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Clinic Manager
Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic
KBFPC is currently seeking applicants to join our dynamic and dedicated team as Clinic Manager. Are you passionate about client-centered, reproductive health care? Do you want to have a positive impact in our community by providing high-quality sexual health care services and education on the Kenai Peninsula?

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Written Word Storyteller
United Way of Anchorage
In collaboration with the visual storyteller, the written word storyteller identifies and creates compelling narratives that exemplify how United Way of Anchorage (UWA), its donors, advocates, partners, and volunteers are working together to improve the health, education, and financial stability of our community. Through the crafting of powerful stories, the written word storyteller illustrates the profound impact UWA’s work has in the lives of Anchorage residents. Whether it be through a volunteer profile, an in-depth look at a UWA program, or an advocacy piece, the written word storyteller connects with readers and inspires audiences to Live United. The written word storyteller works in partnership with other team members in developing, creating, and placing content.
Museum Assistant
Kodiak History Museum
KHM is hiring a Museum Assistant to help during our busy summer season! Museum Assistants welcome visitors and assist with special projects throughout the museum. This includes hosting the Museum Store and galleries, giving tours, assisting with special events and store management, and supporting communications functions. Museum Assistant positions may also have varying emphasis on curatorial or communications support needs.

Applicants should submit a resume with cover letter via email to
Behavioral Health Specialist
Boys & Girls Clubs - Alaska
The Behavioral Health Specialist will provide support and counseling to staff and youth across multiple club locations in Alaska. This position will be primarily responsible for implementing counseling schedules, programs and training at each club site, as well as coordinating treatment recommendations with parents, and collaborating as a team to develop new staff trainings surrounding behavioral health and trauma informed care.

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Events Manager
Boys & Girls Clubs - Alaska
The Events Manager position is responsible for planning, directing, and coordinating events and activities designed to create or maintain a favorable public image or raise issue awareness for Boys & Girls Clubs – Alaska. The range of activities are tied to mission driven events of the organization like Youth of the Year, alumni engagement opportunities, key fundraising events, participating in events with community partners like United Way or key corporate partners, and organization representation at key community events. To be successful, the position will implement strategies in public relations, marketing and communications, and project management.

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Alaska Children's Trust
The Resource Development Program Specialist is an integral part of the Alaska Children’s Trust (ACT) team working with the Vice President of Philanthropy and External Affairs to build and maintain donor relationships and raise funds to support ACT’s mission. This position is responsible for managing events, donor data, and supporting communications.
Policy & Advocacy Program Specialist
Alaska Children's Trust
The Policy & Advocacy Program Specialist will support the Alaska Children’s Trust’s (ACT) implementation of a statewide strategy to support, strengthen, and expand efforts to ensure policies and systems are designed and implemented in a way that prevents, versus perpetuates, child abuse and neglect. The Program Specialist supports the organization’s advocacy for children, youth, and families across a wide range of topics including education, health, and economic well-being.
Museum Assistant
The Alutiiq Museum & Archaeological Repository
The Alutiiq Museum seeks a friendly, energetic person to serve as a Museum Assistant. This position works throughout the museum assisting staff members. The Museum Assistant greets visitors, assists artists and museum store patrons, provides administrative support, and works on special projects. This is an entry-level position. The museum will provide training on museum operations including collections and facilities care. Available as a full or part-time position.

To apply for this position, please submit a resume, a letter of interest, and the museum’s employment application to Djuna Davidson, 844-425-8844, x20, by May 15th at 4:00 pm. You may email an application or drop one at the museum’s front desk.
Chief Operating Officer
Mat-Su Health Foundation
The Foraker Group is excited to partner with the Mat-Su Health Foundation to find their next Chief Operating Officer!

Mat-Su Health Foundation (MSHF) seeks an experienced operational and management professional committed to a people-first approach to serve as its Chief Operating Officer (COO). A strategic partner to the President and CEO and a thought partner to leaders throughout the organization, the COO executes the management and operations of MSHF and plays a key role in the organization’s overall strategy development. The COO has the opportunity to design and implement a cohesive operational infrastructure that aligns to the organization’s commitment to equity, builds upon recent successes and rapid growth, and structures the organization for the future.

