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Extended Temporary CT1 Boiler Firer Trainee Fairbanks
This is a union represented position under the direct supervision of the Shift Supervisor. The employee will perform duties at the Atkinson Heat & Power Plant in support of Plant Operations. This is an entry level position intended to provide on-the-job training and establish the knowledge base for promotion to a higher level within the Power Plant.
Mechanical Engineering Fluid and Energy Systems Fairbanks
The University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) is a Land, Sea, and Space Grant Institution. The Carnegie Classification of UAF is Research University with high research activity. UAF is the major research campus in the University of Alaska system and hosts several research institutes including the INE, Geophysical Institute, International Arctic Research Center, Arctic Regions Supercomputing Center, and Institute of Arctic Biology. Applicants are invited to visit the ACEP web site at http://www.acep.uaf.edu. Fairbanks is a modern city with approximately 100,000 residents in the area. It is located in interior Alaska between the Alaska and Brooks mountain ranges and hosts a large variety of cultural and outdoor activities. Additional information about this position is found and applications are only accepted online at www.UAKJobs.com. All applications must include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement of research objectives, philosophy of teaching, and at least three professional references with contact information. First review of applications will begin on March 1, 2018, but later applicants will continue to be reviewed until the position is filled. Questions regarding this vacancy can be directed to Dr. Rorik Peterson, Department Chair, rapeterson@alaska.edu. UAF is an AA/EO Employer and Educational Institution.
Mechanical Engineering Aerospace Related Fluids Fairbanks
The University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) is a Land, Sea, and Space Grant Institution. The Carnegie Classification of UAF is Research University with high research activity. UAF is the major research campus in the University of Alaska system and hosts several research institutes including the INE, Geophysical Institute, International Arctic Research Center, Arctic Regions Supercomputing Center, and Institute of Arctic Biology. Applicants are invited to visit the ACEP web site at http://www.acep.uaf.edu. Fairbanks is a modern city with approximately 100,000 residents in the area. It is located in interior Alaska between the Alaska and Brooks mountain ranges and hosts a large variety of cultural and outdoor activities. Additional information about this position is found and applications are only accepted online at www.UAKJobs.com. All applications must include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement of research objectives, philosophy of teaching, and at least three professional references with contact information. First review of applications will begin on March 1, 2018, but later applicants will continue to be reviewed until the position is filled. Questions regarding this vacancy can be directed to Dr. Rorik Peterson, Department Chair, rapeterson@alaska.edu. UAF is an AA/EO Employer and Educational Institution.
Financial Aid Director Juneau
The University of Alaska Southeast seeks a dynamic, team-oriented professional to serve as our Financial Aid Director on the Juneau campus. This a fast-paced, dynamic, and evolving program that is a good fit for candidates with a strong customer service, higher education, and financial assistance programs background. The incumbent must coordinate the functions of the Financial Aid Office with the mission and strategic plan of the University of Alaska Southeast. We strongly encourage women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans to apply. UAS encourages applications from candidates who are particularly interested in creating more efficient processes and practices to further support student success across Southeast Alaska.
Graphic Design/Marketing Student Assistant Anchorage
The UAA Enrollment Services Communications Team seeks a student assistant to aid the Marketing & Creative Design Coordinator. Primary focus will be on graphic design with secondary emphasis on providing support for the Communications Team. The Communications Team is responsible for developing, producing, and delivering UAA’s new student marketing and communications efforts in support of institutional strategic enrollment goals. The team also provides additional marketing support for UAA Student Affairs departments and programs.
Welding Adjunct Instructor Juneau
University of Alaska Southeast (UAS) School of Career Education is center for workplace development and vocational education programs. We are seeking qualified applicants to teach Welding course(s) during the spring 2018 semester. In keeping with the University of Alaska (UA) mission, we have a commitment to innovation and flexibility to ensure high quality education and training.
2018 Fall Desk Attendant Fairbanks
2018 Fall Semester Desk Attendant for the Department of Residence Life Salary Range: $9.50 - $11.25 per hour DOE
CT2 Carpenter Fairbanks
Work in the UAF Facilities Services Carpenter or Housing Shop as a Carpenter offers the opportunity for a Journeyman level Carpenter to provide a much needed service to the University. The performance of scheduled and non-scheduled carpenter tasks assists in the day to day and long term functionality of the University. The variety of work to complete offers something different to accomplish almost daily. Employees may routinely perform a variety of skilled maintenance, repair, and construction tasks in a variety of trades requiring at least apprentice level skills in any one of the trades practiced.
Temporary Director of Summer Programs w/Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program (ANSEP), at UAA Anchorage
ANSEP is recruiting for a Director of Summer Programs.
ANSEP Summer Lead Youth Peer Mentor - Temporary Anchorage
Come join an award winning program at ANSEP. We are recruiting for Lead Youth Peer Mentors.
