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Veterinary Histology Lab Assistant 28334000 - VM-ANATOMIC PATHOLOGY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Supports laboratory staff by maintaining inventory; maintaining logs and record books; assists in lab cleanliness; helping with special projects. Responsible for solution making and hazardous chemical waste disposal. Will also be responsible for shipping send out tests and various administrative duties.
Advanced Animal Care Technician II - Infectious Disease 11800000 - OR-ANIMAL CARE SERVICES Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This is work providing more complex animal caretaking duties and begins to specialize in the care of individual species or specialty sections. Completes animal care and cage wash activities as directed by Operations Manager or their designee. All actions are completed by strictly and consistently following applicable ACS SOPs including safety procedures and policies. Reports any suspected or actual deviations to SOPs or non-routine situations immediately to Operations Manager or their designee. This position will be assigned to work in the Infectious Disease areas of ACS: The ID Technician requires the ability to perform specialized duties in the areas of biocontainment, biosecurity and animal husbandry within several areas of high level containment. Under strict guidelines from USDA and /or CDC, UF EH&S and ACS SOP’s the person in this position performs specialized husbandry procedures, will acquire and maintain qualifications to work with ABSL2 and ABSL3 designated protocols and will perform technical support for all levels of containment. You will be required to be vaccinated to work with these animals as many agents are zoonotic. Employee will be registered with the CDC or APHIS for access to select agents. Personnel will be following strict guidelines under the National Select Agent Program (NSAP). Individual must be able to clear DOJ/FBI background checks. This individual will be a part of the ACS and UF/EH&S Biosafety security and incident response plans.
Extension Program Assistant - Collier 60451000 - AG-FAMILY NUTRITION PROGRAM Collier
The Family Nutrition Program is a grant-funded program that helps limited-income families and youth acquire the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and changed behavior necessary to improve their diets with better nutrition. Extension Program Assistants with this grant in Collier County will teach general nutrition to families and youth; collect demographic and impact data for evaluation; and learn through on-the-job training skills and information related to teaching nutrition to low-income audiences.
OPS Web Designer 02070100 - PV-OASIS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Office of Academic Support for Undergraduate Affairs is seeking a part-time web designer with experience using a variety of content management systems (Wordpress, Terminal 4, etc.) to take over the graphic and user interface design of our websites. We’re looking for a candidate who has created and maintained functional, attractive websites; has excellent communication and editing skills. Must be able to provide a portfolio that includes visually appealing, modern and responsive websites with excellent navigational structures and detailed linking.
Million Cat Challenge Program Manager 28090000 - VM-SACS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
In 2014, the Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program partnered with the UC Davis Koret Shelter Medicine Program with support from Maddie’s Fund to create the Million Cat Challenge, a shelter-based campaign to save the lives of 1 million cats in North America over the course of 5 years. The core strategy of the campaign was centered around 5 key initiatives that offer every shelter, in every community, practical choices to reduce euthanasia and increase live outcomes for sheltered and community cats. By the end of 4 years, more than 1,200 shelters had joined and collectively saved more than 1 million cats. This Phase 1 success led to a Phase 2 expansion of the project to include a deeper focus on one-on-one consultations in shelters, development and dissemination of digital training materials, and broader recruitment reach to engage more shelters where cats are most at risk for euthanasia with the goal of ensuring that every cat presenting to a North American shelter experiences the right care and the right outcome. The MCC Program Manager will support the Phase 2 expansion (3 years) by managing the work of the UF team to assure the success of multiple projects, including shelter consultations, website management, data accrual/validation, recruitment, event planning, and outbound communications. The manager will coordinate projects with the equivalent position at UC Davis, the work of multiple offsite consultants, and faculty/staff at UF by establishing and tracking project work plans and team calendar; developing an organizational structure that ensures that work is identified, owned, and continues moving forward; facilitating effective team communication and operations; prioritizing projects in balance with team capacity and workload; scheduling and facilitating meetings; contributing to the development and maintenance of a strategic plan; assisting as needed with execution of tasks, reporting, and management of partnerships.
Custodial Worker I 63400200 - FS-BLDGSRVC OPERATIONS-EG Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Custodial Worker I (job code 002817, salary grade 10) herein described provides cleaning services to university offices, classrooms, restrooms, labs, and other facilities. The incumbent’s duties include sweeping, mopping, floor care, window and glass cleaning, and waste disposal.
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 Assistant Director 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 Assistant Director.
