Assistant Station Manager - Toolik Field Station
Tuesday, February 16, 2016 11:25 AM

Toolik Field Station (TFS) is seeking enthusiastic and experienced individuals for the two identical

positions of Assistant Station Manager. Toolik Field Station is located in the northern foothills of the

Brooks Range, Alaska (10 hour drive north of Fairbanks) and has been a major site for national and

international scientific research in the North American Arctic since 1975. The station is operated by the

Institute of Arctic Biology at the University of Alaska Fairbanks with support from the National Science

Foundation. TFS provides year-round housing, meals, laboratories, and science support services for

500+ scientists and students from 100+ institutions annually.

The Assistant Station Managers will act as the Toolik Field Station (TFS) camp manager during times

when the TFS Facility Supervisor (Camp Manager) is not on-site and assist the Camp Manager when he is

on-site at TFS. The two Assistant Station Managers will alternate on a schedule of roughly two weeks on-

site and two weeks on-break year round, allowing for 100% on-site coverage of the functions of this

position. However, shifts will sometimes need to be shorter or longer than what is detailed above. TFS

provides transportation between Fairbanks and Toolik Field Station.

These are full-time positions with benefits. To learn more and apply, use the following address:

For more information about the position, contact Brett Biebuyck ([email protected], 907-474-

2466) or Chad Diesinger ([email protected], 907-474-7833).

UAF is an EO/AA Employer and Educational Institution.