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ADJUNCT FACULTY
The University of Fort Lauderdale is seeking adjunct faculty to work within the following areas: General Studies, College of Business Leadership, College of Religious Studies, and College of Liberal Arts. Candidates must have master’s degree (Terminal Degree preferred from a fully accredited institution) and 18 graduate semester hours in the teaching discipline from an institution accredited by an agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education at the time of application. All interested candidates should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and a copy of your transcripts to humanresources@uftl.edu or contact the University at (954) 486-7728.

 

CONTROLLER

This Controller manages all financial accounting activities of University of Fort Lauderdale (UFTL) including but not limited to preparation of financial statements, preparation of and analyze operational budgets, reconciliation of bank statements, supervision of all receipts and payment activities, monthly closing of the financial records, department reports, forecast growth and development, management of the aged payables and receivables, prepare periodic management financial reports, etc.   This position is responsible for the development and application of financial procedures surrounding the receipt, payment, and recording of all financial activity.  This position requires the performance of advanced accounting and management skills and familiarity with QuickBooks, Excel, Word, and PowerPoint software.  This position requires a motivated, self-starter candidate.  The candidate must be able to excel in both written and oral communication. This position will require the supervision of accounting staff.

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Athletic Trainer

Reports To: Athletic Director Classification: Exempt

Major Responsibilities: Develop, coordinate, and administer a comprehensive sports medical program for University of Fort Lauderdale intercollegiate sports. The athletic trainer will also perform professional and administrative services essential for the successful implementation and development of the program. He / She will also perform sports specific trainings. The Athletic Trainer is responsible for all aspects of health care in the athletic environment. This includes prevention of athletic injuries; recognition and evaluation of injuries; management, treatment, and disposition of athletic injuries; rehabilitation of athletic injuries; organization and administration; and education and counseling of athletes, as outlined by the National Trainers Association (NATA). This Position must maintain appropriate certifications and Continuing Education Units (CEUs) as required in the field.

Other: The scope of the position requires weekend and evening work. Usually, 45-55 hours a week position

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Sports Information Director

Reports To: Athletic Director Classification: Exempt

Major Responsibilities:  Sports Information Directors document and publicize the accomplishments of athletes and teams for the school or league they represent. SIDs typically work as a liaison between the school or league and the local or national media. They prepare the press releases to promote the intercollegiate athletic program (game results, game schedules, special events, departmental athletic and academic achievements, personnel/student-athlete news, community involvement activities, etc.) Prepares all publications to support all of the sports programs. Serves as a liaison between the University and the media for intercollegiate athletic-related material and information. They maintain a timely presence on the internet through website and social media. Serves as the primary point of contact for the athletic opponents: (Providing rosters, statistics, media lists, etc.)

Like many sports careers, there are few “typical days” for SIDs, who may spend a morning editing a future media guide, an afternoon welcoming media for a team day and an evening tracking statistic in the press box during a game.

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