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Rodent Models Breeding Core Technician 1 11800000 - OR-ANIMAL CARE SERVICES Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Rodent Models Breeding Core Technician 1 (RMBCT1) is an integral team member of the Rodent Models Breeding Core (RMBC). The RMBCT1 will assist in safely carrying out daily responsibilities assigned by the area Operations Manager or Program Colony Managers. Will be responsible for routine and non-routine procedures as requested by our various stakeholders including the immediate supervisor/manager, veterinarians, research investigators or experimental protocols. The work is performed under direct supervision. This position is responsible for carrying out the Animal Care Services' (ACS) directives and SOPs as governed by the Animal Welfare Act and all applicable rules and regulations. Will report any suspected or actual deviations to SOPs or non-routine situations immediately to their supervisor, manager, or their designee. The RMBC is a full service 8000 cage breeding facility for the University of Florida faculty offering management of their experimental rodent colonies to effectively and efficiently handle all of their colonies experimental needs and timelines. The RMBCT1 will perform duties such as mating and tail snip collection from a weekly technical work list prepared by colony managers, house incoming animals, pack outgoing animals, wean litters, and create and maintain needed sterile surgical and technical equipment packs among other tasks. Uses aseptic procedures to minimize contamination as required. Ensures housing and environmental compliance with the "NIH Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals". Arrives, leaves, and takes breaks at work as scheduled and strictly adheres to ACS attendance policy. All actions are completed by strictly and consistently following applicable ACS SOPs, IACUC and UF EH&S including safety procedures, guidelines and policies.
Veterinary Care Technician I 11800000 - OR-ANIMAL CARE SERVICES Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Veterinary Care Technician I reports to the Vet Care Manager and Clinical Veterinarian. Provides veterinary care to a wide range of species of animals including (but not limited to) mice, rats, rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs, cats, dogs, sheep, goats, horses, pigs, non-human primates, amphibians, reptiles, pigeons, chickens, cattle, etc. Some animals may be experimentally infected. Employee may be required to be vaccinated to work with these animals or enter their rooms. Need excellent animal record keeping skills, interpersonal communication skills. This requires a basic knowledge of standards set forth by the USDA and the Natl Resch Council guide for care & use of lab animals. Some species are potentially aggressive and some may carry infections that are hazardous to humans or other animals. • Performs activities relating to veterinary care as directed, including but not limited to: triage, assessment, treatment, sample collection, documentation, anesthesia and surgery support. • Performs animal health treatments, ensuring clinical health records are complete and current. • Assists with surgical and post-surgical monitoring and care assistance procedures. • May assist in teaching and training classes, wet labs and special training sessions for ACS staff, investigators and other customers. • Provides technical assistance and support for ACS staff, investigators and other customers. • Establishes working relationships and communicates effectively with University research staff and ACS staff. • Processes incoming animals and assists in routine health maintenance and enrichment programs. • Follows established protocols and procedures and ensures compliance with applicable federal, state and local laws, regulations and guidelines concerning quality assurance and laboratory animal care and use.
Publicity & Marketing Coordinator 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 a Publicity & Marketing Coordinator, who will design, produce, and consult on a variety of communications, materials, and media. The incumbent will work to expand the pipeline of attendees to our workforce development courses and programs, increase Biotility brand awareness, and establish/maintain mechanisms for marketing new and established courses and credentials. The incumbent will also assist with documenting, analyzing, and reporting course/program outcomes.
Research Regulatory Analyst II 11210000 - OR-IRB-01 HEALTH CENTER Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This is a highly professional and responsible position, which answers directly to the Asst. Director of IRB Services. This employee is expected to use his/her knowledge of IRB requirements to assist investigators with the submission and management of their IRB related paperwork. This employee is also expected to collaborate with other IRB staff for the compliant and efficient processing of new studies (including reviewing research for HIPAA requirements).
Grants Accountant I 11110000 - OR-CG ACCOUNTING SERVICES Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Primarily responsible for administering assigned awards. Primary functions of award administration include award set up, management, and closeout for contracts and grants in assigned portfolio. This position is an apprentice level position.
OPS Animal Care Technician I - Cage Wash 11800000 - OR-ANIMAL CARE SERVICES Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Animal Care Technician 1 (ACT1) provides basic care of animals and animal facilities by completing primarily simple and routine animal caretaking and cage wash duties as directed by Operations Manager or their designee, which may occur up to 50% of the time of overall job duties and responsibilities. All actions are completed by strictly and consistently following applicable ACS SOPs including safety procedures and policies. Reports any suspected or actual deviations to SOP’s or non-routine situations immediately to Operations Manager or their designee. This position is working in one of Animal Care Services cage wash sections, this ACT1 will operate cage wash machinery to include tunnel washer, rack washer, bedding vacuum system, waste disposal BSC, water bottle filling station, bedding dispenser, autoclaves and other related units. Will maintain cage wash support-areas including Edstrom water rooms, gas tank rooms, storage rooms, etc.
OPS Animal Care Technician - Husbandry 11800000 - OR-ANIMAL CARE SERVICES Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This is work providing basic care of animals and animal facilities by completing primarily simple and routine animal care-taking and cage wash duties as directed by the Operations Manager or their designee, which may occur up to 50% of the time of overall job duties and responsibilities. All actions are completed by strictly and consistently following applicable ACS SOPs including safety procedures and policies. Reports any suspected or actual deviations to SOP’s or non-routine situations immediately to the Operations Manager or their designee.
OPS Courier 11030000 - OR-PERSONNEL SERVICES Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
OPS Courier for the University of Florida, Office of Research.
Assistant Director, Research Administration 11060000 - OR-DIRECTOR SPONS. RESEARCH Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Division of Sponsored Programs at the University of Florida seeks an experienced research administrator to serve as Assistant Director of Research Contracting and provide oversight and direction for Sponsored Programs administrators and campus research administrators. The assistant director is responsible for the non-financial teams within the high-volume central office for pre-award administration. Highly qualified candidates will possess experience and expertise in university research contracting, management experience, political savvy, a keen understanding of federal and state influences, and in-depth knowledge of the business of research. The assistant director reports to the Assistant Vice President and Director for Sponsored Programs, works with senior leadership to evaluate, improve and apply sponsored program policies and operations, and serves as acting director in the AVP’s absence.
Electronic Research Administration (eRA) Analyst 11060000 - OR-DIRECTOR SPONS. RESEARCH Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The University of Florida seeks a professional, experienced, highly-organized individual with outstanding communication skills for the position of Electronic Research Administration (eRA) Analyst in the Division of Sponsored Programs (DSP). With latitude for independent judgment and action, the eRA Analyst will report to the Assistant Vice President for Research, Director of Sponsored Programs to carry out the functions of oversight of the electronic research administration operations within DSP. eRA encompasses technology services, systems development, data reporting and analysis, to support the research mission of the University.


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