Employment Job announcements for Faculty and A&P and USPS vacancies are distributed on Thursday of each week. Vacancy information for Faculty positions may also be obtained from the Office of Equal Opportunity Programs (850) 599-3076 and/or the Division of Academic Affairs (850) 599-3276.
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This Section coordinates employment and recruitment, employee selection, employment verification and the employee appointment process of all employees for the University. The Section is also responsible for the proper allocation and classification of all positions utilized by the University.
Employment is available in the following categories:
These positions are assigned to the Administrative and Professional Classification Plan and ordinarily report directly to the President. They include the classifications of provost, vice president, general counsel, and athletic director. These positions are responsible for or are significantly involved in policy making at the University and do not have tenure and do not have any expectation of appointment beyond a 60 days’ notice period.
These positions are assigned the principal responsibility of teaching, research, or public service activities or administrative responsibility for functions directly related to the academic mission.
Administrative and Professional (A&P)
These positions perform administrative and management responsibilities or professional duties at the department/unit level or above.
University Support Personnel System (USPS)
These positions perform professional, paraprofessional, administrative, clerical, secretarial, technical, skilled crafts, service or maintenance duties.
Other Personal Service (OPS)
These are at-will, temporary employment positions.
Federal Immigration and Naturalization laws require that employers hire only citizens and nationals of the United States and lawfully authorized alien workers. Compliance with the law requires completion of Form I-9, which is used to verify identity and employment eligibility of all persons hired at the University.
Equal Employment Opportunity
All qualified applicants, including the disabled, will receive consideration for employment and promotion without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, political affiliation, marital status, or age except as provided by law.
Individuals who need a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in the application/selection process must notify the Office of Equal Opportunity Programs at (850) 599-3076 a minimum of five working days prior to the application deadline. TDD NUMBER is (850) 561-2998.