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Real Property Facilities Expert-Dallas, TX UMass President's Office
The Head Start Program Management and Fiscal Operations (PMFO) business group of the University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute (UMDI) provides essential program and fiscal management resources to Head Start Regional T/TA specialists and grantees. PMFO has been tasked to strengthen the capacity the Federal Regional Office staff in the determination, tracking and management of the federal interest in Head Start and Early Head Start grantee facilities nationwide, through the Real Property Facilities Initiative (RPFI). The RPFE will partner with Regional Office federal staff in the creation of processes that will enhance their capacity to manage facility actions and enhance infrastructure across the twelve OHS regions.  Since services are provided nationwide some travel is required for this position.  The RPFE will be located at the assigned Regional Office and be responsible for coordinating the Regional facilities technical assistance activities and supporting the development of training materials and resources. The RPFE will be required to communicate with federal staff, RPFL, UMDI, and PMFO management staff.
Senior Internal Auditor UMass President's Office
The Senior Auditor supports Internal Audit’s goals by performing risk assessment, planning and evaluating the adequacy and effectiveness of the University’s operations, compliance with policy and regulations, and systems of internal control.  Assignments will include, but not be limited to, conducting financial, operational and compliance audits, consulting services and internal investigations. The Senior Auditor is responsible for performing complex audit assignments and other projects in accordance with policies established by the University Board of Trustees, The Institute of Internal Auditors’ Standards and Code of Ethics, Internal Audit Policies and Procedures and applicable other standards and regulations.
MassHire Career Specialist UMass President's Office
MassHire is a non-profit One-Stop Career Center that is managed by the University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute (UMDI) and is overseen under a charter from the Brockton Area Workforce Investment Board (BAWIB). MassHire is located in downtown Brockton and provides employment and training services to job seekers and businesses. The Career Specialist position will provide intensive direct services to qualified job seekers through job counseling, workshop instruction, networking, and coordination of outside services to ensure job seekers are prepared to meet the needs of area businesses and are able to find employment in local demand industries. The Career Specialist will work as part of a team to develop and foster opportunities for individuals at all levels of skill and experience. They will provide career services that motivate, support, and empower customers. Career Specialists will perform their work as a part of an integrated, multi-agency team; required to cross train with partnering agencies in order to ensure customers have the broadest possible access to necessary resources. This position must fulfill robust data entry and reporting requirements on program activities, meeting the standards of U.S. Department of Labor validation review.
Director Enterprise Risk Management UMass President's Office
The Director of Enterprise Risk Management is responsible for coordinating all aspects of the University’s enterprise-wide risk management program.  In managing the University’s enterprise-wide risk management program, the Director of Enterprise Risk Management will facilitate the university's definition of risk appetite and tolerance, coordinate risk assessments, identify operational and strategic risks, provide leadership to senior management, facilitate the prioritization of risks and identification of risk owners, and develop and communicate risk reports to management. Primary responsibilities are to provide visionary leadership and to develop the Enterprise Risk Management Program for the University. The Director will be expected to develop and enable the university's organizational parts to manage, improve and grow the risk culture at all level. The Director will be expected to develop and enable the university's organizational parts to manage, improve and grow the risk culture at all levels. A successful candidate should seek to develop both the traditional Risk aspects as well as the benefits of Risk. Assisting and working with the senior administrative personnel in all departments, and campuses over the five areas of risk: Health and Safety, Financial, Operational, Strategic and Reputational. The Director provides a centralized process for aggregating and reporting risk information for all the UMass campuses. The Director will monitor and validate risk measurement and valuation methodologies to ensure alignment of the university's risk management capabilities with its strategic direction. This position also assists with tasks associated with the system-wide emergency preparedness and health and safety activities. The incumbent will be fully dedicated to assist the Senior Vice President and the Associate Vice President for Administration and Finance in identifying opportunities for collaboration across the System.