Temporary Summer Youth Peer Mentor w/Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program (ANSEP) at UAA Anchorage
The Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program at UAA is recruiting for Youth Peer Mentors for the Summer Bridge, Acceleration Academy, STEM Career Exploration, and Middle School Academy components. These components provide students with a living and learning environment that provides an academic college experience. The programs, services and activities we offer are designed to enhance students' educational experiences and provide the framework for active participation as a team member. Summer Bridge is aimed at recent high school graduates who will be attending the University of Alaska (UA) in the fall. During Summer Bridge students take college level math and science courses preparing them for University level math and science at UA, and also work a professional internship with one of ANSEP's partner organizations. Acceleration Academy is targeted at high school freshmen, sophomores and juniors. The Acceleration Academy provides an opportunity for students to accelerate their academic progress so they are more than ready for college. These students will live on campus for 5 weeks while enrolling in college level math, science or engineering courses. Acceleration Academy students will also engage in hands on science and engineering activities and projects. STEM Career Exploration is an opportunity specifically for past Middle School Academy participants. During the STEM sessions students will engage in hands-on STEM projects during a 5-day period. These students will live on campus for the duration of the STEM session. Middle School Academy recruits students who will be entering 6th, 7th or 8th grades in the fall after the academy. Middle School Academy is a two week, academic, residential academy that emphasizes increasing the students' mathematics and science skills while introducing them to college life and stimulating their interest in science and engineering as a potential career path.
Maintenance Service Worker (MSW1) Anchorage
This is a University of Alaska Local 6070 union represented position and is open to internal and external applicants. Current University of Alaska Local 6070 employees who meet the minimum qualifications for the posting should apply before the review date. Current University of Alaska Local 6070 employees will be provided priority employment considerations when they meet the minimum qualifications for the posted position.
Temporary Lead Youth Peer Mentor w/Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program (ANSEP) at AAHS Wasilla
Come join an award winning program at ANSEP. We are recruiting for Lead Youth Peer Mentors.
CT2 Refrigeration Mechanic or CT3 Refrigeration Mechanic Fairbanks
UAF Facilities Services is currently accepting applications for a CT2 or CT3 Refrigeration Mechanic, depending on experience. Successful applicant will have journeyman level skills in refrigeration systems troubleshooting and repair, plus a minimum of ten years related experience, or equivalent combination of relevant experience and technical education.
CT2 Building Automation Systems Specialist Fairbanks
UAF Facilities Services is seeking a Building Automation Systems Specialist to work with the HVAC shop to monitor and respond system alarms and provide administration of the campus BAS network. The successful applicant will have a strong background in building automation and five years of related experience.
SW - Student Assistant C Fairbanks
Statewide (SW) Financial Systems is responsible for providing leadership and direction in the planning and development of the university's financial system. It has the responsibility for the control and reporting of all finance modules.
GI - ASF GIS Product Analyst Fairbanks
We are looking for someone with a background in GIS and remote sensing who can help us build data products that will be useful to the community. We want someone who will be thrilled to work with ASF’s large and growing archive of SAR data and will be excited to help us define, generate and validate advanced products with high scientific value for the research community on a global scale, and for our growing set of users who are not scientists but still can find value in SAR and SAR-derived data products. The ideal candidate will be familiar with remote sensing data and be able to provide useful insight into generating high-quality end products from complex SAR data that are useful to a broad spectrum of expert and non-expert users. We need you to develop innovative data and tools using new technologies that will keep us relevant and competitive in this rapidly-changing earth data landscape.
Institutional Effectiveness Director Juneau
The Institutional Effectiveness (IE) Director provides sophisticated research and consultative leadership to support administrative decision-making and strategic planning functions at all levels of UAS management. This position supports and maintains UAS metrics development and performance evaluation in support of the UAS mission and strategic plan. Responsibilities include providing technical expertise, computational analytic, warehousing selected UAS data, and an ongoing review of historical institutional data to reveal relationships that facilitate anticipatory rather than reactive decision making. The IE Director serves as an expert resource and strategic advisor. The incumbent must apply a broad understanding of program, organization, system, and/or client needs to resolve highly complex problems. The IE Director develops and manages data collection and reporting mechanisms for UAS to meet annual Federal and State compliance and accountability reporting requirements. Cooperation and alignment with the statewide IR office, UAA and UAF colleagues is essential. The position oversees the operation of the Institutional Effectiveness Office, ensuring the effective and timely collection, interpretation, analysis, and dissemination of accurate information. The IE Director is expected to interact extensively with non-IE clientele at various levels throughout university. Therefore, a successful applicant will possess strong technical, human relations, and communications skills.
UAA - Term Instructor of Physics Anchorage
The Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) invites applications for a bipartite, non-tenure track Term Instructor position, at the level of between 80%-100%. The position is responsible for teaching Lower Division Physics and/or Astronomy courses, with the possibility of teaching a lecture course depending on qualifications. The department offers a Minor in Physics, and directly supports degree programs in Biology, Chemistry, Engineering and Mathematics by offering a variety of lower and upper division courses in Physics and Astronomy..
Coordinator Fairbanks
As one of the primary contacts for the Graduate School, this position will provide administrative, technological and academic support to students in graduate and interdisciplinary programs. Duties include, but are not limited to: Supervising one student assistant; responding to telephone, online and walk-in inquiries from current, prospective and former students as well as inquiries from UAF faculty and staff; oversee the degree audit and compliance of graduate programs utilizing Banner, catalog policy, and UAF policies and procedures; assist the Dean and Director to develop reports in response to requests for research data and/or statistics and conducts research for graduate-related issues; assist in the development and update of the school's website and Graduate School databases; assist with the development and delivery of Graduate School workshops; deliver presentations about graduate policies and procedures to graduate students and UAF departments; coordinate and organize all Graduate School special events including commencement activities; perform thesis format checks on all thesis and projects submitted to the Graduate School for archiving in the Rasmuson Library; schedule Outside Examiners for all doctoral oral exams; and back-up to the Director.

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