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(3/30) The Native Village of Eyak is accepting applications for an Ilanka Community Health Center Operations Assistant --  a full-time, regular position. The Operations Assistant works with the Ilanka Clinic Administrative Team to assist with a variety of projects and compliance tasks for the efficient operation of ICHC . Experience details as follows:  Minimum two years’ office or administrative experience required; preferably within the healthcare field… Proficient with Microsoft Office products…. And Familiarity with electronic health records and specialized programs preferred… Education Requirement is High School diploma or equivalent, with additional education in a health-related field preferred. Send applications to hr@eyak-nsn.gov, fax to 424-7739, or drop off at the NVE main offices by the harbor. This position is open until filled. Complete job description can be found at the NVE main offices or online at eyak-nsn.gov.

We will continue doing our best to get you the most current COVID-19 information as quickly as we can... as always.  If there’s enough information to warrant a talk show, we’ll do those on KLAM in the 10am hour, and then archive them on our cordova tv youtube channel, which is youtube.com/cordovatv.  Be aware that talk shows could come up without much warning, but we’ll do our best to give you notice.

Public Works reminds everyone that toilet paper dissolves in minutes… but paper towels, feminine hygiene products, and wet wipes can take weeks or even months. The only things that you should flush down your toilet are human waste and toilet paper -- other materials clog the industrial grade sewer pumps, which causes them to become damaged and overheat, meaning more cost for public works, and higher utility bills for Cordova citizens. You may also be putting your own sewer line at risk for costly repairs or maintenance.  For more information, call 424-6200.