Assistant Professor Marine Transportation
The University of Alaska Southeast-Ketchikan Campus invites applications for a nine-month tenure track Assistant Professor of Marine Transportation. The successful candidate will teach classes, provide faculty leadership in marine transportation degree and certificate programs, and provide service to the university and community. This is an excellent opportunity to join a team of enthusiastic faculty at the UAS Ketchikan Maritime Center in training Alaska’s maritime workforce in one of the flagship programs of the Ketchikan Campus. The successful applicant will teach courses as a primary responsibility while continuing to develop, deliver, and expand marine transportation program opportunities for students. Ketchikan is well-known for its natural beauty, for being a hub of activity in the arts, culture, and the humanities, and by its nickname as the Salmon Capital of the World.
Student Assistant B (Non-Taxable)
This position is a Student Assistant B Labor Pool at the Ketchikan Campus Library.
Student Office Assistant
The UAS Chancellor's Office is seeking a student office assistant to provide general support for office work and special events.
Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership
The Alaska College of Education at the University of Alaska Southeast (UAS), is seeking qualified applicants for a faculty position in Educational Leadership. The qualified candidate will be expected to: coordinate the two education leadership programs, teach education leadership classes; supervise education leadership students; establish and maintain relationships with public schools and state agencies; and perform college, university and community service. This is a permanent, tenure-track position with salary and rank based on experience. Desired start date is June 1, 2020. The position is located in Juneau, Alaska.
The Alaska College of Education values collaborative scholarship, and the person in this position will be expected to work with colleagues to teach graduate courses, engage in clinical supervision across the state, establish strong ties with colleagues in and across the College and University, work closely on program improvement with administrators in local school districts, and participate in Department, College, and professional service activities. The candidate will also be responsible for all accounting and reporting tied to the two programs’ accreditation. In addition, the candidate will work work with other faculty to help ensure continuing unit level accreditation.
Sitka Campus Director
The University of Alaska Southeast (UAS) is seeking applications for the position of UAS Sitka Campus Director. Sitka is a remote island community in beautiful Southeast Alaska with a small but diverse population and a rich indigenous culture. This campus is one of three that make up the regionally accredited University of Alaska Southeast. Through its extensive online programs and local classes, the Sitka campus serves students across all of Alaska and beyond, advancing its mission of student learning that is enhanced by faculty scholarship, undergraduate research and creative activities, community engagement, and the cultures and environment of Southeast Alaska. Its programs include both career and technical education and academic offerings contributing to associate and baccalaureate degrees.
This position oversees the supervision of all staff and faculty at the Sitka Campus and provides leadership in developing and implementing innovative learning and advising strategies to promote student success. The Director also provides outreach and collaboration with community partners, including employers, public entities, Native corporations, and the Sitka Tribe of Alaska. Additionally, under the direction of the UAS Provost (chief academic officer located in Juneau), the Sitka Campus Director works with UAS deans and directors to collaborate on regional academic and administrative strategies. The Director furthermore provides leadership and vision for the campus in alignment with the UAS’ mission, strategic and assessment plan, UA Board of Regents policy, and university regulations. The Director also assists in promoting philanthropic giving and alumni engagement in support of campus programs and services.
Successful applicants will have strong leadership skills, knowledge of the challenges facing students, staff, and faculty in rural and remote areas, as well as a profound commitment to improving access to higher education.
Development Officer & Annual Fund Manager
The University of Alaska Southeast Development Office is accepting internal applications for a Development Officer & Annual Fund Manager position. We are looking for a leader with a strong professional demeanor and tact. Qualified internal candidates need to possess a Bachelor’s degree in communications, marketing, public relations, business, public administration or relevant field and two years of relevant experience or an equivalent combination of training and experience. We strongly encourage women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans to apply.
The University of Alaska Southeast-Ketchikan Campus invites applications for a full-time business manager position. The successful candidate will provide administrative operations management and perform budget planning for the campus. This position is located at UAS Ketchikan Campus. UAS is committed to building a culturally diverse and inclusive organization and strongly encourages women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans to apply.
The University of Alaska Southeast is recruiting for a Lead Instructional Designer for the Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT), a regional service located on the Juneau campus. This regional position supports the growing demand by faculty for training in the concepts of instructional design and the use of educational technology.
Senior HR Business Partner
The Senior HR Business Partner (Sr. HRBP) serves as a functional expert, liaison, talent advisor, labor and employee engagement consultant and point of contact for leadership for the University of Alaska Southeast, including the Juneau, Sitka, and Ketchikan campuses. The Sr. HRBP will explore innovative opportunities to improve system-wide business results, look for opportunities to enhance the organizational culture, and facilitate issue resolution. The Sr. HRBP will proactively engage with program leadership to positively impact the campus environment by identifying resources and formulating/presenting actionable recommendations/options for leadership consideration. This position listens to leadership at each campus to ensure high-quality talent acquisition, employee transitions and benefits, labor and employee engagement, operations (accounting, HR systems, and customer service) and organizational development. UAS Juneau is located in Southeast Alaska in the cultural homeland of the Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian peoples.
