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Instructor - Communication 121890 Pensacola - Main Campus
The UWF Department of Communication, housed within the College of Arts, Social Sciences, and Humanities (CASSH), seeks a dynamic instructor to join our full-time faculty as an Instructor. Start date either in Summer or Fall 2023, depending on the top candidate’s availability. The department offers a broad array of courses within the field of communication, including advertising, digital video and cinema, journalism, public relations, rhetoric, and social media. Instructors and tenure-line faculty work as partners within a collegial departmental environment. Position duties include teaching four courses per semester in public speaking, social media content production, and advertising, as well as additional areas of expertise in applied elements of mass-mediated communication.
OPS Research Assistant CEDB Pensacola - Main Campus
The responsibilities of the Research Assistant/Associate are research-related. Research Assistants/Associates provide professional-level support related to research and creative activities that contribute to the mission of the CEDB, under direct supervision by the Director or Principal Investigator. Examples of responsibilities Serves in a research capacity for project within the university, which may include the following duties and responsibilities: • Performs tasks related to specific function/program assigned • Assumes responsibilities and assists faculty members in research and creative activities for a designated research area • Develops work plans in accordance with research objectives • Assists in the collection, analysis, and dissemination of data and/or research findings • Assists with development and evaluation of materials related to the scope of the research project • Assists in specialized administrative, technical, or editorial duties connected to research and creative activities • Prepares reports as needed • Supervises/coordinates participants for data collection • Supervises/coordinates scoring of project data • Completes other tasks as assigned by the principal investigator(s) • Works on supporting ongoing research grants and assisting faculty with developing new grant applications.
Asst. Dean, Student Affairs, 113300 Pensacola - Main Campus
The Assistant Dean of students will have oversight of student support and case management responsibilities within the Dean of Students Office including triaging student concerns; helping students problem solve, connecting students to resources on and off-campus, providing basic needs support, responding quickly and appropriately to challenges and/or crises, and providing follow up as necessary. Through formal and informal interactions, the assistant dean of students will meet with students on a daily basis to address interpersonal, behavioral, academic and health and wellbeing concerns. The assistant dean will serve as the primary point of contact for students, parents/families, faculty and staff regarding students of concern. The Assistant Dean will serve in the Dean of Students Office on-call rotation and will be expected to respond appropriately to student incidents and crises; coordinate emergency protocols and provide crisis management support. They must also collaborate with and make referrals to University offices/organizations to provide broad-based student support while implementing appropriate administrative processes, as needed.
Reference Librarian - E-resources/STEM Librarian 109130 Pensacola - Main Campus
The University of West Florida Libraries in Pensacola, FL seeks an Assistant Librarian (position #109130) to be the E-resources/STEM Librarian and subject liaison for assigned disciplines including Chemistry, Physics, Math, Computer Science, Earth & Environmental Science, Engineering and Intelligent Systems & Design. This learner-centered Reference librarian is responsible for: - Providing reference and research assistance to library patrons through multiple modes of delivery, including scheduled shifts at the Reference Desk - As the Reference liaison for assigned disciplines, including those in the Hal Marcus College of Science & Engineering, responsibilities will include: + Providing group and individual library instruction and/or Information Literacy instruction and activities + Serving as a subject specialist and faculty liaison + Providing individual research consultations + Creating and maintaining library user aids, tutorials, and research guides within assigned disciplines, as well as selected general areas - Maintain records and statistical data about instruction and other reference service-related activities. - Coordinating the library’s electronic resources and serials, including investigation, recommendation, negotiation, procurement, licensing, and management of resources, and serving as the principal library contact with electronic resources vendors and publisher - Managing the electronic resources and serials budget, tracking expenditures and forecasting costs, and creating reports as necessary to keep the Collection Development Committee, library administration, and faculty updated on expenditures - Work closely with the Technical Services department to maintain the Libraries' access to electronic resources, troubleshoot electronic resource access issues, maintain records and statistical data about electronic resources and serials. - Selection, acquisition, management, weeding, and development of library materials, in all formats, for assigned subject areas - Serving on statewide committees/subcommittees related to e-resources and serials acquisition and management - Completing other duties as assigned The successful candidate must be able to thrive in a collaborative and innovative environment; successfully communicate and collaborate with other departments; enthusiastically participate in projects involving new and emerging technologies; and possess excellent patron service, communication, writing, and organizational skills. Regular work schedule during the fall and spring academic sessions is Monday through Friday.
