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Project Support Specialist - NFFS UMass President's Office
The UMass Donahue Institute (UMDI) Nonprofit Funding and Fiscal Solutions (NFFS) business group provides public agencies, private nonprofit organizations, and community-based groups and coalitions with capacity building assistance focused on community mobilization, planning and program design, communications and dissemination, and sustainable fund development strategies. The NFFS Project Support Specialist will work directly with the NFFS Project Manager and other NFFS staff and consultants to handle a wide range of project-related support tasks, including: a) project-specific coordination and communication with other UMDI business units, funders, organizational partners, and clients; b) client outreach and support; c) meeting coordination/logistics; d) preparation of correspondence, reports, meeting summaries/minutes, and other written materials; and e) research, analysis, and writing. This position will require versatility, an ability to juggle multiple tasks at a time, and excellent written and verbal communication, administrative, and organizational skills.
University of Massachusetts President's Executive Office 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 Summer 2020 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 of Massachsetts Learning and Development Intern UMass President's Office
Winter/Spring Learning & Development Intern, UMass President’s Office Are you interested in gaining hands-on experience with Learning & Development? The University of Massachusetts Office of the President, with offices in Boston and Shrewsbury, is offering a six month paid internship beginning January 2020 for current University of Massachusetts students (students attending any of the five UMass campuses). Our IT organization is currently undergoing a critical Workforce Transformation effort. This position will play an important role in supporting this effort. As an intern, you will get to work with a variety of our staff while supporting our Learning and Development efforts. In this internship, you will learn about trends of corporate learning & development including workforce transformation. You will prepare for and participate in meetings with department staff, Senior & Executive Management, and vendors. Assist in coordinating live learn events, assist in administrating Digital Learning Platforms, and be a key resource in measuring the effectiveness of the current learning & development efforts. Our ideal candidate is someone who is a creative problem-solver, is thorough and precise in their work, has strong communication skills and is open to learning new ideas. Someone who has interests in Learning & Development, Human Resources, or Project Management.
Winter/Spring Finance & International Applications Intern UMass President's Office
Are you interested in gaining hands-on experience with Finance and International Applications? The University of Massachusetts Office of the President, with offices in Boston and Shrewsbury, is offering a six month paid internship beginning in March of 2020 for current University of Massachusetts students (students attending any of the five UMass campuses). As an intern, you will get to work with a variety of our staff while supporting our Finance and International Applications In this internship, you will learn a variety of our Financial and International Applications.  You will be assigned various tasks to help us support our campus customers. Our ideal candidate is someone who is detail oriented and likes working with applications.  They have strong communication skills and are open to learning new ideas. Someone who has interests in Finance, International or Project Management.
Associate VP & Deputy CIO UMass President's Office
The University Information Technology Services (UITS) department of the University of Massachusetts (UMass) System Office is seeking an experienced, energetic, engaging and visionary leader who wants to become part of an exciting, vibrant community of information technology professionals supporting the institution's mission. Information technology plays a vital and ever-expanding role in the institutional mission. The institution's information technology environment is highly distributed and diverse, with leadership and coordination from the Chief Information Officer (CIO) and direct report units. We are seeking a strong, knowledgeable leader to provide vision, strategy, broad-based planning, and hands-on responsibility as the Deputy CIO within the UMass System Office. The Deputy CIO reports to the CIO, is a member of the UITS Executive Management Team (EMT) and serves a key role in university leadership, working closely within UITS and across the University, senior stakeholders and academic leadership.  In this role the incumbent has overall accountability for: Best-in-Class Operational Execution across the entire UITS project and services portfolio and to ensure they are aligned with the needs of the University. Digital Transformation through leading development and design of solutions for new digital capabilities in order to achieve highly usable and engaging end-to-end user experience and to support digital marketing needs. Increased Organizational Capability through IT workforce strategy and professional growth programs that focus on ongoing development of roles, skills, leadership capabilities and organizational structure.
Applications Developer II 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 a talented and innovative IT professional to help support the University strive towards its goals of excellence.  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. UITS is currently seeking a Applications Developer II to provide development support for Web Applications as well as assisting with making existing applications mobile friendly user responsive design.
Associate University Controller UMass President's Office
Directly reporting to the Controller, the Associate Controller is a seasoned, experienced professional with a full understanding of accounting practices and organizational policies and procedures. The Associate Controller uses professional accounting concepts to perform data analysis to address complex financial and operational issues. Exercises judgment within defined accounting procedures and practices to determine appropriate action.
Senior HR Generalist UMass President's Office
In support of the Director of Human Resources Operations, the Sr HR Generalist for the UMass President’s Office manages the administration of the Human Resources policies, procedures, and programs and carries out responsibilities in the following functional areas: recruitment, PageUp administration, compliance administration (Affirmative Action reporting and SFI reporting), and other activities related to HR Operations. In this position, the Sr HR Generalist will also drive a positive work culture by establishing strong working partnerships with the management team, employees, and HR colleagues. Postion will be in Shrewsbury, MA
Data & Visualization Analyst UMass President's Office
Academic Affairs within the University of Massachusetts President’s Office is seeking a Data and Visualization Analyst to join our team of institutional research and data analytic experts. Reporting to the Chief Data Strategist and Director of the Analytics Group, you will be responsible for supporting the development of a new, system-wide strategic analytics capacity that expands the university’s use of data as a strategic asset. You will possess experience in data analysis and visualization, an interest in the improvement of higher education, and the ability to communicate your findings to non-technical audiences. You will work with the University’s Informational Technology Services (UITS) and Institutional Research (IR) colleagues on our five campuses and in the system office to support the creation of and utilization of this data resource, integrating multiple data sources such as internal student records, finance, alumni, admissions, and human resources, as well as external data drawn from the unemployment insurance system, the Census Bureau, the American Community Survey, Bureau of Labor Statistics, and other external data. You will possess experience in statistical data analysis and visualization, an interest in improving public higher education, and the ability to communicate your findings to non-technical audiences.
