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Federal Work Study Student Assistant 15010000 - DCP-DEAN'S OFFICE Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Federal Work Study Assigned for the Historic Preservation Program in the College of Design, Construction and Planning.
Clinical Assistant / Associate / Full Professor - General Pediatrics 29091200 - MD-PEDS-GENERAL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Department of Pediatrics at the University of Florida is seeking a full-time board certified/eligible pediatrician in the Division of General Pediatrics.
Clinical Research Assistant - UF Health Cancer Center 29301000 - MD-UFHCC NCI DESIGNATION Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This Clinical Research Assistant position (Data Manager) participates as a member of a multi-disciplinary team in the conduct of clinical research trials, collection of subject data and clinical samples and documentation for the University of Florida Health Cancer Center Clinical Trials Office. The incumbent will independently collaborate with investigators, physicians, nurses and other key personnel to ensure compliance with protocol requirements.
Agricultural/Food Scientist II 60770000 - AG-NFREC-QUINCY Gadsden
The successful candidate will join the research lab of Dr. Xavier Martini studying ecology, behavior and management of insect pests. This position is located in Gadsden County, 30 miles west of Tallahassee, Florida. This appointment, which is to a full-time, time-limited, TEAMS Exempt position. In accordance with University of Florida rule 6C1-3.054, funding for this position is time-limited and may be eliminated or reduced as a result of conditions beyond the control of the University of Florida, which may result in termination of your employment.
AST DIR, Finance 60040000 - AG-DEAN FOR RESEARCH Alachua
Position serves the Florida Agricultural Experiment Station (FAES) within IFAS in a variety of ways under limited supervision of the Director of Finance for the Dean of Research. The individual is expected to work in a variety of areas including financial, human resources, contracts & grants, project setup and oversight, and REEport matters all in the course of a day. This individual will interact with the Dean for Research and all the Associate Deans, plus the Director of Finance, other professionals under Research Administration and throughout IFAS administration including IFAS’s Budget Office as well as numerous faculty and staff. The individual is expected to work in oversight and strategies for the two reporting stations – Ordway Swisher Biological Station (OSBS) and Plant Sciences Research & Education Unit (PSREU). The individual will work closely with the OSBS and PSREU administrative and financial personnel as well. This position requires strong verbal and written communication skills.
Regional Coordinator for Public Health - Pinellas 60451000 - AG-FAMILY NUTRITION PROGRAM Pinellas
This position is responsible for providing support to assigned counties with public health approaches that complement nutrition education for the UF/IFAS Extension Family Nutrition Program. Responsibilities include: researching and reviewing existing public health issues and policies within assigned counties; identifying opportunities for collaboration within specified communities to design and implement relevant public health projects; designing and implementing evaluation of projects; and collaborating with regional and county obesity prevention coalitions.
Research Administrator I 60740000 - AG-EREC-BELLE GLADE Palm Beach
Responsible for the development and management of all grant and contract proposals at the UF/IFAS/Everglades REC in Belle Glade. Review and interpret agency guidelines, provide technical assistance to faculty in proposal application preparation. Initiate, track, and manage grant/contract related deadlines and expenditures. Meet with PI's quarterly to review reconciliation reports, expenditures, and projections. Attend trainings and meetings, as needed.
Registered Nurse II - Pediatric Allergy Clinic 29091400 - MD-PEDS-IMMUNOLOGY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The incumbent in this position functions as a Registered Nurse supporting clinical efforts in the Allergy Clinic in the Pediatric Rheumatology/Immunology/Allergy Division. Under general direction this role will provide patient care and coordination of services through assessment, diagnosis, planning, implementation and evaluation of safe, therapeutic care and will administer professional nursing care to ill children in the Pediatrics Allergy clinic. He/she will participate in the provision of clinical care for pediatric allergy patients at the clinic location at Shands Medical Plaza, UF Health Pediatric Clinic located at Town of Tioga and UF Health Pediatric Clinic located at Magnolia Parke along with a team of physicians and Non physician medical providers. This person will have a direct contact with chronically ill children and their families so must be able to keep his/her composure and show compassion in dealing with the public. This person must be a self-starter and able to follow through on assignments without reminders. This person must be able to develop procedures and to propose and implement solutions to problems as they arise.
