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Chief Labor Negotiator 02010500 - PV-FACULTY AFFAIRS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
You belong at a University that is Rising The University of Florida, ranked No. 5 of the best public research universities and the flagship university of the state of Florida, is now seeking applications for the next Chief Labor Negotiator. This position serves as Chief Labor Negotiator for the University of Florida Board of Trustees (UF) with the United Faculty of Florida (UFF) and the Graduate Assistants United (GAU) unions.
Compliance Specialist 04010000 - SL-STUDENT LIFE Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Compliance and Policy Specialist leads Division of Student Life (“DSL”) efforts related to compliance and policy. They provide divisional leaders and employees with compliance and policy education and resources and provide educational opportunities for staff, faculty, and students on issues related to university, division and regulatory policy and compliance. Works collaboratively with the other campus units involved in compliance efforts in support of the DSL as new regulations and policies are developed. Ensures the DSL remains in compliance with federal, state, and campus restrictions. Works directly with the DSL Department of Assessment and Research to ensure compliance in division research initiatives, program reviews, and division safety and security issues related to finance, technology services and general operational functions. This position is open to current UF employees only.
Contracting Officer I 11130000 - RE-CLINICAL RESEARCH Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This is an entry level position as part of the professional contracting team within the Office of Clinical Research (OCR) and represents the University of Florida (UF) in the preparation, negotiation, and execution of all financial and non-financial contracts and related agreements under the purview of OCR. The Officer is responsible for learning and facilitating a wide range of sponsored programs administration activities, maintaining a high level of professional knowledge through self-study, research, and participation in professional development, with a high level of professional conduct that is becoming of a UF employee. The Officer will review, research, analyze and, in consultation with UF General Counsel, interpret applicable laws, governmental regulations, and sponsor requirements relating to the contracts and related agreements under the purview of OCR to ensure compliance for UF. The Officer will leverage established policies, procedures, contract templates, and internal forms as appropriate to document compliance. The Officer is expected to be a point of contact for all contractual activities under the purview of the OCR.
Security Guard I - Jupiter, FL 37021200 - SR-SECURITY Palm Beach
UF Scripps Biomedical Research invites applications for a Security Guard I position. This vital position serves security functions assigned to UF’s Jupiter campus located in Palm Beach County. The individual chosen to fill this position, will be responsible for safeguarding employees, equipment, and facilities against fire, theft, vandalism, unauthorized entry, and other potential hazards. Provides periodic tours of campus, reporting irregularities, damage, theft, or unusual occurrences, must be able to work independently, be detail-oriented, and willing to work shift work. If you feel that you meet these qualifications, please submit your application and resume for consideration.
Visiting Professor - Levin College of Law 24010300 - LW-ASSOC DEAN-ACADEMIC Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The University of Florida Levin College of Law is currently seeking applications for visiting faculty positions for the Fall 2022 and/or Spring 2023 semesters in the areas of Environmental Law, Intellectual Property, Antitrust, International Law, Criminal Law, and Property. Other courses in an elective subject of the visitors' interests will be considered. The University of Florida, located in Gainesville, FL, is currently the fifth-best public research institution in the nation and the flagship university of the third-largest state. This is a temporary, non-tenure accruing position, but tenured professors from other law schools are encouraged to apply.
Academic Researcher, Center for Government Responsibility - Visiting Assistant Scholar 24080000 - LW-GOVERNMENTAL RESPONSIBILITY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Center for Governmental Responsibility (CGR) at the University of Florida Levin College of Law seeks to hire an Academic Researcher to assist with the work of the center, including initiatives related to the Equal Rights Amendment, heirs’ property and community preservation, privacy, and social justice more generally.
Police Communication Operator III 73010000 - UPD-ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
First line supervisory position overseeing all employees (sworn and non-sworn) assigned to work in the UFPD Communications Center. Supervise, train, advise, and counsel all employees assigned. Regulate activities and provide instruction regarding duties and responsibilities of Police Communications Operators to subordinates. Conduct briefings (as necessary) prior to shift assignments (i.e., inspect employees; explain and discuss new/revised department orders, memos, and directives; and conduct training of routine and newly developed procedures for performing dispatching functions). Ensure all calls for service are handled as quickly and professionally as possible. Review, evaluate, and approve all shift subordinates’ work performance, evaluations, time record (sick, vacation, overtime, and compensatory time), and work schedules. Receive, investigate and aid in the resolution of any complaint registered from and/or against shift employees, work schedule conflicts, grievances, personal conflicts, or other issues (as necessary). Exercise authority to take disciplinary actions, or to recommend such actions effectively. Coordinate resources between local law enforcement and fire rescue agencies. 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.
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.
Visiting Legal Skills Lecturer - Drafting & Writing 24010300 - LW-ASSOC DEAN-ACADEMIC Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA LEVIN COLLEGE OF LAW seeks up to two visiting Lecturers during the 2022-2023 academic year to teach our required upper-level legal drafting course and potentially other legal writing courses. We prefer candidates who are able to visit for the entire academic year, but we will also consider candidates interested in visiting during either the fall or spring semester only. Successful candidates will have strong legal writing skills, a commitment to excellence in teaching, and enthusiasm for creating an inclusive environment for all students. Application materials should include a cover letter and a resume with at least three references. Materials may be uploaded at http://jobs.ufl.edu. For further information, applicants may contact Associate Dean Silvia Menendez at appointments@law.ufl.edu. Salary will be commensurate with experience. For successful candidates who are already full-time lectures/professors at other law schools, the Levin College of Law will reimburse their home institutions and offer additional stipends to defray the costs of housing. The Levin College of Law fosters a diverse and inclusive environment for faculty, staff, and students, and we welcome applications from candidates with diverse backgrounds and perspectives. The University of Florida is committed to non-discrimination with respect to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, marital status, political opinions or affiliations, genetic information, disability, and veteran status in all aspects of employment.
