Art Lab Aide
This is a Student Assistant B Step 2 $9.84/hr Labor Pool at KPC.
Event Support Assistant - Performing & Fine Arts Division
The College of Arts & Sciences - Division of Performing & Fine Arts is recruiting for student workers to provide support as Event Support Assistants during the academic year. These positions will work on an as needed basis during the fall and spring semesters.
Event Support Assistants are responsible for ensuring that events within the Fine Arts Building operate smoothly both in front of house and behind the scenes.
This position supervises the provision of health care and maintenance for a variety of laboratory vertebrate animals, UAA's vivarium in accordance with the Animal Welfare Act, Public Health Service Policy, National Institutes of Health (NIH) Guidelines for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals, UAA Institutional Animal Care & Use Committee (IACUC) policies, and Alaska Department of Fish and Game policies. The facility is required to pass annual inspections by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and biannual inspections by UAA IACUC. In addition, this position provides assistance to the Vivarium Veterinarian. The incumbent also supervises the construction and fabrication of cages and other animal related structures and the repair and maintenance of equipment used in support of research activities.
This position provides leadership and supervision for UAA's pre- and post-award research administration.
The UAF Development and Alumni Relations Events Specialist will be play an important role in the planning, coordination, support and implementation of all departmental events, many of which are very high-profile and attract anywhere from a few to several hundred attendees. This position will collaborate with campus colleagues to ensure that event(s) are marketed, branded and publicized appropriately. Beyond event planning, logistics and implementation, other duties will include strategy, timelines, budget management, data input, and coordination with the Development and Alumni Relations team on related support functions.
This is a ¾ time position, 60 hours a pay period.
The Northern Light, Layout Editor
This is the Layout Editor position at The Northern Light, the student newspaper at the University of Alaska Anchorage.
English Adjunct Instructor - School of Arts and Sciences
University of Alaska Southeast (UAS) School of Arts and Sciences is seeking qualified applicants to teach English course(s) during the AY19-20 semesters. In keeping with the UAS mission, we have a commitment to innovation and flexibility to ensure high quality education and training.
2019 Spring Desk Attendant
28 Jun 2019
2019 Spring Semester Desk Attendant for the Department of Residence Life
Salary: $9.84 per hour DOE
Practicum Coordinator/Term Assistant Professor
The Division of Health Sciences and Applied Health Research is seeking applications for a term Practicum Coordinator/Assistant Professor.
The University of Alaska Fairbanks is seeking to hire a mental health counselor to join the staff at the Student Health and Counseling Center. A degree in Clinical or Counseling Psychology or a related discipline is required. A minimum of 2 years of relevant clinical experience is preferred. Applicant must be licensed in Alaska or eligible for licensure within 2 years. The successful applicant will hold a regular, benefited position at UAF and will work a 40-hour week for the academic year mid-August through mid-May, beginning January 2019.
Minimal qualification for the position is as follows:
Mastery of counseling theory and techniques, consultation skills, crisis intervention theory and techniques, and clinical record keeping; training and experience in development and effective presentation of outreach and prevention programs; thorough knowledge of current ethical principles, practices and standards of care for providing psychological services; human relations skills and knowledge of effective consultation methods; working knowledge of State of Alaska mental health and child/elder abuse Statutes. Computer proficiency in an office setting.
Applicant Review Date: No later than 11:55pm on October 28, 2018. Applications received after this time and date may not be considered for this position.
Student Assistant C
The UAA Accounts Payable/Travel Department is seeking applications for a Student Assistant C position to assist with reviewing and approving travel expense reimbursements, both those submitted on paper and those submitted through our Travel and Expense Management (TEM) program; assisting in Accounts Payable (AP), and assisting the AP/Travel Manager as needed. This position is critical in ensuring compliance with UA BOR policies, State and Federal regulations, as well as providing a high level of customer service to the UAA community. The successful candidate will be a quick learner, detail oriented, have a high level of accuracy, and possess critical thinking and problem solving skills.
Learning Management System Administrator
The LMS Administrator will have the main responsibility for managing and administering our Learning Management System (Blackboard).
The College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Alaska Anchorage is seeking applicants for an Administrative Specialist. The specialist will be the regular point of contact for the college's associate deans regarding divisional department matters and will work closely with senior specialists. This position is responsible for explaining, interpreting and providing guidance to faculty and administrative staff on matters related to CAS and University operations and policy and procedures. This position serves as the point of contact between the CAS Dean's Office, divisional departments, Human Resource Services, Office of Academic Affairs, and State Wide Labor Relations (SWLR). Responsibilities range from processing routine but detailed paperwork to brain storming how to tackle a new project and fall under the broad categories of human resource processes, semester class schedule development and enrollment issues, faculty related processes and mentoring staff.
Director of Student Life & Leadership
The Director of Student Life and Leadership oversees and/or leads the following signature programs: Bartlett Lecture Series, Traditions Committee, Concert Board, Emerging Leaders Program, Graphics and Publicity Services, Student Activities & Commuter Programs, Student Clubs and Greek Life, USUAA Student Government, Student Leadership, Student Showcase, and the Student Union. Additionally, the director serves as an administrative advisor to the media board, student newspaper, and the student radio station.
The overarching goal for the Director is to create and sustain meaningful opportunities for students to learn and practice elements of leadership, be engaged on-campus, be active and responsible citizens of their campus community, be respectful of diverse perspectives, attain their educational goals, and develop skills for life-long learning.
The School of Allied Health in the College of Health at the University of Alaska Anchorage is seeking applications for an Administrative Assistant.
Title III Activity Director
Academic Innovations & eLearning is hiring a Title III Activity Director (grant funded to Oct 2020).
SNRE Adjunct Faculty Pool Non-Credit
30 Jun 2019
This position is UAF Extension's pool for adjunct instructors. The duration of employment is dependent on the duration of the project(s).
These positions will be to teach various courses within the School of Natural Resources & Agricultural Sciences, to include courses in Forestry, Natural Resources Management and Geography.
Network Administrator- Geophysical Institute
Research Computing Systems (RCS) at the Geophysical Institute (GI) provides advanced computing, storage, data sharing solutions and research IT support to University of Alaska (UA) research communities, collaborators, and supporters. As Network Administrator, you will be responsible for design, installation, and maintenance of the GI and affiliated research networks.
Fiscal Technician 3
The Alaska Center for Conservation Science provides research expertise in the areas of conservation, ecological monitoring and natural resource planning in Alaska. We seek to hire a term, part-time Fiscal Technician 3 to assist with management of departmental activities.
Program Assistant, College of Education
The Alaska College of Education is seeking a program assistant to serve as both a primary point of contact and support various administrative needs. The person in this position has to have the potential to quickly understand university policies, processes, and internal standards and programs. This position is responsible for maintaining essential program records and files that significantly impact students and their careers. This person represents our programs to those outside of the unit and in that way impacts our success and growth. 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.