IT Support Technician
The Sitka Campus is seeking an IT Support Technician. This entry-level position is a good fit for someone interested in an Information Technology career with a potential for promotion as skill levels and responsibilities increase. This is an ideal position for a university student and offers on-the-job training. This is a part-time position with benefits, including university tuition waivers. A flexible work environment will be provided, with a combination of on-campus and remote work possible.
Web Programmer / Administrator - RCS
Research Computing Systems (RCS) in the UAF Geophysical Institute (GI) is looking for a Web Programmer/Administrator to join our team of research cyberinfrastructure analysts and engineers. Founded in 1948, the GI is a world-renowned center for the study of geophysics from the sun to the center of the Earth. RCS is a dynamic team of IT professionals developing and maintaining a core set of cyberinfrastructure services for a wide variety of UA research projects as well as specific systems for researchers. RCS team members work together and independently to ensure UAF researchers have high performing and adaptable network, storage, compute, web, and hosted systems services they can depend on to conduct their research.This recruitment is for either an Information Systems Professional 3a or 4a depending on the chosen applicant’s experience. RCS has a very flexible office environment and collaborates with multiple groups throughout the GI and within UA’s Office of Information Technology.
SBDC Rural Center Director
While the Alaska SBDC has many centers and advisors in physical locations in the major population centers across the state, there are over 250 communities that also need SBDC’s services. The Rural Center Director manages a virtual center that provides business advising services to rural entrepreneurs located in those communities. Over the past two years, the number of clients served by the Rural Center has increased 140% and continues to grow. The Rural Center Director provides business advising, develops online and stand alone business development tools, hosts in person and online events and trainings, develops and engages in partnerships geared towards supporting rural Alaska entrepreneurs and businesses. This position will focus on identifying new ways that the Alaska SBDC can continue to support rural Alaskan businesses to help them launch and grow. This will help the Alaska SBDC continue to not only cover the entire state, but also focus our efforts on the communities and businesses that don’t have access to the resources and support found in larger communities who need help the most.
Director, Office of Grants and Contracts Administration
The University of Alaska Fairbanks is inviting applications for the position of Director of the Office of Grants and Contracts Administration (OGCA). This position is responsible for the management of the OGCA and to ensure funding compliance with all State, Federal, and private funding agencies covering a broad spectrum of research grant and contract activities. OGCA is UAF’s centralized office for research administration and employees handle activities throughout the project lifecycle from inception to closeout. If you like to encourage innovation, support research, and demonstrate energy and commitment to improving processes, we encourage you to apply! Applicants must be legally eligible for unrestricted employment to work in the U.S. No work visas will be sponsored for this position.
Assistant or Associate Auditor
Ready for a challenge? Want to see behind the scenes at the University of Alaska? Put your skills of accounting, communication, critical thinking, and observation to work and interact with stakeholders in a constantly advancing profession.
The University of Alaska is currently searching for an Internal Auditor to fill a vacancy in the System Office of Audit and Consulting Services.
Birch Regeneration Survey, Temporary
30 Jun 2022
The Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station is seeking a part-time technician who will collect data on forest regeneration following birch harvest near Fairbanks. This position spends a majority of time in the field throughout the summer and works as a crew member with 1-2 other field technicians. Travel means consist of mainly highway vehicles and ATVs.
Cooperative Alaska Forest Inventory, Temporary
30 Jun 2022
The Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station is seeking a part-time technician who will collect forest and natural resource inventory data on permanent sample plots throughout Alaska. This position spends a majority of time in the field throughout the summer and works as a crew member with 3-4 other inventory technicians. The position provides opportunities to visit various forest sites across the State, including Copper River Basin, Tok, and Kenai Peninsula. Work schedule is mostly 8 days on and 6 days off, which allows plenty of time off to enjoy the Alaskan summer outside of work. This position requires travel away from Fairbanks via the road system and camping for 8 days at a time. The position requires working long hours in the field. Travel means mainly consists of highway vehicle, but may also include boat and ATV.
Tok Education Center - Temporary Service
30 Jun 2022
The Facilities Services team at the University of Alaska Fairbanks is accepting applications for positions that will perform various service functions for Tok Education Center.
The University of Alaska Southeast, Juneau campus, is accepting applications for a 12-month, full-time Custodian/Maintenance Service Worker (MSW1). The incumbent will clean and protect university facilities, grounds and surrounding areas by performing custodial maintenance duties including dusting, mopping, finishing and buffing floors, vacuuming and shampooing carpets, cleaning/sanitizing and restocking restrooms, grounds keeping and removing snow, ice and debris. Some responsibilities are required to be performed outside of normal business hours. This position is governed by a collective bargaining agreement between the University and Alaska Higher Education Crafts & Trades Employees Local 6070. UAS is committed to building a culturally diverse and inclusive organization and strongly encourages women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans to apply.
