We will conserve, develop, and use our fish, wildlife, and plants for the well-being of our people and future generations.


Our way of life and cultural tradition is unified and strong. We are competent and responsible stewards of our resources.

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T: 907-822-4466

E: connect@ahtnatribal.org


Mailing Address:

PO Box 613    Glennallen, AK  99588

Physical Address:

Mile 187 Glenn Hwy    Glennallen, AK 99588

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Employment Opportunities

Coordinates and supervises office support services, facilities, and administrative staff. Develops and employs a system to ensure that administrative needs for operations are met in a timely manner.
Provide executive administrative support services to the Executive Director: including word processing; creating and maintaining both electronic and hard copy files; assisting in preparing special materials for presentations; preparing budgets, fiscal reports, contracts and other records and procedures. Collects, reviews, copies, files and submits department time sheets.
• Must be a team player.
• Valid driver’s license
• Must pass a background record check
• Experience and knowledge of Alaska Native cultures

The Fisheries Technician will serve as a member of a three-person crew that will collect age, sex and length and samples from Chinook and sockeye salmon harvested in the Glennallen Subdistrict of the Copper River subsistence salmon fishery. Sampling will take place from Slana to Chitina bridge and involves extensive interaction with the public and working outdoors regardless of weather conditions.


This position will be staffed from approximately May 30 through August 31, depending on funding availability.

  • Must be 18 by May 30, 2020

  • Must have a valid driver’s license

  • Must be organized and able to handle large data sets.

  • Proficient with Microsoft Excel spreadsheets.

  • Able to communicate effectively and convey sampling information;

  • Able to follow detailed sampling protocols

The Wildlife Field Biologist will perform a variety of biological and ecological services to further the AITRC vision of managing the wildlife resources and ecosystems of the Ahtna region.  A priority for this position will be to work with the Wildlife Biologist to observe and monitor wildlife in their natural habitats.

  • Knowledge of scientific methods and techniques for biological research;

  • Knowledge of regional wildlife species, their natural history and characteristics, including habitat associations, especially moose and caribou;

  • Knowledge of statistical approaches and data analysis and evaluation;

  • A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college in wildlife biology, a branch of biology, or natural resource management;

  • Must have a valid driver’s license

  • Must pass a background record check

  • Must be a team player;