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Clinical Research Coord III - Health Outcomes and Biomedical Informatics 29240101 - MD-HOBI-GENERAL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The OneFlorida Clinical Trial Recruitment Specialist (CTRS) plays a leading role in the internal/external marketing of clinical research studies and the recruitment of study participants into the clinical research studies within the OneFlorida Clinical Research Consortium. This position will work with the OneFlorida Integrated Clinical Research Program team and with the University of Florida’s All of Us study teams. This position requires knowledge of current clinical research studies, phone screening and scheduling, and other recruitment activities. The CTRS will help with the recruitment, engagement, and enrollment of the study. The ideal candidate would possess superb interpersonal skills and have experience with community outreach and patient recruitment for clinical trials. Strong communication skills and the ability to work independently are a must.
Documentation Specialist 14300000 - IT-ICT INFRA/COMM TECHNOLOGY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
UF Information Technology (UFIT) is currently seeking a Documentation Specialist to join Infrastructure & Communication Technology. Infrastructure and Communication Technology, a division of UFIT, manages the UF Data Center and delivers hosted server, storage, virtualization, database, email, and related systems, in addition to connecting the University of Florida campuses to the world via high-speed data, video, Wi-Fi, telecommunications, and VoIP services.
Maintenance Supervisor 07290000 - HO-BROWARD / RAWLINGS AREA Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Department of Housing and Residence education is searching for a Maintenance Supervisor. This is a supervisory position assisting and reporting to the Assistant Director of Facilities Operations in support of the mission of the Department of Housing & Residence Education (H&RE).  The employee must be familiar with a variety construction field concepts, practices, and procedures. The employee relies on experience and judgement to plan and prioritize duties to ensure completion of assignments and goals. She or he is responsible for providing and maintaining the highest level of service and operating efficiency in maintaining assigned residence hall facilities, apartment facilities, and administrative offices through effective employee supervision and efficient program management.  Responsible for exercising independent judgment in solving a variety of routine administrative and operational problems.  The employee coordinates various levels of maintenance staff and supervisory staff, as well as, communicates in both verbal and written form specifying needs for the required facilities.  Must have working knowledge of the Florida building codes.
Fiscal Assistant II 19140000 - EG-COMPUTER / INFO SCI & ENG Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Under the direction of the Administrative Specialist (AS) and Associate Director of Administrative Services (AD), this employee will be responsible for complex purchases from state, overhead, foundation and contracts and grants accounts. The successful candidate will be responsible for maintaining records of all expenditures for each account and assisting with the reconciling accounts to monthly ledgers. The CISE Department adheres to a Portfolio style workload wherein the number of accounts/grants/etc. and complexity of spending is divided between the Fiscal Assistant (FA) II and FA I. The FA II will be assigned faculty whose awards will require the attention of an employee with a higher level of experience than those of an FA I. FA II will be expected to assist Fiscal Assistant I, as needed.
Research Administrator I 19010800 - EG-FISCAL / PERSONNEL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This employee operates as one of the key members of the Office of Finance and Administration in the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering. The position is one with a high level of responsibility requiring an individual who can manage many tasks, interact with individuals across campus and represent the office inside and outside the University. The individual is expected to work independently with supervision and must be proactive with assignments, have attention to detail and take ownership of their responsibilities. They will work with the Research Administrator III with proposal submission, daily management of the contracts and grants to ensure a smooth and efficient handling of the day-to-day activities. This position reports to the Associate Director.
Fiscal Assistant I 19070000 - EG-ENG SCH SUSTAIN INFRST ENV Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This position provides the fiscal processing support for a set group of faculty members. They process all financial documents for their set of professors, including travel, pcards, requisitions, reimbursement and expense refunds.
OPS Social Media Coordinator 12010000 - GR-GRAD SCHOOL OPERATIONS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Executes social media activities, assesses social marketing performance and provides effective monitoring and collaborative approaches to enhance the Graduate Schools outreach efforts.
Research Administrator III 15010000 - DCP-DEAN'S OFFICE Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This position is responsible for the overall grants management of the College of Design, Construction and Planning and reports directly to the Associate Director, Administrative Services. This position is the primary staff grants administration for the dean’s office and will work directly with each unit’s staff grant administrators to ensure the accuracy and successful submission of all proposals. The candidate should possess expertise in both pre and post awards and serves as the College’s liaison to the core research offices of the University of Florida.
