|Academic Advisor I or II 125500||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.
The Academic Advisor II 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.
This posting is for two positions as an Academic Advisor I or II, depending on the qualification and experience.
|Office Administrator 127950||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|This Office Administrator reports to the School of Nursing (SoN) Director and works closely with other staff to ensure the smooth daily operations of the SoN. Requires working knowledge of the School, College, University, and State policies and procedures.
Responsibilities include maintenance of routine budgets, and monitoring expenditures associated with SON's operation. Assists with record keeping and providing program support. Manages procurement of supplies, assists in processing travel documentation for faculty, manages hiring paperwork and collecting credentialing documentation. Assists the SoN Director and the Student Affairs committee with awarding scholarships. Assists in purchasing activities, initializing professional services contracts and vendor registration for the SoN. Assists in preparation of accreditation documents. Prepares and distributes other administrative documents as needed and handles confidential information. Answers phones, greets students and visitors, and maintains department email. Coordinates ceremonies for the School of Nursing. Interprets and applies university policies and procedures as needed for the operation of the departmental office.
|Coordinator, 125890||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|The Career Education Coordinator will plan, organize, develop, implement, and evaluate student facing career planning and HIP/EL programs, services, and resources for the Office of Career Development and Community Engagement (CDCE). Duties include creating opportunities to connect with and support students as they explore high impact experiences such as internships, service learning, volunteering, fellowships, and job shadowing; conducting career coaching appointments with students and alumni; facilitating career planning appointments and drop ins (e.g., resumes, cover letters, interviewing, etc.); providing career instruction through CDCE presentations or workshops; teaching career-related courses as needed; supervising and training student staff; collaborating with campus partners; and serving as a liaison to assigned colleges and special populations.
|Summer Camp Specialist - Music - Pool||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|Assist with the UWF Dr. Grier Williams School of Music summer music camps teaching private lessons, assisting the directors with rehearsals, and help with performances.
|Coordinator 128220||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|This position investigates (internal and external) Civil Rights complaints. This includes preparing comprehensive investigative reports and composing the University's position statements. Works collaboratively with the Office of General Counsel to respond to external complaints from the EEOC, FCHR, OCR, or other agencies. Develop and implement a case management plan for each reported complaint; and maintain a case management database to organize, manage, and track complaints. The position also facilitates discrimination and harassment training. Compiles annual equity and diversity reports such as the university's Affirmative Action Plan and the Florida Equity Report.
|Senior Buyer 100910||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|Analyze and process requisitions and change orders. Edit and write specifications and determine the method of purchase. Confer with using departments regarding current and future requirements and recommend substitutes through value analysis. Extends invitations to negotiate (ITNs), invitations to bid (ITBs), request for proposal (RFPs), and qualifications-based solicitations, as requested by university departments. Evaluates and analyzes bids/proposals to ensure the best value for the University of West Florida members via an open and competitive sourcing process. Review, and utilize government contracts for products and services. Strive to contain costs through the use of cooperative and available government contracts. Assist in the development and implementation of strategies and objectives to ensure departmental goals are met. Assist in the preparation and delivery of workshops and training programs.
|Assistant Director, 110260||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|The Assistant Director is responsible for the oversight of the employer engagement function of the office including, but not limited to, daily correspondence with employers, coordinating career networking events, job expos, and other special career and recruitment event functions. The Assistant Director is responsible for the maintenance of existing employer partnerships and the development of new partnerships. This position will also oversee marketing and communication efforts for career events including to employer, alumni, and student audiences. The Assistant Director will also assist in the planning and implementation of high-impact programs and services.
As needed, the Assistant Director will also assist in the area of career planning and coaching by providing formal and informal career education experiences to students in line with career coaching/planning policy. This position may also facilitate group presentations, individual career coaching, class presentations, etc. to current students and alumni.
|Coordinator, 128150||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|This position is responsible for coordinating the admission processes of incoming international students including but not limited to providing transcript evaluations, application assistance, agent management and communication, student communication and data management/maintenance. This position is responsible for some international student advising and serving as a Designated School Official (DSO) with the Student Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP).
|Maintenance Specialist 106240||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|Complete maintenance work orders, repair/replace electrical fixtures and switches, repair and install plumbing. Knowledge of safety procedures required for electrical work. Ability to install, maintain, and repair motors, generators and other mechanical equipment. Able to take accurate measurements. Repair damaged items related to keys and locks, recreate new keys when needed. Install common appliances found in apartments. Maintain/repair as needed for air conditioning units, operate all mechanical tools necessary to complete job required within specific trade. Communicate with students, co-workers, vendors, and residents for a safe living learning environment.
|Coordinator, 127450||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|This position is responsible for the planning, development, implementation and evaluation of efforts to address the needs related to student and faculty mobility for faculty-led programs, reciprocal student exchange programs, and study abroad through third-party providers. This position will require the planning, development and coordination of Study Abroad programs and assists internationalization efforts through supporting this specific high-impact practice. Key components of this position will require the development of an effective strategic plan for possible risks, including emergencies, evacuation, repatriation, natural disasters, and housing and transportation; compliance, scholarship management; advising; business process analysis and development; and communication with prospective students and partner institutions.
