Division of
Natural and Applied Sciences

Toolik Field Station – Web Developer 

Toolik Field Station (TFS) is a research station operated and managed by the Institute of Arctic Biology at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF). TFS provides logistical, operational, and scientific support to visiting scientists conducting Arctic research. TFS is seeking a full-time web developer to join our team. The web (full-stack) developer will have both front- and back-end web experience with a strong emphasis on web-based application and services development. They will continue the development of the Toolik Field Station website (front-end) and our web based applications through a dashboard that we call myToolik (back-end). This dashboard is database driven and has become fundamental to the day to day operations of the station to both staff and researchers visiting the station. Each member of our staff is committed to working to create and sustain an equitable and inclusive work environment where cultural diversity is celebrated and valued. Toolik Field Station is committed to providing a safe and inclusive environment to everyone at the station. We believe diversity benefits and enriches the Toolik community. 
 
Required Experience & Education  
Bachelor’s degree in computer science, software development, software engineering or related field or equivalent education and experience. 
A minimum of two (2) years of experience involving: Programming web applications. 
Operating, maintaining, and supporting web applications. Gathering requirements, planning and documenting work, and leading the development of web projects. 
Experience with two of the three computer languages HTML, JAVA, Python, CSS, or other related languages. 
Experience querying databases with SQL or similar. 
 
For more information about the job duties, responsibilities, requirements, and benefits please visit the University of Alaska Job board and search for job number 525525 or follow this link https://careers.alaska.edu/en-us/job/525525/web-developer 
 
If you have any questions please contact Dr. Amanda Young, the TFS Spatial and Environmental Manager (ayoung55 at alaska.edu) or an Human Resource representative at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.