Transit Bus Driver
We currently have the following positions available
This position will assist the Tribal Administrator in developing potential Tribal Codes; oversee program budgets; act as the liaison between funding agencies, team members, and the Tribal Council; oversee the collection of performance/outcome data for grant requirements; and assist with the development of policies/procedures for a potential Tribal Court. The Tribal Court Coordinator will be directly accountable to the Tribal Administrator. Click the link for qualifications.
The Transit Bus Driver operates a transit bus in a safe and efficient manner, operates bus in and around pedestrians and heavy traffic. They will follow/obey all laws and regulations, operate on various road conditions, and work in a team environment. They will be expected to perform whatever task is necessary to ensure high quality service and enjoyable experience. They will follow the direction of the Transportation Manager and/or Transit Coordinator, perform daily routine equipment inspection and maintenance. Identifies and reports equipment repair/maintenance deficiencies to the Transportation Manager/Transit Coordinator. Will keep daily inspection/maintenance/service log. Drive regular routes, collect fares, and assist disabled passengers.
Journeyman Level Carpenter
Tribal Court Coordinator
Performs any combination of duties necessary to improve home health and safety, usually working in a utility capacity, transferring from one task to another where demands require a worker with varied experience and ability to work without close supervision. Must be able to safely use a variety of hand and power tools. Work is usually performed with other workers.
The Carpenter position is a craftsman with a skill and experience level greater than a helper or laborer, but less than a Lead Carpenter. The Carpenter will generally utilize a smaller tool inventory than a Lead Carpenter and may need direction to perform more advanced carpentry skills. The Carpenter must possess sufficient carpentry skills and knowledge to safely work alone. This position is on-site, in the field and may involve work at multiple job sites during a workday.
1330 Craig-Klawock Highway
P.O. Box 828 Craig, Alaska 99921
Ph: (907) 826-3996
This is a full-time position. The Administrative Secretary will be responsible for providing administrative support for the Administrative and Financial Departments, recording Tribal Council minutes, make meeting arrangements, prepare reports and backup financial data. Additional duties may include fielding telephone calls, receiving and directing visitors, word processing, filing and faxing.
The Craig Tribal Association in recruiting for TWO full-time carpenters. These positions will work both independently and together to perform a variety of duties necessary to begin construction of the new 4-Plex. The duties will include but not limited to: installation of exterior siding, gutters, HRV systems, insulation, counters, walls, flooring, windows, etc. The construction carpenters will be directly accountable to the Lead Carpenter and under the general supervision of the Tribal Administrator. Click the link for a more detailed description and qualifications.
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