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.
Whalesong Reporter - Student Assistant B
The UAS Whalesong staff is looking for self-motivated, creative, and responsible students to serve as Whalesong Reporters for the remaining of Spring 2018 and/or Fall 2018 - Spring 2019 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.
The Learning Resource Center (LRC) of Mat-Su College is seeking a test proctor to assist in the 2017-2018 academic year.
Culinary Arts Kitchen Lab Aide
Ability to work independently.
Ability to lift up to 35 lbs with or without reasonable accommodation.
Special requirement: Applicant must meet the qualifications to be employed as a Student employee.
Completion of CA A201 or equivalent experience.
Black Brant Temporary Research Technician (Western Alaska, JOB18-19)
The Institute of Arctic Biology (IAB) is seeking motivated candidates for temporary research technicians to work on the 35th summer of a study examining black brant population demography on Alaska's Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge.
**This is a pool position. Acceptance of application materials does not guarantee a review of your application.**
Kodiak College ABE Tutor
Provide adult basic skills, GED preparation, and English as a second language
Animal Facilities Supervisor
The UAF Animal Resources Center is seeking an exceptional candidate to join our strong team of animal care and veterinary professionals. The ARC Animal Facility Supervisor oversees the animal husbandry core and is responsible for the care and well-being of animals housed at our two animal facilities: the BiRD animal facility (small animals) and the Large Animal Research Station. Reporting directly to the ARC Director this person supervises our animal care technicians, students, and coordinates space, animals, and resources for our faculty and research teams. The successful applicant will have excellent leadership and communication skills as well as relevant work experience in animal care and husbandry, preferably in a research and educational setting.
Temporary - ADAC Communications and Research Associate
The Arctic Domain Awareness Center is a U.S. Department of Homeland Security
(DHS), Center for Maritime Research (CMR), led by the University of Alaska Anchorage. ADAC
seeks to develop and transition technology solutions, innovative products and educational
programs to improve situational awareness and crisis response capabilities related to emerging
maritime challenges posed by the dynamic Arctic environment. The ADAC research network
comprises of academic and industry teams focused in delivering solutions to problems faced by the United States Coast Guard (USCG) and other Department of Homeland Security (DHS) mission operators across the Arctic maritime region.
Library Student Assistant C (Night): Consortium Library
Library Student Assistant C (Night): Consortium Library
Fall 2018 Resident Assistant for Residence Life
30 Jun 2018
Spring 2018 Resident Assistant for Department of Residence Life. The Resident Assistant (RA) is a student member of the Department of Residence Life. He/she is responsible for working closely with staff and students in creating and maintaining an atmosphere that promotes student development and acceptance of diversity through group living in University residence halls. The Resident Assistant will assume specific responsibility for a designated area within the residence hall. The position carries part-time, live-in responsibilities with appointment made on a yearly basis.
UAF Disability Services Student Assistant B
30 Jun 2018
Disability Services provides classroom accommodations to students with disabilities. These accommodations range from providing qualified students with ASL interpreting services to reading tests aloud. Student assistants are an integral part of the Disability Services (DS) team. Student Assistants gain invaluable experience through their work with students with disabilities. Working with such a diverse group of the student body teaches student assistants how to look at a situation from a new perspective.
Postdoctoral Researcher - CFOS/NPS
An adventurous post-doctoral researcher is sought to lead an Arctic research project that will improve our understanding of Bering Strait region coastal systems and their connections to offshore marine waters. Joining the strengths of two 100-year-old institutions, this position will work in close collaboration with both the National Park Service and the University of Alaska Fairbanks.
IT Student Assistant
Information Technology Services (ITS) has put together a program to give Student workers an opportunity to experience real-life IT Service Center scenarios. This program will give students the knowledge and experience of working in an IT Call Center, as well as working on a Desktop/Laptop and Audio/Visual Team. Students will be dedicated to one of these teams for a semester, and will then rotate to a new team each semester following. Upon completion, students will be able to market themselves in each of these 3 different IT areas, as they will learn both technical and customer service skills and have many different experiences to share with a future employer.
If you are looking for a part time job that will provide you with exciting new challenges, opportunities for professional growth and development, and provide a great start to a career in Information Technology, then this new program is for you!
Bookstore Events Assistant - Student C
Bookstore Events Assistant; Emphasis on Graphic Art and Social Media. This position is a Student Assistant C Labor Pool at the University of Alaska Anchorage.
Health Clinic Student Assistant
The UAS health clinic is seeking applicants for a student assistant to provide additional office support throughout the Spring 2018 academic semester. This is a great opportunity for a student seeking a flexible schedule and to gain professional office experience. Applicant preference will be given to those whom have either completed the certified nursing (CNA) or medical assistant program. Applications will be accepted on an on-going basis and filled as positions become available.
Assistant Professor of HSEM
The University of Alaska invites applications for a tenure track position in the rank of Assistant Professor in Homeland Security and Emergency Management to begin Fall 2018. The School of Management is accredited by the AACSB. Applicants seeking a balance of teaching and research responsibilities will find a collegial work environment with a competitive salary and benefits package. Alaska offers unsurpassed natural beauty and world class recreational opportunities year-round.
Learn more about our program by visiting the University of Alaska Fairbanks website at www.uaf.edu/som
Innovation Studio Tech Assistant
Innovative Design Studio is recruiting for a Studio Tech Assistant.
This position's starting wage is $10.50 per hour and is a Student Assistant C Labor Pool at the University of Alaska Anchorage.
Parking Call Team Officer
The Parking Call Team Member serves to provide professional and responsive assistance to the University Community. Through Calls for Service and Parking Enforcement the Call Team strives to deliver the highest degree of customer service possible. The purpose of the Call Team is to promote a safe campus, provide assistance to the University Community, and encourage compliance to parking regulations. This is accomplished through Calls for Service and enforcement of parking rules and regulations. The Call Team Officer (CTO) supports the parking program by providing assistance to the University community and enforcing parking regulations. Assistance is provided by performing jumpstarts, unlocks, walking safety escorts, and locates. CTOs are also expected to be visible to the community and must be able to provide accurate and helpful information to the University Community and provide assistance to others as needed. Enforcement of parking regulations is carried out by Call Team Officers as they patrol the University parking lots. They are to assist in maintaining a safe campus and should report any situations that create an unsafe environment. The Call Team will be called on to assist others within the University Community with many different duties as needed. Call Team Officers may also perform other duties as assigned.
Assistant Professor in STEM- Technology
The University of Alaska Southeast's Alaska College of Education invites applications for a full-time tenure-track Assistant Professor in STEM with an emphasis of educational technology to complement existing expertise and contribute to our program. This position will begin with the 2018/2019 academic year. The emergence of a new STEM program is supported by a NSF Noyce Planning grant and is being designed to prepare teachers for STEM integration at both the initial licensure and advanced degrees (M.Ed.) level. We seek a faculty member with demonstrated potential for creative teaching in a virtual environment as well as for clinical supervision. A candidate with background and experience in multiple STEM areas, such as technology/science, is strongly preferred.
Assistant Professor of Special Education
The University of Alaska Southeast’s Alaska College of Education invites applications for a full-time tenure-track Assistant Professor in Special Education to complement existing expertise and contribute to our program. This position will begin with the 2018/2019 academic year. Our Special Education program prepares teachers for both initial licensure and advanced degrees (M.Ed.). We seek a faculty member with demonstrated potential for creative teaching in a virtual environment as well as for clinical supervision. The faculty member should have a strong track record of teaching and working with those having diverse ethnic, cultural, and linguistic backgrounds.