Work With Us

  1. Identify an open position that you are interested in.
  2. Fill out an application.
  3. Submit your Resume, Cover Letter, any Letters of Recommendation, and completed application to:  hr@eyak-nsn.gov or FAX to 907-424-7739


Snow Removal

Event Staff

Gift Shop Attendant

General Laborer

Office Help


If you are interested, please complete an NVE Application and email it to hr@eyak-nsn.gov

*On-Call applications need to be updated annually.*


dA-xaag-L. Work With Us.

Are you seeking to work in a dynamic atmosphere with a strong teamwork culture? The Native Village of Eyak, located on the North Gulf Coast of Alaska, might be the right fit for you!

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

Current Job Postings

The Native Village of Eyak

Human Resources Administrative Assistant

A number of candidates are moving forward in the interview process.  

The application period is now closed.  ~05/23/2023 5:30PM

Ilanka community health center


The ICHC Dentist position provides a rare opportunity for those who love the outdoors to live in one of the most beautiful and abundant coastal communities in Alaska.   This position provides routine, preventative, and restorative services for all age groups.

Education and Experience:

  • DDS/DMD from accredited dental college or university.
  • Two years post-graduate experience preferred but not required.
  • Active, unrestricted dental license required.
  • Active DEA license.
  • CPR Pro/BLS Certification required.
  • Must pass a background and fingerprint check.
THe Native Village of Eyak

Housing and Capital Projects Administrative Assistant/Housing Coordinator

This position performs administrative support to the Housing and Capital Projects Director and oversees our Housing and Urban Development (HUD) program.  Additionally, this person must be self-motivated to become well versed in HUD grants and programs and must actively work to aid Tribal members in need of programmatic housing assistance.

Education and Experience:

  • Two years of administrative/clerk office experience is preferred.
  • High School diploma or equivalent is required. 
  • Current Alaska Driver’s license with a clean driving record is required.
THe Native Village of Eyak


The Native Village of Eyak is accepting applications for a Receptionist.
The Receptionist is a part-time, regular position.
This position is responsible for first line visitor contact, light administrative support and back up for supply orders and mail processing.

Education and Experience:
• Highschool diploma or equivalent required.
• Training in administrative functions preferred.
• Office experience setting preferred.
• Current Alaska Driver’s license with clean driving record

Ilanka Community Health Center


The Ilanka Community Health Center Housekeeper works an anticipated 20-25 hours or longer if needed to complete housekeeping and infection control tasks.  The duties listed below are a general representation of most tasks.  Detailed processes will be provided upon hire. 

Education and Experience:
• Highschool diploma or equivalent.
• Previous commercial cleaning experience preferred.  Training can be provided.
• Current Alaska Driver’s license preferred

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Medical Director


The Medical Director provides medical expertise and leadership for ICHC clinical staff, participating in program oversight and strategic development of clinic services.  This position represents Native Village of Eyak to HRSA, IHS, and other government agencies, working closely with the Health Administrator and Clinical Services Director to ensure quality provision of services.

This is a Part-Time, Flexible position. 

Licensure Requirements:

  • MD or DO degree, at least 5-years’ clinical experience.
  • Board Certified with active, unrestricted State of Alaska license.
  • DEA license.
  • BLS or CPR Pro required, ACLS, and PALS certification recommended. 


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Behavioral Health Clinician

The Behavioral Health Clinician is part of the Behavioral Health Team and works to provide compassionate, client-centered, and evidence-based care. 

This position requires passing a background check and fingerprint-based criminal history check in accordance with Indian Child Welfare Act and Alaska Administrative Code 10.900-7 AAC 10.990.

This is a full-time, regular position.

Education and Experience:

• Master of Science/Arts in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology, or any acceptable related field from an accredited organization, is required.  

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

This position establishes methods and procedures for attaining specific goals and objectives and receives guidance in terms of broad goals. Only the final results of work are typically reviewed.

Ultrasound Tests to be performed:

  • Abdomen
  • OB/GYN (Obstetrics and Gynecology)
  • Transthoracic echo
  • Vascular Technology
  • Breast
  • Other duties as assigned.

This is a Part-Time, Flexible position.

Education and Experience:

Must have a minimum 2 years’ experience in medical diagnostic sonography including cardiac.

Must hold a minimum of an Associate’s degree in medical diagnostic sonography from a school accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Diagnostic Medical Sonography and be registered with American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography.

Requests for Proposals

Request for Tribal Artist Proposals

Traditional Tattoo "Shadows"

The Native Village of Eyak’s (NVE) Cultural Department is requesting proposals from tribal members who have an interest in shadowing traditional tattooist, Holly Mititquq Nordlum, between April 12th-16th, 2023. Two tribal members may shadow Holly, but we ask that at least one treat this opportunity as a serious, possible career avenue. 

To be considered, respondents must send submittals to NVE’s Cultural Coordinator, prior deadline, with a completed application attached, and meet tribal member requirements (see section VIII, A). Deadline: Proposals will be accepted until: 11:59pm (AKST) on Sunday, April 2nd, 2023.

Email proposals to NVE’s Cultural Director: Danaya.Hoover@eyak-nsn.gov

Mark submittal emails with subject: “Traditional Tattoo Shadow Application”