Civic Initiative Academic Director UMass President's Office
The University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute (UMDI) Civic Initiative (CI) business unit is dedicated to promoting democracy through education in both the U.S. and abroad. Select groups of students, scholars, and professionals from around the world come to the UMass Amherst campus and travel to other regional sites for various short term exchange programs. Programs are designed for attendees to improve their leadership skills, increase their subject knowledge, and learn about U.S. culture. Programs are based on engaging participants through active learning, integrating classroom readings, lectures, and discussions with community-based, collaborative projects that offer practical, real-life experience. The Academic Director (AD) is responsible for creating and implementing a unified academic program consistent with the program and commitments contained in the grant award, and as expected by the funding agency.  With direction from the CI Director, the AD is responsible for the academic, administrative and organizational direction of the program. The position requires that the AD manage day-to-day functions of the program in collaboration with the CI team and with the assistance of CI program mentors. This will include curating and scheduling all program speakers and site visits, providing academic content and assigning appropriate projects to the participants.  The AD is expected to be present and engaged in academic content with the participants throughout the course of the program. The AD is responsible for bringing different program components into a unified context for participants and addressing any content confusion. The AD must be developmentally, culturally, and linguistically responsive to participants from different ethnic, socioeconomic, religious, cultural, and political backgrounds. There is significant diversity within each program group. Hourly Rate: $23.00 - $25.00 per hour
Real Property Facilities Expert - San Francisco, CA UMass President's Office
The Head Start Program Management and Fiscal Operations (PMFO) business group of the University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute (UMDI) provides essential program and fiscal management resources to Head Start Regional T/TA specialists and grantees. PMFO has been tasked to strengthen the capacity the Federal Regional Office staff in the determination, tracking and management of the federal interest in Head Start and Early Head Start grantee facilities nationwide, through the Real Property Facilities Initiative (RPFI). The RPFE will partner with Regional Office federal staff in the creation of processes that will enhance their capacity to manage facility actions and enhance infrastructure across the twelve OHS regions.  Since services are provided nationwide some travel is required for this position.  The RPFE will be located at the assigned Regional Office and be responsible for coordinating the Regional facilities technical assistance activities and supporting the development of training materials and resources. The RPFE will be required to communicate with federal staff, RPFL, UMDI, and PMFO management staff.
Real Property Facilities Expert - New York, NY UMass President's Office
The Head Start Program Management and Fiscal Operations (PMFO) business group of the University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute (UMDI) provides essential program and fiscal management resources to Head Start Regional T/TA specialists and grantees. PMFO has been tasked to strengthen the capacity the Federal Regional Office staff in the determination, tracking and management of the federal interest in Head Start and Early Head Start grantee facilities nationwide, through the Real Property Facilities Initiative (RPFI). The RPFE will partner with Regional Office federal staff in the creation of processes that will enhance their capacity to manage facility actions and enhance infrastructure across the twelve OHS regions.  Since services are provided nationwide some travel is required for this position.  The RPFE will be located at the assigned Regional Office and be responsible for coordinating the Regional facilities technical assistance activities and supporting the development of training materials and resources. The RPFE will be required to communicate with federal staff, RPFL, UMDI, and PMFO management staff.
University of Massachusetts President's Office Fall Internship UMass President's Office
The President of the University of Massachusetts represents the University in various ways with the Governor, Legislature, executive branch agencies, the federal government and professional organizations. The offices at One Beacon include academic affairs, management and fiscal affairs, economic development, legal, public relations and government affairs. General Statement of Duties: The University of Massachusetts President's Office, located in Boston, MA is offering a 37.5 hours a week internship for Fall 2019 at $16.00 an hour. In addition to being a paid internship, academic credit may also be available. The selected intern will intern directly with the Executive Office. The selected intern will gain valuable knowledge of the workings of the University of Massachusetts. Interns positioned in the President's Office provides general office support with a variety of clerical activities and related tasks. Interns may be called upon to cover front desk reception for greeting and assisting daily guests and visitors as they enter the President’s Office, answering incoming calls, directing calls to appropriate department staff, mail distribution, relaying of information, and flow of correspondence. This position will include research opportunities across the different departments with focus on specific topics or questions related to the president's current work or projects as well as additional duties as assigned.
