Whether you're seeking job stability or a generous benefits package that enables you to provide for your family in the years to come, we have you covered.
Maybe you're seeking an ideal work/life balance. If so, come join us at a place where you'll want to work in a city you'll love to call home.
I had just been through a consolidation at the newspaper where I worked. I knew newspapers were starting a down-sizing trend, and that the next cut could include my job. Working at UF has provided the insurance benefits our family needed, and an opportunity I love -- to tell the world about the new and important work being done here.Liesl O'Dell, Senior Communicator, UF Foundation
Gators take care of each other. If you decide to make the move to UF, we want to keep you around. That's why we offer a competitive salary, a solid benefits package and the security of knowing that setting our goals high means there is always a lot of work to be done.
UF also provides voluntary savings opportunities through tax-deferred and Roth 403(b) plans. Additionally, employees are eligible to participate in the State of Florida's Deferred Compensation Program (457).
UF currently participates in a number of state and university-sponsored benefit programs.
Employee cost: $50/month.*
*Full-time rate; other tiers available.
Employee cost: $180/month.*
*Full-time rate; other tiers available.
Health and voluntary insurance plans are provided for same-sex and opposite-sex domestic partners.
$25,000 coverage paid by the state.*
*Full-time rate; part-time shares premium cost
176 hours (6.769 hours per bi-weekly pay period) for 12-month faculty.
104 hours per year (4 hours per bi-weekly pay period).
10 days per year and December Personal Leave — 4 days between December 25 and January 1.
Faculty may draw on unearned leave to fund short-term parental leave.
Full-time faculty employed for a minimum of six months may receive tuition assistance for up to six credit hours per semester at the state of Florida university closest to their work location.
Dependent children of UF's full-time faculty may be eligible through TEP to attend a participating Tuition Exchange university or college at a significant tuition reduction, or at no tuition charge.
UF also provides faculty opportunities to gain professional renewal through planned travel, study, research or other experiences of professional value.
I couldn't have made this move if there weren't opportunities for my husband. As an entrepreneur, Darryl is excited to be in Gainesville because of its investment in growing new businesses in the region and state.Christina Gardner-McCune, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, College of Engineering
It's not every day that you see a university and city so mutually supportive. With its beautiful natural landscape, nearby freshwater springs and wide-open prairies, Gainesville has been called an "urban forest." A place "where nature and culture meet."
But there's more to the climate in Gainesville than the near-perfect weather and scenic environment. There is the climate of innovation and entrepreneurship that has resulted in the creation of a substantial number of new businesses in recent years, making the city especially attractive for dual-career families. The University of Florida has many employees whose spouses have found jobs elsewhere in Gainesville. Likewise, you'll find many working couples on campus.
If you already live in Gainesville, you know just how special this city is. Gainesville has been described as one of America's best college towns and a hotspot for talented workers. Money magazine, Frommer's and Forbes are just a few of the magazines that have named Gainesville the top city in the nation for livability.
For those of you not familiar with "Hogtown" (as it was once known), here are a few more reasons to consider making Gainesville your home.
One of the main reasons I came to UF was the ability to build this program, this dream of helping everybody. The collaborations that happen here are really quite unique and allow the work to go forward together.David A. Weinstein, M.D., M.M.Sc. - Director, UF Glycogen Storage Disease Program
Just as UF aims to rise to become one of the preeminent universities in the country, we recognize each individual’s career achievements benefit our collective efforts. The University of Florida has an abundance of tools and talent to empower employees in all areas and at every level. When our employees succeed, the University of Florida rises. We support them and their careers.
We offer training programs and resources designed to bring out your best. Courses range from business communications and management to personal development as well as financial literacy and retirement - and beyond.
UF also provides Leadership Development programs that help maximize the leadership qualities you already possess while allowing you to cultivate new strengths through education and training.
Our UF Leadership Competency Model provides the framework for our three programs-Managing at UF: The Supervisory Challenge, the UF Academy and Advanced Leadership for Academics and Professionals.
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