A typical day was busy. the Campus Bookstore and then the College of Medicine. I learned about running a bookstore and about health insurance and physicians billing work. Management was Management. The culture was laid back but professionals. The hardest part of the job was getting use to the dress code. I come from New York City and we had a strict professional dress code. It took a couple of years in Florida, I now enjoy dressing done sometime to go to work.
I learned how and what the value of having insurance is.
Solid background in all aspects of administrative and procedures with strong organizational and people skills. A self-motivated employee and an effective communicator with a proven ability to: • Work independently on assigned projects • Establish and maintain a professional environment • Ability to pay attention to details of simultaneous projects • Coordinate and manage special and promotional events • Create and work in a team environment
Detailed-oriented, reliable employee who is • Highly motivated • Professional • Flexible and adept at resolving issues • Able to maintain confidentiality • Has strong communication and organizational skills • Enjoys and thrives in a fast-paced work environment
It Was A Decent environment but it wasn’t A job that make You feel comfortable
Custodian (Former Employee) – Gainesville, FL – January 30, 2019
A typical day at work would be just cleaning I really didn’t learn anything but what was expected for the job the most enjoyable part was The break the hardest part was when you have a manger watching everything you do which is uncomfortable when trying to work
I loved the security and status of being a University of Florida employee. It would have been incredibly difficult for me to afford to finish my bachelor's degree if my tuition had not been reimbursed. There's a great feeling on campus because everyone--faculty, staff & students--are working to better themselves.
My typical day would consist of conducting experiments to validate and optimize the test results. Validating the results helped me strengthen my analytical skills. It offers a great workplace culture and an opportunity to interact with people from different parts of the world
Day to day was a coin toss if it would end well or not
Research Associate (Former Employee) – Gainesville, FL – January 21, 2019
Odd mixture of academic and government management ,state and federal, rules enforced depending on no particular reason or person in charge . Layers of plausible deniability built into positions of responsibility
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Lem Turner and Lila Jacksonville Florida – January 18, 2019
I enjoy working out wish I was still there but it was only temporary thank you 3 days out the week I work with a podiatrist the other several days out the week I worked in the lab as a phlebotomist working with the podiatrist I wrap and unwrap dressing removes stitches and Staples order Supplies kept inventory of supplies one of the most enjoyable place I've ever worked with in my career I truly miss the place
Everybody looked out for each other very profeossional, and a great place to work, they gave a free lunch every week, make sure that we was in tune with everybody from the patience to the staff.
End User Computing Specialist II (Current Employee) – Gainesville, FL – January 8, 2019
UF provides a casual work environment. It is open and welcomes particularly in the Pediatrics Department. There is opportunity to grow within UF as a whole, perhaps not in your division. Often UF requires workers to work a year or so OPS before getting TEAMS
Laid back, opportunity for growth, education opportunities.
Research Associate (Former Employee) – Gainesville, FL – January 4, 2019
Very bad research is done at UF. Can not be compared with top universities. The PI is doing research but did not know why he is doing? He had a DARPA funding and lost it in a few months and I have to leave all of sudden.