UAA Residence Life Student Live-in Spring 2020 Labor Pool
24 Jan 2020
This is a Student Assistant A Labor Pool at UAA, recruiting for potential openings for Spring 2020.
Fiscal Technician - UAA General Support Services
UAA General Support Services is accepting applications for a Fiscal Technician 2. This is a great opportunity to join a dynamic team.
2019/20 Student Facilities Maintenance
30 Jun 2020
Kenai Peninsula College (KPC) is recruiting for a Student Facilities Maintenance position.
Assistant Professor - Mineral Resources/Petrology/Volcanology
The Department of Geological Sciences at the University of Alaska Anchorage (www.uaa.alaska.edu/geology/) seeks to hire a tenure-track faculty member at the assistant professor rank in the fields of mineral resources, petrology, or volcanology, with a start date of August 2020. We aim to expand and complement existing areas of research expertise in the Department which include geochemistry, structural geology, stratigraphy, petroleum geology, geophysics, hydrogeology, paleoclimatology, and planetary geology. The successful candidate is expected to teach undergraduate and graduate courses to a diverse student body in the B.S. and M.S. programs in geological sciences.
College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences Fiscal Manager
Have you wanted to be a part of R/V SIKULIAQ operations but without seasickness and long days away from friends and family? Are you ready for a challenge and have a strong background in finance and accounting? Do you want to be a part of a college that has developed a strong history of regional and world-class research and excellent undergraduate and graduate education? Apply today to the College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences for the position of Fiscal Manager.
Spring 2020 NDAC Student Assistant
9 May 2020
As a Student Assistant, you will be responsible for working closely with students, staff, faculty and community members in creating and maintaining an atmosphere that promotes respectful dialogue around topics such as diversity, inclusion, prevention (alcohol/drug misuse, suicide, and power-based violence) and wellness.
Donor Relations Officer
UAF Development and Alumni Relations (DAR) seeks to increase philanthropic support and build long-term relationships between donors and the university, engaging donors throughout their lives. The Donor Relations Officer provides administrative and programmatic support to the DAR team, with heavy emphasis on support of stewardship and development efforts. This individual will work in close coordination with the Alumni Relations Coordinator, campus colleagues, and the UA Foundation in areas of donor relationship management. The ideal candidate must be extremely detail-oriented, able to handle confidential material discretely and responsibly, and interact professionally with a wide spectrum of individuals at various leadership levels.
BBC Front Office Supervisor
Based in Dillingham, AK, this position is the front office supervisor. Responsibilities include managing part-time office staff and providing general support to faculty, staff, and students. Provide direct assistance to the director, coordinate and support special events such as graduation and campus council meetings, and market classes/programs online and in print. Coordinate facility use and exam proctoring. Make deposits and financial reports. Requires knowledge of UA regulations and guidelines.
30 Jun 2020
Do you enjoy working with students in a collaborative relationship to help foster and support student success? The University of Alaska, Fairbanks, College of Natural Science & Mathematics, is seeking an Advising Coordinator. The CNSM Advising Coordinator is a critical member of the academic team and is important to student success.
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.
Career Services Student Employee
30 Jun 2020
DO you like doing THINGS… REAL THINGS?! Then look no further! Career Services is looking for a dynamic student interested in doing REAL THINGS like event planning, interacting with local and national employers, marketing and other stuff too! If you want to add meaningful experience to your resume and work in a fast paced office, we want YOU!
Are you a tech-savvy, goal-oriented person? This position resides in the University of Alaska Data Strategy and Institutional Research Office. This office is key providing decision-makers the information they need to promote and support decisions that meet requirements and improve success on behalf of the University of Alaska.
Office of the Registrar - Student Assistant C
The Office of the Registrar is looking a for a student to help customers at our front counter.
Network Administrator Assistant
14 Feb 2020
Kodiak College is accepting applications for a Network Administrator Assistant. This is a great opportunity to work and live in beautiful Kodiak, Alaska.
Accounts Payable/Travel Manager
14 Feb 2020
UAA's Accounting Services is recruiting for the position of Accounts Payable / Travel Manager. This is a great opportunity to work with a dynamic, dedicated team.
