Executive Assistant to the Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs
The Executive Assistant (EA) provides executive assistance to the vice president for Academic and Student Affairs in all aspects of their administration and operation of the UA system, promoting a positive image of the university. This position is a highly visible role dealing with regents, legislators and their staff, gubernatorial staff, chancellors, vice chancellors, and reporters. The EA organizes and directs the administrative and financial functions of the VPASA office, managing the day-to-day operations, ensuring a professional and confidential work environment, and a professional and timely work product.
ACEP Postdoc for Power Systems & Power Electronics
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, and at least three professional references with contact information.
Manager, Technical Services
The University of Alaska seeks an experienced, innovative, and collaborative leader to oversee its enterprise systems environment. This position is an excellent opportunity to experience broad and diverse technologies, participate in the development of strategic directions, manage key vendor relationships, research emerging technologies, and be a leader in the on-going transformation of core infrastructure technologies.
In this role you will have the opportunity to lead a skilled team of IT professionals in a fast paced technology environment, building technical solutions that achieve business objectives. The key to the success of this position is having strong & innovative approach to problem solving, great technical leadership, excellent communication (written and verbal, formal and informal), flexibility, and a self-motivated working style with attention to detail.
Mineral Industry Research Laboratory Postdoc
Institute of Northern Engineering (INE), at University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) is seeking a motivated and energetic post-doctoral scholar to work on projects at the intersection of, and spanning the fields of, environmental engineering and mining engineering. Candidates will be evaluated on suitability of their academic preparation, past research experience.
UAF is a Land, Sea, and Space Grant university, the world leader in Arctic research, and a Carnegie Doctoral University. Established as the original site of the University of Alaska Fairbanks in 1917, UAF is a multi-campus university based in Fairbanks, the state's second largest city, with seven extended campuses spanning two-thirds of the state. Fairbanks, a modern and close community with approximately 100,000 residents, is located in Interior Alaska between the Alaska and Brooks mountain ranges and is noted for its scope of unique outdoor activities (hunting, fishing, and five months of Nordic skiing in the winter).
KUC Sackett Hall Relief Cook
30 Jun 2018
The relief cook will have some regular hours each week but will also be called upon when full time staff are ill or on leave.
KUC Resident Assistant
30 Jun 2018
The Resident Assistant (RA) is a student member of the Department of Student Services. 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.
Graphic Design Adjunct Faculty - UAA Art Department
The Department of Art at the University of Alaska Anchorage is accepting applications for adjunct instructor in Graphic Design. This position is comprised of teaching up to 5 classes per academic year such as beginning, intermediate and advanced levels of graphic design, typography, and foundations 2D design. A candidate must be able to offer students a comprehensive understanding of Graphic Design by being involved in current trends in the field, maintaining a design practice, teaching the value of a strong work ethic and integrity, and encouraging critical discourse and innovative thinking.
TRIO Upward Bound Tutor/Mentor
TRIO Upward Bound is seeking student tutor/mentors. Tutor/mentors are not expected to teach subject matter in a classroom setting, but act as subject area resources on specific areas of student inquiry while modeling and promoting effective study skills and habits.
Residence Life Student Office Assistant
This position is an Office Assistant for the Department of Residence Life, Student Assistant C Labor Pool, at the University of Alaska Anchorage.
College of Engineering Summer Engineering Academy Staff -First Year
The Academy Staff positions will ideally be filled by UAA students from the College of Engineering. . The positions are for 40 hours per week throughout the summer (late May- Early August). The Academy Staff will: teach science and engineering concepts to participants, work with participants in small groups to develop solutions to engineering problems (construct bridges, build robots, etc), assist with setup and take down of facilities each session, and other duties as assigned by Director and Lead Instructors.
Adjunct Instructor for Mathematics
Mat-Su College is recruiting qualified applicants for its pool of adjunct instructors in Mathematics. We are seeking applicants who possess a desire to help students succeed in reaching their goals. Mat-Su College is a community campus of the University of Alaska Anchorage. The campus is located in the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, the fastest growing region of Alaska. Join us and help turn student aspirations into reality!
Drawing Adjunct Faculty - UAA Art Department
The Department of Art at the University of Alaska Anchorage is accepting applications for an Adjunct Instructor in Drawing. This position is comprised of teaching up to 5 classes per academic year such as beginning, intermediate and advanced levels of drawing and life drawing and composition. A candidate must be able to offer students a comprehensive understanding of a wide range of drawing techniques, experimental processes, the value of a strong work ethic and integrity, and innovative thinking.
GeoFORCE AK Counselor
GeoFORCE Alaska is hiring Counselors for the 2018 summer academy (May 30-June 7, 2018) to ensure the safety of student participant, model team-building skills, coordinate groups of students, and provide instruction at field stops.
GeoFORCE AK Counselor-Night
GeoFORCE Alaska is hiring Night Counselors for the 2018 summer academy (May 30-June 7, 2018) to ensure the safety of student participant, organize groups of students and assist in student instruction during daily lectures and review sessions.
CRCD Graduate Research Assistant - NonTaxable
30 Jun 2018
The College of Rural and Community Development, Department of Alaska Native Studies and Rural Development are seeking graduate students to fulfill a teaching assistantship. Please apply here!
Adjunct Instructor for CNA Program
Mat-Su College is recruiting qualified applicants for its pool of adjunct instructors in Certified Nursing Assistant. We are seeking applicants who possess a desire to help students succeed in reaching their goals. Mat-Su College is a community campus of the University of Alaska Anchorage. The campus is located in the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, the fastest growing region of Alaska. Join us and help turn student aspirations into reality!
Mining Engineering Assistant Professor
The Mining Engineering program in the Department of Mining and Geological Engineering (http://cem.uaf.edu/mingeo.aspx) at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the level of Assistant Professor starting fall 2018. The position requires a strong commitment to teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels, developing a strong research program and obtaining research funding, publishing in peer-reviewed publications, and performing service. Candidates must have a BS degree in Mining Engineering or similarly named engineering field, preferably from an ABET accredited program, and a PhD degree, or all but dissertation, in Mining Engineering or related field.
The program offers an ABET-accredited BS degree, and MS and PhD degrees. UAF (www.uaf.edu) is the major research campus in the University of Alaska system and hosts several research institutes. Fairbanks, a modern and close-knit community with approximately 100,000 residents, is located in Interior Alaska between the Alaska and Brooks mountain ranges and is noted for its scope of unique outdoor activities. We seek candidates who will strengthen our degree programs through quality teaching and research and appreciate the unique geography and climate of Interior Alaska.
Required documentation includes: cover letter, curriculum vitae, list of three professional references with contact information, and statements of teaching and research interests. Interested candidates must apply online at http://www.alaska.edu/jobs/ by submitting all the required documents.
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.