Research Coordinator III 29240101 - MD-HOP-GENERAL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Department of Health Outcomes and Policy (HOP)- Family Data Center (FDC) seeks an experienced project manager to oversee a team of healthcare analysts, biostatisticians, and Medicaid policy experts in conducting an independent evaluation of the Florida Managed Medical Assistance (MMA) program. After a competitive process, the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA) selected a partnership between HOP-FDC and the Department of Behavioral Sciences and Social Medicine at the Florida State University (FSU) to conduct the evaluation.
Research Coordinator I - Health Outcomes and Policy 29240101 - MD-HOP-GENERAL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This position is located in the Department of Health Outcomes and Policy and serves as a Research Coordinator. Responsibilities include: (1) Facilitate project operations and day-to-day management of projects; (2) Obtain, organize, assemble and maintain materials related to research projects; (3) Write progress reports and develop complex charts, tables, and presentations; (4) Communicate with Department and University faculty and staff and team members, sponsors, and other external constituencies; (5) coordinate travel arrangements and documentation; initiate purchase requisitions; initiate job postings; and maintain websites and other information repositories.
Data Management Analyst II - Health Outcomes and Policy 57720000 - INSTITUTE-CHILD HEALTH POLICY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Institute for Child Health Policy (ICHP) supports contracts with Texas and Florida Medicaid agencies and conducts policy research utilizing these and other health data resources. This position is part of a data management team responsible for data warehousing, management and analysis. Responsibilities include: 1) Designing and managing data file systems from multiple research projects that include multiple data sets and or data platforms. 2) Participation in design and implementation of research and evaluation studies. 3) Conducting statistical data analyses and participation in interpretation of results. 4) Assisting with data collection, and reporting and contributing to scientific reports, conference papers, and journal articles.
The Division of Critical Care is looking for a part time research coordinator for 1 year. Continued employment is contingent upon grant funding.
Academic Assistant III 15010000 - DCP-DEAN'S OFFICE Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Responsible for providing administrative support for the research enterprise and the Ph.D. Program in the College of Design, Construction & Planning. Also responsible for the collection, processing and organization of application components for each candidate under review. Assist with the administration of other graduate programs as needed (e.g., Masters in Historic Preservation).
Research Coordinator II 30120000 - JX-PSYCHIATRY-JACKSONVILLE Jacksonville Campus
This Research Coordinator II will be responsible for coordinating the research activities and community liaison work for the Center of Collaborative Care in the Department of Psychiatry. Responsible for the development and implementation of the research project, including administrative procedures for data collection, assisting with the development the data management plan, and implementing the data management plan. Serves as primary liaison to the primary care practices (PCPs) in North Florida who are part of the Center of Collaborative Care. Provides leadership in areas of study/research management including the submission of IRB applications, compliance with research related policies and protocols, and the preparation of grant documents and reports to the funding agency. Coordinates administrative duties, and organizes regular visits to community PCPs. Assists in recruitment and training of standardized patients for prospective PCP training programs. Coordinates scheduling and liaison work with community PCPs as well as community mental health providers. Assists Principal Investigator and staff with data entry, data management, data analysis, and methodology development, research design implementation, literature searches and manuscript preparation for the study. Primarily responsible for ensuring research is accomplished through Good Clinical Practices and Ethical Research. Serves as a source of research-related information and provides support to project staff. Serves as a liaison with outside agencies, organizations and the general public who are affiliated with the project.