Law Enforcement Captain 73010000 - UPD-ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Internal Candidates Only - The Department is recruiting to fill a Law Enforcement Captain vacancy for its Community Services Division. This position will be responsible for the following; not all inclusive. Command Officer for the operations of the Community Services Division. Responsible for the administrative planning and coordination of all community/services/public relation activities and personnel assigned to the Division. Interview and select personnel; develop and implement operational procedures; interpret laws, rules, and regulations. Direct the enforcement department polices, procedure and regulations; evaluate the work of subordinate personnel and imitate personnel action when necessary; maintain discipline; observe personnel in the field; accompany them on programs, advising and assist with programs as needed. Review all unit activities through personnel conferences and other written report prepared by subordinate officers; approve and process all reports to proper units/persons; report any significant occurrences to superiors; assist in the investigations and other law enforcement functions as needed; receive complaints and conduct internal reviews as needed.
Assistant Director, Project Management & Regulatory Affairs – UF Health Cancer Center 29301000 - MD-UFHCC NCI DESIGNATION Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The UF Health Cancer Center stands alone in the state in our unique ability to blend comprehensive patient care and innovative research in a collaborative, multi-disciplinary environment. Our membership consists of more than 230 researchers, clinicians, and educators throughout UF and UF Health, all dedicated to providing the residents of Florida with leading-edge cancer care and conducting original research for the prevention, early diagnosis, and treatment of cancer. Under the direction of the Administrative Director of the Clinical Research Office, this position serves as the Assistant Director of Project Management & Regulatory Affairs and will lead a multi-disciplinary team of clinical research professionals and is charged with developing SOPs and policies, as well as with providing general oversight for all project management and regulatory activities within the office. This highly visible role includes joint responsibility and accountability with other CRO leadership for the success of the UFHCC’s clinical trials operations and for continuous improvement in the quality and efficiency of the clinical research program. The UFHCC has been serving Floridians for over 20 years and we invite you to join our talented team!
Study Coordinator II – UF Health Cancer Center 29301000 - MD-UFHCC NCI DESIGNATION Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The UF Health Cancer Center stands alone in the state in our unique ability to blend comprehensive patient care and innovative research in a collaborative, multi-disciplinary environment. Our membership consists of more than 230 researchers, clinicians, and educators throughout UF and UF Health, all dedicated to providing the residents of Florida with leading-edge cancer care and conducting original research for the prevention, early diagnosis, and treatment of cancer. Under the direction of the Manager of the STO Unit of the CRO, this position serves as a Study Coordinator and is responsible for the coordination of clinical activities for an assigned portfolio of studies undertaken in the STO. The UFHCC has been serving Floridians for over 20 years and invite you to join our talented team!
Laboratory Technician I 60732000 - AG-CREC-PLANT PATHOLOGY Polk
Our research group focuses on the interactions between plant pathogens and citrus. This position will assist with support activities for research staff conducting experiments related to the study of Citrus greening disease. This position provides a core service for the lab helping to expedite experiments by maintaining widely used reagents, buffers, and media and performing a wide variety of established laboratory procedures including plasmid isolation, electrophoresis, virion purification, and agrobacterium infiltrations. Responsibilities include participation with various aspects of setting up, organizing and maintaining experiments including: collecting, organizing, weighing, and chopping plant tissue for extractions, organizing and maintaining a consistent stock of media, standard solutions, and a variety of clean and sterilized labware. Organizing and maintaining freezer stocks of infected plant tissue will be required as well as general organization and upkeep of lab supplies and minor equipment.
Research Administrator II 19010800 - EG-FISCAL / PERSONNEL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering (HWCOE) RA team is looking for a candidate interested in working with faculty who are making globally impactful advances in research, and having a career in a profession with various opportunities for growth. In the HWCOE you will find a supportive and collaborative intellectual environment with a firm commitment to continuously invest in professional development. This position reports directly to the Associate Director of Administrative Services (AD). The position primarily dedicated to post award management but will include support of pre award functions such as proposal preparation and submission as needed. Desirable qualifications, the ability to be flexible in work assignments; meet deadlines; independent problem solving and analytical skills; and a demonstrated ability to balance a high level of attention to detail while supporting faculty who perform research. The individual is expected to work effectively in a collaborative, customer-service oriented and collegial team environment.
