12 Feb 2018
University Police Officer - Must be 21 years of age or older, must meet the minimum employment standards for a police officer as set by the Alaska Police Standards Counsel (APSC). Alaska certified police officers and/or prior police experienced preferred. For out of state police officers and/or previous law enforcement experience the Alaska Police Standards Council (APSC) requires the completion of an equivalent law enforcement academy with a minimum of 650 academy hours and a State of Alaska basic law enforcement certificate is required within the one year of hire. Position requires a high school diploma or equivalent and a valid Alaska driver's license (within 30 days of hire) The position requires knowledge of state and local laws and ordinances, state and federal case decisions, applicable University policies and procedures. Must be familiar with and adhere to current University of Alaska Anchorage Police Department Operation and Procedure Manual.
The University Police Department at the University of Alaska Anchorage is currently seeking applicants for a police officer position. All officers at the department are sworn police officers and must meet and complete the certification requirements of the Alaska Police Standards Council (APSC). For information about the University of Alaska Anchorage, please visit www.uaa.alaska.edu
The UAA/APU Consortium Library and the Alaska Library Catalog are looking for a dynamic individual to help us continue the tradition of outstanding customer support for the 300+ staff of the Alaska Library Catalog. We’re looking for an individual with a proven record of exceptional customer service, attention to detail and problem resolution as well as skillsets in SirsiDynix Workflows, library catalog standards and library circulation desk procedures.
This is an excellent opportunity for a new or experienced systems librarian to learn and grow to the next level.
UAF CLA Term Assistant Professor of Journalism - 2018-2019 Snedden Chair
The University of Alaska Fairbanks Journalism Department is currently seeking one of America’s finest journalists as the C. W. Snedden Chair for the 2018-2019 academic year. We are looking for award-winning journalists to teach Alaska’s future reporters. We invite enterprising professionals to join us teaching and reporting in a land rich with untold stories.
GI - AEC Field Engineer
The Alaska Earthquake Center is seeking applicants to fill a Field Engineer position. The primary responsibilities of this position are to design, install, and maintain DC power and wireless communication systems to support real-time seismic data acquisition from all parts of the state. This position involves working as part of a small team and requires extensive travel to remote locations and work in adverse weather conditions.
This is a Student Assistant B, Step 2, $9.75/hr Labor Pool at KPC.
Customer Service Coordinator
4 Feb 2018
Facilities Services seeks a dynamic individual interested in working in a challenging environment on all aspects related to Customer Service and Work Management. The right person will possess a positive, can-do attitude, and be a self-starter with strong attention to detail, excellent organizational skills, and the ability to work and communicate well with a diverse population.
ACCS - 2017-2018 Student Assistant A-B-C Pool
This is a Student Assistant A-B-C Labor Pool at UAA.
Front Desk Peer
This is a Front Desk Peer Student Assistant B step 2, $9.75/hr Labor Pool at KPC.
TRIO Upward Bound Tutor/Mentor
TRIO Upward Bound is seeking student tutor/mentors. Tutor/mentors are not expected to teach subject matter in a classroom setting, but act as subject area resources on specific areas of student inquiry while modeling and promoting effective study skills and habits.
Emergency Management Planner
The University of Alaska Southeast Facilities Department is looking for an Emergency Management Coordinator. This position is responsible for the planning, development, maintenance and implementation of UAS emergency plans. This position develops, coordinates and conducts emergency preparedness initiatives in support of UAS campus emergency planning. Work with UAS Departments on their emergency management continuity of operations plans. Identify, develop and deliver training of UAS community for university emergency preparedness. The successful candidate will serve on the UAS Incident Management Team and work closely with Environmental Health & Safety, and the Systems Office of Risk Services. This position reports to the Director of Facilities Services.
Adult Basic Education (ABE) Instructor
The successful candidate will teach adults in developmental education classes/preparatory classes for the General Educational Development (GED) test; maintain daily and monthly records and progress reports; develop educational plans in partnership with each participant. Coordinate program activities with other program staff.
Our PMO Department is looking to add a Program Manager. The primary purpose of this role is to lead, handle and ensure the successful delivery and management of multiple projects within scope, quality, time and cost constraints that may be clearly defined or may require dynamic change management.
• We build collaborative relationships with multiple business units and project team members and lead all aspects of the project lifecycle, as well as work leadership in a matrix environment.
