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Baughman Center Reception/Event Staff 13510000 - BC-BAUGHMAN CENTER Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This position falls within the employment team of University of Florida Performing Arts. UFPA and University of Florida affirm inclusivity, accessibility, diversity, and equity as essential to a vital, thriving program within UF and its communities. This position provides hospitality and service to clients of the Baughman Center and Performing Arts staff. This position is open to all students who are eligible to work on campus and will be employed through student Other Personnel Services (OPS) and must maintain a minimum 2.0 grade point average. Registered students are employed on a part-time basis, up to 20 hours per week.
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. THIS POSITION IS OPEN TO UF EMPLOYEES ONLY
OPS Pharmacy Technician 32060000 - PH-PHARMTHERAPY TRNSL RSCH Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This Pharmacy Technician position will support work of the College of Pharmacy’s Pharmacotherapy and Translational Research department in cooperation with the Department of Pediatric Pulmonology (College of Medicine) on a grant from the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. The University of Florida, College of Pharmacy, strives to stimulate a culture that promotes diversity and inclusion within an exceptional community of students, faculty and staff. We welcome applicants from diverse backgrounds and are committed to developing leaders who respect, support and have a positive impact on all individuals.
Asset Specialist II 64405000 - FA-AM-ASSET MANAGEMENT Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Asset Specialist II is located in UF Surplus “Warehouse” area and is responsible for assisting in the “Lobby”, “Scientific/Medical” and “Warehouse” areas in the reutilization or disposition of property identified as surplus by UF departments or abandoned by the University Police Department. The “Lobby” area, the position assist with the UF Surplus virtual sales and internet auctions. In the “Scientific/Medial” area, the position test, clean, and repair equipment for transfer or sale. In the “Warehouse” area, the position will assist in the pick-up, recording, and disposing of surplus property on the UF campus. In addition, the position will assist in the preparing procedures for UF Surplus and provides communication to UF Surplus customers and UF department personnel.
Research Administrator II, Coding Specialist 11130000 - RE-CLINICAL RESEARCH Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This is a Research Administrator II position located in the UF Research, Office of Clinical Research (OCR). The incumbent will assist Coverage Analysis and Budgeting Team Lead, Assistant Director and Director with University of Florida coverage analysis and budgeting for clinical studies; with a particular focus on the coding functions of the CAB process. The incumbent will be responsible for reviewing multiple documents to assure compliance standards are met including the protocol, budget, study consent forms and hospital registration forms for assessment of all billable charges for patient services paid by the sponsor funded account or billed to 2nd party payors such as Medicare. The incumbent will be responsible for determining the coverage analysis and its compliance with the Medicare rules and regulations.
Administrative Support AST II 04010200 - SL-PROG-MULTICULTURAL SERIES Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This position is responsible for providing office management, program, clerical, marketing/social media coordination, and administrative support for Multicultural and Diversity Affairs while providing direct administrative support for the Director. Additionally, this position is responsible for maintaining various information processes and filing systems, scheduling meetings, answering multiple phone lines, planning, and coordinating events, and providing customer service to students, staff, faculty, and others that interact with Multicultural and Diversity Affairs.
Administrative Support AST I 19221000 - EG-RESEARCH SERVICE CENTERS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Position resides in the Research Service Centers (RSC) in the College of Engineering. This position is one with a high level of responsibility requiring an individual who can manage many tasks, interact with individuals across campus and represent the office interacting with inside and outside users of the facility. The individual is expected to work independently with minimal supervision and must be proactive with assignments, have attention to detail and take ownership of their responsibilities. They will assist in the daily management and support administrative functions of the centers, ensuring a smooth and efficient handling of the day-to-day activities. This position will report directly to the Administrative Support Assistant II.
