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Work Culture

Employees at Cook Inlet Tribal Council (CITC) and its subsidiaries enjoy a wonderful work culture and feel a sense of value in the work that they do. CITC refers to its employees as the CITC Family, and this creates a sense of togetherness among the staff as they come together to carry out CITC’s mission. The CITC Family is comprised of nearly 400 staff members.

Prior to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, CITC organized a variety of in-person events which allowed staff to connect with each other and while also serving the community. Now, most of these events are virtual; such as the Connecting through Culture series, which shares elements of Alaska Native/American Indian culture so that staff are better able to connect with the people we serve.

What Do We Look For in Our Staff?

CITC recognizes our employees have choices when it comes to deciding where they want to work, and our employees are here for a reason. The employees who make up our CITC Family understand their work helps strengthen our community, state, and Alaska Native/American Indian population.

CITC seeks employees who are dedicated to supporting our mission, vision, and values. Many of our employees even came to CITC as participants in our programs and are interested in now giving back to others. Those who are interested in working for a values-based, mission-driven organization are encouraged to apply. Our employees are here to make impact, and it shows in their work.

Why Work at CITC?

We seek employees who are talented and energetic, innovative and creative, and have the drive to make an impact through their roles each day. If you or someone you know is interested in a joining a mission-driven organization and while giving back to our community, we want to hear from you.

As our CITC Family is growing, we frequently list new positions on the careers page across a variety of service areas.