• Identify and schedule project deliverables, milestones and required activities and tasks.
• Ensure flexibility in their use of project management methodology based on the project requirements (Agile, Waterfall, or a hybrid).
• Provide leadership and motivation throughout the project life cycle and confer with project staff to outline work plan.
• Review project proposals or plans to determine time frame, funding limitations, procedures for accomplishing projects, staffing requirements and allotment of available departmental resources to various project phases.
• Implement project communication plan.
• Conduct risk assessment and mitigation.
• Monitor project activities, ensuring the currency, quality, and integrity of the information while providing consistency in content and "look and feel" across the enterprise.
• Continuously benchmark project management performance to identify improvements and achieve higher capability maturity in PPM.
The opportunity is a senior-level project manager position. You will be expected to demonstrate the required competencies at an advanced proficiency level. These are generally additive to the competencies of a standard project manager. You should have a distinctive blend of business, IT, financial and presentation skills, as this is a highly transparent position with meaningful impact. You will act as a coach to junior project managers, executives and others who need assistance and advice regarding project management practices.
Toolik Field Station Facility Supervisor (JOB18-20)
Toolik Field Station (TFS) at the Institute of Arctic Biology (IAB) is a world-renowned Arctic field station located 360 road miles north of Fairbanks on the rural Dalton Highway. The remote station supports researchers, students, and others from around the world. The population of the station can vary from 3 to 150 residents (over 400 different individuals annually) and is open 365 days a year. The TFS Facility Supervisor manages many aspects of on-site operations, supervises staff, and provides high-level customer serve to users of the station.
Temporary Professional - Elder Professor
30 Jun 2018
The position of Elder Professor provides a critical role in the University of Alaska Fairbanks continued commitment to support Indigenous perspectives, knowledge, and approaches within an educational setting. If you have a passion for educating and sharing knowledge, please apply here!
Archives Student Assistant B at the Consortium Library
The UAA/APU Consortium Library supports the educational and research programs of the University of Alaska Anchorage and Alaska Pacific University as well as serving as a major research library for Southcentral Alaska. Archives & Special Collections provides access to unique, one-of-a-kind research materials for the University communities and members of the public. Archives student assistants perform a variety of tasks necessary for maintaining the collection and provide support services to Archives staff and to researchers (see job duties). Although personal preferences will be considered and some scheduling flexibility is offered, the Archives has limited hours and the student assistant will be expected and scheduled to work around their classes within M-F, 9:00 am-5:00 pm. The position is anticipated to start February 19, 2018 and continue through May 12.
KSUA Student Assistant
1 Mar 2018
Two student positions available for the spring semester 2018. Want to work for the student radio station? Apply here!
Student Resource Center (SRC) Student Manager and Outreach Coordinator
The University of Alaska Southeast (UAS) Student Resource Center (SRC) is seeking a Student employee Manager and Outreach Coordinator. Oversee student workers who manage the SRC front desk that provides both students and potential student’s information regarding academic and career programs at the University of Alaska Southeast (UAS), admissions and financial aid requirements, university procedures, career paths and opportunities, and college life. In addition, the incumbent will manage all student ambassadors and Juneau campus tours. This position will serve as an Admissions Representative is responsible for continually increasing the number of newly enrolled students and is therefore key to enrollment success at UAS. We strongly encourage women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans to apply. UAS encourages applications from candidates who are particularly interested in developing an extensive student recruitment network across the state of Alaska.
Assistant to the Chancellor
The Chancellors office is seeking an Assistant to the Chancellor to join the team. This position provides executive assistance to the Chancellor in administration and operation of the UAF system, promoting a positive image of the university Functions as an advisor to and supporter of the Chancellor in a demanding,high pressure,fast-paced,and confidential executive office environment.
Temporary Administrative Assistant
The UAS Provost's Office is seeking a temporary Administrative Assistant to support events and office duties. Daily tasks include including purchasing, travel, scheduling, answering phones, data entry, and drafting documents. The successful applicant will assist with special events throughout the summer of 2018; with possible renewal of position for the upcoming academic year. We strongly encourage women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans to apply.
Lakeside Dining Attendant and Cashier
UAS Lakeside Dining is looking for a motivated, customer service oriented Lakeside Dining Attendant and Cashier. Responsibilities include basic cash handling, washing dishes, cleaning tables, assistance with catering, decorating, and restocking inventory. Review Date: January 29th.