PITAAS Project Facilitator
PITAAS Project Facilitator will be responsible for handling all day-to-day scholarship application tasks including responding to inquiries, processing and keeping records of applications, notifying recipients, and tracking all data related to scholarships. Duties include design and update of the PITAAS website, coordination with NRSC staff for scheduling cultural events, purchasing and travel arrangements, and special projects as assigned by the Project Director.
Testing Supervisor / IT Liaison
The UAS Juneau campus is recruiting for an individual with technology skills and a positive helpful attitude to serve as our new Testing Supervisor/IT Liaison. This position supports the growing demand for local, distance, placement and national testing in a dynamic, student-centered environment.
Adjunct Faculty - UAS Sitka Campus
The UAS Sitka Campus invites applications for adjunct faculty to teach in the upcoming 2020 year in the following content areas: Biology, English, Fisheries Technology, Physics, Welding and other GER content areas. If you possess a desire to help students succeed in reaching their goals, we encourage you to apply. Adjunct positions are on a semester-by-semester contract basis, and governed by a collective bargaining agreement. Applicants are REQUIRED to be available to work within Alaska during the semester employed. Applications will be continuously reviewed as they are submitted. Job posting will remain open.
NRSC Student Assistant
30 Jun 2020
Our Native and Rural Student Center is seeking an enthusiastic student to help promote academic success at UAS. The student position will work with the Student Equity & Multicultural Services Manager to organize, promote and facilitate events.
This is an opportunity to get involved with the campus community and improve skills and get professional experience in a fast-paced, dynamic and fun environment.
Student Assistant — Website Maintenance
30 Jun 2020
Our Creative Agency marketing area is seeking students with various communication and web management skillsets to help provide external-facing website content quality control and assistance. This is an opportunity to improve skills and get professional experience in a fast-paced, dynamic and fun environment.
Alaska Climate Adaptation Science Center Post Doctoral
The University of Alaska Southeast, School of Arts and Sciences, Natural Sciences, invites applications for a postdoctoral scholar in glaciology for a project aimed at both understanding the evolution of ice-dammed basins and assessing the short- and long-term risks of outburst floods from these basins. The project is funded by the Alaska Climate Adaptation Science Center (AK CASC: https://casc.alaska.edu/) and will build on work that has been conducted on the Mendenhall Glacier over the past few years (https://casc.alaska.edu/projects/glacier-outburst-flood-modeling).
English Adjunct Faculty - UAS Sitka Campus
The University of Alaska Southeast Sitka Campus is seeking qualified applicants to teach English courses (Wrtg111 and Wrtg 211) in the upcoming 2020 Spring semester - January 13, 2020 first day of instruction. If you possess a desire to help students succeed in reaching their goals, we encourage you to apply. Applicants must be available to work in Sitka and/or within Alaska (depending on course) during the semester employed.
Term Assistant Professor of Power Tech w/Welding emphasis
Assistant Professor of Power Tech w/Welding emphasis. This is a full-time, 9 month term position. Start date is August 10, 2020.
UAS Student Housing - Resident Advisor
UAS Student Housing is hiring Resident Advisors for the Fall 2019 - Spring 2020 academic year. A Resident Advisor (RA) is a live-in paraprofessional staff member that serves as a positive leader and peer role model within the Housing and greater campus community. This position is expected to be placed within the main housing complex. Being an RA 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 $600 meal plan per semester of employment. The review date for applications will be November 25, 2019.
Extended Temporary- Environmental Science Lab Tech AY20
Our School of Arts and Sciences Department of Natural Sciences is seeking a Research Technician for academic and some research lab set up and field work. The candidate will be assisting faculty with setting up and maintaining lab supplies for GEOL, ENVS, and PHYS courses. UAS is committed to building a culturally diverse and inclusive organization and strongly encourage women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans to apply.
Title IX & EEO Compliance Coordinator
The University of Alaska Southeast is seeking a Title IX and EEO Compliance Coordinator. Under the direction of the Chancellor, this position provides leadership, oversight and administration of the university’s equal employment and educational opportunity, civil rights compliance, and Title IX programs. The incumbent will be responsible for coordinating efforts to comply with and carry out the university's responsibilities under Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The Title IX and EEO Compliance Coordinator serves all three of the UAS campuses and is a part of a statewide Title IX team that coordinates investigations across the UA system. The Title IX Coordinator directly supervises a Deputy Coordinator in addition to overseeing additional compliance functions. This position is dedicated to the prevention of and response to discrimination against UAS students, employees and guests. UAS is committed to building a culturally diverse and inclusive organization and strongly encourages women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans to apply.