Executive Administrative Specialist UMass President's Office
The role of the Executive Administrative Specialist/ Coordinator is to work closely with the Chief Executive Officer for UMass Online by providing complex administrative support to ensure compliance with the policies and priorities of the Systems Office and the Board of Trustees. This role is responsible for performing a variety of professional and administrative duties that facilitate the day-to-day operations of UMass Online. The position also provides wide range management for the department, with emphasis on providing first-rate support with highly confidential materials, and often requires independent judgment and action.  This role will foster excellent working relationships with leadership and colleagues throughout the University of Massachusetts system and outside constituents
HR Coordinator UMass President's Office
The Coordinator has responsibility to work collaboratively with the Human Resources team within the UMass System’s Office (UMSO); to assist in the administration of Human Resources activities in the areas of staffing and recruitment, personnel transactions, report management and distribution, and other Human Resources related activities. Under the general direction of the Chief Human Resources Officer, the Coordinator works closely with Director of Employee and Labor Relations, Director of HR Operations, and the Director of Compensation providing administrative support when necessary.
Cloud Architect III UMass President's Office
The University Information Technology Services (UITS) department of the University of Massachusetts is seeking an experienced Cloud Architect who wants to become part of a dynamic team of technology professionals supporting the institution's mission, “To enable UMASS to provide an affordable and accessible education of high quality and to conduct programs of research and public service that advance knowledge and improve the lives of the people of the Commonwealth, the nation and the world.” We are transforming to adopt new capabilities such as cloud-first architecture, DevOps, and agile. We support a highly distributed and diverse environment for mission-critical systems for multiple campuses. We embrace a culture of continuous learning by fostering a growth mindset and working together to solve hard business and technology challenges, with strong leadership and coordination from the Chief Information Officer (CIO) and direct report units.
University of Massachusetts President's Office Intern UMass President's Office
The University of Massachusetts President's Office, located in Shrewsbury, MA is offering a 20 hours a week internship for the Spring 2020 semester.  The selected intern will gain valuable knowledge of the workings of the University of Massachusetts. The intern performs varied administrative tasks in support of the day to day operations of the President’s Office.  The intern will coordinate logistics for special meetings and events held in Shrewsbury; provide front desk coverage, answering incoming calls, distributing mail, relaying information to colleagues and visitors; and respond to facility related requests and inquiries. The intern will also have exposure to all areas of the President’s Office in Shrewsbury participating in a range of on-going activities and projects. This role is responsible for performing a variety of professional and administrative duties that facilitate the day-to-day operations of the President’s Office.  Students will also work closely with Administration and Finance colleagues to carry out administrative operations related to a variety of subject matters.
Information Technology Services Spring Intern UMass President's Office
University Information Technology Services is seeking an intern for January-May 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.
Research Manager - ARPE UMass President's Office
The University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute (UMDI) Applied Research and Program Evaluation group (ARPE) is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Research Manager. Research Managers work with the unit director and senior research managers to conceive of and create new projects and develop project scopes, budgets, and project work plans. Research Mangers are responsible for the day-to-day management of assigned projects, including conceptualizing and developing sound research plans and timelines, implementing plans within stated timelines, conducting appropriate quantitative and/or qualitative analyses of data, implementing quality control processes, and synthesizing data to surface findings, and developing high quality project deliverables with clearly stated conclusions and recommendations. Research Managers are expected to possess a solid foundation in research methods, strong verbal and written communication skills, analytical skills, and the ability to independently manage projects or components of complex projects. Research Managers must be comfortable with mixed-methods research approaches, including both qualitative and quantitative research designs. Depending on the size and scope of projects, Research Managers may be responsible for supervising and mentoring staff on their project team, and are expected to foster a collaborative team approach to project implementation. Although not solely responsible for developing new business, Research Managers are expected to identify funding opportunities and participate in development activities. ARPE conducts social science research projects in direct response to specific client needs. ARPE studies typically focus on questions related to public health, human/social services, and education across the age spectrum (from early childhood through post-secondary and adult education).
Real Properties Facilities Coordinator UMass President's Office
The University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute (UMDI), under a contract with Community Development Institute (CDI), has been tasked to: (a) help increase capacity for the Office of Head Start (OHS) Regional Offices (RO) in the determination, tracking, and management of the federal interest in Head Start (HS) and Early Head Start (EHS) grantee facilities nationwide; and (b) provide technical assistance in the funding of safe and healthy facilities for HS children through the Real Property Facilities Initiative (RPFI). Since services are provided nationwide, travel is required for this position. The Real Properties Facilities Coordinator (RPFC) will help to coordinate the efforts of RPFI and integrate with the national Administration for Children and Families (ACF) facilities initiatives. The RPFC will be responsible for coordinating regional facilities technical assistance activities, developing training materials and resources, and providing support to a cadre of Real Property Facilities Experts (RPFE) housed in ROs. Additionally, the RPFC will be responsible for developing systems and processes for the initiative and reporting project activities. This position will be located in the OHS Central Office in Washington, DC and will be required to communicate and coordinate with RPFI leadership; federal staff within OHS and the Office of Grants Management (OGM); UMDI; and National Center for Program Management and Fiscal Operations (PMFO) management staff. Primary direction for day-to-day activities will be provided by the position’s immediate supervisor. Guidance and direction for RPFI project objectives and deliverables will be provided by the RPFI Leadership Team.

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.