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IGAP Environmental Coordinator

Ugashik Traditional Village Council


Position Title: Environmental Program Coordinator

Salary Range: DOE per hour/40 hrs. a week

Term: Permanent-Full time (IGAP Grant Funded) 


This position is primarily located at the Ugashik Traditional Village (UTV) offices in Anchorage, Alaska, with primary responsibility to developing a tribally based program to address environmental concerns in the village of Ugashik, AK. Position will require travel to the village. 


1. High School graduate

2. Two years professional office work experience

3. Supervisory experience

4. Excellent research/writing and communications skills

5. The ability to travel to Ugashik three to four times per year.

6. Familiarity with Bristol Bay area, people and culture

7. Ability to work independently and attention to detail

8. Strong familiarity with Microsoft Office

9. Experience in environmental conservation 


The UTV Environmental Coordinator is responsible for the overall management and delivery of the UTV environmental program. This position reports directly to the UTV Tribal Administrator for all administrative support. The UTV Environmental Coordinator is responsible for, but not limited to the following:

1. Implementing the EPA-Indian General Assistance Program (IGAP) work plan and budget.

2. Prepare bi-annual progress reports for the EPA-IGAP granting agency.

3. Develop and manage grant assistance applications for the environmental program.

4. Develops proposals for future IGAP funding.

5. Provides contract oversight, as needed.

6. Attends required IGAP and environmental training as needed.

7. Travels to Ugashik as needed for environmental program oversight

8. Drafts correspondence (letters, memos, reports), as needed.

9. Receives, reads, and routes incoming correspondence and calls to Tribal Administrator and UTV Council Members

10. Maintains records of incoming and outgoing correspondence and action documents.

11. All other work tasks as assigned associated with the environmental program. 


Preference may be given on submission of certification with employment application.

Submit Application via email to or fax to 907-338-7659 (please note, the correct email address is""  if you submitted an application to "' please resend to the correct email address, "")



The Office of Indian Education would like to broadcast the following job announcement: 

The U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Elementary and Secondary Education (OESE) posted a vacancy announcement on October 11, 2016, for the position of the Director for the Office of Indian Education please see below for details. 

Open October 11, 2016 thru November 8, 2016

Current Federal Employees -

All U.S. citizens - 

The mission of the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education is to promote academic excellence, enhance educational opportunities and equity for all of America's children and families, and to improve the quality of teaching and learning by providing leadership, technical assistance and financial support. The Office of Indian Education supports this mission through its direct work with states, local educational agencies, Indian tribes and organizations, postsecondary institutions, and other entities to meet the unique educational and culturally related academic needs of American Indian and Alaska Native students.  

The Director for the Office of Indian Education is a key leadership position in OESE and serves as a substantive resource to the Assistant Secretary for Elementary and Secondary Education on the formulation of policy, the design of operating programs, legislative proposals, and controversial and sensitive issues related to the education of American Indian and Alaskan Native students.  In addition, the Director advises the senior Departmental officials and their offices on national trends and future needs of American Indians and Alaska Natives. Furthermore, the Director provides essential leadership in the facilitation and collaboration with the National Advisory Council on Indian Education (NACIE) to ensure that the statutory duties of NACIE are carried out, and serves as liaison between NACIE and senior Department officials. 

We are seeking a motivated, talented and knowledgeable leader for this position. If you know of someone that meets the qualifications outlined in the vacancy announcement, please encourage him or her to apply by the November 8, 2016 deadline.  


USAJobs has other, multiple job openings throughout the United States with several openings in Alaska.  Click here for the USAJobs website.


Bristol Bay Area Health Corporation 

Currently there are quite a few Bristol Bay Area Health Corporation job opportunities available!  Click here for the vacancy list, which was updated October 17th, and here for an employment application.  If you have any questions, please call BBAHC Human Resources at 907-842-9325, which is the direct line to their office.  

Please note, one of the vacancies is in South Naknet for a Community Heath Aide - Practioner.  See information below for more details:  

POSITION TITLE: Community Health Aide - Practitioner 


PAY RANGE:              DOE 

FUNCTIONS:  Provides primary healthcare, within given limits of level of training, standing orders, and scope of practice including preventive, acute and emergency care to residents of an assigned village within the Bristol Bay region. 

QUALIFICATIONS:   Must be high school graduate or have GED certificate or equivalent.  Achieves a score on the standardized Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) Level D, indicating eighth grade level competence in Applied Math, Math Computation, and Reading.  Must have basic computer skills.  Prefer ability to speak local native language.  Dependable and maintains confidentiality.  Resides in assigned community or sub region.  Able to leave the home community for periods of 1 to 6 weeks or more for training.  Able to provide year-round coverage of clinic hours.  If assigned to a specific village, recommended by the Traditional Village Council of the assigned village.  Must successfully pass the pre-employment drug and alcohol screening.  If authorized to drive a community vehicle, must have a current, insurable driver’s license.  Must receive all immunizations and successfully complete all testing required for attending Session Training.  Must be able to meet all physical requirements of Session training including travel by air, extended time away from home, and full participation in activities including blood draws, injections, and IVs both as a caregiver in training and as a subject.  Must work in other village clinics for limited times.  Must be available for ETT training, Pre-session, Session I training and other training and meetings as directed by BBAHC. 


Bristol Bay Area Health Corporation

Human Resources Department

P.O. Box 130

Dillingham, AK 99576

(907) 842-5201 extension 6325

In Alaska 1 800-478-5201 ext. 6325 

Pre-employment drug screening required, must meet eligibility criteria of the Alaska Barrier Crimes Act and if applicable the Indian Child Protection Act

Alaska Native and American Indian Preference is hiring under PL93-638   

More information may be obtained on the BBAHC website -