Coordinator, Events & Visit Experience 101040 Pensacola - Main Campus
This position will coordinate UWF's new student visit experiences. Duties include the management of the Visitors Center operations, supervision and training of Student Admissions Reps (tour guides), and planning and execution of various recruitment and yielding events throughout the year.
Education & Tour Coordinator 118580 Downtown Pensacola
This position is responsible for the coordination and scheduling of public, private, and school tours at UWF Historic Trust. Responsible for onboarding groups to the site and processing their payments. Responsible for training part time interpretive staff and volunteers on school and educational programming. Develops and implements educational programming, lessons plans, and outreach programs. Assists with development and scheduling of educational programs at the Pensacola Children’s Museum. Coordinates with area school districts on history fair. Assists in the daily operation of site museums, opening/closing museums, giving educational tours in historical clothing. Sometimes works in inclement weather conditions
Academic Advisor I 115070 Pensacola - Main Campus
Job Summary: 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.
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.
CRM Sr. Coordinator 120740 Pensacola - Main Campus
Remote schedule will be considered. This is a specialty position under the supervision of the Associate Director, Operations & Systems and in close coordination with the Senior Coordinator, Enrollment Marketing, the CRM Coordinator primarily focuses on the management of the undergraduate admissions CRM including but not limited to daily needs such as record consolidation, deployment of deliver/mailings campaigns, import of various datasets, mapping, text message deployment (within our chatbot), and queries as well as long-term infrastructure for our application logic, communication plan, reports, fields, prompts, forms, rules, populations, etc. The incumbent would be integral to CRM maintenance, customization, development, cycle preparation, training, and communication planning to support the enrollment goals and objectives of the university. They would proactively recommend Slate enhancements for processing/operations as well as recruitment and implement new features. At times, they may serve as a liaison with campus stakeholders and vendors including Common App, ACT/SAT, ScarletCS, etc. This individual will serve as first-level support for CRM-related concerns raised by internal and external university stakeholders by troubleshooting, triaging requests, and collecting documentation to elevate to Slate Service Desk if needed. Frequently, with direction from the Senior Coordinator, Enrollment Marketing, the individual will deploy email and text message communication to prospective students and applicants via the CRM and chatbot. They will validate queries for internal and external campus stakeholders with immense consideration for data security, integrity, and protection. The CRM Coordinator will also work closely within and monitor the chatbot for content accuracy. As needed, the CRM Coordinator will represent UWF to prospective students and families through attending all-staff recruitment events virtually or in person.
Assistant Professor Mechanical Engineering 126160 Pensacola - Main Campus
The successful candidate will teach at both the undergraduate and graduate level, conduct research, advise students, mentor student projects, and participate in recruitment and outreach activities.
Diversity Initiatives Graduate Assistant Pensacola - Main Campus
The Diversity Initiatives Graduate Assistant (GA) will work with the Office of Equity and Inclusion (OEI) staff to promote and market all OEI programs, events, and partnerships. The GA will also complete research when requested, assist with workshops/training, and campus-wide events. This role is responsible for event management, developing training, and assisting with initiatives to create and foster an open and inclusive environment. The incumbent assists in fostering partnerships with campus partners that align with UWF’s Diversity Goals.
Director - Usha Kundu, MD College of Health Advising Center 121480 Pensacola - Main Campus
The Director provides leadership and oversight for academic advising processes and practices in the Advising Center, including but not limited to: development and execution of appropriate advising processes; training, supervision, and evaluation of advising center staff; evaluation of advising processes; participation in college and university strategic planning and reporting; and assisting and advising students as appropriate.
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.
