UAS Student Housing - Summer Conference Assistant
The UAS Student Housing office is hiring Community Conference Assistants for a Summer 2018 appointment. The Summer Conference Assistant (CA) position is similar to a Community Advisor position in many aspects. Incumbents will serve as a front desk customer service representative for residents and summer conference guests. This is a 40-hour per week position with alternating and shared on‐call responsibilities. A Summer Conference Assistant is a live-in paraprofessional staff member that serves as a positive leader and peer role model within the Housing and greater campus community. Being a Summer Conference Assistant is a great way to improve your marketable skills for future employment, such as those pertaining to public speaking, customer service, conflict mediation, critical thinking and problem-solving, time management, and administrative ability. We view our student staff team members as an opportunity for personal and professional growth. Student employees will receive free on campus housing and be eligible to work full time (40 hours a week) throughout the Summer. Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis and filled as positions become available.
UAS Student Housing - Summer Cleaning Crew
The UAS Student Housing office is hiring Summer Cleaning Crew student assistants for Summer employment. We view our student staff team members as an opportunity for personal and professional growth. On-site training will be provided to all Student Housing staff members and includes participation in new student employee orientation (facilitated by campus partners in Career Services); equipment and chemical usage training; hazardous materials training; and CPR/AED training for adults. Student employees will receive free on campus housing and be eligible to work full time (40 hours a week) throughout the Summer. Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis and filled as positions become available.
UAS Student Housing - Community Advisor
UAS Student Housing is hiring Community Advisors for the Fall 2018 - Spring 2019 semester appointment.
A Community Advisor (CA) is a live-in paraprofessional staff member that serves as a positive leader and peer role model within the Housing and greater campus community. Being a CA is a great way to improve your marketable skills for future employment, such as those pertaining to public speaking, customer service, conflict mediation, critical thinking and problem-solving , time management, and administrative ability.
This position’s benefits include provided housing at no cost, hourly wages available for administrative tasks, and a $450 meal plan per semester of employment.
The review date for applications will be March 2, 2018.
Academic Program Specialist
This position provides comprehensive student records, administrative, and overall business and office management support services for The Department of Human Services program activities at UAA. The Academic Program Specialist is responsible for responding to inquiries regarding UAA and departmental program practices, policies, and procedures; engages in special projects as directed by faculty/Department chair to meet the department's academic, and service mission; coordinates special events and business meetings; and assists with marketing efforts to promote department academic programs and activities. Keeps department chair apprised of any ongoing issues. Participates in problem-solving and continuous process-improvement efforts to improve faculty/student service, efficiency and accuracy, and thus contribute to the success of the department. Oversees office management to ensure day to day operations to maintain work flow. Analyze data, collect project and program statistics and compile and present reports. Meet regularly with Chair to inform of processes and discuss department decisions. The Academic Program Specialist will assist faculty with reimbursement forms, travel and facilitating efforts toward student tuition waivers.
NWC Native Arts Program Coordinator
The School of Arts & Sciences is seeking a Program Coordinator to oversee the emerging Northwest Coast Native Arts (NWC) program at the University of Alaska Southeast, in the School of Arts and Sciences, on the Juneau campus. This position is a 70% time position, funded by a three-year grant with Sealaska Heritage Institute, with the purpose of expanding education on Northwest Coast Native Arts. The position reports directly to the Dean of Arts & Sciences and is responsible for organizing and managing studio space, course scheduling, and adjunct support, in coordination with the Humanities Department. UAS encourages applications from candidates who are particularly excited about opportunities to expand NWC arts post-secondary education. We strongly encourage women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans to apply.
Term Assistant Professor of Writing and Communication
2 Apr 2018
The Ketchikan Campus of the University of Alaska Southeast seeks a full-time term Assistant Professor of Writing and Communication. This is a nine-month term funded non-tenure track position covered by a collective bargaining agreement. This position requires the successful candidate to work on the Ketchikan campus.
Chief Information Security Officer
The University of Alaska's Office of Information Technology (OIT) seeks a dynamic, engaging and knowledgeable security professional to lead its information security program.
BEI Grant Officer
The Business Enterprise Institute (BEI) housed at the University of Alaska Anchorage is seeking qualified candidates to join the BEI Finance team.
UAA - AI&e Student Aide
UAA Academic Innovations and eLearning is looking for a student worker for office support. Student Assist C, starting wage $10.50 per hour.
