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Assistant Director, OneStop Training 03010000 - EM-ENROLLMENT MANAGEMENT ADMIN Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The offices of the University Registrar, Admissions, Student Financial Affairs, and Student Financial Services (Bursar) are launching a collaboration as an OneStop group to provide student-centric enrollment services through virtual, self-service, and in-person modalities to simplify and enhance access to UF’s comprehensive suite of enrollment services to support student success throughout the entire enrollment lifecycle. This leadership position is directly responsible for designing and developing the OneStop’s technology and support infrastructure and implementing ongoing comprehensive cross-functional training programs to ensure frontline service representatives and appropriate staff receive coordinated training in all of the different functional areas. A one-stop shared student services approach will enable UF to streamline processes and serve student and campus constituents regardless of which office is initially contacted. This position collaborates with the leaders in each of the respective OneStop support units and other units across campus to design communication plans, implement new technologies/workflows, create curriculum, deliver training and optimize on-going operations so that UF can provide superior modernized support with a specific interest in increasing student enrollment and retention, and supporting student success. The position reports to the Assistant Vice President for Enrollment Management.
Assistant Director for Industry Education and Experience 04040000 - SA-CAREER CONNECTIONS CENTER Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
As a Top 10 Career Center, the University of Florida’s Career Connections Center is dedicated to supporting the University of Florida’s academic mission by providing comprehensive Career Services that support and educate all students. This role is responsible for creating customized industry knowledge and interactions for various University of Florida (UF) colleges and departments. Staff engage with their assigned college(s) or department(s) through the Industry and Experience Model to enhance understanding of their specified industry and academic curriculum to provide tailored recruitment connections and career education as agreed upon by the college/department and Career Center. The liaison provides specialized industry outreach career development education, to employers, faculty, staff and students. Embedded liaisons spend approximately 16-18 hours each week directly working in their assigned college(s) or department(s). The embedded liaison is crucial in supporting all University of Florida (UF) commitment to students’ post-graduation plans by developing, implementing, and assessing programs and resources to support a combination of recruitment services, employer development and career engagement functions for a dedicated college/department/student population.
Laboratory Technician II 60180000 - AG-ENVIRONMENTAL HORTICULTURE Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Incumbent will be a member of a research team that works on various applied research projects in the greenhouse, growth chamber, and laboratory.
Development Coordinator 34010501 - DN-DEVELOPMENT Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Development Coordinator works to expand philanthropic support, alumni relations, stewardship and development outreach for the UF College of Dentistry to increase overall giving in support of their respective missions and visions. This role will plan, direct and execute several complex and integral programs and initiatives that help foster philanthropy and steward donors within the College of Dentistry. The individual must have the ability to coordinate multiple projects at a high level of performance, accuracy and speed. This position requires excellent written and oral communication skills, organizational skills, and the ability to work independently. The candidate will integrate all activities and initiatives with Advancement organizational goals, culture, mission, vision, and values.
Student Financial Aid Coordinator II (SFA- Dentistry & Veterinary Medicine) 06010000 - EM-SFA ADMINISTRATION Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This position is responsible for administering financial aid to students in the College of Dentistry and College of Veterinary Medicine. This position is also responsible for counseling students and parents regarding all aspects of the financial aid process on request. Ideal candidates will possess good communication and customer service skills with the knowledge and experience of federal, state and institutional regulations governing the financial aid process.
Admissions Officer II (ADM-RR NW Coast) 03020000 - EM-OFFICE OF ADMISSIONS Out of the State of Florida
The Admissions Officer 2 is responsible for the territory management of an assigned geographic area, representing the University of Florida at high school visits and regional college fairs, advising and creating positive relationships with prospective students, their parents and high school guidance counselors regarding admission requirements and assisting with the freshman application review. This position is location-bound, and the selected candidate must live in California, Oregon, or Washington.
