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Application Programmer II - Biomedical Informatics Program (BMI) 29240101 - MD-HOBI-GENERAL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Biomedical Informatics Program (BMI), hosted within the Department of Health Outcomes and Biomedical Informatics and closely affiliated with the Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI), engages in a wide variety of informatics research and service across the University of Florida. BMI is responsible for building out and maintaining the software, infrastructure, and data management processes required to run these research initatives. This position will serve as an Application Programmer II and will work under minimal supervision, provide leadership and guidance on software development projects, and work with internal and external partners to develop novel software systems. This position will serve as a Software Engineer for BMI. The incumbent will be responsible for 1) implementing, testing, and operating advanced applications; 2) participate in transforming data collected from partner organizations into common data models and structures required for various projects and systems; 3) performing on-going security testing and code review; and 4) mitigating security vulnerabilities through contribution to architecture and advisement of project teams.
Engineer II 16360100 - LS-PHYSICS-GENERAL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (NHMFL or MagLab) High B/T (HBT) Facility in the Department of Physics, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) is seeking an Engineer II. This position provides users with experimental conditions at the extreme of ultralow temperatures and high magnetic fields in an electromagnetically quiet environment. The operations of the HBT Facility span the Microkelvin Laboratory building, several lab spaces nearby in Williamson Hall, and the High Bay Convergence Laboratory, and the Fast-Turnaround Instrument in the Physics Building. The Engineer II must be detail-oriented and have excellent verbal and written communication skills. This position will be involved in all technical aspects of maintaining, servicing, and designing/assembling cryogenic equipment, vacuum pumps, and high magnetic fields provided by superconducting solenoids. Surveying the operational and safety status of the main instruments will be performed daily. The ability to maintain MS Office Suite documents and spreadsheets is required, and familiarity with a CAD (computer-aided design) program is preferred.
Data Management Analyst III 57720000 - INSTITUTE-CHILD HEALTH POLICY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Institute for Child Health Policy (ICHP) supports public healthcare policy initiatives through research and direct involvement in state quality assessment and improvement programs. The Data Management Analyst III will be responsible for organizing data sources and conducting analyses for research activities through the OneFlorida data trust, or in cooperation with other PCORI CDRNs; and in support of ICHP healthcare quality projects. The position is responsible for designing and managing data systems that include multi-sourced health, healthcare system, and social or population data sets. Analyses conducted will apply accepted principles and theories of health sciences and participation in interpretation and presentation of results is expected. This position may oversee 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.
Data Management Analyst III 30010100 - JX-DEAN-ADMINISTRATION Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Integrated Data Repository (IDR) oversees the Clinical Data Warehouse, a large scale database of data from across UF Health’s clinical and research enterprises. The IDR collects, stores, develops organizational ontologies, provides analyses, and provides data to UF researchers. This position coordinates and prioritizes operations pertaining to research data requests received by the IDR Research Services Team. While this position is located in Gainesville, FL, the DMA III analyst will support Jacksonville-initiated projects and report to the Center for Data Solutions. Examples of work could include: Working with UF researchers to identify data needs for their studies; Running data query software (including Integrating Biology & the Bedside (i2b2)); Extracting, transforming, and reporting data from the Clinical Data Warehouse to researchers.
FWS/OPS - Web and Graphic Design Student Assistant (SFA) 03060000 - EM-STUDENT FINANCIAL AID ADMIN Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships is currently seeking a Web and Graphic Design student assistant. Responsibilities will include making content updates/revisions to the Student Financial Aid and Scholarships website (www.sfa.ufl.edu), sitewide revisions, implementing new design initiatives, and ADA compliance. The successful applicant will also assist with graphic design projects and communication materials including flyers, brochures, photos, videos, and social media graphics.
Federal Work Study - Museum Technology Assistant 57810700 - HN-TECHNOLOGY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Harn Museum of Art is recruiting a Federal Work Study student to work with the Director of Museum Technology, assisting with all aspects of technology at the Harn Museum.
Contractor Program Security Officer-OPS Exempt 19010605 - EG-FL APPLIED RESEARCH ENTRPS Okaloosa
The Contractor Program Security Officer (CPSO) will provide specialized expertise, guidance, advice, training, and support concerning all aspects of a program related to security policies, procedures, and practices. The CPSO will perform all security related tasks and will interface with Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency (DCSA) on security clearance matters, rulings, and interpretations of the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM) and execution of all assigned classified contracts. The CPSO will work closely various government agencies and program offices to submit access nominations, process personnel paperwork administer indoctrinations, write system security plans (SSPs), standard operating procedures (SOPs), and security education and training. The CPSO will coordinate all activities with UF's Facility Security Officer (FSO) and the Florida Applied Research in Engineering (FLARE) Director.
ASO DIR, Administrative Svcs 19010800 - EG-FISCAL / PERSONNEL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This associate director level position within the University of Florida and Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering is responsible for managing all financial/research administration in the areas assigned. The Associate Director reports to the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering Executive Director of Finance and Administration with an in-direct report to the department chair/s. The Associate Director is responsible for understanding, fostering, directing, and overseeing unit compliance with federal, state, university and sponsoring agency rules, regulations, policies, and procedures. The incumbent in this position has significant input into the formulation of department policies/procedures based upon a demonstrated understanding of the department's function and role. In partnership with the Chair, the incumbent develops and implements strategic plans and initiatives for the department. He/she has overall responsibilities including but not limited to implementing Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering and University of Florida policies and procedures, preparing, and analyzing budgets and financial reports and administering human resource policies and procedures. The incumbent has substantial managerial responsibility, utilizes a broad range of skills, and exercises considerable judgment and initiative. He/she works in concert with the Executive Director of Finance and Administration and the department chair to align the department’s financial and administrative procedures, and University of Florida objectives by establishing systems to ensure innovative, flexible, productive, accountable, compliant and collaborative fiscal and support services The Associate Director has the authority to review and assess the financial impact of the hiring of all department faculty/staff positions to insure adequate funding. Budgetary and the number of faculty/staff responsibilities for this position vary depending on the department(s)/unit(s) serviced by this role.
Federal Work Study - Computer Lab Monitor 13020100 - COTA-ART-DIRECTOR Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The School of Art and Art History seeks a UF student with Federal Work Study to provide help maintaining the operation of the art computer lab.


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