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  1. Identify an open position that you are interested in.
  2. Fill out an application.
  3. 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.
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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

The Native Village of Eyak

Human Resources Manager

The Native Village of Eyak is accepting applications for a Human Resources Manager.
The Human Resources Manager is a full-time, regular position.
This position is responsible for all aspects of the Human Resources Department including recruitment and orientation, benefits management, wage rates, and employment law compliance.

Experience Requirement:
Successful applicant should have a minimum three years of experience in an administrative accounting role. Three years human resource experience preferred.
Education Requirement:
Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources or related field preferred. College-level course work in human resources and/or accounting fields or any combination of education, training and experience that demonstrates the ability to perform the duties of the position.

Tribal Court

Tribal Judicial Systems Administrator

The Native Village of Eyak is accepting applications for a Tribal Judicial Systems Administrator.
The Tribal Judicial Systems Administrator is a full-time, regular position.
This position is responsible for coordinating all planning and project activities on time and budget. Administers Tribal Court and follows up on sentences with Court police officer. 
Continuing employment is contingent upon grant funding
Experience Requirement:
Two years high level administrative office/clerk experience required, court procedure experience preferred. Experience in record management and case management desired.
Education Requirement:
A.A. degree preferred, high school diploma or equivalent required. Must obtain Alaska based tribal clerk certification within 18 months of hire.

Tribal Family Services

TFS Resource Coordinator

The Native Village of Eyak is accepting applications for a TFS Resource Coordinator.
The TFS Resource Coordinator is a full-time, regular position.
This position is responsible for assisting NVE Tribal Members with Scholarships, Burial Assistance, BIA General assistance, and assisting with other department applications and services.

Experience Requirement:
Two years administrative/clerk office experience preferred.
Education Requirement:
Highschool diploma or equivalent required. Current Alaska Driver’s license with good driving record for past five years required.

Tribal Family Services

TFS Victim Advocacy & Response Coordinator

The Native Village of Eyak is accepting applications for a TFS Victim Advocacy & Response Coordinator.
The TFS Victim Advocacy & Response Coordinator is a full-time, regular position.
This position is responsible for the Native Village of Eyak’s domestic violence and sexual assault and children’s advocacy center programs.

Experience Requirement:
Two years experience working with victims of violence and two years experience in coordination multi-disciplinary teams preferred.
Education Requirement:
High school diploma or equivalent, training in crisis intervention, domestic violence and sexual assault preferred. Successful applicant must complete domestic violence and sexual assault training through the Alaska Network of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault and the Alaska Council on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault within one year of hire.

Ilanka Community Health Center

Behavioral Health Clinician

The Native Village of Eyak is accepting applications for an ICHC Behavioral Health Clinician.
The ICHC Behavioral Health Clinician is a regular, fulltime position.
Ilanka Community Health Center (ICHC) is a program of the Native Village of Eyak (NVE). This position is part of the Behavioral Health Team and works to provide compassionate, client-centered, and evidence-based care. Ilanka Community Health Center promotes a holistic, team-based approach by integrating behavioral health with 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

On-Call Clinic Housekeeper

The Native Village of Eyak is accepting applications for an ICHC On-Call Clinic Housekeeper.
The ICHC Clinic Housekeeper is an on-call position.
The Ilanka Community Health Center On-Call Clinic Housekeeper works on an On-Call Basis, as needed, with the Clinic Housekeeper, or to cover Clinic Housekeeper absences. Duties listed below are a general representation of most tasks. Detailed processes will be provided upon hire. Position is expected to work under the guidance of the Clinic Housekeeper and Clinical Services Manager.

Experience Requirement:
Preferred to have at least one-year cleaning experience. Training provided.
Education Requirement:
High school diploma or equivalent.

Requests for Proposals

The Native Village of eyak requesting proposals

PHASE II IMPROVEMENTS TO THE EYAK RIVER RECREATION AREA

Bids must be received in the NVE main office by 5:00pm Friday, July 9, 2021.

For more information, contact Sean O’Brien at (907) 424-7738