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Assistant/Associate Professor of Veterinary Anatomic Pathology 28060000 - VM-COMP, DIAG & POP MEDICINE Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The College of Veterinary Medicine’s Department of Comparative, Diagnostic, and Population Medicine at the University of Florida (UF) invites applications for a tenure-track position in veterinary anatomic pathology at the assistant or associate professor level.
OPS Security Officer 28011702 - VM-FACILITIES-SECURITY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Full time UF CVM Security Position Rotating shifts that coordinate and perform multiple tasks as related security and customer service.
Graduate Assistant 04010200 - SA-PROG-MULTICULTURAL SERIES Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Graduate Assistant (GA) works alongside the Director of Asian Pacific Islander American (APIA) Affairs and other graduate and undergraduate student ambassadors within the Department of Multicultural and Diversity Affairs (MCDA). The GA helps coordinate social justice programs and cultural events and establishes campus partnerships for collaborative projects and training. The APIA Affairs GA will facilitate student ambassadors’ professional and personal development and support, plan educational programs, support student organizations, and promote leadership development. The GA must be able to work in a macro- managed and fast-paced environment, possess the ability to adapt to changes, and must work well with people from diverse backgrounds. Graduate students of all backgrounds and fields with an interest and passion for multicultural affairs and student development are encouraged to apply. In order to be considered, you must be accepted into your graduate program of study at the University of Florida for fall 2018.
Scholarly Communications Librarian 55010100 - LB-DIRECTOR'S OFFICE-ADMIN Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
JOB SUMMARY The Scholarly Communications Librarian is a year-round (12 month) tenure-track library faculty position responsible for providing leadership for the Smathers Libraries’ services in support of students and faculty seeking guidance on copyright and intellectual property, as well as outreach and training efforts to build a scholarly communications program in support of Open Access (OA), Open Data activities, and OA publishing at UF. This role includes educating the university community about OA resources and services at UF, scholarly publication modes, and copyright and intellectual property issues and their impact on scholarly inquiry and instruction. The Scholarly Communication Librarian will form strong collaborations with library liaisons and other library units as well as provide training and consultant services to strengthen and broaden copyright and intellectual property competencies within the George A. Smathers Libraries. As part of a dynamic and collaborative team, the Scholarly Communications Librarian will provide training, outreach, and services, building on the strong library-campus collaborations to date and work of the library-led Academic Research Consulting Services (ARCS, http://arcs.uflib.ufl.edu/). The library encourages staff participation in reaching management decisions, and, consequently, the Scholarly Communications Librarian will serve on various committees and teams. To support all students, staff, and faculty and foster excellence in a diverse and global society, the Scholarly Communications Librarian will be expected to include individuals of diverse backgrounds, experiences, races, ethnicities, gender identities, sexual orientation, and perspectives in work activities and decision making. The Scholarly Communications Librarian will pursue professional development opportunities, including research, publication, and professional service activities in order to meet library-wide criteria for tenure and promotion.
Head of Conservation and Preservation 55100100 - LB-PRESERVATION DEPT-CHAIR Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
JOB SUMMARY The George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida, seek a collaborative, innovative, and user-oriented librarian to serve as the Head of its Conservation and Preservation Unit. As a member of the Libraries’ management team, the Head of Preservation and Conservation is responsible for providing leadership and direction for a library-wide, comprehensive preservation program, encompassing general, special, and shared collections to ensure immediate and long-term access to the wide variety of resources held in the Libraries. Reporting to the Associate Dean of Discovery, Digital Services, and Shared Collections, the Head of Conservation and Preservation is a year-round (12 month) tenure track library faculty position that provides leadership, strategic vision and direction for policies and procedures; establishes plans, goals, and objectives to lead department personnel, including three full-time staff and two to three part-time employees. The Head provides instruction for librarians, curators, archivists, staff and students in techniques to safeguard collection materials and develops proactive preservation policies and procedures. The Head assesses the current collection conditions, housing and storage options, and access and use policies to leverage a risk management approach to improving the long-term preservation while ensuring access to the collections. The Head collaborates with and advises librarians, curators, archivists, and staff in the full lifecycle of collections, from acquisition and appraisal to deaccessioning to identify preservation issues.
Associate Director, Career Services 17200400 - BA-CAREER SERVICES OFFICE Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Associate Director, Career Services is responsible for overseeing day-to-day business administration operations, along with leading the planning and management of career special events, for Business Career Services within the Warrington College of Business at the University of Florida. Reporting to the Executive Director of Career Services, the Associate Director, Career Services meets regularly with the Business Career Services leadership team ensuring that the Department administrative operations are running efficiently and effectively. The Associate Director, Career Services is responsible for preparing, managing, and monitoring Department budgets, supervise select officer personnel, and assists with office-wide business administration initiatives. He/She will also oversee components of human resources activities related to talent acquisition/onboarding of support staff, time reporting, and other HR related duties that arise. He/She will also be responsible for coordinating events hosted by Business Career Services and is the key point of contact for the creation, planning, marketing and execution of College-wide career services events. The Associate Director will liaise with Department leadership to set strategic goals, assist in decision-making for operational activities in the Department, and plan and monitor day-to-day business operations to ensure efficiency. This position will be expected to supervise staff, provide constructive feedback, evaluate the efficiency of procedures according to organizational objectives, and implement process improvements initiatives annually.
