Welcome! We are excited that you are considering employment at the University of North Florida. Below you will find some information about employee benefits, the types of employment opportunities available, and how to make the most of UNF's online job site.
Current Job Openings
Administrative (A&P) employment includes positions assigned administrative and management responsibilities or professional duties at the department/unit level or above. Support (USPS) employment includes positions assigned paraprofessional, clerical, secretarial, technical, skilled, crafts, service, or maintenance duties.
Other Personnel Services (OPS) defines temporary employment with no guarantee of continued employment. OPS employees are not eligible for any form of paid leave (annual, sick, etc.), paid holidays, or state employee benefits (e.g., participation in state group insurance or retirement benefits). However, OPS employees reasonably expected to work at least 30 or more hours per week during may be eligible to participate in the state group insurance program. UNF students are NOT eligible to work OPS positions.
Student Assistant is a non-need based employment program governed by standard wage and labor laws. Only current UNF students are eligible to work student assistant positions. Students enrolled at least half-time during a semester are also eligible for certain tax exemptions.
*International students on F-1 and J-1 visas may work on campus a maximum of 20 hours per week when classes are in session. Working more than 20 hours per week may result in serious consequences for the student, such as termination of student status. For more information about international student employment, please visit the International Center webpage and the International Employees HR webpage.
Federal Work Study is a need-based federal financial aid program. To be eligible, students must apply for financial aid via the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The Financial Aid Office is responsible for determining and awarding FWS to eligible students. Students working under FWS positions may work a maximum of 20 hours per week when classes are in session.
Graduate Assistantships are awarded by individual departments and are subject to employment guidelines as specified by the hiring department and the Graduate School. Please refer to the Graduate Assistant Handbook for detailed information.