Employment


Fairbanks North Star Borough is seeking an Administrative Assistant IV for their Human Resources department. Please click the link below for more information about this vacancy.

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Trickster Company, which is owned by Doyon Shareholders and Doyon Foundation Alumni, Rico and Crystal Worl, is soliciting for a Store Manager for its Juneau store. The Store Manager oversees store operations, employees, recruitment, inventory and financial outcome.

For more information or to apply, click HERE.

As a first step since receiving the three-year, $900,000 Native American Language Preservation and Maintenance grant from the Administration for Native Americans, Doyon Foundation is seeking applications for a project manager for the Doyon Languages Online project.

“We are very excited to start working on this project and are looking for a dynamic individual to join our team,” said Doris Miller, Foundation executive director.

As part of the Doyon Languages Online project, a total of 280 introductory online lessons will be created for five of the critically endangered Doyon languages: Holikachuk, Denaakk’e, Benhti Kenaga’, Hän, and Dinjii Zhuh K’yaa. The lessons will be made widely available to language teachers and learners in Alaska and throughout the United States. Language teachers will also receive training in using the lessons in local educational settings, from schools to homes to community events.

Under the supervision of the Foundation’s Language Revitalization Program director, the Doyon Languages Online project manager will be responsible for all stages of the Doyon Language Online project, to include project development, implementation, oversight, and grant compliance requirements. In this exciting position, the project manager will design a curriculum template, oversee content creation and delivery, lead community outreach, and handle grant reporting.

Applicants should have at least three years experience in education or related field, a bachelor’s degree in education or related field, at least two years demonstrated experience managing federal grant awards and grant reporting requirements, and experience or studies in Alaska Native languages or linguistics.

View the job description for more information on essential functions; required knowledge, skills and abilities; minimum qualifications and other details. Interested applicants are encouraged to apply online. The job application closing date is November 1.

For more information on Doyon Foundation and the Doyon Languages Online project, visit www.doyonfoundation.com or contact Doris Miller, executive director, at millerd@doyon.com or 907.459.2050.

Join the Alaska Native Medical Center Lodging team.  See the flyer below for more information about the job fair which will be held Thursday, October 27th in Anchorage.

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Apply by Thursday, August 4

Doyon Foundation is recruiting Alaska Native high school graduates or GED recipients to apply for a scholarship to attend the 13-week intensive Law Enforcement Academy training program, to be held August 15 – November 11 at the University of Alaska Fairbanks Community and Technical College. Completed applications must be received by Thursday, August 4. Download the application packet here.

Completion of the training program will qualify you for employment in the security division of Doyon Universal Services (DUS). We have partnered with DUS, which has offered to pay the fees for items required in the application, including criminal history, drug test, driving record history and fingerprints.

The $7,500 scholarship to attend the training is generously provided by the Alyeska Pipeline Service Company Alaska Native Program.

If you or someone you know are interested in a career in law enforcement, please review the eligibility requirements and learn about the application process in the application packet available on our website. Remember that completed applications must be received by Thursday, August 4.

For more information or to request a hard-copy application packet, please call the Foundation at 907.459.2048 or 1.888.478.4755 ext. 2048.

Are you a Doyon Foundation scholarship recipient? Looking for a way to gain some hands-on experience (and a little dough in your pocket)? Would you like to help other Foundation students? Then read on!

Doyon Foundation is currently seeking applicants for our scholarship program student internship! In this full-time, temporary position, you’ll work side by side with the Foundation staff in our Fairbanks office, helping us support students and keep the scholarship program running smoothly.

Interested? Learn more about the responsibilities and qualifications here. If you think you’re the right person for the job, apply online here!

JOB POSTING: Tribal Communication and Outreach Specialist (Public Affairs); U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Anchorage or Fairbanks, Alaska; Salary $53,597 – $77,726 (GS-9/11/12).

Help make our USFWS-Tribal communications and partnerships across the State of Alaska the best they can be! Enjoy this great opportunity providing key, high-level communications between the USFWS and our Alaska Native partners, to include tribal governments, organizations, and corporations. In addition, working with a high-output public affairs team writing stories, news releases, posting on social media, and providing information to the public and partners provides a developmental opportunity to gain on-the-job and formal training to reach the full performance level.

This job will be posted this week (probably Wednesday) on USAjobs.gov, with a 2 week application period. Contact at USFWS is Crystal Leonetti: Crystal_leonetti@fws.gov, 907-786-3868.

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