Career Services Specialist 17200400 - BA-CAREER SERVICES OFFICE Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Business Career Services within the Warrington College of Business at the University of Florida is seeking a forward-thinking, innovative, and dynamic Career Services Specialist, Employer Relations. The successful candidate will have related experience in building, managing and cultivating solid working relationships with local, regional and national companies, or possess sales and marketing experience that is applicable for this role. He/She will be responsible for identifying, building, and maintaining productive recruiting relationships with companies who wish to source student talent from the Warrington College of Business, along with assisting in the activation of their on-campus and off-campus recruiting activities.
Development Assistant 55010600 - LB-LIB DEVELOPMENT-OB TRAVEL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
JOB SUMMARY The Development Assistant supports the Director of Development and External Relations and the Associate Director of Development and External Relations in the implementation of library development (fundraising) plans and programs. The Development Assistant plans and implements special events, works with alumni, donors, prospective donors, and the University of Florida Foundation; and provides general support for the Library Administration Office reception area under the supervision of the Library Administration Executive Assistant I. The Development Assistant represents the George A. Smathers Libraries, its Office of Development and External Relations, and the University of Florida Foundation, Inc.; deals routinely with personal and confidential information, and interacts with a wide variety of constituencies. The Development Assistant is expected to work during special events, which may occur after hours, on weekends and holidays, both on and off campus including some events outside of Gainesville.
Pre-Award Administrator 60040000 - AG-DEAN FOR RESEARCH Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
As part of the new IFAS International Support Team (IIST), the Pre-award Administrator is responsible for supporting the proposal development and managing the pre-award administration of proposals with international activities to federal and non-federal sponsors. This position also supports the pre-award management of international components of smaller grants and contracts, provides advice for internally-funded activities, and develops specialized training for faculty and staff. Expected to develop collegial working relationships with other members of the IIST, all IFAS Units and Administration, IFAS Proposals, UF’s Division of Sponsored Programs (DSP), UF’s Division of Research Compliance and Global Support (DRCGS) and UF’s Division of Research Proposal Development.
Procurement and Compliance Administrator 60040000 - AG-DEAN FOR RESEARCH Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
As part of a the IFAS International Support Team (IIST), the Procurement and Compliance Administrator is responsible for addressing personnel, service and compliance issues specific to international awards from federal and non-federal sponsors. This position also supports the post-award management of international components of smaller awards, especially in areas of personnel and payroll management, and provides specialized training for IFAS faculty and staff. Expected to develop collegial working relationships with other members of the IIST, all IFAS Units and Administration, IFAS Proposals, and UF’s Division of Sponsored Programs (DSP) ¬, UF’s Division of Research Program Development, UF’s Division of Research Compliance and Global Support (DRCGS), UF’s Division of Contracts and Grants (C&G), and UF Human Resource Services (HR).
Post-award Administrator 60040000 - AG-DEAN FOR RESEARCH Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
As part of the IFAS International Support Team (IIST), the Post-award Administrator is responsible for conducting the post-award financial management process for large international awards from federal and non-federal sponsors. This position also supports the post-award management of international components of smaller grants and contracts, and provides specialized training for faculty and staff. Expected to develop collegial working relationships with other members of the IIST, all IFAS Units and Administration, IFAS Proposals, UF’s Division of Sponsored Programs (DSP) Agreements, Awards and Outgoing Subawards Team and UF’s Division of Contracts and Grants (C&G).
Research Administrator II 60040000 - AG-DEAN FOR RESEARCH Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
As part of the UF/IFAS Dean for Research Office, the Research Administrator II performs the College-level review and approval duties as part of the institutional review process of sponsored projects. This position serves as liaison between IFAS Units, Administration and the Division of Sponsored Programs to review documentation for compliance with appropriate internal, sponsor and federal policies. In addition, the Research Administrator II provides technical support for the UFIRST system as the College’s Grants Workflow Administrator, and provides training and support for research support staff for all UF/IFAS Units.
Dietitian II 35020600 - SH-NUTRITION Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The University of Florida Student Health Care Center seeks an experienced dietitian to provide medical nutrition therapy services for the student community. Primary duties involve providing medical/nutrition therapy in small groups and in one-on-one sessions addressing a variety of concerns including wellness eating disorders, hypertension, diabetes, lipid disorders, obesity, weight management and other nutrition services. The position serves as an SHCC Clinician and provides nutrition assessment, education, and counseling in a psychotherapeutic setting for individual patients.
