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Adjunct Instructor Pool (Dept. of Movement Sciences and Health) Pensacola - Main Campus
The Department of Movement Sciences and Health is seeking qualified part-time adjunct instructors to teach in the following fields, Exercise Science, Physical Education, Health Promotion, Athletic Training, and Sport Coaching.
Business Manager 123720 Pensacola - Main Campus
The Business Manager is responsible for establishing, maintaining and closing contracts and grants in the University accounting system, including grant matching funds required by 2 CFR 200 and assisting with the testing and implementation of the Banner Financial System updates as required.
Senior Coordinator - Title IX Specialist, 127740 Pensacola - Main Campus
The Title IX Specialist will provide administrative, investigative, and programmatic support to Title IX Programs within OEI. The Title IX Specialist may receive, review, and investigate reports and/or complaints of sexual and gender-based harassment, discrimination, other forms of interpersonal violence and retaliation. Will ensure institutional compliance with Title IX of the Education Amendments of the 1972 Civil Rights Act (“Title IX”), and the Violence Against Women Act Reauthorization of 2013 (“VAWA”). The Title IX Specialist will support the coordinated effort to ensure prompt and equitable resolution of complaints; develop and implement proactive programs, training, and initiatives to educate and support UWF Community; develop and maintain Title IX related communications; in consultation with the appropriate offices determine applicable sanctions/disciplinary action. Will also support other programs and services within the Office of Equity and Diversity.
Lead Teacher or Teacher, Child Development, #101440 Pensacola - Main Campus
The Lead Teacher, Child Development position is responsible for the daily operation of an assigned age group program including pedagogy, classroom management, and direction of support staff. The incumbent is responsible for providing instruction and learning activities in a VPK classroom in accordance with all state requirements including administering the VPK assessment. The Lead Teacher, Child Development is responsible for one or more room assignments working with child development teachers, teacher assistants, or interns and for planning, developing, and supervising the programs for the classroom and outdoor environments. The Teacher, Child Development position will be responsible for the daily operation of an assigned early childhood age group program under the supervision of a Lead Teacher, Managing Lead Teacher, or Director. This position ensures that the classroom operates in a safe, healthy and developmentally appropriate manner at all times.
Laborer 126570 Pensacola - Main Campus
The Laborer primarily performs event set up, furniture moving, and surplus material handling tasks; some minor facilities maintenance; and grounds maintenance work. The incumbent works with a variety of equipment including but not limited to push mower, string trimmer, edger, blower, drill, saw, paint brush and other maintenance tools.
Strategic Communication Coordinator 127750 Pensacola - Main Campus
The strategic communication coordinator reports to the DAESA Director of Strategic Communication and Assessment. This position produces timely digital and print communication collateral and communications, and it involves strategic communication, writing, project management, quality control, and customer service. The coordinator must possess strong verbal and written communication skills and be able to establish and maintain positive relationships with University staff, students, contracted partners, and vendors. The coordinator must also maintain the confidentiality of institutional and student data.
Entrepreneurial Nexus Project Manager, 125060- Central Florida/Orlando Area Downtown Pensacola
Works to integrate, highlight and connect the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Florida led by the Florida SBDC Network. Leads and manages development of a network of entrepreneurial focused entities. Engages with stakeholders in outreach activities to recruit additional partners to participate in the entrepreneurial nexus. Collaborates with SBDC executive leadership and strategic stakeholders to prepare budgets, presentations, financial projections, and programmatic reports for the success of the Nexus. This includes support documentation for weekly and monthly meetings with SBDC executive leadership to report on the successes of the Nexus. This position allows eligible veterans and their spouses to claim Veterans’ Preference pursuant to Section 295.07, F.S.; applicants claiming preference are responsible for providing required documentation on or before the posting deadline date as such documentation is required for eligibility determination. Supporting documentation, in addition to the DD214, may be required based on eligibility criteria. For information on obtaining a DD214, visit http://www.archives.gov/veterans/military-service-records/ or call 1-866-272-6272. At the conclusion of this search, if a non-preference eligible applicant is appointed to the position and you are a preference-eligible applicant and believe that you were not afforded employment preference in accordance with applicable Florida law and regulation, a written complaint requesting an investigation may be submitted to the Florida Department of Veterans’ Affairs, Division of Benefits and Assistance, 9500 Bay Pines Blvd., Room 214, St. Petersburg, Florida 33708. Such complaint should be filed within 60 calendar days from the date that the notice the position has been filled is received by the applicant pursuant to Sections 120.569 and 120.57, F.S. Prior to filing a complaint, it is the responsibility of the preference-eligible applicant to contact the designated Human Resources or other contact person at least one time after 45 days have passed from the final date for submitting an application or the interview date, whichever is later in time, if the applicant has not received notice of a hiring decision.
