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Human Resources Specialist II
Alaska SeaLife Center This position is responsible for the day-to-day activities of the intern and volunteer programs for the Alaska SeaLife Center. This position is also responsible for administrative duties within the Human Resource Department
Sitka Program Director
SAIL - Southeast Alaska Independent Living Supervises all aspects of the Sitka SAIL Program, including independent living services, recreation program, fundraising and development.
Nine Star Education & Employment Services Monday-Friday, 40 hours per week Must have reliable transportation
JOB SUMMARY Nine Star’s Case Managers (Work Services Specialists) provide support to Alaska’s Public Assistance recipients to ready them for employment. They utilize a holistic approach to help under- & unemployed Alaskans leave the public assistance rolls by helping them increase their income. They provide work readiness activities, connectivity to community resources, career plan development, “get ready for employment” activities, work skills training, and more. Ultimately, the Case Manager’s objective is to move job seekers to economic self-sufficiency.
QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE POSITION Possess an Associate’s Degree in Human Services or closely related field and two years experience in Social Services or a closely related field. (4 years of direct case management experience may be substituted.) Have a minimum of one year related teaching experience. Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office and FileMaker Pro. Adept at working independently as well as with team members. Hold excellent customer service skills. Demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills. Able to organize and prioritize a variety of tasks. Work with minimal supervision. Able to coordinate multiple tasks and follow-up in spite of frequent interruptions. Maintain a professional attitude with enthusiasm and dependability. Exercise time management skills. Willing to take on new tasks with an eagerness to learn new skills. Flexible and willing to shift to new tasks when needed. This position offers you an opportunity to help move the under- and unemployed job seeker to economic stability. If this sounds like a great opportunity for you, please, send your cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to (907) 644-9925, ATT: Zoe.
JOB DEVELOPER/JOB COACH
Nine Star Education & Employment Services Monday-Friday, 40 hours per week Must have reliable transportation
JOB SUMMARY The Job Developer/Coach works intensively with Job Seekers to identify their specific employability needs and help them eliminate challenges to their employability. The Job Developer/Coach initiates and maintains ongoing personal contact with a variety of business and industry representatives to match the “right” position to each individual Job Seeker. It is also the role of the Job Developer/Coach to help the Job Seeker identify their skills and strengths to ensure they will be well-matched to the positions they are seeking.
This position offers you an opportunity to help move the under- and unemployed job seeker to economic stability. If this sounds like a great opportunity for you, please, send your cover letter and resume to email@example.com or fax to (907) 644-9925, ATT: Zoe.
Nine Star Education & Employment Services Monday-Friday, 40 hours per week
JOB SUMMARY The Career Mentor/Coach works one-on-one with Job Seekers to identify their specific employability needs and help them eliminate challenges to their employability success. They help the job seeker assess their challenges and their skills so they can match them to a job that “fits” them. They also provide “ready for a job” workshops, skills assessments, resume development, interview coaching, and many other things to prepare them for the world of work.
QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE POSITION Possess a college diploma (experience may be substituted) Possess a strong knowledge base of program requirements, policies and procedures Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office and FileMaker Pro Adept at working independently as well as with team members Hold excellent customer service skills Demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills Able to organize and prioritize a variety of tasks Work with minimal supervision Able to coordinate multiple tasks and follow-up in spite of frequent interruptions Maintain a professional attitude with enthusiasm and dependability Exercise time management skills Willing to take on new tasks with an eagerness to learn new skills This position offers you an opportunity to help move the under- and unemployed job seeker to economic stability. If this sounds like a great opportunity for you, please, send your cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to (907) 644-9925, ATT: Zoe.
MAT-SU - PART TIME ESL INSTRUCTOR
Nine Star Education & Employment Services Monday-Friday, PT 20 hours per week POSITION SUMMARY Do you have a passion for instructing English language learners? Do you have connections with different cultural groups in the Mat-Su Valley? Would you like to be instrumental in helping to grow this program? If so, Nine Star is looking for YOU! This ESL instructor will provide outreach and instructional services to ESL students to equip the student with skills for everyday living and the world of work.
QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE POSITION Ability and willingness to follow adult basic education policies and procedures Ability to communicate effectively Have a professional, approachable and friendly attitude with all staff members, clients and visitors Personable, assertive disposition Ability to work independently as well as with team members Ability to organize, prioritize and work with minimal supervision Possess excellent time management skills; absolutely dependable and punctual Willingness to take on new tasks with an eagerness to learn new skills Ability to use good judgment to make sound decisions on complex issues Ability to problem solve with an understanding of when to ask for assistance Ability and willingness to utilize Nine Star ABE database to access student records and communicate student related information via database notes Ability and willingness to work with individuals from divers cultural and economic backgrounds and to address student goals in teaching strategy and lesson plans Ability to administer and score the BEST literacy test.
This position offers you an opportunity to help move the under- and unemployed job seeker to economic stability. If this sounds like a great opportunity for you, please, send your cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
MAT-SU - YOUTH EMPLOYMENT SPECIALIST
Nine Star Education & Employment Services Nine Star Education and Employment Services is currently recruiting for a Youth Employment Specialist.
This position falls under the guidance of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) to provide employment and/or education services to at-risk youth aged 16-24. The Youth Employment Specialist will also recruit employer partners to provide vocational training to the youth. This position will be based at Wasilla, Alaska inside the MYHouse building at 300 North Willow.
DUTIES: Recruit, assess, and enroll qualified at-risk youth into programming Provide goal-oriented case planning to assist youth in completing objectives Complete one year of follow up services on exited youth Coordinate youth services with local employers, educators, and other service providers Operate in partnership with the MYHouse organization Enter all relevant data into the database DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: A Bachelor Degree from an accredited university or an Associate degree in Human Services Experience working with an at-risk youth population Ability to work with a diverse population Background check will be completed prior to any offer of employment Interested applicants should email a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Anchorage Health Department There are 2 Community Health Nursing Supervisor positions open. Disease Prevention & Control, and the Reproductive Health Clinic. Enthusiastic, skilled, and compassionate team members! Check out the link for more information.
Maintenance Technician - Part-time
Anchorage Museum Do you, or someone you know, have maintenance experience and are in need of a part-time job that will help keep your skills honed? Then the Anchorage Museum is looking for you. We are currently recruiting for an experienced Maintenance Technician to assist with the general day-to-day daily maintenance and repair of the Museum’s electrical, plumbing, and carpentry systems. This position will also provide support to all areas of the Facilities department, including painting, appliances, furniture, vehicles, tools, and related equipment, as well as shared emergency maintenance response on or after hours, and on-call rotation. This part-time position may have a non-standard work schedule and will include occasional weekends.
General Duties • Maintain routine maintenance schedules, check lists, and ensure operational procedures are updated and kept current • Assist in the development of a preventive maintenance program for building mechanical systems • Routinely review maintenance related records with Deputy Director of Facilities and Operations • Perform and/or oversee all necessary repairs and replacements to lighting equipment • Oversee building key and lock systems • Inspect and complete required repairs on electrical, plumbing, carpentry, and other facility related repairs • Ensure the physical security, accountability, serviceability, and cleanliness of all maintenance tools, equipment storage areas, and tool bins, utilized or assigned • Ensure excellence in safety procedures and avoid accidents in accomplishment of all tasks performed and immediately reports any violations or potential hazards to the Deputy Director of Facilities and Operations • Respond to emergency situations and/or work overtime as required
Anchorage Museum The Anchorage Museum is seeking an individual with photograph and special collections experience and an interest in working with artists and researchers in promoting archival access to be our new Archivist.
Main Duties • Identify, arrange, inventory, organize and preserve archival materials (predominantly photographic materials) • Maintain national standards in cataloguing archival collections, including maintaining accession records • Provide reference and research assistance and instruction to researchers, members of the general public, and staff • Create finding aids • Manage archives content, collection descriptions and indices in the Museum’s electronic database systems to make materials available to Museum staff and the public • Manage photographic preservation and digitization projects, in conjunction with other department staff • Promote active use of the collections through collaboration with local, regional, statewide outreach programs, and Museum staff • Assist with research and inclusion of archival material in Museum exhibitions, programs and publications • Train and supervise volunteers and interns • Support the work of research fellows • Introduce archival collections to visiting artists, experts and researchers of the Museum and its programs • Seek and assist with grant funds for archival projects
The Bridge Individuals leveraging their lived experience and recovery to support individuals in crisis. Peers will be part of a Crisis Now mobile crisis team.