Animal Care Technician II 11800000 - RE-ANIMAL CARE SERVICES Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Animal Care Technician 2 (ACT2) performs more complex animal caretaking duties and begins to specialize in the care of individual species or specialty sections. Completes animal care and cage wash activities as directed by Operations Manager or their designee. This includes housing animals, cleaning cages, feeding, watering, weighing animals and restraining animals. Performs duties of Animal Care Technician I. Follows established procedures to minimize contamination and insure optimum results for researchers. All actions completed by consistently adhering to applicable ACS SOPs including safety procedures and policies. Reports any suspected or actual deviations to SOPs or non-routine situations immediately to Operations Manager or their designee.
OPS Courier 11030000 - RE-PERSONNEL SERVICES Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
OPS Courier for the University of Florida, UF Research
Police Communications Operator I 73010000 - UPD-ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
UF Police Department invites applications for a vacant Police Communications Operator. The employee in this position is in a probationary status and performs task in a trainee capacity. The employee does not work independently and is under the full time supervision of a communications training officer. During this time the employee will learn to become proficient, and demonstrate that proficiency, in the following duties: Operate communications command center providing radio communication support to sworn and non-sworn department personnel. Maintain radio/telephone communication link between field officers and base station, supervisors, emergency services, and other law enforcement agencies. Receive and evaluate calls from the public requesting police assistance, of both emergency and non-emergency natures. Input and transmit call information using computer assisted dispatch system or manual card system. Refer callers to appropriate agencies or extensions. Contact appropriate parties to notify of complaints and/or actions required. Use computer assisted dispatch system to update and monitor law enforcement statuses, transmit requests for emergency services, and retrieve various data and records. Coordinate the dispatching of resources between two or more agencies. Errors in decision or work may be immediately detected and may lead to loss of life and adverse effects upon UF and department operations, substantial property loss and inconvenience to members of the university community. Perform a variety of records management duties including reviewing, entering, canceling and purging records. This position is designated as an Essential Employee. Essential employees provide vital support to UF and are subject to recall to work when deemed necessary by the Chief of Police/designee. Recall to work typically happens due to emergency, disaster or special event that may coincide with the official suspension of classes and/or closing of offices.
End User Computing Spec III 04011300 - SL-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Work in Student Affairs Information Technology at the University of Florida (UF). Provide accurate, timely, and sustainable solutions to end user technology and networking problems of a highly complex nature to ensure end user productivity.
Call Center Representative 32060501 - PH-CENTER OF QTY MED LAKE NONA Orange
This position is located in Orlando, Florida. The University of Florida’s Center for Quality Medication Management is hiring part-time and full-time Call Center Representatives. This position is located at UF's Lake Nona Campus in the Orlando area. This position will be responsible for effectively assessing patient/provider/customer needs and concerns, provision of timely MTM services and quality related services, receipt and response to calls from both provider offices and pharmacies, as well as participation in all required MTM center operational meetings and training sessions. The University of Florida, College of Pharmacy, strives to stimulate a culture that promotes diversity and inclusion within an exceptional community of students, faculty and staff. We welcome applicants from diverse backgrounds and are committed to developing leaders who respect, support and have a positive impact on all individuals
Pharmacy Technician 32060501 - PH-CENTER OF QTY MED LAKE NONA Orange
This position is located in Orlando, Florida. The University of Florida’s Center for Quality Medication Management is hiring Pharmacy Technicians. This position will be responsible for effectively assessing patient/provider/customer needs and concerns, provision of timely MTM services and quality related services, receipt and response to calls from both provider offices and pharmacies, as well as participation in all required MTM center operational meetings and training sessions. The University of Florida, College of Pharmacy, strives to stimulate a culture that promotes diversity and inclusion within an exceptional community of students, faculty and staff. We welcome applicants from diverse backgrounds and are committed to developing leaders who respect, support and have a positive impact on all individuals
Clinical Research Coordinator II - Neuromuscular Research 29180800 - MD-NEUROMUSCULAR NEUROLOGY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Department of Neurology, Division of Neuromuscular Neurology is seeking candidates with at least two years of human subject research for a Clinical Research Coordinator II position. The Clinical Research Coordinator II is responsible for the daily operations of clinical trial studies run by the Neuromuscular Division. Responsible for ensuring that all required regulatory documentation is completed and submitted as appropriate for all research/clinical trial activity which includes, but is not limited to, new submissions, continuing reviews, and revisions through the University of Florida Health Professions IRB and a central IRB.
