* * * * Job Opening * * * *

Tebughna Foundation is currently hiring for the following position:

Position: Accountant

Status: Part Time

Location: Tebughna Foundation, 1689 C Street Suite 120, Anchorage, Alaska 99501

Open Date to Apply: 06/23/2017

Closing Date to Apply: 06/29/2017

Job Description:

Manage all aspects of financial reporting, monthly close and external reporting to Grant Agencies and Alaska Gaming

MUST have experience with Quick Books and ability to operate as one person accounting department

Process all accounts payable

Manage and review accounts receivable

Reconcile Bank Statements

Issue Invoices

Oversee and manage payroll and relationship with third party payroll provider

Provide required reporting to Grant Agencies, Alaska Gaming, Tebughna Foundation Board members

Review and contribute on related Grants and business development

Coordinate and oversee for tax reporting documents, yearend W2’s, 1099’s

Report to Executive Director and Operations Coordinator

Must pass a Criminal Background check

Applications not available on-line or resume not accepted via email.

Please pick up applications in person at Tebughna Foundation – 1689 C Street, Suite 120 – Anchorage, AK 99501

* *  Scholarship Application Due July 01, 2017 for 2017 Fall Semester * * 

Please click here for ==> Scholarship Application Checklist

Plesae click here for ==> TF Scholarship & Grants Application 2014-2017

Note: You may fax both applications to 1-855-761-4394 or by email to lkapisi@tebughnafoundation.com. Applications received after 11:59 pm July 01, 2017 will not be accepted.


The Tebughna Foundation (pronounced tah-bow-na) was founded in September 2007 to Preserve, Enhance, Educate, & Serve the community of Tyonek and the shareholders of Tyonek Native Corporation. The Foundation received its 501c3 status from the Internal Revenue Service in June 2009, and is a registered Non-Profit Corporation in the State of Alaska.

The symbol for Tebughna Foundation is the headdress of sobriety for all cultures (thus the white, yellow, red, and black). By choosing sobriety, a person selects growth over decline and community over individual desire. The Foundation prides itself on hard work, integrity, and honor as is the example set by the greater community of Tyonek, Alaska and its ancestral descendants.

Mission Statement

To preserve and perpetuate the Tebughna Dena’ina traditions for the benefit of Tyonek shareholders and the Native Village of Tyonek by funding cultural enhancements and educational opportunities.


To honor our ancestors, our elders, and our traditions; to commit a share of our lifelong activities toward the enrichment of our culture; to invest in our future and our children in order preserve our values.

Core Values

Tebughna: Our land, our tribe, our people
Tradition: Acknowledging our elders and our culture
Pride: Among our people to honor our way Good Health: With sobriety and spirituality
Trust: Building healthy relationships
Leadership: Through education and example
Knowledge: Passing on Tebughna wisdom to our youth