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POLICE SERVICE TECH 73030500 - UPD-HEALTH CENTER SECURITY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Foot patrol (vehicle or foot) assigned area of the Health Center facility to safeguard against trespassing, thefts, fire and other hazards. Patrol through buildings, report suspicious activity/person(s), clear building of unauthorized persons; check with authorized personnel in building on a regular basis to ensure personal safety; provide escorts when requested; ensure that doors are properly secured and/or opened upon authorized request; windows are closed and lights off when facilities are not in use; monitor service drives for parking violations; assist law enforcement agencies, fire department and other emergency personnel. This position is designated as an Essential Employee. Essential employees provide vital support to the University of Florida 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.
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.
Law Enforcement Officer - University Police Department 73010000 - UPD-ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Performs a variety of duties in the enforcement of laws (vehicle/motorcycle/bicycle/foot) to promote personal safety for the university community populace including, but not limited to; providing protection and security for university facilities and interests; and maintaining an orderly flow of traffic, investigating accidents, disturbances, and law violations; and making arrests and apprehensions, participate in special details and assignments, and perform assignments in specialized areas including Community Service Division, Criminal Investigations Division, Training Division, Special Events Division, motorcycle patrol, K-9 Unit, Bike Unit, Critical Indent Response Team, Honor Guard, and other supported program areas. Upon selection to special assignment: Prepare, schedule, and conduct in-house specialized training and event coordination/scheduling, educational programs, mentor new officers, assist with remedial training; develop strategies to reduce crime, create theft prevention concepts to deploy to the UF community; conduct building and area searches with explosive detection K-9’s; and conduct criminal and administrative investigations, prepare and execute warrants, complete background investigations of new employees, and participate in dignitary protection and multiagency task forces. 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. Employees are subject to mandatory overtime and continuation of a regular tour of duty. Employees assigned to specialty assignments are subject to on-call status and flexible schedules. Employees are required to be in the work environment.
Behavioral Consultation Team Coordinator 73010000 - UPD-ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Behavioral Consultation Team (BCT) takes a coordinated and educational approach to assessment, intervention, and threat mitigation with students, employees, and non-affiliates who are in significant distress, especially those who may pose a threat to harm themselves or others, or whose behavior significantly impacts the living, learning or work community at the University of Florida in a detrimental way. The BCT is dedicated to the early identification, assessment, prevention, reduction, and management of violence, threats of violence, and other disruptions. The BCT consists of a variety of campus experts in areas related to student and employee affairs. The Behavioral Consultation Team Coordinator reports directly to the Assistant Director in the Behavioral Services Division of the University of Florida Police Department (UFPD) and indirectly to the Dean of Students in the Division of Student Life (team co-chairs). The Behavioral Consultation Team Coordinator coordinates the administrative functions of the team including, but not limited to: data management, coordination of weekly meetings, organizing team trainings, and consistently supporting team members. The position will serve as liaison to the various offices and departments represented on the BCT as well as those with whom the team may regularly interact. This person may interact with local, state, and federal off-campus partners as needed. The Behavioral Consultation Team Coordinator will assist with administrative and operational functions of the team and examine the efficiency and effectiveness of team processes, services and policies, and make recommendations accordingly in coordination with the BCT co-chairs. The Behavioral Team Coordinator will support the team in providing assistance to students, parents, faculty as needed. This position is designated as an Essential Employee.
OPS Assistant Asset Specialist/Fleet 73010000 - UPD-ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The University of Florida Police Department is looking for a self-motivated, mature, detail-oriented individual who enjoys working with a team of individuals. The person selected for this position will be responsible for assisting with coordinating all police vehicle repairs, assist to receive and approve all new vehicles upon delivery, assist to prepare all vehicles for installation of required police equipment, assist to review all repair/fuel invoices, assist to monitor and report (as necessary) all maintenance budget expenditures, assist with asset relocation and deployment as needed, assist with the coordination of all radio repairs with contracted vendor and assist to approve all invoices for payment, forwarding as work/maintenance is completed.
Fiscal Assistant II 73010000 - UPD-ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Fiscal Assistants at UFPD are cross-trained and are expected to be able to handle requisition/purchasing and payroll functions. A Fiscal Assistant is responsible for all of the clerical-accounting duties associated with the processing of payroll records for police department personnel, (84 full-time sworn positions, and approximately 50 non-sworn positions and OPS/CWSP positions). They are responsible for the procurement and distribution of equipment and supplies. They prepare requisitions and initiate/monitor PCard transactions for all department purchases; ensure proper classifications of expenditures, ensure mathematical accuracy, ensure correct chartfields are used; perform verification functions in accounting systems to determine accuracy of encumbrances, account numbers, available balances and vendor codes. Fiscal Assistants prepare reports and reconcile accounting system records; maintain auditable records maintaining internal controls for this operation. This position is designated as an Essential Employee. Essential employees provide vital support to the University of Florida 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.