Research Policy, Outreach, and Education Manager 11150000 - RE-RESEARCH INTEGRITY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Responsible for the design, implementation and administration of a comprehensive educational, training and outreach program at UF, covering all aspects of research and sponsored projects planning, development, administration and compliance.
Fiscal Assistant II - CLAS Research Office 16010800 - LS-CLAS RESEARCH OFFICE Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) Research Office is accepting applications for a Fiscal Assistant II position. The Fiscal Assistant II provides fiscal support in the CLAS Research Office (CLAS RO). Responsible for complex calculations, collection, or verification of financial data and processing of account transactions. Functions with some independent responsibility for accounting or budgetary tasks within an office or provides higher level support within a large accounting environment. Adheres to University financial policy and procedures. This position serves departments and colleges by providing support in monitoring, processing, reviewing, and/or approving transactional activities relating to the fiscal and sponsored projects processes, and may be involved in human resources and commitment accounting processes. In addition, this position is responsible for building relationships with units served by the CLAS Research Office and university constituents, and supporting a culture centered on delivering excellent customer service.
Heavy Equipment Operator II 63520300 - FS-OPER EG GROUNDS-LANDSCAPE Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This position is covered by the Federal Omnibus Transportation Employee Testing Act of 1991. Individuals applying for this position or incumbents of this position are required to hold a valid commercial driver's license as a condition of employment. The act requires that all such individuals be subject to pre-employment and continuing post-employment drug and alcohol testing. Failure to comply with such testing is grounds for dismissal from employment with the University. Drive, maneuver, or control the heavy machinery used for construction, demolition, excavation, or transportation. Operate one or several types of heavy power construction/transportation/farm equipment, such as excavators, bulldozers, tractors, front-end loaders, backhoes, roller compactors, and/or and similar equipment. Perform routine maintenance and minor repairs on equipment, in addition to other duties. Rely on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job.
Research Coordinator III 18380000 - ED-CTR EXCEL EARLY CHILD STUD Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Anita Zucker Center for Excellence in Early Childhood Studies at the University of Florida is seeking a qualified and enthusiastic individual to serve as the project coordinator for two federally-funded studies examining the efficacy and sustainability of the BEST in CLASS intervention, which is a tier 2 intervention addressing social-emotional learning in early elementary students who are at risk for social-emotional and behavioral delays. Although the primary responsibilities for this position will to be to coordinate research activities related to the BEST in CLASS efficacy grant (funded by the Institute of Education Sciences) and the BEST in CLASS follow-up study (funded by the National Institutes of Health), the individual in this position will become part of a group of experienced researchers at the Anita Zucker Center for Excellence in Early Childhood Studies at the University of Florida. This position is well-suited for an individual who is interested in prevention and intervention research, social-emotional learning, and research in authentic community-based settings. This individual will communicate with faculty and staff as well as other internal and external constituencies. This position is time-limited and soft-funded.
OPS Exam Proctor 28011300 - VM-STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTION Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The College of Veterinary Medicine is recruiting an exam proctor to monitor and provide technical support for electronic and paper exams. This posting is for the Fall and Spring semesters only. This position requires someone who is comfortable in giving instructions to large classes. ****Exams will typically be held Monday-Friday 7:00am-5:00pm****
Business Admin Specialist I - Human Resources 60015000 - AG-BUSINESS HUBS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The SSC Business Administration Specialist I (Human Resources specialist) serves departments and colleges by analyzing, preparing and entering transactional activities related to human resources. This position serves as the primary source of front-line services in the Shared Services Center and requires critical thinking and excellent problem-solving skills. This is the first level of a three-level series. The employee in this position must have superior customer service skills and is expected to provide excellent customer service to management and staff and when representing the University of Florida. Will provide timely, accurate, and consistent responses to inquiries and transactional work.

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