Program Outreach Advisor
Northwest Campus is looking for a Program Outreach Advisor.
UAA Police Chief
The Chief of Police oversees, directs and participates in all activities associated with the University of Alaska Anchorage Police Department and is directly responsible for the administration of the unit, supervision of staff, and establishment of unit goals. This position reports to the Vice Chancellor for Administrative Services and provides direction for law enforcement officers while also working to develop a comprehensive security plan that ensures a safe environment for students, employees and visitors to campus. The Chief of Police directs the department’s operations, personnel management, law enforcement and budgetary activities while working collaboratively with numerous campus units as well as many local community agencies to promote public safety. The Chief of Police works collaboratively with UAA leadership as well as community stakeholders to promote a positive perception of the University Police Department and facilitates an environment in which all members of the university community feel safe and are able to focus on student success. The Chief also works to develop partnerships with various campus units including those in academic affairs, student affairs, facilities, and administration to promote a campus environment that ensures safety, trust, and a shared commitment to the mission and values of UAA.
Office of Naval Research Project Director
The Alaska Center for Energy and Power is hiring a Program Director for our Office of Naval Research grant. This position provides oversight for the daily operations of the ONR grant including supervision and management of two staff members (shared supervision of Office Manager), maintenance of high quality research and education standards and practices, adherence to all licensing and accreditation standards, coordinates and supervises all research projects, practicum, interns, and mentoring programs. The ideal candidate for the ONR position must possess strong oral and written communication skills, the ability to build strong relationships with staff and funding agencies, excellent decision-making skills, and a demonstrated ability to work effectively with a diverse constituency. The Project Director provides leadership and guidance to the research and administrative staff by supporting ACEP's core values and expectations of the ONR award. They oversee all research projects being conducted on ONR to help research faculty and staff complete the objectives outlined within the grant. Completing annual reports and providing additional information to the funding agency as needed to strengthen ACEP's position as Alaska's leading research organization in energy. This position will also be responsible for assisting the ACEP Executive Director with proposals for continued funding or additional funding opportunities.
UAA - Human Services Temporary Faculty
The Department of Human Services is seeking applicants for their adjunct labor pool. The department is dedicated to providing strong and innovative Bachelor of Human Services (BSH) and an Associate of Human Services curricula that encourage lifelong learning, critical thinking, and effective professional practice for Alaska.
Director of Graduate Business Programs and Continuous Education
31 Jan 2019
The director will be expected to collaborate with faculty from all departments in the College of Business and Public Policy teaching in graduate business programs. Currently, those programs include the Masters in Business Administration as well as the Masters in Global Supply Chain Management. This will also include examining new opportunities for graduate business and continuing education programs, degrees or certificates. The director works to engage with the business community to support program success.
CBHRS / ISER Grad Asst Research FY19-FY20
31 May 2019
Incumbents will join faculty and researchers who are active in conducting research in various disciplines. CBHRS projects are typically focused on behavioral/health outcomes approached from multiple disciplinary perspectives including psychology, sociology, anthropology, and public health. Student researchers may be involved in collecting, entering, and analyzing data, writing reports and contributing to project management under the direction of the PI. This pool also recruits Graduate Research Students for the Insitute of Social and Economic Research (ISER)
Scientific Diving Assistant
Position is located at the University of Alaska Southeast, Sitka Campus. Provide support for the 2019 Alaska Dive Semester located in Sitka, Alaska. Working with program faculty, you will assist with student logistics, gear maintenance, confined and open water diving, small vessel operation, and scheduling. Fisheries Technology faculty will be the content and organizing experts. You will provide assistance in all aspects of dive training and serve as a support contact for students. You will be expected to be proactive and sensitive to student needs, and as needed, perform other duties as assigned.
This is a temporary non-benefited position working 20 hours per week from January 7 to April 26, 2019. $16.15 per hour.
Position will remain open until filled; first review of applications begins December 17, 2018.
For additional information regarding this position or the recruitment process, contact Nicole Rogers in Human Resources at 907-747-7706 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Adjunct Faculty - Department of Music
12 Jan 2019
The UAA College of Arts and Sciences, Department of Music is accepting applications for adjunct instructors for the 2018-2019 Academic Year.
Oceanographic Postdoctoral Researcher
An adventurous post-doctoral researcher is sought to lead and contribute to the study of Alaskan coastal systems and their physical and ecological connections to offshore marine waters. Joining the strengths of two 100-year-old institutions, this unique position will help the successful applicant grow in the realms of research and resource management applications. The work will focus on marine waters adjacent to Alaska’s numerous and spectacular National Parks.
