Alaska Native Program Overview
Alyeska created the Alaska Native Program in October 1995 to ensure TAPS owners fulfill their commitments to the United States as embodied in Section 29 of the Federal Agreement and Grant of Right-of-Way. The Alaska Native Utilization Agreement (ANUA) was renewed in 2007 to further Alyeska’s long-standing relationship with Alaska Native people and organizations. Through the Alaska Native Program, Alyeska is committed to supporting recruitment, employment, job counseling, education, and training opportunities for Alaska Native people. The Alaska Native Program Annual Report provides an overview.
The Alaska Native Program Advisory Board provides advice and counsel for the benefit of the program. The board is comprised of Alyeska employees and leaders from the TAPS corridor Alaska Native Corporations (ASRC, Doyon, Ahtna, Chugach Alaska), Designated and Reporting Contractors, and other Alaska Native and workforce development organizations.
Specific goals of the program include:
- 20% Alaska Native employment by Alyeska and its Designated and Reporting Contractors
- Appropriately funded programs to increase employment, training, career development and promotional opportunities
- Scholarships provided to organizations that help Alaska Native students achieve educational goals in specified fields of study
Alyeska recruits for a variety of position in the areas of clerical, technical, and professional fields. If you are interested in employment with Alyeska, please visit the available Job Opportunities and click on the Job Number to review specific requirements. You may submit your resume and voluntary EEO form via email. To ensure that your resume is reviewed for a specific job, you must apply directly to available postings on the website. If selected for an interview, you will be contacted directly by an Alyeska representative.
For additional information or questions about the Alaska Native Program, please contact: