s library of pulse-profiles in ways that meaningfully extend our parameter space. This will include processing archival data from XMM-Newton, NuSTAR, Swift, Chandra, as well as proposing for new observations.
Academic Advisor, Online & Continuing Education (part-time/non-benefited) 501158 CE-Administration
UMass Lowell division of Online and Continuing Education is seeking qualified applicants to join our growing team of student success professionals. The Academic Advisor, OCE (temporary) 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.
Faculty Part-time English - First Year Writing Program 501036 English Writing Program
The First-Year Writing Program in the Department of English is seeking applications from individuals interested in teaching courses on a part-time basis. The First-Year Writing Program serves all incoming students in the University and offers over 100 sections each semester in the College Writing sequence, a Core Curriculum requirement for all undergraduate students. College Writing courses have a maximum enrollment cap of 19 students.

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