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Term Assistant Professor of Human Services Anchorage, Chugiak, Eagle River, Girdwood, Palmer, Wasilla, Fairbanks, Homer, Kenai, Juneau, Ketchikan, Sitka, Angoon, Bethel
The Interior Alaska Campus is recruiting for a Term Assistant Professor of Human Services. Please apply if you’re interested.
Stewardship Manager Fairbanks
The UA Foundation seeks an individual to serve as Stewardship Manager. This position is a member of the five-person Fund & Gift Services team that is located in Anchorage and Fairbanks. The Stewardship Manager coordinates the management of funds held at the Foundation that support the University of Alaska and its universities. In addition to drafting paperwork for new funds created by donations, revising funds, maintaining fund records, and closing funds; the Stewardship Manager also works with departments on spending these funds, provides gift processing assistance, and impact reporting and acknowledgment assistance. The University of Alaska Foundation acts as a service center to all three Universities (Fairbanks, Anchorage, and Southeast) supporting fundraising activities of University Development offices. The mission of the UA Foundation is to seek, secure and steward philanthropic support to build excellence at the University of Alaska. A legally separate organization from the University of Alaska, the Foundation is governed by a volunteer board and is managed by a President who also serves as the University's Chief Development Officer and an Executive Director/Associate VP for Development. The values of the Foundation staff are trust, excellence, service and teamwork. This position can be filled in Anchorage or Fairbanks.
KBNERR Administrative Generalist Homer
The Kachemak Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve at UAA is seeking an Administrative Generalist to provide office and administrative support for research, education, and community outreach activities. Knowledge and abilities required include: advanced computer programs and operations, capacity for basic fiscal management, ability to multi-task and prioritize projects, ability to solve problems independently and lead large meetings, ability to lead others or provide training in administrative processes to other employees, the ability to organize and lead meetings with a diversity of stakeholders, and manage purchasing and Research Reserve facilities. This recruitment is open internally to current UA employees or those otherwise eligible to apply to internal postings.
Finance, Procurement and Travel Specialist Anchorage
Are you ready to join our dynamic team of Fiscal Technicians where you can grow and develop your career? We’ll help you position yourself as a trusted source for high quality and customer friendly travel, procurement and accounting services. We are currently recruiting for two positions!
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.
Student Assistant - Nanook Diversity and Action Center Fairbanks
Are you a student looking for a rewarding yet invigorating job to add to your resume? Come join our delightful team at the UAF Nanook Diversity and Action Center where you can make an immediate impact on campus. As a Nanook Diversity and Action Center Student Assistant, you will be responsible for working closely with students, staff, faculty and community members in creating and maintaining an atmosphere that promotes respectful dialogue around topics such as diversity, inclusion, social justice, and equity, with some intersections with prevention (alcohol/drug misuse, suicide, and power-based violence) and wellness.
Accounts Payable & Travel Student Assistant Anchorage
The UAA Accounts Payable/Travel Department is seeking applications for a Student Assistant 2 position to assist with reviewing travel expense reimbursements and direct pay/employee reimbursements, filing, communicating with students, staff, faculty and vendors professionally, loading and indexing files into our electronic file retention system, and assisting the AP/Travel Manager as needed. This position is critical in ensuring compliance with UA BOR policies, State and Federal regulations, as well as providing a high level of customer service to the UAA community. The successful candidate will be a quick learner, detail oriented, have a high level of accuracy, and possess critical thinking and problem solving skills.
Adjunct Faculty - Civic Engagement & Learning UAA Anchorage
Adjunct instructor pool for Civic Engagement & Learning (CEL) program at UAA. Since 2006, UAA has been recognized by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching as a “Community Engaged Institution.” CCEL serves as a central locus for the intersection of student learning, faculty research, and community engagement.
Office of Student Affairs-Student Office Assistant Anchorage
The Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs office is actively recruiting for a Student Assistant. This position is a Student Assistant 2 position at the University of Alaska Anchorage.
Event Services Student Assistant Anchorage
Event Services Assistants assist and support community members and residential students who have a variety of needs, questions, and issues; promote an ethos of belonging and engagement with the community on UAA’s residential campus; and support the many aspects of Event Services at UAA. The role of the Event Services Assistant is typically a one-year position.
