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Postdoctoral Research Associate - Plastics Engineering 511690 Plastics Engineering
The successful applicant will conduct analytical and experimental research in the areas of Plastics Engineering, Material Science, Mechanical with an emphasis on Development of phase change materials (FCPCM) for thermal management. Assist in submitting reports, scholarly articles, and proposals. The initial appointment will be for approximately 1 year with a possibility of renewal based on productivity and performance and the availability of funding.
Social Media Coordinator 511595 University Relations
University Relations is responsible for promoting the university to the campus, prospective students and families, alumni, granting institutions, legislators and the general public. The social media coordinator is responsible for maintaining all aspects of the university’s official presence on multiple social media channels, as well as supporting campus departments.
Systems Administrator 511693 Submillimeter Wave Tech Lab
The Submillimeter-Wave Technology Laboratory at the University of Massachusetts Lowell is seeking a talented Systems Administrator to maintain its enterprise server systems and storage, desktop workstations, and network infrastructure for its 25 employees. STL is a vibrant, forward-looking laboratory that runs a nationally recognized radar-modeling program supporting signature collection efforts for US Army, Air Force, Navy, and FFRDC sponsors. The Systems Administrator position will draw on a wide range of skills from basic computer and network troubleshooting to enterprise systems administration of STL’s 500 terabyte internet isolated data center and workstations. STL operates 30 servers, three networks, and 60 workstations, running Windows, MacOS, and Linux operating systems. Technologies include VMware, Windows Servers (AD, GP, WSUS, DNS, DHCP), Veeam, Synology, RackTop, Cisco, 10GbE networking, and air-gapped networks. Updates to workstations, client and server applications, and structured network configuration are a regular occurrence to ensure DoD compliance (FIPS, DFARS, NISPOM, CMMC) of our networks and systems.
Verification Specialist 511611 Financial Aid
The Verification Specialist is responsible for all aspects of the financial aid application verification process. S/he acts as a subject matter expert on federal and institutional financial aid policies and procedures and consistently applies eligibility requirements to all students to ensure proper approval of funds. The Verification Specialist performs a variety of duties necessary to support the delivery of financial aid to students including communicating with students and parents regarding the verification process and other eligibility issues as well as using knowledge of financial aid compliance to make independent decisions that result in accurate awards. The Verification Specialist will process paper financial aid documents into the Document Imaging system and provide support with the preparation, maintenance, archiving, and removal of financial aid records in accordance with federal and state retention regulations. Ensures student records are maintained within FERPA guidelines for protection of student privacy.
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Experimental Quantum Information Science 511585 Physics and Applied Physics
The Quantum Engineering Science and Technology (QUEST) group at University of Massachusetts, Lowell and the National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST) are looking for a motivated postdoctoral researcher to start as soon as possible. The primary focus of the research will be multi-qubit reservoir engineering, readout and control. This postdoctoral research opportunity will involve developing designs, characterization and measurement protocols for novel parametric circuit-QED architectures. The primary location of this work will be at the NIST facility in Boulder, Colorado, which has been active in developing superconducting qubits in all aspects of quantum information for nearly two decades. Dr. Raymond Simmonds will be the primary advisor of the work carried out at NIST.
Steam Fireman 507971 Facilities Operations&Services
Incumbents of positions in this series operate boilers and related equipment; read meters and gauges at specified intervals; open and close valves and adjust controls; check/monitor operating systems to detect faulty operating equipment.
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.
Associate/Full Professor and Manning Endowed Chair in Data Analytics - MIS 511492 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 Associate/Full Professor and Manning Endowed Chair 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). The position is expected to start September 1, 2022.
Research Coordinator/Interviewer - BPRHS 511513 Biomed & Nutritional Sciences
BOSTON BASED - The Research Coordinator/Interviewer position is a 1 year full-time position with the possibility of renewal based on continued funding and job performance. This position will support recruitment and data collection for the Boston Puerto Rican Health Study, a longitudinal follow-up study of at least 550 participants. The Research Coordinator/Interviewer will conduct comprehensive health and diet interviews with study participants, in English and/or Spanish, participate in contacting, recruiting and scheduling study participants for interviews, procedures and follow-up questions, and assist with scheduling and coordinating research procedures for participants at Boston research facilities. S/he will also assist with project-related administrative work. The Research Coordinator/Interviewer must be bilingual in English and Spanish.
Assistant Director of Fitness and Recreation Center Operations 511569 Campus Recreation
The Assistant Director of Fitness and Recreation Center Operations will oversee all-day-to-day operations of the Campus Recreation Center and Riverview Fitness Center. Primary responsibilities will include oversight of facility supervisors, facility attendants, emergency response, facility scheduling and upkeep. In addition, the Assistant Director will be responsible for the management of all Personal Training related services and Fitness and Wellness Programs.
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Theoretical Quantum Information Science (multiple positions) 511586 Physics and Applied Physics
QUantum Engineering Science and technology (QUEST) group at UMass Lowell invites applications for postdoctoral scholar position in theory and phenomenology of quantum information processing. The initial term of appointment is two years, contingent on satisfactory research progress. Selected candidate is expected to join in spring–early summer 2022, though some flexibility in start date maybe accommodated.
