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Information Systems Auditor Fairbanks
Internally, the IS auditor deals directly with all levels of management in the university. The incumbent works with the audit staff, managers and senior officers of the universities and System Office, especially with information systems. The incumbent must maintain a good working knowledge of the information systems developments at the university. Consideration should be given to attending IS steering committee meetings. Externally, the IS auditor maintains close relationships with the ISACA organization in order to keep abreast of trends and developments in the IS auditing profession. He/she has regular dealings with managers and partners of the university’s external auditors to obtain material including information that should be disseminated to the audit staff and management of the university. He/she maintains contact with audit software vendors to stay abreast of development in the field.
Extension Outreach Generalist Kodiak
Extension Service Outreach staff are community-based professionals of the University of Alaska Fairbanks Cooperative Extension Service. They are a link between the land grant University research and Alaska residents by creating learning opportunities that address local needs. This position leads, manages and stewards the full range of programing areas including Agriculture and Natural Resources; Home, Health and Family Development; and the 4-H Youth Development programming on Kodiak. This position works collaboratively with youth, volunteers, community partners, and University faculty/staff to serve the needs of the citizens. Extension Outreach Generalists ensure program quality, growth, retention, and impact in the communities they serve. They also: Build relationships with youth, parents, volunteers, partners and stakeholders Recruit, train, supervise and support volunteers Plan, manage, deliver, and evaluate educational programs and events Manage and coordinate the Positive Youth Development 4-H Program Develop outreach and educational materials Teach and provide information to youth, volunteers, and community youth workers Promote and market Cooperative Extension programs Provide financial guidance to clubs Ensure policies and expected procedures are communicated and followed.
Advising Desk Peer Soldotna
The Kenai Peninsula College (KPC) in Soldotna, Alaska is looking for an exceptional individual to fill the Advising Desk Peer Position.  The successful candidate will need the experience and knowledge necessary to work well with students and explain processes related to advising clearly, using accurate information. This is a Student Level 1 position, starting at $11.19/hour.
School of Education - Administrative Assistant Anchorage
The School of Education at the University of Alaska Anchorage invites applications for an administrative assistant position. This position will provide administrative support to the Office of Professional and Continuing Education, the Coordinator of Professional Programs, and other team members and partners. This position will serve as an integral member of the PACE Shared Leadership team and will provide curriculum support, responsive service and communicate with partner organizations.
CAS Dean's Office Administrative Assistant Anchorage
The College of Arts and Sciences is looking for a team-oriented individual to join the Dean’s Office. This position provides administrative support for the Sr. Operations Manager, Dean and Associate Deans. This position is located on the Anchorage campus and will be primarily onsite with some opportunities for occasional remote work with supervisor approval. UAA provides excellent benefits that include 12 paid holidays per year plus generous paid time off; tuition waivers for yourself and family members; affordable insurance coverage; State of Alaska PERS retirement plan; and employee assistance program and a free wellness program with financial incentives for participation.
Collaboration and Learning Spaces Support Technician Fairbanks
UAF Nanook Technology Services is looking to expand our Collaboration and Learning Spaces (CLS) Team. CLS manages smart classrooms, lecture capture, digital signage, and web conferencing. This position is entry level and would provide Tier 1 support and resolve significant problems across UAF campuses. Two positions are being hired for.
Human Resources Coordinator Anchorage, Fairbanks
We are seeking a customer service oriented HR Coordinator to join UA HR’s Customer Service Team. This position supports the UA System Office by providing a wide variety of HR services to employees at every level of the organization. If you thrive working in a team environment, have outstanding communication skills, and enjoy problem-solving, this position might be for you! The preferred location for this position is Fairbanks, although Anchorage applicants will be considered.
Student Assistant - Student Activities and Orientation Office Fairbanks
The UAF Student Activities Office is looking for an energetic and creative student to assist in planning and implementing fun and exciting activities for other UAF students. The Student Activities Office exists to enhance the experience of students at University of Alaska Fairbanks. We do this by giving them the opportunity to have fun outside the classroom, challenge them to try something new, and grow through new experiences and meeting new people. We are supportive of the university and its mission, while striving to give voice and strength to the students. Community is built on shared experiences and growth, and we can provide opportunities for both here on campus. SAO puts on events and programs that students want to attend. But our programs should always serve a purpose. That purpose could be to allow students time to discover new interests, such as at an Open Mic Night, or it could be for them to learn about climate change, such as through a recycled art night. Find what you and other students are passionate about and run with it!
Fiscal Logistics Coordinator Fairbanks
Want to work in a fun department with a variety of fiscal and logistics duties? Then K-12 Outreach has a job for you! We are searching for a fiscal/logistics coordinator to round out our team. The position will provide a variety of fiscal related services to program managers, school districts, funding agencies and staff. Come join our team.