Assistant Director, Academic Support Services 02140100 - PV-UF ONLINE GEN Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
UF Online is the University of Florida’s online academic programming hub offering flexible online undergraduate degree programs as part of a vibrant and engaged online student community. The Assistant Director for Student Success and Engagement will report to the Associate Director for Student Success and Engagement for UF Online and serves two primary functions. First, the Assistant Director ensures the engagement of all UF Online students by planning and executing events and extracurricular engagement activities sponsored by UF Online. Next, the Assistant Director furthers the UF Online student success goals by implementing appropriate online student success initiatives informed by a robust analyses of UF Online student academic needs. The Assistant Director works seamlessly with the Associate Director and colleagues across campus to implement these critical events and initiatives and in doing so ensures mechanisms are in place monitor outcomes and continually improve programming to the greatest benefit of UF Online students. The Assistant Director makes recommendations to the Associate Director to ensure the continual improvement of UF Online offerings. Lastly the Assistant Director engages directly with online students to ensure the continual success of UF Online student programming and that the views and interests of the UF Online Student Advisory Committee are considered and integrated into UF Online program decisions.
Extension Agent I - II - Agriculture (Livestock) 60352061 - AG-SUWANNEE Suwannee
The agent will be responsible for planning, developing, implementing, teaching, evaluating, and reporting on extension programs in livestock (cattle, small ruminants, equine), forage and hay production, pasture management, pesticide training, small farms, and natural resources.
Post Doc Associate-Pharmacology and Therapeutics 29100000 - MD-PHARMACOLOGY / THERAPEUTICS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
A postdoctoral position is available in the laboratory of Olga Guryanova, MD PhD, at the University of Florida, to study the cross-talk between epigenetics and chromatin organization in normal and malignant hematopoiesis.
Chair, Acquisitions and Collection Services 55080100 - LB-ACQUISITIONS / LICENSING CH Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida, seeks applications and nominations for the position of Chair for Acquisitions and Collection Services. Reporting to the Associate Dean of Scholarly Resources & Services, the Chair of Acquisitions and Collection Services is a tenure track library faculty position. The department’s primary responsibilities are acquiring, licensing, managing, and providing access to a variety of print and online resources. The Chair oversees management of a twelve million dollar materials budget. The Chair for Acquisitions and Collection Services is responsible for the efficient management of these operations and for the coordination and development of staff committed to continual workflow improvement. The Chair directs sixteen faculty and staff divided into areas of operations, taking a leadership role in setting goals and priorities; developing projects; allocating and managing material budgets; organizing staffing; and developing new and efficient workflows. In addition, the Chair serves as Collections Coordinator, assisting the Associate Dean of Scholarly Resources & Services by coordinating collection activities and budget management across the Smathers Libraries and Health Science Center Libraries.
Associate Vice President, Strategic Communications and Chief Marketing Officer 50010000 - DV-VP DEVELOPMENT-ADMIN Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This highly visible leadership role serves as the Associate Vice President, Strategic Communications and Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) for Advancement. The AVP/CMO is responsible for overseeing Advancement’s strategic communications and marketing team, executing a comprehensive campaign communications plan, and working with senior leaders across campus to provide targeted marketing, unified messaging and support brand enhancement connecting stakeholder’s passions with university vision and priorities. Reporting to the Vice President of Advancement the incumbent will be instrumental in crafting the next UF Story. They will heighten a unified, transformative marketing strategy and implement a campaign communications plan that informs and educates key constituents as potential investors and positions philanthropic efforts that support university goals.
Academic Program Spec I 02070100 - PV-OASIS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This a time-limited, grant funded position under the general direction of the Director for the Office of Academic Support (OAS) within the Office of Undergraduate Affairs. This position assists with the implementation of the UF Student Support Services (SSS) academic program in order to achieve the vision and objectives outlined. Participates in program strategy development and long-range planning. Major responsibilities include designing and developing academic programs, advising current and prospective students, maintaining database records/producing periodic reports, monitoring student progress/providing learning assistance for students, supervising peer tutors, assisting with tutoring and student referrals, coordinating of appropriate resources/services, preparing/maintaining center materials.

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