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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:

3 Auxiliary Maintenance Workers
Teslin Tlingit Council

Reporting to the Property Maintenance Officer, this position is responsible to plan, organize and carry-out all maintenance activities for TTC, CMHC, and Capital Asset building to that they operate in a safe and healthy manner. Assists the Property Maintenance Officer with the planning of repairs, estimates and forecasts budget requirements and compiles project reports.

Maintenance Workers

Closing Date: Thursday, January 18, 2018 **no later than 4pm**

Meals on Wheels Cook
Health & Social Services
Teslin Tlingit Council

Reporting to the Health & Social Office Manager, this position is responsible for the preparation of lunches in the Long House kitchen a minimum of three times per week. This includes costing items to achieve the best prices, purchasing and ensuring the proper storage of food items, meal preparation and ensuring the kitchen is maintained in a safe and sanitary manner at all times.

Meals on Wheels Cook

Closing Date: Thursday, January 18, 2018 **no later than 4pm**

Tlingit Language Coordinator
Teslin Tlingit Council

This is a five month term full time position
In pursuit of our Vision, the Teslin Tlingit Council is mandated to cooperatively continue to preserve and develop social, economic, political and cultural well-being of the Teslin Tlingit First Nation, to maintain our pride and independence based on trust and to conserve the wildlife, fish, their habitat and our traditional territory for the well-being of future generations.

The operations of TTC are guided by the Strategic Framework that sets out the Culture, Values, Mission, and Governance Goals which guide the operation of this Government. The governance Goals are; Culture & Language, Relationships, Environmental & Economy; Communications, Systems and Political.

Tlingit Language Coordinator

Closing Date: Tuesday, January 23, 2018 **no later than 4pm**

Records Information Manager
Teslin Tlingit Council

Reporting to the Executive Manager, the Records Manager ensures effective development and administration of processes and procedures for storage and maintaining of TTC’s information and records in all formats and mediums most commonly appearing in paper and electronic. This position also develops processes for auditing compliance to the standards put in place.

Records Information Manager

Closing Date: Friday, January 26, 2018 **no later than 4pm**

Latest News

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

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