The Alaska Fire Science Consortium works directly with Alaska's interagency fire management community and researchers investigating fire science topics in Alaska's rapidly changing fire environment to improve communication and support management decisions with the best available science. The Coordinator is a vital member of the multifaceted AFSC team, supporting activities in both research development and science delivery to make a real difference in how science is used. Core activities involve coordination and communication between researchers and wildfire managers in Alaska, including the Alaska Wildland Fire Coordinating Group and its sub-committees. The successful candidate will be responsible for implementing and organizing webinars, workshops, and written products developed in collaboration with research teams, management leaders, and other AFSC staff.

A Master's degree and two years of research experience at the postgraduate level in fire science or related field, or an equivalent combination of training and experience in fire suppression, management, and/or fire science research is required.

Application review begins: 6 May 2024

For more information and to apply, go to: Full position description

For questions, contact:
Delia Lopez-Ketzler, UAF
Phone: 907-474-1960