Senior program manager- public health specialist
Center for Safe Alaskans Safe Alaskans seeks to hire a Senior Program Manager who shares our vision and values. The Senior Program Manager will take the lead on assessing data to guide development of innovative initiatives, manage implementation of initiatives, and conduct program evaluation. To excel in this position the Senior Program Manager will stay up to date on scientific literature related to our work including injury prevention and safety communication. The Senior Program Manager will conduct qualitative and quantitative evaluation of projects as well as participate in research. The work includes disseminating findings through developing oral presentations and written reports.
Alaska SeaLife Center This position is responsible for delivering education programs focused on marine science in Alaska to a variety of audiences, and assisting in the development and maintenance of education projects.
Head Start Teachers & Assistant Teachers
Thrivalaska To provide a successful, safe and supervised educational setting for children while they are in the Head Start environment (classroom, outdoor play area, and field trips). To promote the social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development of Head Start children. Encourage parent involvement in all aspects of the program. To develop individual goals for children, provide on-going assessment on progress and facilitate transition into kindergarten. Guide and mentor classroom staff.
thread thread is looking for a Staff Accountant to provide assistance to staff and supervisors in all finance department matters under the direction of the CFO/ Finance Director, including assisting with financial forecasting, reconciling month/ quarter/ and year end financials, auditing payroll and grant budgeting and financial reporting. See complete description for details.
Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic Reporting to KBFPC’s Clinic Manager, the Care Coordinator interacts directly with Clinic clients and is responsible for providing high-quality care including client-centered and evidence-based preventative, sexual, and reproductive health services, education, and counseling. This full-time position plays an active, vital role in fulfilling KBFPC’s mission to provide broad access to reproductive health care services and education in a supportive and empowering environment. Candidates should have awareness of key concepts of sexual and reproductive health and experience providing direct services in a healthcare, social services, or other related setting, although additional training may be available.
Client Services Coordinator
Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic Reporting to KBFPC’s Clinic Manager, the Client Services Coordinator interacts directly with Clinic clients to provide information and education about reproductive and preventive health services at KBFPC. This full-time position plays an active, vital role in fulfilling KBFPC’s mission to provide broad access to reproductive health care services and education in a supportive and empowering environment.
Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic Coming soon! KBFPC is recruiting for a full-time Nurse Practitioner who is passionate about offering client-centered sexual and reproductive healthcare in a collaborative setting. If you are interested or would like to find out more about KBFPC, please get in touch!
Kids’ Corps. Inc Early Head Start & Head Start Support education opportunities for children and families by assisting, providing and implementing a quality developmentally appropriate preschool experience for children enrolled. Conduct home visits with families to emphasize the home as the child’s primary learning environment. Position Requirements: an Associate’s Degree or higher Early Childhood Education or related degree . Driver’s License (requires daily access to personal vehicle that is insured for purposes of home visiting and community contact).
Kids’ Corps. Inc. Early Head Start & Head Start Support education opportunities for children and families by assisting the Head Start teacher in providing and implementing a quality developmentally appropriate preschool experience for children enrolled. Position requires HS Diploma/GED or higher.
Kids’ Corps. Inc. Early Head Start & Head Start Promote family wellness and parent engagement by developing positive goal oriented relationships with families. Partner with families to initiate and implement the family partnership process and assist families to establish child development and family life practice goals to foster school readiness and life skills. Provide initial enrollment support and direct follow up with families interested in Head Start.
Covey Cafe' Manager
Covenant House Alaska The Covey Café Manager oversees the daily operation of the Covey Café, including barista training for interns, serving customers, maintaining cleanliness/sanitation, and keeping inventory and supplies stocked appropriately.
