For Sale

Hitzer Amish built woodstoves. UHMW Plastic sled runners. 543-2379. (11)(3/1-cnx)


300 Gallon Plastic Water Tanks in stock. Call Shorty at Shorty’s Shop for pricing. 543-3158 or 545-3157 (19)(9/18-cnx)

For Sale: Plastic Water Tanks

Only 31” wide, 70” high, 74” long. 500 Gallons, easily connect two for 1000 gallons! Fits through most doors for easy installation. Contact Shorty for pricing and information (907) 545-3157. (35)(6/21-cnx)

4.9 Acres Fishcamp Land for Sale. 1-907-545-0103. (7)(5/19-cnx)

Haroldsen Estates view lot $21,000. 907-277-4608, Holitna acreage. (8)(12/8-cnx)

15000 sf warehouse, 1980 sf small house 20 by 23 three plex 700 sf 907-545-0929. (15)(3/29-cnx)

For Rent


Real Estate

Bentley’s Bed and Breakfast, All property on the corner of First Ave and Main St. — Main BnB building, Riverfront, Waterfront lodge, Studio Lodge, Quonset Hut, Warehouse and vacant lot. Includes business and furnishings. Appraised and offered at $1,800,000. Please contact Millie Bentley’s son, Geof Martin, at 907-545-9559 or email at  [email protected] (52)(4/19-cnx)


Looking to Hire 2 Carpenters

Pay Rate D.O.E. Summer and Fall Season. Send your resume to [email protected]. More info to call listed phone number below.

Joe Pete/ Apollo Home Solutions, LLC, 907-545-6762 (32)(7/21-cnx)

Job Opening:

AVCP RHA Modernization Department is soliciting job applications for a continuation project in Bethel, Alaska. We will be accepting job applications for carpenters and laborers starting in the month of May.

Applications are available on the AVCP RHA website at or can be picked up at the main AVCP RHA Office at 411 Ptarmigan St. For more information you can contact Joanne Evon at 1-800-478-4687 or 907-543-3121 (70)(5/3-10)

Orutsararmiut Native Council PO Box 927 117 Alex Hately Dr., Bethel, Alaska, 99559

Phone (907)543-2608 Fax (907)543-2639

Job Opening: Orutsararmiut Native Council (ONC) is currently accepting applications to fill the role of a Kuskokwim Area Subsistence Fisheries Program Coordinator. This is an interdisciplinary position that can be filled by a social scientist (cultural anthropologist), biologist, natural resource manager or environmental scientist.

Job Summary: This is a unique opportunity to engage with rural communities, Native and non-Native organizations, Tribal governments, and federal and state agencies on cross-cultural Federal subsistence resource research and management and educational projects. This position involves serving as the primary investigator on Federal subsistence harvest projects that prioritize and incorporate the local knowledge and observations of the community and other critical partners; supervising field technicians or college interns; and working with rural people, schools, and communities regarding Federal subsistence fisheries related programs and educational outreach. This position combines standard research and resource monitoring with multi-directional capacity building of the researcher to listen and learn in order to understand local culture and priorities and to apply these learned perspectives to increase community knowledge and participation in the Federal subsistence management program. These activities are guided by the pursuit of ensuring sustainability for Alaska Natives’ subsistence way of life by informed participation in the Federal subsistence management program. This is a full-time multi-year position funded through the Federal Office of Subsistence Management. Work schedule will be 8:30AM-5PM, except during summer and fall projects when longer hours and weekend work will be required.

Duties: The position’s role is to manage the day-to-day operations of the program and build the capacity of Tribal members to engage in Federal subsistence management. Some of specific duties will include:

●Managing the day-to-day operations of ONCs Fisheries program which includes community driven research topics.

●Maintain openness to experiential learning in order to understand and incorporate local knowledge, management practices and perspectives into research and outreach.

●Spend time with community members in formal and informal settings. Listen and learn about local concerns, their systemic knowledge and incorporate these perspectives into research, management and education programs.

●Listen to local perspectives and issues and work with community to apply their perspectives to increase their meaningful participation in the Federal subsistence management program.

●Create a system that incorporates existing community communication practices such as Council meetings, local radio and other formats to increase community knowledge of why fisheries information is collected, where it goes and how it is used. It is very important that communities know how the information is used in meetings to make decisions and why their participation matters. It is critical to facilitate this understanding in order to increase local participation in Federal subsistence fisheries management program.

●Serve as principal investigator on the inseason harvest monitoring program and the community Chinook salmon age-sex-length biological sampling program

●Serve as the co-investigator on the postseason subsistence harvest survey project

●Develop new partnerships and research projects in alignment with broader program and Tribal goals

●Directing program operations related to collaborative research projects

●Disseminating research results, after community review and edit, via final reports, and peer reviewed print scientific journals, community discussions and existing local communication forums etc.

