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Senior Counseling Clinician 510597 Counseling
University of Massachusetts Lowell has an exciting opening for a Senior 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.
Salesforce Business Analyst - GPS 510608 Grad & Professional Studies
The Salesforce Business Analyst is one the the key technical and operational staff for the division of Graduate, Online and Professional Studies, supporting the UML Enterprise Salesforce platform. The Analyst is responsible for assuring that the division has developed and deployed Salesforce through each stage of the broad business lifecycle as it relates to the work in the division (lead generation and business development through recruitment/admissions/enrollment and post-graduation follow-up). The Salesforce Business Analyst will take a lead role in Salesforce implementation, maintenance, optimization, supporting operations, training and support to division staff, creating dashboards and reports, and working with University staff on integrations and upgrades.
Director, Enhancing the Public Health IT Workforce in the Merrimack Valley 510571 Department of Public Health
The Program Director position is a full time one-year position with the possibility of renewal based on continued funding and job performance.  The Program Director will work with faculty in the development and implementation of a new educational program in public health informatics and technology.  The Program Director will also work with the sponsor, the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) in evaluating the success of this program in training future leaders in public health IT.
Faculty Part-time - Electrical & Computer Engineering 510556 Electrical & Computer Eng
Adjunct faculty will be responsible for complete delivery of courses in the ECE department including course construction in blackboard, course delivery, student assessments (tests), grading exams and homework, and giving student grades.
Salesforce & Technology Operations Analyst 510570 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 optimize or 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
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.
Facilities Information Records Manager 510590 Project Management & Planning
Reporting to the Associate Director of Planning & Facilities Information Systems (FIS), this position will support the three groups within Facilities Management: Planning, Design, and Construction; Operations and Services; and Business Operations. The Facilities Information Records Manager (FIRM) will maintain, consistently improve, and promote the department’s Sharepoint-based document management platform, including records management, archiving, indexing, and cataloguing of all project and non-project Facilities records in accordance with applicable laws, regulations, and policies. The FIRM will continue and advance the department’s use of Sharepoint and its document management system with a focus on utility, consistency, ease of retrieval, and integration with existing tools and work processes. The FIRM will also provide strategic insights and hands-on troubleshooting for the department’s existing tools, including but not limited to ESRI GIS, space management via Autodesk, Microsoft Office 365, Power Apps, and e-builder. The successful candidate will have a thorough understanding of the design and construction process and related document management and archiving issues. The candidate will also proactively collaborate with department staff, including campus planners, operations and capital project management staff, as well as working to include additional administrative departments at the university and consultant teams. The work of the FIRM will vary widely and include improving document management systems within Facilities Management; working with capital project teams to ensure delivery of as-builts; updating archival information; training department staff in document management; and supervising student interns. UMass Lowell is committed to increasing diversity in its faculty, staff, and student populations, as well as curriculum and support programs, while promoting an inclusive environment. We seek candidates who can contribute to that goal.
Senior Research Coordinator 507860 Department of Public Health
Under the direction of the Principal Investigator or designee, the Senior Research Coordinator manages the day-to-day operations of human research studies throughout the implementation of research projects, from inception to completion.  S/he will collaborate with a team of health scientists and research staff with diverse background.  S/he will manage field operations of human research studies or public health program evaluations funded by federal agencies, nonprofit organizations and state government agencies. S/he will be responsible for managing the field operations of the Healthy Aging and Neighborhood Study (HANS). Supported by the National Institute on Aging, HANS is being conducted in multi-ethnic and multi-racial older adult populations in northeastern and central Massachusetts. S/he will work closely with investigators and research staff on and off campus to design, initiate, and execute field work in local communities. S/he will be responsible for engaging, recruiting, enrolling, interviewing, measuring and communicating with study participants. S/he will train and supervise field staff, student research assistants and co-ops. S/he will help recruit, select, supervise and direct the activities of research coordinators, data collection staff, student research assistants, and co-ops. S/he will assist the principal investigator to report study progress in compliance with sponsor requirements.