Groundskeeper I 63520300 - FS-OPER EG GROUNDS-LANDSCAPE Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Participates in grounds maintenance activities including mowing, edging, string trimming, weeding, pruning and mulching with hand and/or power equipment. Participates in litter and debris collection programs including emptying trash receptacles and replacing plastic liners
Conference-Event Planner I 60013804 - AG-CONFERENCES / INSTITUTES Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The IFAS Office of Conferences and Institutes is seeking a Conference/Event Planner I to plan and coordinate small to medium-sized events, conferences or meeting activities. The Conference/Event Planner I will consult with clients to determine objectives and requirements for events such as meetings, conferences, and workshops; plan and develop programs, agendas, budgets, and services according to customer requirements; monitor event activities to ensure satisfaction of participants and resolves any problems that arise. They shall also write publicity announcements, create email announcements in Constant Contact, use Facebook, Twitter, and other social media to promote attendance of conferences, arrange transportation, tours, and supplementary conference activities, i.e. field trips, travel on average every other month to work onsite at events to help with registration and event set-up and management, coordinate volunteer schedules, cross-check various lists used in the planning process, and produce abstract books, program books, websites, and other conference informational materials.
OPS Sterile Equipment Technician 34010703 - DN-FACULTY PRACTICE Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The College of Dentistry is recruiting for an OPS Sterile Equipment Technician assigned as a rover, monitoring clinical activity as well as the patient schedule to provide back-up or assistance to dentists and primary dental assistants when needed. This position responds to oral, telephonic, and written communication related to patient care (appointments, consultations, emergencies) and performs related clerical duties, i.e., appoints patients in computer, copies and files charts, as well as other duties assigned.
Manager, Clinical Research 29200000 - MD-RADIATION ONCOLOGY Duval
The Department of Radiation Oncology is seeking applicants to fill the position of Clinical Research Managerr. Under the direction of the Associate Chair of Radiation Oncology and Medical Director of UF Health Proton Therapy Institute, this position will serve as the lead Project Manager for a grant-funded multi-center trial. This position requires a broad range of business and management skills and the exercise of considerable judgment and initiative. In the absence of the Associate Chair of Radiation Oncology and Medical Director of UF Health Proton Therapy Institute, the Project Manager has full responsibility for all daily administrative operations, coordinates daily activities and functions of assigned projects, supervises staff, and ensures effective implementation of the approved work plan. This position is also responsible for understanding, fostering and overseeing compliance with federal, state, university, and sponsoring agency regulations, policies, and procedures.
OPS CQM Clincial Associate/Technician 32060500 - PH-CENTER QUALITY MEDICINE MGT Alachua
The University of Florida’s Center for Quality Medication Management is hiring part-time and full-time temporary Clinical Associates/Technicians. This position is located at UF's East Campus in Gainesville, FL. This position will be responsible for effectively assessing patient/provider/customer needs and concerns, provision of timely MTM services and quality related services, receipt and response to calls from both provider offices and pharmacies, as well as participation in all required MTM center operational meetings and training sessions.
OPS CQM Clincial Associate/Technician 32060501 - PH-CENTER OF QTY MED LAKE NONA Orange
The University of Florida’s Center for Quality Medication Management is hiring part-time and full-time temporary Clinical Associates/Technicians. This position is located at UF's Lake Nona Campus in Orlando, FL. This position will be responsible for effectively assessing patient/provider/customer needs and concerns, provision of timely MTM services and quality related services, receipt and response to calls from both provider offices and pharmacies, as well as participation in all required MTM center operational meetings and training sessions.
Law Enforcement Captain 73010000 - UPD-ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This position is open to UF sworn personnel only. Serves as the Commander of Operations of the Uniform Patrol Division, Special Events, Traffic Unit and K-9 and Communications Section. Responsible for the overall planning, organizing and directing, either directly or as designated through subordinate personnel the activities/duties assigned to the Operations area of the Police Department to ensure personal safety of the university populace. Also responsible for the protection and security of facilities, maintenance of an orderly flow of vehicular traffic and other police related activities (i.e. develop and implement operational procedures, coordinate staff assignments, and interpret new laws, rules/regulations that directly impact operations). Personally conducts inspections and/or causes inspections to be made of the units and operations under command at regular intervals and determines personnel needs and deployment as a result of calls for service. Additional responsibilities include the coordination and the placement, training and development safety and discipline of assigned personnel. Reviews all shifts' activities through staff meetings, personal conferences, and/or written reports prepared by subordinate personnel and submit written or oral reports to superiors summarizing and evaluating same. Additionally, making recommendations for change/improvements, assists in preliminary investigations, conduct special assignments as needed, observe personnel in the field, and assist with law enforcement, crime prevention, and public relations activities as necessary.
Child Development Teacher (CARE) 62060000 - HR-BABY GATOR Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Baby Gator is looking for Child Development Teachers (CARE) who will maintain a learning environment that is supportive of children's growth, development and learning through age and developmentally appropriate lessons and activities.

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