Faculty Recruiting Support CICS

Staff Employment Opportunities

Provide high level administrative support for the Associate Deans by assisting with a wide range of complex and confidential matters. This includes project management for renovations, overseeing schedules to prioritize the most critical meeting requests, attending meetings on their behalf,  reading and responding to emails on their behalf, and preparing various reports, presentations, and correspondence.

The Systems Engineer for the Computer Science Computing Facility (CSCF) will assist in implementing, monitoring, and continually improving procedures and resource allocations to ensure professional, high quality technology support and services to the College of Information and Computer Sciences including its faculty, staff, and researchers.  Provide support and monitor enterprise class Linux systems; provide system administration as well as integration with other campus services. 

The Director of Academic Programs provides leadership and management for all graduate and undergraduate programs (residential and online) within the College of Information and Computer Sciences (CICS). This position is responsible for all operational aspects of current programs, as well as planning for future growth in enrollment, new programs/courses, and revenue generation. 

The Director of Research Business Development will cultivate research collaborations between the College of Information and Computer Sciences (CICS) and individuals, corporations, foundations, and government stakeholders to build large-scale, research-based support for the college. They will drive and communicate research strategies that support the Dean's objectives and the college's vision of Computing for the Common Good, and promote the university's service to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. This individual will be based out of the University's Mt. Ida campus in Newton, MA.  A key function of their role will be to identify opportunities for CICS that leverage the Mt. Ida campus, for example, collaborators or joint research endeavors where the Newton campus is an enabler.