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If you are passionate about changing the world and making a positive impact on children's lives, not afraid of hard work, and want a job that is fun, exciting, and stimulating, there is no better way to spend your summer than working in one of the many summer jobs available in the Juneau, Alaska region.
Join the Windigo team if you are 21 years old or older (out of 23 applicants in the USA), have a clean driving style, love nature, are interested in outdoor activities such as hiking, skiing, snowmobiling or snowshoeing and are looking for an exciting challenge outside the USA. Join our dynamic team as the leader of the windigo tour and have the energy and enthusiasm to be part of the leadership of one of the most exciting and challenging summer travel experiences in Alaska. The guides offer innovative tours where international groups paddle, snorkel and snowmobile, dog sledge, kayak, mountain biking, canoe and much more.
We serve a variety of communities in Anchorage and Unalaska and are looking for qualified and motivated individuals to complement our team of professionals. We are building our future by enabling careers and being part of a team that has long been a pillar of our community.
If you want to be part of one of our sister institutions across the state, you must apply for a statewide position. If not, applicants cannot enter the recruitment and recruitment phase. Successful candidates will be offered posts based on the quality of their CV, skills and experience, and adaptability.
D will refuse entry to applicants who have been convicted of a crime or offence in another state or who may be fleeing justice. If DPS finds that material information was falsified or omitted at the time of your original request for security clearance, you will be withdrawn from your security clearance. You may not use controlled substances while you are employed as a member of the Alaska Department of Public Safety (DPS) or any other state or local law enforcement agency in the state of Alaska. DPS if you have been convicted of a crime, offence or crime of domestic violence.
You may not use marijuana provided you are at least 21 years old at the time of abuse or are taking an IA-controlled substance. You may also not have used marijuana while on duty or in a public workplace in the State of Alaska or any other state or local law enforcement agency, provided that you are at least 20 years old or nearly 21 years old at the time.
As a condition of continuing employment, individuals must obtain a basic criminal record from the correctional officer and a basic certificate from the Alaska Department of Justice within 14 months of employment. If the Council revokes a refusal, revocation or surrender (13 - AAC 85 - 270), the competent or issuing authority may refuse your certification to the applicant or to another certified or issued authority without notice. Any employment measure which renders you unauthorised for an interview or further consideration due to employment measures taken during or after the refusal or revocation of your employment certificate or after receipt of evidence of a criminal conviction for one of these offences, shall not be authorised to receive an interview and further consideration.
If you would like to start a job - a secondary school - in order to achieve the minimum qualification, please fill out the Education section of your application. Any education you have completed at a foreign university, university or higher education institution can be used to fulfil one of the minimum qualifications listed above, such as a bachelor's or master's degree or higher education.
A copy of your certificate is required to verify your educational credentials to meet the minimum qualification for this position. You can attach the transcript at any time during your application, but you must submit it at least 24 hours before the application date. Please include all the work experience used in your applicant profile and include the name, address, telephone number and e-mail address of the employer. Applicants who do not provide this information will be considered unsuitable for an interview or further consideration.
For more information, please contact the Alaska Division of Human Resources and Industrial Relations at (Alaska) 888-542-4357. Applications can be made online or by phone at the Department of Labor's Anchorage office or by e-mail at:
Sealaska Heritage is looking for a financial advisor who will provide accounting and administrative support. SHI is looking for an administrative assistant for art to assist in the administration and communication of its art department, as well as an assistant for the director of art.
As part of your personal history, applicants must submit a copy of the following documents. After successful completion of an interview, the most qualified candidate will receive a job offer that depends on the success of the interview and the subsequent interviews. If you apply for this position, you can claim reimbursement of up to $250, - in actual medical costs out of your own pocket. After completion of recruitment, all pools of candidates acquired during this recruitment will not be used for future vacancies. After successful interviews, all the most qualified candidates will receive job offers that depend on the successful completion of the interviews and subsequent interviews for other positions.
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