Police Officer 1
27 Feb 2020
The University of Alaska Fairbanks is looking for qualified applicants to join our team as a Police Officer recruit. We welcome former military law enforcement, VPSOs, or individuals with prior law enforcement or community policing experience. A strong desire to serve the UAF Community is the primary focus of our recruitment. Applicants must be of good moral character, free of cultural and ethnic bias. Personal conduct should be above reproach. Successful candidates will enjoy working with a close knit team dedicated to protecting the University of Alaska Fairbanks Campus and working with local law enforcement agencies and the Alaska State Troopers on a regular basis.
Temporary NRC Program Assistant
The National Resource Center for Alaska Native Elders is seeking a temporary, part-time Program Assistant to work on an Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority-funded project for them Spring 2020 semester.
Institute of Social and Economic Research Assistant in Public Policy
30 May 2020
The Institute of Social and Economic Research is seeking a graduate research student to work with an interdisciplinary team of researchers to understand how Alaskans living in the urban parts of the state and residents of Whitehorse, Canada, respond to multiple hazards related to a changing climate. The major goal of this project is to assist communities in assessing and managing multiple urban environmental hazards related to climate change. The research student will be responsible for developing advanced surveys for eliciting preferences and trade-offs from households in Anchorage, Fairbanks, and Whitehorse, YT, Canada, manage data collection, analyze survey data, and conduct data management and archiving. The student will also be part of an interdisciplinary research team through an NSF funded project entitled: NNA Track 1: Collaborative Research: Arctic Urban Risks and Adaptations (AURA): a co-production framework for addressing multiple changing environmental hazards.
Travel / Fiscal Technician
The Institute of Social and Economic Research (ISER) at the University of Alaska Anchorage is seeking applications for a Fiscal Technician.
Student Media Graduate Assistant
30 Jun 2020
The University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) department of Student Life and Leadership (SLL) seeks a motivated and dynamic individual to serve as its Student Media Graduate Assistant (GA) for Spring 2020. This GA position provides critical support to the day-to-day operations and fiscal management of UAA’s student media organizations, KRUA 88.1FM The Edge, and The Northern Light newspaper. This position is responsible for handling student media financial management including, purchasing, account, and budget forecasting alongside student media leadership. As needed, the position supports the coordination and facilitation of the UAA Media Board meeting. The position reports to the Associate Director of Student Life & Leadership.
This position is 20 hours/week and starts at $17.54/hour; in addition to hourly wages, the Student Media GA receives health insurance and tuition remission by the University.
Director of Facilities, Planning & Construction
UAA is seeking internal UA applicants for the Director of Facilities Planning and Construction (FP&C).
Rural Student Services Advisor
Rural Student Services is seeking a comprehensive advisor, please apply!!
Military Tuition Assistance Specialist
Come join our Military & Veteran Services team to support our active duty students access their education through UAF which Backpacker Magazine named as the #1 outdoor college in 2016 and Times Higher Education ranked as #10 among the world’s best small universities in 2018. This new position is crucial for our military and veteran-friendly institution, in a state with more veterans per capita than any other. Help students start their next adventure at UAF. We are seeking an exceptional candidate to add to our exceptional team.
Military and Veteran Outreach and Engagement Coordinator
30 Jun 2020
Come join our Military & Veteran Services team at UAF which Backpacker Magazine named as the #1 outdoor college in 2016 and Times Higher Education ranked as #10 among the world’s best small universities in 2018. This new position is crucial for our military and veteran-friendly institution, in a state with more veterans per capita than any other. Help students start their next adventure at UAF. We are seeking an exceptional candidate to add to our exceptional team.
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.
Student Assistant C - Housing
This position is a Student Assistant C position at the University of Alaska Anchorage.
Operations and Fiscal Coordinator
University Housing, Dining, & Conference Services is recruiting for an Operations and Fiscal Coordinator.
