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Jobs & Opportunities: April 15, 2013

Published: April 15th, 2013

Category: Jobs and Opportunities

Paid part-time Web developer position available

The Communications Office invites you to join its award-winning team and help with projects related to the college’s extensive website and other digital communications projects. Strong writing and web design skills and experience with HTML, CSS, and image editing software required.  Experience with WordPress a plus. Candidates must be highly reliable, organized and able to work well with others. Employment will be for 10 – 20 hours per week with very flexible scheduling.

Send resume and links to samples of websites/digital work (if available) to Online Communications Coordinator James Ayres at You may also call 352-273-0650, or come by the Levin College of law Communications Office, 244 Bruton-Geer Hall, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.

Communications Office seeks writer

The Communications Office at UF Law seeks a talented writer to assist with covering news, events and feature stories for its weekly publication, FlaLaw Online. The position will begin in the fall semester. Stories may also be considered for publication in alumni publications UF Law eNews and UF LAW magazine. Students are welcome to apply for this fun and flexible position. Organization and ability to meet deadlines are a must. Knowledge of AP Style is preferred. Approximately 10-15 hours per week. Send writing samples and resume to FlaLaw Editor Whitney Smith at




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