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Research Scientist 505629 Biomedical Engineering
The essential purpose of this position is to supplement the PI’s technical expertise in neurophysiology and create a strong scientific and professional management team for training and educating undergraduate and graduate researchers in biomedical engineering.
Manager, Contracts & Subcontracts Administration - Office of Research Administration 505257 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 Manager, Contracts and Subcontracts Administration manages and oversees aspects of the pre-award and non-financial post-award administration of contracts inclusive of award negotiation; award set-up; and award management support with extensions and other project modifications. This position is responsible for helping to ensure compliance with all Federal, State, University and sponsor policies, procedures and rules. The position works closely with the Executive Director, ORA; Director of Grants and Contracts, ORA; Director of Finance Research Administration (FRA); Grants and Contracts Administrators; UML Faculty; Office of Institutional Compliance; Office of Technology and Commercialization; and all federal and non-federal funding sponsors. This position reviews and negotiates terms and conditions for all non-standard federal, corporate and foundation sponsored agreements in accordance with University policies. This position also leads and manages all UML Subaward and Contract for Services activity.
Financial Research Administrator - Office of Research Administration (multiple positions) 506635 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 Financial Research Administrator position oversees the financial administration of grants and contracts from budget setup through award closeout and ensures compliance with all Federal, State, University and sponsor policies, procedures and rules. This position and office works closely with the Vice Chancellor for Research and Innovation’s offices, as well as other financial and administrative units across the campus and throughout the University system to provide efficient and effective research administration support services to the UMass Lowell research community.
Assistant Athletic Trainer 507134 Athletic Programs
The Assistant Athletic Trainer is a full-time 43 week per year benefited position (paid over 52 weeks). This position will assist the Head Athletic Trainer in administering athletic health care operations for the intercollegiate athletics program.
Faculty Part-time - Engineering Material Laboratory 507075 Civil Engineering
The Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at the University of Massachusetts Lowell invites applications for an Adjunct Faculty. The successful candidate is expected to begin work in January 2021 to teach the following course: CIVE.3110 Engineering Materials Laboratory For a more detailed description of the courses, please visit: https://www.uml.edu/catalog/courses/cive/3110
Postdoctoral Research Associate - Microbiota-host immune interactions 506990 Biological Sciences
The Steinel lab at the University of Massachusetts Lowell is seeking a qualified candidate for a Postdoctoral Research Associate position starting in the winter of 2021 to join Dr. Natalie Steinel's research group in the Department of Biological Sciences  The postdoc will work on developing tools to assess immune activation and gut cell function in a microfluidic gut-on-a-chip system.
Postdoctoral Research Associate - Chemical Engineering 507003 Chemical Engineering
The successful applicant will conduct computational research in nuclear materials and advanced energy materials. The candidate will develop machine learning-based interatomic potentials for high-dimensional systems using methods such as dense neural networks, gaussian processes, and graph convolutional networks. Materials of interest include many-component molten salts, which are used as a heat transfer fluid in advanced fission and fusion reactors, and high-entropy alloys, which could provide corrosion and irradiation resistance in extreme environments. The candidate will help immediate supervisor in writing scholarly articles and proposals. Salary will be competitive and based on experience of the candidate. This position is contingent upon funding. The initial appointment will be for up to one year with a possibility of renewal based on productivity and performance and the availability of funding.
Grounds Operations Manager 506965 Facilities Operations&Services
The Grounds Operations Manager is responsible for the overall appearance and care of 175 acres of urban University grounds.  This care covers lawn spaces, landscaping, tree maintenance, turf maintenance, recreational and intercollegiate field preparation, and campus infrastructure such as roads, sidewalks, parking lots and parking garage maintenance.  They will be responsible for managing, coordinating, directing, and supervising a Grounds Staff of 10; managing the financial budget for the grounds department; and instruction and training of employees in equipment usage and safety.  The position also conducts studies and makes recommendations regarding new grounds equipment and operational procedures.   This position also has lead oversight of the University after-hours and regular hours snow removal and inclement weather response, and motor pool operations for 80+ vehicles and 15 pieces of department equipment. The Grounds Operations Manager is also an active participant in key university activities such as commencement and opening of school.
Nurse Case Manager 506980 Health Services
As a member of the Health Services team, the Nurse Case Manager is responsible for providing broad case management services associated with specific student health care needs including but not limited to support of student referrals to specialty services outside of UML and to disease specific logistical support during times of public health initiatives.
