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Help Desk Analyst 14200300 - IT-AT UF COMPUTING HELP DSK Main Campus (Gainesville, FL), Remote/Flexible
UF Information Technology (UFIT) is currently seeking an entry level Help Desk Analyst to join Academic Technology, a unit within UFIT. The UFIT Help Desk is a fully staffed call center that provides IT support to the entire campus. 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. Using strong communications and training skills coupled with specialized technical experience, the Help Desk Analyst is vital in providing support for university enterprise systems, administrative support, academic systems, and other computing issues at the UFIT Help Desk. The UFIT Help Desk schedule is highly variable and split between multiple shifts. The individual filling this position will be scheduled (and should be available to work) Tuesday– Saturday 8am to 5pm
Learning Tools Developer 14200500 - IT-AT CITT Main Campus (Gainesville, FL), Remote/Flexible
UF Information Technology (UFIT) is currently seeking an intermediate-level Learning Tools Developer to join Academic Technology Center for Learning Technology and Training, a unit within UFIT. Employment with UFIT provides an excellent opportunity to work with other employees who are dedicated and focused on understanding and interpreting the technological needs of the University of Florida’s innovative and inspirational community. The Center for Instructional Technology and Training is a division of the Office of Academic Technology within UF Information Technology. It is dedicated to empowering instructors with the necessary knowledge, skills, and technologies to meet their teaching and learning objectives effectively. The center adopts a customer-centric approach to service delivery, fosters collaborative partnerships, provides resources for teaching and learning, and supports the University of Florida's mission and strategy.
Data Management Analyst I 60870000 - AG-MREC-APOPKA Orange
The Data Management Analyst I position involves assistance in conducting applied research in consumer economics and marketing that has practical implications for horticultural industry stakeholders, including producers, retailers, wholesalers, and urban landscape design and service professionals in Florida. Responsibilities include but are not limited to assistance with survey instrument development, distribution, data analysis and reporting. Additional activities may include collaboration with other researchers on data collection efforts and support with grant writing.
Application Developer Analyst II - Early Steps 29090100 - MD-PEDS-ADMINISTRATION Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Operated under the auspices of the Department of Pediatrics, the Early Steps Data System provides a web portal, data processing, and reporting environment for the statewide Department of Health (DOH) Children’s Medical Services (CMS) Early Steps Program.   The Early Steps Program is Florida’s response to federal legislation ensuring that early intervention services and supports to families of infants and toddlers who are at risk or have delays in development, are provided in a coordinated, family-centered system of services, and supports that are available statewide. This is a professional level role which functions as an Application Developer/Programmer for the Early Steps Data System.  Expert Python, ASP.NET, ColdFusion, SQL, and JavaScript skills are required. The incumbent will also serve as a primary programmer/designer for the next version of the Early Steps Data System portal, currently under development.  The portal is the primary, role-based platform for both local and remote access to Early Steps data, reporting, and resources.  The portal will be web-based, with a SQL backend.   The incumbent will also manage other data systems in Early Steps, data analysis, data mining, and assist with development of Business Intelligence modeling. The incumbent must be able to perceive the overall mission of Early Steps, while also paying close attention to details and nuances both internal and external to the program that will lead to its ultimate success.
Graphic Designer 14200500 - IT-AT CITT Main Campus (Gainesville, FL), Remote/Flexible
UF Information Technology (UFIT) is currently seeking an entry-level Graphic Designer to join UFIT Web Services, a unit within UFIT. Employment with UFIT provides an excellent opportunity to work with other employees who are dedicated and focused on understanding and interpreting the technological needs of the University of Florida’s innovative and inspirational community.
Academic Program Spec I 33060000 - HP-SLP LANG & HEARING SCI Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This position reports to the Chair of the Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences (SLHS) and is responsible for academic administrative support and oversight of the graduate programs, graduate admissions and registration, including planning and implementation of operations. Responsible for technical supervision of undergraduate online courses. Responsible for tracking the ad missions and enrollment processes for the graduate programs and preparing reports for the department. Coordinate and organize graduate registration with software and communicate with graduate students for credentialing and onboarding. Coordinate effort reporting and asset management. Correspond with professionals for the purpose of providing critical information and negotiating complex problems. Maintain close liaison with and implement the policies of the Graduate School, Office of Admissions, and the College of Public Health and Health Professions. Perform related duties as assigned by supervisor.
OPS Senior Visual FoxPro Developer 29090100 - MD-PEDS-ADMINISTRATION Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The University of Florida’s Department of Pediatrics is at the forefront of medical education, research, and patient care. We are currently seeking a seasoned Senior Visual FoxPro Developer to enhance and transition our legacy systems. This role involves working closely with our technology team to update and migrate existing Visual FoxPro applications to more contemporary programming frameworks, primarily Python.
