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2023 UWF Orientation Leader 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.
Event Services Audio Visual Technician - Student Assistant Pensacola - Main Campus
Under general supervision of the Production Coordinator, the Event Services Audio Visual Technician is the first point of contact for clients and guests in an event space. This position performs services such as the setup, operation, audio, lighting, video, staging, electrical and/or other technical equipment, and provides high quality, efficient, and effective production of events in and around the University Commons and Event Services.
OPS Clerical - Administrative/Office Support Pensacola - Main Campus
This job posting is always open for the collection of applications for part-time or full-time temporary administrative office support positions to assist with filling vacancies that may arise in any department within the University of West Florida.
Coordinator 125860 Pensacola - Main Campus
Reporting to the Director, the Chief Curator oversees the Museum's curatorial program and cultivates relationships with cultural and academic stakeholders to support the mission of the institution and create more opportunities for meaningful engagement across the UWF Historic Trust, the wider university population, and the community-at-large. The Curator develops and organizes exhibitions, conducts original research on the collections, recommends acquisitions, develops relationships with donors and collectors, and coordinates collections planning. The Curator supervises the curatorial department of the PMA and works closely with the Director and the Curator of Education to align the museum's education, programming and operations with the curatorial vision.
Coordinator, 102050 Pensacola - Main Campus
The Coordinator II is responsible for the day-to-day operations of Tutoring services within Tutoring and Learning Resources. This includes ensuring effective delivery of the tutoring service offerings and workshops as well as recruiting, hiring, onboarding, and scheduling of graduate assistants, peer tutors, and workshop presenters. Support and provide consistent and effective Tutor Training across campus to partner tutoring locations. Offer and promote tutoring and other academic support services via the development of campus partnerships and clear communication campaigns; Collaborate with faculty, administration, and staff regarding student learning needs and encourage meaningful conversations with students to explore issues of academic performance and decision-making. Represent TLR at various events designed to educate the campus community about services and academic support strategies. Assist with the assessment of the effectiveness of tutoring services including conducting student surveys, usage and progress reports, and impact analyses. This position assists with supporting and furthering University retention goals and initiatives by providing individual academic support coordination to specific/targeted populations of students. This position also assists with the coordination of operations within Testing Services within the Center for Academic Success including test scheduling and proctor assignments.
Alumni Engagement Center Representative - Student Assistant Pensacola - Main Campus
Alumni Engagement Center Representative for the Spring 2023 semester. Employment dates: Wednesday, March 1 - Friday, April 28, 2023 Pay range: $11.00 - $12.00 (depending upon previous experience as an Alumni Engagement Center Representative) A. Solicit gifts from UWF alumni in support of the Annual Fund. 1) Conduct telephone solicitation phone calls with prospective donors. 2) Make clear and complete records of each call’s results. 3) Work at least two 4-hour calling sessions per week. (Sunday and Wednesday 2 to 5 p.m., Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday 5 to 9 p.m.) B. Serve as a representative of the University of West Florida to alumni. 1) Present a positive image of UWF. 2) Engage alumni in conversation regarding their interests and needs. 3) Explain the importance of voluntary giving by UWF alumni to the University. 4) Represent class, student body, and major department with enthusiasm. C. Maintain the Alumni Engagement Center (Phonathon room). 1) Keep room materials neat and organized. 2) Be responsible for the general care of telephones, equipment, and the room.
OPS Game Operation Manager Pensacola - Main Campus
Event Management: Will primarily help oversee, all athletic game day events. Help Coordinate all facility events set up and tear down for all events taking place at but not limited to UWF Softball Complex, Jim Spooner Field and UWF Field House. Serve as assistant tournament director for GSC and NCAA post season events. Ensure safety and security of participants and spectators at home events. Manage Athletic Facilities: Help maintain all athletic equipment used at athletic facilities including but not limited to athletic vehicles, laundry equipment, and grounds equipment. Help report work orders and maintenance requests for athletic facilities to ensure a safe environment. Assist in checking all practice and game fields are in ideal playing conditions. Supervision: Help manage, oversee, and organize game day staff week to week. Serve as team leader when working with other members of gameday staff.
