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Research Coordinator III 57720000 - INSTITUTE-CHILD HEALTH POLICY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This position is responsible for coordinating research efforts within a team setting for analyzing and assessing the effectiveness of health plan quality initiatives, producing written reports and presentation materials related to the quality of care provided to Texas Medicaid and CHIP beneficiaries. Coordinates qualitative assessments of health plans and their Quality Improvement (QI) structure and processes. Applies implementation science methods to evaluate health plan Performance Improvement Projects (PIPs) and provide health plans with meaningful guidance to improve QI efforts and health outcomes of the Medicaid population. Refines and implements program procedures for assessment of health plans, through evaluative reviews of health plan reports and documents. Contributes to development of quality improvement strategies for state Medicaid program and multiple participating health plans; coordinates efforts of the team to ensure efficient workflow.
Application Access and Security Analyst 14800000 - IT-APPS DEVELOP & INTEGRATION Main Campus (Gainesville, FL), Remote/Flexible
UF Information Technology (UFIT) is currently seeking an intermediate level Application Access and Security Analyst to join Applications, Development, and Integrations (ADI), a unit within UFIT, and will support the university’s success through service and operational excellence. 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.
Research Administrator II 60150000 - AG-FOOD SCIENCE / HUMAN NUTR Main Campus (Gainesville, FL), Remote/Flexible
The Food Science and Human Nutrition (FSHN) Department is seeking a motivated, diligent, service attentive individual to support scientists who are working to discover solutions to the most important issues related to food and nutrition. This position will provide comprehensive pre- & post-award research administration to faculty/principal investigators to ensure effective coordination of research administration services, systems, policies, processes, and compliance. Major duties include participating in proposal and complex budget development, review, and submission of grant proposals, ensuring compliance, management of other research related agreements, and award management. This position reports to the Research Administrator III of the FSHN Department. The Research Administrator II is a mid-level position with prior experience in research administration, who applies acquired skills, and knowledge to complete assignments/projects/tasks of moderate scope and complexity, exercises judgment within defined guidelines, and determines appropriate action.
Federal Work Study - Student Assistant (College of Education) 18010000 - ED-DN OFFICE Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The College of Education Building Coordinator is looking to hire an enthusiastic student assistant to assist with building tasks. The student assistant is a key support staff member for the Building Coordinator. Student assistant tasks include but are not limited to.
Anesthesia Veterinary Assistant (CARE) 28318000 - VM-ANESTHESIOLOGY/PAIN MGT Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The College of Veterinary Medicine is seeking an Anesthesia Assistant to help maintain the anesthesia machines, equipment and service area to allow certified anesthesia technicians to focus on patient care.
Medical Technologist II 29081100 - MD-PATH - UF PATH LABS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Senior Medical Technologist /Medical Technologist II will be responsible for performing specialized testing in the areas of chemistry, immunology, hematology, and coagulation in a CAP accredited laboratory. This position is responsible for the performance, quality, and accuracy of the results reported; maintenance of instrumentation, including scheduled, preventive, and troubleshooting, as needed; preparation of standards, calibrators, and reagents; and adherence to the laboratory's quality management program.
Sponsored Programs Officer I 11060000 - RE-SPONSORED PROGRAMS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
UF Research is the University of Florida’s central sponsored programs and research administrative office responsible for the oversight and management of over $1 billion of research activity from nearly 1000 different sponsors. The Division of Sponsored Programs (DSP) is UF Research’s primary division that is responsible for submitting Principal Investigator’s proposals, negotiating, accepting and facilitating awards on behalf of the University of Florida. The Sponsored Programs Officer I is an entry-level position within UF’s Division of Sponsored Programs responsible for learning and facilitating a wide range of sponsored programs administration activities. Entry-level professional with limited or no prior experience; learns to use professional concepts to resolve problems of limited scope and complexity; works on developmental assignments that are initially routine in nature, requiring limited judgment and decision making.
