Positions Open- Community Outreach Coordinator and Economic Development & Brokerage Coordinator
BBEDC is currently recruiting for a Community Outreach Coordinator, this position is full-time with benefits. The Community Outreach Coordinator works closely with BBEDC management and staff to promote awareness about BBEDC programs and services in member communities through the development of effective outreach materials, conducting a variety of outreach activities and building cooperative relationships. Please refer to the full job description for a listing of the requirements and duties. Contact BBEDC for more information at 842-4370, 1-800-478-4370 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Candidates must provide a cover letter, resume and complete application. BBEDC Employment Application Community Outreach Coordinator Job Description
BBEDC is also recruiting for an Economic Development/Brokerage Coordinator, this position is full-time with benefits. The Economic Development & Brokerage Coordinator assists in the implementation of BBEDC’s Economic Development and Permit Brokerage programs. This position performs community outreach, compiles information and statistics, processes program applications, maintains organization of program material and provides information and assistance to the public. Contact BBEDC for more information at 842-4370, 1-800-478-4370 or email email@example.com. Candidates must provide a cover letter, resume and complete application. ED/Brokerage Coordinator Job Description.
Intern and Seasonal Positions Open
BBEDC has employment opportunities now availble in our CDQ communities. See the list of positions here, application deadlines vary so be sure to check out the individual flyers.
Regional Fisheries Reminders!
If you received a Vessel Upgrade Grant, an In-Season Emergency Grant or an RSW system through the RSW Purchase Program during the years of 2016-2018, you must supply the following to the Regional Fisheries Department:
- Provide proof of actively participating in the Bristol Bay salmon fishery for the following three conecutive salmon seasons while using the same vessel or vehicle that received the upgrades or;
- Provide proof of actively participating in the Bristol Bay salmon fishery for the following three consecutive salmon seasons while usign the vessel with the RSW system purchased through the program and;
- Provide proof of maintaining residency within the region for each year by completing the BBEDC Residency Affidavit Form.
Failure to supply these documents by December 31 of each year may result in an obligation to repay the grant funds received. If you have already submitted the information for the current year, thank you!
Westward Seafoods Recruitment
Westward Seafoods is currently recruiting for positions at their Dutch Harbor Plant beginning January 2020, for more information see this flyer.
BBEDC 2019 Program Directory
Happy New Year! Time to start planning for taking advantage of all of the opportunities BBEDC has to offer. Check out the 2019 Program Directory and get your applications in. Don't forget you must renew your residency annually. BBEDC Residency Form
BBEDC 2017 Annual Report
The BBEDC 2017 Annual Report is now available. Please take some time to review our activities over the last year and see all of the amazing opportunities available for residents and communities. Enjoy, and please contact us if you are interested in learning more about any of our programs.
Books for Sale- The Canneries, Cabins and Caches of Bristol Bay, Alaska
Looking for a gift to give from the Bristol Bay Region? John Branson's book is a great choice. Filled with pictures and history of the Bristol Bay fisher, it is sure to please. For more information or to purchase your copy, contact BBEDC at 907-842-4370 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Resale quantity discount available. All proceeds from the sale of the book go to the Harvey Samuelsen Scholarship Trust.