GI - Accounting Coordinator
Now is your opportunity to join the Geophysical Institute (GI) Business Office team providing direct support to the research mission of the University of Alaska Fairbanks. The GI Business Office seeks an energetic individual who works well with others in achieving our goal of a cheerful, welcoming, helpful atmosphere while providing a variety of fiscal related services to researchers, graduate students, and staff.
Director, Alaska Sea Grant
The University of Alaska Fairbanks invites applications for the position of Director of the Alaska Sea Grant College Program. This executive-level position (either faculty or non-faculty) provides leadership and programmatic oversight for the program. Alaska Sea Grant is based at the University of Alaska Fairbanks and supports research, education and marine extension to help people understand, responsibly interact with, and conserve ocean and coastal resources and communities.
UAF Community & Technical College - Tenure Track Assistant Professor, Paramedicine
UAF's Community and Technical College is seeking a Tenure Track Assistant Professor of Paramedicine to join the growing Emergency Services Department and Paramedic Academy. The successful candidate will teach classes, provide academic counseling, assist in maintaining the skills lab, assist in curriculum development. This position requires a current Paramedic NREMT Certification or State License, five years experience as a Paramedic, one year teaching experience and a Baccalaureate degree. A Masters degree OR be working to obtain a Masters degree within two years of appointment is preferred.
To ensure consideration of your application please be sure to apply by February 26, 2018 at 5:00 p.m.
This is a Tenure Track position.
The College of Rural and Community Development is seeking an Academic Director for the Bristol Bay Campus.
Term Instructor - Alaska Library Network Associate Director
The ALN Associate Director must be highly motivated, have strong planning and organizational skills, the ability to design innovative programs, experience in planning for and managing technologies, and be an effective communicator. The Associate Director has the ability to manage multiple projects, shifting priorities as necessary to assure a timely completion. The Associate Director must be independent and resourceful to handle a hardy combination of professional, technical and clerical tasks.
Please attach a cover letter, resume, and list of at least three professional references with contact information for each.
Interested candidates must apply online at http://www.alaska.edu/jobs/ by submitting all the required documents.
Salary: $64,000 Minimum
The University of Alaska is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and educational institution. The University of Alaska does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, citizenship, age, sex, physical or mental disability, status as a protected veteran, marital status, changes in marital status, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, parenthood, sexual orientation, gender identity, political affiliation or belief, genetic information, or other legally protected status. The University's commitment to non-discrimination, including against sex discrimination, applies to students, employees, and applicants for admission and employment. Contact information, applicable laws, and complaint procedures are included on UA's statement of non-discrimination available at www.alaska.edu/titleIXcompliance/nondiscrimination
Human Resources Technician 3
The College of Natural Science & Mathematics at UAF is seeking a HR Technician. This position is to support the college in HR technical functions such as payroll, recruitment, hiring and onboarding. This position works closely with the executive officer, dean, and the departments within CNSM.
HR Student Assistant
Do you want to gain some amazing experience while working in a fun environment? Join the HR Team today!
Kenai Peninsula College maintains a pool of applicants for art model positions. These temporary positions are located at the Kachemak Bay Campus.
UAA - Assistant Professor of Alcohol and Addiction Studies
12 Mar 2018
CAAS conducts research that addresses substance abuse in Alaska. The Center focuses on interdisciplinary and collaborative studies related to health issues of particular relevance to Alaskan residents. Prospective research foci include the determinants of substance abuse behaviors including alcohol, tobacco, and other harmful substances, protective factors associated with resilience in the face of such effects, and practical interventions to mitigate the effects of or treat such behaviors. Applicants must hold an earned terminal degree (MD, PhD, or DrPH) in alcohol and addiction studies or a related field and be qualified to teach research methods and addiction classes.
Indigenous Events Coordinator
Do you have an appreciation for culture and bringing people together to share in that culture? If you do, please apply here. The Indigenous Events Coordinator will be responsible for planning events in coordination with the CRCD Vice Chancellor’s Office in our continued effort to celebrate and share Indigenous cultures.
Executive Suite Administrative Assistant
19 Feb 2018
The UAA office of the Chancellor is currently seeking applications for the position of the Executive Suite Administrative Assistant. This position provides primary support for the Chancellor Operations Executive team, as well as to the offices of Administrative Services and Academic Affairs. This is the first point of contact with the Central Administration Office Suite. This position interacts with the general public as well as faculty, staff and students. These interactions require excellent customer service and the ability to provide information on varied and diverse issues. The Chancellor Operations team supports the advancement of the mission of UAA and the UA system.
***We will be accepting applicants until February 19, 12:00pm***