Marketing and Comm Specialist I 60070000 - AG-AGRICUL / BIOLOGICAL ENG Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This position is responsible for managing educational media/communications/branding programs in the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering (ABE). Included in the responsibilities are departmental newsletters, blog, social media efforts, and other digital and print media outreach and promotion for ABE. The person in this position will recommend policies and procedures to effectively accomplish departmental communications in ABE. The position reports directly to the Department Chair. Selected candidate is expected to coordinate with UF/IFAS Communications and other University communications groups as needed toward promoting ABE and ensuring cohesiveness with university identity policies and branding strategies.
Cytogenetic Technologist II 29081100 - MD-PATH - UF PATH LABS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This Medical Technologist II will perform specialized testing in the area of Cytogenetics in a CAP accredited laboratory. The clinical assessment of human genetic disease in this laboratory involves the use of the most current and approved cytogenetic testing methodologies (e.g., karyotyping, FISH, and microarray testing) to address a variety of clinical needs (e.g., cancer, congenital, and prenatal assessments).
Veterinary Hospital Accounts Receivable Representative (CARE) 28319000 - VM-SAH CUSTOMER SERVICE Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The University of Florida Veterinary Hospital is seeking for a qualified candidate to join our Accounts Receivable and Medical Records team.The Veterinary Hospital Accounts Receivable Representative provides support for the hospital with Accounts Receivable and Medical Records with an emphasis on Research accounts. This position is integral member and acts as a point person for communication with clients, referring veterinarians, and other areas of the hospital in regards to medical records and billing.
Veterinary OR Surgical Technician I/II (CARE) 28311105 - VM-OPERATING ROOM SERVICES Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The AAHA accredited Small Animal Hospital is recruiting for an operating room technician to join our growing team. The OR team supports services throughout the hospital especially our surgery and anesthesia services. This position assists with surgical procedures and perform routine nursing care such as surgical preparation, aseptic technique, and patient handling and restraint.
Research Administrator II 29180300 - MD-NEUROLOGY-MOVEMENT DISORDER Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Department of Neurology in the College of Medicine is committed to advancing medical knowledge and improving patient care through cutting-edge research. Our Academic Medicine Office supports a dynamic and collaborative environment where innovative research can flourish. We are currently seeking a motivated and detail-oriented Research Administrator II to join our team.
Veterinary Technician I/II- WEC (CARE) 28360000 - VM-WORLD EQUESTRIAN CENTER Marion
The University of Florida Veterinary Hospitals is seeking Small Animal Veterinary Technicians to join our team at our hospital at the World Equestrian Center in Ocala, FL. This individual will assist clinicians with routine and urgent examinations, treatments, clinical procedures, and hospitalization nursing care. We offer highly competitive wages and benefits including health benefits, retention bonuses, licensing fees paid, and more!
Progressive Care Ward Veterinary Technician I/II (CARE) 28311001 - VM-ICU AND PCW SERVICES Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The University of Florida Small Animal Hospital is seeking self-motivated and compassionate veterinary technicians to become part of our Progressive Care Ward team. The PCW acts as the stable patient care hub for the entire small animal hospital, ensuring each new day offers an exciting and varied array of patient cases. Our cutting edge facility offers you the opportunity to learn advanced patient care techniques in a supportive learning atmosphere. The PCW is the perfect gateway for new and experienced technicians to become better acquainted with the hospital’s culture and practices. Our technicians work in a fast-paced, teaching-driven environment alongside other experienced veterinary technicians, volunteers, students, and clinicians. Applicants must be a motivated, well-organized, and caring individuals who are knowledgeable and skillful in the nursing care of general and critically ill animal patients. A person in this position must possess excellent communication skills and be proactive in determining the needs of the hospital. A successful applicant should enjoy learning new things and can quickly adapt to a changing environment. They need to possess a good base knowledge of veterinary medicine and express a positive attitude in their daily work. The individual must be able to communicate effectively, and demonstrate critical thinking and professionalism. Individual is considered essential personnel and part of the Emergency response team which may include reporting to work during Main Campus closures. Available Shifts: This area needs coverage 24 hours/7 days a week. We are currently seeking to fill open weekend and overnight positions. Shifts are 3 days per week working 13-hour shifts. The individual's schedule may change, with a 2-week notice, to accommodate staffing and caseload needs. This position is required to cover assigned holidays throughout the year.
