Alaska Sea Grant recruiting for program administrator and communication lead
Alaska Sea Grant, part of the University of Alaska Fairbanks, is accepting applications for two full-time professional positions essential to the success of our work serving Alaskans through the conservation and sustainable use of Alaska’s coastal, watershed and marine resources.
The Program Administrator will oversee development, management, analysis, reporting and administration of the Alaska Sea Grant program, which engages in research, education, and outreach statewide, related to Alaska’s coastal resources, economies, and communities. This senior administrative position will have supervisory responsibilities and be part of the program’s management team. For more details on job duties and qualifications, and to apply, see the Alaska Sea Grant program administrator job posting. This position is open until filled, with initial application review starting August 11, 2020.
Applications are also invited for the position of Communications Lead for Alaska Sea Grant. This person will serve to communicate Alaska Sea Grant research, education, and outreach related to Alaska’s coastal resources, economies, and communities for diverse audiences. They will work closely with the director to set communications priorities and lead the ASG communications and public relations activities. For more information on this position’s duties and qualifications, and to apply, see the Alaska Sea Grant communications lead job posting. Review of applications will begin August 10, 2020, and the position will remain open until filled.
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