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University of Massachusetts President's Office I.T. Internship UMass President's Office
Are you interested in gaining hands-on experience with Salesforce report writing, project communications and meeting facilitation? The University of Massachusetts Office of the President, with offices in Boston and Shrewsbury, is offering a paid internship beginning in January 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 real projects that will help our IT organization grow and succeed. In this internship, you will be a key contributor on the Project Management Office team.  You will be learning about and gain hands on experience in report writing, project communications and meeting facilitation. Our ideal candidate is a self starting creative thinker with great communication skills and is passionate about Project Management.   In this role you will expand your skill set to include report/dashboard design and creation in Salesforce, meeting facilitation and creating project related communications.
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.
Real Property Facilities Expert - Seattle, WA 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.
Career Navigator 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 form the MassHire Greater Brockton Workforce Board (MHGBWB). The MassHire Greater Brockton Career Center is located in downtown Brockton and provides employment and training services to job seekers and businesses. The Career Navigator is responsible for working with individuals referred from the Neighborhood Works Housing Solutions Section 8 voucher program to help them identify a long-term (up to five years) career path that fits with available jobs in their region with good wages, benefits and opportunity for advancement. The Career Navigator supports the individual to identify any training or education needed, assist with accessing those education and training resources, and then through the employer relationships of the Career Center, support the individual to find a job, provide post-employment transition, and as desired by the individual, ongoing career-path coaching.
Procurement Specialist UMass President's Office
Reporting to the Procurement Manager, the Procurement Specialist will provide support and customer service to the University on all matters relating to the purchasing of goods, equipment and services and also manage the day to day supplier relationship that covers a wide variety of simple and complex requirements of products and or services. The Procurement Specialist is required to provide support to the University community through knowledge and use of best practices while ensuring compliance to the University and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Policies, Laws and Regulations.
IT Auditor III UMass President's Office
Under the guidance of Internal Audit Management and senior staff, the Information Technology (“IT”) Auditor III supports Internal Audit’s goals by taking part in evaluating the adequacy and effectiveness of the University’s IT operations, compliance with related policy, regulation and IT controls.  Assignments will include, but not be limited to, conducting information technology audits, consultative and ad-hoc projects.  The IT 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 (“Standards”), Information Systems Audit and Control Association (“ISACA”) guidance, Internal Audit Policies and Procedures, and applicable regulations.
Sr IT Client Support Specialist UMass President's Office
We are seeking a Senior IT Client Support Specialist to join the Client Technology team for the UMass President’s Office.  The Senior IT Client Support Specialist will enable the President’s Office staff in Shrewsbury and Boston to be productive, effective and secure in using technology in their work.  Experience with various endpoint management tools is required (imaging, patching, package deployment, security, remote support, etc…). Reporting to the Manager of Client Support, s/he will be responsible for endpoint management as well as providing daily support for laptops, desktops, tablets, smartphones, conference room/AV equipment and software and personal productivity software. S/he will provide 1-1 or group technology training and coaching, ensure enhanced data and device security measures are effective and handle special projects to research and implement custom solutions. The candidate must work effectively as part of a team.  S/he will work closely with other members of the Client Support team at the Shrewsbury location to provide daily customer centric IT support.  S/he will also work with other UITS teams as needed and travel to the Boston office on occasion.  To be successful in this role, applicants must display a high degree of judgment, discretion and confidentiality regarding access to and protection of sensitive and confidential information as well as demonstrate the following characteristics: professional, pleasant and patient demeanor, initiative and self-starter to anticipate needs and prevent disruptions; attention to detail and work quality; effective communication and documentation skills and the ability to work in a fast paced environment and remain calm in a crisis.
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.
Accounts Payable Supervisor UMass President's Office
Working under the direct supervision of the Accounts Payable Manager, this position performs various duties to support the Accounts Payable department of the UPST. Responsible for researching vendor statements and responding to vendors and departmental inquiries.
Research Analyst - 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 Analyst. Research Analysts contribute to project implementation working under the direction of experienced UMDI research professionals. Research Analysts’ work focuses heavily on activities related to data collection, analysis, and reporting of findings. Depending on the qualifications of the successful applicant, the position may entail writing duties and some independent project tasks. 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).

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.