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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:

Summer Students 2017
Teslin Tlingit Council

Anticipated Positions:
1. Heritage Centre – 2 full time positions
2. Health & Social – 1 Meals on Wheels position
3. Health & Social – 1 Daycare & Homecare position
4. Workforce Development – 1 office assistant position
5. Capital & Infrastructure – 8 field positions
6. Lands & Resource – 2 full time positions
7. Executive – 1 full time position
8. Implementation & Negotiations – 1 full time position
9. IT – 1 full time position

All applicants must be:
- Preference will be given to Teslin Tlingit Council citizens & beneficiaries
Applicants for positions that are funded only for students must also meet the following criteria:
- Enrolled in public school
- Completed the 2016/2017 academic year at a higher education institute
- And continuing studies in 2017/2018 school year

Summer Students 2017

Closing Date: Thursday, June 22, 2017 **no later than 4pm**

Recruitment & Staff Relations Officer
Teslin Tlingit Council

This is a full time position

Reporting to the Workforce Development Director, the Recruitment & Staff Relations Officer is responsible for recruitment, developing, implementing, maintaining and reviewing the First Nation’s plans related to fair and equitable human resources policy development and administration. Providing support, guidance and advice to management and employees in matters relating to performance management and discipline; assisting and participating in the research and development of human resource management policies and procedures. The incumbent is responsible for conducting all recruitment for TTC and to ensure that competitions are conducted in accordance with policy and in keeping with the strategic direction of the Nation.

Recruitment & Staff Relations Officer

Closing Date: Friday, June 26, 2017 **no later than 4pm**

Haa Kusteeyi Celebration 2017 Production Assistant
Teslin Tlingit Council

In this position the incumbent will work directly with and take direction from the Community Arts and Events Coordinator. The Production Assistant plays an essential role in administrative processes that ensure successful implementation of the Celebration vision. This position will have regular office hours leading up to the event, and extended over-time hours during the event.

Haa Kusteeyi Celebration 2017 Production Assistant

Closing Date: Friday, June 29, 2017 **no later than 4pm**

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