Adjunct Instructor Pool - Center for Cybersecurity Downtown Pensacola
The Center for Cybersecurity at the University of West Florida is seeking qualified applicants to serve as adjunct faculty to teach fully online (synchronous or asynchronous) courses for the Center’s training and workforce development programs. Adjunct faculty will teach one or more course from the topics listed below: Cybersecurity Fundamentals, Network Defense Fundamentals, Advanced Network Defense, Incident Response, Threat Intelligence / Hunting, Risk Management, Cloud Security, ICS Security, AI and ML for Cybersecurity, CMMC Compliance, and Security Compliance and Auditing, Also seeking adjunct faculty to teach industry certification prep courses, including but not limited to CompTIA A+, Network+, Security+, Linux+, and Cybersecurity Analyst. The Center for Cybersecurity at the University of West Florida is building a qualified adjunct faculty pool for the Center’s training and workforce development programs. Applications will be accepted and reviewed on an on-going basis. Questions regarding the position should be directed to Laura Sommers at lsommers@uwf.edu or (850) 474-3392.
Graduate Assistant- Residence Life Graduate Assistant for Advising and Programming (Fall 2023/Spring 2024) Pensacola - Main Campus
The Graduate Assistant for Advising and Programming reports to the Residence Life Coordinator (RLC) who advises the Residence Hall Association (RHA) and National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH). This position will serve as the co-advisor for both RHA & NRHH. This position also provides support and oversight within the department for the creation, completion, and assessment of programming efforts and marketing initiatives for Housing & Residence Life. This position does not oversee a community or staff, however it may be called to serve and assist in various housing processes which include, but are not limited to: opening, closing, health & safety checks, marketing, assessment, and various committees on campus. All positions within the Housing & Residence Life department begin with mandatory training in mid-July each year. This is a full-time training which runs through early August. All assistantships require some scheduled night and weekend obligations per semester. These obligations can be associated with major department events, including but not limited to move-in weekends and hall closing days. As with any live-in position, staff members are also responsible for handling crises as they occur. These assistantships will average 30 hours per week over the course of the academic year.
Graduate Assistant- Residence Life Hall Director (Fall 2023/Spring 2024) Pensacola - Main Campus
The Hall Director reports to a Residence Life Coordinator (RLC) and collaborates with their supervisor to shape the environment and experiences of residential students by providing services and programs. All positions within the Housing & Residence Life department begin with mandatory training in mid-July each year. This is a full-time training which runs through early August. All assistantships require some scheduled night and weekend obligations per semester. These obligations can be associated with major department events, including, but not limited to: move-in weekends and hall closing days. As with any live-in position, staff members are also responsible for handling crises as they occur. These assistantships will average 30 hours per week over the course of the academic year.
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.
Information Specialist, 105650 Pensacola - Main Campus
Performs circulation desk duties (including, but not limited to, circulating items, supervising desk student(s), dealing with circulation problems, receiving packages, checking phone messages, assisting patrons with locating course reserves, retrieving holds, and checking remote book drops). Assists the Equipment Specialist with equipment maintenance, including imaging, inventory, barcoding, cleaning, and organization of the extensive circulation collection of equipment for students, faculty, and staff. Helps compile data for annual reporting and proposals as needed. Opens the library multiple days a week, occasionally closes the library if needed, and works rotating Saturdays as needed. This position also serves as the primary backup for the weekday and Saturday opening of the library. This position allows eligible veterans and their spouses to claim Veterans’ Preference pursuant to Section 295.07, F.S.; applicants claiming preference are responsible for providing required documentation on or before the posting deadline date as such documentation is required for eligibility determination.  Supporting documentation, in addition to the DD214, may be required based on eligibility criteria.  For information on obtaining a DD214, visit http://www.archives.gov/veterans/military-service-records/ or call 1-866-272-6272. At the conclusion of this search, if a non-preference eligible applicant is appointed to the position and you are a preference-eligible applicant and believe that you were not afforded employment preference in accordance with applicable Florida law and regulation, a written complaint requesting an investigation may be submitted to the Florida Department of Veterans’ Affairs, Division of Benefits and Assistance, 9500 Bay Pines Blvd., Room 214, St. Petersburg, Florida 33708. Such complaint should be filed within 60 calendar days from the date that the notice the position has been filled is received by the applicant pursuant to Sections 120.569 and 120.57, F.S.  Prior to filing a complaint, it is the responsibility of the preference-eligible applicant to contact the designated Human Resources or other contact person at least one time after 45 days have passed from the final date for submitting an application or the interview date, whichever is later in time, if the applicant has not received notice of a hiring decision.
