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Economic Development Internship UMass President's Office
The Massachusetts Technology Transfer Center (MTTC), housed at the UMass President’s Office in Boston, is looking for someone who in interested in learning about the venture, investment, and entrepreneur community. We run a number of programs that bring this community together and need assistance in organizing materials for meetings, gathering information on proof of concept funding, and running conferences. In particular, we are in need of someone to help with market research and customer relationship management (CRM)
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 fall intern 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.
Program Coordinator, MassHire UMass President's Office
The MassHire Greater Brockton Career Center is a One-Stop Career Center managed by the University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute (UMDI) and overseen under a charter from the MassHire Greater Brockton 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 businesses. The Program Coordinator's primary duty is to ensure the success of the assigned programs through both day-to-day guidance of staff as well as the provision of direct services with customers, specifically acting as their adviser, consultant and counselor, and as experts in matters relating to their job search, access and eligibility to the programs to which they are assigned oversite, Department of Transition Assistance and Unemployment Benefits. Moreover, the Program Coordinator focus is on ensuring that job seekers have the information, training, and skills required to meet the demands of area businesses and to facilitate job-seeker access to local employment opportunities. This position is one of great responsibility, as these duties are significant to the customers and critical to area businesses looking to fill employment vacancies.
Program Assistant, MassHire UMass President's Office
The MassHire Greater Brockton Career Center is a One-Stop Career Center managed by the University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute (UMDI) and overseen under a charter from the MassHire Greater Brockton 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 businesses. The Program Assistant will provide program support, assistance to the Manager of Job Seeker services, and will provide direct services to job seekers.  Additionally, this position will work closely with the Manager of Job Seeker services ensuring quality data entry, written work product, and external communications.   This position must fulfill robust data entry and reporting requirements on program activities, meeting the standards of U.S. Department of Labor validation review.
Finance and Administration Manager, Economic and Public Policy Research Unit UMass President's Office
Under the direction of the EPPR Director, the Finance and Administration Manager provides financial, administrative, program, and personnel assistance to the EPPR Unit in relation to project, office, and client support. This position requires daily office management duties; the preparation, tracking, presentation, and reconciliation of project and EPPR financial documents from the point of project inception through completion, as well as direct support to project staff. Personnel support includes the processing of required documentation for staff appointments, staff and consultant travel authorization and reimbursement, and the proper allocation of project-related expenses to sponsored projects.
Applications Developer I UMass President's Office
UMass is one of the only public university systems to have all undergraduate campuses ranked as National Universities by U.S. News & World Report.  Striving for excellence at UMass ensures that the citizens of Massachusetts have access to world-class public higher education and the Commonwealth benefits from a top-tier research university focused on supporting the economy and workforce of the state.  The University Information Technology Services (UITS) is seeking an energetic, keen to learn, self-motivated Junior Applications Developer to help support the University strive towards its goals of excellence. The developer will be involved in supporting existing Applications as well as developing new. They will also be involved at the ground level as the department moves forward with DevOps. UITS is a department of the President’s Office located in Shrewsbury with responsibility to provide central IT development and administrative services to the UMass campuses and President’s Office.
Budget Analyst UMass President's Office
The Budget Analyst for the UMass System Office is generally responsible for the collection, organization, analysis, and reporting of University financial, staffing and enrollment data.  Budget Analysts are responsible for:  learning the University’s policies and guidelines;  collaborating with system office departments and campus staff to collect data, analyze for accuracy, develop follow-up and prepare reports in support of the University’s budget, quarterly reporting, capital reporting and forecasting;  working to provide independent analysis of data and identifying data points that support such analysis; working independently and as part of the Budget Team to analyze revenue, expense, staffing and enrollment trends; working collaboratively within the department and with other President’s Office departments to identify data needs; and assisting in the preparation of Board of Trustees presentations and materials.
Internal Auditor III UMass President's Office
Under the guidance of Internal Audit Management and senior staff, the Internal Auditor III supports Internal Audit’s goals by taking part in 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 and internal investigations. The Auditor III will be responsible for performing more complex audits and other projects in accordance with policies established by the University Board of Trustees, The Institute of Internal Auditors’ Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing and Code of Ethics, Internal Audit Policies and Procedures and applicable regulations.
Communications Internship - Fall Internship UMass President's Office
The UMass President’s Office is seeking a part-time intern to work with the communications team for Fall 2019. $16.00/hour
Director Public Records UMass President's Office
The Director, Public Records ensures collaboration amongst and between the UMass President’s Office (UMPO), UMass System Office (UMSO), UMass Building Authority (UMBA), and the university’s five campuses in responding to public records requests maintains compliance with the Massachusetts Public Records Law (Chapter 66 of the General Laws). The director coordinates responses to records requests in a timely, appropriate and cost efficient manner. In this role, the director will manage highly public and sensitive public records and communications projects that have significant impact on the reputation of the university. The director works closely and collaboratively with the Office of Communications, the Office of the General Counsel (OGC), University Information Technology Services (UITS), other UMPO/UMSO departments, and campus records access officers to ensure compliant and consistent responses to public records requests and the application of best practices. In addition to ensuring compliance and consistency in responses, the director works collaboratively to implement processes reduce the financial impact of public records requests on the university and reduce workload impact on its personnel. As the primary public records response and advocacy coordinator for the Commonwealth’s 75,000-student public research university and the largest public employer in the state, the director will be a prominent communicator, advocating for both the public’s right to have insight into the workings of public entities, while also advocating for fair application of the law and the ability for public entities to conduct business, including negotiations with private entities, for the benefit the Commonwealth.
Research Analyst, EPPR- Population Estimates Program 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. The Population Estimates Program (PEP) at EPPR works on behalf of the Commonwealth to ensure that Census Bureau population data for Massachusetts and its geographies are as accurate as possible by providing updates and corrections to component data including: group facilities population counts, municipal housing unit changes, and vital statistics data. The program also produces independent population estimates and projections and provides technical support to cities and towns in correcting Census Bureau counts. Finally, the program disseminates Census and other population data to the public by means of data display and summary reports published on-line. Research Analysts perform the work of PEP through direct survey work to facilities and municipalities and also through data research, organization, display and analysis.  The position may entail significant writing duties and independent task or project management. Typically, Research Analysts in PEP work collaboratively under the direction of the PEP Manager, the State Data Center Manager, and/or the EPPR Director
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.
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.
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.

The University of Massachusetts is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action, Title IX employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age over 40, protected veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, marital status, or other protected class.