SBDC Marketing Consultant 12732T Pensacola - Main Campus
Initiates, establishes, and maintains relationship with media contacts for promoting SBDC programs and services. Coordinates with the local Chambers of Commerce, Economic Development Centers, and other strategic partners for collaborative marketing, outreach, and networking in the business community. Creates client success stories and client success videos on a regular basis in order to meet our annual goals. Leads the charge in advancing the brand of Florida SBDC at UWF in marketing activities. Leads innovative social media and traditional media content and posts focused on our target market clients, strategic partners, and stakeholders. Creates content that establishes the SBDC, our business consultants, and our client training speakers as the experts in their fields. Creates exciting content that elicits the desired response from existing clients, prospective clients, strategic partners, and stakeholders. Educate and advise clients on marketing growth strategies through following network consulting policies and procedures. One-on-one advice and consulting to be provided to include: marketing research and plan development; business management and operations; and basic legal issues. Develop educational materials and present educational programs as appropriate. Outreach to educate clients, partners and stakeholders on SBDC services and impact. Contribute to knowledge creation and dissemination through communicating with peers and participating in network activities. Significant networking and alliance building with community partners including Economic Development Agencies, Chambers of Commerce, and other community organizations for the purpose of building client service base. Must be able to work both independently and collaboratively. This position requires successful completion of annual professional development hours. This position will regularly work evenings attending meetings and events. During declared campus emergencies, this position may be required to perform specific job related duties at a designated off-campus location or place of residence.
SBDC Business Consultant - Pensacola Location 12141T Pensacola - Main Campus
Educate and advise clients on growth strategies, business model concepts and advanced financial forecasting, advanced capital structures and strategies through following network consulting policies and procedures. One-on-one advice and consulting to be provided to include: business and strategic plan development; financial analysis and planning; marketing research and plan development; business management and operations; and basic legal issues. Develop educational materials and present educational programs as appropriate. Outreach to educate clients, partners and stakeholders on SBDC services and impact. Contribute to knowledge creation and dissemination through communicating with peers and participating in network activities. Significant networking and alliance building with community partners including Economic Development Agencies, Chambers of Commerce, and other community organizations for the purpose of building client service base. Must be able to work both independently and collaboratively. This position requires successful completion of annual professional development hours. This position will regularly work evenings attending meetings and events. During declared campus emergencies, this position may be required to perform specific job related duties at a designated off-campus location or place of residence.
SBDC Business Consultant - Fort Walton Location 12151T Pensacola - Main Campus
Educate and advise clients on growth strategies, business model concepts and advanced financial forecasting, advanced capital structures and strategies through following network consulting policies and procedures. One-on-one advice and consulting to be provided to include: business and strategic plan development; financial analysis and planning; marketing research and plan development; business management and operations; and basic legal issues. Develop educational materials and present educational programs as appropriate. Outreach to educate clients, partners and stakeholders on SBDC services and impact. Contribute to knowledge creation and dissemination through communicating with peers and participating in network activities. Significant networking and alliance building with community partners including Economic Development Agencies, Chambers of Commerce, and other community organizations for the purpose of building client service base. Must be able to work both independently and collaboratively. This position requires successful completion of annual professional development hours. This position will regularly work evenings attending meetings and events. During declared campus emergencies, this position may be required to perform specific job related duties at a designated off-campus location or place of residence.
2023 UWF Orientation Leader - Student Assistant 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.
Instructor, Activity Director-Curriculum Specialist 12658T Pensacola - Main Campus
Under UWF's Title III Program STEM Success project, this position will oversee daily implementation of activity tasks and assist in ensuring strategies are executed on time and on budget, supervise specialist positions funded by the grant, assist in the evaluation of project initiatives, develop and offer professional development on pedagogical best practices, assist faculty in redesigning courses based on active learning and oversee pilots of redesigned courses. The position will go through 9/29/2023.
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.
Coordinator - Title IX Specialist 127740 Pensacola - Main Campus
Reporting to the Title IX Coordinator/Associate Director of the Office of Equity and Diversity (OED), the Title IX Program Specialist will provide administrative, investigative, and programmatic support to Title IX Programs within OED. 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.

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