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Oceanographic Postdoctoral Researcher Fairbanks
An adventurous post-doctoral researcher is sought to lead and contribute to the study of Alaskan coastal systems and their physical and ecological connections to offshore marine waters. Joining the strengths of two 100-year-old institutions, this unique position will help the successful applicant grow in the realms of research and resource management applications. The work will focus on marine waters adjacent to Alaska’s numerous and spectacular National Parks.
Assistant or Associate Professor of Geodesy Fairbanks
The University of Alaska Fairbanks is seeking a tenure-track faculty member with a research specialty in observational geodesy. We are particularly interested in candidates with a talent for teaching and a passion for real-world application to natural hazards including earthquakes and volcanoes. This position will be hired at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor depending on the qualifications of the candidate.
CAS Research - 2018-2019 Research Professional 1-5 Pool Anchorage
This is a pool from which the College of Arts and Sciences divisions of Math & Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, Humanities, and Performing and Fine Arts will draw when research professionals are needed to work on grant- or contract-funded projects. This temporary position may be part- or full-time. Qualified applicants for this position will be placed into a hiring pool, for the academic year 2018-2019, from which research professionals will be hired. Acceptance into the hiring pool does not constitute an offer of a contract.
ACCS - 2018-2019 Research Technician 1-4 Pool Anchorage
This is a pool from which the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) Math and Natural Sciences, Humanities, Social Sciences, and Performing & Fine Arts will draw when research technicians are needed to work on grant-funded projects. The position may be part- or full-time. Acceptance into the hiring pool does not constitute an offer of employment. CAS Math & Natural Sciences, Humanities, Social Sciences, and Performing & Fine Arts conducts applied and fundamental scientific research and collects, synthesizes, archives, and distributes data, specimens, and knowledge, partly through conducting field work.
CAS Research - 2017-2018 Research Professional 1-5 Pool Anchorage
This is a pool from which the College of Arts and Sciences divisions of Math & Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, Humanities, and Performing and Fine Arts will draw when research professionals are needed to work on grant- or contract-funded projects. This temporary position may be part- or full-time. Qualified applicants for this position will be placed into a hiring pool, for the academic year 2017-2018, from which research professionals will be hired. Acceptance into the hiring pool does not constitute an offer of a contract.
Alaska Center for Energy and Power Student Intern Fall 2018 Fairbanks
- Intern opportunity - Are you a junior or senior engineering student with a 3.0+ GPA and an interest in working on renewable energy projects to benefit Alaska communities? Are you interested in gaining hands-on experience and are you willing to travel to remote communities? Join UAF's Alaska Center for Energy and Power's new program connecting UA students with utilities and communities across the state. We are looking for students with skills in systems modeling, programming, The intern will assist ACEP researchers with an assortment of energy related research, analysis and special projects. The Intern will be working with energy related data focused on energy use and consumption.
Community Prevention Research Coordinator_Alakanuk (IAB JOB19-07) Bethel
The Center for Alaska Native Health Research at the Institute of Arctic Biology needs to hire a rural community-based prevention research coordinator for our second community in the Qungasvik R01 application (Alakanuk). This position requires excellent communication and coordination skills in order to effectively work with rural communities, tribal governments, and planning group members; and to assist with the implementation culturally-based intervention activities with rural Alaska Native youth and interact with these youth participants in a culturally competent manner. This position is based in southwest Alaska and incumbent must be a resident of the research community.
Multicultural Post-Doctoral Fellow, Department of Sociology Anchorage
The Department of Sociology at the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) is pleased to offer a Multicultural Postdoctoral Fellowship beginning in August 2019. This appointment may be renewed for up to an additional two years.
Safety Coordinator/EMT (JOB19-10) Fairbanks
The Toolik Field Station (TFS) at the Institute of Arctic Biology (IAB) is seeking an enthusiastic and experienced EMT and Station Safety Coordinator. 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 in the winter months to 150 residents in the summer (over 400 different individuals annually) and is open 365 days a year. This position oversees one seasonal EMT/Safety Coordinator during the summer season (May-September). Reports to and coordinates with the TFS Facility Supervisor. Train seasonal and full-time staff. Develops Toolik Field Station safety program and policies. This position requires residence at TFS one-half to three-quarters time from April through September and halftime from October through March. During the summer, the position rotates schedule with the seasonal EMT/Safety Coordinator. TFS will consider training the right candidate in different aspects of the position, including Wilderness First Responder certification, hazardous materials management and EMT I/II certification.
Post Doctoral Fellow Anchorage
The Institute of Social and Economic Research (ISER) at the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) is seeking a bright creative scholar with interests in health economics and health policy to join our interdisciplinary research team. Our team explores research questions in health issues important to Alaska and nationwide through analyses related to healthcare spending, implementation science, and program evaluation. Preference will be given to candidates with strong training in applied microeconomics, and interest in policy relevant questions. Responsibilities include 1) engaging in high quality research that informs public policy and that leads to publications in top journals, and 2) working collaboratively on research projects with members of the Institute of Social and Economic Research and the Center for Behavioral Health Research and Services. Salary will be $65-75,000 per year, depending on qualifications. The successful candidate will also receive a generous benefits package and relocation funds. The appointment is for one year, renewable for a second year subject to satisfactory performance.
