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Project Manager 109880 Pensacola - Main Campus
Provide project management for full range of new construction, renovation, infrastructure, and building systems upgrades including projects involving electrical lighting, supply and distribution systems, plumbing, mechanical, fiber, civil, structural, and architectural construction. Works closely with professionals in the commercial construction industry, as well as the public, to ensure safe, structurally sound, and sanitary building construction. Work involves planning, estimating, plan checking, scheduling and field inspections as required ensuring compliance with all applicable codes and laws mandated by county, state and federal governments. Incumbent may be requested to work evenings and weekends as needed.
Associate Professor 128840 Pensacola - Main Campus
The successful candidate will serve as the program director, teach at the undergraduate level, conduct research, advise students, mentor student projects, and participate in recruitment and outreach activities.
Assistant Professor in Psychology 128450 Pensacola - Main Campus
The faculty member will be responsible for teaching both undergraduate (e.g., Abnormal Psychology, Theories of Personality, Health Psychology, Intro to Clinical and Counseling Psychology) and graduate (e.g., Child/Adolescent Counseling, Psychopathology, Individual Counseling, Pre-Practicum, Ethics, Assessment, CBT, areas of specialty) courses as needed. Successful candidates will also demonstrate commitment to contributing to existing programs in psychology, and the ability to supervise, mentor, and involve students in research.
Academic Advisor, 123230 Pensacola - Main Campus
The Academic Advisor I will work with students to facilitate successful and timely degree completion by monitoring student progress and providing information regarding curriculum policies, procedures, and guidelines for the degree programs that are advised. The advisor will also identify students who are experiencing academic difficulty and develop strategies for success in partnership with the student. The advisor is responsible for assisting students with reviewing degree plans, course registration, maintaining advising records, and other duties related to student success.
OPS Service/Maintenance Pool Posting Pensacola - Main Campus
Position may perform a variety of services to support the Facility Management Mission. These services may include but not limited to: Grounds and Landscape services; mowing, string trimming, clearing of leaves and debris; Facility Maintenance Support Specialist; assisting with trades such as Carpentry, Electrical, HVAC, Locksmith, Plumbing, Painting, and Refrigeration; Special events; perform event setups/takedown, move furniture, handling surplus property. The person in this position would use a variety of power and hand tools such as but not limited to: Drills, pressure washers, hammers, saws, testing equipment, lawn mowers, string trimmer, forklift, hand truck and moving equipment. .
Assistant Professor 125910 Pensacola - Main Campus
The UWF Department of Intelligent Systems and Robotics invites applications for a full-time tenure-track position, at the assistant professor level. While recruiting in the area of robotics is currently a priority for our program, outstanding candidates in all areas of intelligent systems and robotics will be considered. Qualified research-intensive applicants can be considered for a joint appointment with IHMC. Successful candidates are expected to pursue an active and externally funded research program, to teach graduate courses, to supervise graduate students and to be instrumental in the development of the ISR Ph.D. program.
Assistant Professor of Comparative Politics 128650 Pensacola - Main Campus
The Reubin O'D. Askew Department of Government at the University of West Florida invites applications for a tenure-track position as Assistant Professor of Political Science in the field of Comparative Politics with research and teaching expertise in the politics of East Asia. The successful candidate will demonstrate promise as a teacher-scholar, preparing and regularly teaching courses at the general education, undergraduate and graduate levels, and maintaining an active research agenda. The teaching load is three courses per semester, including regular contributions to our growing MA programs in Political Science and International Affairs. The department is open to diverse theoretical and methodological approaches. The department houses the World Languages Program. We encourage potential candidates to familiarize themselves with our graduate and undergraduate programs by visiting the department website:
Student Assistant-Building Manager, UCES Pensacola - Main Campus
The Building Manager oversees the use and care of building equipment, furnishings, and facilities after regular office hours and on weekends. This includes oversight of activities, schedules, event set–ups, equipment functions, and general building security. Requires working nights, weekends, and other times as assigned. On an as needed basis, works events after regular building hours and during semester breaks.
