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River Hawk Scholars Academy Program Coordinator 510289 Multicultural Affairs
The River Hawk Scholars Academy Program Coordinator provides administrative and program support to the River Hawk Scholars Academy (RHSA), a student success and retention program at UMass Lowell that focuses on a primary population of first-generation college students as they transition from high school to college and during their first two years in college. The person who will thrive in this position will be committed to the success and well-being of first generation college students and demonstrate a record of innovative programming, attention to detail, and an evidence-driven mindset in decision-making. This position requires the ability to manage competing priorities, work independently on projects, and the capacity to collaborate with a range of people and populations. The person in this in this role will report to the RHSA Faculty Director and will work collaboratively with the Office of Multicultural Affairs on other initiatives for undergraduate student success.
Coordinator, First Year Writing Program 510321 English
Coordinate the work of the First Year Writing Program (FYWP), including scheduling, budgeting, disbursements and purchases, administering student placement, supporting and documenting faculty development and program initiatives.
Part-time Business Coordinator 510350 Residence Life
The Part-time Residence Life Business Coordinator will assist the department in maintaining the operation of the Residence Life Office and in the execution of the Residence Life student employment program. This position helps coordinate employment processes for student employees (resident advisors, graduate fellows, office assistants, etc) and is responsible for the creation of contracts and maintenance of employment records. This position also supports administrative functions of the Residence Life Office including meeting scheduling for the central office Associate Dean and Directors and the procurement of office supplies.
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.
HVAC Refrigeration Mechanic I and/or II at the University's discretion (Multiple Positions) 508461 Facilities Operations&Services
Incumbents of positions in this series install heating, ventilating, air conditioning and refrigeration equipment including related fixtures; check heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration equipment, including hot water, steam systems, DDC in a variety of buildings (Academic, Resident Halls, Lab) and perform related work as required. The basic purpose of this work is to install, maintain and repair heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration equipment..
Part-time Office Support Staff in Student Affairs (multiple positions) 510298 Student Affairs
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.
Part-time Weekend/Holiday Reference Librarian 510333 Library
The Part-time Weekend and Holiday Reference Librarian provides reference and research assistance to the UMass Lowell community and is the primary staff member in the Library on weekends, responsible for supervising Library student workers and contacting maintenance or security when appropriate.
Clinical Study Coordinator (Internal only) 510098 Biomedical Engineering
This being an internal opportunity, only current UML Employees, irrespective of Bargaining units are eligible to apply for this position. The Clinical Study Coordinator is a benefited full-time position through May 31, 2022, with the possibility of renewal. Under the direction of the Principle Investigator or designee, the Clinical Study Coordinator is responsible for all aspects of collection and management of data for a complex clinical study.
Postdoctoral Research Associate - Center for Women & Work 510222 Center for Women & Work
The principal role of the Postdoctoral Research Associate is to work on the NSF ADVANCE Institutional Transformation Project entitled "Making WAVES (Women Valued and Engaged in STEM): Disrupting Microaggressions to Propagate Institutional Transformation.” Duties include: (a) coordinate institutional interventions targeted on reducing gender, race, and ethnicity-based microagressions, (b) conduct research and share findings. The WAVES project is housed within the UMass Lowell Center for Women & Work. CWW is a vibrant and multidisciplinary community of scholars who are dedicated to the Center’s mission to advance knowledge about the relationship between gender and work through research, enhance understanding of this relationship through education and training, and challenge inequalities, particularly through institutional change.
Academic Advisor, Undergraduate GPS (part-time/non-benefited) 508568 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.
Microsoft 365 Engineer 508027 Systems Engineering
The Microsoft 365 Engineer is a highly technical staff member in the Systems Engineering group in Information technology. The position is responsible for designing various computer information systems both for on-premises and cloud environments to meet the business needs of UMass Lowell’s operations. Specializing in Microsoft cloud solutions, including Azure and Microsoft 365, the position is focused on maximizing benefit and value from the university’s investments in these platforms and technologies.
Postdoctoral Research Associate - Chemical Engineering (Multiple positions) 510118 Chemical Engineering
The multidisciplinary and collaborative lab of Dr. Gulden Camci-Unal at the University of Massachusetts Lowell seeks two Post-Doctoral Research Associates with extensive experiences in bone tissue engineering, biomineralization, in vivo studies, organ-on-chips, mono- and co-cultures of cells, biological assays to monitor cell behavior and function, and culture of human primary cell lines and stem cells for repair and regeneration of bone. The initial appointment will be for 1 year with a possibility of renewal for another year based on the productivity and performance.