Development Database Assistant - Contractor
Covenant House Alaska Covenant House Alaska is hiring for a Part-Time Temporary Data Base Assistant with our Development Team. This is a Contracted position through the Agency. The contract will be for Six Month Increments. The position will be paid at $20 per/hour and will work a minimum of 10 and max of 20 hours per week. This position is responsible for ensuring the accurate and timely entry and maintenance of key databases used to track donors (currently Raiser’s Edge), donations and other development related information; to work closely with the Development and Administration teams to provide timely reports and data inputs thus supporting the Agency’s ability to continue its Mission.
Covenant House Alaska The Data Analyst reports to the Director of Data Management and Quality Assurance, this position promotes and coordinates the implementation and ongoing utilization of the Efforts to Outcomes (ETO) software and database. This position prepares statistical reports in various formats in accordance with agency and grant requirements. The Data Analyst maintains the integrity of data audits and also provides support to the Data Manager as needed. An integral part of this position requires the Data Analyst to stay educated about current and new ETO features and functionalities as well as concepts driving the development of ETO.
Director of Youth Engagement Services
Covenant House Alaska The Director of Youth Engagement Services will supervise the Youth Engagement Center Program Coordinator, Mack House Program Coordinator and provide oversite to the on-site partners including, but not limited to; Southcentral Foundation, Volunteers of America, and Nine star. This position will have emphasis on service delivery/system's knowledge, data quality and analysis, leadership development of staff, being a culture carrier, and a strong working knowledge of grants and non-profit budgets.
Director of Finance
Covenant House Alaska The Finance Director is responsible for the management of the organization’s finance and accounting activities across multiple programs, contracts, and grants. This includes oversight of accounts payable and receivable, budgeting, production of financial statements and reports. The Finance Director is also responsible for the annual audit and maintaining internal controls, while overseeing financial systems and related compliance requirements. The Finance Director must have experience in nonprofit accounting with government and non-government contract and grant management as well as the capacity to set and deliver outcomes in a fast-paced environment. The Finance Director will work closely with the Chief Executive Officer, the Chief Financial Officer and the Board of Directors in determining long-term financial goals and developing strategies to achieve the financial objectives of Covenant House Alaska.
Youth Engagement Specialist Lead
Covenant House Alaska The Youth Engagement Specialist Lead (YES Lead) provides and ensures high quality trauma informed service delivery in all aspects of youth care at the YEC through direct supervision, management, and program development. The YES Lead will build intentional relationships with youth, engage them in a variety of programming and work through their stages of change in order to drive toward long term positive outcomes. The YES Lead serves as the on-site supervisor, delegating shift responsibilities to YEC program staff, and therefore must exercise independent and sound judgment at all times particularly in regards to youth and facility safety.
Youth Engagement Specialist - Relief
Covenant House Alaska The Youth Engagement Specialist Relief (YES Relief) is a Per Diem, non-exempt position and will join the Covenant House Alaska (CHA) team at various program locations. The Youth Engagement Specialist Relief (YES Relief) provides and ensures high quality trauma informed service delivery in many aspects of youth in the care of Covenant House Alaska (CHA) through direct supervision, management, and program development. The YES Relief will build intentional relationships with youth, engage them in a variety of programming and work through their stages of change in order to drive toward long term positive outcomes.
Covenant House Alaska The Housing Department Associate Program Coordinator (APC) provides and ensures a high quality of service delivery in case work and all aspects of youth care across all CHA programs through direct supervision, management, and program development. In coordination with the Program Coordinator, the APC will work with program Permanency Navigators (PN) and Rapid Rehousing Case Managers (RRCM) and community partner to provide comprehensive services to youth while ensuring implementation of agency philosophy, policy, and procedures. The APC serves as the on-site supervisor for the Housing Department at the Navigation Center, delegating responsibilities to staff, and therefore must exercise independent and sound judgment at all times in regards to youth and facility safety.
Alzheimer's Resource of Alaska Work within the Care Coordination Resource of Alaska program for Alaskan seniors and persons experiencing disabilities in developing support plans to meet needs as available under Senior In-Home grant services or all Medicaid waiver types. Open position is in the Anchorage office.