Building Our Team Through
Training, Education, and
Hiring the Right People

EMPLOYMENT & CAREERS


Together, we are committed to Operational Excellence — to build our team through training, education, and hiring the right people. Every employee has a part in delivering exceptional health services, and we are all committed to our goal of fulfilling Our Promise.

RECRUITMENT


Qualified individuals are encouraged to apply by creating an online applicant profile. Please attach a current resume with your profile. Applications must be submitted prior to the closing date to be considered. Copper River Native Association screens applications to ensure that applicant is qualified. The hiring supervisor will review applications for further consideration. We will notify you if you have been chosen for an interview. Upon selection to fill a vacancy the applicant must pass a pre-employment drug test, criminal history check and complete all required employment paperwork. Copper River Native Association recognizes that alcohol and drug abuse in the work place is an increasing concern. As set forth by the Board of Directors we have a very strict zero-tolerance drug and alcohol policy. The objective of our Alcohol and Drug Policy is to provide a safe, healthy, and productive workplace for all employees, to comply with federal and state health and safety regulations and to prevent accidents. All employees whether temporary, contract, regular, part time or full time, are subject to this policy.

Copper River Native Association is an equal opportunity employer. We recruit, employ, train, compensate, and promote without regard to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, veteran status, or any other basis protected by applicable federal, state of local law.

Native preference will be given to qualified applicants pursuant to P.L. 93-638.

If you have questions about employment with Copper River Native Association please call Human Resources at 907-822-5241.