GI Temporary Employee Fairbanks
Join the Geophysical Institute in achieving our mission to understand geophysical processes and solve applied geophysical problems. Scientists at the Geophysical Institute study geophysical processes in action from the center of the Earth to the surface of the sun and beyond. The institute turns data and observations into information useful for state and national needs. We are currently accepting applications for temporary employees.
CFOS FY19 Student Assistant C Pool Fairbanks
If you are interested in student employment with the College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences, please consider applying to this posting. CFOS will be recruiting for the following positions throughout the academic year and summer months to further support the academic and research efforts of the College: Office Assistant, Lab/Field Assistant, and IT Assistant. Applicants will be reviewed on an as-needed basis by various departments during the year. CFOS has offices and labs located in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau, Seward and Kodiak. Visit http://www.uaf.edu/cfos/ to learn more information about the College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences.
Research Administration Data Analyst (RADA) Fairbanks
Under the direction of the Office of Grants and Contracts Administration leadership the RADA is responsible for conducting research and statistical analyses to identify and understand trends in extramural proposal and funding and economic impact at the campus and national levels. The Research Administration Data Analyst (RADA) is an integral member of OGCA. The RADA works collaboratively with offices across the university. The RADA conducts data analysis related to research and other sponsored projects, as well as develops and implements systems to efficiently track sponsored project data and the performance of our research administration units. The RADA is will also proactively continue to develop the tracking of proposals and awards for research and analyses that will help answer critical questions facing UAF in the area of sponsored projects, research administration and research excellence. The RADA is responsible for identifying appropriate methodologies, procedures, timelines, and other campus partners necessary to complete projects in an accurate and timely way. The position conducts research, prepares reports, and presents findings not only for the purposes of OGCA but also in response to the needs of other UAF offices as well as external constituencies. The RADA assists OGCA leadership in leveraging data to prioritize business and information needs. The RADA must master a wide range of complex operational and administrative matters, and demonstrate a detailed understanding of the organization and functions of schools, departments, research institutes, and other campus units involved in research administration. The RADA has knowledge of business requirements gathering techniques and analysis of underlying systems and processes. The RADA must be familiar with and maintain UAF and campus policies and administrative standards.
Mechanical Engineering Assistant Professor Fairbanks
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. 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 https://www.alaska.edu/jobs/. All applications must include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement of research objectives, philosophy of teaching, and at least three professional references with contact information. First review of applications will begin on January 14 2019, but later applicants will continue to be reviewed until the position is filled. Questions regarding this vacancy can be directed to Dr. Rorik Peterson, Department Chair, rapeterson@alaska.edu. UAF is an AA/EO Employer and Educational Institution.
CAS Research - 2018-2019 Graduate Research Assistant Pool Anchorage
This is a labor pool from which the College of Arts and Sciences Mathematical and Natural Sciences, Humanities, Social Sciences, and Performing & Fine Arts will draw when graduate research assistants are needed to work on grant-funded projects. The position may be part or full time. Incumbents will join faculty and researchers who are active in conducting research in various disciplines. This will include working on one or more funded projects in these research areas under the guidance of Principal Investigators.
CAS Research - 2017-2018 Graduate Research Assistant Pool Anchorage
This is a labor pool from which the College of Arts and Sciences Mathematical and Natural Sciences, Humanities, Social Sciences, and Performing & Fine Arts will draw when graduate research assistants are needed to work on grant-funded projects. The position may be part or full time. Incumbents will join faculty and researchers who are active in conducting research in various disciplines. This will include working on one or more funded projects in these research areas under the guidance of Principal Investigators.
Institute of Arctic Biology UAF Graduate Assistant Research - NonTaxable Fairbanks
If approved for a graduate research assitantship with the UAF Institute of Arctic Biology, Please submit your information on this posting. This posting is for those graduate students who have been selected for a research assistantship with any department within the UAF Institute of Arctic Biology. The assistantship can be per semester or full academic year basis Please attach your letter of application for your Graduate Research Assistantship, your signed Offer letter, and resume. The resume should indicate at minimum the date your Bachelor's degree was awarded and in what educational area, which graduate degree you are pursuing and what year of your program you will be in, any graduate research assistant experience, and any undergraduate skills training you've received. The assistantship does include a tuition waiver, health care coverage, and a stipend. For more information you can contact the IAB Human Resources office via email with your questions. You will receive a reply within 3 business days.
GI - AEC Logistics Coordinator Fairbanks
The Alaska Earthquake Center is seeking organized and motivated applicants for a Logistics Coordinator position. The Logistics Coordinator will play a critical role in the Earthquake Center's efforts to operate and maintain a network of seismic sensor stations across the state. This position offers varied and challenging problems to solve in a small team setting. Responsibilities include logistics support for extended field maintenance campaigns in remote locations, administrative support, workflow development, and field work.
ACCS - 2018-2019 Student Assistant A-B-C Pool Anchorage
This is a Student Assistant A-B-C Labor Pool for the UAA Alaska Center for Conservation Science.
VCR/ARC/EPSCoR Temporary Employee Fairbanks
Join the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research, Animal Resources Center, EPSCoR and LARS in achieving our mission of finding solutions to Arctic challenges.

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