Director, Institute of Arctic Biology Fairbanks
The Institute of Arctic Biology (IAB; founded in 1963) at the University of Alaska Fairbanks invites applications for Institute Director. The Institute Director supervises approximately 45 faculty, many of whom hold joint appointments with the College of Natural Science and Mathematics, and 10 research faculty. Additionally, the director oversees the administration of research support for approximately 70 graduate students. The Director provides leadership and guidance of research groups within IAB, advocacy and program development for the institute, and administrative management and oversight of IAB budget and personnel. Research within the IAB includes life sciences of wildlife, physiology, genetics and evolutionary biology, ecology and ecosystems, biomedicine, and bioinformatics and computational biology. IAB is a global leader in high latitude research, and the location of the institute provides strategic advantage for cutting edge research. In addition, IAB is home to the Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program, the Center for Alaska Native Health Research, the Center for Transformative Research in Metabolism, the Toolik Field Station, and the USGS Alaska cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, as well as an array of individual investigator-driven research. External funding to the Institute exceeds $20M annually, and is supported by both federal and state agencies such as NSF, NIH, USGS, NASA, and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.
AASC Fiscal Manager - UAA Student Position Anchorage
Recreational Sports/Avis Alaska Sports Complex is currently recruiting for a Student Fiscal Manager to support the operations of the Recreational Sports. They must be detail-oriented, reliable and confidential, and carry out tasks without close supervision. This student staff position is 5-10 hours/week and starts at $12.77/hour.
Project Coordinator Fairbanks
Are you a dependable, hard worker, who is interested in serving the needs of Alaska learners, especially those in rural Alaska communities? Do you have a particular interest in supporting science education outreach activities across Alaska? Are you interested in a job that connects you with scientists performing cutting-edge research across Alaska, or with in-service educators teaching in remote classrooms? Do you like a job that offers variety from day to day? Do you have a collection of random skills and you’re looking for a good place to put them to work? This is the place for you! Join the team bringing current science content into Alaska’s K-12 classrooms as the Project Coordinator for the Geophysical Institute’s Education Outreach Team. This team works with Alaska Native partners to create Alaska-based videos, lessons, and other learning tools. The Project Coordinator provides administrative and logistical support to the team and joins in staffing outreach events. Rural travel is involved. *YOU MUST BE A US CITIZEN AND PROVIDE THIS CONFIRMATION IN YOUR RESUME OR COVER LETTER.
Program Coordinator Fairbanks
Love working with students and planning events? Then the Graduate School has a job for you! We are searching for a Program Coordinator to plan essential events, e.g. New Graduate Student Orientation and Commencement, as well as workshops, seminars, and social events for approximately 1000 graduate students spread throughout the State and world. As a Program Coordinator, you must be able to work in a collaborative and diverse team environment.
Event Support Assistant - UAA Performing and Fine Arts Anchorage
The College of Arts & Sciences - Division of Performing & Fine Arts is recruiting for student workers to provide support as Event Support Assistants during the academic year. These positions will work on campus on an as needed basis during the fall and spring semesters mostly in the evening and on weekends. Event Support Assistants are responsible for ensuring that events within the Fine Arts Building operate smoothly both in front of house and behind the scenes.
Administrative Assistant and Information Officer - Division of General Studies Fairbanks
The Office of the Vice Provost is seeking an Administrative Assistant and Information Officer. This position supports the Offices of the Provost and Vice Provost, which includes support of all units within the Division of General Studies (DGS). The Administrative Assistant and Information Officer will work with the Provost, Vice Provost, and Faculty Services Manager as well as the DGS Directors in support of website, social media, and associated outreach communications and associated special projects.
Grants and Contracts Analyst - Pre-Award Fairbanks
Are you someone who likes a challenge every day? As a Pre-Award analyst, you will spend 60% of your time working with other staff members, reviewing, preparing, and submitting proposals. You must have an eye for accuracy, multi-task, work under pressure, be able to find answers, be well organized, and work well with others. You will work in sponsor portals to upload the required approved documents. You will work with management to determine exceptions to campus and institute policy. You will also work with our Post-Award staff when needed. This position is fast-paced and very rewarding!
Administrative Assistant - GI Director's Office Fairbanks
The Geophysical Institute is seeking an Administrative Assistant for the Director's office to coordinate and oversee the office's day-to-day operations. This position will perform various administrative functions requiring independence, judgment, and initiative.
Office Manager (English Department) Fairbanks
The College of Liberal Arts, English Department is seeking an Office Manager to oversee their day-to-day operations on the Troth Yeddha' campus in Fairbanks. This is a full-time, 9-month, non-exempt staff position complete with both a competitive salary and a full employee benefits package. UA provides a generous compensation package that includes retirement options, annual leave, 12 paid holidays per year, tuition waivers for employees and family members, and affordable medical, dental, and vision care coverage.
Geospatial Data Analyst Lead Fairbanks
The UAF Environmental Support Services unit will provide developmental planning and environmental services to Fort Wainwright in accordance with the recently signed Intergovernmental Support Agreement (IGSA). One of the required services in accordance with the agreement is a dedicated full-time GIS professional to provide a broad range of GIS products.
Junior Software Engineer - ASF Fairbanks
The Alaska Satellite Facility is seeking a Junior Software Engineer to join our development team. The person hired for this position will join a team responsible for developing operational software to support processing and archival of a multi-petabyte satellite data archive, and providing these data products via innovative applications and tools using new technologies to scientific users around the world. The ideal candidate is creative, adaptable, flexible, has a Linux background, and is willing to work on small teams that iterate quickly. ***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***

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