Natural Sciences Department Student Assistant
30 Jun 2022
The Science Department at Mat-Su College is seeking a student assistant for the spring 2022 semester who is self-motivated, reliable, and able to accomplish assigned tasks to completion in a timely manner. The primary role of this position will be to oversee and monitor open labs for Human Anatomy and Physiology and Microbiology students. You must be able to work one evening during the week. Must be 18 years or older.
Toolik Seasonal Maintenance, Equipment Support & Fabrication Technician (MEF)
31 Dec 2022
The Toolik Field Station (TFS) at the Institute of Arctic Biology, a remote field camp located at 284.5 Dalton Highway, is seeking a motivated candidate to work as a Seasonal Field Operations Technician during the 2022 summer field season. TFS is a remote facility located 360 road miles north of Fairbanks on the rural Dalton Highway. There are no local services. The population of the station can vary from 3 to 150 residents (over 400 different individuals annually) coming from all over the world. This position will be stationed at Toolik for the duration of the season (dates are flexible and could range from May-September depending on availability). Due to COVID19, a paid mandatory quarantine in Fairbanks with testing will be required and arranged by Toolik before deploying to the station. Breaks during the shift will be taken in camp. Transportation to/from camp is provided. Please click on this advertisement for more detailed information on the duties of this position.
UAF College of Liberal Arts Term Clinical Assistant Professor of Justice
The University of Alaska Fairbanks Justice Department is seeking a motivated individual to be part of a progressive, nationally-ranked academic program with a strong student base and opportunity to expand upon course offerings as a Term Clinical Assistant Professor (bipartite).
Fiscal Manager I
The International Arctic Research Center seeks a dynamic Fiscal Manager. This position is critical to the infrastructure of the IARC. This position will work closely with the Executive Officer. Come and take part in the growth of an exciting and dynamic team. ** NEW REVIEW DATE 02/14/2022**
***Applicants must be legally eligible for unrestricted employment to work in the U.S. No work visas will be sponsored for this position***
Outdoor Adventures Team Member - Student Assistant 2022-2023
31 Dec 2022
Nanook Recreation's Outdoor Adventures Program is looking for adventurous UAF students to join our Trip Leader and/or Rental Center teams!
Do you want to help others get out and explore beautiful places here in Alaska? Become an Outdoor Adventures student employee and you can do this in many ways. You will rent people outdoor gear, sign them up for trips, answer questions about outdoor recreation, teach outdoor skills and you can also become trip leaders for a variety of adventures in the wilderness of Alaska.
KRUA 88.1FM, Volunteer Coordinator
30 Jun 2022
This is the Volunteer Coordinator position at KRUA 88.1FM, the student radio station at the University of Alaska Anchorage.
This position works up to 20 hours/week during the academic year with additional hours available in the summer, with a salary of $11.00/hour.
KRUA 88.1FM, Program Director
30 Jun 2022
KRUA 88.1 FM, the student radio station at the University of Alaska Anchorage, is currently recruiting for the Program Director position. This student staff position is 20 hours/week during the academic year (with flexible hours in the summer) and starts at $11.50/hour.
IT and Communications Consultant
Cooperative Extension Service (CES) is seeking an IT and Communications Consultant. As our IT and Communications Consultant, you will coordinate and provide training and assistance to faculty and staff on various types of software and hardware. This is a part-time, year around position with UA benefits with the possibility to move to full-time employment.
Program and Event Coordinator
Alaska Sea Grant seeks an energetic Program and Event Coordinator to work from the renowned Kodiak Seafood and Marine Science Center in beautiful Kodiak, Alaska! The successful candidate will be on the management team and help continue the legacy of positive impact throughout Alaska.
Senior Human Resources Business Partner
As our Senior HR Business Partner (Sr. HRBP), you’ll help University of Alaska HR by serving as a functional expert, liaison, talent advisor, labor and employee engagement consultant and point of contact for leadership at each campus of the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF). In this role, we’ll rely on you to 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 UAF 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.
UPD Student Worker - Clerical Assistant
30 Jun 2022
The University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) University Police Department (UPD) is seeking applicants for a student worker to assist with a variety of administrative and clerical tasks. The Student Worker will work under general direction of the UAA UPD Records & Accreditation Manager and the UPD Chief of Police. Examples of typical work include: clerical and administrative (filing, copying, scanning, shredding), communications (composing emails, and corresponding with the community verbally (via the telephone and in-person).
UPD aspires to be a recognized leader in community safety, composed of highly trained and professional employees who partner with the community to address community safety needs.
The UAA UPD holds to the following values:
• To always act with honesty, integrity and fairness
• To treat everyone with respect and patience
• To be dependable and accountable to a strong work ethic
• To provide quality service to others as a responsibility not a task