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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.
OPS Clinical Service Representative - Department of Pediatrics 29090000 - MD-PEDIATRICS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Department of Pediatrics is seeking a full time OPS Clinical Service Representative/OPS Access Center Coordinator to deliver excellent patient centered service while providing information regarding services to patients, hospital, staff and community health care providers in a high volume call center environment. Primarily, the incumbent performs a variety of clerical tasks including answering a multi-line phone system, maintaining patient medical records, scheduling appointments, monitoring Epic messages, monitoring faxes, and other duties assigned by management in the Department of Pediatrics.
Federal Work Study - Department of Pediatrics 29090000 - MD-PEDIATRICS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This is a part-time position in the Department of Pediatrics for the Fall 2019 semester. Only students with a Federal Work Study Award for the 2019-2020 school year will be considered for employment.
Research Regulatory Analyst III 11210000 - OR-IRB-01 HEALTH CENTER Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This position reports to the Assistant Director of the IRBs in the Office of Research. The incumbent is responsible for facilitating compliance with and implementation of Federal and State regulations, IRBs’, and University’s policies and procedures in protecting human subjects in research. The incumbent is expected to be a capable generalist navigating IRB submissions pre-review and Quality Improvement/Quality Assurance. The incumbent must be comfortable efficiently communicating with PIs and study staff about their projects, educating them on reasons for changes, resources for quality submissions, and best practices for running studies in a compliant manner.
Study Abroad Advisor 20010000 - IP-INTERNATIONAL CENTER-GEN Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Study Abroad Advisor advises students on curriculum, credit transfer, costs, financial aid and benefits of study abroad programs in the UK, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand. This position verifies application data, participates in outreach events (preview, study abroad fair, info sessions, pre-departure orientation and re-entry); and processes transcripts for returning students. The successful candidate works with faculty members and serves as a liaison between the International Center and other overseas institutions. This position Facilitates students’ interaction with administrative offices such as Student Financial Services, Registrar’s office, Housing, etc.
Federal Work Study - Office Case Coordinator (Dean of Students) 04050000 - SA-DEAN OF STUDENTS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Dean of Students Office is looking for Federal Work-Study (FWS) students who are interested in working in the Dean of Students Office as Undergraduate Case Coordinators. Applicants must be able to commit to work 15 or more hours per week.
Biological Scientist II 28090000 - VM-SACS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This position is in the College of Veterinary Medicine, Small Animal Clinical Sciences. The Biological Scientist will report to Dr. Autumn N. Harris, principal investigator. The purpose of this position is to assist in original research studies evaluating aspects of renal physiology, primarily studying renal structure-function relationships, and will also provide support for clinical veterinary renal research in dogs and cats. Duties will be focused on histological procedures (morphologic and immunocytochemical studies), immunoblot blot analysis, PCR, ELISA and other laboratory techniques. This work requires initiative, attention to detail and determination in all tasks. Time management, organization skills, and the ability to multi-task are necessary. The individual will be expected to execute experiments and work independently. Experience with IACUC, CRCC, EH&S, and CLP policies will be needed. The individual will comply with all safety and regulatory requirements to assure the safe and proper functioning of the laboratory.
Facilities Operations Specialist 60460000 - AG-SCHL-FOREST RES / CONSERV Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This position is responsible for managing, tracking, and coordinating maintenance of all physical space, infrastructure, property/assets, inventory, vehicles/vessels, and equipment for the School of Forest Resources & Conservation (SFRC). This position is designated as essential personnel and will require the incumbent to be available outside of normal work hours on an as-needed basis.
Administrative Support AST I 60340000 - AG-LIVESTOCK INNOVATION LAB Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The University of Florida is the Management Entity for the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Livestock Systems. Innovation Labs are long-term, multi-disciplinary, applied research and capacity-building projects that conduct research for development to address poverty and malnutrition in Feed the Future countries. The Livestock Systems Innovation Lab program is funded by both USAID and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and it works across three broad geographic regions: East Africa (Ethiopia, Rwanda, Kenya and Uganda), West Africa (Burkina Faso and Niger), and Asia (Cambodia and Nepal) in designated Feed the Future countries. The administrative support assistant will support the LSIL Management Entity at the University of Florida with the day to day administrative and fiscal functions. This position is time-limited and dependent on funding availability.
Federal Work Study - Event Production Assistant 57800000 - HN-HARN MUSEUM Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Harn Museum of Art is recruiting Federal Work Study students, who will be supervised by the Museum Event & Facility Rental Coordinator, to assist with the Museum Rental Program that will include all aspects of event production. Successful incumbents will gain experience in event planning and production. Candidates must be able to work a variable schedule, as needed, according to the needs of the museum, including weekdays, evenings, and weekends. Hours will fluctuate based on activities at the museum.
Administrative Specialist I 11300000 - OR-CERHB ADMINSTRATION Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Biotility at the University of Florida’s Center of Excellence for Regenerative Health Biotechnology (CERHB), is seeking an Administrative Specialist I. This position will provide fiscal, clerical, and program support. The incumbent will perform specialized fiscal and grant duties including creating, screening and approving fiscal documents, serving as the fiscal point of contact for our clients, assisting with travel arrangements, processing Travel Authorization Requests and reimbursement vouchers, balancing ledgers and preparing deposits. This position must be knowledgeable of generally accepted accounting principles, understand accounting and business terminology, and possess excellent communication skills. The successful candidate will also provide administrative and program support, including answering the multi-phone line system, greeting visitors, providing general assistance to Biotility staff, students and event participants, assisting with the coordination of courses and events, communicating with vendors and clients, ordering of supplies, distributing mail, and package shipping.
Post-Award Research Administrator II 18010000 - ED-DN OFFICE Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This position is located in the College of Education (COE) and reports to the supervisor of the Shared Services Post Award Coordinated Service (SSC). This is the second level of a three-level series. The Research Administrator II provides high level expertise for complex transactions and facilitates advances in service delivery and efficiency. Independent judgment, initiative, and ability to coordinate a variety of tasks in a fast-paced environment characterize this position.  The Research Administrator II serves departments and the college by providing support in monitoring, processing, reviewing and approving transactional activities relating to human resources, commitment accounting, and fiscal processes.  This position serves as the primary source of front line service in the Shared Services Post-Award Coordinated Center.  This position requires critical thinking, and excellent problem-solving skills. The employee in this position must have superior customer service skills and is expected to provide excellent customer service to management and staff.  They will provide timely, accurate, and consistent responses to inquiries and transactional work concerning grants. This position is time-limited and soft-funded.
OPS/Student Documentation Specialist 14200500 - IT-AT CITT Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
University of Florida, Information Technology, Center for Instructional Technology and Training (UFIT- CITT is seeking a Documentation Specialist to catalog, retrieve and document training material.
Data Management Analyst II 57720000 - INSTITUTE-CHILD HEALTH POLICY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This Data Management Analyst II position serves the Department of Health Outcomes & Biomedical Informatics (HOBI) and the Institute of Child Health Policy (ICHP). The incumbent will consult on statistical sampling techniques, and is responsible for organizing data sources and conducting analyses for research activities. They will design and manage data systems that include multi-sourced health, healthcare system, and social or population data sets. Analyses conducted will apply accepted principles and theories of the descriptive and inferential statistics and participation in interpretation of results is expected. This position may oversee statistical analyses conducted by graduate student research assistants and other staff. Communication of complex data and analyses to lay and industry audiences, in meetings and presentations and in written reports is required.
Biological Scientist II - UF Neuromedicine Brain Bank 29700100 - MD-UFCTRND GENERAL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Biological Scientist II will be responsible to help manage many vital functions of the laboratory including helping train and supervise other lab members. The candidate will also be integrally involved in procedures and management of the UF Neuromedicine brain bank. In addition, he/she will organize and manage large colonies of transgenic or gene targeted mice. Duties will encompass extensive genotyping of transgenic or gene targeted models, behavioral phenotyping of murine models of neurodegenerative diseases, quantification of proteins using molecular or neuropathological techniques, and organization and maintenance of mouse colony records, database, tissue, and lab supplies.
OPS Veterinary Pharmacy Technician 28305000 - VM-PHARMACY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The University of Florida Veterinary Hospital is recruiting for a Pharmacy Technician for the Pharmacy. This position will assist in maintaining OMNICELL inventory, reconciling OMNICELL transactions, dispensing prescribed drugs for veterinary patients, data entry, and assisting with ordering and maintaining pharmaceutical inventories. This position requires a criminal background check.
OPS Fiscal Assistant - Pediatrics Fiscal Shared Services Office 29090100 - MD-PEDS-ADMINISTRATION Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The COM Department of Pediatrics has diverse academic missions including research, patient care, clinical service contracts and the medical education of residents, fellows, medical students and healthcare professionals, Graduate Assistants and PostDoc Associates in the research arena. The OPS Fiscal Assistant I described herein is responsible to the Assistant Director of Medical/Health Administration in the Department of Pediatrics Administration. The incumbent is responsible for handling fiscal functions within Pediatrics Fiscal Shared Services Office and performs various fiscal and clerical transactions in support of the department. This position requires an individual who can manage many tasks, interact with individuals across campus and represent the office inside and outside the University. The incumbent is expected to work independently with minimal supervision and must be proactive with assignments, have attention to details and take ownership of assigned responsibilities.
Neurology Veterinary Technician 28313300 - VM-NEUROLOGY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The UF Small Animal Hospital Neurology service is recruiting for a skilled, motivated veterinary technician to assist with patient care, client communication, student instruction, and helping to run a busy service. The ideal candidate has ample experience in veterinary medicine, excellent communication and organization skills, and an interest in teaching.
Emergency & Critical Care Veterinary Technician I/II 28311001 - VM-ICU AND PCW SERVICES Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The University of Florida Small Animal Hospital is recruiting for Veterinary Technicians for its Emergency and Critical Care Department. These positions will provide nursing care for critically ill patients and handle emergency cases. The positions will assist clinicians and students with emergency and critical care patients and procedures. The positions will have an intermediate responsibility to provide instruction and demonstration to students, interns, and residents in a clinical setting. The Veterinary Technician role requires a strong knowledge of veterinary nursing care and techniques. These positions require a basic understanding of anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, and disease processes.
Extension Program Assistant - Miami Dade (Palmetto Bay) 60451000 - AG-FAMILY NUTRITION PROGRAM Dade
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 Miami-Dade (Palmetto Bay) 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.

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