Data Analyst Open Position

Data and Financial Analyst

The Andover Public Schools seeks applications from talented data analysts to provide leadership and analytical focus to policy makers, district administrators and teachers in making sound academic, instructional, and financial decisions for a large suburban school system.  Working closely with the Superintendent, the Data and Financial Analyst will ensure the integrity and systemic use of data to make a range of educational and financial decisions that promote and measure: the accountability and success of academic programming and services; the sound financial management of the budget; the provision of data to teachers and building administrators so they can make sound instruction interventions; and the key data needed to support productive short and long term strategic planning

Successful candidates will have a minimum of four years of progressively responsible experience in quantitative, qualitative and financial research, including analysis, testing and measurement, preferably in an educational institution; skill in the use of appropriate technology (SPSS, SAS); and two years of experience in an administrative or oversight capacity. DESE Administrator’s license preferred. A Doctoral degree in educational research, statistics, or mathematics preferred. Salary $80K-95K, commensurate with experience.

To learn more about the position and apply online, please visit and click on employment. Deadline for applications July 1, 2019.

The Andover Public Schools welcomes applications from a broad range of diverse candidates and is highly committed to the recruitment and hiring of staff that represents the diversity of the student body and community.

Health Resources in Action-Contracts Administrator position

Health Resources in Action is a growing, non-profit public health institute located in Chinatown that has an immediate opening for a Contracts Administrator. The individual in this role will: create, update, and monitor project and departmental budgets, individually and within the overall organizational budget; evaluate expenses, prepare tracking files, and complete invoice submissions, drawdowns, and other billing; and prepare and review federal, state, local and non-government contracts, and oversee approval, filing, and compliance processes. This is an on-site, full-time, exempt position with a target salary of $60,000 annually plus full benefits. Candidates should have 4+ years of experience either: administering federal, state and/or city grants and contracts (generally in post-award); or working in a service-based nonprofit’s budget department. Please visit to read more and apply.

U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, TX regional office job openings

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Office of Inspector General (OIG), Office of Evaluation and Inspections (OEI) has posted several job openings for Social Science Research Analysts in our Dallas, TX regional office.  The positions are entry-level, and open to recent graduates (graduation dates May 2017-Aug 2019) and current students.

OEI conducts national evaluations to measure the effectiveness of HHS policies and programs.  These evaluations provide decision-makers in HHS and Congress with analysis of high-impact issues within HHS operating divisions, including the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and the National Institutes of Health (NIH).  Our organization was ranked #1 in HHS by the Partnership for Public Service’s “Best Places to Work in the Federal Government” 2018 ratings.  You can learn more about OEI and view examples of our work at

Below are links to apply for the current Dallas, TX vacancies at  The four links are for Social Science Research Analyst positions, differentiated on the basis of the applicant’s education and experience.  We typically hire applicants with a graduate degree or those nearing completion of their graduate degree (first and second links below, at the GS-9 pay level), but we are able to consider individuals with only an undergraduate degree or those nearing completion of their undergraduate degree (third and fourth links below, at the GS-7 level).  It is important that applications submitted through provide sufficient detail about all related education and experience.  The applications close on Monday, May 13, 2019 at 10:59PM CDT.

Career Advising with Bill Farrick, Thursdays til 6:00 pm this Spring

Bill Farrick, Career Specialist for the College of Management is available till 6:00 pm every Thursday.
He will start Thursday, February 7th.  His office location in McCormack Hall is the 5th floor, Room 614. He is available for resume, cover letter review as well as job search techniques, mock interviews and career change options.

Please call the front desk of Career Services at 617-287-5519 to make an appointment with him. His email is

Carbon Lighthouse – Multiple New Jobs in San Francisco, NY and LA Offices

Carbon Lighthouse is broadly expanding our team, and we are actively recruiting for multiple technical roles in our San Francisco, New York, and Los Angeles offices!

If you know anyone who would be excited to help us fulfill our environmental mission, please feel free to share this email and the linked job descriptions below:


The New England Venture Summit – December 11th -12th

Opportunity to Volunteer and attend The New England Venture Summit

This exclusive venture capital summit will bring together over 500 VCs, Corporate VCs, Private Investors, Investment bankers and CEOs of cutting edge companies, will feature an impressive line-up of more than 120 VCs on interactive panels; presentations from more than 50 Top Innovators and high-level networking opportunities.

To join us as a volunteer, please fill out the form Click Here

The “Featured Company” Coaching Session on December 11th is an intimate gathering of VCs and companies selected to present. The session features VCs on a panel discussion followed by presentations from the featured companies with the VCs providing feedback. The session will then be followed by a cocktail reception which you are welcome to join us for.

