Job opening: Alaska Native, Indigenous, and Rural Outreach Program (ANIROP) Coordinator
by Green & Gold News |
Alaska Native, Indigenous, and Rural Outreach Program (ANIROP) Coordinator position has been posted. To ensure consideration please apply prior to the review date of May 28, 2021. This recruitment will close to all applications on June 13, 2021, at 11:55 pm, Alaska Standard Time.
UAA's Department of Residence Life is now recruiting for our Alaska Native, Indigenous, and Rural Outreach Program Coordinator. The Department of Residence Life at the University of Alaska Anchorage provides students with a living and learning environment that supports the academic experience. The Alaska Native, Indigenous, and Rural Outreach Program (ANIROP) Coordinator plays a vital role in welcoming and supporting our Alaska Native and Indigenous residents, as well as residents from rural areas. Residence Life is seeking candidates eager to work with college students from diverse backgrounds and experiences navigate the collegiate experience while educating our community on Alaska Native and Alaskan cultures. Beyond one-one connections with students, the ANIROP Coordinator manages the Cama-i Room, a social gathering place, study center, and space for all residents to connect to community and University resources. The ANIROP Coordinator works closely with Native Student Services, as well as other Alaska Native serving organizations, to achieve the goal of supporting each Alaska Native and Indigenous student’s personal and academic success. Candidates should have experience with and a passion for working with Alaska Native and Indigenous populations. Candidates with experience working in residential settings, especially in an educational context, will be well prepared to work with our diverse student population. Similarly, candidates with a background in behavioral health or social work will be able to assist residents in overcoming life challenges that create barriers to their success while in college.