Classification:Temporary Faculty - Non-Credit non represented
Grade:Adjunct Faculty Non Credit
Work type:Adjunct Faculty, Temporary
Administrative Unit:University of Alaska Fairbanks
School/Business unit:UAF Institute of Arctic Biology
UAF Institute of Arctic Biology is looking for adjunct faculty (non-credit) instructors. Adjunct positions are on a semester-by-semester contract basis. Successful acceptance into the adjunct pool does not guarantee an offer of a contract.
*This is a pool position; successful acceptance into the pool does not guarantee review of applicant materials nor an offer of employment**
The Institute of Arctic Biology was founded in 1963 by the Board of Regents of the University of Alaska with Laurence Irving, a pioneer in the field of comparative physiology, as the founding director. The Institute continues Irving's pioneering spirit through our mission to advance basic and applied knowledge of high-latitude biological systems through the integration of research, student education and service to the nation and state of Alaska. The Institute supports faculty and post-doctoral research and graduates education in the life sciences of wildlife, physiology, genetics, and evolutionary biology, ecology and ecosystems, biomedicine, and bioinformatics and computational biology.
IAB provides and supports platforms for research in programs from ecology and ecosystems to molecular biology and genetics, including field stations, and core laboratories for geographic information systems and DNA sequencing. The Institute's Toolik Field Station is a world-renowned Arctic climate change research station located in the northern foothills of the Brooks Range. Major research programs at IAB include the Center for Alaska Native Health Research, the Alaska Geobotany Center, and the Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program. The Alaska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, administered by IAB, began in 1950 and is part of a nationwide cooperative program to promote research and graduate student training in the ecology and management of fish, wildlife and their habitats. The Institute of Arctic Biology has a proud and distinguished research history. I encourage you to look around our website and discover for yourself the tremendous contributions to science and Alaska made by our faculty members, students, and staff.
Job Duties: The incumbent will be conducting research on one or more funded projects under the guidance of/or in conjunction with the host scientist. The incumbent may act as a PI or CO-PI on funded grants.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Specific relevant experience to contribute significantly to the host scientist's project.
Experience with the use of computers and other appropriate research tools and equipment to conduct the research.
Required Education: PhD in a relevant discipline with varied levels of training and experience.
Required Experience: Varies; commensurate with graduate level or senior scientist status.
Compensation: Compensation is commensurate with experience and the type of work assigned.
The University of Alaska (UA) is responsible for providing reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities throughout the applicant screening process. If you need assistance in completing this application or during any phase of the interview process, please contact UA Human Resources by phone at 907-450-8200.
UA is an AA/EO employer and educational institution and prohibits illegal discrimination against any individual: www.alaska.edu/nondiscrimination
The successful applicant is required to complete a background check. Any offer of employment is contingent on the background check.
Your application for employment with the University of Alaska is subject to public disclosure under the Alaska Public Records Act.
If you have any questions regarding this position, please contact Abby Dunham, HR Coordinator, Institute of Arctic Biology, at email@example.com or (907) 474-7463.