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Visiting Instructor - Department of Public Health - Zuckerberg College of Health Sciences 514300 Department of Public Health
The Department of Public Health in the Zuckerberg College of Health Sciences at University of Massachusetts Lowell welcomes applications for a Visiting Instructor for the 2022-2023 academic year. This role is a one-year visiting post with a 4-4 teaching load, with possible renewal at the end of the year with a positive performance of teaching and service. A successful candidate will teach a variety of courses serving majors and non-majors in the Department. These courses may include Introduction to Public Health, Social Determinants of Health, and Health Policy. The successful candidate will also contribute to the Department through participation in Department, College, and University committees and events, advising undergraduate students, and assisting with recruitment activities. The successful candidate will be expected to begin work on September 1, 2022.
Postdoctoral Research Associate – Printed Electronics Research Collaborative (PERC) 514334 Electrical & Computer Eng
The successful applicant will conduct analytical and experimental research in the areas of additive manufacturing for RF and MW devices; utilize various direct-write printers to print various inks and devices; and help immediate supervisor in writing scholarly articles and proposals.
Campus Planner 514289 Project Management & Planning
Reporting to the Assoc. Director of Planning and FIS or designee, the Campus Planner is responsible for supporting the full range of campus planning functions for one the nation’s fastest growing universities, with an emphasis on planning analysis and space planning; capital projects, including feasibility assessment, programming and preliminary design; and planning that supports a more sustainable campus environment. The Campus Planner position is an opportunity to join a dynamic Facilities Planning team with potential for advancement and growth.
Assistant Ultimate Frisbee Coach (part-time) 514261 Campus Recreation
This position will be responsible for the guidance and development of student-athletes that take part in ultimate frisbee. The candidate will attend scheduled practices and matches, advise students on skills and strategies in which they are familiar, and act as a key link in Campus Recreations risk management plan.
Electrical Engineer 514288 Submillimeter Wave Tech Lab
The Submillimeter-Wave Technology Laboratory (STL) at the University of Massachusetts Lowell is looking to fill a full-time benefitted position within our Radar Electronics Systems group. STL is an energetic, innovative Laboratory that operates a nationally recognized radar-modeling program supporting government-sponsored radar signature collection and materials characterization efforts. The fundamental role of the individual will be to engage with senior staff and support the development, construction, and upgrade efforts of RF-to-mm-wave radar systems. The individual will also be tasked with activities such as LabVIEW or Matlab programming, PCB design and layout, operating indoor compact radar range systems, data acquisition hardware and software development, as well as electronics systems and sub-systems component-level layout, assembly, and repair.
Solution Center Specialist 514091 Solution Center
The Solution Center offers integrated student services to support the financial aid, registration and student billing functions, to create a multi-service operation. This center represents an opportunity for the University to create a culture of student service by assisting students in a single location with professional staff uniquely trained to render full-service assistance and excellent customer service. The Solution Center delivers online self-service, face-to-face service, email services and service via a call center. The Solution Center Specialist position will provide student focused support in a fast-paced environment. This position will be responsible for answering questions, facilitating transactions, processing paperwork, and tracking student inquiries in the areas of Financial Aid, Registrar and Student Financial Services.
Operations/Program Assistant 514132 College Engineering
Reporting to the Sr. Assistant to the Dean and IUCRC Technical Program Manager, this staff member will provide operational and programmatic support for college-based initiatives and the Windstar/SHAP3D Centers. This position is a split between the college (60%), Windstar (10%) and SHAP3D (30%). The staff member may be assigned priority tasks to smooth out time-critical issues often encountered during beginning and end of semesters needs for the departments. On a routine basis, the staff member will work on projects that are identified by the dean and department chairs which are essential but not time-critical. The ideal candidate must be able to/willing and easily move between the college and centers. S/he - They must be a highly motivated, innovative individual, who possesses keen attention to detail, a mastery of all UML platforms (PeopleSoft, Summit, HRDirect, PageUp, JobHawk, Buyways, T&E, Office365) and enjoys an ever-changing, fast-paced work environment.