Senior Associate Director Operations - Undergraduate Admissions (Internal Only) 510161 Undergrad Admissions
This being an internal opportunity, only current UML Employees, irrespective of Bargaining units are eligible to apply for this position. The Senior Associate Director of Operations will report to the Assistant Dean of Enrollment & Director of Undergraduate Admissions and serve on the admissions leadership team as a senior admissions officer to manage and successfully implement systems, programs, practices, and services to enhance the recruitment of prospective students from prospect to enrolled student. The primary responsibility will include leading and supervising a team of operations staff and leveraging the capabilities of new, modern admissions systems and technologies to improve efficiency and facilitate collaboration; and reviewing and selecting undergraduate applicants. Other duties include: limited recruitment travel to high schools and college fairs, coordinating virtual college fairs and committee review, maintaining staff training manuals, and assisting with other recruitment and yield activities as needed. Additionally, the Senior Associate Director will liaise with the Common Application, UITS, Office Data Analytics & Institutional Research as well as a variety of offices on campus in order to help the university meet its enrollment goals.
Assistant Club Women's Rugby Coach (part-time/temporary) 510256
This position will be responsible for the guidance and development of student-athletes that take part in this activity. The candidate will attend scheduled rugby practices and matches, advise students on skills and strategies in which they are familiar, and act as a key link in the Campus Recreations risk management plan.
Academic Advisors (part-time/temporary) - Multiple positions 510243 Center for Learning
The two part time Academic Advisors and Student Support Specialists (one on north campus and one on south campus) main focus is to assist in managing the advising and academic success of undergraduate day students at UMass Lowell.  The north campus position is in the Advising Center and will report to the Associate Director of Academic Services and the south campus position is in the Advising Center and will report to the Assistant Director of Academic Services.  Each position will assist in creating a strong foundation for the students in understanding the requirements toward their degree and providing academic Student Success Coaching Workshops presented by the Centers for Learning team.
Postdoctoral Research Associate - Plastics Engineering 507420 Plastics Engineering
We are seeking a candidate for a Postdoctoral appointment working in the area of functional textile with appreciation for i) knitting and weaving various structures, ii) optical and mechanical characterization of woven/knit textiles, iii) functionality via moisture wicking and temperature responsiveness. Experience or familiarity with textile construction is a must. In addition, we also look for a candidate with a strong background on fibers and textile; the focus is geared toward textile and composite characterization rather than fiber spinning. The candidate should have expertise in design of experiments, solid mechanics, fabric construction, and materials characterization. The ideal candidate will have sound knowledge of polymer structure- process- property relationships. The ideal candidate should have an understanding of the role fibers play in fabric formation and quality. Experience leading student groups in addition to presenting research to academic and industrial audiences are critical. Other tasks will include documentation of research findings, meeting with other research staff, supervising graduate students, collaboration on and presentation of scientific papers, grant and proposal writing, and industrial outreach. This position is contingent upon funding. This position is available for 12 months, with a possibility for a 6 to 12 month renewal based on productivity and performance and the availability of funding.
Manager of GPS Undergraduate Advising and Student Success 510121 Grad & Professional Studies
Under the direction of the Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Admissions & Academic Advising, the Manager of GPS 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 at Lowell and Haverhill campuses, plus case management and advising support to a caseload of students from enrollment to graduation. This position requires and advanced, developmental, analytical, and proactive problem solving approach to academic advising and overall student success for an online, adult, non-traditional student population. Requires work at both Lowell and Haverhill campuses. Candidate should have high comfort level with technology, and the ability to quickly learn new systems.
ISSO Operations & Systems Manager 510140 International Student&Scholars
The ISSO Operations & Systems Manager will oversee office operations, supervise customer service and data management staff. Will act in the capacity of Designated School Official (DSO) and Alternate Responsible Officer (ARO) responsible for F-1 and J-1 compliance procedures and business operations. This position will also manage the administrative functions of the department including budget oversight and projections, website design, technologies and system solutions.
Carpenter I 508816 Facilities Operations&Services
This position is for Second Shift, Monday – Friday, 1:30 Pm to 10 PM Incumbents of positions in this series maintain buildings and related structures applying carpentry techniques and using carpentry tools to construct, alter, repair and/or install walls, stairs, floors, ceilings, windows, doors, roofs , etc., inspect buildings to determine need for carpentry to be done; erect and dismantle staging and scaffolding; and perform related work as required. The basic purpose of this work is to perform carpentry maintenance work in support of general maintenance, repair and/or alteration of state buildings and related structures.
EHS Stockroom Coordinator 510125 Env & Emergency Management
This position reports to the Hazardous Material Manager/Biosafety Officer. The position is responsible for the operations and programs related to the Hazardous Materials Receiving Stockroom. This program includes managing the acceptance, inventories, disbursement of hazardous products (chemical, biological, radiological) and related supplies, the maintenance of storage areas and equipment, and shipping of products through IATA & DOT regulations. Provides department wide support with laboratory operations, daily water quality & general operations requirements for pool, and continued enhancement of UMass Lowell’s commitment for environmental sustainability initiatives. Being an active emergency responder for hazardous materials, bodily fluid and environmental releases.

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