unit logo

Asset Specialist II


Positions have responsibility for processing physical and financial information on assets. They interact with departments and customers regularly, provide reports, and advise on operating policies and procedures. Employees should be familiar with the full asset life cycle and be able to recommend and help implement operating policies, procedures, and tracking systems.

Examples of Work

Job functions are specific duties that would be included in the essential functions of the job description.  These functions are not all-inclusive nor do they cover the full extent of the duties performed.

  • Assists with implementing operating policies, procedures, and tracking systems.
  • Arranges for the disposal of surplus property.
  • Assigns property numbers and tags to accountable equipment.
  • Inspects or tests equipment and records property age, condition, and value.
  • Compiles and maintains inventory data and prepares reports.
  • Maintains title and registration for motor vehicles, boats, and trailers.
  • Processes transfers of property between University units.
  • Conducts inventories of University equipment and other accountable assets.
  • Prepares electronics or other equipment for recycling, sale, or donation.
  • May transport equipment or property.

Education and Experience

A high school diploma and four years of appropriate experience. Appropriate college coursework or vocational/technical training may substitute at an equivalent rate for the required experience.

Licensure and Certification

Some positions may require valid driver’s license or forklift certification.


This position may include supervisory responsibility.

To see common career pathways for each position at the University of Florida please visit the Career Paths section of the UFHR website.