IARC Visiting Research Scholar
The International Arctic Research Center is currently accepting applications for Visiting Research Scholars. IARC serves as a focal point of excellence for international collaboration and provides the arctic research community with an unprecedented opportunity to share knowledge about science in the Arctic, with an emphasis on global climate change research.
IARC Post Doctoral Fellow
If you have a PhD and would like to collaborate with faculty and researchers at the International Arctic Research Center, please consider this exciting opportunity and apply to the IARC Post Doctoral Pool. The initial appointment will be for one year, with the possibility of renewal for a second year contingent on satisfactory performance and final approval of funds. IARC serves as a focal point of excellence for international collaboration and provides the arctic research community with an unprecedented opportunity to share knowledge about science in the Arctic, with an emphasis on global climate change research.
IARC Temporary Faculty - Non-credit
If you have a PhD and would like to collaborate with faculty and researchers at the International Arctic Research Center, please consider applying to the IARC Temporary Faculty pool. IARC serves as a focal point of excellence for international collaboration and provides the arctic research community with an unprecedented opportunity to share knowledge about science in the Arctic, with an emphasis on global climate change research.
IARC FY19 Temporary Technical
Are you passionate about Arctic science and learning more about global climate change? If so, please consider applying to IARC's temporary employment pool and join the team at the International Arctic Research Center. For specific job positions that IARC may be recruiting for during the year, please refer to this posting. More than 20 international groups and more than 60 scientists are working with IARC to facilitate international collaboration in Arctic environmental change studies. Come join this dynamic international effort!
Fiscal Professional 1
IARC is home to more than 100 scientists, staff, and students conducting important work in areas integral to IARC’s mission. Our scientists work on independent research—such as the critical and relevant work being done on ocean acidification—as well as through larger climate adaptation initiatives such as the Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy. We are actively seeking an experienced Fiscal Professional 1 to join our team.
IARC - SNAP Data Manager & Analyst
The UAF International Arctic Research Center and the Scenarios Network for Alaska + Arctic Planning seek a Data Manager/Analyst to help develop an Arctic Data Collaborative to highlight and apply high-impact datasets to solve real world issues. You will contribute to projects aimed at helping the nation and the world understand and adapt to the impacts of climate change in Alaska, the Arctic, and beyond.
ADAC Sr. Research Professional
The Arctic Domain Awareness Center (ADAC) hosted at the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) is seeking a Sr. Research Professional to support the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Science and Technology (S&T), Office of University Programs (OUP), Center of Excellence (COE). This position is soft funded contingent and subject to renewal on satisfactory progress and availability of funds. The position is full time (40 hours per week).
TFS Environmental and Spatial Data Center Manager (JOB19-04)
The Toolik Field Station (TFS) at the Institute of Arctic Biology (IAB) is seeking an enthusiastic and experienced individual to manage our Environmental Data Center (EDC). TFS is a world-renowned Arctic field station located 360 road miles north of Fairbanks on the rural Dalton Highway. The remote station supports researchers, students, and others from around the world. The population of the station can vary from 3 to 150 residents (over 400 different individuals annually) and is open 365 days a year.
HAARP Maintenance Technician
We are currently accepting applications for a temporary Maintenance Technician. The High-Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) is the world's most capable high-power, high-frequency transmitter for the study of ionospheric. The operation of the research facility was transferred from the United States Air Force to the University of Alaska Fairbanks in August 2015, allowing the Geophysical Insitute to continue to operate the facility as an open international observatory for space physics and radio science.
Climate Center Post Doctoral Fellow
The Alaska Climate Research Center of the Geophysical Institute (GI) at the University of Alaska Fairbanks is seeking applications for a two year Post-Doctoral Fellow to work with the Alaska State Climatologist and to support the
The selected candidate will have an appointment within the Geophysical Institute, and will have the opportunity to be involved with research projects related to Alaska and
surrounding Arctic climate research.
IAB Temporary Technician Pool (JOB19-01)
The Institute of Arctic Biology (IAB) is seeking candidates for temporary positions to support the areas of biology, genetics, wildlife, biomedical, ecology, physiology, bioinformatics, and related areas of study to support the research and academic missions of the Institute.