Federal Work Study - Administrative Assistant (College of Pharmacy) 32050000 - PH-PHARM OUTCOMES & POLICY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Are you a motivated, self-starter? Are you interested in being involved in research projects? Do you like to take initiative, are detail-oriented, and want to contribute ideas for improving data collections and presentations? This position is an excellent opportunity to gain professional work experience while completing your college degree. The individual will provide support for the faculty in the College of Pharmacy. He/she will perform research and administrative tasks requiring high level of accuracy and efficiency, will be assisting in preparing course and workshop materials, literature review and summarizing results from multiple research projects
Career Ambassador 04040000 - SA-CAREER CONNECTIONS CENTER Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Career Ambassadors (CAs) are the student representatives of the University of Florida Career Connections Center. CAs are responsible for supporting and educating fellow students throughout their career development. The Career Connections Center provides UF students with individualized career education and connections that enriches their collegiate experience and prepares them for life after graduation. Each year we host career fairs, on campus interviews, workshops and a range of employer programs to help UF students realize their goals after graduation. This is an exciting time to be part of the career center as we have moved into a newly renovated space that provides opportunities for growth and responsibilities within the CA position. Call 392-1601, click www.career.ufl.edu or visit the Career Connections Center temporary location on Level 1 of the Reitz Union for more information. Career Ambassadors will be hired to serve in a variety of functional areas within the career center. Please check all that are of interest to you. Areas could include: • Career Engagement This functional area focuses on express drop-in, outreach presentations, and special projects for the centralized career center. • Gator Career Closet This functional area focuses on management and functions of the Gator Career Closet.
Maintenance Generalist II 04020000 - SA-RECREATIONAL SPORTS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Maintain indoor facilities and equipment for the Department of Recreational Sports.
OPS Biological Scientist - Pathology 29080100 - MD-PATHOLOGY-GENERAL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Department of Pathology is seeking applicants for an OPS positions in Dr. Fredenburg’s laboratory. The primary function of this position will be to support research activities carried out by Dr. Kristianna Fredenburg’s laboratory.
HSC RAC Administrator II 30010100 - JX-DEAN-ADMINISTRATION Jacksonville Campus
Serves as a central resource to College of Medicine, Jacksonville (COMJ) faculty, staff and administrators in support of sponsored projects administration for internally and externally funded research, working with institutional systems and progressions. Assists faculty and staff in the preparation and submission of research proposals to federal, state and corporate and other funding agencies, providing interpretation and guidance on sponsor guidelines, legal and regulatory requirements, along with University and College policies.
OPS Research Assistant 32040000 - PH-PHARMACODYNAMICS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This position is for a laboratory technician to assist and conduct basic biomedical research.
Federal Work Study - Student Assistant (Family, Youth and Community Sciences) 60320000 - AG-FAM YOUTH / COMM SCI Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The student assistant position in FYCS is for a Part-Time (10-20 hours based on work permit) Federal Work Study Student. Family, Youth and Community Sciences (FYCS) is an applied social science department that provides education and experience for careers in human services, community development, cooperative extension, and youth professions. Due to the nature of some tasks, the student may be exposed to confidential files and data. It is expected that the student will not share any confidential information with others outside the department.
Triage Technician II 28311001 - VM-ICU AND PCW SERVICES Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Are you an outgoing ER technician seeking a challenging position working in a fast paced veterinary teaching hospital where you can apply critical thinking and utilize all facets of your technical expertise to save lives? Looking for a supportive work environment where your knowledge, talents and skills are valued and cultivated? Do you want an opportunity to collaborate with our weekend daytime ER faculty and ECC Team to coordinate triage, provide direction to students, house officers and vet tech assistants to provide exceptional patient care, client service and timely emergency interventions for our ER patients? The Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care service is seeking technicians who have a strong interest in Triage and Emergency Medicine and want to grow personally and professionally.
Academic Program Specialist I 02070100 - PV-OASIS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Office of Academic Support (OAS) for Undergraduate Affairs at the University of Florida (UF) is accepting applications for an Academic Program Specialist. The full-time, Academic Program Specialist (APS) position is a grant funded position at the University of Florida. The APS position reports to the OAS Director. Duties and responsibilities in this position are consistent with the mission, vision, and goals of Department of Education (DOE), the UF Student Support Services (SSS) program, as well as OAS and OUA. Primary responsibilities include providing general academic advising and learning support, inputting and maintaining UFSSS database records, producing reports, monitoring student academic progress, making student referrals, supervising student staffers, coordinating appropriate resources/services, and preparing/maintaining center materials.