Biological Scientist II 28060000 - VM-COMP, DIAG & POP MEDICINE Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
A highly motivated individual is sought to conduct research and assist in establishing a new parasitology laboratory. Initially, a large portion of the position will be dedicated to organizing the lab, including purchasing, generating inventory logs, and fulfilling biological/chemical safety requirements. Thereafter, the individual will be responsible for general lab management but will spend the majority of their time on research duties. Research will focus on host-parasite immune interactions and in vivo imaging of veterinary parasites – particularly those with zoonotic potential – and will involve a combination of animal studies and in vitro work. Some diagnostic and teaching duties are also expected.
OPS Scribe 29170000 - MD-ORTHOPAEDICS / REHAB Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Department of Orthopaedics is seeking a motivated individual to fill the position of scribe as part of a dynamic team who provides outstanding patient care.
Counselor - General Pediatrics 29091200 - MD-PEDS-GENERAL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Provide psychosocial assessments, preliminary diagnoses, and evidence based psychotherapeutic treatments, as well as case management support planning and consultation, for a wide range of mental health disorders in children and adolescents.  Assist families in coping with their child’s mental health challenges and in partnering with treatment team members, including medical providers in General Pediatrics.
OPS Stagehand 13500000 - PC-PHILLIPS CENTER Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The University of Florida Performing Arts - Phillips Center - is seeking stagehands for our 2018/2019 performance season.
OPS Skilled Stage Technician 13500000 - PC-PHILLIPS CENTER Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
University of Performing Arts is seeking Skilled Stage Technicians for our 2018/2019 performance season
OPS Acquisition Assistant 47002000 - UP-ACQUISITIONS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The University Press of Florida OPS Acquisitions Assistant works on projects at all stages of publication. This includes reading inquiries and proposals, evaluating projects with editors before contract or peer review, gathering materials to circulate for contract approval, preparing contracts, coordinating with authors adherence to press guidelines and policies, preparing manuscripts for external reviews and for transmittal to production, initiating/responding to inquiries with authors and colleagues to facilitate publication, and maintaining current and accurate project and author information.
OPS Diabetes Peer Coach 29090900 - MD-PEDS-ENDOCRINOLOGY Dade
This is an OPS Part-Time position housed in Department of Pediatrics Endocrinology.
Education/Training Spec II- Lead Implementation Coach 18380000 - ED-CTR EXCEL EARLY CHILD STUD Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The primary role of the Lead Implementation Coach is to provide technical assistance to state and community partner agencies implementing the Anita Zucker Center Practice-based Coaching Model. The Lead Implementation Coach will provide initial orientation and training, ongoing coaching to agency personnel, and monitor the implementation of Anita Zucker Center Practice-based Coaching Model. The successful applicant will have prior experience as an early care and education practitioner and provider of professional development in an inclusive early care and education setting. Direct prior experience implementing coaching is preferred. This position is time-limited.
OPS Stage Supervisor 13500000 - PC-PHILLIPS CENTER Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The University of Florida Performing Arts - Phillips Center is seeking an OPS Stage Supervisor to join our team.
Engineer I 60790000 - AG-TREC-HOMESTEAD Dade
This is a position in Homestead, Florida. Position responsibilities include a variety of duties related to design, research, coordination, instruction, and review of projects and activities related to hydrology and water resources engineering research..
Marketing and Comm Specialist 15030000 - DCP-RINKER SCH OF BLDG CONSTR Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Coordinates with the College of Design, Construction, and Planning Development Office concerning alumni affairs and event fiduciary responsibilities. In the Rinker School of Construction Management is responsible for overseeing the job placement program, coordination and supervisory management of events such as banquets, donor recognition events, alumni engagements, celebrations, Distinguished Alumnus and the Construction Hall of Fame. Liaison and organizer for the Rinker School Executive Committee and Advisory Council activities. Create and facilitates new donor engagement opportunities. Coordinate Rinker School Marketing and Social Media efforts.
Development Coordinator (part-time) 57130100 - WH-ADMINISTRATION St. Johns
This position manages annual giving activities and giving-centered events for the Whitney Laboratory for Marine Bioscience. The annual giving coordinator will work to expand philanthropic support and development outreach for the Whitney Laboratory to increase overall giving in support of the Whitney’s mission and vision. *This is a time-limited, part-time position. The employee will be expected to work 20 hours per week.*

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