Communications Coordinator, 110990 Pensacola - Main Campus
Develop, implement and evaluate the college strategic communication plan; serve as the point of contact for media requests within the college; write content for marketing materials, web, blog, and social media posts, and other communications; maintain the college and departmental web pages; manage the college’s social media outlets, posting updates and highlights; manage the college’s newsletter; build and manage the college marketing budget; oversee student assistant(s); develop college and departmental communication materials; manage photo and video requests within the college and coordinate priority needs to Institutional Communications; shoot event photography and other photos as needed; work with the Office of Development and University Advancement staff to assist in fundraising efforts for the college; and manage all aspects of college events,
Adjunct Instructor Pool - Anthropology Pensacola - Main Campus
The UWF College of Arts, Social Sciences, and Humanities Department of Anthropology is seeking qualified part-time adjunct instructors to teach introductory anthropology courses (ex., Intro to Anthro, Peoples and Cultures, elective area courses). The college is building a pool of adjuncts for teaching opportunities for upcoming semesters. Applications will be accepted on an on-going basis. Your application will be reviewed by the appropriate academic department.
Adjunct Instructor Pool - History and Philosophy Pensacola - Main Campus
The UWF College of Arts, Social Sciences, and Humanities Department of History and Philosophy is seeking qualified part-time adjunct instructors to teach various courses in history and philosophy. The college is building a pool of adjuncts for teaching opportunities for upcoming semesters. Applications will be accepted on an on-going basis. Your application will be reviewed by the appropriate academic department.
Adjunct Instructor Pool - Communication Pensacola - Main Campus
The UWF College of Arts, Social Sciences, and Humanities Department of Communication is seeking qualified part-time adjunct instructors to teach basic communication courses. Instructors with experience in social media communication, writing within the communication professions, advertising, and visual/graphic design are particularly needed. The college is building a pool of adjuncts for teaching opportunities for upcoming semesters. Applications will be accepted on an on-going basis. Your application will be reviewed by the appropriate academic department.
Adjunct Instructor Pool (Department of Medical Laboratory Sciences) Pensacola - Main Campus
The Department of Medical Laboratory Sciences is seeking qualified part-time adjunct instructors to teach in the following fields: Medical Laboratory Sciences which may include Clinical Chemistry, Hematology, Microbiology, Molecular, Immunology, and Immunohematology or lower-level prerequisite or non-MLS courses such as Clinical Genetics and Clinical Biochemistry or Fundamentals of Microbiology. The college is building a pool of adjuncts for teaching opportunities for upcoming semesters. Applications will be accepted on an on-going basis. Your application will be reviewed by the appropriate academic department.
Adjunct Instructor Pool Position for Hal Marcus College of Science and Engineering (HMCSE) Pensacola - Main Campus
Part-time adjunct instructors for the following departments: Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Earth and Environmental Science, Information Technology, Mathematics and Statistics, Mechanical Engineering, and Physics.
Director, School of Education 118200 Pensacola - Main Campus
The University of West Florida seeks a Director of the School of Education (SOE) who possesses a collaborative and transparent leadership style, appropriate administrative skills, and a vision to elevate the School of Education. The Director is responsible for all areas of school administration and operations including, but not limited to, the coordination of academic programs, curricula, and accreditation; student recruitment, retention, and graduation; faculty and staff recruitment, retention, and evaluation; strategic budgeting and resource allocation; coordination of external fundraising, grants, and contracts; and management of facilities and equipment. The School of Education offers undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs in education, and instructional design and performance technology. Reporting to the Vice Provost, the SOE Director is a 12-month administrative position.
Administrative Specialist, 12810T Pensacola - Main Campus
Assists in carrying out the operations of the Aylstock, Witkin, Kreis and Overholtz Center for Leadership (CFL), in the College of Business (COB), by providing administrative support for the CFL’s daily activities. Serves as the administrative support to the Executive Director, Director, Assistant Director, the faculty and adjuncts teaching/leading center workshops, and other center staff as necessary. Provides administrative support for the Center’s educational programs (non-credit certificates and professional development workshops). Serves as the first point of contact for the CFL. Maintains the calendars for the Executive Director, Director, and Assistant Director, schedules meetings, makes purchases with a university purchasing card (P-Card), prepares travel in Concur, orders program materials, maintains filing systems, etc. This employee supervises graduate assistants and generate reports as necessary.
