Director of Residence Life
The Director of Residence Life reports to the Dean of Students. The Department manages 3 residence halls and 2 apartment complexes with a total capacity of just under 1,000 beds including 10 living learning communities, an annual budget of approximately $800,000, a workforce of 8 full-time staff as many as 60 part-time and student staff. This position is responsible for providing leadership, administration, and oversight for the Department of Residence Life, a comprehensive residential life program. The Director supervises the Associate Director of Residence Life, three Residence Coordinators, the Alaska Native and Rural Outreach Program Coordinator, and the Office Manager. A highly visible member of the University community, the Director interacts regularly across unit lines to support students’ academic and personal growth. The Director represents the Department of Residence Life to senior university administration while leading a highly respected unity whose mission is building learning-centered communities. The successful candidate will be a creative student affairs professional with a demonstrated proficiency in developing a residential curriculum and incorporating best practices into organizations.
Temporary Faculty - Non-Credit
The Department of Human Services within the College of Health at the University of Alaska Anchorage is seeking applicants for potential adjunct faculty position. Adjunct positions are on a contract basis.
This is a Student Assistant B Step 2 $9.75/hr Labor Pool at KPC.
Head Coach - Men's Hockey
The UAA Department of Athletics, located in the Alaska Airlines Center and the Wells Fargo Sports Complex, is a diverse division designed to assist student-athletes in meeting their academic and athletic goals and to provide all UAA students the opportunity for physical development on the Anchorage campus.
Assistant Professor Marine Transportation
21 Apr 2018
The University of Alaska Southeast-Ketchikan Campus invites applications for a nine-month tenure track Assistant Professor of Marine Transportation. The successful candidate will teach classes, provide faculty leadership in marine transportation degree and certificate programs, and provide service to the university and community. This is an excellent opportunity to join a team of enthusiastic faculty at the UAS Ketchikan Maritime Center in training Alaska’s maritime workforce in one of the flagship programs of the Ketchikan Campus. The successful applicant will teach courses as a primary responsibility while continuing to develop, deliver, and expand marine transportation program opportunities for students. Ketchikan is well-known for its natural beauty, for being a hub of activity in the arts, culture, and the humanities, and by its nickname as the Salmon Capital of the World.
Physical Health Provider 4
The Student Health and Counseling Center at the University of Alaska is seeking an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) to join a group practice serving over 9,000 eligible UAA students. This practice is student focused and functions under the Student Affairs Department of the University. This academic setting supports mentoring of graduate nursing students, team based learning weekly meetings, and public health community outreach including health fairs, immunization clinics, and communicable disease response.
Director of Military and Veteran Services
The newly formed Department of Military and Veteran Services is looking for a self-directed leader who is a champion for our military and veteran students and their dependents. This new position will create a welcoming veterans resource center to provide coordinated support for veteran students and their dependents. They will also collaborate with offices across UAF to provide recruitment and outreach to Ft. Wainwright, Eielson Air Force Base, Clear Air Force Station, Ft. Greely and beyond.
Campus Cache Student Assistant
The Campus Cache is hiring a student worker for the summer 2018 term.
The MSC store, the Campus Cache, offers students, faculty, and staff quick access to needed supplies, textbooks, study guides, and clothing. The Campus Cache also serves as cashiering for the entire campus, accepting payment for tuition, fees, testing, and more.
UAA - AP/Travel Clerk
Perform Accounts Payable/Travel processing tasks.
Temporary Research Technician (BNZ LTER Pool, JOB18-26)
The Institute of Arctic Biology is seeking motivated seasonal research technicians to assist with field data collection for the Bonanza Creek Long Term Ecological Research Program (BNZ LTER).
Director of Public Policy
The Director of Public Policy programs must successfully lead the development and growth of a joint Master of Public Policy (MPP)/Master of Public Administration (MPA) program. The Director will teach in the MPA/MPP program, will conduct academic research in areas relevant to the public policy program, and will provide university, professional and public service appropriate to the position.
Alaska Native Language Archives Student Assistant C
The Alaska Native Language Archive (ANLA), located in the Rasmuson Library, is looking for a Student Assistant starting Summer 2018. This position will assist staff with daily operations, especially processing and re-shelving archive materials and, if qualified, updating the ANLA catalog website.
UAF CLA Theater & Film Department Coordinator/Box Office Manager
Would you like to work with UAF's College of Liberal Arts Theater and Film students? Are you organized, good with numbers and enjoy working with people? Then apply here! Salary: DOE
Continuing Education Instructor (Noncredit Professional Development and Special Interest)
Prince William Sound College offers a wide variety non-credit course and workshops. Compensation and dates of assignments will depend on the nature and duration of what is being taught.
If you are applying to teach a specific course or workshop, please mention this in a prominent place in your resume or cover letter.
Application to this posting is a requirement for instructors of non-credit courses and workshops.
Perform service functions essential to the Maxine & Jesse Whitney Museum
Student Assistant C
Student Assistant C position.
The office of Institutional Research is looking to hire someone to help with the documentation of our IR-Reports site.
Associate Director for Academic Affairs, School of Nursing
The Associate Director for Academic Affairs is organizationally responsible for advancing the culture of institutional excellence that inspires and enables student and faculty and staff success. The Associate Director will employ measures to improve student retention by creating successful mentoring programs and identifying high-risk students early. The Associate Director will identify and assist in removing signiﬁcant barriers to student, faculty and staff success such as student access to the program and academic advising. The Associate Director employs process efficiencies that increase production and decrease cost. The Nursing Associate Director promotes a student body that embodies diversity and academic excellence, advances innovative pedagogy, fosters an environment that endorses student success and support. The Associate Director provides leadership in curricula and program development, implementation, evaluation, and accreditation. The Associate Director considers the welfare of the entire institution by creating and maintaining a culture of civility, professionalism, respect and cooperation.
The Associate Director is a key member of the UAA School of Nursing leadership team and will aid in providing strategic insight and support the Director in creating, implementing and evaluating the institutional goals.
Assistant/Associate Professor of Mathematics
PWSC is recruiting for an Assistant/Associate Professor of Mathematics.
Special Projects Administrator
The UAA office of Faculty Services is seeking a person with strong technical, analytical and organizational skills to spearhead various special projects over the next year.
Summer Camp Counselor
We are seeking summer camp counselors who are energetic, outgoing and friendly with a background in science and/or education for our half-day summer camps. Individuals will supervise camp participates (grades 6th-8th) and facilitate hands-on science activities. Counselors will work directly with the Camp Director to provide a fun and engaging science camp experience.