Full Stack Software Developer 17210600 - BA-IT TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Warrington College of Business at the University of Florida is currently seeking a full time senior full stack web application developer to join an established team of talented and experienced peers. A qualified candidate will be responsible for designing, developing, and maintaining web applications and services that support administrative and education initiatives and projects within the college. This role requires expertise in both front-end and back-end development technologies, data integrations, along with a passion for creating efficient, user-friendly, and scalable solutions.
Computer Operator I 27010712 - HA-IT DATA CENTER Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Monitors daily batch processes using tools provided; responds correctly to abnormal conditions; notifies on-call support via telephone and email and correctly relates the situation; follows written and oral instructions for resolving abnormal conditions. This position is responsible for basic level data center systems operations. Answers After-hours IT help desk calls. Provides basic assistance and creates and routes Service Requests appropriately.
IT Analyst II 27010717 - HA-CLINICAL APPS SUPPORT Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This position is a member of the application team providing primary support for Colleges in UF Health, including the College of Dentistry and the College of Veterinary Medicine. The primary responsibilities of this intermediate position are to support the application team through planning, organizing, upgrading, and integrating related systems.This position also serves as liaison between staff, faculty, vendors and others as needed. Under the direction of UF Health Information Technology IT Analyst 3, IT Manager or Director the incumbent will establish goals, objectives, priorities, and performance metrics for their assignments. The incumbent collaborates with other organizations, both internal and external to UF Health IT, to leverage ideas and resources to deliver solutions to meet institutional goals and customer needs. The incumbent will also serve as a backup to other members of the team.
Specialist, Interactive Media 18300000 - ED-LASTINGER CENTER Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Interactive Media Specialist will be responsible for designing, developing, and implementing interactive media projects that enhance user engagement and experience. The Interactive Media Specialist will help produce documents, creative assets, and interactive media. This position is time-limited and soft-funded.
Video Supervisor 13500000 - PC-PHILLIPS CENTER Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Video Supervisor is responsible for all video related activities and systems for University of Florida Performing Arts. This includes, projection, live streaming, training, and supervising video crew, managing equipment maintenance, purchasing, and rentals. The Video Supervisor will also stay current with new technologies and software, such as QLab, and ensure successful event advancement. Additionally, this role will periodically require acting as a Stage Supervisor to lead and supervise crew during event load ins, setups, tech rehearsals, performances, and load outs.
Data Analyst Specialist 18300000 - ED-LASTINGER CENTER Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Lastinger Center for Learning is seeking a dedicated and experienced Data Analyst Specialist to support our mission of enhancing educational outcomes through data-driven insights. This role requires a deep understanding of data visualization and database management systems, with a strong emphasis on Microsoft Power BI. The Data Analyst Specialist will play a crucial role in designing, developing, and maintaining interactive dashboards that inform strategic decisions and improve educational practices. Additionally, this role will take part in maintaining data integrity, developing business intelligence solutions, and contributing to various projects aimed at enhancing organizational efficiency and effectiveness. This position is soft-funded and time-limited.
Student Graphic Designer 04050000 - SL-DEAN OF STUDENTS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The graphic design student assistant within the Division of Student Life Department of Marketing & Strategic Communications is visually minded, a storyteller at heart, and energized by creative challenges and reimagining what’s possible. This position will work alongside the Division’s full time Graphic Designer to create captivating designs that showcase and support the Gator student experience
Facilities Info Mgmt Coordr 61040000 - VPBA-TECHNICAL SERVICES Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Assist in maintaining an accurate space account system including, but not limited to, textual space data, tracking of related documents, floor plans and/or 3D Building information Models. The position will also involve an active role in space analysis and the University's construction/renovation program. Duties will also include: Assisting the Facilities Information Specialist (FIS), and various UF entities with the collection and review of project documents; updating and creating floorplans, design drawings, etc. using geographic information systems (GIS) and BIM (Revit). Also support in-field LiDAR data collection for both internal and external university uses. The ideal candidate will thrive in a fast-paced and dynamic organization. They should have the ability to work independently and demonstrate a high level of competence and experience working with a multitude of teams, while working effectively with other team members. Candidates should have a willingness to conduct periodic field work for data collection.
Adjunct Lecturer in Animation 13050000 - DW-DIGITAL WORLD Remote/Flexible
The University of Florida Digital Worlds Institute in the College of the Arts is seeking a qualified adjunct instructor to teach DIG3305 3D Digital Animation Techniques online for Fall 2024. The ideal candidate will have expertise in digital 3D animation techniques and a thorough understanding of the principles of animation, along with experience in online instruction. This online course comes with pre-created asynchronous learning content, assessments, and supplemental materials and requires the instructor of record to provide online facilitation, create supplemental content, grading, and feedback. This remote position requires an estimated 8-12 hours/week to support this course. This time-limited appointment is from August 16, 2024 to December 31, 2024. This is an excellent opportunity to join our dynamic team and contribute to the education and success of our students.
