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Emergency and Critical Care Veterinary Technician Specialist 28311001 - VM-ICU AND PCW SERVICES Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Are you in search of a work family with a passion for Emergency and Critical Care? Do you thrive in a fast-paced work environment? Do you want to put your expertise to use on a daily basis? We want our VTS to work side by side with our doctors reviewing cases, teaching students, and managing cases. UF Small Animal Hospital is seeking Veterinary Technician Specialists (ECC) for our busy, VECCS-accredited Level-1 hospital. We provide care for over 46,000 patients annually and our team is one of the largest in the world consisting of VTS (ECC) technicians , board certified criticalists, emergency clinicians, residents and interns, and over 70 veterinary technicians and assistants not to mention a client services team that supports the service 24/7. ECC collaborates with 16 other specialties within the small animal hospital including internal medicine, integrative medicine, diagnostic imaging, surgery, neurology, and oncology. The hospital is also supported by a full diagnostic reference laboratory. Our mission is quality patient care from admission to discharge. In order to optimize care, our emergency room and ICU are split, permitting focused assessment and prompt intervention for both walk-in and referral patients. We strive to provide a positive environment and are proud to promote a culture where technician input, knowledge and skills are valued and respected.
Research Regulatory Analyst II 11210000 - RE-IRB-01 HEALTH CENTER Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This is a highly professional and responsible position, which answers to the Research Regulatory Manager. The incumbent is expected to be knowledgeable about federal, state, and local regulations and rules and apply them in processing IRB Submissions, and in producing IRB Full Board Minutes. The incumbent serves as a communication hub between the IRB-01 Board, Executive Reviewers and the Principle Investigators and their teams.
Fiscal Assistant II 73010000 - UPD-ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Fiscal Assistants at UFPD are cross-trained and are expected to be able to handle requisition/purchasing and payroll functions. A Fiscal Assistant is responsible for all of the clerical-accounting duties associated with the processing of payroll records for police department personnel, (84 full-time sworn positions, and approximately 50 non-sworn positions and OPS/CWSP positions). They are responsible for the procurement and distribution of equipment and supplies. They prepare requisitions and initiate/monitor PCard transactions for all department purchases; ensure proper classifications of expenditures, ensure mathematical accuracy, ensure correct chartfields are used; perform verification functions in accounting systems to determine accuracy of encumbrances, account numbers, available balances and vendor codes. Fiscal Assistants prepare reports and reconcile accounting system records; maintain auditable records maintaining internal controls for this operation. This position is designated as an Essential Employee. Essential employees provide vital support to the University of Florida and are subject to recall to work when deemed necessary by the Chief of Police/designee. Recall to work typically happens due to an emergency, disaster or special event that may coincide with the official suspension of classes and/or closing of offices.
Emergency Veterinary Client Services Rep I/II (CARE) 28319000 - VM-SAH CUSTOMER SERVICE Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The UF Small Animal Hospital Client Services at the UF Veterinary Hospitals is recruiting for a Client Service Representative supporting our emergency service. This individual will work one-on-one with clients and hospital staff and must be able to develop friendly, professional relationships and maintain a positive attitude throughout all interactions.
Dental Assistant I 34100103 - DN-PEDIATRICS RESIDENT Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This position is located in the Pediatric Dental Clinic. This position is responsible for chairside dental assisting, taking radiographs when needed, stocking of mobiles, organizing and cleaning operatories and sterilizing dental instruments.
Graduate Outreach Coordinator I 04052000 - SL-GATORWELL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
GatorWell is seeking an enthusiastic, outgoing graduate student skilled in public speaking and comfortable engaging various student populations and group sizes through presentations (both in person and virtual), outreach, and interactive activities. Applicants should feel confident talking about a range of health topics and fielding questions about health topics, specifically flourishing: stress, time management, and sleep. They must be able to work autonomously in developing health-topic-specific outreach initiatives and activities focused on skill development for UF students. Students of any major are welcome to apply.
Custodial Worker I 07240000 - HO-TOWER / JENNINGS AREA Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
As an integral member of the Department of Housing & Residence Life team, the Custodial Worker described is responsible for performing custodial duties within the residence halls. With over 100 buildings covering 3 million square feet of property, our work is vital in providing community-oriented, inclusive, and well-maintained facilities. Our team is driven to innovate, learn, and provide lasting contributions to the UF community.
Accountant I 27030000 - HA-SELF INSURANCE TRUST FUND Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This position is a staff member of the Healthcare Education Insurance Company (HEIC) which is a single parent captive insurance company established by the Florida Board of Governors domiciled in the State of Vermont responsible for the oversight and management of the professional and general patient related liabilities for the state of Florida. This position is also part of the workforce for the distinct component entities serving the governing councils of the University of Florida J Hillis Miller Health Center Self-Insurance Program (UF SIP), Florida State University Self-Insurance Program (FSU SIP), University of Central Florida Self-Insurance Program (UCF SIP), Florida Atlantic University Self-Insurance Program (FAU SIP), Florida International University Self-Insurance Program (FIU SIP), and the Florida Board of Governors (collectively SIPs). The University of Florida serves as the pay agent for the staff members serving HEIC and the FBOG SIPs. This position provides clerical and administrative support for the Self-Insurance Program’s financial and business services activities. This includes support for auditing and various fiscal data services. Responsibilities include the collection, collation and processing of financial and business services data, and the maintenance of electronic and administrative files where the data is collected, as well as providing general clerical support and customer service.
Program Director, Student Affairs 02120200 - PV-CROP MATCHING FUNDS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Program Director will provide leadership for the University of Florida College Reach-Out Program (CROP). This position will report to the Director of Community Engagement and Outreach, K-12. CROP is a grant-funded program designed to provide students from low-income families and/or students with unique academic abilities access to successfully entering and completing education at a postsecondary institution. The responsibilities of this position include overseeing the development, implementation, and evaluation of the CROP project.