The full day Venture Summit is on the 12th.

Students are able to gain free admission and in turn help out for part of the day and enjoy the summit for the other part.

The volunteer time slots are:

Tuesday, December 11th
9:00am – 5:30pm (the reception follows)

Wednesday, December 12th
6:30am – 5:30pm

Here is a link to the program website for full details: 

VC funds confirmed to speak:

Kyle Adkins, Principal, Savano Capital Partners | Karine Agajanian, Analyst, Anzu Ventures | Sanjay Aggarwal, Venture Partner, F-Prime Capital Partners | Magdi Amin, Investment Partner, Omidyar Network | Peter Arkell, Investor, Norwest Venture Partners | Ibraheem Badejo, Sr. Director, Johnson & Johnson Innovation | Sunny Bai, Associate, CRCM Ventures | Janet Bannister, Partner, Real Ventures | Peter Bastien, Partner, Next47 | Alex Beletsky, Investor, Sidecar Angels | Woody Benson, Venture Partner, Launch Capital | Joshua Berg, Investment Manager, GM Ventures | Victor Bian, Associate, Intellectual Ventures | Laura Bock, Investor, QED Investors | Nabil Borhanu, Managing Partner, Graphene Ventures | Will Borthwick, Senior Associate, Bold Capital Partners | Eric Breese, Managing Director, Evonik Venture Capital | Maxx Bricklin, Founding Principal, Bold Capital Partners | Dan Burstein, Managing Partner, Millennium Technology Value Partners | Jason Cahill, Founder & Managing Director, McCune Capital | Neil Callahan, Co-Founder and Managing Director, Pilot Growth Equity | Sara Chamberlain, Managing Director, Energy Foundry | Raymond Chang, Managing Director, NXT Ventures | Christopher Chu, Managing Director, Samsung Catalyst Fund | Meghan Cross Breeden, Managing Partner, Red Bear Angels | David Cruikshank, Partner, ARCH Venture Partners | Sophia Dardashti, Associate, WorldQuant Ventures | Ekaterina Dorozhkina, Managing Partner, Starta Ventures | Miriam Eaves, Venture Partner, BP Ventures | Kathryn Meng Elmes, Investment Associate, Massachusetts Clean Energy Center | Alison Ernst, Senior Manager of Investments, Massachusetts Clean Energy Center | Teresa Esser, Managing Director, Silicon Pastures | Michael Fanfant, Investor, Runa Capital | David Feldman, Analyst, Indicator Ventures | Mark G. Fields, Partner, Alsop Louie Partners | Shawn Flynn, Investment Director, Bay Angels | Prashant Fonseka, Principal, Tuesday Capital | Haley Fradkin, Investment Associate, Plum Alley | Kyle Fugere, Head of Ventures, dunnhumby Ventures | Matt Gatto, Partner, Insight Venture Partners | Joy Ghosh, Investor, Bain Capital Ventures | Stephen Gilfus, Founder, Blackboard Inc. | Jamil Goheer, Managing Partner & Cofounder, CoVenture | Ben Gorman, Associate, F-Prime Capital Partners | Edward Greer, Corporate Technology Scout, Dow Ventures | Jacob E. Grose, Investment Manager, BASF Venture Capital | Zain Gulamali, Investor, Amazon Alexa Fund | Marina Hadjipateras, Co-Founder & General Partner, Trail Mix Ventures | Hunter Hartwell, Principal, Forte Ventures | Laurence Hayward, Founding Partner, Independence Equity | Nathaniel Henshaw, Managing Director, CEI Ventures | Lindsay Hyde, Venture Partner, Moderne Ventures | Oren Isacoff, Principal, Longitude Capital | Nicolas Jacques-Bouchard, Principal, Panache Ventures | Jamie James, Managing Partner, GreenSoil Building Innovation Fund | Noel Jee, Investor, Illumina Ventures | Lacey Johnson, Principal, Green D Ventures | Ajay Kamat, Managing Director, Pear Ventures | Alex Kaufman, Investment Associate, JetBlue Technology Ventures | Patrick Kenealy, Managing Director, Ridge Ventures | Jack Kerrigan, Managing Director, Razor’s Edge Ventures | Jonathan Kerstein, Associate, Red Sea Ventures | Nyla Koncurat, Managing Partner, Karlani Capital | Daniel Kwak, Investor, Point72 Ventures | Vivek Ladsariya, Partner, SineWave Ventures | Donna Lecky, Managing Director, Health Venture Capital | Linus Liang, Senior Associate, Signia Venture Partners | Bion Ludwig, Associate, Savano Capital Partners | Kyle Lui, Principal, DCM Ventures | Tamim Abdul Majid, Principal, OCA Ventures | Coppelia Marincovic, Investment Manager, Solvay Ventures | Tom Mastrobuoni, Chief Financial Officer, Tyson Ventures | Hiroki Matsuda, Investor, Sozo Ventures | Derek Mazur, Senior Associate, Sante Ventures | David Miller, Co-Founder and Managing Director, Clean Energy Ventures | Julia Moore, Partner, Breakout Ventures | Kirsten Morbeck, Managing Director, SpringRock Ventures | Amit Mulgaonkar, Investor, Mithril Capital Management | Sheila Narayan, Managing Director, Golden Seeds | David Nault, General Partner, Luge Capital | Sara M. Nayeem, Partner, New Enterprise Associates | Brian Panoff, Senior Principal, Shell Ventures | Sumay Parikh, Principal, Quake Capital | Daniel Povitsky, Vice President, Sinai Ventures | Vinny Pujji, Investor, Insight Venture Partners | Venu Raghavan, Vice President, Wasson Enterprise | Gopal Rajaraman, Investment Principal , Motorola Solutions Venture Capital | Wanda Reindorf, Managing Director, Clean Energy Ventures | Brendan Rempel, Associate, OpenView Venture Partners | Martin Ringlein, Venture Partner, NextGen Venture Partners | Praveen Sahay, Managing Director, WAVE Equity Partners | Louis Schick, Founding Partner, NewWorld Capital Group | Chris Seitz, Associate, Excel Venture Management | Connie Sheng, Founding Managing Partner, Nautilus Venture Partners | Alex Shtarkman, Associate, Revolution | John Simon, Managing Director, Sigma Prime Ventures | Sidarth Singh, Investor, Stripes Group | Emily Snyder, Associate, Borealis Ventures | Siri Srinivas, Associate, Draper Associates | Luisa Sucre, Associate, Revolution | Lyndsey Toeppen, Vice President, Sandbox Insurtech Ventures | Tibor Toth, Managing Director, Massachusetts Clean Energy Center | Laurel Touby, Partner, Supernode Ventures | Chisom Uche, Associate, SixThirty | Alexander Urban, Principal, Shell Ventures | Claude Vachet, Managing Partner, Cycle Capital Management | Maria Velissaris, Investor, Pipeline Angels | George Voren, Associate, Flagship Pioneering | Anthony Walsh, Principal, BioInnovation Capital | John Wei, Sr. Investment Manager, SABIC Ventures | Jamie M. Weston, Managing Director, Spring Mountain Capital | Christopher J. Whalen, Managing Director, New Technology Ventures | Thomas Whiteaker, Partner, Propel Venture Partners | Jillian Williams, Investor, Anthemis Group | Troy Williams, Managing Director, University Ventures | Lu Zhang, Founder & Managing Partner, Fusion Fund | Sanjay Zimmermann, Associate, White Star Capital and many more.

