Meet our Administrative Assistant

Thank you to all the amazing candidates who applied for our position of Administrative Assistant. It was a tough decision thanks to so many qualified individuals who submitted resumes.

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Robin Smith Atigun Pass Alaska

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Robin Smith, Alyeska

We are proud to introduce Robin Smith, as our selected Administrative Assistant. Robin is a lifelong Alaskan, raised in Fairbanks, but now living in Girdwood with her husband. She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to help with statewide snow safety issues. We look forward to getting to know Robin and sharing the great things we are confident we can accomplish together.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Seeking Administrative Assistant

Anchorage/Mat-Su, Alaska

Salary:   $15.50 – $22.85 DOE

Job Type: Part Time / Seasonal

NOTE: THIS IS A PART-TIME, SEASONAL POSITION THAT HAS THE POTENTIAL FOR FULL-TIME EMPLOYMENT DECEMBER THROUGH APRIL THIS POSITION IS NOT ELIGIBLE FOR OVERTIME

OPEN NATIONWIDE

Do you love the outdoors and snow sports? Are you interested in supporting people and making a difference? Consider joining the dedicated team at the Alaska Avalanche Information Center.  Our professionals are committed to providing the citizens and visitors of Alaska with the best in snow safety information.

Our mission is to support and promote avalanche forecasts, education, research, and professional development in the pursuit of healthy lifestyles and the reduction of unintentional injuries.

This is a telecommute/work-at-home position based in the Anchorage or Mat-Su area.

The role of this position is to provide assistance and support to the statewide Alaska Avalanche Information Center which exists to promote avalanche safety by reducing the impact of avalanches on recreation, industry and transportation in the State through a program of forecasting and education.

Description of Job: The right candidate will work directly with the statewide AAIC Director. They will be able to work independently with little to no management oversight, or as part of a team, whichever the situation requires.  This position demands honesty, integrity, dependability and the ability to interact well with the public. An interest in public safety and experience in backcountry travel are a must. Current certifications for wilderness medical, avalanche training (minimum Level I,) water safety, etc… are a plus and highly valued but not mandatory.

DUTIES

  • Research and write a weekly snow and trail information bulletin for six to eight local radio stations with lead forecaster or director oversight
  • Organize, schedule and support avalanche awareness and cold water safety outreach for schools, organizations, companies and the general public
  • Provide Media communications and briefings
  • Correspond with sponsors, donors, members and supporters through direct contact, social media and newsletters
  • Support and assist in the management of financial budgeting and tracking
  • Network with a wide range of professionals during conferences and meetings

Minimum Qualifications, Substitutions, Conditions of Employment & Appeal Rights

  • Must live in or be willing to locate to Southcentral Alaska (Anchorage/Mat-Su area.)

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Must be able to work independently with little to no supervision
  • Have interest or experience in education with people of all ages, elementary to adult
  • Possess an interest in public safety
  • Have experience in backcountry travel

NECESSARY SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be willing and able to work from home
  • Must possess and maintain a valid state of Alaska driver’s license
  • Must be willing and able to travel within the state

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Experience with Word Press and / or website management
  • Experience in journalistic and technical writing
  • Experience with Quick Books

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT

  • Approved background check from the Alaska State Troopers
  • Three personal references

Appeal Rights

If you receive notice that you have been eliminated from consideration for the position, you may protest the action by filing an appeal with the AAIC Board of Directors at info@alaskasnow.org within 10 days from the date you receive notice of the elimination.

Supplemental Information

NOTE: Applicants must submit a detailed cover letter and résumé at time of application.

Technical Competence – Technical experience as it relates to the duties outlined in this job announcement.

Experience – Demonstrate a broad range of experience that covers multiple areas outlined in this job announcement.  Experience should be varied with a wide range of customer service. We are looking for the right candidate to fill this position so even if you do not have all the desired attributes, if you have strong interest and think you can do the job, please call us at 907-982-0332.

Learn more here: AAIC Administrative Assistant Outreach

Apply now: JOB APPLICATION

 

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Debra McGhan

Debra McGhan