|Plumbing - Maintenance Specialist 109820||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|The incumbent performs a variety of journeyman level tasks to include but not limited to Carpentry, Electrical, Heating, Ventilation, Air Condition, Refrigeration, Plumbing, Painting, and Locksmith duties. These duties include installation, inspection, maintenance, repair or replacement of machinery, mechanical equipment, piping, electrical and plumbing systems, painting, carpentry, and locksmith related task. The following list of specific statements of duties does not preclude management from assigning such duties if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the position. Work assignments will come from blueprints, drawings, crude sketches, verbal or written instructions. The incumbent is responsible for the maintenance and repair of plumbing and plumbing systems in University buildings and building systems to include both potable water and waste water.
|Annual Giving Graduate Assistant||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|The Annual Giving Graduate Assistant contributes to the overall mission and functioning of the Alumni Relations and Annual Giving departments. The GA will manage the University Phonathon program. The GA will also play an instrumental role in creating and implementing Annual Giving plans. This role serves to support Annual Giving’s goals of stewardship, donor retention and giving among UWF alumni and friends. The GA will work under the direction of the Assistant Director of Development.
This position is an average of twenty (20) hours per week with an anticipated starting pay of $10.25 per hour. The position begins Monday, August 22, 2022 (the first day of classes for the Fall 2022 semester). The candidate's availability will need to be flexible for 20 hours between 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and as needed at nights and weekends.
A tuition waiver (in-state and out-of-state) may be available for the respective academic semesters. These waivers are dependent upon Graduate School student qualifications for tuition remission and funding/approval. Tuition waivers are anticipated, but not guaranteed for each semester.
Educational Value to Student:
- Opportunity to work in a professional environment.
- Networking opportunities with alumni, community members and campus VIPs.
- Establish knowledge of Development and Alumni Relations.
- Enhance written and oral communication skills.
- Enhance marketing and leadership skills.
- Viewed as a valuable team player for Development and Alumni Relations.
- Exposure to higher education administration.
|Graphic Design Internship||Downtown Pensacola|
|The Florida SBDC Network Headquarters is seeking a creative and driven graphic design intern to assist in the development and implementation of the network’s statewide marketing strategy. This individual will play a key role in the development and implementation of a variety of marketing initiatives including print collateral, toolkits, social media, email marketing, website and intranet collateral, etc.
-Adhere to brand guidelines and complete projects according to deadline
-Design clear and engaging graphics for print and web, including social media, ads, flyers, publications, and other marketing materials as needed.
-Assist with the network’s marketing strategy
-Create email marketing campaigns
-Assist with internal posting to the network intranet
-Additional duties as assigned.
|Environmental Services Specialist 112570||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|Unlock assigned buildings, cleans and services restrooms, lounges, classrooms, offices, public entrances, stairways, and other areas as assigned by supervision. Receives direct supervision from the Environmental Services Supervisor. Assists in coordinating the work Environmental Services Technicians. Takes recycle totters to curb on designated dates or as directed by supervisor. Operates various types of equipment including but not limit to automatic scrubbers , floor machines, wet/dry vacuums, sweepers, pressure washing equipment, and carpet extractors. Cleans and services areas as assigned by Coordinators based on operations needs.
Carries radio at all times and promptly answers radio calls. Responds to emergencies such as water incursion, human accidents, and debris cleanup. Provides custodial support for special evening events. Drives UWF vehicle to transport supplies and equipment to locations throughout campus. Follow and comply with all SOPs as outlined by Facilities Operations, and complies with all UWF policies.
This position is eligible for a 5% shift differential pay.
|Information Specialist 108300||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|The UWF Libraries' faculty and staff support the Diversity Plan of the University of West Florida and embrace values of equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility. We define diversity as a broad spectrum of human attributes including, but not limited to race, ethnicity, culture, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, veteran status, learning style, socio-economic background, and ability, viewed through the lens of our personal life experiences. UWF is especially interested in attracting candidates from historically underrepresented groups.
|Student Services Representative 114670||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|The Admissions Representative is responsible for the recruitment of students through attendance at college and career programs as well as visiting high schools and community colleges both in-state and out-of-state, as assigned. The incumbent represents UWF at Open House programs, high school award nights, on-campus school visits and serves as a contact for prospective and current undergraduate students regarding their educational options. The incumbent works directly with prospective students and their families to help them navigate the admission process; evaluates freshman applications for admission; and, provides regular follow-up communication with applicants who need more support before being admitted in addition to any other duties as needed. This position is expected to travel extensively.
