Faculty Recruiting Support CICS

Staff Employment Opportunities

The Systems Engineer for the Computer Science Computing Facility (CSCF) assists 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.

The Assistant Director of Experiential Learning is responsible for leading the design and implementation of CICS Careers' Experiential Learning Programs which help students apply knowledge and skills to explore and prepare for rewarding careers. They will support our mission of helping students discover, explore, and pursue professional experiences, as part of an entrepreneurial, student-centric team.  Along with the CICS Careers Director and Assistant Directors, they will collaborate with our CICS community (employers, UMass staff and faculty, and a growing network of alumni), to benefit 2,400+ CICS undergraduate and graduate students. We welcome those looking to bring their relevant career skills to higher education.

The Business Manager manages the business and fiscal operations for academic, research, and outreach activities in a large and complex University research center and Performs strategic analyses and financial forecasts to inform Center business decisions, and implements business, financial, and operational policies consistent with MassAITC and overarching University policies.

This position offers the opportunity to be part of a dynamic community of researchers, practitioners and other experts working together at the cutting edge of the integration of AI and other forms of emerging technology to improve the lives of older adults, caregivers, and people living with dementia. Our work takes us beyond the walls of the university by collaborating numerous diverse stakeholders including the private sector.

The Computer Science Computing Facility (CSCF) Systems Engineer 2 designs, installs, configures, and maintains network infrastructure, servers, systems, and services in a complex and diverse server environment.  Responsible for infrastructure Information Technology (IT) projects including planning, implementing, and monitoring. Develops and maintains custom scripts, programs, and applications. Coordinates and performs advanced technology device/equipment/system configurations and technical support.

Under the general direction of the Director of Information Technology (IT) in the Manning College of Information and Computer Sciences (CICS), the Senior Database & Web Engineer has primary responsibility for the design and operation of the College's databases and web applications. This position establishes design standards, develops backup/recovery plans and makes recommendations to College leadership for major system changes.

The Research Administrator is responsible for the full life cycle of quality research administration ranging from proposal development to post award administration, award close-out, and award compliance for a group of Principal Investigators in the College of Information and Computer Sciences (CICS).