Assistant/Associate Professor of Anthropology
UAA's Kenai Peninsula College invites applications for a tenure-track Tripartite Assistant/Associate Professor of Anthropology position at its Kenai River Campus beginning in August 2020.
IT Student Assistant
Information Technology Services (ITS) has put together a program to give Student workers an opportunity to experience real-life IT Service Center scenarios. This program will give students the knowledge and experience of working in an IT Call Center, as well as working on a Desktop/Laptop and Audio/Visual Team. Students will be dedicated to one of these teams for a semester, and will then rotate to a new team each semester following. Upon completion, students will be able to market themselves in each of these 3 different IT areas, as they will learn both technical and customer service skills and have many different experiences to share with a future employer.
If you are looking for a part time job that will provide you with exciting new challenges, opportunities for professional growth and development, and provide a great start to a career in Information Technology, then this new program is for you!
Student Assistant C - UHDCS Resource Assistant
Housing Resource Assistants (HRAs) promote the mission of University Housing, Dining, & Conference Services (UHDCS) in several key ways: by assisting and supporting residential students and other community members who have a variety of needs, questions, and issues; by promoting an ethos of belonging and engagement on UAA’s residential campus; and by supporting the many aspects of Conference and Dining Services at UAA.
The UA Foundation seeks an individual to serve as Gift Coordinator. This position will assist the five-person Fund & Gift Services team that is located in Anchorage and Fairbanks. This team process all campuses’ daily donations. The number of donations per week can range from 300-600 per location, depending on the time of year.
In addition to depositing and processing donations, this position also works with departments on proper donation acceptance methods, preparation and processing of fundraising event proceeds, data entry, and assists in coverage for the office to ensure it is staffed for donation acceptance. Additionally, this position assists in the occasional pick up of gifts at the local Development office. The successful candidate must have access to a vehicle, a valid driver's license, and have the ability to run errands within city limits.
Student Affairs HR Coordinator
This position is in the main business office of the Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs serving 15 units to include the offices of; Admissions, Registrar, DMVS, ASUAF, Athletics, Center for Student Rights and Responsibilities, Development/Alumni, Dining Services, Disability Services, Financial Aid, University Relations, Nanook Recreation, Residence Life, Student Health & Counseling, and Center for Student Engagement. A higher level of HR support in the department is necessary for daily efficiencies. Support in the department at this level not only aides the Vice Chancellor and Executive Officer in reporting, but this position addresses and resolves higher level HR issues with support of Executive Officer, before they escalate to reach a level that requires UAF HR involvement. This position requires experience handling sensitive and confidential situations and documents appropriately. All aspects of the position deal with confidential information: salary, assignments, performance evaluations, probation, promotions, demotions, disciplinary actions, legal actions, retirement, etc. The SA staff and students rely on proper professional communication as part of the overall service provided by this position. This position must be able to work independently and make necessary independent decisions within areas of responsibility.
Temporary Research Professional
The Center for Human Development (CHD) is accepting applications for two Research Professional positions. Research professionals work as part of CHD’s research and evaluation team to complete project objectives. Requirements include the ability to organize, plan, and design research and evaluation activities; analyze and synthesize results; and write project reports.
Director of Environmental Health & Safety and Risk Management
The University of Alaska Fairbanks, Administrative Services, is seeking a Director for the Environmental Health, Safety and Risk Management department. This position is responsible for interacting with all UAF colleges and departments on risk, occupational and environmental health and safety issues. The Director will develop and administer the department's operational budget and compliance programs related to occupational and environmental health. The Director will collaborate to develop and administer policy and practices related to safety training programs, including accurate and efficient reporting of employee required training. The Director represents UAF before federal, state, and local regulatory authorities when necessary to protect the university's interests in matters of occupational safety, health, and environmental compliance in a higher education context. It is our goal to facilitate the compliance effort while maximizing the programmatic needs of each college and university department, contribute to safe student life, protection of minors, and the research mission of the institution.