Customer Relations Specialist UMass President's Office
The MassHire Greater Brockton Career Center is a non-profit One-Stop Career Center that is managed by the University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute (UMDI) and is overseen under charter with the Brockton Area Workforce Investment Board (BAWIB).  The MassHire Greater Brockton Career Center is located in downtown Brockton and provides employment and training services to job seekers and employers.  This position is a key member of the Job Seeker Services Team, with the primary responsibility of the initial customer assessment and direction of subsequent work flow, acts as a communications hub for the office, and assists with the coordination of staff schedules.  This position works as a pivotal member of a highly integrated team, and has an important role in ensuring customers are directed to the appropriate next steps in their Career Center experience.
Venture Marketing Specialist UMass President's Office
Temporary to Permanent Position The venture marketing specialist works to communicate and promote MTTC’s mission to state and federal government, business and industry, and other public and private institutions of higher education.  The focus of these efforts is on areas of science and technology important to the economic and workforce development of Massachusetts such as life sciences, clean energy, big data, cyber security and advanced materials.
Research Associate, Economic and Public Policy Research Unit, Grants & Contracts UMass President's Office
The University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute’s Economic and Public Policy Research group (EPPR) conducts a range of customized economic and demographic data analysis and policy studies on topics of interest to policymakers in government, business, and academia. Workforce, housing, infrastructure, local and regional economic development, industry ecosystems, demographic and socioeconomic trends, and economic impact analyses are frequent but not exclusive themes of EPPR’s policy-related work. Research Associates conduct specialized economic and public policy research through quantitative data analysis, literature reviews, surveys, and interviews. Depending upon the qualifications of the Research Associate, the position will entail significant writing duties and independent task management. Typically, Research Associates work collaboratively under the direction of a Research Manager, Senior Research Manager, and/or the EPPR Director
Research Analyst, Economic and Public Policy Research Unit, Grants & Contracts UMass President's Office
The University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute’s Economic and Public Policy Research unit (EPPR) conducts a range of customized economic and demographic data analysis and policy studies on topics of interest to policymakers in government, business, and academia. Workforce, housing, infrastructure, local and regional economic development, industry ecosystems, demographic and socioeconomic trends, and economic impact analyses are frequent but not exclusive themes of EPPR’s policy-related work.  Research Analysts conduct specialized economic and public policy research through quantitative data analysis, literature reviews, surveys, and interviews. Depending upon the qualifications of the Research Analyst, the position will entail significant writing duties and independent task management. Typically, Research Analysts work collaboratively under the direction of a Research Manager, Senior Research Manager, and/or the EPPR Director.
Real Property Facilities Expert - Philadelphia, PA UMass President's Office
The Head Start Program Management and Fiscal Operations (PMFO) business group of the University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute (UMDI) provides essential program and fiscal management resources to Head Start Regional T/TA specialists and grantees. PMFO has been tasked to strengthen the capacity the Federal Regional Office staff in the determination, tracking and management of the federal interest in Head Start and Early Head Start grantee facilities nationwide, through the Real Property Facilities Initiative (RPFI). The RPFE will partner with Regional Office federal staff in the creation of processes that will enhance their capacity to manage facility actions and enhance infrastructure across the twelve OHS regions.  Since services are provided nationwide some travel is required for this position.  The RPFE will be located at the assigned Regional Office and be responsible for coordinating the Regional facilities technical assistance activities and supporting the development of training materials and resources. The RPFE will be required to communicate with federal staff, RPFL, UMDI, and PMFO management staff.
Summer Intern, UMass President's Office Office of Academic Affairs UMass President's Office
Are you interested in gaining applied experience with data and analytics? The University of Massachusetts Office of the President, with offices in Boston and Shrewsbury, is offering an 8-week paid internship for the summer of 2019 for current University of Massachusetts students (students attending any of the five UMass campuses). We’re looking for talented people who crave learning new skills and aren’t afraid to take on new challenges. As an intern, you will get to work with a variety of our staff, while supporting real projects that will help our organization grow and succeed.
University Information Technology Services Internship UMass President's Office
University Information Technology Services (UITS), a department within the University of Massachusetts System Office, is currently recruiting for a spring and/or summer intern(s) who is passionate about using their computer science skills to develop solutions which will positively impact students and staff, increase administrative efficiency and create innovative applications for both staff and students.

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