Academic Advisor - Engineering (or Coordinator-College Based Advising) 514167 College Based Prof Advising
The Centers for Learning and Academic Support Services (CLASS) is a centrally coordinated student academic support center and provides advising, tutoring, success coaching and a wide range of academic support services to all UMass Lowell students. The Centers for Learning offers these services on both north and south campus as well as in the residence halls and has professional advisors located both centrally and within the academic colleges. The Centers for Learning is actively engaged in university-wide student success initiatives and partners with academic colleges, student affairs and other unites on campus to support the retention, persistence, and graduation of all our students.
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.
Operations & Marketing Assistant (Internal Only) 513565 Industry Partners & Econ Dev
This being an internal opportunity, only current UML Employees, irrespective of Bargaining units are eligible to apply for this position. The Operations and Marketing Assistant for 110 Canal Street will assist with day-to-day operations, providing administrative support to the staff and assisting with the facility’s daily operations to keep it running smoothly. 110 Canal Street is comprised of research areas and collaborative workspaces that are changing the face of innovation, and we need more than just scientists and engineers to innovate. Our team collaborates across disciplines, relying on our skills to add value to this unique culture, positively impacting the successes of our community.
GPS Support Specialist (part-time/temporary) 513623 Grad & Professional Studies
The Graduate, Online & Professional Studies office is seeking a part-time support specialist. This role is vital to supporting the needs of the admissions, recruitment, and advising teams through various administrative tasks, customer service and student support. A strong desire to provide top-tier customer service is a must.
Head Coach - Men's Lacrosse 514196 Athletic Programs
The Head Coach of Men’s Lacrosse organizes, conducts and supervises all aspects of a Division I Men’s Lacrosse team within the parameters designated by the university, the America East Conference and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).
TURI Communications and Social Media Specialist (part-time/temporary) 514106 Toxic Use Reduction Institute
TURI is seeking a creative, quick-on-their-feet specialist to help us in sharing the story of our groundbreaking work to protect human health and the environment. The person holding this position will have the opportunity to think creatively, helping TURI reimagine our online presence, both through our web site ( and our various social media outlets. This position will work with key staff to identify and craft specific information about work in a compelling and inviting way, which appeals to a variety of audiences, including businesses both small and large, the general public, advocacy organizations and scientific/technical researchers. The successful candidate will contribute significantly as we develop clear social media and outreach strategies in alignment with our strategic five-year plan. The position is part-time, non-benefited, 20 to 25 hours per week, for a period of at least six months. Salary will be commensurate with experience. Essential job duties: • Develop and expand TURI’s social media presence • Improve TURI’s website, including use of web analytics tools • Tell the story of TURI and why our work matters • Help develop engaging content, including brochures, videos, images and reports
Facilities Information Systems Analyst 514149 Project Management & Planning
The Facilities Information Systems Analyst (FISA) develops and maintains an exciting portfolio of facilities applications, focusing on workflow that helps improve the efficiency and effectiveness of UMass Lowell’s Facilities Management group. Reporting to the Associate Director of Planning & FIS, the position requires a strong understanding of enterprise applications and knowledge of architecture, engineering, and construction processes. The FISA serves as liaison to UMass Lowell’s Information Technology department and works with vendors, consultants, and end-users across the university. For all groups, the FISA helps ensure the success and adoption of all aspects of the FIS platform.
Research Assistant Professor - Computer Science 513985 Computer Science
As a part of the Center for Biomedical and Health Research in Data Science, the Research Assistant Professor will join a team of data scientists to contribute to ongoing population-based epidemiologic research projects on cardiovascular, substance use and mental health research. Excellence in research is critical. Opportunities exist to collaborate with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Health Services Research & Development Service, University of Massachusetts Chan Medical School and other major medical centers. The role will include developing and guiding data analyses, contributing to and leading manuscripts and new research proposals, and mentoring post-docs and graduate students.
