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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
Manager, Business Applications UMass President's Office
The Manager, Business Applications will provide leadership for the implementation of process improvement initiatives, system enhancements, and delivery of production support tasks impacting the University’s administration and finance systems. This role will provide leadership in addressing business problems and/or opportunities by capturing requirements, documenting processes, and recommending functional designs using a structured implementation methodology. The Manager will lead a team of business analysts who are the primary liaisons between business owners and application developers throughout all phases of the systems implementation life cycle. S/he will lead strategic projects for the roll out of new processes and systems. Through an in-depth understanding of financial business processes, with technical acumen and knowledge of how to enable processes to be effective and efficient across a range of systems, the Manager will deliver innovative business consulting, business process design, systems integration, and project management to promote a consistent and intuitive user experience across systems.
Financial Specialist UMass President's Office
Under the direction of the Financial Reporting Manager, this position will be the a liaison between the University and the Office of the State Comptroller for Massachusetts Management Accounting Reporting System (MMARS) related to fringe, blended medical and unemployment (BMU), and chargeback payments. In addition, this position will be responsible for monthly, quarterly, and annual reporting and reconciliation requirements with the State and to the University campuses.
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.
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.