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Research Collaboration Coordinator

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The Research Collaboration Coordinator (RCC) works as part of a team to support the 5-year UMass NSF ADVANCE Institutional Transformation grant project. The RCC will: plan and execute activities for building university-wide collaborative faculty research networks with an emphasis on outreach to women and faculty of color; identify grant opportunities and develop goals for collaboration and equity; research, develop, and manage resources for collaboration including the online ADVANCE information base website; partner with the ADVANCE team and other campus partners to plan and execute yearly surveys of faculty to identify key research interest areas, current projects, technical skills/methodologies, instruments, and interest in meeting potential on-campus collaborators; manage selection and distribution of internal grant seed funding and reporting on the grant activities and compliance; provide ongoing support for collaborative faculty teams to develop seed funding initiatives.

Minimum Qualifications: bachelor’s degree with two years of project management or administration experience; excellent computer proficiency including word processing, spreadsheet, cloud-based data storage and file sharing, and database management skills; ability to successfully interact and work collaboratively with faculty from a wide variety of disciplines and backgrounds, and to understand and identify their needs and translate into programmatic solutions; superlative communication ability, with excellent writing, editing, and presentation skills; strong initiative and the ability to plan, organize, manage, and execute multiple complex projects in a fast-paced environment. Preferred Qualifications: master’s degree and experience contributing to collaborative research projects.

Apply to: http://careers.umass.edu/amherst/en-us/job/496479/research-collaboration-coordinator-issr. Provide a cover letter, resume/CV, and the name, position, email address, and telephone number of 3 persons to provide referrals. Review of applications will begin December 10, 2018 until a suitable applicant pool has been found.

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Posted: 11/21/2018
Application Due: 1/20/2019
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