Research Coordinator II 507863 Department of Public Health
Under the direction of the Principal Investigator or designee, the Research Coordinator II will collaborate with a team of health scientists and research staff with diverse background.  As a teammate, he or she will be responsible for independently engaging, recruiting, enrolling, interviewing, measuring and communicating with study participants of the Healthy Aging and Neighborhood Study (HANS). Supported by the National Institute on Aging, HANS is being conducted in multi-ethnic and multi-racial older adult populations in northeastern and central Massachusetts. The Research Coordinator II will serve as a liaison of the study with local communities.
Research Coordinator I 507864 Department of Public Health
Under the direction of the Principal Investigator or designee, the Research Coordinator I will collaborate with a team of health scientists and research staff with diverse background.  As a teammate, he or she will be responsible for independently engaging, recruiting, enrolling, interviewing, measuring and communicating with study participants of the Healthy Aging and Neighborhood Study (HANS). Supported by the National Institute on Aging, HANS is being conducted in multi-ethnic and multi-racial older adult populations in northeastern and central Massachusetts. The Research Coordinator I will serve as a liaison of the study with local communities.
Postdoctoral Research Associate - Biological Sciences 510526 Biological Sciences
We are seeking a Postdoctoral Research Associate to join our team in the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. Under the leadership of Dr. Jennifer Fish, our lab investigates molecular and cellular mechanisms of developmental disorders. We are looking to expand our work in neurodevelopmental disorders, specifically focusing on SATB2 function in neuro development and disease. New projects will involve patient derived iPSCs, Drosophila models, and single cell sequencing. Experience in any of the following areas: iPSC culturing and differentiation, Drosophila genetics, neurogenesis, and/or single cell gene expression analyses is desired.
Faculty Part-time - School of Education (multiple positions) 510559 School of Education
The School of Education in the College of Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences seeks applicants for various adjunct positions for the 2022-2023 academic year. Courses available are at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Senior Associate Director of Alumni and Donor Relations 510523 Alumni & Donor Relations
The Senior Associate Director of Alumni & Donor Relations will work closely with the Executive Director to develop and implement strategies, events and programs to engage our entire alumni population, including all graduate and undergraduate alumni, in the life of the University. S/he will collaborate with various constituencies (including students, administrators, faculty, vendors, etc.) to ensure that the needs of alumni are met. Responsibilities will include managing and working with alumni volunteer committees as well as developing, planning and executing alumni programs and events, around the region and across the world.
Instructional Technologist/Designer - LMS 510528 Academic Technology
The Instructional Technologist is responsible for the day-to-day operation and maintenance of key Instructional Technologies on campus including hardware, software, and faculty/staff training. Duties also include developing and conducting training for faculty and administration in the following areas: Blackboard LMS, lecture capture, desktop videoconferencing, classroom technology and other technologies integrated into the classroom and curriculum. This position helps to manage and administer the on-campus Blackboard LMS instance at UMass Lowell, acting as a technical point of contact for installation and support for all integrations. The Instructional Technologist will be expected to contribute to major projects and to the strategic goals of Academic Technology initiatives on campus. This position has the flexibility to work 30% remote, up to 1.5 days per week.
Maintainer I - Housekeeper (Multiple Positions) 508443 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.
Case Manager - Confidential Resource Officer 510450 Counseling
University of Massachusetts Lowell has an exciting opening for a Case Manager – Confidential Resource Officer 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.
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.
Assistant Director of Recreation Facilities and Business Administration 510423 Campus Recreation
The Assistant Director of Recreation Facility Operations and Business Administration will have oversight al all-day-to-day business and administrative and financial responsibilities within Campus Recreation and will be directly responsible for the management and supervision of the Recreation Center. Primary responsibilities will include oversight of facility supervisors, facility attendants, emergency response, facility scheduling and upkeep.
Visiting Professor in Environmental Engineering 510444 Civil & Environmental Eng
The Francis College of Engineering is searching for outstanding candidates to fill a visiting faculty position in the area of environmental engineering for the spring 2022 semester. The college includes 130 faculty members, 30% of whom are women, and has over 3,000 undergraduate and 1,000 graduate students. The University is located in the historic industrial city of Lowell, Massachusetts and serves the multicultural population of the Commonwealth. The College has been nationally recognized for its commitment to diversity by the American Society for Engineering Education.
Research Technician - Pain Research Lab 509537 Biomedical Engineering
The Pain Research Lab at UMass Lowell is seeking a full-time Research Technician for NIH-funded projects through 2022.

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