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Core Research Facility Technician III 11600107 - RE-ICBR-NEXTGEN Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The position of Core Research Facility Technician III in the Interdisciplinary Center for Biotechnology (ICBR) will contribute to the support of research projects conducted in the ICBR NGS Core lab and requires training in molecular biology with hands on experience in DNA library construction for the Illumina platform. Familiarity with the PacBio and Oxford NanoPore next-generation sequencing technologies is desired. Responsibilities include performing quality control (QC) assays of samples, construction of high-quality sequencing libraries (Illumina, PacBio and ONT), protocol troubleshooting, set-up of instrument runs and sequencers and other instrument maintenance. This individual must be able to multitask, think critically, problem-solve and work independently, and adhere to all University of Florida and ICBR laboratory safety standards and requirements.
Veterinary Technician I/II (CARE) 28311000 - VM-HOSPITAL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The AAHA accredited Small Animal Hospital is seeking career technicians to apply and work in our floater pool. This is a great opportunity for the new technician wanted to learn more or the experienced tech wanting the experience of working in an academic facility. A floater technician assists in various services throughout the hospital including but not limited to specialty services, emergency and critical care, and our satellite emergency clinic. In this position, you will work with veterinarians, students, fellow veterinary technicians/nurses, and assistants to provide exemplarily patient care. Our mission is to provide world-class patient care, exemplary client and referring veterinarian communication, and the best possible education for our students and the profession. 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, demonstrate critical thinking and professionalism. This is a full time benefited position and requires a post offer health assessment.
Veterinary Technician I (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, demonstrate critical thinking and professionalism. This is a full time, benefited position and requires a post offer health assessment and criminal background check.
Administrative Spec II 29120000 - MD-PSYCHIATRY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Oversees administrative aspects of department human resources activities for all salary plans. This position is responsible for the daily management of the Department’s Human Resources team and tasks related to faculty recruitment. This position plans, organizes, directs, and controls the activities of the department’s human resources team under the general supervision of the Assistant Director. Currently, the department employees approximately 240 employees. The primary goal is to ensure all personnel transactions are processed so that all employees receive a paycheck in a timely manner; onboard /off board all faculty positions for the department; current faculty requests; and maintain faculty leave, by entering leave into PeopleSoft. This position is also responsible for on/off boarding for Courtesy faculty, Adjuncts, Research Postdocs and Graduate Assistants.
Laboratory Technician I 60212100 - AG-SOIL SAMPLE INCIDENTAL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This full-time position is located at the IFAS Analytical Services Laboratories (ANSERV Labs), in Gainesville, Florida. This position requires both operation and maintenance of segmented flow autoanalyzer(s) conducting primarily TKN/Ammonia/Nitrate/Total Phosphorus (TP)/Orth-phosphate (OP) analyses. Assignments to other instruments and sections and duties such as other auto- or discrete- analyzers, digestions, extractions, samples preps, cleaning, etc. is expected, as per the need. Knowledge of Quality Assurance and Quality Control (QA/QC) for certified and standard analyses, data acquisition, processing, reviewing, reporting, instrument maintenance, chemical inventories, good computer skills, are highly desired. Ability to assist in method improvements/development and train backup person(s) is needed. A team player with a high degree of communication skills is preferred.
Biological Scientist II - Department of Neurosurgery, UF Preston A. Wells Center for Brain Timor Immunotherapy 29190000 - MD-NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Due to expanding research opportunities, the University of Florida’s Preston A. Wells, Jr. Center for Brain Tumor and Immunotherapy Program in the Department of Neurosurgery is seeking an experienced biological scientist to conduct research and coordinate laboratory activities related to neuro-oncology. This position will be responsible for providing research and laboratory support, animal support services and conducting animal research.
Federal Work Study - Student Assistant (ADM-OP/REC/TE) 03020000 - EM-OFFICE OF ADMISSIONS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Office of Admissions is recruiting for student assistant positions. The Office of Admissions Student Assistants will be responsible for working with application processing at all levels and maintaining visually imaged documents. Student assistants may also provide lobby coverage, data entry, copying, mailing, filing, deliveries, and perform other clerical duties and general office tasks. Student assistants may also help with outreach programs and campus tours. Computer skills are required.
Associate Director, Sorority and Fraternity Affairs 04080200 - SA-SAI-GREEK LIFE Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Associate Director will be a member of the professional team for Sorority and Fraternity Affairs within the Division of Student Affairs. The Associate Director will be responsible for providing support to the sorority and fraternity community and assisting with the operation of Sorority and Fraternity Affairs. Duties shall include supervision of two full-time professional staff members, coordinating internal operations and assessment efforts for the office, assisting the Director in decisions that impact office business practices. The Associate Director will provide advising to the social sororities and fraternities and governing councils, assisting with programming initiatives for the Greek community, and assisting with administration of policies related to management of sororities and fraternities (including chapter housing facilities).
Large Animal Hospital Service Veterinary Technician I/II - Surgery (CARE) 28321100 - VM-SURGERY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The University of Florida, Large Animal Hospital is recruiting for a Service Veterinary Technician I/II – (CARE) for the Large Animal Surgery Service.