General Adjunct Recruitment for School of Arts and Sciences
University of Alaska Southeast (UAS) School of Arts and Sciences is recruiting qualified applicants for its pool of adjunct instructors in Business and Public Administration, Humanities, Natural Sciences, and Social Sciences to teach courses during the Spring and Fall semesters of 2019 and 2020. In keeping with the UAS mission, we have a commitment to innovation and flexibility to ensure high quality education and training. We seek applicants who possess a desire to help students succeed in reaching their goals.
Outdoor Studies Student Program Assistant
Our School of Arts and Sciences, Department of Humanities is seeking a Student C Outdoor Studies Student Program Assistant for Spring 2019 academic year. This is a student hire position which will work no more than 20 hours a week or up to 20 hours a pay period, depending on program needs.
Information Technology Technician
Prince William Sound College in Valdez Alaska is seeking an Information Technology Technician to provide services in the areas of networking, desktop/ computing support, and Audio/Video teleconferencing. This is a full-time, benefited position.
Whalesong Editor-In-Chief & Staff Writer
The UAS Whalesong staff is looking for self-motivated, creative, and responsible student to serve as both an Editor-In-Chief and Staff Writer for the remainder of the academic year.This is a great opportunity for students interested in developing their current communication skills and gaining some professional experience while taking classes. All applicants must have a 2.0 GPA and maintain enrollment in at least 6 undergraduate credit hours, or 6 graduate credit hours for student employment during the academic year. Applications will be reviewed as received.
Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership
The Alaska College of Education at the University of Alaska Southeast (UAS) is seeing qualified applicants for a faculty position in Elementary Education. The qualified candidate will be expected to: teach literacy and other content courses in graduate and undergraduate programs as needed; take a leadership role in relationships with public schools and state agencies; willingness to participate in research, and perform college, university and community service. This is a permanent, tenure-track position with salary and rank based on experience. Desired start date is June 1, 2018. The position is located in Juneau, Alaska.
The Alaska College of Education values collaborative scholarship, and the person in this position will be expected to work with colleagues to teach graduate courses for district level supervision, engage in clinical supervision across the state, establish strong ties with colleagues in and across the College and University, including administrators in local school districts, and participate in Department, College, and professional service activities. The candidate will also be expected to work with colleagues to help ensure continuing accreditation and to facilitate for students working in diverse communities.
UAS Registrar’s office is seeking applications for a Graduation Coordinator. This position reports to the Associate Registrar and is responsible for awarding degrees, participating in the planning of commencement, maintaining the automated degree evaluation system (Degree Works), and conducting degree audits for UAS students. An ideal candidate will possess strong technical information database system skills, ability to interpret academic policies, and the ability to coordinate a few annual student events. UAS encourages applications from candidates who are particularly interested in creating more efficient processes and practices to further support student success across Southeast Alaska. We strongly encourage women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans to apply.
Student Assistant C
This is a labor pool from which the Division of Population Health Sciences will draw when assistants are needed to work on grant-funded and Division projects. The position will be part time. Incumbents will join faculty and researchers who are active in conducting research in various disciplines. This will include working on one or more funded projects under the guidance of Faculty and Principal Investigators.
UAF Community Service Officer
18 Feb 2019
This is a year long position.
Community Service Officers (CSOs) are part-time student employees. The position consists of patrolling campus buildings and grounds, securing rooms and labs as required. CSOs provide security escorts and vehicle assists as well as supporting sworn police officers with various non-confrontational duties.
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 Administrative Assistant will be essential in assisting the department with providing these services.
Alaska Sea Grant Student Editoral Assistant
Alaska Sea Grant seeks a part-time, student editorial assistant to join our communications team in Anchorage. We are looking for someone who is strong in writing and editing, fluent in social media, skilled in video production, and passionate about Alaska’s coastal ecosystems, economies and communities. Demonstrated skill in producing written and/or multimedia content is required.
Assistant or Associate Professor of Geodesy
The University of Alaska Fairbanks is seeking a tenure-track faculty member with a research specialty in observational geodesy. We are particularly interested in candidates with a talent for teaching and a passion for real-world application to natural hazards including earthquakes and volcanoes. This position will be hired at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor depending on the qualifications of the candidate.