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Custodial Worker I 63400200 - FS-BLDGSRVC OPERATIONS-EG Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The 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.
Custodial Worker III 63400200 - FS-BLDGSRVC OPERATIONS-EG Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Custodial Worker III herein described oversees the work of others while working alongside them. Cleans with pressure washer from a high reach and genie lift. Pressure washes buildings, sidewalks, etc. Delivers and set-up of stages, tables, chairs, materials and equipment for special campus events. Moves and transports furniture for departments and academic units. Places and installs restroom and hand sanitizing dispensers. Cleans all exterior and interior glass surfaces/window of all assigned buildings. Provides cleaning services to university offices, classrooms, restrooms, labs, and other facilities. The incumbent’s duties include sweeping, mopping, floor care, window and glass cleaning, and waste disposal.
Student Assistant - Technical Assistant 02070400 - PV-INNOVATION ACADEMY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The UF Innovation Academy has a position for students who would like to serve in the role of Innovation Academy Creativity and Design Thinking for Innovation Technical Assistant. They will assist students enrolled in IDS 1940 Creativity and Design Thinking for Innovation (course previously titled Creativity in Context) with technical issues in course projects which will include 3D modeling in Autodesk Fusion 360, preparing projects for laser cutting using Adobe Illustrator, and troubleshooting and debugging Arduino microcontroller-based projects. Log student consultations and respond to faculty requests for additional information. Maintain regular office hours 10 hours per week, which may include days, evenings and weekend shifts based on your availability. Office hours will be held primarily in person. Duties may also include additional activities or special projects.
Computer Operator I 14300000 - IT-ICT INFRA/COMM TECHNOLOGY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
UF Information Technology (UFIT) is currently seeking a Computer Operator 1 to join Infrastructure and Communication Technology (ICT) Services, a unit within UFIT. Employment with UFIT provides an excellent opportunity to work with other employees dedicated and focused on understanding and interpreting the technological needs of the University of Florida’s innovative and inspirational community.
OPS Small Animal Hospital Housekeeper 28311000 - VM-HOSPITAL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The UF Small Animal Hospital at the College of Veterinary Medicine is hiring for the position of Small Animal Hospital Housekeeper. This position is responsible for maintaining the overall cleanliness and sanitation of the small animal hospital, especially public areas and patient care areas.
OPS Clinical Research Assistant 31030000 - NR-BNS-BIOBEHAVORIAL NUR SCI Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The University of Florida's College of Nursing is hiring an OPS Research Specialist at .50 FTE (20 hours per week). **Position works in Jacksonville, FL.**
Molecular Geneticist - Laboratory of Neurogenetics and Neuroscience 29180300 - MD-NEUROLOGY-MOVEMENT DISORDER Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The University of Florida’s College of Medicine’s Department of Neurology is seeking a Molecular Geneticist (Biological Scientist III) for the Laboratory of Neurogenetics and Neuroscience, which is physically based at the McKnight Brain Institute and in the UF Health Pathology Molecular Genetic Laboratory. The position will be part of a team with Professor Matt Farrer (Principal Investigator), Dr. Shannon Corrigan who runs wet lab Molecular Genetic operations, and Jonathan Bravo who oversees Bioinformatics. Applicants must have an aptitude for population and pedigree-based molecular genetics and have experience with high-throughput sequencing, genotyping and Sanger sequencing. Applicants should also be familiar with bioinformatic methods for genome alignment, annotation and genetic variant analysis, although training opportunities will be offered. Currently funded, IRB-approved, human research focuses on the molecular pathogenesis of neurologic and neurodegenerative disorders, and includes whole genome sequencing in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, dementia and Parkinson’s syndromes. Professor Farrer’s team has previously authored articles for American Journal of Human Genetics, Nature Genetics, Science and specialty neurology journals, and their work has been featured in televised documentaries and public radio. We are looking for a candidate to contribute and share in that success, to help predict and prevent neurologic disorders, by applying molecular genetic methods.
Senior Molecular Geneticist - Laboratory of Neurogenetics and Neuroscience 29180300 - MD-NEUROLOGY-MOVEMENT DISORDER Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The University of Florida’s College of Medicine’s Department of Neurology is seeking a Molecular Geneticist (Biological Scientist IV) for the Laboratory of Neurogenetics and Neuroscience, which is physically based at the McKnight Brain Institute and in the UF Health Pathology Molecular Genetic Laboratory. The position will be part of a team with Professor Matt Farrer (Principal Investigator), Dr. Shannon Corrigan who runs wet lab Molecular Genetic operations, and Jonathan Bravo who oversees Bioinformatics. Applicants must have an aptitude for population and pedigree-based molecular genetics and have advanced experience with high-throughput sequencing, genotyping and Sanger sequencing. Applicants should also be familiar with bioinformatic methods for genome alignment, annotation and genetic variant analysis, although training opportunities will be offered. Currently funded, IRB-approved, human research focuses on the molecular pathogenesis of neurologic and neurodegenerative disorders, and includes whole genome sequencing in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, dementia and Parkinson’s syndromes. Professor Farrer’s team has previously authored articles for American Journal of Human Genetics, Nature Genetics, Science and specialty neurology journals, and their work has been featured in televised documentaries and public radio. We are looking for a candidate to contribute and share in that success, to help predict and prevent neurologic disorders, by applying molecular genetic methods.
