Maint Service Workr III (MSW3)
Provides for campus beautification and safety by; caring for turf areas parking lots, production and care annual and perennial flowers, snow removal and a full range of other landscaping maintenance tasks. Installs and maintains landscapes , identifies and eradicates pests as necessary. Operates tools and equipment including trucks, tractors, loaders and other tools. Assists in the training and supervision of temporary workers. Year-round exposure to varying weather conditions is to be expected. Heavy lifting occasionally required. Hours and/or days of scheduled work may change depending on needs of department.
Summer Sessions & Lifelong Learning (SSLL) is a dynamic, fast-paced department that administers the Summer Sessions academic program. SSLL is a self-support unit responsible for recruiting and serving students in summer academic programs and WINTERmester. In addition, SSLL coordinates and sponsors community events, and participates in outreach programming such as educational travel and youth camps.
This position is the first point of contact for the students, faculty and community that we serve.
Financial Aid Director
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.
President’s Professorship in Fisheries and Ecosystems
The University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF), College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences (CFOS), seeks a prestigious President’s Professor of Fisheries and Ecosystems. Come join a dynamic, multidisciplinary college with 52 faculty, over 100 graduate students and more than 50 undergraduate students. Alaska offers unparalleled opportunities to contribute to a legacy of sustainable fisheries through applied fishery and ecosystem research.
Assistant Professor of Health Sciences
UAA Department of Health Sciences seeks an innovative, energetic individual who has passion for building strong health science education and service research programs that address health challenges in Alaska and the circumpolar north.
Faculty member will support the University of Alaska tripartite mission of performing teaching, research and public service. The person in this role will provide instructional support to undergraduate level students and work with other faculty and staff implement and evaluate existing health science curriculum and participate in university, professional, and community service activities.
The person in this role will develop and sustain an active research agenda; support continued growth of the existing BSHS program, and develop partnerships with other academic units and community partners. All faculty are expected to advise students, support independent studies, and contribute to the work of the health science department.
Multicultural Post-Doctoral Fellow, Department of Philosophy
The University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) is pleased to offer a three-year Multicultural Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Department of Philosophy (https://www.uaa.alaska.edu/academics/college-of-arts-and-sciences/departments/philosophy), beginning August 12, 2018. The Department of Philosophy’s Multicultural Postdoctoral fellow should be a specialist in Alaska Native or other indigenous worldviews as related to philosophy/religion/spirituality of the Americas with a Ph.D. in Native American Studies, American Indian Studies, Indigenous Studies, Religious Studies, Philosophy or a closely allied field. The ideal applicant would have a concentration in any of the following areas: indigenous frameworks and epistemologies, world philosophies and religions, comparative religions/intersecting spiritualities, Indigenous or comparative ethics, or post-colonial studies.
Applications from all persons are welcomed; women, minorities, persons with disabilities, and veterans are especially encouraged to apply.
Lead Theatre Technician
The Glenn Massay Theater at Matanuska-Susitna College, a campus of the University of Alaska Anchorage, is seeking a full-time Lead Theatre Technician.
Preceptor Adjunct Faculty: Certified Flight Instructor, Levels I-III
The Aviation Technology Division, Flight Operations Department is seeking qualified applicants for it's Preceptor Certified Flight Instructor, Levels I-III Labor Pool.
Wood Center Front Desk Attendant
30 Jun 2018
Is responsible for providing services at the main desk and the games area at Wood Center. Services include, but are not limited to, campus information; lost and found services; recreational (pool tables, ping pong and bowling alley) services; campus switchboard; ticket sales for campus and community events, and sales of a variety of sundries.
UAS is looking for an Administrative Specialist to assist with administrative and accounting duties while the Facilities Department transitions to a new Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS). This position requires account tracking skills, proficient in Excel, working knowledge of databases and the aptitude to quickly learn our existing CMMS program (MP2) and a new CMMS program. Duties include assisting in all office and administrative duties to help carry the double workload while the new CMMS program is brought online. These duties include supporting the administrative operations for budgeting, procurement, accounts payable and work order management. The Administrative Specialist will work directly with the four UAS Facilities administrative staff on the Juneau campus.
The University of Alaska is seeking a candidate to join our OIT Systems Engineering Team. Our mission is to protect, provide for, and progress the software and systems behind many of the University of Alaska's services. Like many system admins, we keep important, critical systems up and running despite bandwidth outages and configuration errors. However, the team also develops new products including, full-stack web applications, simulators, distributed data migrations, and next-gen monitoring to name a few.
