Meet The Team
The Alaska Center for Energy and Power is on the cutting edge of applied energy research in Alaska. Since energy solutions are multi-disciplinary, ACEP has built our team carefully, involving affiliated researchers from across the university system and hiring carefully to keep our organization lean while developing specific, high priority skill sets to answer the questions that will drive Alaska’s energy future and inform solutions throughout the world.
If you are interested in joining the ACEP team, please see the job openings available through the University of Alaska Fairbanks online portal. Unsolicited resumes and cover letters may also be submitted to Marcia Cassino at email@example.com for future consideration.
Current Job Openings
Post Doctoral Fellow Position Open
ACEP’s Power Systems Integration team is seeking a Post-Doctoral Fellow. View the position posting at http://bit.ly/2eaitFa. Review of applications began November 13th, 2016 and will continue until filled.
One of ACEP’s strategic priorities is to produce a prepared, professional workforce by training, educating and mentoring students through real world, compelling project opportunities. ACEP relies on graduate and undergraduate students to be integral members of the team, working side by side with research faculty and other staff as well as our industry and agency partners.
Hear more about becoming a student researcher at ACEP.
Current Job Openings for Students
Student Assistant Needed for Website Management
ACEP is hiring a student assistant to perform the day-to-day maintenance of our organizations web presence and social media.
We are looking for:
- UAF student of Junior or Senior standing
- web design/management experience
- a collaborative worker
- a talented multitasker
- strong interpersonal skills
- attention to detail
Inquiries can be sent to the Outreach and Marketing Manager, Melody Moen, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*The Alaska Center for Energy and Power has discontinued its internship program as a result of University of Alaska budgetary reductions.