To join us as a volunteer, please fill out the form Click Here

The “Featured Company” Coaching Session on December 11th is an intimate gathering of VCs and companies selected to present. The session features VCs on a panel discussion followed by presentations from the featured companies with the VCs providing feedback. The session will then be followed by a cocktail reception which you are welcome to join us for.

The full day Venture Summit is on the 12th.

Students are able to gain free admission and in turn help out for part of the day and enjoy the summit for the other part.

The volunteer time slots are:

Tuesday, December 11th
9:00am – 5:30pm (the reception follows)

Wednesday, December 12th
6:30am – 5:30pm

Here is a link to the program website for full details: 

Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare- HI Internship

Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare- Health Informatics Internship

The Medical Informatics area offers the intern a broad view of the organization as well as the various internal and external constituents that we serve with analytic insights. Our goals for the summer internship program are to offer a comprehensive learning experience for the individual combined with specific project work that will be designed so that it is beneficial to the organization as well as the intern. Examples of potential internship projects include: Employer group reporting redesign competitive analysis, creation of a coding repository, and development of analytics to support a member action ability analytic record (MAAR). The intern will have exposure to and will collaborate with many internal departments within the organization, including Sales, Finance, Actuarial, Pharmacy, Health Services, Senior Programs, IT, Provider Network Management and Product Operations

For more details Harvard Pilgrim Wellesley Informatics Intern Job Description-23uwrk4

UMass Boston Networking Event – Th Dec 6th 6pm-8pm

students looking at watch - UMass Boston Networking event Th Dec 6th









Looking for Spring/Summer Internships, Full/Part time opportunities? Then engage in this event and connect with employers and alumni seeking our talented and diverse UMass Boston students. Proper professional dress required!