Cell Culture Scientist - Laboratory of Neurogenetics and Neuroscience 29180300 - MD-NEUROLOGY-MOVEMENT DISORDER Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The University of Florida’s College of Medicine’s Department of Neurology is seeking a Cell Culture Scientist (Biological Scientist III) for the Laboratory of Neurogenetics and Neuroscience, which is housed within the McKnight Brain Institute (MBI). This position will support the development and maintenance of primary cultures (neurons, glial) from various mouse models used for mechanistic investigations in Parkinson’s disease. The Cell Culture Scientist will focus on the molecular and cell biology of endocytosis, endo-lysosomal and mitochondrial trafficking. A major avenue of investigation is leucine-rich repeat kinase 2 (LRRK2) in which the p.G2019S substitution is the most frequent, albeit monogenic, cause of Parkinson’s disease, accounting for >30% of disease in some ethnicities. Lrrk2 p.G2019S constitutively activates the kinase. Hence, Lrrk2 kinase inhibition is a leading therapeutic strategy that promises to halt progressive neurodegeneration. On this background our team recently identified genetic modifiers of disease susceptibility and penetrance and has been funded through the Michael J. Fox Foundation to elucidate their function. Studies will be performed with Dr. Jordan Follett (cell biologist and neuroscientist) and Professor Matt Farrer (neurogeneticist and neuroscientist) whose team has contributed extensively to many of the leading discoveries in this field.
Talent Acquisition Specialist II 62010301 - HR-TALENT ACQSTN & ONBOARDING Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This position is responsible for providing high-level talent acquisition expertise to support UF hiring departments and engage in research employee screening in support of UF’s Research Integrity, Security and Compliance (RISC) programs that promote ethical and legally compliant research practices throughout UF’s research enterprise. In addition, this position will partner with hiring departments in implementing people-centered hiring and onboarding processes that create and foster positive employee experience.
Fiscal Assistant II 16900000 - LS-BIOLOGY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Department of Biology is accepting applications for a Fiscal Assistant II position. The Fiscal Assistant II provides fiscal support to the unit and is responsible for processing, reviewing and reconciling travel authorizations, work orders, expense reports, PCard purchases, and purchase orders while adhering to university financial policy and procedures. In addition, this position is responsible for building relationships with a highly diverse faculty, staff, and student population and for supporting a culture centered on delivering excellent customer service.
Administrative Support AST I 02030000 - PV-HONORS OFFICE Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Honors Office under the Office of Undergraduate Affairs is accepting applications for an Administrative Support Assistant I. This position will provide in-person, phone, and electronic communication on behalf of the office. The successful incumbent will assist in maintaining advising, conference and leave calendars; recording and routing electronic correspondence; receiving and distributing mail; assist Honors Tours & student organizations; assist with fellowships, scholarships, Webinars, purchases, etc.
Medical Scientist IV 29050700 - MD-ENDOCRINOLOGY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This position will serve as the Director of the Mass Spectrometry Laboratory for Dr. Peter W. Stacpoole, Professor of Medicine in the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism.  A primary goal of the lab is to function as the Pharmacology Core Laboratory for a federally-funded, multi-center clinical trial of an investigational drug developed by Dr. Stacpoole for treating children with a life-threatening genetic disease, the data for which will be submitted to the FDA for potential approval as the 1st therapy for this hither-to fatal disease.  Thus, the laboratory must function at a level consistent with FDA guidelines. The Core would receive plasma and urine samples from study sites across the U.S. for GC-MS quantification of drug levels and conduct targeted metabolomics of various organic acids.  The laboratory also participates in federally-sponsored pharmacokinetics and pharmacogenomics investigations in subjects studied at the UF Clinical and Translational Science Institute’s Clinical Research Center (CTSI-CRC), as well as studies of drug metabolism in rodents. Knowledge of molecular biology techniques, such as Western immunoblotting and RT-PCR are also highly desirable. The Director is a Medical Scientist III who specializes in gas chromatography- and, to a lesser extent liquid chromatography-mass spectrometric (GC-MS; LC-MS) analysis of biological samples and coordinates clinical and translational research projects. This position’s main responsibilities will include help in coordinating clinical research studies, analyzing xenobiotics and naturally occurring molecules by mass spectrometry, help conducting metabolic experiments in rodent tissue to understand mechanisms of drug metabolism and assisting in publishing and presentation of manuscripts, abstracts and posters.