|Adjunct Instructor Pool (Department of Health Sciences and Administration)||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|Part-time adjunct instructors for the Department of Health Sciences and Administration's Health Sciences and Healthcare Administration. Particularly interested in adjunct instructors who are qualified to teach classes in Health Informatics, Health Economics, Pharmacology, and Medical Disaster Management.
|Adjunct Instructor Pool (Department of Psychology)||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|Part-time adjunct instructors for the department of Psychology.
|Graduate Assistant||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) Graduate Assistant position will focus on assisting and providing outreach services to UWF students related to varying topics in the mental health realm. The specific areas of focus include but are not limited to: depression, interpersonal relationships, body image, anxiety, time management, suicide prevention, and stress management.
|OPS Instructor of Ceramics||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|This OPS Instructor 9-month, non-tenure track position would teach four classes per semester, predominantly in Ceramic Instruction. These classes include Intro to Ceramics, Advanced Ceramics, Wheel-Throw, Sculptural Ceramics, and Mold-Making. Ability to teach Digital Ceramics a plus. Additionally, the Instructor will be expected to periodically teach Foundation classes such as 2D Design, 3D Design, and/or Drawing I.
|Visiting Assistant Professor of Scenic and Lighting Design 110570||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|The Department of Theatre at the University of West Florida invites applicants to apply for an Visiting Assistant Professor of Scenic and Lighting Design to begin mid-august 2023 (Fall Term). This is a 1-4 year appointment. The ideal candidate will have at least three to five years of professional and/or academic work in scenic and lighting design. The Theatre Department at UWF offers a BFA in Design/Technology, a BA in theatre, a BFA in Musical Theatre, and a BFA in Acting.
Responsibilities will include designing and/or overseeing, two musicals and two plays per season. Teaching courses 12 credits in courses such as Scenic and Lighting Design, Introduction to Technical Theatre as well as other courses in the field of theatre. The ideal candidate will engage in artist mentoring for students, academic advising, serve on academic committees, and serve as an active and energetic member of recruiting for the Department of Theatre. This position collaborates with a Staff Technical Director on all scenic, lighting, props, and painting.
|Adjunct Instructor Pool - Anthropology - Sociology||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|The UWF College of Arts, Social Sciences, and Humanities Department of Anthropology is seeking qualified part-time adjunct instructors to teach Intro to Anthropology 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.
|Assistant Director, 110140||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|The Assistant Director of Housing Facilities is responsible for the overall direction of the following departmental areas: Facilities and ResNet. The Assistant Director of Housing Facilities has the primary responsibility of development and delivery of services and programs, which produce a residential experience that ensures the quality of life, well-being, and personal development of our student population. This position also ensures compliance with fire and building regulations and codes, management of short and long term projects, and supervision of Housing Facilities staff.
|Coordinator, 100920||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|Manage and coordinates day to day operations of the Aquatic Center. The Coordinator will be responsible for hiring, training, evaluating and scheduling the Aquatic Center student and OPS staff and will supervise the activities of graduate, undergraduate and OPS staff to ensure the Aquatic Center is opened and closed at the posted times and that event set-up/tear down is executed as stated in customer contracts. Assists in generating all deposits and daily reconciliation of all cash, credit, and check transactions and issuing refunds for Aquatic Center and HLS Facility, as needed. Manages the special events in the Aquatic Center. Assists, as needed, in managing events in the HLS Facility. Coordinates facility reservations, identifies risk management issues and ensures conflicts between users are solved in a professional manner. Develop and maintain effective relationships with facility users. Administer contracts that includes reviewing, planning, and executing events within the Aquatic Center. Coordinate and communicate facility set up diagrams to staff and patrons. Responsible for ensuring ADA, state fire codes, and building emergency action plans are followed. Manage patron complaints and solve customer service issues. A vital component of this position is a demonstrated ability to work autonomously with initiative, critical and creative thinking, a strong commitment to teamwork, customer service and communication.
|Recreation OPS Pool Posting||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|The Recreation and Wellness Services department is collecting applications for part-time, temporary positions in their area. The positions may range from support in the following areas: Intramurals, Outdoor Adventures, Aquatics, Fitness Center, Recreation Facilities, and other areas as needed. Some positions may require certifications and the hiring manager will discuss. Please list any training and/or certifications you possess on your application. These certifications may include: CPR, AED, Lay Responder First Aid, Lifeguard, etc.
|Office Administrator 128110||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|Manages the administration and daily operations of the activities within the Department of Public Health under the supervision of the Department Chair. Provides high-level administrative support, strong organizational skills, and the ability to complete tasks efficiently and effectively while prioritizing workload assignments, maintaining confidentiality, and responding with superior customer service skills to faculty, visitors, students, and other stakeholders. Works independently and demonstrates sound judgment when making decisions related to the smooth overall function of the department, including supervision of other staff when needed (e.g., federal work-study positions). Individual must have the ability to manage and keep accurate financial records for E&G, expenses, grants, and contracts expenditures. Coordinates and directs office functions, such as records and budget preparation. Handles travel arrangements for the department employees.