Crisis Intervention Clinician 73010000 - UPD-ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The University of Florida Police Department is searching for an individual to serve as a Co-Responder who will spend the majority of their shift accompanying UFPD Law Enforcement Officers in calls regarding a person who may be experiencing a mental health crisis. The Co-Responder will provide on-site response and intervention to members of the UF campus community. The Co-Responder will utilize a variety of skills involving clinical assessment, crisis intervention and de-escalation, lethality assessment, safety planning, and consultation and referral. This position is designated as an Essential Employee.  Essential employees provide vital support to the University of Florida and are subject to recall to work when deemed necessary by the Chief of Police or 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.
Research Coordinator I 19050000 - EG-ELECTRICAL / COMPUTER ENG Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The FINS Research Coordinator I will be responsible for performing and overseeing the following for Florida Institute for National Security (FINS), located within the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) of the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering (HWCOE) at the University of Florida (UF): • Coordination of various institute and sponsored research-related activities, events, and initiatives; • Provision of administrative and fiscal support to the Director, as well as the Associate Director, Research Coordinator III, and Institute and sponsored research affiliated students, on an as-needed basis; • Development and dissemination of various Institute and sponsored research-related announcements, public-facing documents, and literature via the Institute’s website and social media accounts, as well email campaigns and other on-line platforms, as needed. This position will report directly to the FINS Director, Associate Director, and Research Coordinator III and primary duties will pertain to the three following areas: 1) Clerical & Administrative Support 2) Fiscal Support, and 3) Communication, Outreach, & Media Administration.
DIR, Operations 27011500 - HA - VP ADMIN Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This position reports to the Associate Vice President for Finance and Planning in the Office of the Senior Vice President, Health Affairs (SVPHA) and is responsible for the direction, coordination and administration of the Academic Health Center (AHC) operation including, but not limited to, facilities operations, physical plant maintenance, information/data processing, security and communications. The incumbent in this position operates and/or implements work groups involving staff of varied levels from different units throughout the AHC and university community in order to prepare proposals, recommend policy, or implement programs as appropriate. This position represents the SVPHA in negotiating, defining action plans and achieving results.
Associate Director, Residence Life & Education 07700100 - HO-HOUSING OFFICE Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
As an integral member of the Department of Housing & Residence Life team, the Associate Director, Residence Life & Education provides strategic oversight for student learning and engagement as well as leadership and direction to the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards within Housing & Residence Life. With almost 30 residence halls and 5 village communities providing housing for nearly 8,000 students living on campus, our work is vital in providing community-oriented, inclusive, and well-maintained facilities. Our team is driven to innovate, learn, and provide lasting contributions to the Division of Student Life and the UF community.
Residence Hall Director 07700100 - HO-HOUSING OFFICE Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
As an integral member of the Department of Housing & Residence Life team, the Residence Hall Director provides leadership and direction for assigned residence halls, develops educational and community programming, and assists with enforcing the Student Honor Code & Student Conduct Code within Residence Halls. With almost 30 residence halls and 5 village communities providing housing for nearly 8,000 students living on campus, our work is vital in providing community-oriented, inclusive, and well-maintained facilities. Our team is driven to innovate, learn, and provide lasting contributions to the Division of Student Life and the UF community.
Residence Hall Director, Graduate & Family Housing 07590000 - HO-VILLAGE HOUSING PRO-RATED Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
As an integral member of the Department of Housing & Residence Life team, the Residence Hall Director provides leadership within Graduate and Family Housing.  The Residence Hall Director develops educational and community programming and assists with enforcing the Student Honor Code & Student Conduct Code within area of responsibility.  With almost 30 residence halls and 5 village communities providing housing for nearly 8,000 students living on campus, our work is vital in providing community-oriented, inclusive, and well-maintained facilities.  Our team is driven to innovate, learn, and provide lasting contributions to the Division of Student Life and the UF community.
Coordinator, Student Learning & Engagement 07700100 - HO-HOUSING OFFICE Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
As an integral member of the Department of Housing & Residence Life team, the Coordinator for Student Learning & Engagement within Housing & Residence Life coordinates the implementation of the student employee training and development program and assists with the management of our recruitment processes for student staff.  With almost 30 residence halls and 5 village communities providing housing for nearly 8,000 students living on campus, our work is vital in providing community-oriented, inclusive, and well-maintained facilities. Our team is driven to innovate, learn, and provide lasting contributions to the Division of Student Life and the UF community.
Human Resources Business Partner - Dean's Office 29010400 - MD-ADMINISTRATIVE AFFAIRS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This position serves as a Human Resources Business Partner in the in the College of Medicine (COM). Under the direction of the Associate Director of Human Resources, this position will be responsible for providing outstanding service and support to college units, faculty and staff regarding human resources policies, procedures, payroll, recruitment, hiring, and onboarding. The incumbent in this position is expected to have a thorough understanding of UF directives, policies, procedures, and processes pertaining to Human Resources. Also, the incumbent will be expected to support the strategic objectives of the College by upholding the COM-HR standards of customer service innovation, and quality services.