Contact Allison Fong Executive Transition Guide at The Foraker Group to learn more (
Assistant Controller - Job Cost
Gana-A'Yoo, Limited
Gana-A'Yoo, Limited is seeking an Assistant Controller-Job Cost to join our growing team! This newly created position is responsible for accounting for various government 8(a), non 8(a) and competitive contracts including billing, revenue recognition, job cost accounting, and project reporting functions for firm fixed price, time & material, and cost-plus contracts. If you're hard-working and dedicated, GYL is a great place to grow your career!

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Accounting technician
Society of St. Vincent de Paul Juneau
The Accounting Technician is solely responsible for performing nearly all accounting functions for St. Vincent de Paul (SVdP) with minimal supervision by the Executive Director. SVdP uses QuickBooks for accounting and financial reporting and obtains some services from a local accounting firm to process payroll and tax returns. The duties for this position include analyzing and coding invoices and recording reconciling payables; collecting and depositing payments and receipts and recording and receivable accounts; preparing general journal entries and other adjustments; preparing and uploading supporting documents for entries to QuickBooks accounts, reconciling and monitoring accounts, programs or projects; and performing basic administrative duties. This position may also assist with fiscal year-end closing entries.
Our organization, mission, and culture: SVdP owns and/or manages five low-income housing units, a shelter, and a Thrift Store. Our funding sources include rental income, Thrift Store sales revenues, charitable donations, and grants. SVdP is a non-profit entity in Juneau whose mission is to provide material and spiritual charity, and work for social justice for all people.

We are willing to be flexible with hours and train the right person.

See website for more information
Membership Development
Greater Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce
The Greater Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce is hiring for the Membership Development position which is responsible for leading the Chamber’s efforts to grow its membership through developing and delivering a comprehensive recruitment and retention program to ensure a positive, successful relationship with the Chamber
Community Liaison and Wellness Specialist
Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies
This position will spearhead efforts for trauma-informed approaches, social-emotional learning, mental health, and well-being as the Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies continues to grow. A new position in the organization, the Community Liaison and Wellness Specialist will be dedicated to talking more with youth, families, teachers, and group leaders to make sure effective supports are in place so that more youth can participate in meaningful outdoor learning and science experiences.
Ranch Foreman
Alaska Addiction Rehabilitation Services
AARS is looking to hire a Ranch Foreman!

This position helps keep all of our equipment in proper running order, including furnace, boilers, stoves, freezer, washer, and farm equipment; provides general maintenance of all Ranch vehicles, including routine oil changes, tire repairs, and ordering gas; maintains/repairs windows, furniture, doors, floors, walls, locks, bathrooms and minor plumbing; and oversees the planting, upkeep, harvesting and storage of all crops grown.

Be a part of an amazing team working every day to improve the lives of clients living with substance use disorder while receiving competitive pay and benefits!

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Legal Advisor
Anchorage Youth Court
Anchorage Youth Court (AYC) is a diversionary program for youth in grades 7 through 12 who are accused of breaking the law to be judged by their peers. Local youth take on the roles of attorneys, judges, bailiffs, clerks, and jurors during the trials. Anchorage Youth Court members develop and apply an understanding of the law through legal education, Anchorage Youth Court Bar Association membership, and actual participation in AYC court hearings. AYC is a highly beneficial program because defendants are afforded a chance, in a court hearing by trained local youth, to resolve their legal problems without receiving a formal juvenile record, and the community receives valuable work service as redress for the wrongs committed.

We are hiring a part- or full-time Legal Advisor to support youth in our program.
Duties include:
• Advise AYC judges, prosecuting and defense attorneys.
• Review and screen case referrals weekly for acceptance as needed.
• Draft charging documents for each case and prepare attorneys.
• Draft and send out victim impact statements as appropriate.
• Schedule cases. Prepare scheduling letter, attachments and envelope, and mail packet to defendant. Record in database date that scheduling letter was sent.
• Ensure that case files are copied, kept confidential and properly disposed of.
• Prepare and oversee the operations of the pre-teen court program, including training student participants, and coordinating pre-teen court cases and activities with volunteer and case coordinators.
• Reserve courtrooms and schedule court system bailiffs.
• Attend sentencing hearings or arrange for volunteer legal advisor to attend.
Organize youth court basic legal education classes. Oversee curriculum development and accuracy. Contact teacher prospects, help with scheduling and securing classrooms.

Law degree and current license to practice law in Alaska, experience working with adolescents and strong computer skills preferred.
Facility Monitor
The Evening Facility Monitor is primarily responsible for overseeing AARS’ clients safety, as well as performing facility upkeep and cleaning duties.
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