Coordinator of Multicultural Affairs 514041 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 for the campus community regarding issues and concerns related to diversity, equity, and inclusion. OMA promotes student development, peer mentorship, leadership and enhances student success and retention through direct services such as educational programs, student group advising, student support/advocacy, and resourcing for successful navigation of campus and community life. Programs and services encourage identity exploration, community building, as well as cultural competency development of all UML students. This office collaborates across units to establish meaningful campus and community involvement in building and supporting a welcoming, respectful, and inclusive culture and environment. The Coordinator of Multicultural Affairs is a two-year grant funded position (July 1, 2022, to June 30, 2024) and assists in advancing the mission, goals, and strategies of OMA such as increasing the access, retention, and success of diverse students. Specifically, this position is responsible for student organization advising, oversight on club programmatic efforts, and providing leadership in OMA engagement efforts. This position will also support departmental and divisional programs and initiatives. The coordinator will liaise between campus partners and departments to creatively ensure that diversity, equity, and inclusion are considered and advanced, supporting a culture that welcomes and celebrates all students through the infusion of DEI, and working closely across campus to develop goals and strategies to support cultural and community wellbeing and a sense of belonging for students.
Postdoctoral Research Associate - Environmental Earth & Atmospheric Sciences 514115 Envir Earth&Atmos.Sciences
A full-time Postdoctoral Research Associate position is available through the UMass Lowell Climate Change Initiative. The Postdoctoral Associate will work with a cross-disciplinary team of researchers from UMass Lowell’s Environmental Science and Security Studies programs, as well as MIT’s Sustainability Initiative and Climate Interactive. Our team uses interactive simulations to bring the best available climate and energy science to decision-makers at all levels – from youth to policymakers in local to national government and leaders in business and finance. Our approach is grounded in systems thinking and system dynamics. Through the Climate Pathways Project, we are researching the impact of our interactive simulations on decision-makers’ understanding of climate change and effective policies to address it, their motivation and sense of agency to act, and how they communicate about climate change with others. This research includes analysis of public sphere communication, social networks, and corpus linguistics. The Postdoctoral Research Associate’s primary role will be to work on this impact research as part of our project team. They will also develop and write research proposals, assist in project coordination as needed, lead and/or contribute to peer-reviewed publications about the research, and communicate about research results with academic peers and the broader public through news posts and online presentations. This is a one-year position, with potential extension contingent on funding availability.
Men's Club Ice Hockey Coach - Part-time 514133 Campus Recreation
This position will be responsible for the guidance and development of student-athletes that take part in Men's Club Ice Hockey. The candidate will attend scheduled practices and matches, advise students on skills and strategies in which they are familiar, and act as a key link in Campus Recreations risk management plan.
CRF Lab Technologist 514116 Core Research Facilities
The CRF Laboratory Technologist will assist the ACL-NMR-LYO Lab Manager in the daily operations of three CRF laboratories, namely, the Analytical Chemistry Laboratory (ACL), the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Laboratory (NMR) and the Lyophilization Laboratory (LYO), and assist as needed, the Lab Manager of the Materials Characterization Lab (MCL). The primary responsibilities include providing technical expertise (assisting instrument self-users, performing chemical/structural analysis, and assisting users in developing experimental analytical design strategies) in each of these core laboratories, and assisting the Lab Manager(s) in managing the operations and maintenance of major research infrastructure including a 400MHz NMR system, a pilot scale lyophilizer, a suite of HPLC, GPC, GC/MS, LC/MS instruments.
Salesforce & Technology Operations Analyst 514117 Grad & Professional Studies
The successful candidate will be expected to support the operational and technological processes around recruitment, admissions, and reenrollment activities to help the Division of Graduate, Online & Professional Studies meet targeted enrollment goals. The Salesforce & Technology Operations Analyst is expected to review current policies and processes to help optimize and create scalable processes and infrastructure where needed to ensure best practices in the following areas: • Recruitment & Admissions communication automation • Assist in analyzing the communication campaigns • Lead & Opportunity generation • Lead & Opportunity nurturing and conversion • Re-enrollment campaigns

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