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Graduate Assistant - Building and Event Services - (Fall 2023/Spring 2024) Pensacola - Main Campus
The Graduate Assistant (GA) for Building and Event Services at University Commons and Event Services, under the supervision of the Associate Director, will primarily work in the supervision, training, and accountability of the Event Services Setup Assistants. Additionally, the position will assist with facility management, emergency preparedness, and project planning. Maintain 20 office hours per week Provide paraprofessional support to the University Commons and Event Services staff and offer assistance as needed. consistently. Handle sensitive and confidential data in an appropriate manner. Provide on-site support for events held in the University Commons, as needed. Display professionalism while representing University Commons and Event Services, including dress, behavior, and attitude. Plan students employee training and recognition events in conjunction with Associate Director and other graduate assistants Provide direct supervision to student employees , and assist with other student staff scheduling, as needed. Participate in the planning and facilitation of staff wide training programs, Create, implement and evaluate student staff training sessions and developmental opportunities for student staff members Become familiar with and train students on emergency preparedness procedures (medical, fire, etc.). Provide on-site day/night-of-event coordination to ensure facilities are prepared for events in a timely manner and events are successfully executed including cleanliness, proper setup, equipment, personnel, customer service and clean up/tear-down.
Student Assistant-Building Manager, UCES Pensacola - Main Campus
The Building Manager is a leadership position with a high degree of responsibility in the area of facilities and event management.
Student Assistant-Event Setup Assistant, University Commons and Event Services Pensacola - Main Campus
Student Assistant-Event Crew is responsible for set-up and break-down of equipment for events, activities and programs held in the University Commons.
2023 UWF Orientation Leader Pensacola - Main Campus
UWF Orientation Leaders are responsible for welcoming and orienting incoming students and families to UWF New Student Orientation throughout the summer. This includes, but not limited to, informing new students about all campus resources, involvement opportunities, and campus policies, while also serving as a role model and mentor to these incoming students as they make their transition to college. They must demonstrate effective leadership skills and abilities as they welcome incoming students and families. Orientation Leaders must also possess good oral and written communication skills, critical thinking and problem solving skills, take initiative, be task-oriented, open to change and new opportunities, organized, and must support the mission, vision, and goals of the Office of Undergraduate Admissions and the Division of Academic Engagement and Student Affairs. All events, the position, and more are dependent on the standards, policies, and procedures with UWF.
Event Services Audio Visual Technician - Student Assistant Pensacola - Main Campus
Under general supervision of the Production Coordinator, the Event Services Audio Visual Technician is the first point of contact for clients and guests in an event space. This position performs services such as the setup, operation, audio, lighting, video, staging, electrical and/or other technical equipment, and provides high quality, efficient, and effective production of events in and around the University Commons and Event Services.
Alumni Engagement Center Representative - Student Assistant Pensacola - Main Campus
Alumni Engagement Center Representative for the Spring 2023 semester. Employment dates: Wednesday, March 1 - Friday, April 28, 2023 Pay range: $11.00 - $12.00 (depending upon previous experience as an Alumni Engagement Center Representative) A. Solicit gifts from UWF alumni in support of the Annual Fund. 1) Conduct telephone solicitation phone calls with prospective donors. 2) Make clear and complete records of each call’s results. 3) Work at least two 4-hour calling sessions per week. (Sunday and Wednesday 2 to 5 p.m., Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday 5 to 9 p.m.) B. Serve as a representative of the University of West Florida to alumni. 1) Present a positive image of UWF. 2) Engage alumni in conversation regarding their interests and needs. 3) Explain the importance of voluntary giving by UWF alumni to the University. 4) Represent class, student body, and major department with enthusiasm. C. Maintain the Alumni Engagement Center (Phonathon room). 1) Keep room materials neat and organized. 2) Be responsible for the general care of telephones, equipment, and the room.
Student Assistant Pensacola - Main Campus
Student Patrollers (SP’s) are primarily responsible for enforcing parking regulations by way of issuing vehicles citations or by attaching vehicle boots. They patrol parking lots and report the existence of hazardous conditions. Patrollers mainly work outdoors and must become familiar with UWF Parking Regulations. Other duties include, but are not limited to: Answering parking-related questions in the office, organizing and issuing parking permits, assisting at the Visitor’s Center, assisting in traffic and crowd control for events on campus, removing and replacing signs, and other parking services related tasks.
Information Aide- Arcadia Mill Archaeological Site Pensacola - Main Campus
Position interacts with the public on a daily basis and exhibits excellent customer service. The duties and responsibilities include walking the historical and archaeological mill site, opening/closing facilities, and working at visitor service desks. Position will interface with the public, answer questions, conduct site tours, and assist with light cleaning. Position is responsible at visitor service desks for answering visitor questions, running a register, selling merchandise, admissions tickets, and memberships. Position is 6-13 hours per week. Shifts are 9:30-4:15 on Fridays and Saturdays. This position has potential for additional hours at the downtown Historic Pensacola campus.
