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Extension Program Specialist (Hybrid) - Pinellas Region 60451000 - AG-FAMILY NUTRITION PROGRAM Pinellas, Remote/Flexible
The UF/IFAS Extension Family Nutrition Program is seeking an enthusiastic professional in Upper Southwest Florida to deliver policy, systems and environment (PSE) change trainings and technical assistance to staff from schools, childcare centers, and other community partners to help make the healthy choice the easy choice in Pinellas and surrounding counties. If you are passionate about health equity, want to make it easier for limited-resource youth to lead healthier lives, and can see yourself working with partners from different sectors to increase healthy food access opportunities, work for FNP!
Extension Agent I - III – Commercial Horticulture 60354041 - AG-MANATEE Manatee
As an Extension Agent, you will work jointly for UF/IFAS Extension and Manatee County government. As an extension educator, you will design, implement, and evaluate commercial horticulture educational programs to assist clientele in nursery crop production and oversee the educational programming for the Living Lab at Geraldson Farm Project. You will devote 5% of your time contributing to our 4-H Youth Development program. Your target audiences will include horticulture producers, allied industry representatives, national, state, and local agencies, Manatee County citizens youth and adult, among others.
County Extension Director and Agriculture/Natural Resources Program Extension/Extension Agent II - IV 60355013 - AG-MIAMI-DADE Dade
We are looking for candidates with academic and people skills who work well in teams, honor their commitments, and innovate in a rapidly changing world. The academic program focus of this Extension Agent position is Agriculture/Natural Resources. As the CED (about 70% of your time), you will lead the total Miami-Dade extension program. As the Agent (about 30% of your time), you will lead through the design, implementation, and evaluation of agricultural education programs designed to assist clientele in small farm management in a resource‐efficient and environmentally sensitive manner.
Water Resources Program Assistant 60354058 - AG-SARASOTA Sarasota
The Extension Program Assistant will work with UF Faculty and County staff to assist with the creation of education, outreach, and volunteer opportunities that enable county residents and visitors to save water and implement best practices that enhance water quality. These services include but are not limited to: water conservation, Fats, Oil, and Grease (FOG), and reclaimed water outreach, irrigation evaluations, and school-age youth outreach and education. The incumbent will also develop and incorporate marketing strategies to inform residents of these programs and educate them about water conservation and water quality enhancement efforts through the website, social media, traditional media outlets, and at community events.
SNAP-Ed Evaluation & Data Coordinator 60451000 - AG-FAMILY NUTRITION PROGRAM In the State of Florida
The UF/IFAS Extension Family Nutrition Program is seeking an evaluation scientist with strong study design, data collection, and analytical research skills in quantitative and survey research to guide evaluation of SNAP-Education activities in Florida. The Evaluation & Data Coordinator will assess statewide needs and determine evaluation priorities for a multi-million-dollar federal grant. They lead a team and coordinate efforts to enhance implementation and expand the evidence-base for SNAP-Ed. Join us to create a healthier Florida!
EXT AGENT II* 60354029 - AG-HILLSBOROUGH Hillsborough
The University of Florida (“UF”) is seeking an Extension Agent II for Fruit and Vegetable Production at UF IFAS, in Hillsborough County, with duties and responsibilities to include teaching, research, extension, and service.
Postdoctoral Associate in Quantum Chemistry 16120100 - LS-CHEMISTRY-GENERAL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Bartlett Group at the Department of Chemistry, University of Florida (UF), Gainesville, FL invites applications for a Postdoctoral Associate position in Quantum Chemistry. The successful candidate will work under the supervision of Graduate Research Professor Rodney Bartlett in the Quantum Theory Project, focusing on extensions of coupled cluster theory and its unitary forms, with an eye toward quantum computing. This one-year appointment is renewable based on performance and funding availability.
Geomatics Instruction and Outreach 60460000 - AG-SCHL FOR, FISH, & GEOMATICS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This Geomatics position collaborates with Geomatics faculty members at the School of Forest, Fisheries, and Geomatics Sciences (SFFGS) for instruction and other matters related to the Geomatics Program. The position is responsible for teaching labs, managing day-to-day lab needs, and developing and executing plans for the Geomatics outreach program in Gainesville and surrounding counties. This position has research, teaching, extension, and administrative duties.