Controller Fairbanks
The Controller provides senior leadership and management of the UA’s financial accounting and reporting functions, as well as the efficient and effective monitoring, management, stewardship, and control of UA’s financial resources. The Controller leads UA’s accounting operations in providing accurate and timely financial information, development and communication of financial policies and procedures, implementation of effective internal financial controls, compliance with accounting principles, laws and regulations, and collaborates across UA assuring quality services to UA’s stakeholders.
UAF CTC Tutor Coordinator Fairbanks
The University of Alaska Fairbanks Community and Technical College has an immediate opening for a Tutor Coordinator. The UAF CTC Tutor Coordinator is responsible for many of the day-to-day operations of the Debbie Moses Learning Center located within the UAF Community and Technical College and the Gruening Building Math Lab on the Troth Yeddha' Campus. This is a 12 month (full-time), exempt staff position complete with a competitive UA employee benefits package. If you are interested in the joining this UAF CTC team dedicated to the helping students succeed please apply before August 18, 2022 at 11:55pm Alaska Standard Time to ensure consideration.
Database Developer - Geophysical Institute Fairbanks
The Geophysical Institute (GI) Volcanology team is looking to fill a new position for a relational database developer fluent in SQL, XML, time series data, and object oriented analysis and design. As a database developer, you will have the opportunity to be part of a project that capitalizes on the wealth of data from the Alaska Volcano Observatory; the multidisciplinary expertise of volcano observatory scientists; and the analytical power provided by a team of graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, UAF faculty, and other national and international collaborators.
Bethel Program Coordinator Bethel
Bethel 4-H programs are looking for energetic, responsible, and passionate people looking to make an impact and create lifelong bonds. Join a team of after-school Educators in rural Alaska. Help kids connect and discover their passion for learning as you get paid to make a difference! Be a part of the Program Coordinators team that will co-manage 4-H outside of school time programs and serve as a contact person for its participants. In this position you will guide and support 4-H members with club and project work, organize the 4-H outside of school time clubs by coordinating leaders, members and their families to determine a plan of the club's activities and to determine resources needed to carry out the plan.
Assistant/Associate Professor of Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Anchorage
The University of Alaska, School of Nursing (SON) is seeking applications for full-time tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professors of Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner for the graduate programs. The SON seeks innovative, energetic professionals to contribute to our Psychiatric Mental Health-NP and DNP programs. We are seeking to fill full-time position as the program continues to grow to meet behavioral heath care needs in the State of Alaska Qualified applicants will be doctorally prepared (PhD or DNP) and certified as a Psychiatric Mental Health nurse practitioner. We are seeking to fill this position in Anchorage.
Post-Doctoral for Plant Pathology and Biotechnology Fairbanks
A post-doctoral research opportunity is available in the Plant Pathology and Biotechnology program, Institute of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Extension at the University of Alaska Fairbanks to study :1) interactions among plants, plant pathogens and hyperparasites at cellular, biochemical and molecular levels, and 2) etiology of diseases, their distribution and diversity in cold environment. Research will be carried out independently with intermittent direction. The Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station, Institute of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Extension, University of Alaska Fairbanks, invites applications for a Research Professional position. This position is on a renewable 12-month term funded contract. Annual renew is dependent on performance and funding availability.
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.
Student Assistant -ARLIS Grant Projects Fall 2022 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.
Annual Giving and Alumni Engagement Manager Fairbanks
UAF Advancement is looking for a sharp, organized member to join our dynamic team as our annual giving and alumni engagement manager. If you enjoy connecting people to their passion, inspiring others to get involved in service of the university and working with great people in a fun, collaborative and fast-paced environment, this is the job for you!
UAF Student Firefighter Fairbanks
The University Fire Department is an extraordinary program to prepare student fire fighters for careers in fire and emergency services. Students work a full 56-hour per week shift schedule which includes emergency responses, station upkeep, apparatus maintenance, training, and attending college classes. The combination of training, education, and real-world experience has resulted in an impressive placement rate for our alumni. Many of our alumni become top candidates in fire service jobs and often promote to management positions.

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