The University of Alaska seeks a Budget Analyst. This position assists in the preparation of system wide financial and facilities reports in an accurate and timely manner. A broad array of standard and ad-hoc reports are produced to aid in the understating of UA's budget by: UA leadership, the UA Board of Regents, State of Alaska Governor & Legislature, and other UA constituents.
Toolik Field Station Field Operations Assistant (TFS Seasonal, JOB 20-17)
31 Dec 2020
The Institute of Arctic Biology is seeking a Field Operations Assistant for the Toolik Field Station, a remote field camp located at 284.5 Dalton Highway, Alaska. This is a seasonal position that works a rotating 3 week on, 1 week off schedule with some flexibility based on need. Time off will be spent outside of camp. Transportation to/from camp is provided.
Toolik Field Station EMT/Safety Coordinator (TFS Seasonal, JOB 20-18)
31 Dec 2020
The Institute of Arctic Biology is seeking an Emergency Medical Technician and Safety Coordinator for the Toolik Field Station, a remote field camp located at 284.5 Dalton Highway, Alaska. This is a seasonal position that works on a rotating 3 weeks on with 2 or 3 weeks off schedule. Time off will be spent outside of camp. This position will work closely with the full-time Safety Coordinator/EMT. While in camp you are on-call. All shifts must be covered at all times.
Sitka Campus Director
The University of Alaska Southeast (UAS) is seeking applications for the position of UAS Sitka Campus Director. Sitka is a remote island community in beautiful Southeast Alaska with a small but diverse population and a rich indigenous culture. This campus is one of three that make up the regionally accredited University of Alaska Southeast. Through its extensive online programs and local classes, the Sitka campus serves students across all of Alaska and beyond, advancing its mission of student learning that is enhanced by faculty scholarship, undergraduate research and creative activities, community engagement, and the cultures and environment of Southeast Alaska. Its programs include both career and technical education and academic offerings contributing to associate and baccalaureate degrees.
This position oversees the supervision of all staff and faculty at the Sitka Campus and provides leadership in developing and implementing innovative learning and advising strategies to promote student success. The Director also provides outreach and collaboration with community partners, including employers, public entities, Native corporations, and the Sitka Tribe of Alaska. Additionally, under the direction of the UAS Provost (chief academic officer located in Juneau), the Sitka Campus Director works with UAS deans and directors to collaborate on regional academic and administrative strategies. The Director furthermore provides leadership and vision for the campus in alignment with the UAS’ mission, strategic and assessment plan, UA Board of Regents policy, and university regulations. The Director also assists in promoting philanthropic giving and alumni engagement in support of campus programs and services.
Successful applicants will have strong leadership skills, knowledge of the challenges facing students, staff, and faculty in rural and remote areas, as well as a profound commitment to improving access to higher education.
30 Jun 2020
Currently hiring students who love UAA and are passionate about sharing their knowledge of the university with prospective and incoming students. Come work with a fun group of students and share your enthusiasm for your school while giving tours of the campus, and being the face of this awesome university!
Training and Development Project Coordinator for Justice Projects
UAA College of Health, Center for Human Development is seeking a professional training and development project coordinator with expertise in disability and justice/victim advocacy. This position will develop and oversee working teams comprised of disability, victim advocacy, tribal, and other relevant agencies/partners. This position will also develop, deliver and facilitate delivery of relevant training to community partners.
Registrar & Admissions Advisor
Kodiak College is searching for a Registrar and Admissions Advisor.
UAA - Student Assistant
1 Feb 2020
This position is a Student Assistant position with the Center for Community Engagement and Learning.
NRC-ANE Student Project Assistant
30 Jun 2020
The National Resource Center for Alaska Native Elders is recruiting Student Project Assistants to assist with a study on health and purpose-in-life among low-income older adults in urban Alaska.
INTERNAL Recruitment-The UAA National Resource Center for Alaska Native Elders is recruiting a Communications Specialist to increase its capacity to engage in routine communication with its partners, stakeholders and constituencies across Alaska. Under general supervision by the Director and Co-Director of the NRC ANE, this position engages in routine communication tasks, especially those pertaining to social media and the center’s web presence. Additionally, the position assists the center administrators in undertaking targeted campaigns for the purposes of diffusion or dissemination of research and in undertaking specific assignments involving the administrators’ preparation of media products and programs.