Academic Assistant I 29030000 - MD-BIOCHEM / MOLECULAR BIOL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (BMB) is a basic science department in the College of Medicine, University of Florida. The department responsibilities include Graduate Education, Medical Education, and research in the College of Medicine, Dentistry, Veterinary Medicine and Pharmacy. The Department also provides undergraduate courses for students in Liberal Arts and Sciences, Agriculture, Education, Engineering, Health and Human Performance, and Public Health and Health Professions. The Academic Assistant I will provide support for the department’s academic courses, both in-person and online. This support will include scheduling activities, preparing materials and documents, student recruitment and orientations and other general office responsibilities. This position will report to the Administrative Specialist III.
SHCC Clinical Lab Processor and Phlebotomist I 29082100 - MD-PATH-STUDENT HEALTH Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This position is responsible for patient check-in, and the triage, accessioning, processing, and/or the send out of specimens received in the UF Health Pathology Laboratories Student Health Laboratory. In addition, this position is responsible for occasional phlebotomy draws and all associated responsibilities and to support the research, education and clinical mission of the laboratory and department.
Administrative Assistant II 29050800 - MD-INFECTIOUS DISEASES Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This position is within the Department of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases and Global Medicine. Under the direction of the Assistant Director, the Administrative Assistant II is responsible for providing administrative and fiscal support for the faculty and staff in the division. This position must provide a high level of customer service in both person and on the telephone to all patients, faculty, physicians, fellows, staff, and other visitors. The Administrative Assistant II performs responsibilities by anticipating needs and proactively providing support with minimal direction. This position is responsible for maintaining sensitive and confidential materials.
Public Relations Spec III 04011200 - SL-MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Division of Student Life Marketing & Strategic Communications department seeks a Public Relations Specialist III to join their team of talented marketing and communication professions. This position will play a pivotal role in developing comprehensive communication plans that shape the narrative identity of the Student Life experience, oversee media relations, and assist with crisis communications. The ideal candidate will possess a passion and experience with storytelling, public relations, risk management, and relationship building.
AST/ASO/FULL PROF - Medical Microbiology 29080100 - MD-PATHOLOGY-GENERAL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Department of Pathology, Immunology and Laboratory Medicine at the University of Florida College of Medicine invites applications for a faculty position at the Clinical Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor level, non-tenure track, with focus in Medical Microbiology.
The University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville, Department of Surgery, Division of Otorhinolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery seeks a full-time faculty member at the non-tenure level of Clinical Assistant/Associate/Full Professor. We are seeking candidates with graduate medical training in Otorhinolaryngology and/or sub-specialty training in Sleep Medicine/Surgery, ENT Allergy, Otology-Neurotology, Laryngology or Rhinology-Skull Base Surgery to assist us in transforming the Division of Otorhinolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery to serve our growing community through multi-disciplinary care and collaboration.
Assistant Scientist - Viral Oncogenesis 29060000 - MD-MOLECULAR GENTCS / MICROBIO Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
An Assistant Scientist position is available to study mechanisms by which oncogenic viruses induce tumors. Gammaherpesviruses such as Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) and Kaposi’s sarcoma-associated herpesvirus (KSHV, HHV-8) are associated with multiple diseases in humans, including lymphomas, carcinomas, and Kaposi’s sarcoma. To define the mechanisms by which these types of viruses drive tumorigenesis, the applicant will utilize in vivo murine tumorigenesis models, including murine gammaherpesvirus infection of mice and EBV and/or KSHV infection of humanized mice. Work on this project will occur as part of a highly collaborative program project team and will molecular mechanism studies with in vivo tumorigenesis studies.
Program Coordinator, Sorority and Fraternity Life 04080200 - SL-SORORITY FRATERNITY AFFAIRS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Program Coordinator will be a member of a professional team for Sorority and Fraternity Life and Division of Student Life. The Program Coordinator will be responsible for providing support to the sorority and fraternity community and assisting with the operations of Sorority and Fraternity Life. Duties shall include but are not limited to large scale leadership and risk education community wide programming, Greek organizational conduct investigation, advisement of the Florida Greek Ambassadors, and assisting with administration of policies related to management of sororities and fraternities. The sorority and fraternity community at the University of Florida consists of over 60 social sororities & fraternities with more than 7,600 student members, including 40 chapters with housing facilities in which approximately 1,600 students reside.
Clinical Research Coordinator II - Cancer Population and Data Sciences (CaPoDS) Laboratory 29140600 - MD-SURG-POPULATION HEALTH SCI Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Clinical Research Coordinator II will work in the Cancer Population and Data Sciences (CaPoDS) Laboratory and is responsible for assisting faculty with the management of population-based research programs. This position reports directly to the Associate Director for Population Sciences and will interact regularly with multiple Principal Investigators for the department.
Medical Technol Supervisor - Metabolic laboratory 29081100 - MD-PATH - UF PATH LABS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Senior Medical Technologist will be responsible for performing LC-MS/MS and other related techniques in a CAP-accredited metabolic laboratory. This position is responsible for the performance, quality, and accuracy of the results reported; maintenance of instrumentation including scheduled, preventive, and troubleshooting, as needed; preparation of standards, calibrators, and reagents; and adherence to the laboratory's quality management program; and overseeing day-to-day operations.
Custodial Worker I 63400300 - FS-BLDGSRVC OPERATIONS-HC Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This evening shift Custodial Worker I herein described provides cleaning services to university offices, classrooms, restrooms, laboratories, and other facilities. Duties includes, but are not limited to sweeping, mopping, floor care, window and glass cleaning, and waste disposal.

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