The College of Social & Behavioral Sciences at UMass Amherst is proud to have a dedicated, passionate, and diverse community of faculty and staff. We are currently hiring for the positions below, and look forward to hearing from you!
For a list of all open positions at UMass and SBS, please visit the UMass Human Resources webpage.
Manager of Academic Programs, Department of Sociology
The Manager will manage the marketing, alumni engagement, enrollment management and scheduling functions for Sociology. Bachelor's degree in Business, Marketing, Social Sciences, Communication, or related field required and one year of managerial or marketing work expeirence in program administration. OR Associate's degree in Business, Marketing, Social Sciences, Communication, or related field.
Lecturer in Linguistic Anthropology
This position is a full-time non-tenure track position. Candidates should have a strong record of research in the material and semiotic life of discourse, power, and inequality and the ability to teach a range of undergraduate and graduate courses.
Director of Administration and Finance, Department of Sociology
The Director will collaborate with the chair in strategic planning, effective mamagement of day to day administration and operational functions of the Drpartment, among other duties. Requirements include a Bachelor's degree in Business, Social Sciences, or related field and five years of managerial workexperience OR Master's degree in Business, Social Sciences, or related field and three years of managerial work experience.
Undergraduate Advisor, Department of Political Science
This advisor will provide comprehensive individual and group academic advising services to undergraduate students. Requirements include a Bachelor's degree in Student Development, Higher Education, Social Sciences or related field and at last three years of full-time or equivalent part-time academic advising experience. Master's degree preferred.
Undergraduate Summer Peer Advisor
Undergraduate Summer Peer Advisors assist new students with their transition to UMass during the New Student Orientation and are responsible for working with Academic Advisors to help student register for courses for their first semester at UMass.
Part-time Lecturers, Sociology
The Department of Sociology is establishing a pool of qualified individuals who may be available on short notice to teach Sociology courses on a part-time basis. The courses to be taught are a mixture of large introductory lecture courses and smaller courses aimed at upper-division undergraduates; many care General Education designations. To be considered, applicants must have a doctorate or other terminal degree, a minimum of 3 years teaching experience, and at least 3 references from supervisors who can speak directly to their teaching qualifications.