Alaska Pacific University is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Alaska Pacific University (APU) is a private, independent university that emphasizes personal growth through student-centered, experiential education using Alaska, the Arctic and the Pacific Rim as laboratories for learning. We are a dynamic and growing liberal arts and professional studies university offering undergraduate, graduate and degree completion programs in an experiential mode. Alaska Pacific is dedicated to developing future and current leaders who have lifelong and critical learning skills. The faculty is expected to be flexible and willing to teach within an interdisciplinary environment – one that allows for teamwork, experimentation, and growth.
The University does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of race, sex, color, disability, national origin, religion, creed, age, marital status, change in marital status, sexual preference, citizenship or authorized alien status, veteran or disabled veteran status or Vietnam veteran status or any other classifications protected by law.
Alaska Pacific University only accepts applications for open positions. All interested applicants must complete an Application for Employment to be considered for open positions.
If you have any questions, please call Human Resources at (907) 564-8265.
Visiting Assistant Professor, Nursing and Community Health
Visiting Assistant Professor of Environmental Science
Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor of Business Administration
Alaska Pacific University (APU) invites applications for Assistant or Associate Professor of Business Administration or related field with particular interest in the development of business programs which meet the needs of Alaska, Alaska Natives, and rural communities. Preferred areas of expertise include finance, marketing, entrepreneurship, and/or business analytics.
Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor of Nursing
Alaska Pacific University (APU) invites applications for Assistant or Associate Professor of Nursing with demonstrated professional experience and desire to work on the development of new nursing programs to meet the needs of Alaska, Alaska Natives, and rural communities.
Kellogg Field School Coordinator
The Field School Coordinator is responsible for the management of Kellogg’s Field School and its involvement with educational programs.
Assistant to the Dean of Students
The Assistant to the Dean of Students primarily provides professional and secretarial support to the Dean of Students.
Sponsored Programs Director
The Sponsored Programs Director (Director) works with the Chief Advancement and Sponsored Programs Officer, President’s Office, and faculty to support grant-funded research and scholarly activity, and secure institutional and programmatic funding.
The Compliance/Risk Officer provides leadership, direction, and integration of compliance and risk assessment/reduction activities to fulfill university needs and state and federal regulations.
Chief Financial Officer
The Chief Financial Officer provides both operational and programmatic support to the organization. The CFO supervises the APU Financial Services Division and is the chief financial spokesperson for the organization.
Kellogg Campus Manager
The Kellogg Campus of Alaska Pacific University is a 900-acre working farm in the Matanuska Valley, 40 miles north of Anchorage in Palmer, AK.