REGISTER: Beacon Careers Online (BCO) ? Company Events ? UMass Boston Networking Event

EMPLOYERS: (sample list for full list review event, more employers being added daily)

–   Ernst & Young

–   Fed Reserve Bank Boston

–   Fidelity Investments

–   Loomis Sayles

–   State Street


–   Boston Medical Center

–   Boston Children’s Hospital

–   Mass Life Sciences

–   Mass Clean Energy Center

–   Triumvirate Environmental

–   Edward M Kennedy Institute

–   Governor’s Office


–   Sherwin Williams

–   Venture Development Center

PREPARE: Take advantage of Career Services upcoming workshops, resume quick checks and Walk-ins/Appointments. Do RESEARCH on the companies attending.

RESUME QUICK CHECKS: (print and bring with you) to Campus Center, 1st Floor, Terrace area

·         Wednesday, November 28th from 11:00am-1:00pm (CC-1-Terrace area)

·         Monday, December 3rd from 11:00am-1:00pm (CC-1-Terrace area)

·         Wednesday, December 5th from 11:00am-1:00pm (CC-1-Terrace area)

·         Thursday, December 6th from 11am-1pm (CC-1-Terrace area) Guest Employer: City Year

PREP WORKSHOPS: (register in BCO)

·         Putting it all together – Internship/jobs, Networking and your Next Steps – Wed, 11/28, 3:30-4:30pm, ISC-1-1400

·         How to Prepare for the Networking Event – Mon, 12/3, 2:00pm-3:00pm, ISC-1-1400

·         How to Prepare for the Networking Event – Wed, 12/5, 12:30pm-1:30pm, M-3-617

Prepare by doing research on companies and getting your documents ready. All resume, cover letter, internship, networking & interviewing resources are located in the Document Library of our Beacon Careers Online (BCO) jobs database. Call our front desk (617) 287-5519 to inquire about our walk-ins or to schedule an appointment.

Office of Career Services and Internships | Campus Center, 1st floor, 1300 | 617.287.5519 | Beacon Careers Online |

Boston City Hall Insider career networking event on Thursday, November 8th

From the Office of Career Services:

Dear Student,

Representatives from Boston City Hall will be at the UMass Boston Campus on Thursday, November 8, from 3:00-5:00 PM in CC-3-3545 and they are interested in meeting you! You do not need to stay for the entire event but can attend as much of this event as your schedule allows. This is a wonderful opportunity for you to learn about Boston city government, explore career opportunities, and network with City Hall Staff as follows:

• Intergovernmental Relations
• Mayor’s Office of Women’s Advancement
• Office of Data + Accountability, Boston Public Schools
• Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Advancement
• Office of Returning Citizens
• Environment, Energy, + Open Space Cabinet
• Boston Public Health Commission
• Streets (Public Works and Transportation)
• Boston Planning + Development Agency
• Research, Boston Police Department
• Mayor’s Office of Resiliency + Racial Equity
• Office of Recovery Services
• Citywide Analytics Team, Dept. of Innovation + Technology
• Mayor’s Office of New Urban Mechanics
• Mayor’s Office of Workforce Development
• Economic Mobility Lab, Policy Cabinet
• Small Business Development, Economic Development Cabinet
• Early Learning, Boston Public Schools
• Administration + Finance Cabinet


15 min – Welcome
15 min – Overview of City Hall Government Structure, branches, and function of the Mayor’s Office
60 min – Open House Format: Speed talk with city hall staff who can talk about their careers/what they do how they got to city hall
15 min. – Close + Thank you

Several UMass Boston students had the opportunity to go to City Hall on October 4th to meet with representatives there, but this is your opportunity to meet with them right here on the UMass Boston campus. Here is an article about that visit:

This event is open to all majors, undergraduate and graduate, as well as international students. Boston City Hall Insider Flyer.

Career Service Advising Thursdays 4:30pm – 6:00pm


Career Service Specialist Bill Farrick will begin holding extended career service advising Thursday evenings from 4:30pm-6:00pm for our College of Management graduate students.

Contact the Office of Career Services to make an appointment.
Career Services

Be sure to bring a hard copy of your resume and cover letter for review and if you are interested in applying for a specific position bring a copy of the position description as well.