Adjunct Lecturer in Digital Arts and Sciences 13050000 - DW-DIGITAL WORLD Remote/Flexible
The Digital Worlds Institute in the College of the Arts seeks a professional Adjunct Lecturer to teach DIG 3588C Digital Portfolio. This course equips students with the technical and design skills necessary to craft compelling digital portfolios featuring interactive media, suitable for professional distribution. Additionally, students will learn strategies for leveraging social media, digital branding, and personal marketing to enhance their professional presence. This remote position requires an estimated 8-12 hours/week to support this course. This time-limited appointment is from August 16, 2024 – December 31, 2024. This online course comes with pre-created asynchronous learning content, assessments, and supplemental materials and requires the instructor of record to provide online facilitation, development of supplemental content, grading, and feedback.
Adjunct Lecturer in Game Content and Production 13050000 - DW-DIGITAL WORLD Remote/Flexible
The Digital Worlds Institute in the College of the Arts seeks a professional Adjunct Lecturer to teach DIG3713 Game Content Production 1 online for Fall 2024. The ideal candidate possesses experience in industry-quality game design, mastery of the production pipelines, and a passion for educating future generations of game developers and artists. DIG3713 Game Content Production 1 emphasizes instruction on Unity game development and a deep understanding and practice of game design, including the creation of 2D game assets, level design, and scripting techniques. It aims to impart to students the professional methodologies employed in crafting engaging multi-level games within the 2-2.5D space.
Postdoctoral Associate 29240101 - MD-HOBI-GENERAL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Biomedical Informatics Program (BMI) is hosted within the Department of Health Outcomes and Biomedical Informatics (HOBI) and is closely affiliated with the Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI). It engages in a broad spectrum of informatics research and service initiatives across the University of Florida (UF). These services include building the informatics infrastructure for the OneFlorida Clinical Research Network. BMI is responsible for establishing and maintaining the software, infrastructure, and data management processes required for all these networks. Recently, leveraging a $50 million hardware (i.e., HiPerGator AI cluster–top 20 worldwide with 140 NVIDIA SuperPODs and 1,120 A100 GPUs) from NVIDIA, we created GatorTron and GatorTronGPT—the largest clinical large language models (LLMs) trained with all UF Health patients’ clinical notes. This position will work under the guidance of Dr. Xing He, in collaboration with a team of data scientists, clinicians, bioinformaticians and computer scientists to fulfill the research and service missions of the BMI program, especially for NLP projects. You will play a crucial role in designing, developing, and maintaining innovative software applications that utilize the capabilities of natural language processing (NLP) and LLMs to enhance healthcare outcomes and biomedical informatics. Your contributions will directly influence patient care, clinical decision-making, and medical research. Responsibilities: 1. Natural Language Processing (NLP): Leverage NLP techniques to process and analyze unstructured text data, such as clinical notes and medical literature. Apply state-of-the-art NLP algorithms to extract valuable insights from textual data, leading to improved patient outcomes and enhanced healthcare services. 2. Integration of Large Language Models (LLMs): Utilize LLMs to build intelligent applications capable of understanding, generating, and responding to natural language inputs. Integrate these language models into healthcare applications to enhance their capabilities and provide intelligent user interactions. 3. Collaborative Projects: Work closely with healthcare professionals, researchers, and informatics experts to understand their requirements and collaborate on projects that address critical challenges in healthcare data analysis, decision support, and knowledge management. 4. Data Security and Compliance: Ensure that all software applications adhere to strict data security and privacy regulations, especially when handling sensitive patient information and medical records. 5. Testing and Quality Assurance: Conduct rigorous testing of developed applications to ensure their accuracy, reliability, and performance. Implement effective quality assurance processes to maintain high standards throughout the development lifecycle. 6. Documentation and Training: Create comprehensive documentation for the developed applications, including technical specifications and user manuals. Provide training sessions to end-users, enabling them to effectively utilize and benefit from the software tools. 7. Research and Innovation: Stay abreast of the latest advancements in NLP, open-source LLMs, and healthcare informatics. Contribute to research efforts within the department to continuously improve and innovate healthcare applications and technologies.
Assistant/Associate/Full Instructional Professor 19140000 - EG-COMPUTER / INFO SCI & ENG Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering at the University of Florida invites applications for multiple 12-month, non-tenure track, full-time, position at the rank of Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Master Lecturer (working title of Assistant/Associate/Full Instructional Professor) in the Department of Computer & Information Sciences & Engineering (CISE) at the University of Florida.

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