Environmental Health & Safety Coordinator 507020 Env & Emergency Management
Responsible for assisting the University in maintaining compliance with various Federal, State and Local regulations pertaining to environmental, occupational, educational and public health/safety programs. Works under the direction of the Hazardous & Recycling Materials Receiving Stockroom Manager who reports to the Director of EHS. The EHS Technician is responsible for assisting in the operations and programs related to the EHS Hazardous Materials Receiving Stockroom. This program includes the acceptance, inventories, and delivery of hazardous and non-hazardous (chemical, biological, radiological) materials and supplies to labs. Must be familiar with DOT/IATA shipping regulations. The inspection of satellite waste accumulation areas, and collection of hazardous and non-hazardous waste products from labs. This includes biological, infectious, hazardous and recycling materials. Provide EHS Department program support to laboratories, monitor daily water quality requirements for the Costello pool and oil belt skimmer compliance checks. The EHS Technician takes lead in the asbestos building materials program. This includes sampling, oversight of asbestos records, and coordinating abatement activities and asbestos monitoring with 3rd party industrial hygiene consultants. The position also supports sustainability initiatives and recycling programs. Must actively participate as an active emergency responder for hazardous materials, bodily fluid and environmental releases. Serves as lead in absence of Hazardous and Recycling Materials Stockroom Manager.
Postdoctoral Research Associate - Biomedical & Nutritional Sciences 506019 Biomed & Nutritional Sciences
A Postdoctoral Research Associate position is available at the Department of Biomedical and Nutritional Sciences at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell. The postdoc is expected to start as early as Summer 2020 with a competitive stipend and benefits package. We seek highly motivated candidates with a strong multidisciplinary background, work ethics, and productivity.
Faculty Part-time - Biological Sciences (multiple positions) 506941 Biological Sciences
The Department of Biological Sciences 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 January 2021 and assist in teaching a range of classes including introductory biology and/or one or more upper level labs (microbiology, immunology, biochemistry).
Postdoctoral Research Associate - Philosophy 506906 Philosophy
The Department of Philosophy at the University of Massachusetts Lowell seeks applications for a Postdoctoral Research Associate. The Associate will conduct research as part of a US Department of Defense Minerva Research Initiative grant “The ethics of warfighter participation in the development and testing of AI-driven performance enhancements” under the supervision of Assistant Professors Nicholas G. Evans and Neil Shortland. The position will be appointed for a period of two years. Duties will include conducting and coordinating research activities associated with the funded project, protected research time for the associate's own research trajectory, and service teaching in the University’s applied ethics programs.
Postdoctoral Research Associate - Multiscale Thermal Science Lab 506787 Mechanical Engineering
The Multiscale Thermal Sciences Lab (MTSL) at University Massachusetts Lowell is seeking a Postdoctoral Research Associate to assist in studies related to the thermal management of batteries and textiles. Experience with experimental and numerical study (e.g. CFD) of thermofluids system, thermal radiation analysis and measurement are required qualifications. Hands-on experience in textile manufacturing is a plus. Excellent written communication skills are required, and will be judged based on prior publication record. Experience with proposal and paper writing is a must. The principal role of the Postdoctoral Research Associate is to work on research projects alongside lab faculty and graduate students. A critical feature of the role of the position will also be (a) to develop and write research proposals and form collaborations to support future research, (b) to perform major research functions on existing projects, and (c) to teach one course per semester.
Triage Clinician – Counseling Services 506843 Counseling
The Triage Clinician serves as first primary clinical contact to for a diverse student population seeking mental health services at University Massachusetts Lowell Counseling Services. Performs case management services for clients requiring care coordination, community referral, or psychiatric hospitalization. The Triage Clinician will also work collaboratively as a member of the Wellness Center team to support students at University of Massachusetts Lowell.
Assistant Director - Counseling Services 506819 Counseling
The Assistant Director assists in the management and coordination of clinical services and provides administration and supervision of Counseling Services in the Director’s absence.  Provides mental health services for diverse student population and consultation/outreach to the university community; trains and supervises graduate trainees. The Assistant Director will also work collaboratively as a member of the Wellness Center team to support students at UMass Lowell.
Biomedical Lab Specialist 506825 Biomed & Nutritional Sciences
The Biomedical Laboratory Specialist participates in the development, implementation, and evaluation of educational programming in the biomedical laboratories. In addition, S/he will be part of a four-person team working under a shared leadership model and will be expected to take a leadership role in her/his areas of expertise. The primary role of this group is to support the Biomedical and Nutritional Sciences department through teaching and preparation of any undergraduate and graduate laboratory courses in the Department, operating and maintaining a variety of bioanalytical instruments, preparing and maintaining laboratory protocols, SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures), and training materials used in teaching. The successful applicant will oversee and ensure the implementation and maintenance of safety standards for all teaching laboratories. S/he will work closely with the BNS Department Chair and Associate Chair and the various laboratory course coordinators to assist with teaching and any other departmental initiatives.
Postdoctoral Research Associate - Characterization and Modeling of Adhesives and Textile 506788 Mechanical Engineering
The successful candidate will conduct experimental and numerical research on curing of adhesives in wind energy applications, textile manufacturing and testing, and mechanical testing of adhesive joints. The position will work with the PI in writing scholarly articles, making conference presentations, and providing reporting and presentations to sponsors as well as developing new research directions and writing new proposals.
Biostatistician II 506638 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.
Biostatistician III 506639 Computer Science
Under the general direction of the Professor/Principal Investigator, the Biostatistician III is responsible for the planning, design, review, programming and implementation of special information systems activities.

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