Software Developer & Geospatial Data Analyst - IARC
The UAF International Arctic Research Center and the Scenarios Network for Alaska + Arctic Planning are seeking a Software Developer & Geospatial Data Analyst to join our growing team.
We are scientists, designers, communications specialists, data scientists, and programmers who engage with a broad range of audiences including academics, engineers, managers, and the public. Our team applies University research to improve our understanding of Alaska's changing climate.
In this position, you will:
-Work as a web and mobile app programmer who collaborates with multiple UAF research units.
-Produce and manage large-scale geospatial data to create modern, data-driven web tools and mobile applications.
-Prepare and manage datasets to facilitate discovery, access, visualization, and application of research data.
Your work will help provide data-focused direction for crafting realistic adaptation strategies for Alaskans.
To be eligible for this position, applicants must be legally authorized for unrestricted employment in the United States. No work visas will be sponsored for this position.
Alaska Cooperative Development Center Research Technician
30 Jun 2021
This is a Temp Pool for the Alaska Cooperative Development Center for work on projects related to Cooperatives in Alaska.
ECHO Project Assistant
4 Jan 2021
The Center for Human Development is seeking an ECHO Project Assistant. This is a new position that supports the implementation and expansion of Project ECHO networks statewide. ECHO is an evidence-based model that connects health providers and professionals in underserved rural and urban communities to expert interdisciplinary teams, through videoconferencing, to increase their capacity to provide services within their own practice. We have an established Project ECHO program at CHD.
Seeking an innovative and independent staff member to join our Department of Resident Life Team! Residence Life is looking for a Resident Director (RD). This position is a full time professional, master’s degree preferred, with supervisor experience willing to work late night hours. The Resident Director lives in a residence hall and manages a facility or multiple facilities. They are responsible for student conduct, student supervision, maintenance requests and weekly walkthroughs, programming, roommate conflict, mediation, training, and overall providing a welcoming, safe, and well maintained facility for our residents to live in. RDs works on a creative team, providing support and education to students beyond the classroom. Provides leadership and direction for young para-professionals within the residence halls and a support system to the residents they serve. This position serves on a late night crisis response team, is trained in crisis management, and is available at a variety of hours.
Maintenance Service Worker II
The University of Alaska Southeast seeks a full-time Maintenance Service Worker II to join the team at the Ketchikan facilities department. This is a full-time position covered by the Local 6070 Collective Bargaining Agreement and offers excellent benefits. Duties will involve a wide variety of tasks to maintain, operate and repair university facilities. A valid Alaska driver's license is required at the time of hire.
Student Assistant - Web Design Assistant
31 Oct 2021
UAF eCampus is offering a professional development opportunity for a student with experience in web design. As a Web Design Assistant at eCampus, this student would support eCampus websites. UAF eCampus’s website is a robust resource for students and potential students. We are looking to add someone to our Communications team who can use their personal and professional experience to help us enhance the web experience for all users.
Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau
The University of Alaska office of Human Resources is seeking an experienced Payroll Manager. The Payroll Manager ensures accurate and timely payroll for employees across the UA system. This position will supervise Payroll Technicians and will be the subject matter expert (SME) for the UA payroll process. The position may be filled in Anchorage, Fairbanks, or Juneau.
Join the team of professionals who support the UAS mission as an Administrative Assistant in the Alaska College of Education. Manage departmental travel, purchasing and assist program faculty, staff and program participants with student field placements. Successful candidates should be skilled in the basics of bookkeeping, be an effective communicator, well organized, able to work independently, and capable of tracking multiple tasks. The Alaska College of Education provides programs in initial and advanced teacher training, both on-campus and in distance delivered format. This position fulfills critical financial and office management duties for the Alaska College of Education which impact staff, faculty travel, vendor payments, and student field placements. A successful candidate must understand the importance of diplomacy, confidentiality, and apply the appropriate standards. This position plays an important role in communicating with other UAS offices in order to perform tasks at several levels. We strongly encourage women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans to apply.
Web and Digital Media Specialist
Mat-Su College seeks a Web and Digital Media Specialist ready to take our outreach efforts to a new level. This position promotes Mat-Su College and the Glenn Massay Theater to prospective and current students, and the community, by delivering engaging and creative content via multiple social media applications, the college website, online campaigns, video content, print publications, and promotional events. Working within a team of student services professionals, this position serves as the key campus resource on the college web site and contributes materially to campus and marketing and student recruitment efforts. Reports to the Director of Student Services. The ideal candidate must be creative, well versed in current communication practices, comfortable working in a team environment, and able to accept and benefit from feedback. Must have strong web editing, digital graphic, photographic, video, and writing skills and an eye for detail. Standard hours are 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Some hours outside of the standard hours may be required on occasion to cover evening and weekend events, both on and off campus.
