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Are you up for working in a dynamic atmosphere with a strong teamwork culture? The Native Village of Eyak, located on the North Gulf Coast of Alaska, may be the right fit for you.

Step One: 
Identify an open position that you are interested in.

Step Two: 
Download and fill out an application.

Step Three: 
Send your completed application to hr@eyak-nsn.gov or fax to (907)-424-7739. You may also attach your current resume, CV, and/or cover letter.

Questions? 
Email hr@eyak-nsn.gov or call Aniessa at (907)-424-7738.


The Native Village of Eyak follows P.L. 93-638 and gives preference for employment opportunities to qualified Alaska Native and Native American applicants.

Job Postings

department of environmental and natural resources

DENR Fisheries Technician II

DENR Fisheries Technician II

The Native Village of Eyak is accepting applications for a DENR Fisheries Technician II.
The position is full time, seasonal (April-July)
This is a mid-level fisheries technician position for the Native Village of Eyak-DENR, Cordova, Alaska. The positions will support project managers in continuing a long-term salmon monitoring program to estimate the annual in river abundance of Copper River Chinook salmon. Responsibilities include active and passive radio tagging, telemetry, Alaska freshwater fish ID, operation of research fishwheels, use of multibeam sonar, and fisheries data collection following established protocols. Beneficial skills include experience with boating, tools, machinery, carpentry, as well as the ability to thrive in the wilderness. The majority of work occurs outdoors at two well-established remote field sites. Travel, fieldwork, daily boat operation, and remote living for an extended period of time will be required.

 

department of environmental and natural resources

DENR Fisheries Technician II

DENR Fisheries Technician III

The Native Village of Eyak is accepting applications for a DENR Fisheries Technician III.

The position is full time, seasonal (April-July)

This is a senior technician position within the Native Village of Eyak’s Department of the Environment and Natural Resources working in established programs both in the field and office. This position supports Biologists in successfully conducting research in fisheries and wildlife, and may also be utilized in environmental programs. Supervision of subordinate technicians will be required, as will regular travel, and frequent fieldwork in remote areas.

Ilanka Community Health Center

Behavioral Health Coordinator

This is a regular, full-time position. 

Ilanka Community Health Center (ICHC) is a program of the Native Village of Eyak (NVE). The Behavioral Health Coordinator position oversees all aspects of the behavioral health department, meeting grant deliverables and is primarily responsible for program development, management, and clinician oversight. Ilanka Community Health Center promotes a team-based approach in integrating behavioral health and medical care.

Ilanka Community Health Center

Medical Diagnostic Sonographer 

This position is part time with flexible hours. 

The diagnostic medical sonographer balances patient interaction and technological performance with a firm knowledge in anatomy and pathology while working cohesively with Ilanka’s healthcare team. 

Ilanka Community Health Center

Revenue Cycle Supervisor

ICHC Revenue Cycle Supervisor
The Native Village of Eyak is accepting applications for an ICHC Revenue Cycle Supervisor.
The ICHC Revenue Cycle Supervisor is a regular, fulltime position.
The Revenue Cycle Supervisor oversees all aspects of clinic revenue cycle, including financial reporting, budget and forecast preparation. This position also oversees clinic grant reporting preparation as well as development and implementation of internal control policies and procedures.

Ilanka Cultural Center

On-Call Gift Shop Clerk

 

The Native Village of Eyak is accepting applications for a Ilanka Cultural Center On-Call Gift Shop Clerk.
The Ilanka Cultural Center Gift Shop Clerk is an on-call position.
The Ilanka Cultural Center On-Call Gift Shop Clerk maintains and cashiers the gift shop & webstore.

Education Requirement
Bachelor’s degree in business preferred. High school diploma or equivalent required.
Experience Requirement
1-year customer service experience preferred.

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