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Federal Work Study - Harn Museum Security and Visitor Assistant 57810300 - HN-SECURITY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Harn Museum of Art is recruiting Federal Work Study students to assist with security. Duties include ensuring a safe, welcoming, and secure environment for all visitors and staff of the museum.
Federal Work Study - Museum Technology Assistant 57810700 - HN-TECHNOLOGY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Harn Museum of Art is recruiting a Federal Work Study student to work with the Director of Museum Technology, assisting with all aspects of technology at the Harn Museum.
Federal Work Study - Museum Store Clerk 57850100 - HN-PR AND MARKETING Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Harn Museum of Art is recruiting Federal Work Study students to work as Store Clerks in the Museum Store. The Museum Store Clerk, who will be supervised by the Harn Museum of Art Store Manager, is responsible for customer service, transactions, stocking and maintaining displays, cleaning glass cases, dusting shelves, and other duties as assigned. This is a part-time position with variable hours, including nights and weekends, potentially up to 20 hours per week.
FLMNH Collections Manager II 56022300 - NH-SW FLORIDA ARCHAEOLOGY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Florida Museum of Natural History (FM) is hiring a FM Collections Manager for the South Florida Archaeology and Ethnography (SFAE) Collections within the Department of Natural History. This full-time, TEAMS exempt staff position will serve as the South Florida Archaeology and Ethnography Collections Manager and will report to the Curator of South Florida Archaeology and Ethnography. Duties include maintaining and upgrading archaeological and ethnographic collections; overseeing the SFAE collections and laboratory space; loan processing; collection accessions and deaccessions; coordinating and updating data management system; managing and supervising personnel, researchers, students, volunteers, and visitors; answering public inquiries; managing accounts, budgets, payroll, and purchasing; public outreach engagements and events; participating in research; assisting in acquiring grant-funds as needed to support improvements and use of the collections; liaising with Indigenous communities and museums; and coordinating management of archaeology laboratory and collections at the FM’s Randell Research Center (RRC) with the RRC Operations Manager. With this position we seek to strengthen the FM’s regional, state, and global leadership role in natural history, cultural heritage, education, and public outreach by hiring a creative Collections Manager whose experience can be focused on supporting all SFAE researchers, students, visitors, volunteers, and will foster excellence in a diverse and collaborative society. The FM is actively seeking applicants who contribute to the inclusivity, diversity, equity, and accessibility (IDEA) of both academic and public communities and who have experience working with and supporting underserved and/or underrepresented communities.
Harn Museum Curator of Contemporary Art 57820300 - HN-CONTEMPORARY ART Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
With a thorough knowledge of and academic training in contemporary art, theory or practice, the individual serves as the Curator of Contemporary Art within the Harn Museum of Art. The curator has primary responsibility for the development, management and interpretation of the Museum’s collection of global contemporary art representing all media. Primary duties are defined by the following: in consultation with the Chief Curator and Museum Director, develops the contemporary art collection; along with the registrar, supervises the management of the contemporary art collection; supervises the cataloging of the contemporary art collection; originates exhibitions from the collections and to complement the collections; interprets the collections in cooperation with the museum’s education staff; and conducts ongoing research, publications, journal articles, lectures and scholarly papers on the collections. The curator develops exhibitions within the Museum and for travel to other institutions; actively seeks related loan exhibitions for the museum; and collaborates on interdisciplinary exhibitions and related programs and publications with Harn colleagues and with a diverse group of colleagues, faculty and students across the university and Gainesville community as well as with other museum colleagues nationally and internationally. Within the curatorial department, the curator develops and manages general and project budgets and helps build and monitor use of endowed funds for acquisitions. The curator supervises OPS staff, interns or other volunteers as needed.
OPS Visitor Service Representative 56030120 - NH-VISITOR SERVICES Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Part-time Weekend and Weekday full-shift availability required. 32-36 hours per week, shifts are Monday-Saturday 9:00am-5:30pm and Sunday 12:00pm-5:30pm; This is a time-limited position, one-year minimum commitment preferred. Health benefits available.
OPS Studio Art Model 13020100 - COTA-ART-DIRECTOR Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Seeking models of diverse body types and ages to pose for student artists working in different visual media aspects of the School of Art and Art History. Models are under the general supervision of Faculty.
Federal Work Study - Student Assistant (University Gallery) 13020200 - COTA-UNIVERSITY GALLERY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This position is responsible for monitoring the University Gallery's exhibition space during open hours as well as greeting gallery visitors. The incumbent will be responsible for the opening and closing of exhibitions in the University Gallery and Gary R. Libby Gallery in the College of the Arts. During the fall and spring semesters, the University Gallery is open to the public Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday 10am - 6pm; Thursday 10am - 7pm and Saturday 12 - 4pm. The University Gallery is closed during the summer semesters. The incumbents will be expected to work approximately 8-11 hours per week (minimum) during the semester. The University Gallery is closed between exhibitions and does not require monitoring.
Federal Work Study - Printmaking Lab Assistant 13020100 - COTA-ART-DIRECTOR Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The School of Art and Art History is looking for a federal work-study student to monitor the printmaking labs during open studio hours. Knowledge of printmaking/art processes is encouraged but not required.
Federal Work Study - Darkroom & Computer Lab Assistant 13020100 - COTA-ART-DIRECTOR Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The School of Art and Art History is looking for federal work study students to assist in the photography darkroom and computer lab.