Assurance Seasonal MIDA Internship at PwC

Assurance Seasonal MIDA Intern Winter/Spring 2019 Nationwide at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC)

PwC is a network of firms committed to delivering quality in assurance, tax and advisory services.

What will you do if you work in Assurance at PwC?
You’ll ask questions and test assumptions. You’ll help determine if companies are reporting information that investors and others can rely on. You’ll help businesses solve complex issues faced by management and boards. You’ll serve the public interest and the capital markets by conducting quality audits. Visit for more information on PwC’s Assurance practice.

The world is quickly changing, that’s why PwC is quickly adapting. We’re capitalizing on trends that will impact corporate reporting.

Our focus is on globalization, technology, sustainability and environmental reporting, population shifts and regulation. We combine skills and experience to help our clients address their challenges.
 NOTE: You will NOT be considered for a position unless you apply via the link below. Do not submit your resume on your school/university career website.
In order to be considered for one of PwC’s open positions, you must apply by visiting:

Job Number 26127294


We help resolve complex issues for our clients and identify opportunities. Learn more about us at

At PwC, we develop leaders at all levels. The distinctive leadership framework we call the PwC Professional ( provides our people with a road map to grow their skills and build their careers. Our approach to ongoing development shapes employees into leaders, no matter the role or job title.

Are you ready to build a career in a rapidly changing world? Developing as a PwC Professional means that you will be ready
– to create and capture opportunities to advance your career and fulfill your potential. To learn more, visit us at

Economic Mobility Lab Fellow, Boston Mayor’s Office

Message: Mayor Walsh and the City of Boston are seeking candidates for the Economic Mobility Lab Fellow. If you are interested in a career in city government, then consider applying for this one-year paid fellowship. The deadline to apply: Friday, October 5, 2018 by 4:00 pm with a mutually agreeable start date of in fall 2018. The Fellow will receive a $50,000 stipend. Interested applicants should send their resume and cover letter to with Research Fellow in the subject line.

Here is more information about the Fellowship: Economic Mobility Lab Fellow, Boston Mayor’s Office

Under Mayor Walsh’s leadership, the City of Boston is transforming local government using data driven policy and innovative approaches to policy and program development. In this environment, the Mayor wants to use research to ensure that City policies and programs are creating ladders of economic opportunity for all Boston residents. This work, and the work of the Fellow, will be focused in the new Economic Mobility Lab, which is based in the Mayor’s Office of Policy and works across City departments and agencies to advance economic mobility for Bostonians by analyzing existing programs and policies, highlighting and expanding what works, and creating innovative, scalable solutions to promote economic security for everyone.

The Chief of Policy is seeking a talented individual to join the team to help manage projects the Lab is leading (including work on child care and emergency savings accounts) and continue the Lab’s research. The Fellow will also apply these skills to other projects in the Mayor’s Office. Strong candidates must have a desire to do impactful work, including tracking changes in public policy and advancing the Mayor’s economic mobility agenda. The Fellow will play a critical role in advancing the mission of the Lab.

The Fellow’s primary responsibility will be to manage one or two initiatives and assist with several projects at the Economic Mobility Lab. The Fellow will report directly to the Chief of Policy, supporting the Lab’s Director and working alongside the Mayor’s Office of New Urban Mechanics and several other departments, including the Mayor’s Office of Economic Development, the Mayor’s Office of Workforce Development, and the Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA). Additionally, the candidate will be tasked with supporting other Mayor’s Office initiatives and projects as assigned.

More specific responsibilities include:

  • Leading one or two initiatives
  • Helping in the management of several projects
  • Preparing data visualizations tracking policy initiatives
  • Assisting in the implementation of new policies and pilot projects
  • Developing additional reports as necessary
  • Performing related work as required


Recently graduated from (in 2017 or 2018) or currently enrolled in a graduate program at the University of Massachusetts Boston.

Applicants must possess a passion to work in local government, have at least one year of full time, or equivalent part time, professional project management experience. Candidates with some technology experience are preferred. Applicants must have strong written and oral communication skills and have a demonstrated ability to work collaboratively in a team environment. Experience writing reports and press releases is highly desired. Candidates must be comfortable in a fast-paced environment, and be able to manage multiple projects on a tight deadline. Moreover, taking data and numbers and turning them into a story that we can tell the public will require creativity and thoughtfulness.

Note: This one-year appointment has a Boston residency requirement.

Deadline to apply: Friday, October 5, 2018 by 4:00 pm

Start Date: TBD (negotiable)

Stipend: $50,000