Maintenance, Equipment Support & Fabrication Technician (MEF)
Toolik Field Station (TFS), a remote field camp located at 284.5 Dalton Highway, is seeking a motivated candidate to work as a MEF Technician.
This position is based at TFS, typically on a 2-4 week on-site and two week off-duty rotation. Transportation between Fairbanks and TFS is provided for on-site shifts.
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SBO Grants Senior Fiscal Manager
Signers' Business Office is looking for a dynamic and experienced individual to fill the position of Grants Senior Fiscal Manager. The ideal candidate will have strong communication skills and be team oriented while also successful at working independently. If you have these skills, please consider joining the Signers' Business Office.
Senior, Associate Athletics Director for External Relations
The position will work with the Director of Marketing, Sponsorships, & Fan Engagement to create sponsorship packages and develop partnerships with corporations and organizations. This includes identifying potential sponsors, soliciting sponsorships, and executing of sponsorship agreements. This position is responsible for the execution of marketing efforts and promotions on game day. This person will also work with the Sports Information Director to develop new strategies for digital and social communication. This position will assist in the creation of new media marketing, digital media advertising, fundraising strategies, promotions, and sponsorship development and fulfillment for UAF Athletics.
Athletic Trainer, Division 1 Hockey
The Department of Athletics at the University of Alaska Fairbanks is seeking applicants to fill the position of Assistant Athletic Trainer. The Alaska Nanook athletic program is a multidivisional member of the NCAA, with 10 teams competing at the Division I and Division II levels. This is a 10-month position located on the UAF campus.
Academic Advisor (Northwest Coast Arts)
The University of Alaska Southeast Sitka Campus is seeking a dynamic individual to join our advising team. The successful individual will possess knowledge and experience typical to an advising role: student coaching, student support experience, knowledge of degree paths and programs, experience working with or referring students to specialized student services, career coaching, and other appropriate student services knowledge and experience. Duties also include developing and implementing promotion and outreach efforts to expand awareness of and enrollment in current and future General degree programs including Northwest Coast Arts emphasis.
Geospatial Data Analyst
The Geographic Information Network of Alaska (GINA) within the Geophysical Institute seeks a geospatial analyst to support our near real-time satellite remote sensing operations. GINA serves products via public data portals to serve the forecasting and research needs of scientific users across Alaska; we are looking for a team member to assist with robust delivery of these products, accompanied by innovative visualizations. This position also includes the opportunity to support research projects that analyze historical remote sensing data with application to environmental change and natural resource management. The successful candidate will perform geospatial scientific data analysis using GIS tools and Python, increase the visibility and impact of our data products through GINA data portals, directly collaborate with our operations and research partners, and have the opportunity to present GINA’s projects at conferences and seminars. GINA has a flexible office environment and collaborates with multiple groups at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.
Associate Director of Medical Services
The University of Alaska Fairbanks Student Health and Counseling Center is seeking a Family Practice Physician to provide health services to UAF students. The Center provides medical, counseling and health education services to the UAF student body. Physicians provide comprehensive, ambulatory health care and health education for university students as a part of the medical staff. They serve as consultants to university stakeholders regarding the campus' health and safety as related to medical and physical health considerations. This is a full time benefited position during the academic year (nine months from mid-August to mid-May). Options for a benefited summer contract are available. The applicant must have the ability to work independently as well as with a healthcare team.
GDNP UARC Financial and Contract Project Manager
We are recruiting for two Administrative Professionals to perform Project Management for the UAF Geophysical Detection of Nuclear Proliferation (GDNP) University Affiliated Research Center (UARC). If you have extensive DOD contract execution and project management experience this is a great opportunity to join our growing department. This position is funded with a blend of several current and soon to be contracts. You will have the chance to work directly with researchers, staff, and Defense Agency Program Managers. This position will primarily work at the Geophysical Institute, which is located at University of Alaska Fairbanks campus in Fairbanks, Alaska.
***US CITIZENSHIP IS REQUIRED FOR THIS POSITION. TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS POSITION, PLEASE LIST YOUR CURRENT CITIZENSHIP STATUS IN EITHER YOUR COVER LETTER OR RESUME***
Director of School of Education
The School of Education at the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) is seeking a dynamic individual to serve as the Director to provide leadership with our innovative programs. We deliver standards-based programs through campus-based, distance delivery, partnerships, and other models. This position will begin in spring of 2022 or as negotiated.
The University of Alaska Anchorage is part of the University of Alaska (UA), a system of major comprehensive universities and community colleges.
Anchorage, with an ethnically diverse population of nearly 300,000, offers a lively intellectual and cultural life, including opera, symphony, theatre, art events, and varied restaurants, recreational and shopping venues. Set between snow-capped peaks of the Chugach Mountains and the ocean waters of Cook Inlet, the city offers ready access to state and national forests and parks, year-round outdoor recreation, and unsurpassed natural beauty.
