CITC is a dynamic and innovative organization that values its employees and offers competitive nonprofit market pay and great benefits. Each year, Cook Inlet Tribal Council helps more than 11,500 Alaska Native/American Indian people achieve their endless potential through more than 50 impactful programs and services.
CITC is a mission-driven organization that has been recognized as one of Alaska’s Best Places to Work. If you’re talented and energetic, innovative and creative, and have the drive to make a difference, then consider a career at Cook Inlet Tribal Council.
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Employing more than 400 passionate and caring individuals, CITC offers a dynamic and flexible work culture, and our employees enjoy a sense of value. We recruit individuals who are talented and energetic, innovative and creative and have the drive to make an impact through their roles each day.
CITC has a wonderful benefit package, which includes:
Health Benefits: Low-cost health, Dental, Vision plans; Life and AD&D insurance; Short and Long-term disability; 125 Cafeteria Plan; Flex Spending Account; 401(k) retirement plan with company match; and an Employee Assistance Program.
Wellness Benefits: Employee Recognition Discount Program, Health and Wellness fairs, and Year-round staff social and engagement events.
Work-Life Balance Benefits: Generous paid time off policy; 12 paid holidays, flexible schedules, and Sabbatical leave after five years of service.
Education and Development Benefits: Educational leave; Educational scholarships; Career and Leadership Development training; Individual Development Plans; and Professional coaching.
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We offer recruitment services through customized development packages for organizations outside of CITC and are committed to partnering with both job-seekers and organizations in identifying industry-driven, high-quality career paths to connect individuals to opportunities that unlock their potential.
CITC and its nonprofit affiliates primarily serve the Alaska Native/American Indian population in the Cook Inlet region of southcentral Alaska.
Cook Inlet Tribal Council and Clare Swan Early Learning Center have hiring preferences for qualified Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian, and American Indian applicants pursuant to P.L. 93-638 Indian Self Determination Act. This preference extends to Native families, including fostered and traditionally adopted Native children and non-Native head of household members.
Cook Inlet Tribal Council, Inc. (CITC) was recognized by Alaska Business Monthly as the 2021 Best Corporate Adaption to COVID-19 and one of Alaska’s Best Employers (250+)! This community-voted recognition is a reflection of CITC’s commitment to its staff, program participants, and Mission throughout a challenging time.