**This is a pool position. Acceptance of application materials does not guarantee a review of your application.**
IAB Post Doctoral Fellow Pool (JOB19-02)
The Institute of Arctic Biology (IAB) is seeking candidates for post doctoral fellow positions to support the areas of biology, genetics, wildlife, biomedical, ecology, physiology, bioinformatics, and related areas of study to support the research and academic missions of the Institute. This will include working on one or more funded projects in these research areas under the guidance of senior faculty members.
**This is a pool position; successful acceptance into the pool does not guarantee an offer nor review of applicant materials.**
HAARP Maintenance Technician CT3 Crafts & Trades III
We are currently accepting internal applications for a Maintenance Technician (CT3) for our HAARP facility in
Gakona. The High-Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) is the world's most capable high-power, high-frequency transmitter for the study of the ionosphere. The operation of the research facility was
transferred from the United States Air Force to the University of Alaska Fairbanks in August 2015, allowing
the Geophysical Insitute to continue to operate the facility as an open international observatory for space
physics and radio science.
Research Assistant Professor - Sea Ice
The Geophysical Institute Snow, Ice, & Permafrost group at the University of Alaska Fairbanks is seeking a new faculty member to join the Sea Ice research group at a world-leading institution for polar research.
We offer excellent year-round access to sea ice research in many locations throughout Alaska with opportunities for working in partnership with indigenous communities. There are also many on-campus opportunities for collaboration with other polar researchers and facilities for satellite data and unmanned aircraft This position also includes a generous start-up package
IARC FY19 Student Assistant C
If you are a UA student looking for a valuable learning and employment opportunity, please consider applying to the International Arctic Research Center's Student Assistant Pool. Multiple departments within IARC may be hiring from this pool during the year, and duties assigned will vary depending on the specific department's needs.
IAB Student Assistant C Pool (JOB19-09)
The Institute of Arctic Biology is accepting applications to our Student Assistant C Pool. Applicants will be reviewed on an as-needed basis by various departments during the year. By submitting your application to this job posting you should understand that there is no guarantee your application will be reviewed nor selected by a department.
Assistant Professor of Biology (Microbiology, JOB19-03)
The Institute of Arctic Biology and the Department of Biology and Wildlife at the University of Alaska Fairbanks invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in microbiology at the Assistant Professor level.
Temporary Field Research Technician (Lindberg Black Brant/Ptarmigan, (JOB19-15)
The Institute of Arctic Biology (IAB) is seeking temporary field research technicians to work on 2 separate studies.
Rock Ptarmigan in Interior Alaska.
We need 4 technicians to assist with the study of the reproductive ecology of Rock Ptarmigan in interior Alaska. This study will start in late April and continue through early August at 2 different sites; Eagle Summit along the Steese Highway and the eastern Denali Highway. Although these sites are along highways, they are still remote sites where field assistants will be camping all summer with limited access to modern amenities. Duties include trapping and marking ptarmigan, monitoring nest and brood survival, radio tracking, data entry, and assistance with camp maintenance. Willingness and ability to operate 4-wheel drive vehicles and ATVs are expected. Ability to operate snow machines and firearms is preferred. Work includes walking long distances in mountain terrain often under adverse conditions. Technicians will be assisting an MS student in the second of a 3-year study.
Black Brant Study of population dynamics.
We are seeking 4-5 technicians for a second project on the Yukon Delta of Alaska with a focus on a study of the population dynamics of Black Brant. This project will run from early April until late July. This will be the 36th season for this long-term project. Primary duties include searching for and monitoring nests of brant and other birds, reading tags of marked brant, capturing and marking brant, data entry, and helping with camp operations. Ability to operate snow machines, boats, and firearms is preferred. This site is on the coast of the Bering Sea and technicians will frequently be working in adverse conditions and walking long distances in waders on mud flats and in coastal vegetation with marine weather (e.g., rain and wind). There may be opportunities for appointments to extend to year-round either as a technician or possibly as a graduate student.
CBHRS / ISER Grad Asst Research FY19-FY20
31 May 2019
Incumbents will join faculty and researchers who are active in conducting research in various disciplines. CBHRS projects are typically focused on behavioral/health outcomes approached from multiple disciplinary perspectives including psychology, sociology, anthropology, and public health. Student researchers may be involved in collecting, entering, and analyzing data, writing reports and contributing to project management under the direction of the PI. This pool also recruits Graduate Research Students for the Insitute of Social and Economic Research (ISER)
Research Technician I
Research Technician positions to assist with qualitative data collection and processing for the Alaska Sexual Assault Kit Initiative (AK-SAKI).