Post Doctoral Associate in Gravitational Wave Astronomy 16360100 - LS-PHYSICS-GENERAL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The LIGO Research Group at the University of Florida invites applications for a postdoctoral position in gravitational wave astronomy and gravitational wave data analysis. The initial appointment is for one year with anticipated extension for two more years. The position is available starting November 2023.
Grounds Supervisor 63520100 - FS-OPER EG GROUNDS-ADMIN Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Reporting to the Grounds Superintendent/Horticulture this position field manages and coordinates daily landscape maintenance activities of Grounds teams through the Senior Groundskeepers and through direct oversight. Expedites emergency requests. Oversees the performance of outside vendors for quality and workmanship, correct and timely billing, and timeliness of work. Establishes and reinforces safety guidelines. Performs administrative functions such as budgeting, purchasing, ensuring accuracy of work and payroll records, employee performance evaluations, metric reporting, and other related duties.
Research Coordinator III 60152300 - AG-SOUTHERN REGION PROGRAMS-IR Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
A full-time position located in the Food and Environmental Toxicology Laboratory within the Food Science and Human Nutrition Department. This position serves as the Southern Region Field Coordinator for Interregional Project No.4 (IR-4), entitled "A National Agricultural Program to Clear Pest Control Agents for Minor Uses". This position is responsible to lead and coordinate all field research programs in the IR-4 Southern Region, which is comprised of Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and Puerto Rico.
Fiscal Assistant II 16120100 - LS-CHEMISTRY-GENERAL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Department of Chemistry at the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is seeking a Fiscal Assistant II to process financial transactions and provide oversight and guidance to admin support assistants, graduate students, and faculty regarding purchasing, PCards, travel, and reimbursements in the Department of Chemistry. The Department of Chemistry is comprised of 54 faculty, scientists, and lecturers, and about 300 graduate students. The Department of Chemistry is actively conducting research on approximately 119 Federal and Non-Federal grants. The unit spends approximately 30 million in grant, foundation, and state funding each fiscal year.
Administrative Assistant II 16120100 - LS-CHEMISTRY-GENERAL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Department of Chemistry is seeking an Administrative Assistant II. This position facilitates the specialized needs of the Chemical Biology Division within the Department of Chemistry, currently consisting of 6 faculty, as well as ~40 graduate students and other scientific personnel.
Employee Relations Spec II 62010600 - HR-EMPLOYEE RELATIONS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Working with the Health Science Center Employee Relations Office, the position coordinates all aspects of employee relations functions for a group of FIVE colleges and administrative units. Duties include performing a consulting role for HR Liaisons regarding employee situations to include the implementation of discipline, best practices in employee/supervisor relations, dissemination of information regarding policies, regulations, and processes regarding the general employment of employees throughout the areas of responsibility assigned. Interprets and ensures compliance with university regulations and university policies. Provides guidance and coaching to supervisors and managers on human resource issues to include, but not limited to, performance management, employee disciplinary actions, layoffs, leave issues, and employee relations in the workplace. Creates and maintains documents associated with employment actions. This position reports to the Assistant Director of Employee Relations HSC and assists with managing a comprehensive employee relations program for faculty and staff issues.
State 4-H Events Coordinator 60330000 - AG-YOUTH,FAMILIES& COMMUNITIES Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The State 4-H Events Coordinator manages, has fiscal oversight and leadership to a variety of state 4-H educational activities and competitive events in cooperation with other faculty and staff; coordinates Florida participation in selected national and regional 4-H events; plans, implements, and evaluates select state 4-H events and educational programs including awards and recognition; provides timely communication to faculty/staff, volunteers, youth, donors, sponsors, and the public; The State 4-H Events Coordinator reports to the Associate State 4-H Program Leader.
Research Administrator II 60150000 - AG-FOOD SCIENCE / HUMAN NUTR Main Campus (Gainesville, FL), Remote/Flexible
This position requires an initiative-taking, service-focused individual to support scientists who are working to discover solutions to issues related to human nutrition and food science. As a Research Administrator II in the Food Science and Human Nutrition (FSHN) Department, you 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.