Administrative Assistant II 29050900 - MD-PULMONARY MEDICINE Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Department of Medicine, Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleep Medicine is seeking a full time Administrative Assistant II. This position is responsible for providing administrative and fiscal support for faculty and staff in the Division.
Fiscal Assistant III 29080100 - MD-PATHOLOGY-GENERAL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This position is located in the Department of Pathology fiscal office. The incumbent will process fiscal transactions, audit reports, assist with fiscal and grants management. Serve as backup to other departmental Fiscal personnel.
Biological Scientist IV 29080100 - MD-PATHOLOGY-GENERAL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This position will serve as a Biological Scientist IV for the Network of Pancreatic Organ Donors with Diabetes (nPOD) project (www.jdrfnpod.org), as well as other research projects within the UF Diabetes Institute and collaborative projects with other domestic and international research programs that utilize human tissues. The incumbent is expected to provide exclusive knowledge of the nPOD biorepository and its databases, novel research methodologies, and many years of research experience pertinent to Type 1 diabetes. Responsibilities include defining goals for research projects, offering consultations, and staying abreast of technological advances, changes in research studies and standards, and current research findings. Specific activities include, but are not limited to: study design, execution, management, and interpretation of project results involving the interrogation of morphological, cellular, and molecular alterations using "omic" assays and imaging techniques; directing the work of newly-formed nPOD working groups, promoting their collaboration, and evaluating their results; manuscript and grant writing; presenting research findings to project teams, governance bodies, and at scientific meetings.
Research Assistant (OPS) 29240101 - MD-HOBI-GENERAL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Department of Health Outcomes and Biomedical Informatics (HOBI) in the College of Medicine is seeking a Research Assistant to assist in manual chart reviews, literature reviews, and reviews of clinical notes and data. The Research Assistant will work on a variety of projects for Biomedical Informatics faculty. While each project will vary in its subject matter, research efforts often focus on improving health outcomes by using real-world data like electronic healthcare records (EHR) to examine trends in health outcomes, explore the impact of social and behavioral determinants of health, and supplement clinical trial data for increased generalizability. This is a part-time, hourly, time-limited position.
Research Assistant Scientist 29180500 - MD-BEHAVIORAL NEUROLOGY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
We are seeking a highly motivated and experienced Research Assistant Scientist to lead and conduct research projects aimed at understanding the spinal control mechanisms involved in balance and walking function in older adults. The successful candidate will have extensive experience working with older adult research participants who have walking deficits and in assessments of neural control of walking.
ASO DIR, Administrative Svcs 11200000 - RE-IACUC Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This is a highly responsible position, which reports to the Director of Research Operations and Services for Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) administrative services. The Institutional Animal Care & Use Committee (IACUC) consists of groups of scientists and others who review the use of animals in research and teaching at UF under the rules and regulations of the USDA, NIH/OLAW and others who safeguard the welfare of these animals. The University of Florida’s IACUC reviews animal research conducted at the Health Center, the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences and IFAS. The IACUC administrative services office processes several thousand submissions each year consisting of new protocols and annual renewals, revisions, and facility inspection reports. The rules and regulations under which the IACUC functions (PHS policy and the Animal Welfare Act) must be understood by the person in this position and must be communicated to faculty, staff, students, Department Chairs, Deans, and Directors. This position is responsible for administrating UF’s compliance with these rules and regulations, facilitating the participation of faculty and students in the appropriate use of animals, and supervising the IACUC office staff in these endeavors.

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