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Why Work for Teslin Tlingit Council?

Teslin Tlingit Council (TTC) is one of the first four Yukon First Nations to negotiate self-government with the federal government. We are a small, but talented and committed team who appreciate the skills and knowledge of new employees. TTC provides a unique opportunity to work with a government that is closely linked to the people and culture it serves. TTC believes in a safe and respectful workplace for its employees, in keeping with Tlingit values.

Teslin Tlingit Traditional Territory is located in and around the scenic Village of Teslin, 186 km south of Whitehorse. This small community offers a unique and unparalleled quality of life.

TTC Preferential Hire Policy

TTC aims to provide maximum employment opportunities for Citizens. Hiring preference wherever possible is given to TTC Citizens and their spouses. Preference is also given to other First Nation applicants. TTC employs both non-aboriginal and aboriginal employees. All individuals with the required skill sets are encouraged to apply for advertised positions. TTC Citizens are encouraged to contact Human Resources for advice and assistance with resumes, interview techniques, training options and career development.

Current Employment Opportunities: 

Auxiliary Administrative Assistant

This is an On-Call Position

Reporting to the Executive Manager, this position: provides reception duties for all TTC Departments to maintain effective and efficient communications with the public and TTC membership; picks-up, logs and codes incoming correspondence; distributes outgoing mail, provides Word processing and other daily duties. The position is also responsible for providing other general assistance to the department, as and when required.

Auxiliary Administrative Assistant

 Closing Date: Monday, October 22, 2018
**no later than 4pm*

Latest News

  1. News release Rick Scramstad 14-Jun-2018
  2. Government of Yukon and Teslin Tlingit Council sign intergovernmental agreement Rick Scramstad 12-Jan-2018
  3. TTC files a petition against the Government of Canada Rick Scramstad 20-Dec-2017

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