Tue, November 05, 2019
That's right! You may have noticed there's a fresh new look and features on the CNFAIC website. Even more exciting is how easy and mobile friendly it is. We have been working to kick off winter 19/20 with this big web 'revamp' and we're very proud to show it off! What's new? WEATHER STATION MAP! See where each station is located and click for a quick look at the hourly data. WEATHER Page find the popular 'weather station list' for...
Tue, October 01, 2019
Mark your calendars for Friday, November 8th! The 7th Annual SAAW (Southcentral Alaska Avalanche Workshop) will be again starting off our winter season. Guest speakers will include Ken Wylie from Canada and Jamie Yount from the Colorado Department of Transportation. Details found at the workshop website: akavalancheworkshop.org.
Thu, August 15, 2019
The Chugach National Forest, Glacier Ranger District is currently seeking applicants for a GS-1341-07 Meteorological Technician. This is a full time 1039 hour temporary position located in Girdwood, AK. The vacancy announcement will be open in USA Jobs from 8/15-8/21/19. Please see the CNFAIC_Outreach_Notice for more details regarding the responsibilities and work environment of the position. If you are interested, please follow the Vacancy Announcement link below to view additional details and submit your application. Position: GS-1341-07 Meteorological Technician Duty Location: Girdwood, AK Vacancy...
Wed, April 24, 2019
The CNFAIC is currently accepting applications for next season's Internship Program! Closing date is July 29th, 2019. This program has been highly successful, a staple for the center and promotes a pipeline for aspiring snow/avalanche professionals. Please see details for job requirements, how to apply and who to contact with questions HERE! Photos: Past CNFAIC interns in the field. If you are interested please take a look at the application on the link above and reach out to us!
Tue, April 09, 2019
Please join the US and Canada in this joint survey looking into how to better serve you - the users!! We want to hear from all types of backcountry recreationalists, at every level, especially those that are just beginning to use the avalanche forecast. The survey takes around 30 minutes. Keep in mind those minutes could make a huge difference in making changes to how avalanche danger is conveyed and ultimately save more lives. Survey link: HERE. Participants will also be...