|Department Chair, Social Work 107510||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|The Chair offers energetic, innovative, intellectual leadership; leads the department’s commitment to programmatic, pedagogical, and scholarly excellence across undergraduate and graduate programs; is committed to the vision of faculty as teacher/scholars and the open exchange of ideas; participates in the recruitment, development, and evaluation of faculty members; promotes UWF’s efforts to ensure timely student graduation and success, and helps to build UWF’s regional and national reputation. The Chair works closely with the CEPS Dean and promotes diversity and inclusion in all forms among faculty, staff, and students.
|Student OPS Maintenance Specialist (Pool Position)||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|Support utility plant and distribution systems operators and mechanics with equipment and systems preventative maintenance, repairs and operations. Support building HVAC technicians and mechanics with equipment and systems preventative maintenance, repairs and operations.
|Assistant Director, Web and Digital Strategy 124260||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|The Assistant Director of Web within the Office of Institutional Communications leads the on-going analysis, strategic planning, development, implementation and evaluation of the University of West Florida's web presence. This position leads and manages the development and maintenance of general web architecture, websites and webpages. The Assistant Director develops, implements and enforces web governance policies and procedures that align with institutional brand standards, accessibility guidelines and ITS requirements. This position works with the project, public relations and creative teams to manage web projects and develop strategies for the institutional web presence. The Assistant Director manages web support, quality assurance, SEO and accessibility.
|Coordinator of Alumni Philanthropy and Programming 113670||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|The Coordinator of Alumni Philanthropy and Programming will work with the Alumni Relations team to connect and engage Alumni. The Coordinator will oversee alumni giving initiatives and be the primary point of contact regarding the Alumni Participation score. This person will serve as the main point of contact for staffing Alumni Relations sponsored events
|Maintenance Specialist 104470||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|The incumbent performs a variety of journeyman level tasks to include but not limited to Carpentry, Electrical, Heating, Ventilation, Air Condition, Refrigeration, Plumbing, Painting, and Locksmith duties. These duties include installation, inspection, maintenance, repair or replacement of machinery, mechanical equipment, piping, electrical and plumbing systems, painting, carpentry, and locksmith related task. The following list of specific statements of duties does not preclude management from assigning such duties if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the position. Work assignments will come from blueprints, drawings, crude sketches, verbal or written instructions.
|Water/WasteWtr Tmt Plnt Op 109040||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|Assist in planning, administration, coordination, guidance, direction of Water/Wastewater Systems Operations. Maintain effective communication and contact with Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), Northwest Florida Water Management District (NWFWMD) and Florida Department of Health (DOH).
|HVAC Specialist 112220||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|This position will provide operational and maintenance support for HVAC equipment and related control systems. Duties include routine, preventative and rehabilitative maintenance of these systems per manufactures' recommendations on a daily, monthly, quarterly and annual basis. Effective communications skills are required to communicate with operations and maintenance support staff and campus customers to meet the mission of the University.
|Program Manager 105360||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|The Program Manager reports to the Associate Vice President of Facilities Management and provides administrative and fiscal support to Facilities Management, Planning and Construction, Facilities Maintenance, Buildings and Grounds, and Utility Operations. This position requires the individual to perform high level skills with minimum supervision while interacting with internal and external stakeholders including various state and local agencies. Responsible for monthly utility billing to specific campus and external entities, utility projections, utilities executive summaries as well as creating consumption reports and utility conservation support documentation. Additional tasks include but are not limited to contract management, web site administration, and position management and recruitment.
|Office Administrator 100840||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|Provides office administrative support for the Human Resources Department.
|Reservations Consultant - University Commons and Event Services||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|The University Commons Reservations Department handles all internal and external customers and events occurring within the facilities. This position will serve as part of the hub in which those customers contact our facility to host their events, whilst working in a paraprofessional manner to support professional Reservations staff. This position will also work in tandem with other departments to communicate event needs and changes.
|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.
|OPS Office Administrator||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|Perform a high level of administrative support for the College of Arts, Social Sciences, and Humanities Dean's Office. Manage front office operations to include: being the main receptionist, taking and relaying messages, assisting with routing mail, documenting processes as directed, assisting with maintaining the department filing system, managing calendars, 8and assisting with special projects as directed. Maintain personnel files, records filing and storage. Act as main Pcard user and purchaser for Dean's office . Prepare advertisements, hire, and supervise student employees. Prepare travel documentation for the Dean's Office. Serve as oversite for all College Pcard reviews.
|OPS Fitness Center Monitor||Pensacola - Main Campus|
|Fitness Center Monitors supervise a two-level, 10,000 square foot fitness area, including participants. Monitors and educates participants on the components of fitness, provides equipment orientations, enforces policies and procedures related to the operation of the fitness center, performs preventative maintenance and housekeeping duties, monitors incentive programs, and responds to emergencies. Attends monthly training workshops and staff meetings. Participate in semesterly written and practical evaluations. Must be able to lift 50 lbs and stand for 3+ hours. CPR/First Aid certification required.
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