Large Animal Hospital Service Veterinary Technician I or II (CARE) 28321100 - VM-SURGERY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The University of Florida, Large Animal Surgery Service is recruiting for a Veterinary Service Technician I/II- (CARE) to help provide Outpatient, Inpatient, and Emergency care for horses (primarily), but may include goats, alpacas, llamas, bovine, and, occasionally, exotic patients. If you are a strong communicator with an interest in developing your patient care and surgical nursing skills - we may be the opportunity you are looking for to advance your career.
Research Coordinator I 29240101 - MD-HOBI-GENERAL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Department of Health Outcomes and Biomedical Informatics is seeking an enthusiastic and qualified individual to fill the Research Coordinator I position. This position is under the supervision of Carma Bylund, PhD, Professor in the Division of Health Outcomes and Implementation Science. The coordinator will play a leading role in the daily management of two research projects. The first project is funded by the National Cancer Institute and focuses on a dignity therapy intervention for advanced cancer patients. Dr. Bylund is partnering with Dr. Susan Bluck from the Department of Psychology on this project and the coordinator will have the opportunity to collaborate with members of her team. The second project, funded by The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, is developing and implementing a tailored, online training for primary care providers about cancer clinical trials. The job responsibilities include a full range of research-related and organizational support efforts for these two funded projects. The coordinator will manage these projects and assist with team communication, coordinate research study execution, and support grant proposals and research dissemination. There will also be opportunity for the coordinator to gain new skills in narrative and interactional data coding. The coordinator will collaborate with internal and external research partners, clinicians, and other stakeholders. Within these activities, opportunities will exist for the coordinator to foster their individual professional interests and develop new skills. Successful candidates must be committed to working with diverse professional and community populations.
Assistant OR Associate Professor of Production Horticulture of Citrus and Other Tree Crops 60760000 - AG-IRREC-FT. PIERCE Indian River
Duties include developing a nationally and internationally recognized research and extension program in production horticulture of citrus and other tree crops. The research portion of this assignment should address the issues confronting citrus production on the flatwood soils in the Indian River area.
County Extension Director (CED) and Extension Agent II, III, or IV 60351065 - AG-WAKULLA Wakulla
We are looking for an individual that is a self-starting, energetic, and team-oriented leader. As the Agent, your extension programming will cover agriculture and natural resources (ANR) with an emphasis on horticulture. The ANR role has four focus areas: 1) lifestyle horticulture (including Master Gardener training in Wakulla and Franklin counties); 2) agriculture (mostly small farms); 3) inland and coastal natural resources; and 4) community resource development. In addition, at least 5% of your time will be devoted to 4-H Youth Development.
Univ Registrar Svcs CRD I 03030000 - EM-OFFICE OF REGISTRAR Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Office of the University Registrar is responsible for developing, administering, and monitoring academic policy, records management, registration processes, classroom and examination scheduling, enrollment planning and student information technology. Comprehensive automated systems support almost every function and process. This position reports to the University Registrar Services Coordinator II and provides support in evaluating, compiling and entering data related to the employee education tuition waiver programs, high school dual enrollment, distance learning, international studies, special programs and other non-traditional programs. The position also serves as a frontline representative of the Office of the University Registrar in the coordination of all non-traditional programs.
Plant Operator 63700300 - FS-UTILITIES-CHILLED WATER Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Responsible for monitoring, tracking, and operating the University of Florida’s Central Energy Plants, including the electrical, steam, and chilled water production equipment. Responsibilities include: operating, regulating and monitoring all Utility Plant equipment in an efficient and safe manner. Creating preventative and corrective maintenance work orders for Utility Plant Mechanics. The position monitors the system controls and evaluates trend performance of plant equipment against an established level of service. The Operator investigates and assists with troubleshooting the thermal plants’ conditions and controls and coordinates with mechanics for equipment shutdowns. Operators help enforce Standard Operating Procedures and maintain a safe working environment as Lockout/Tagout Issuing Agent. The thermal plants are monitored 24-hours per day. Shift work is required
Fiscal Assistant II 17210100 - BA-IT BUSINESS OFFICE Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Information Technology Operations (ITO) is a sub-unit of the Warrington College of Business Information Technology Support Programs (ITSP). ITO provides administrative services (purchasing, travel, HR, etc.) to ITSP and other departments in the college. This employee is a member of the ITO team and will provide administrative support that includes activities such as: process invoices and pcard transactions, enter general journals associated with recovery of expenses, deal with travel arrangements, assist with research and problem resolution, identify resources to improve workflows relating to accounts and fiscal matter and recommend solutions.

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