AASB Employment Opportunities

At AASB, you can make an impact across Alaska. We are advocates for Alaska’s youth. Join our growing team!


Current Open Positions

Fatherhood/Family Partnership Coordinator (Alaska STRONG Project Manager)

The Association of Alaska School Boards (AASB) is looking for a full or part-time position to support school district and community staff working with fathers and co-parents to engage in culturally responsive learning and play with their child. A successful applicant would have experience and passion for family and school partnerships, strengthening the roles of fathers, enjoying collaborating with state and federal partners, and appreciating local knowledge/contexts. The goal is to strengthen fatherhood skills, deepen family/school partnerships, and improve co-parenting relationships. The Fatherhood Coordinator will work closely with the AASB team, four small communities in Alaska, and our federal funders to support community partners working with fathers and families. 

Preference will be given to Juneau-based candidates, but other candidates will be considered. This position is funded through a five-year federal award made to AASB by the Administration for Children and Families: FIRE Fatherhood Grant. A full-time position would have additional grant reporting responsibilities. Salary depends on experience. 

Full Job Description

Applicants interested in being part of a collaborative team and this exciting opportunity should submit a cover letter summarizing your interest and experience, along with a current resume to Laurie Miller at lmiller@nullaasb.org.

Open until filled.

Trauma-Engaged Schools Coach

The Association of Alaska School Boards is looking for a part-time Trauma-Engaged Schools Coach to support trauma-engaged coaching and training with schools across Alaska. The Trauma-Engaged Schools Coach will work closely with AASB’s trauma-engaged team to support school district staff virtually and in person in building their trauma-engaged practices. This position will spend significant time supporting staff in achieving their own trauma-informed practice goals, offering one-on-one coaching, and sharing tools and resources with a range of school personnel.

A successful applicant will have experience in Alaska and experience working on building relationship-centered, trauma-informed, or restorative schools.

Full Job Description

This is a part-time, non-exempt position. Salary is $34-$38/hr. Afternoon availability is required.

Please send a cover letter and resume to lmiller@nullaasb.org.

For more information, contact Lauren Havens at lhavens@nullaasb.org.

Open until filled.