Federal Work Study - Computer Lab Monitor 13020100 - COTA-ART-DIRECTOR Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The School of Art and Art History seeks a UF student with Federal Work Study to provide help maintaining the operation of the art computer lab.
Federal Work Study - Office Assistant (School of Music) 13030100 - COTA-MUSIC-DIRECTOR Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
School of Music seeks a UF student with Federal Work Study to assist with clerical and administrative tasks in Undergraduate Student Services.
OPS Standardized Patient 29010806 - MD-ANACLERIO LEARNING CENTER Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Dr. Angelo and Alberta Anaclerio Learning and Assessment Center (ALAC) provides medical students with Standardized Patient (SPs) simulations. These simulations involve the use of individuals trained to portray the roles of patients, family members or others to allow students to practice physical exam skills, history taking skills, communication skills and other exercises. Multiple standardized patients are being recruited to portray these roles.
DIR, Advancement 13500000 - PC-PHILLIPS CENTER Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This position falls within the employment team of University of Florida Performing Arts. UFPA and University of Florida affirm inclusivity, accessibility, diversity, and equity as essential to a vital, thriving program within UF and its communities. The Director of Advancement will serve as the chief fundraiser for University of Florida Performing Arts (UFPA) and will provide strategic direction for a comprehensive fundraising program in partnership with the Director of UFPA and the Assistant Vice President of Development. The incumbent will be responsible for identifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding major and principal gift level individuals, corporations and foundations as well as Endowment development, annual giving, planned giving, corporate sponsors, and special events. The Director of Advancement will serve on the senior leadership team of UFPA as well as a manager and mentor for the development team.
Director, Research Administration 23010000 - CJC-JOURNALISM/COMMUNICA-DEAN Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Come join the team running one of the top communication research and graduate programs in the world. The University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications (CJC) is dedicated to excellence in its research and graduate programs that are situated in an ideal setting within a top-6 ranked public research university. Proud of its award-winning student body and faculty, the CJC Division of Graduate Studies and Research (GSRD) boasts the diversity made possible by one of the largest enrollments in the country. More than 500 students engage in graduate and advanced studies, including more than 60 doctoral students. More than 50 graduate faculty members in the college teach, conduct research, and provide service.
Meteorologist/Anchor/Producer 23120100 - CJC-WUFT-TV Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Meteorologist/host/anchor/producer opportunity covering hurricanes, tropical storms and other severe weather events for broadcast, digital, mobile and social media in every market of Florida and beyond. The University of Florida’s WUFT-TV/FM hosts FPREN, the operation that is charged with supporting every public radio and television station in Florida, including the markets of Miami, Tampa-St Petersburg, Orlando, Jacksonville, Tallahassee and others, with severe weather coverage on all media platforms. This is an extraordinary opportunity to work in one of America’s Top-10 AAU public institutions and produce severe weather content that’s seen in multiple major markets across Florida. This is a position for a professional with experience in covering severe weather and a desire to be a part of a truly unique, influential and evolving media operation. UF, as one of the nation’s leading public institutions, offers an incredible benefits package and FPREN continues on a growth trajectory that you can play a key role in. Come join us in sunny (and sometimes stormy!) Florida!
Assistant Director of Development 55010600 - LB-LIB DEVELOPMENT-OB TRAVEL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Assistant Director of Development reports directly to the Director of Development and External Relations for the George A. Smathers Libraries and, through the Director, to the Dean of University Libraries and the Senior Director of Advancement, University Initiatives, at the University of Florida Foundation (UFF). The Assistant Director will be responsible for creating and implementing a strategy for identifying, engaging, and developing relationships with donors to support the mission and goals of the Libraries and will fundraise for the Libraries through personal contacts and the facilitation of programs and events that assist the development effort. This individual will identify and cultivate prospects to close both annual and mid-level gifts (up to $25,000). The Assistant Director is also responsible for the Libraries two annual giving societies through the identification, cultivation and solicitation of donors and prospects. Additionally, this person will develop project timelines and maintain data demonstrating project successes and needs in coordination with the Director of Development and External Relations.
Associate Vice President, Business Affairs 61010000 - VPBA-VP Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Associate Vice President of Business Affairs is responsible for implementing strategies that advance the objectives of the division. This includes having direct responsibility for developing and managing the information technology, finance, communications and marketing, supplier diversity, and university event and permitting functions within Business Affairs. Additionally, this role manages complex workplace and university issues, all while engaging with a broad variety of internal and external constituencies. It is important for the Associate Vice President to forge strategic relationships, embrace change and foster new ways of doing business while providing support and transformative leadership. This position functions as a proactive steward of the university’s resources and services, protecting and enhancing them while balancing constituent needs and interests, all while keeping compliance and safety of operations at top of mind. Finally, this position serves as liaison and resource to other Business Affairs divisions, including auxiliary organizations and enterprise operations, as well as to the university community by serving on a variety of university committees and advisory groups.
Executive Director of Engagement and Donor Relations 50010000 - AD-VP ADVANCEMENT Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Executive Director of Engagement and Donor Relations will be responsible for setting a strategic vision for strengthening Advancement’s relationship with external and internal audiences through comprehensive engagement, stewardship, special events, and other programs. Reporting directly to the Associate Vice President of Strategic Communications/Chief Marketing Officer (AVP/CMO), the incumbent will oversee strategic components of donor and alumni engagement throughout the lifecycle of a gift and determine the best strategies to provide an exceptional experience for donors, prospects, and alumni.


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