Library Technician 1
31 Jan 2020
Recruiting for a Circulation Technician position providing desk support at the Consortium Library on the UAA campus.
University of Alaska Fairbanks is seeking a dynamic leader for the UAF Police Department with a proven record of community policing. This position plans, directs, and integrates all activities of the Police Department to protect life and property through law enforcement and crime prevention activities to promote a safe and secure environment for students and the University of Alaska Fairbanks community.
The Chief is responsible for the full scope of law enforcement operations on campus, including compliance with Clery Act, FERPA, and Title IX requirements. The position requires extensive experience in police work including practices of modern crime prevention, community policing concepts, investigation, criminal identification, apprehension, rules of evidence, traffic control and safety, campus and community event support, transfer of individuals, record keeping, emergency dispatch services and all other aspects of law enforcement in an Alaskan environment. This position works in collaboration with campus leaders to ensure application to higher education with a focus on student safety, health, wellness, and respect for diversity.
The position provides strategic direction by setting goals, estimating operating budget requirements for staff and equipment planning, and special projects to meet safety goals of campus. The Chief is responsible for a comprehensive staff of up to 12 sworn officers and dispatchers and 10 student community service officers and oversees a budget of approximately $1.75 million.
The candidate must meet minimum standards for Police Chief per the Alaska Police Standards Council as well as the requirements of the UAF Police Department job description. An advanced certification under Alaska Police Standards or equivalent is required. Applicants must successfully complete a background investigation, polygraph, medical and psychological examination.
College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences HR Coordinator
If you would like to be a part of an organization that has a strong history of regional and world-class research, excellent graduate education, and outstanding service to the State and the Nation, then the College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences is the place for you. Currently we are accepting applications for a Human Resources Coordinator. Consistent with our peer academic units, CFOS offers a supportive work environment where success is shared and challenges are embraced as a team.
Vice Chancellor for Rural, Community and Native Education
The University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) is the nation's northernmost Land, Sea and Space Grant university and is a student-centered international research center, advancing and disseminating knowledge through teaching, research and public service with an emphasis on Alaska, the circumpolar North, and their diverse peoples. Founded in 1917 UAF provides a full range of higher education programs from certificate to Ph.D. to about 10,000 students, about 1400 of whom live in on-campus housing. UAF has campuses in Fairbanks, Dillingham, Bethel, Nome, and Kotzebue and learning, research, and extension centers across the state. Reporting directly to the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) Chancellor, the Vice-Chancellor for Rural, Community, and Native Education (RCNE) provides leadership and direction for all aspects of education, workforce development and embrace UAF's unique mission of commitment to Alaska Native peoples.
Academic Advisor I
31 Jan 2020
Do you enjoy working one-on-one with students in a collaborative relationship to help foster and support student success? Academic advisors focus on a student-centered approach that enriches student learning and development in preparation for success during their academic career and beyond.
The UAF Academic Advising Center (AAC), a unit of the Division of General Studies, is recruiting a full-time 9-month non-exempt position Academic Advisor. The Academic Advisor is supervised by the AAC Director. The AAC serves General Studies (undeclared), Pre-Major (Bachelor-Intended), Interdisciplinary students, and declared students exploring other majors and career options. The AAC also serves student-athletes, students exploring graduate and professional schools, as well as students who are non-degree seeking or academically disqualified.
Using established guidelines, the Academic Advisor works with students to develop relevant, meaningful, and timely education plans. This entry-level academic advising position is at the front line of working with students and must be able to answer inquiries from students, staff, faculty, and the public concerning academic advising and student success. Strict confidentiality of student academic and employment information and adherence to FERPA regulations is required. The Academic Advisor aids and assists students by acting as an information specialist, and must be able to adapt to changing conditions and learn new and revised policies and procedures quickly.
In addition to advising students, the Academic Advisor may be required to present student success workshops on a variety of topics related to study skills and university navigation. The Academic Advisor also provides guidance on grade appeals, financial aid appeals, academic petitions, and transfer credit policies. Professional development is encouraged and supported at the AAC.