Student Desk Assistant- Residence Life Student Staff Member (Fall 2023/Spring 2024) Pensacola - Main Campus
The Student Desk Assistant (SDA) is a part-time student staff position (minimum of 12 hours per week and maximum of 20 hours per week) earning an hourly Florida minimum wage. The SDA is responsible for assisting with all Area Office related functions in an efficient, knowledgeable, courteous, and professional manner that maintains high standards of service and hospitality. The SDA is supervised directly by the Hall Director (HD) and, indirectly, by other professional staff within the Department of Housing and Residence Life.
Football Practice Student Assistant Pensacola - Main Campus
The UWF Football Team and Athletic Training Staff are looking for assistance at football practices. These practices will take place on campus at Pen Air Football Field between January - April 2023. Current UWF Students will be assisting with operating water stations and helping athletic trainers with equipment set up, transportation, and clean up. Athletic Training experience is not needed.
Reservations Graduate Assistant Pensacola - Main Campus
The Graduate Assistant for Reservations and Conference Services Graduate Assistant will assist with the management of event reservations in the University Commons and Event Services event spaces and other bookings utilizing the EMS event reservations software. This position will assist with Reservations Consultant student employee management including recruiting, hiring, and training, and ongoing supervision alongside the Reservations Coordinator.
Student Information Aide - Historic Pensacola Downtown Pensacola
The department is building an applicant pool for student employment as a Student Information Aide. Applications will be accepted on an on-going basis. Position interacts with the public on a daily basis and exhibits excellent customer service. The duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: conducting public and school tours on a daily basis, dressing in historical clothing and participating in the living history program, working at visitor service desks, opening and closing of facilities as needed, and light cleaning. Outdoor physical labor, including gardening, stacking firewood, etc. is required. Position is responsible at visitor service desks for answering visitor questions, running a register, selling merchandise, admissions tickets, and memberships. Position is 6-24 hours per week. Shifts are 9:30-4:15 Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and 12:00-4:15 on Sunday. Additional hours may be available.
Resident Assistant- Residence Life Student Staff Member (Fall 2023/Spring 2024) Pensacola - Main Campus
The Residence Life Student Staff Member is a part-time student staff position (minimum 20 hours per week). The student staff assists with a designated section of student housing. Staff are responsible for actively working with the residents to develop a sense of community through ongoing communication, program development, and modeling an enthusiastic commitment to an environment that is conducive to personal, social, cultural, and intellectual growth.
Graduate Research Assistant - School of Education Pensacola - Main Campus
The position involves conducting research (i.e. literature review, data collection, and data analysis). The ideal candidate will be enrolled in UWF's EdD program or MEd program. Graduate students taking a minimum of 6 semester hours of graduate course work in either UWF's MEd or MA in Exceptional Student Education programs will also be considered.
Student Teaching Assistant ERCCD Pensacola - Main Campus
Provide teaching support in an early childhood education program with children ages 6 months to 5 years. Duties include planning and implementing children’s activities in coordination with the lead teacher, assisting and interacting with children during learning, meal, nap and outdoor times, and assisting with general housekeeping and maintenance of the Center and playground.
Group Fitness Instructor Pensacola - Main Campus
Group Fitness Instructors lead, instruct, and motivate individuals or groups in exercise activities, including cardiovascular exercise, strength training, and stretching. Demonstrate how to carry out exercises and routines. Provide variations to exercises based on client’s fitness level and ability. GF Instructors develop and implement various class formats of group fitness. Respond to emergencies when necessary. Must have the ability to work with people of all ages and skill levels. Maintain current national group fitness certification. CPR/First Aid certification. The department is building an applicant pool for temporary to permanent full-time opportunities. Applications will be accepted on an on-going basis.
Student Assistant-Building Manager Pensacola - Main Campus
The Building Manager is a leadership position with a high degree of responsibility in the area of facilities and event management.
Student Assistant - Environmental Services Assistant, University Commons Pensacola - Main Campus
Ensure that the University Commons is a well-maintained and safe environment for patrons utilizing the facility. Assist full-time environmental services staff with sanitation duties. Coordinate and communicate schedule availability accordingly to ensure required work hours are met.
Laboratory Assistant Pensacola - Main Campus
Student will conduct field and laboratory research on water quality in the upper watershed systems. Water quality in streams and rivers in the upper portions of Perdido, Escambia/Conecuh and Yellow/Shoal watersheds will be measured. Student will assist staff with collection of water samples, measurements of water quality, and analyses of chlorophyll and nutrients
Student Assistant - Environmental Services Assistant, University Commons Pensacola - Main Campus
Ensure that the University Commons is a well-maintained and safe environment for patrons utilizing the facility. Assist full-time environmental services staff with sanitation duties. Coordinate and communicate schedule availability accordingly to ensure required work hours are met.

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