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Risk Manager Anchorage
Would you like an opportunity to be part of a team responsible for further developing and managing UAA’s enterprise risk management program, processes, and procedures to fulfill the mission and strategic goals of the University? We are seeking highly motivated applicants with experience in Insurance and loss prevention who will work in the Risk Service Department at UAA. We strive to maintain a safe and healthy campus here in Anchorage and our areas of responsibility at our four community campuses every day. This position will be responsible for daily departmental needs and requests which could include development of risk and driving waivers, review of contracts, requests for insurance, will also work with UAA Protection of Minors (POM) Manager to ensure the protection of minors participating in UAA camps, activities, or programs. 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. The ability to correctly interpret and apply complex rules and regulations and maintain compliance are vital to this position.
Temporary Training Coordinator for Employment Services Anchorage
The Center for Human Development is recruiting for a part-time, temporary training coordinator to assist with teaching sections related to assessment and job development for the National Certificate in Employment Services course and grade homework assignments.
Director, Facilities Maintenance and Operations Anchorage
University of Alaska Anchorage is seeking a motivated leadership professional experienced in facilities stewardship to fill the Director of Maintenance and Operations position. The job is located in Anchorage Alaska at the largest university in the state in the largest town of the state. The position is a full-time regular benefit position starting at $90k, commensurate with experience. Benefits include: Affordable Medical, Dental and Vision care Tuition waivers for yourself and family members An Employee Assistance Program and free wellness program with financial incentives for participation State of Alaska PERS retirement plan Regular training in best practices and opportunities for professional development The position is part of a high performing team leading transformative change for the University of Alaska Anchorage. Peer positions within the facilities and campus services department include: Director of Facilities Planning and Construction, Director of Facilities Business Office, Director of Environmental Health Safety Risk and Emergency Management. To thrive in our team environment, you should be customer service oriented, have strong interpersonal communication skills, and actively support the university’s mission, vision, and aspirations. Anchorage is located in southcentral Alaska and is favored in its strong connection and ties to the land. The Anchorage campus is situated in the University-Medical District and it is located within and connected to an accessible greenbelt complete with established and informal trails for biking, hiking and/or cross-country skiing. The Director of Maintenance and Operations is responsible for over 3 million gross square feet of building infrastructure and associated campus grounds and equipment fleet. Supervisory oversight and responsibility for staffing levels for 40-50 skilled professionals.
Informatics Systems Designer Anchorage
The College of Health is seeking applications for an Informatics Systems Designer In response to the growth of the Alaska Center for Rural Health and Health Workforce and the implementation of a recharge center for the unit, this position was developed as a means to meet the demand for customized development of continuing education and professional development offerings for the healthcare workforce in Alaska.
Term Assistant Professor Physical Therapist Assistant/Academic Clinical Coordinator for PTA Anchorage
The School of Allied Health is seeking applicants for the Academic Clinical Coordinator of the Physical Therapist Assistant education program. Applicants must be a licensed physical therapist (PT) or a physical therapist assistant (PTA). The Academic Coordinator of Clinical education/faculty member will be responsible for the clinical education portion of the program, as well as teaching classes in the program and in the School of Allied Health.
Operations Manager for the Alaska Airlines Center Anchorage
The University of Alaska Anchorage, Division of Campus Services, seeks an Operations Manager (OM) to oversee and supervise operational aspects of the Alaska Airlines Center (AAC). The AAC is a stunning 196,000 square foot facility that seats up to 5,000 spectators in the main arena and is a cornerstone of UAA’s Anchorage campus. Working under the oversight of the AAC General Manager (GM), the OM is responsible for overall operation and setup of the Alaska Airlines Center. The OM coordinates and supervises venue conversions, consults with exhibit managers, promoters, facility representatives, and others concerning physical set-up needs and requirements for licensed arenas.
4-H Program Coordinator-Anchorage Anchorage
4-H program coordinator for the Anchorage area. This position is well-rounded to include program planning and administrative club support, local program marketing and statewide 4-H social media, 4-H member and volunteer recruitment. Looking for a self-motivated individual to join our dynamic Alaska statewide 4-H program. This position will also support JBER 4-H Military youth.