Director, Facilities & Operations 05250000 - RU-GENERAL ADMINISTRATION Main Campus (Gainesville, FL), Alachua
The Division of Student Life at the University of Florida comprises more than 25+ departments that support the holistic development and well-being of over 54,000 students, fueling their success inside and outside the classroom at one of the leading public universities in the U.S. By cultivating a comprehensively excellent student experience, Student Life prepares students to engage, transform and thrive in an evolving global community. The Reitz Union is an award-winning student union and multi-purpose facility with over 600,000 gross square feet of public space, including event space, arts & crafts center, game room, a food court, and a hotel with 36 guest rooms. The Reitz Union also provides space for several Student Life departments and University auxiliary services that enhance the campus life experience. The Director of Facilities & Operations described is responsible for managing and overseeing facilities, operations, and programming of the J. Wayne Reitz Union (JWRU) and Newell Hall which is a 24/7 collaborative study space for students.
INSTRUCTOR/PKY - Secondary Mathematics Instructor 18180500 - ED-MIDDLE SCHOOL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
P.K. Yonge Developmental Research School (DRS) is seeking to hire a Secondary Mathematics Instructor for the 23-24 school year. Anticipated start date, July 31, 2023. This is a 10-month appointment.
Security Supervisor 57810300 - HN-SECURITY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Harn Museum of Art seeks a reliable and attentive individual with strong communication and customer service skills to fill the position of Security Supervisor. The individual in this position is responsible for protecting visitors, staff, and art, while assuring visitors have a pleasant experience by providing assistance, directions, and information as needed. The Security Supervisor plays an important role as the face of the museum to the public. Professional behavior and appearance as well as a positive attitude are key to success. In collaboration with the Director of Finance and Operations, the Security Supervisor plans, develops, and manages the physical security program to protect the museum building and objects of art, staff members, and the public therein. Daily involvement in all activities of security staff is required; actively participating in security activities and gallery patrol on a daily basis. The incumbent works in conjunction with the Facilities Coordinator to ensure the facility is properly maintained and access is within the policies and procedures established by the Harn Museum of Art based on museum best practices and Association of Art Museum Directors (AAMD) guidelines. The Security Supervisor has supervision over the security staff and OPS employees working at the museum outside the normal hours of operation.
Director of Administrative Services 55010100 - LB-DIRECTOR'S OFFICE-ADMIN Main Campus (Gainesville, FL), Alachua
JOB SUMMARY The George A. Smathers Libraries are seeking a self-motivated, collaborative, analytical, detail-oriented individual to lead its Business Services and Human Resources units. The Director of Administrative Services reports to the Dean of University Libraries and provides leadership as the primary business services and human resources officer for the Smathers Libraries, including oversight of human resources functions, organization development and training, financial functions, and budget planning and analysis. The Director provides financial oversight of all Smathers Libraries revenues, expenditures, and reserves including development of fiscal policies, internal controls, and business protocols and oversight of contracts and grants. The Director also guides all human resources activities related to faculty, staff, and student employee regulations and policies. The Libraries employ approximately 300 FTE and maintain a total budget in excess of $43.3 million annually.
INSTRUCTOR/PKY - 6th-12th Grade Choral & Performing Arts Instructor 18180400 - ED-HIGH SCHOOL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
P.K. Yonge Developmental Research School (DRS) is seeking to hire an experienced 6th-12th Grade Choral & Performing Arts Instructor immediately for the remainder of the 2022-2023 school year (anticipated start date, January, 2023). The ideal candidate would have advanced piano skills, choral teaching and musical theater/performance choir experience with grade 6-12 students from diverse backgrounds. The 6th-12th Choral and Performing Arts Instructor will be responsible for the artistic integrity and quality of assigned performance groups, as well as directing and producing choral concerts and productions. This is a 10-month position.
INSTRUCTOR/PKY - 6th - 12th Grade Computer Science Instructor 18180500 - ED-MIDDLE SCHOOL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
P.K. Yonge Developmental Research School (DRS) is seeking to hire a 6th - 12th Grade Computer Science Instructor for the 2023-2024 school year. This is a 10-month appointment (anticipated start date, 8/1/23). Instructor responsibilities include: -Direct teaching of assigned students. -Design, develop, and teach curriculum focused on computer science skills and programming for grades 6-12. -Design and develop personally meaningful, real world projects for students to teach and apply computer science skills. -Partner with the University of Florida, the College of Education and current P.K. Faculty to develop curriculum for the Artificial Intelligence CTE pathway, which will be taught at P.K. Yonge. -Administer and analyze formative assessments to monitor student progress and plan instructional shifts to increase achievement and success for all students. -Design appropriate curriculum, instructional, and assessment accommodations to support academic success for a diverse group of students including both striving and advanced learners. -Incorporate effective and innovative uses of technology to support teaching, learning, and collaboration in a 1:1 learning environment. -Maintain regular parent communication (virtually, face-to-face). -Engage in annual cycles of professional learning. -Participate in practitioner inquiry (research) to support professional learning and inform continuous program improvement. -Analyze the impact of teaching practice and implemented curriculum on student learning.


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