Administrative Specialist III 02050000 - PV-INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Administrative Spec III will be responsible for administrative, human resource, and fiscal operations within the Office of Institutional Planning and Research. The individual reports directly to the Assistant Provost and Director of IPR. The position is responsible for managing the university calendar for reporting to the Board of Governors, including submissions related to performance funding. He or she also gathers data and coordinates the timely completion of several national surveys. The position requires extensive knowledge and awareness of ongoing planning and compliance projects in the office. Incumbent interacts with a diverse clientele in many different University offices and external agencies. Must perform with professionalism, efficiency, diplomacy and sensitivity.
Federal Work Study - Student Assistant 19020000 - EG-MECHANICAL / AEROSPACE ENG Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering is seeking applicants to fill a Federal Work Study student assistant position. The duties include assisting with reception/office clerical duties. The position will also include greeting guests, running errands, answering the phone, sending emails and making copies and other relevant duties as assigned.
OPS Marshaling Applications Website Development Assistant 55110100 - LB-SYSTEMS DEPT-CHAIR Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The University of Florida Digital Collections represents over 13 million pages of digital and digitized materials from the collections of the University of Florida and partner institutions. The Marshaling Applications Website (MAW) Development Assistant will work at the Communicore building with the Principal Investigator in charge of implementing and hosting a specialized web-based editor (Metadata Editor) for Digital Production Services at the University Libraries. Work will consist of learning about, designing, and editing a class of XML-formatted files that describe how to convert or marshal structured data from various text-based formats (XML, YAML, JSON, spreadsheets, others) to and from relational database data. The employee will also code Python/Django programs that present web-served forms to allow users to manually fill in some structured data fields manually with values that can be applied to one or more output records.
Assistant Director, Health Science Center Maintenance 63600100 - FS-OPER HC-ADMIN Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Reporting to the Director of Operations, the Assistant Director of Health Science Center (HSC) Building Maintenance and Trades is a key member of the Facilities Services leadership team and is responsible for providing and overseeing maintenance and operations for the HSC Buildings. The Assistant Director will manage the daily operations of Facilities Services staff, coordinate, plan and manage all Facilities Services activities and formulate program goals and objectives. The primary responsibility of this position is to insure that the University’s buildings are well maintained to appropriate standards and that the University has an effective maintenance and improvement program in place. The Assistant Director serves as the primary responsible position for delivering and ensuring a quality and reliable trade services program by overseeing the work of the trade shops including carpentry, plumbing, electrical, HVAC, locksmith, painting, and masonry. Administers and directs programs which ensure that all University facilities are structurally sound, operationally efficient, well-maintained, and safe. The Assistant Director establishes priorities for scheduled maintenance services and operations, administers preventive maintenance programs for all facilities, and supervises the performance of emergency and routine maintenance on Health Science Center facilities.
Assistant Vice President for Student Engagement 05250000 - RU-GENERAL ADMINISTRATION Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Division of Student Affairs seeks an experienced and accomplished professional to lead the University of Florida's efforts in student engagement. The assistant vice president for student engagement will have responsibility for the J. Wayne Reitz Union (JWRU), Student Activities and Involvement, the Office of Sorority and Fraternity Affairs, the David and Wanda Brown Center for Community Engagement, Event Management, and the Office of Risk Management. The JWRU building is a multi-purpose facility with over 600,000 gross square feet of public space, including ballrooms, an auditorium, meeting rooms, a food court, game room, offices, and a hotel with 36 guest rooms. The JWRU serves as the nexus for student engagement at UF. The assistant vice president will be responsible for effective oversight of building functions, maintenance and operations; supervision and training of staff; creating and maintaining partnerships with vendors and university departments; student organization registration; training and support of student organizations; student program and event management, including the management of high profile and complex student hosted events; educating students about engaging in the UF experience; advising multiple student leaders; creating and managing university-wide programs; developing involvement initiatives, leadership development and education; service-oriented community engagement; late night programming; preparation and oversight of an $11.7 million budget; oversight of efforts to reduce risk; policy development; emergency management; and conducting research and assessment. This position is a key member of the Vice President for Student Affairs’ leadership team. Highly qualified candidates will possess a depth and breadth of experience that encompasses facilities operations, budgeting and financial management, program development and implementation, advising and support of student organizations, diversity and inclusion, and risk management.

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