Communication Center Coach - UAA Learning Commons
30 Jun 2020
The communication center coach position supports the mission by assisting students in their public speaking assignments and activities. They provide support for students in a wide range of ways, including: outline support, audience analysis, organization, structure, visual aids, and delivery.
Temporary Summer Youth Peer Mentor w/Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program (ANSEP) at UAA
31 Jul 2020
Come join an award winning program at ANSEP. We are recruiting for Temporary Summer Youth Peer Mentor w/Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program (ANSEP) at UAA
Manager, Rural Campus and Research Facility Maintenance
This position requires thorough integration with all levels of facility maintenance from administration through procurement, contractors, design and construction to trades-people. The incumbent must synthesize all levels in order to deliver M&O services to each widely diverse site and community. Although the incumbent is able to seek expertise in many fields, they are the primary resource to analyze facility maintenance problems, develop and implement solutions.
This position must be available for after hours and weekend alarm notifications.
Executive Director for University Advancement
University of Alaska Fairbanks is seeking an Executive Director of University Advancement (EDUA) to provide strategic and dynamic leadership in the areas of Development, Alumni Relations and University Relations, working closely with the chancellor's cabinet and members of the university community. The EDUA replaces the Director of Development position. The Executive Director of University Advancement will provide leadership and direction in all areas of university advancement including the development, implementation and evaluation of UAF’s fundraising efforts, donor relations, alumni affairs and engagement, marketing, communications and public relations strategies and activities. This position will be responsible for building and maintaining strong relationships with key stakeholders including alumni, benefactors, students, faculty, staff and the broader community in advancing the university’s overall mission of research, teaching and public service. This position will report to the UAF chancellor and serve as a member of the chancellor’s core cabinet.
Student Office Assistant
Are you a student looking for an opportunity to work with Environmental Compliance and Safety Officers? Don't pass up on a great opportunity to work with the department of Environmental, Health, Safety and Risk Management as their Student Assistant C.
Adult Learner Recruitment and Outreach Coordinator
The UAA Office of Admissions is seeking an Adult Learner Recruitment and Outreach Coordinator.
Assistant Professorship in Fisheries Genomics
The Department of Fisheries within the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences (CFOS) invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor in Fisheries Genomics. Applications are encouraged from highly creative and collaborative individuals who will complement the expertise of existing faculty and contribute to the conservation and sustainable use of Alaska’s world-renowned fishery resources. In fulfilling the position’s tripartite research, teaching, and service roles, the new faculty member will contribute directly to training the next generation of fisheries scientists and biometricians to meet the workforce needs of state and federal management agencies, NGOs, tribal organizations, and the fishing industry. The position will be based in Fairbanks, Alaska. The UAF Troth Yeddha’ campus is located on the traditional lands of the Dene people of the lower Tanana River.
Have you ever been the person at a party talking about the cool 1905 photograph you found in a thrift store? Does the phrase “history immersion” excite you? Do you love people and helping them? Does creating order make you happy? If so, then you may be the perfect candidate for the Public Services Assistant Archivist position at the Alaska and Polar Regions Collections and Archives! The University of Alaska Fairbanks seeks engaging, team-oriented applicants for the position of Assistant Archivist.
Development Officer & Annual Fund Manager
The University of Alaska Southeast Development Office is accepting internal applications for a Development Officer & Annual Fund Manager position. We are looking for a leader with a strong professional demeanor and tact. Qualified internal candidates need to possess a Bachelor’s degree in communications, marketing, public relations, business, public administration or relevant field and two years of relevant experience or an equivalent combination of training and experience. We strongly encourage women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans to apply.
Applications are invited for the position of Executive Officer in the College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences. The Executive Officer will oversee the administrative functions of a world-class research and education organization that is geographically and academically diverse. We offer strong graduate and undergraduate programs in fisheries, marine biology, and oceanography, and our cutting edge research is highly relevant to the state and the nation. The incumbent will facilitate clear communication, continuity of policy and regulations, work directly with the Dean and leadership staff, and provide services to faculty. This is an excellent opportunity to use your management experience in a dynamic and interesting work environment.