Tutor 02070100 - PV-OASIS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Office of Academic Support is seeking tutors in various subjects. The position is for undergraduate or graduate students for the Summer B, Fall and/or Spring semesters. Students should have a strong desire to teach and help students to master topics, and to work with a large and diverse student population.
Principal Gifts Research Analyst 50010000 - AD-VP ADVANCEMENT Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Under the direction of the Associate Director of Principal Gifts, the Principal Gifts Research Analyst is an integral member of the Principal Gifts team with overall responsibilities for the research and evaluation of new and current donor prospects for cultivation and solicitation of principal gifts, defined by the University of Florida as $5M+. Working closely with Advancement staff in prospect management, development information services, and data analytics, the Principal Gifts Researcher will analyze and synthesize information from multiple sources to report on prospects that have the propensity and ability to support transformational gifts initiatives and campaigns. This specialized research and analysis facilitates the cultivation and solicitation of top prospects by the University president and provost, the VP for University of Florida Advancement, the AVP for Principal Gifts and other senior development staff in the Foundation, as well as deans, unit directors and other University leaders.
Admissions Assistant II (ADM-OP) 03020000 - EM-OFFICE OF ADMISSIONS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Admissions Assistant II is responsible for the daily operations associated with the initial processing of undergraduate, graduate, professional, and certificate applications received by the Office of Admissions. Duties include the timely and efficient review of admission applications, review of admission credentials to support the application, review of documents to determine residence classification for tuition purposes, prepares documents for the Residency appeals committee. This position communicates with applicants and academic departments regarding the application process. The employee in this position must work with a minimum of direct supervision and exercise a good deal of independent judgment to assure the application is properly prepared for decision.
Electronic Records Analyst 55070100 - LB-SPECIAL / AREA STUDIES-CHR Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Electronic Records Analyst works with the University Records Manager to establish and maintain a digital information environment which supports the University’s regulatory and compliance obligations for records and information management and long-term preservation of digital assets. Provides expertise and leadership on the management of the digital information of the University to ensure compliance with various regulatory requirements for restrictions, retention, appropriate destruction processes, and/or long-term preservation. Participates in the active management and/or preservation of a wide array of types of digital records, including but not limited to, University electronic records, websites, and social media. Provides guidance to administration, faculty, and staff on creating, managing, preserving, and providing access to born-digital and digitally reformatted records in accordance with State of Florida and Federal regulations. This position provides expertise and leadership and serves as a member of various collaborative teams for the development of frameworks with standards, policies, and procedures to ensure adherence to best practices for electronic records management across campus. This position also serves as a member of a collaborative team to ensure compliance, verification, authentication, and related activities that build and sustain a comprehensive program of records management. This position reports to the University Records Manager.
OPS PK Yonge Substitute Teacher 18180300 - ED-STUDENT SERVICES Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Substitute teachers report to the PK Yonge Developmental Research School Principal and are employed on an as needed basis with no guaranteed number of hours per week during the regular school year (August-May).
Chemical Hygiene Officer 71010000 - EHS-ENVR / HLTH / SAFETY-ADMIN Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Chemical Hygiene Officer (CHO) works with departments and Principal Investigators (PIs) to recognize, evaluate, and control hazards associated with laboratory or research chemical operations. With support from other EHS personnel and appropriate departmental staff, the CHO will ensure all activities related to the use of hazardous chemicals in laboratories or research are conducted in a safe and compliant manner and that UF Chemical Hygiene Plans meet or exceed the requirements of the OSHA Laboratory Standard, 29 CFR1910.1450. The CHO will also work with PIs and lab staff to ensure UF Chemical Hygiene Plans complement laboratory-specific risk assessments and safety-oriented standard operating procedures (SOPs).
Postdoctoral Research Associate 60760000 - AG-IRREC-FT. PIERCE St. Lucie
This is a 12-month position with 100% research responsibilities located at the Indian River Research and Education Center, Fort Pierce, FL. The Post-doctoral Research Associate will conduct research on HLB-affected citrus tree roots. Research projects will include (1) growing citrus trees in greenhouse, (2) root system architecture analysis and (3) anatomical, physiological and molecular characterization of HLB infected roots. Opportunities exist to participate in interdisciplinary research teams that include specialists in horticultural production, plant pathology, entomology, soil and water science, and agricultural and biological engineering. The successful candidate is expected to work in the laboratory as well as in the greenhouse and in the field. Strong interpersonal skills are required for a team-oriented root biology program. The appointee will help in supervising graduate students in laboratory activities, and publishing research results in peer-reviewed journals. The appointment is initially for 12 months. Extension will depend upon performance and the availability of additional funding. Candidates with a strong background and hands-on experience (preferred) in plant biology, botany, and molecular biology are encouraged to apply.

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