Assistant Professor 128700 Pensacola - Main Campus
The University of West Florida Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences invites applications for a 9-month tenure-track Assistant Professor position specializing in hydrology and related systems and processes. The successful candidate will be expected to establish a productive research agenda including consistent dissemination of published research, pursuit of competitive grants, and research mentoring of students from our undergraduate and M.S. programs. The new Assistant Professor will teach two courses per semester (fall/spring) providing support to our undergraduate and graduate programs teaching student-focused courses in Hydrology and Earth Science and taking an active role in bringing currency and creativity to curriculum development in their area of specialization. They will also provide relevant service to the department, college, university, community, and discipline. We seek a scientist who will complement existing teaching and research areas within the department, with the potential for collaborative research with departmental and University colleagues. Possible specialization areas include groundwater-surface water interactions, aquatic bio- or geochemistry, environmental toxicology, fluvial systems, and wetlands science; other water science specializations that complement existing strengths will be considered.
Instructor 121910 Pensacola - Main Campus
The Department of English is seeking a full-time instructor with demonstrated experience teaching first-year composition and other general education courses. The candidate will teach both face-to-face and online courses, following composition program guidelines regarding philosophy and curricular goals. Department instructors participate in mentoring graduate teaching assistants and other service activities. Successful applicants will join a vibrant community committed to professional development, curricular design, and student-centered teaching. Competitive candidates will have a background in contemporary pedagogies. Instructors teach four courses per semester.
Coordinator, 115320 Pensacola - Main Campus
The Coordinator has direct supervision Outdoor Adventures student staff; is responsible for daily operation of the Outdoor Adventures Program, assists in establishing fiscal policies, managing payroll, and implementing revenue generating strategies; directs operation of the Climbing Center and Outdoor Adventure Center; trains, manages and evaluates a diverse student staff, which requires specialized training and skills; implements the risk management policy and procedures for climbing wall protocols, equipment purchase, wall maintenance and route setting; develops classes, workshops and staff training curricula; leads land and water-based adventure trips; and shares the responsibility for the mission, strategic planning, quality enhancement plan, student learning outcomes, goals and objectives of the Office of Recreation and Sports Services and the University of West Florida.
Office Administrator 101020 Pensacola - Main Campus
The occupant of this position provides administrative and staff support to the Department Chair, the Department Advisor, and all other faculty in the department. The duties include secretarial, administrative functions including, but not limited to, answering the phone, greeting visitors, maintaining office filing systems, keeping the calendar, preparing routine university paperwork, memoranda, announcements, and forms, administering the budget, purchasing and control of inventory, doing the first draft of electronic or hard copy correspondence, gathering analyzing and displaying financial and academic data, supervising student assistants and volunteers, classroom scheduling of courses, special event support and publicity, etc. In addition to these duties, the candidate will provide administrative support to the Department Chair and Department Advisor pertaining to undergraduate and graduate student advising, including, but not limited to, course overrides, analyzing and problem solving of student degree audit issues, compiling and secondary review of the graduation list, and approving transient student courses, along with help in advising students. The candidate will be responsible for creating both course and program Curriculum Change Request (CCR) templates. Template creation entails inputting the details of courses and program changes provided by the Department Chair at the programmatic level and provided by the faculty teaching specific courses at the individual course CCR level. Once filled in, CCRs are moved forward in workflow to the Department Chair for completion. The candidate will also supervise department facilities projects, such as maintenance and improvements. The successful candidate must have excellent customer relations skills, easy familiarity with computers and relevant software (e.g., EXCEL, Google Drive, etc.), research skills, and have excellent command of the English language, both orally and in writing.

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