Clinical Service Representative I 34070101 - DN-ORTHODONTICS ADMIN Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Clinical Service Representative I coordinates patient care for the Faculty Orthodontic, Faculty Endodontic and Faculty Periodontic practices. The incumbent assists patients, makes appointments, collects fees, and acts as the "gate keeper" for Faculty Orthodontic, Faculty Endodontic and Faculty Periodontic clinical practices for fourteen faculty doctors. This is an administrative and a public relations activity requiring independent action, decision making, and exceptional interpersonal skills. The incumbent reports to the Chair of Orthodontics. Train new employees. Act as lead receptionist. Lead meetings with new employees discussing struggles and successes. Run missing treatment card notes report in Dolphin. Run Missing Charges report in Axium. Attend Marketing events at expos representing Faculty Endo, Perio, and Ortho. Call in prescriptions for Perio Faculty. Provide specialty doctors with monthly reporting case acceptance and patient retention reports. Complete missing notes/charges reports weekly, ensure entries are made timely. Provide new doctor orientation to all new doctors in faculty practice. Be the patient advocate for all of faculty practice, escalate to practice manager as necessary.
Biological Scientist I 60230000 - AG-HORTICULTURAL SCIENCES Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This position is responsible for data collection, performing, and analyzing laboratory and greenhouse experiments, monitoring all other laboratory, greenhouse, and field activities, ordering supplies and equipment and maintaining all facilities, equipment, and materials in good order. The oversees and coordinates the activities of other personnel in the laboratory and ensures that employees are up to date on training when necessary.
OPS - Sponsored Projects Non - Clerical 29050400 - MD-CARDIOLOGY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Department of Medicine, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine is looking to fill an OPS position.
Medical Scientist II 29052001 - MD-INST FOR THERAPEUTIC INNOV Orange
The Department of Medicine, Division of The Institute for Therapeutic Innovations is looking to fill a Medical Scientist II position at their Orlando, Florida location.
Administrative Support AST I 29050800 - MD-INFECTIOUS DISEASES Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Department of Medicine, Division of IDGM is looking to fill a Administrative Support Assistant I position.
Biological Scientist II 29080100 - MD-PATHOLOGY-GENERAL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The biological scientist will provide high quality, state-of-the-art histology and immunolocalization services to research faculty and investigators. He/She will be responsible for performing a variety of established laboratory procedures as well as have the research experience to work independently and participate in troubleshooting techniques as needed. This position's duties include, but are not limited to, handling animal and human tissue/cell samples to conduct histology services and immunolocalization experiments for analysis and standardization; data entry; attending laboratory meetings; preparing data for presentations; writing methodologies for manuscript submission; working with in situ hybridization; fluorescence in situ hybridization; enzyme histochemistry; routine direct light microscopy; fluorescence microscopy; digital imaging microscopy techniques; image analysis, and other duties as assigned.
OPS Diabetes Peer Coach (Part-Time) - Pediatrics Endocrinology 29090900 - MD-PEDS-ENDOCRINOLOGY Dade
The Department of Pediatrics seeks dedicated and caring diabetes peer coaches to work with medically underserved communities with Type 1 Diabetes and Type 2 Diabetes throughout Florida.  This part-time diabetes peer coach position in Dade County, Florida is funded through the Extension for Community Health Outcomes Type 1 Diabetes and Type 2 Diabetes grant and are time-limited positions related to the goals of the pilot/feasibility stage of the project.
Environmental Health & Safety Coordinator II 71010000 - EHS-ENVR / HLTH / SAFETY-ADMIN Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Environmental Health & Safety has an opening for an EH&S Coordinator II position. This position contributes to the overall Risk Management Program for UF, monitors the UF AED program, investigates environmental health & safety concerns, and recommends policies and procedures to effectively administer such programs.
Research Coordinator I 19050000 - EG-ELECTRICAL / COMPUTER ENG Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This position is responsible for the daily coordination and management of administrative, fiscal, and outreach activities of the Edaptive Computing Inc Transition Center (ECI TC) within the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering (HWCOE). The Research Coordinator will report to and perform other duties assigned by the Director of the center. Primary responsibilities will include engaging in outreach and marketing activities to promote the Center and recruit participants and serving as a liaison between the Center’s Director and faculty vis-a-vis participants from government and industry agencies, educational institutions or elsewhere, as well as other ECE, HWCOE and other UF department’s staff, as needed. The ECI TC Research Coordinator will also be responsible for performing various miscellaneous tasks pertaining to the promotion and efficient management of the Center objectives, including development of consent for and maintenance of the Center’s website; purchase materials and consumables for workshops, webinars, events, center promotion activities, and pertinent lab instruments; and facilitating the travel arrangements and reimbursements of the Center’s faculty and engineers.
Laboratory Technician II 29120000 - MD-PSYCHIATRY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The laboratory technician II will assist with animal studies to determine how dopamine and corticosterone transmission affects nicotine intake and anhedonia in nicotine dependent rats..
Student Assistant - Administrative Support 16840100 - LS-GRAHAM CENTER - GENERAL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Bob Graham Center Student Assistant ensures that all visitors and callers receive courteous and prompt attention. They will greet office visitors and answer questions for students, staff and faculty, and other constituents. This position may assist with the organization and operations of the office and may also complete various administrative tasks or assist with special projects. This position requires patience, warmth, confidentiality, discretion and problem-solving skills.

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