Director, Student Health and Counseling Center Anchorage
The University of Alaska Anchorage invites applications for the Director of the Student Health and Counseling Center. The health center offers the UAA student community a valuable service through high quality, low cost, convenient, and accessible health care essential for academic success. This Director is a key decision-maker in the operation and strategic direction of this comprehensive college healthcare program. The position includes administrative supervision of dedicated physical and mental healthcare professionals, and a Health Promotion Team. The Director also provide some direct clinical services while maintaining effective oversight of day-to-day operations for HIPAA, security, health record, billing, and scheduling responsibilities. This position collaborates across the campus units to develop effective strategies to create and maintain healthy environments through prevention and intervention of health issues. The Director also works in collaboration with the Dean of Students to develop institutional policies, procedures, and guidelines that inform the University’s response to individual health needs as well as events that impact student health on campus. Specific skills important for the Director will include experience offering college physical and mental healthcare services, coordination and provision of direct client services, engagement in data-informed decision making, and knowledge of current trends in college physical and mental healthcare services. The Director will be called upon to regularly inform university leadership on health issues that impact UAA students and the services that are necessary to support the UAA community. This position is highly rewarding and an opportunity to positively impact the success of the UAA community.
Campus Visit Coordinator Anchorage
The University of Alaska Anchorage seeks an engaging and collaborative individual to serve as the Campus Visit Coordinator within Enrollment Services. The ideal candidate is a natural collaborator who brings leadership, excitement, creativity, and a collaborative team-oriented philosophy. This position will work to plan and execute the campus visit programs to engage new and prospective students into the University of Alaska Anchorage.
Program Support Specialist Anchorage
The School of Allied Health is seeking applications for an Program Support Specialist. This recruitment is open internally to current UA employees or those otherwise eligible to apply to internal postings.
Student Assistant -ARLIS Grant Projects Anchorage
The Alaska Resources Library & Information Services (ARLIS) is the library of eight federal, state, and University resource management agencies. It co-located with the Consortium Library but separately managed. ARLIS provides a major natural and cultural resources information collection utilized by public resource management agencies, private industry, environmental groups, students, faculty, and the general public. This job offers the convenience of working on campus and the flexibility of working around your classes. PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Principal responsibilities include scanning documents and physically preparing library materials to go onto the library shelves by applying property stamps, security strips, and labels; binding and mending books and unpublished papers; and performing special maintenance for delicate and unusual materials. Other duties may include boxing, unboxing, or sorting library materials; checking for duplicates; shelving and shifting of materials using the Library of Congress call number system; putting items in date or alphabetical order; assisting in database cleanup; filing; photocopying; printing from microfiche; scanning microfiche and microfilm; discarding books tagged for withdrawal and recycling; retrieving items from shelves; and other duties as assigned. QUALIFICATIONS: The library assistant must be a University of Alaska student, enrolled and regularly attending six (6) or more credit hours and must possess a 2.0 or better cumulative grade point average (CGPA). The library assistant must be able to work 10 - 20 hours per week within the overall time frame of 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Student Assistant -ARLIS Technical Services Anchorage
The Alaska Resources Library & Information Services (ARLIS) is the library of eight federal, state, and University resource management agencies. It co-located with the Consortium Library but separately managed. ARLIS provides a major natural and cultural resources information collection utilized by public resource management agencies, private industry, environmental groups, students, faculty, and the general public. This job offers the convenience of working on campus and the flexibility of working around your classes. PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Principal responsibilities include scanning documents and physically preparing library materials to go onto the library shelves by applying property stamps, security strips, and labels; binding and mending books and unpublished papers; and performing special maintenance for delicate and unusual materials. Other duties may include boxing, unboxing, or sorting library materials; checking for duplicates; shelving and shifting of materials using the Library of Congress call number system; putting items in date or alphabetical order; assisting in database cleanup; filing; photocopying; printing from microfiche; scanning microfiche and microfilm; discarding books tagged for withdrawal and recycling; retrieving items from shelves; and other duties as assigned.The library assistant must be a University of Alaska student, enrolled and regularly attending six (6) or more credit hours and must possess a 2.0 or better cumulative grade point average (CGPA). The library assistant must be able to work 10 - 20 hours per week within the overall time frame of 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Temporary Reference Librarian Anchorage
The Consortium Library, University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) is recruiting part-time reference librarians to cover a mix of evening, weekend, and weekday reference desk shifts. The Consortium Library serves students, staff, and faculty of UAA and Alaska Pacific University, as well as members of the local community. Research services are provided in-person and via chat/text, email, Zoom, and phone. Part-time reference librarians play an important role in our Instruction and Research program by providing reference desk coverage and working on department projects. Professional training and development opportunities will be provided as needed. This is a part-time, casual temporary staff assignment. Temporary librarians work up to 14 hours per week depending on department needs and candidate availability, and work under minimal supervision. There are no benefits associated with this position. The Consortium Library promotes diversity, civility, equity, inclusion, and an appreciation for each unique member of our academic community. UAA encourages applications from candidates who are particularly excited about opportunities to support higher education in Southcentral Alaska.