Office Specialist 116770 Pensacola - Main Campus
Office Specialist will assist the Director and Office Administrator in daily operations of the Center for Environmental Diagnostics and Bioremediation (CEDB) and the Wetlands Research Laboratory (WRL), and will assist the Chair of Physics with office administration duties. This position allows eligible veterans and their spouses to claim Veterans’ Preference pursuant to Section 295.07, F.S.; applicants claiming preference are responsible for providing required documentation on or before the posting deadline date as such documentation is required for eligibility determination. Supporting documentation, in addition to the DD214, may be required based on eligibility criteria. For information on obtaining a DD214, visit http://www.archives.gov/veterans/military-service-records/ or call 1-866-272-6272. At the conclusion of this search, if a non-preference eligible applicant is appointed to the position and you are a preference-eligible applicant and believe that you were not afforded employment preference in accordance with applicable Florida law and regulation, a written complaint requesting an investigation may be submitted to the Florida Department of Veterans’ Affairs, Division of Benefits and Assistance, 9500 Bay Pines Blvd., Room 214, St. Petersburg, Florida 33708. Such complaint should be filed within 60 calendar days from the date that the notice the position has been filled is received by the applicant pursuant to Sections 120.569 and 120.57, F.S. Prior to filing a complaint, it is the responsibility of the preference-eligible applicant to contact the designated Human Resources or other contact person at least one time after 45 days have passed from the final date for submitting an application or the interview date, whichever is later in time, if the applicant has not received notice of a hiring decision.
Lead Teacher, Child Development, 126430 Pensacola - Main Campus
The Lead Teacher, Child Development position is responsible for the daily operation of an assigned age group program including pedagogy, classroom management, and direction of support staff. The incumbent is responsible for providing instruction and learning activities in a VPK classroom in accordance with all state requirements including administering the VPK assessment. The Lead Teacher, Child Development is responsible for one or more room assignments working with child development teachers, teacher assistants, or interns and for planning, developing, and supervising the programs for the classroom and outdoor environments.
Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor 107490 Pensacola - Main Campus
This position will teach both face-to-face and online, undergraduate level courses in Legal Studies. There may be a need to teach future graduate courses as well. The position requires a commitment to collegiality, innovation in teaching and learning, professional development, academic citizenship, and cultural diversity. Summer teaching assignments may be available. The successful candidate will be expected to provide service to the department, college, university, and community. The Department of Administration and Law and the College of Education and Professional Studies emphasizes community engagement, grantsmanship, mentoring, and the integration of high-impact educational practices in teaching and learning.
Assistant Professor of Clinical Practice, Healthcare Administration, 125160 Pensacola - Main Campus
The successful candidate will develop and teach undergraduate and graduate courses in healthcare administration, health data analysis, and/or health economics; provide service to the Department of Health Sciences & Administration, the College of Health, and the University; and demonstrate leadership within their area of expertise. A normal teaching load is four courses per semester (12 credit hours). Dependent on available funds, compensated teaching is possible during the summer. This position requires a commitment to collegiality, innovation in teaching, academic and professional integrity, professional development, academic citizenship, and a physical presence on UWF’s main campus.
Visiting Instructor of Finance, 107820 Pensacola - Main Campus
The focus of this position will be to teach lower-level finance classes (face-to-face and online), specifically, Managerial Finance, and other finance related courses to adequately provide a good foundation in finance, and to prepare students for many other classes within the department and the College of Business. This position will teach four classes each fall and spring with a possible teaching assignment in the summer. This position will also serve on departmental, college and university committees. This Instructor will maintain his/her professional affiliations and contribute to professional activities. This position will mentor students and provide advice on professional endeavors.
Coordinator, 119730 Pensacola - Main Campus
The Case Manager in the Dean of Students Office will be responsible for working in conjunction with the Assistant Dean of Students to address various student concerns for both undergraduate and graduate students. Responsibilities will include overseeing the student emergency loan process, coordination with various departments to ensure timely and accurate disbursement of emergency funds, responding to referrals from faculty which includes following up with students in crisis, providing students their options and making appropriate campus and community referrals, assisting with the development and implementation of a data tracking system to accurately record case management referrals and assess the impact of student interventions, and overseeing the day to day operation of the Argo Pantry including staff coverage, distribution to students, and inventory of stock.
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.
Licensed Mental Health Counselor 119710 Pensacola - Main Campus
The primary role of this position is to provide individual, couples and group psychotherapy, consultation, crisis evaluation and services, supervision of interns, and outreach related to Counseling & Psychological Services. May be required to supervise pre-master's interns; may conduct assessment or research related to counseling, student development, and student needs; performs Baker Act assessments, consults with staff/interns regarding assessments.

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