Are you passionate about spreadsheets? Do you excel at data gathering, interpreting it and producing reports? The Office of Management & Budget (OMB) needs you! We are looking for someone who enjoys financial data gathering and analysis, collaborating with a diverse group of people and finding new solutions.
Sr. Business Analyst
Do you enjoy finance and budgets? Are you excited about data interpretation and analysis, creating written reports/presentations and finding solutions to solve business problems? The Office of Management & Budget (OMB) needs you! We are looking for someone who thrives on financial analysis, is eager to develop solutions to problems and can make recommendations to leadership.
UAA Alaska Native, Indigenous, & Rural Outreach Program Student Staff
This is a Student Assistant C Labor Pool at UAA for work with the Alaska Native, Indigenous & Rural Outreach Program, housed with the Department of Residence Life in UAA's On-Campus Living community.
Student Services Assistant
Student Services is a great first stop for prospective students. Student Services offers students help with registration, admissions, financial aid, academic advising, and more! The Student Services Assistant will be essential in assisting the department with providing these services. This position will start summer session & continue into AY18-19.
The UAA Child Welfare Academy trains and develops professional workers who work with Alaska's children and families to assure children are safe and families are strong. This position will provide logistical support and coordination for training and staff development of new and existing State of Alaska Office of Children's Services (OCS) professional protective services workers, including supervisors and managers, and partner agencies (law enforcement, child welfare agencies, early childhood and tribal partners) throughout Alaska.
The Project Coordinator is charged with providing statewide training coordination and support as well as maintaining a perpetual system of record collection and retrieval for all of CWA’s training activities. The Project Coordinator ensures logistical operations of classrooms, curriculum materials and training records are in order. Excellent oral and written communication skills are essential for this position.
Student Activities Student Assistant
30 Jun 2018
Join the Wood Center staff as a student worker in the fun and dynamic Student Activities Office.
Agriculture & IPM Program Assistant
The School of Natural Resources is seeking an Agriculture & IPM Program Assistant. If you enjoy Agriculture, Horticulture, Entomology, or another closely related science, then this position might be for you!
Deputy Title IX and Civil Rights Coordinator
8 May 2018
The UAA Office of Equity and Compliance affirms its commitment to a safe and healthy educational and work environment in which educational programs, employment and activities are free of discrimination and harassment. Our staff administers and ensures compliance with the University policies, procedures and programs on equal opportunity, discrimination, affirmative action, discriminatory harassment, sexual misconduct, and retaliation.
GI - Radar Engineer
The Geophysical Institute Space Physics Group seeks a talented engineer to work on the scientific radars of the SuperDARN network. The Position will involve radio hardware and software engineering and deployment to ensure that SuperDARN remains at the cutting edge of space physics observation.
Student Admin - UAA Athletics
This is a Student Assistant C Labor Pool at UAA.
Video Conferencing Administrator
The University of Alaska is seeking a candidate to join our OIT Video Conferencing Services Team. We are currently recruiting for a Video Support Administrator. Video Conferencing Services serves the entire UA system in providing video conferencing for all academic and administrative needs. In this role, you will be responsible for the enterprise VTC equipment to include infrastructure, conference rooms, and cloud-based telepresence. Additionally, you will work across OIT functional areas along with campus IT to design, purchase, and install new video conferencing components and other instructional technologies for video enabled smart classrooms across the UA system. This is exciting position is project-based and uses Lean It processes to provide useful technology in spaces across the state.
Assistant or Associate Auditor
Ready for a challenge? Want to see behind the scenes at the University of Alaska? Put your skills of accounting, communication, critical thinking, and observation to work and interact with stakeholders in a constantly advancing profession.
The University of Alaska System is currently searching for an Internal Auditor (Internal Auditor 1 or 2, placement DOE) to fill a vacancy in the Office of Audit and Consulting Services.
Lead Database Administrator
This position is for a Database Administrator to lead a team supporting UA-wide enterprise applications. This position is required to work with an extended team of Engineers and Developers supporting both Oracle and MS SQL Server servers on premise and in the cloud.
Perform Accounts Payable/Travel processing tasks.
This position will provide Director’s Office and faculty office support at Kenai Peninsula College. Duties include serving as KPC’s College Council Secretary, coordinating the Kenai River Guide Academy (KRGA) and other events, overseeing Kenai River Campuses (KRC) event/room scheduling software, budget, travel, purchasing and general office assistance.
UAS Student Ambassador
Our Student Ambassadors will work with the Admissions Counselors and the Student Resource Center to serve as a liaison between the University of Alaska Southeast and prospective students. Primary duties include leading campus tours, assisting with administrative office duties, student outreach, initial point of contact for the Student Resource Center, appointment scheduling and helping with various campus and community events. This is a great opportunity to gain first-hand student recruitment and professional customer service experience, while attending classes. Student Ambassadors will be scheduled to work full-time (80 hours per pay period) in the summer, and the option of working part-time (40 hours per pay period) during the academic year. Applications will be accepted on an on-going basis and filled as positions become available.
Collection Clerk - UAA Accounting Services
Accounting Services is hiring for a Collections Clerk to serve the UAA community. Collections is a department under the Accounts Receivable Department within Accounting Services, whose purpose is to monitor aging student accounts through the use of collection agencies, written notices, student holds and other communications are better able to collect funds due the University. Collections Clerk is responsible in maintaining relationships with collection agencies, current and past UAA students, and ensuring that UAA is able to collect 100% funds due the University.
IS Net Technician 5
UAS is looking for a self motivated individual interested in supporting information technology users and systems. Do you have a positive attitude and an inclination toward superior customer service? If so, this is an excellent opportunity to assist campus users, work with computers, software, data networks, and telephone systems. This is a full time position in the Information Technology Services Department. Duties include developing, testing, and documenting desktop configurations and data networks; maintaining a Cisco VOIP system; as well as troubleshooting problems and identifying solutions. Applicants should have excellent analytical and communication skills. Professional experience supporting computer hardware, software, data networks, and VOIP is desired. We strongly encourage women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans to apply.
Assistant Professor of Welding and Nondestructive Testing
The University of Alaska Anchorage's Division of Transportation & Power is recruiting qualified
applicants for Instructor/Assistant Professor in the Welding and Nondestructive Testing program.
The person hired for this position will be responsible for coordination and delivery of coursework and
scheduling in support of industry partners. This position is responsible for teaching courses in the
Welding and Nondestructive Testing Technology program. The Instructor/Assistant Professor is
responsible for identifying and meeting the needs of the students, contributing to curriculum
development, and maintaining up-to- date knowledge of subject areas. The ability to work effectively
with colleagues and students of various cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds is a must. Excellent
written communication skills and basic computer literacy is required.
An Associate of Applied Science degree in a field related to Welding & Nondestructive Testing
Technology is strongly preferred. A combination of academic and recent work experience including
relevant industry certifications indicative of the ability to be successful in a faculty role will be necessary.
This position requires knowledge and application of industry-accepted safety standards. The ability to
effectively demonstrate and instruct students in applicable theory and application of Welding/NDT
outcomes is required.
AWS Certified Welding instructor certification is preferred. Appropriate AWS and ASNT certifications are
required. (ASNT level II required, level III preferred for radiography, ultrasonic, magnetic particle, liquid
dye penetrant) Previous experience teaching at the post-secondary level or for business and industry in
Welding and NDT is preferred.
The Bristol Bay Campus is seeking an Administrative Manager!