Director, Lawrence Lin Makerspace (Internal Only) 511599 College Engineering
This being an internal opportunity, only current UML Employees, irrespective of Bargaining units are eligible to apply for this position. This individual is responsible for overseeing and facilitating all activities in the Lawrence Lin Makerspace.  This includes the delivery of College courses, training courses, outreach programs, as well as working with students on projects that may be from classes, competitions, or entrepreneurial efforts.  Must work with Faculty and Staff across the College to meet programmatic needs.  Requires supervising and overseeing staff and students to deliver programming.  Must be competent with both design and technical fabrication skills as well as supervisory skills.
3rd Class Power Plant Engineer 511627 Facilities Operations&Services
Incumbents of positions in this series operate, maintain and/or repair high pressure boilers and auxiliary machinery and equipment; clean machinery and equipment; respond to emergencies or equipment breakdowns; maintain adequate supply of fuel; and perform related work as required. The basic purpose of this work is to ensure that the power plant facility is operated and maintained safely and efficiently. Shift: Saturday 6am-2pm, Sunday-Monday 2pm-10pm, Tuesday-Wednesday 10pm-6am
Assistant/Tenure-Track Professor in Biomedical Engineering (Internal Only) 511666 Biomedical Engineering
This being an internal opportunity, only current UML Employees, irrespective of Bargaining units are eligible to apply for this position.  The Francis College of Engineering is searching for an outstanding candidate for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Biomedical Engineering with expertise in Tissue Engineering and Biomaterials. Candidates with experience in engineering education and design of effective and inclusive pedagogical approaches will be given strong consideration.
Assistant Athletic Director for Events & Operations (Internal Only) 511581 Athletic Programs
This being an internal opportunity, only current UML Employees, irrespective of Bargaining units are eligible to apply for this position. The Assistant AD - Events & Operations is responsible for the event management of Intercollegiate events including communication, setup & oversight including safety protocols, equipment, spectator experience and NCAA regulations. Oversight of scheduling for all Athletic Facilities including external users.
Head Coach - Men's Soccer 511642 Athletic Programs
The Head Coach of Men’s Soccer organizes, conducts and supervises all aspects of the Men’s Soccer team within the parameters designated by the university, applicable conferences and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).
Co-Op Coordinator 511361 Career Services
The Co-op Coordinator promotes the value of co-op and supports students in gaining co-op experience and succeeding in the workplace. The Co-op Coordinator will work with students individually and in groups to prepare for, transition to and reflect upon their work experience. The Co-op Coordinator will liaison with assigned academic department. The Co-op Coordinator will engage current and prospective employers.
Counseling Clinician 510572 Counseling
University of Massachusetts Lowell has an excellent opening for a full-time 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.
Access Services Manager / Librarian 511528 Library
The University Library at UMass Lowell strives to provide excellent library service in a dynamic, responsive, and inclusive environment. A vital part of the team, the Access Services Librarian is a leader who will contribute thoughtful and innovative suggestions for appropriate policy decisions; engage in meaningful assessment and planning; develop documentation for policies, procedures, and training; supervise staff; and oversee building operations. The Access Services Librarian reports directly to the Head of Access and Technical Services, collaborates with all library staff, and liaises with other campus colleagues as well as external partners. We seek candidates who have a strong customer service orientation, outstanding communication skills, significant supervisory experience, and good judgment; who like to work both independently and as part of a team; and who are dedicated to professional development for themselves and their staff. We want candidates to know that we are committed to helping our colleagues develop professionally throughout their time at UML; we do not expect all applicants to possess all of the preferred qualifications we list here. We welcome applications from people who embrace lifelong learning and are passionate about providing meaningful and equitable access to information, resources, and services to a diverse and engaged community. The Access Services Manager/Librarian supervises Access Services staff and operations at Lydon Library and is a key member of the University Library’s Access Services leadership team. They help shape the vision for the continuous improvement of Access Services and participate in strategic planning, coordinate communications for Access Services, and serve as a point person for Lydon Library building operations and Access Services systems operations.
Assistant Director - Multicultural Affairs 511554 Multicultural Affairs
The Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) is the hub for intercultural advancement, diversity, community development, and inclusion efforts on the campus of University of Massachusetts Lowell. The office serves as a resource on topics related to diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI). OMA promotes student development and leadership; enhances student success and retention; and facilitates a respectful, diverse, and inclusive campus. OMA provides educational programs, student group advising, direct student support, advocacy, and resources for successful navigation of campus and community life. This office collaborates across units to establish meaningful campus and community involvement in building and supporting an inclusive culture and environment, as well as providing training and outreach to target populations. The Assistant Director will assist in advancing the mission, goals, and strategies of OMA such as increasing the access, retention, and success of diverse students. Responsibilities include program development & execution of multicultural cohort experiences under the umbrella of Rising 360, which includes the support of international, LGBTQ+, students of color, first generation, transfers, and other diverse students. This position consecutively leads on the intercultural programs and student support services in advancement of the university’s international student initiatives. The Assistant Director will also help in the promotion of OMA student engagement, mentorship, and community building programs and will work closely with division and campus partners to develop a comprehensive infrastructure that effectively supports the growth and advancement of UMass Lowell students. The Assistant Director will assist in the continued enhancement of a University culture that welcomes and celebrates all students through the infusion of diversity and inclusion throughout the college experience.

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