Adjunct Instructor Pool for Center for Behavior Analysis - Graduate Level Pensacola - Main Campus
The Center for Behavior Analysis at the University of West Florida is seeking qualified applicants for an adjunct teacher position for graduate level courses in Applied Behavior Analysis.
Adjunct Instructor Pool for the Center for Behavior Analysis - Undergraduate Level Pensacola - Main Campus
The Center for Behavior Analysis at the University of West Florida is seeking qualified applicants for an adjunct teacher position for undergraduate level courses in Applied Behavior Analysis. The Center for Behavior Analysts maintains 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 Center for Behavior Analysis.
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 department is building a pool of adjunct instructors for upcoming teaching opportunities. Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis.
Student Assistant Pensacola - Main Campus
Student Patrollers (SP’s) are primarily responsible for enforcing parking regulations by way of issuing vehicles citations or by attaching vehicle boots. They patrol parking lots and report the existence of hazardous conditions. Patrollers mainly work outdoors and must become familiar with UWF Parking Regulations. Other duties include, but are not limited to: Answering parking-related questions in the office, organizing and issuing parking permits, assisting at the Visitor’s Center, assisting in traffic and crowd control for events on campus, removing and replacing signs, and other parking services related tasks.
Adjunct Instructor Pool (School of Nursing) Pensacola - Main Campus
The College of Nursing 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 School of Nursing.  Clinical instruction for pre-licensure nursing students in acute care (medical-surgical), pediatrics, and/or mental health settings.
OPS Laboratory Technician Pensacola - Main Campus
Conduct research on the discovery of metabolic diversity for biodegradation of organic compounds. Other duties include ordering supplies and maintenance of laboratory equipment to ensure proper operation.
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.
Information Aide- Arcadia Mill Archaeological Site Pensacola - Main Campus
Position interacts with the public on a daily basis and exhibits excellent customer service. The duties and responsibilities include walking the historical and archaeological mill site, opening/closing facilities, and working at visitor service desks. Position will interface with the public, answer questions, conduct site tours, and assist with light cleaning. Position is responsible at visitor service desks for answering visitor questions, running a register, selling merchandise, admissions tickets, and memberships. Position is 6-13 hours per week. Shifts are 9:30-4:15 on Fridays and Saturdays. This position has potential for additional hours at the downtown Historic Pensacola campus.
Adjunct Instructor Pool - Department of Public Health Pensacola - Main Campus
The Department of Public Health is seeking qualified part-time adjunct instructors to teach in the following domains: Public Health, Global Health, Health Disparities and Health Equity, Health Promotion, Applied Public Health Practice, Public Health Integrative Learning Experience, Monitoring and Evaluation in Public Health. Teaching courses covering some or all the following public health topics: Biostatistics and Epidemiology, Public Health Preparedness, Environmental Health, Health Policy and Administration Health Promotion and Education, Global Health Social and Behavioral Science. Successful candidates are expected to enrich courses by sharing theoretical and practical knowledge of the subject and encouraging direct application to the workplace within the field of public health. The Department of Public Health will consider and accept remote-working adjunct faculty.
Director, 113650 Pensacola - Main Campus
The University of West Florida (UWF) is seeking applicants for Director of the Florida Public Archaeology Network (FPAN). FPAN was established as a program of UWF in 2005 and serves the state through eight regions. The Director oversees the operation of the network from a Coordinating Center in downtown Pensacola, which also houses a museum, classroom, and a public archaeology lab. From the Coordinating Center, the Director supervises UWF staff assigned to headquarters operations and two regional offices in northwest Florida, and oversees annual contracts with university partners Flagler College, Florida Atlantic University, and University of South Florida who operate the other six regions. The FPAN Director exemplifies public archaeology, often delivering public programs and lectures, collaborating with local communities and organizations, serving on advisory boards, liaising with state partners, providing expert guidance on engagement strategies, and publishing the results of public archaeology research. This position reports directly to the dean of the College of Arts, Social Sciences, and Humanities, and is responsible for interaction with the University and an advisory board, and the oversight of personnel, planning, programming, budget, contracts, and all other operational details of this program. For more information about FPAN consult
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.

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