Current Job Openings for the Copper River Native Association
The Copper River Native Association (CRNA) is a non-profit Native organization governed by a Board of Directors who represents and is selected by the Athabascan people of the Ahtna Region. CRNA is sanctioned by the tribal governing bodies of the Ahtna Region: Cantwell, Gakona, Gulkana, Kluti-Kaah, and Tazlina. Each Village conducts an annual election to select the Village representative to serve on the Board of Directors. The number of CRNA Directors are determined according to the CRNA Bylaws.
CRNA is dedicated to promoting Native self-determination.
Its principal purposes:
To provide high quality, accessible health care to our tribal members while enhancing cultural awareness through educational opportunities.
Mission: CRNA works hard to improve the quality of life for our people, the AHTNA ‘T’ AENE
Vision: Build on the inherent strength of our cultural values. We will work with our tribes to create a healthier future.
Copper River Native Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Copper River Native Association will give Native Preference in recruiting and hire as required by Public Law 93-638.
Application need to be kept current within the last 6 months to be actively on file. Copper River Native Association will screen applicant to ensure the applicant met the job requirements. CRNA will set up interviews and notify you if you have been chosen to fill the vacant position. All other applicants will be notified that they did not obtain employment. Upon selection to fill a vacancy the applicant must pass a pre-employment drug testing, back ground check, and fill out necessary paperwork. The applicant is not considered an employee until the applicant has passed all requirements. CRNA looks forward to you joining our team.