To apply for this position, please submit a cover letter that addresses the position requirements, a resume that highlights your relevant work history, and current contact information for three or more professional references. If chosen for an interview, current and/or prior supervisors will be contacted.
The Mat-Su College is an equal opportunity employer and we encourage a diverse group of applicants to apply.
Have you been dreaming of travel?! Are you enthusiastic about all aspects of traveling and spend countless hours planning and working out the details? Then, put those skills and dedication to work as the Travel Manager of the UAF Travel Customer Service Office (TCSO) in UAF Financial Services! This rewarding and exciting job is made for you! Here at UAF, we are embarking on a journey to provide our employees with a customer-centered, full-service, and supportive travel office. You will be the face of this new office and the driving force behind this office, training a team of expert Customer Service staff – all to provide extraordinary traveler experiences. Success and customer satisfaction – that is our Goal! We want our UAF staff, faculty, and students who are traveling on University-sponsored business as they fulfill the University’s mission, to experience stress-free and supported travel. Don’t let this opportunity fly by you, and apply today!
MSW4 Preventative Maintenance Technician
The University of Alaska Fairbanks HVAC Shop seeks applicants for the position of Preventative Maintenance Technician to perform PM work in order to keep mechanical equipment in peak operating condition. Typical work will include changing air filters, greasing motors, cleaning mechanical equipment, and performing visual checks on a variety of mechanical equipment. Typical work schedule will be M-F 8:00am – 4:30pm. Successful applicant will demonstrate at least one year in a field related to this position (building or equipment maintenance), and be a high school graduate or equivalent.
BEI Non-credit Adjunct Faculty
UAA Business Enterprise Institute is looking for an adjunct to serve as a subject matter expert in Energy Economics.
Undergraduate Academic Advisor
Join our advising team at the College of Arts and Sciences! Our Undergraduate Academic Advisors work in a disciplinary team setting to assist students in planning for and making informed decisions about areas of study, intended college outcomes, and post-baccalaureate plans. A successful advisor demonstrates an enthusiastic demeanor and passion for working with a team to guide students. They have a passion for higher education and student success. The advisor is comfortable engaging with large numbers of students via diverse and active outreach methods and demonstrate an advising approach that focuses on student exploration, discovery, and success on an individual level.
Student Activities & Commuter Programs: Event Manager
30 Jun 2021
Do you love programming events and working with a fun and exciting team? Do you want to gain skills in leading and managing a team? Apply today to become Student Activities and Commuter Program's Events Manager! $11.50 per hour.
Administrative Manager, Facilities Services
The UAS Facilities Services department is looking for an Administrative Manager to perform and oversee the administrative duties associated with Facilities Services responsibility of ensuring clean, suitable and safe buildings for our Students, Staff and Faculty. Facilities Services is a small office working in a busy and complex environment. The Administrative Manager is responsible for all administrative operations including budgeting, procurement, accounts payable, travel and work order management. This position produces Department financial reports required by University policy and double checks budgets produced by other managers.
Assistant Professor of Writing and Communication
The Ketchikan Campus of the University of Alaska Southeast seeks a full-time Assistant Professor of Writing and Communication. This is a nine-month tenure track position covered by a collective bargaining agreement. This position requires the successful candidate to work on the Ketchikan campus.
Learning Management System Support Coordinator / ID2
UAF eCampus seeks an energetic, team oriented instructional designer to join the Instructional Design Team as the LMS Coordinator. Applicants must be interested in working with technology in meaningful ways to further eCampus' mission of providing a high-quality, interactive educational experience to students in Alaska and around the world.
Building Maintenance Supervisor
PWSC Facilities Maintenance and Operations is looking for an experienced Building Maintenance Supervisor. The candidate should have extensive experience with Facilities Maintenance in commercial, campus or educational environments. Must have skills and knowledge to lead staff in the construction and maintenance of University Facilities. Candidate should be equally comfortable working on the computer and working in the field; and needs to be familiar with building codes and regulations. Needs to be OSHA compliant and safety conscious. Good customer services skills a must.
Communications Coordinator - GI Public Information Office
The Geophysical Institute is seeking a Communications Coordinator to organize science outreach and communications for its diverse, world-class geophysical and Arctic research. This Public Information Office position includes the opportunity to engage with researchers across many different science disciplines and facilitate public outreach through a variety of means including events, conferences, social media, press releases and website content.
Success in the role requires one to take a leadership role in organizing events and conferences, provide logistical support for a wide range of communications activities and collaborate closely with scientists and staff from all over the university. A successful applicant will be detail-oriented, furnish evidence of strong communication and interpersonal skills, and be able to adapt public outreach to virtual engagement as necessary.
Student Information Specialist
The UAS admissions, registration, and financial aid office is seeking a Student Information Specialist. This position is the first point of contact for the Office of the Registrar and Admissions' office (One Stop Shop) and must have a general knowledge of all aspects of the university as this area is considered the general information desk for the entire university.