Not only do we have fun projects like that, but our regular workday involves a lot of DevOp practices and Lean IT processes. We also manage thousands of computers (all University-owned computers, laptops, and tablets), package our own installers, manage the licensing for University owned software, as well as the servers and infrastructure for many of the University's services.
UAA Bookstore Student Associate Spring 2018
Come join the UAA Bookstore as a student employee! We offer flexible work schedules for student employees, a chance to learn new work skills, hone your customer service skills, plus you'll meet great people!
UAA Bookstore Temporary Associate
Come join the UAA Bookstore as a temporary employee! We offer flexible work schedules, a chance to learn new work skills, hone your customer service skills, plus you'll meet great people!
Manager, OIT Customer Support Services
The University of Alaska is seeking a Customer Support Services Manager. In this role you will manage how our customers' experience may of our public and internal services, managing the Service Desk and Technical Support Field Technician teams. You will own our incident support process and ensure it's executed at the highest level of excellence while also striving to continually improve. The University has a very broad user base, so it is critical that you successfully communicate with individuals who range from non-technical to very technical. You will be an active advocate for the customer and be responsible for the timely resolution of customer problems or escalations to the appropriate support group. You will provide case status updates to management and customers.
Dental Clinic Support Specialist
The University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) Goose Lake Campus is located in Anchorage, Alaska. The attractive wooded campus, at the foot of the Chugach Mountains, serves as a cultural hub for the city. Careful development has left the campus an urban oasis with resident wildlife populations including moose, waterfowl, and birds. The College of Health (COH), one of seven UAA schools and colleges, is a major center for development and delivery of professional, career and technical, community, and continuing education programs. In keeping with the mission of the University of Alaska, COH has a commitment to innovation and flexibility insuring high quality education, and training is available to all who have the ability and interest to pursue an education or profession. The School of Allied Health of the College of Health offers Occupational Endorsement Certificates, Undergraduate Certificates, Associate of Applied Science degrees, and Bachelor degrees.
Academic and Career Advisor
Career Services is seeking a to add a dynamic individual to join the team as an Academic and Career Advisor. This position will work with students on educational and career planning and major exploration, provide career guidance, job search assistance, as well as Program Administration, planning, development, outreach and implementation. Starting pay for this position is $23.60
Maintenance Specialist (MSW4)
The University of Alaska Southeast, Sitka Campus, is accepting applications for an 11-month, full-time Maintenance Specialist (MSW4). You will assist the Operations Supervisor in managing the facilities of the Sitka Campus. Primary responsibility is to protect university assets and extend the life of university equipment while maintaining cost control and efficiency. Routinely performs a variety of maintenance, repair, and construction tasks in a combination of several trades requiring less than journeyman skills in any one of the trades practiced. Work schedules typically occur during normal business hours Monday through Friday but can require additional call-in and overtime hours for special events and urgent conditions and situations. This position is governed by a collective bargaining agreement between the University and Alaska Higher Education Crafts & Trades Employees Local 6070.
Custodian/Maintenance Service Worker
The University of Alaska Southeast, Sitka Campus, is accepting applications for an 11-month, full-time Custodian/Maintenance Service Worker (MSW2). Cleans and protects university facilities, grounds and surrounding areas by performing custodial maintenance duties including dusting, mopping, finishing and buffing floors, vacuuming and shampooing carpets, cleaning/sanitizing and restocking restrooms, grounds keeping and removing snow, ice and debris. Some responsibilities are required to be performed outside of normal business hours. This position is governed by a collective bargaining agreement between the University and Alaska Higher Education Crafts & Trades Employees Local 6070.
OIT Systems Engineering - Student Assistant
The Office of Information Technology (OIT) Service and Project Management Office is seeking student employees to work closely with its Systems Engineering (SE) team. Student employees fully integrate with the team and work on the same production systems that staff support, so the ideal candidate is a UAF student that is professional, adaptable, productive, technically competent, eager to learn, and wanting to acquire relevant work experience along with their degree. Demonstrable programming experience is required.
SE’s projects change from sprint to sprint to satisfy the university’s changing needs and employees’ duties change accordingly. You could write a script to process web sites one week, deploy virtualized desktops or servers the next, then write code for a custom application the week after that. What is consistent is the importance and quality expected of your work.
OIT Learning Spaces - Student Assistant
As a Learning Spaces Student Technician you will work with full time employees to provide first class customer support and solve technological problems. Daily duties will include answering phones, diagnosing and resolving technology issues, and assisting staff members with various projects. Students interested in learning more about technology in a fun and educational environment should consider applying for this position.