Marketing and Communications Coordinator
UAF's College of Rural and Community Development is seeking a progressive-minded Marketing and Publications Coordinator to be part of our education and workforce development team. This position is a vital member of the CRCD staff and serves as an expert in communications, marketing, and media relations and
as the primary point of contact for CRCD marketing, publications, website, and social media.
1 Oct 2021
Mat-Su College invites applications for the role of Administrative Coordinator within Administrative Services. We seek a highly motivated and organized individual who enjoys working in a fun and fast-paced environment. The successful candidate will have excellent oral and written communication skills, the ability to handle multiple priorities and deadlines, a willingness to learn, and the drive to improve processes or create efficiencies. This position provides personnel, payroll and recruitment services along with travel coordination for faculty and staff and day-to-day support to Administrative Services department.
Career Services Assistant
14 Dec 2021
UAA Career Services is seeking an enthusiastic, friendly, and positive individual to work 15 hours a week, providing a welcoming environment and promote engagement with the department. The Assistant will serve as the first point of contact for the office, and will be responsible for providing high-quality customer service to students, alumni, employers, staff, and faculty.
What makes this job special? In addition to gaining great professional experience through the duties of this role, you’ll also be working closely with professional staff who are directly invested in your career development and preparedness!
UAA - Graduate Assistant Teaching/Research - Biological Sciences
30 Jun 2022
Graduate students in TA or RA positions assist faculty in teaching or research, respectively, in the Department of Biological Sciences. They interact closely with the department Director and faculty members for whose course they are assigned TA duties, or faculty members in whose research programs they are assigned RA duties.
UAA Graduate Assistant Teaching/Research - Geological Sciences
30 Jun 2022
Graduate students in TA or RA positions assist faculty in teaching or research, respectively, in the Department of Geological Sciences. They interact closely with the department Director and faculty members for whose course they are assigned TA duties, or faculty members in whose research programs they are assigned RA duties.
First Year Advising Student Assistant
30 Jun 2022
The Office of First Year Student Advising & Success (FYASA) is seeking applicants for the position of First Year Advising Student Assistant to aid students in completing priority onboarding items, connecting them to academic advisors, and working with the director to logistically and creatively support student success initiatives.
The UAF Travel Customer Service Office is a diverse and dynamic team whose mission is to deliver exceptional customer service, support and training; provide timely reimbursement processing; and ensure compliance with UA policy, IRS and sponsor regulations. The Travel Coordinator performs a critical support role in the administration of UAF travel. We are looking for a highly motivated and organized individual who enjoys working in a fun and fast-paced office environment. The successful candidate will have excellent oral and written communication skills, the ability to handle multiple priorities and deadlines, a willingness to learn, and the drive to improve processes or create efficiencies in order to best support the needs and goals of UAF travelers and administrators. This position reports to the TCSO Travel Manager.
31 Jul 2022
The University of Alaska Fairbanks-Cooperative Extension Service Anchorage Outreach Center is
seeking a person with the ability to provide administrative and outreach support assistance. This
person must work well with the public and have excellent organizational and communication (oral and written) skills since the position involves interpersonal public relations. Knowledge of office systems protocol and procedures since position provides administrative support which includes clerical skills. Computer experience including spreadsheets, word processing, peripheral equipment and internet/email knowledge, operation of various types of office equipment, including 10-key calculator, fax machine, photocopiers. Must possess a high level of accountability and discretion as this person will be working independently at times.
Administrative Manager, CTC Dean's Office
UAF Community and Technical College is seeking a highly motivated and energetic individual to serve as Operations Manager/Executive Assistant to the Dean. The successful candidate must have excellent problem solving skills, excel in analytical thinking and technical writing, listening and oral communication, possess discretion and sound judgement. In-depth knowledge of two different union contracts as well as the Board of Regents policies and University of Alaska regulations and how to apply them is a must. Do you think you're the person we're looking for, if so, please apply before October 4, 2021 to be considered in the first review of applicants!
30 Jun 2022
Seeking an administrative assistant for the Copper Basin Extension Center of Prince William Sound College. Friendly, articulate office coverage, making flyers/publicity, updating a bulletin board and signage, answering the phone, taking detailed messages, responding to questions, facebook, collating and sending out mailings, checking the P.O. etc..
UAA College of Engineering Civil Engineering Post-Doctoral Research Associate
This position will work on a project entitled “Comparison of the Seismic Reliability of Structures in Jurisdictions with and without Building Code Enforcement". The goal is to investigate the seismic response of buildings with design flaws or construction errors, which are likely more common outside the building-code enforcement zone. The project will involve full-scale seismic testing of wood shear-wall structures in a laboratory setting, development of the resulting fragility curves and associated probabilistic risk analysis, interviewing and interacting with the local building community about their inspections after the 7.0 Magnitude earthquake in November 2018 and planning educational seminars for contractors and design professionals.