Center Coordinator-Manokotak

OBJECTIVE:  To be the main point of contact for the local Head Start program and to ensure the Center runs in accordance with Head Start Performance Standards.  Responsible for overall operation of the Head Start Site including but not limited to classroom safety, coordination and supervision of volunteers, organizing parent trainings and events with otherContinue reading “Center Coordinator-Manokotak”

PAYROLL SPECIALIST

OBJECTIVE: Includes a variety of payroll processing and accounting transactionsin accordance with generally accepted accounting and audit principles. This position is cross trained to process BBNA’s payroll during the absence the Payroll Manager. QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates must demonstrate their ability to accomplish the Essential Job Resultsstated in the detailed job description. Please ask for a copyContinue reading “PAYROLL SPECIALIST”

Request for Proposals-BBNA DOTI/Twin Hills-Projects-Beach Road Drainage upgrades & Backup Clinic Generator-Deadline November 12, 2022

The Bristol Bay Native Association (BBNA) Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Development (DOTID), on behalf of Twin Hills Village, requests qualified companies provide a technical proposal and cost proposal showing their qualifications, project approach, and total contract cost for performing the services outlined in the Request for Proposals (RFP) for the Twin Hills Pre-Disaster MitigationContinue reading “Request for Proposals-BBNA DOTI/Twin Hills-Projects-Beach Road Drainage upgrades & Backup Clinic Generator-Deadline November 12, 2022”

Alaska Native Vietnam Veterans Allotment Program (ANVLAP)

Bristol Bay Native Association Land Management Services (LMS) is working with Alaska Native Vietnam Veterans Allotment Program (ANVLAP) who has folks from the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Alaska Native Veteran Land Allotment Program (ANVLAP) coming out to Dillingham Oct. 13, 2022, from 10 am to 4pm located in the BBNA Main Office Board Room.Continue reading “Alaska Native Vietnam Veterans Allotment Program (ANVLAP)”

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