Temporary Library Reference Professional Anchorage
The Consortium Library, University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) is recruiting part-time reference professionals to cover a mix of evening, weekend, and weekday reference desk shifts. The Consortium Library serves students, staff, and faculty of UAA and Alaska Pacific University, as well as members of the local community. Research services are provided in-person and via chat/text, email, Zoom, and phone. Part-time reference professionals play an important role in our Instruction and Research program by providing reference desk coverage and assisting librarians with projects. Professional training and development opportunities will be provided as needed. This is a part-time, casual temporary staff assignment. Temporary professionals work up to 14 hours per week, depending on department needs and candidate availability, and work under minimal supervision. There are no benefits associated with this position. The Consortium Library promotes diversity, civility, equity, inclusion, and an appreciation for each unique member of our academic community. UAA encourages applications from candidates who are particularly excited about opportunities to support higher education in Southcentral Alaska.
Billing Specialist Anchorage
The UAA Office of the Bursar is seeking a tech-savvy, detailed-oriented individual to join our hard working, fun loving team. We serve the university community by managing student billing and are the central collection point for all university receipts. The Billing Specialist serves as an expert resource to donors, external agencies, students, and other members of the university community in invoicing agencies for authorized student account charges.
Emergency Manager Anchorage
Assists in providing for the safety and resilience of the UAA community through the development and implementation of emergency preparedness processes and programs at the Anchorage campus and associated community campuses. Facilitates the development and maintenance of the UAA Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) to mitigate, prepare, respond, and recover from the impact of significant natural or human-caused catastrophic events. Responsible for the development and implementation of standardized UAA Emergency Action Plans and Pandemic Preparedness Plan in cooperation with UA Risk Services. Ensures UAA's business continuity and emergency response and recovery plans are in concert with local, state, and federal mandates. Practices and improves on plans through a range of exercises with stakeholders using Federally recognized protocols.
Assistant Director of Aircraft Maintenance Anchorage
The UAA, Aviation Technology Division is seeking a qualified Assistant Director of Aircraft Maintenance to support the maintenance section of its FAR Part 141 Flight Training School. This recruitment is open internally to current UA employees or those otherwise eligible to apply to internal postings.
Accounts Receivable Lead Anchorage
The UAA Office of the Bursar invites applications for the role of Accounts Receivable Lead. We are seeking a friendly, experienced trainer with cash management skills to join our team. The Office of the Bursar serves the university community by managing student billing and is the central collection point for all university receipts. The Accounts Receivable Lead provides payment process guidance to students and the university community ensuring accuracy and quality customer service.
School of Allied Health Temporary Assistant Anchorage
The Speech-Language Pathology program within the School of Allied Health is seeking applications for a Student Assistant to assist for a summer grant clinical project. The student will work approximately 30 hours per week from May through July 15th.
Postdoctoral Fellow - Metabolomics Anchorage
The Department of Chemistry at the University of Alaska Anchorage invites applications for a postdoctoral research scientist position starting as early as July 2022. UAA Chemistry seeks candidates whose professional interests include pursuit of excellence in research, specifically in the area of metabolomics. This is a 12-month, term-funded, full time appointment with a start date as early as July 2022, with opportunity for renewal depending on fund availability. Salary is commensurate with experience. Our department serves an energetic Anchorage campus of 18,000 students and is located in a diverse and stunningly beautiful city. The salary and benefits are competitive and southcentral Alaska offers spectacular year round outdoor recreation.

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