Research Administrator II 60760000 - AG-IRREC-FT. PIERCE St. Lucie
This position requires a highly motivated, service-focused, self-starting professional to support scientists who are working diligently to discover solutions to some of the most vexing problems in Florida and the world. As a Research Administrator in The University of Florida’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS), you are expected to provide comprehensive research administration to a portfolio of faculty/principal investigators (PIs) in various units to ensure the overall effective coordination of research administration services, systems, policies, processes, and compliance.Position will provide lifecycle pre & post-award research administration ensuring the fulfillment of all grant and/or contract and compliance requirements. Major duties include proposal development, review, submission, and management of research-related agreements, and award management, including effort, expenditures, modifications, and closeouts, in addition to regularly communicating with the projects’ sponsors.Working from a remote location is possible.The RA II is a mid-level position with some prior experience in research administration, who 1) applies acquired job skills, policies, and procedures to complete assignments/projects/tasks of moderate scope and complexity, 2) exercises judgment within defined guidelines and practices to determine appropriate action, and 3) works independently with general supervision. Problems faced are sometimes difficult, but typically not complex. The RA II may influence others within the job area through explanation of facts, policies, and practices. Every member of our community is expected to foster a psychologically healthy work environment by communicating across differences; being cooperative, collaborative, open, and welcoming; showing respect, compassion, and empathy; engaging and supporting others, regardless of background or perspective and supporting work/life integration of oneself and others.
Florida 4-H AmeriCorps Program Director 60330000 - AG-YOUTH,FAMILIES& COMMUNITIES Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Florida 4-H AmeriCorps Program Director provides leadership for and manages the programmatic and administrative operations of the AmeriCorps Environmental Education Programs at Florida 4-H camps and communities. They will recruit, train, and retain AmeriCorps members and actively promote the associated environmental education programs; actively market the program to local and state community partners, and manage all necessary reporting related to the Florida 4-H AmeriCorps grant. The program director works alongside the on-site, camp directors in the formulation of policies and procedures which have a significant impact on the AmeriCorps program. This program director will also assist in creating, training, and teaching environmental education curricula and programs.
Laboratory Technician III 60460000 - AG-SCHL FOR, FISH, & GEOMATICS Alachua
The primary responsibility of this position is to facilitate citizen volunteers in the monitoring of water quality in Florida lakes. LAKEWATCH is a water quality monitoring program that facilitates "hands-on" participation by community volunteers in the management of Florida lakes, estuaries, rivers and springs through monthly sampling activities. LAKEWATCH is one of the largest community science programs in the country, with over 1800 trained volunteers, 800 monitored ecosystems, and 30 years of water quality data. In 1991, the Florida Legislature recognized the importance of the program and established Florida LAKEWATCH in the state statutes (Florida Statute 1004.49.). More information can be found at: https://lakewatch.ifas.ufl.edu/. The LAKEWATCH Lab Tech is responsible for the training, supervision, and coordination of volunteers who collect water quality data from Florida’s lakes, rivers, and coasts. They will also disseminate LAKEWATCH information to the public at regional meetings. Duties also include assisting in the compilation of data collected by volunteers for later analysis, maintaining the LAKEWATCH email and phone line, and creating/editing content for social media channels. **The in-office work location is Building 782, 7922 NW 71st Street, Gainesville, FL 32653. This position requires regular out-of-area travel to attend Regional Volunteer meetings, sample pickups, as well as conference and/or other research activities.  Normal work schedule will be from 8:00am to 5:00pm for a 40 hour week with flexibility to accommodate regular work travel.**
Research Administrator III 29140101 - MD-SURGERY-ADMINISTRATION Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The position of Research Administrator III will manage and support the administrative research operations of the Acute Care Surgery (ACS) divisions and the Sepsis and Critical Illness Research Center (SCIRC).  This position reports directly to the Assistant Director of Research for the Department of Surgery but will communicate and interact regularly with the Department of Surgery Vice Chair for Research, SCIRC Program Directors, and ACS faculty and staff involved in research.  In addition to the direct responsibilities for the ACS divisions and the SCIRC program management, the individual is required to establish and maintain professional relationships with the University of Florida offices including the Division of Sponsored Programs, Office of Clinical Research, and Office of Institutional Planning and Research, as well as any other outside agencies that are currently or become associated with the SCIRC. The individual will also have personal contact with other University faculty and chairs, as well as their administrative staff.

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