Head of Resource Services/Professor of Legal Research 24040200 - LW-LIC TECHNOLOGY SERVICES Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Head of Resource Services/Professor of Legal Research is responsible for ensuring patron access to the wide variety of electronic resources that the Legal Information Center (LIC) makes available to its patrons. This position will serve as a key technical resource for the LIC’s integrated library system, Alma, and will work collaboratively with the LIC’s Head of Metadata, Head of Collection Development, Acquisitions/Accounting Manager, Smathers Libraries, the University of Florida’s main library system, the Florida Academic Library Services Cooperative, and vendors to ensure accessibility to electronic resources. Additionally, this position will participate in a variety of LIC functions including providing reference services and faculty research support, classroom teaching and other instructional activities at the University of Florida’s Fredric G. Levin College of Law. The Head of Resource Services/Professor of Legal Research reports to the Associate Dean for Legal Information. UF Law Legal Research Faculty are full time 12-month non-tenure track faculty members and receive competitive benefits including annual and sick leave, medical and dental insurance, retirement programs, and tuition remission.
Student Services Specialist/Professor of Legal Research 24040000 - LW-LEGAL INFORMATION CTR Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Student Services Specialist/Professor of Legal Research is part of the Lawton Chiles Legal Information Center’s public services staff and will participate in a variety of LIC functions including providing reference services and faculty research support, classroom teaching and other instructional activities at the University of Florida’s Fredric G. Levin College of Law with a focus on the student experience. This position will act as a liaison to student organizations including co-curricular activities, coordinate the promotion of LIC services and programs to students, and coordinate efforts to assess student needs. The Student Services Specialist/Professor of Legal Research reports to the Assistant Director for Public Services. UF Law Legal Research Faculty are full time 12-month non-tenure track faculty members and receive competitive benefits including annual and sick leave, medical and dental insurance, retirement programs, and tuition remission.
Emerging Legal Technology Specialist/Professor of Legal Research 24040000 - LW-LEGAL INFORMATION CTR Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Emerging Legal Technology Specialist/Professor of Legal Research will be part of the Legal Information Center’s public services staff and will participate in a variety of LIC functions including providing reference services and faculty research support, classroom teaching and other instructional activities at the University of Florida’s Fredric G. Levin College of Law with a focus on emerging legal technology and innovation in legal education and law practice. This position will develop student specific programming focusing on legal technology and be actively involved in supporting the LIC’s Springshare platform including LibGuides.
LECTURER LEGAL SKILLS 24010300 - LW-ASSOC DEAN-ACADEMIC Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The University of Florida Levin College of Law seeks a non-tenure-track Legal Skills Professor to serve as the instructor and director for our newly funded Low Income Taxpayer Clinic (“LITC”). This is a wonderful opportunity for a licensed attorney with substantial experience representing clients in disputes with the IRS and a passion for clinical legal education. We welcome applications from licensed attorneys already working in legal academia as well as practicing lawyers seeking to transition to legal academia. The successful candidate will launch, teach, and administer the clinic and join a faculty committed to innovation and leadership in experiential learning. The primary duty of this 12-month faculty position will be to teach and supervise students working on cases involving tax controversy matters for indigent clients. The successful candidate will ensure that clients receive high-quality representation and students experience the effective, ethical, and reflective practice of tax law litigation; and, will work with students to screen cases that are appropriate for the clinic and accept cases for the clinic as the lawyer of record. Outside of the fall and spring semesters, the successful candidate also will ensure that cases appropriately proceed without student involvement. Finally, the successful candidate will administer the clinic, ensuring compliance with college and university policies, ABA standards, and grant requirements while also applying for grants and otherwise managing funding streams. The successful candidate will be licensed to practice law, possess a strong track record of representing clients in disputes with the IRS, and be committed to excellence in clinical teaching, including by creating an inclusive environment for all students. The Levin College of Law fosters a diverse and inclusive environment for faculty, staff, and students, and we welcome applications from candidates with diverse backgrounds and perspectives.
Police Service Technician - Health Science Center 73030500 - UPD-HEALTH CENTER SECURITY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The University of Florida Police Department invites applications for four vacant Police Service Technician positions. This vital position serve security functions assigned to Health Science Center. The individual chosen to fill this position, must be of good physical health, must be able to work independently, detail-oriented, must be willing to work shift work. If you feel that you meet these qualifications, please submit your application and resume for consideration.
Law Enforcement Officer 73010000 - UPD-ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Patrol (foot, bicycle, and vehicle) assigned area(s) to provide personal safety of university community populace, and provide protection and security for university facilities; maintain orderly flow of traffic, investigate accidents, respond to complaints, disturbances, and law investigations make arrests and apprehensions, issue parking and moving citations, assist other law enforcement agencies, fire department and emergency medical technicians. This position is designated as an Essential Employee. Essential employees provide vital support to the UF 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.


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