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The Admin Generalist/Administrative Assistant position is term funded and renewed annually at the university's discretion. Currently this is a 37.5 hour/week, 10.5 month position at Northwest Campus with a focus on campus administrative support of the Instructional Services department and campus departments as needed.

Minimum Qualifications: High School Diploma or equivalent and two years office/administrative experience. Must have a valid Alaska Driver's License.
Salary is at Grade 76: $25.29/hour
Next Review Date is June 23

For a complete job description and to apply, go to

Attach a cover letter that includes your qualifications as they pertain to the position requirements, a current resume that includes past supervisors, and three professional letters of reference.

Background Check: The successful applicant is required to complete a background check.

UAF Northwest Campus is looking for a full-time Applied Business faculty member to join our team!

The job involves teaching office/business courses on topics such as QuickBooks, Excel, accounting, Word, supervisory skills, admin assistant skills, small business skills, and more.

Courses will be taught in-person in Nome, in regional villages, and by distance.

We're looking for someone with at least a bachelor's degree in business or a related field, and successful teaching experience at the community college or university level. MBA or related master's degree or professional licenses preferred.

Apply now!

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Sewing for Beginners
Written by Caleb Weaver   
Friday, 29 April 2016 11:51

with Rhonda Schneider

Mon & Wed / 6-8pm /Oct 29 - Nov 16
Seven 2-hour sessions / 1 credit / APAR F150P / CRN TBA
Cost: $TBA  + materials

This course is designed for students who have little or no experience using a sewing machine.  Basic projects will include sewing for around the home, sewing for children,  altering, repairing and re-purposing. Students will learn simple steps that can lead to more sophisticated sewing projects.  Each week there will be different projects with specific objectives and new skills to learn.


Rhonda Schneider has been sewing for a long time with experience in new creations, alterations and even upholstery.  She has taught many people to become comfortable and accomplished with their sewing machine.

Managing a Small Business
Written by Caleb Weaver   
Friday, 29 April 2016 11:10

with Shannon Knowles

M & W  /5:10 - 6:420pm / Aug 29 - Dec 17
Twenty Eight 1.5-hour sessions / 3 credits / ABUS F273, UN1 / CRN 77458
Cost: $216 + books
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This course will be delivered over the Internet using audio conference, Blackboard and Blackboard Collaborate.

In this course, explore entrepreneurship and management, starting a new business, buying an existing business or franchise.  Managing, marketing, staffing, financing, budgeting, pricing, operational analysis and controls.

Shannon Knowles is assistant professor of applied business at UAF - NWC.  She has Master's Degrees in Adult Education and Training & Management.

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