●Making presentations on findings to community in a variety of settings, multidisciplinary organizations/working groups

●Learn from and provide support, leadership, and guidance to ONC Executives, Subsistence committee and Tribal members to protect subsistence harvest opportunities on the Kuskokwim River

●Lead advocacy efforts, driven by local perspectives, regarding salmon subsistence issues in our region alongside partners

●Acquiring and managing funding to sustain program objectives and promote capacity building within the fisheries program

●Strengthening existing collaborative management relationships and partnerships with State and Federal agencies, as well as other Tribal governments and organizations

●Facilitate outreach and community engagement efforts related to projects through existing community communication forums

●Conducting community perspective driven fisheries-related outreach and environmental education programs through schools or community groups

●Engaging Tribal youth in fisheries/natural resource science and cultural camps, and internships all driven by community priorities to promote the next generation of leaders in subsistence and fisheries management who are skilled in incorporating local knowledge and understanding of Federal subsistence fishery management.

Qualifications: Candidates must have the ability to work with people of all ages from small communities in Western Alaska; have strong leadership and/or supervisory skills; openness to experiential learning, excellent cross-cultural and listening skills, ability to find commonality among diverse perspectives, clearly show dedication to ensuring sustainability of subsistence fisheries; and experience working with Native people and Native communities. Candidates must have a solid understanding of fisheries and ecological principles; a B.S. or B.A. degree from an accredited college with a major in biology, ecology, fisheries, environmental science, natural resource management or a related field in contemporary social science including cultural anthropology. Additional studies or familiarity with human dimensions and resource management issues in rural Alaska is preferred.

Experience working with Tribal organizations is highly desired along with knowledge of Alaska’s subsistence management concerns, grant writing, budget management, project management, and program capacity-building skills. Preferred candidates should also have two years of relevant professional work experience (M.S. Degree substitutes for 2 years’ experience); possess good field/outdoor skills; excellent verbal and written communication skills; and be willing to travel to Kuskokwim area villages and regional or statewide meetings. While this position involves working with many diverse groups and agencies, it also requires a great degree of vision, initiative, and ability to work independently without direct supervision in order to achieve established program goals. Applicants must be open and dedicated to learning and growing on the job and be adaptable to dynamic work environments. Applicants with an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience in the above will be considered.

Salary: 70,000+ DOE with full-time benefits.

*A relocation stipend will be provided*

Closing Date: Open until filled.

To Apply: Send a cover letter and resume/CV to [email protected], fax to (907)543-2639, or mail to: P.O. Box 927, Bethel, AK 99559. Candidates must provide the phone numbers for two professional references to be considered. References provided will be contacted regarding your interest in the position.

For more detailed information: Contact Delen Hooper at (907)545-6001 or e-mail at [email protected] (1027)(5/3-17)

Administrative Accountant

Organized Village of Kwethluk

Position is opened until it is filled. If anyone wants more information they can call the OVK office at (907)757-6714/6715 (26)(5/10-17)

Nunapitchuk Limited

Position: 8-Plex Apartment Manager

Application Period – Until filled

At Nunapitchuk Limited, we provide our tenants with a comfortable and safe place to call home. We’re looking for an experienced apartment manager to join our team and help us maintain our high standards. He or she will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the property, handling customer enquiries and concerns, and ensuring that the property is well maintained. The apartment manager will also be responsible for enforcing lease agreement and ensuring that all tenants comply with the rules and regulations.


*Maintain a high level of service by ensuring that all resident’s needs and concerns are addressed in a timely and professional manner.

*Inspect apartments on a regular basis to ensure they meet or exceed company standards for cleanliness, maintenance and repair.

*Work with vendors and contractors to schedule repairs and renovations.

*Manage the budget for the property, including rent collection, expenses, and building improvements.

*Prepare quarterly reports for the Corporation detailing the financial status of the property.

*Advertise vacant units and show them to prospective tenants.

*Screen potential tenants using established criteria and conduct background checks.

*Execute lease agreements collect security deposits.

*Enforce community rules and regulations.


1. Proven experience as an apartment manager or similar role.

2. Excellent customer service skills.

3. Good organizational and time-management skills

4. High School Diploma or GED

5. Working knowledge of property management software.

6. Proficiency in Microsoft Office.

7. Valid driver’s license.


1. $1,500 per month

Deadline to apply: Until Filled

Application available at Nunapitchuk Limited or call: (907) 527-5717

General Store Office Monday – Saturday 10am to 5:30pm

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer (282)(5/10-31)

Nunapitchuk Limited

Position: Business Manager

Application Period – Until filled

POSITION DESCRIPTION: The business Manager is responsible for the overall management and administration of Nunapitchuk Limited and its affiliated business activities (e.g. 8-Plex, Nunapitchuk Fuel Service, Nunapitchuk General Store, Capital Investments, etc.) Responsible for its property accountability, payroll authorization, timely filing of all taxes, insurance and business documentation. Preliminary planning, organization, direction and control of all business activities pertaining to Nunapitchuk Limited. Proposes to the Board of Directors policies, goals, budget and selection of staff, and any other duties that may be assigned from time to time by the Board of Directors.


1. Supervision. Supervises all operations and personnel of the Corporation.

2. Payroll & Payroll Taxes. Approves all payroll time sheets, payroll disbursement and payroll taxes deposited on a semimonthly basis. Assures timely filing of Payroll Tax documentation (i.e. 941, 940, etc.) on a scheduled basis.

3. Payables & Receivable. Reviews and approves all payables due to vendors directly supervises and assists the Bookkeeper and Head Cashier on collections of the Accounts Receivables on each of the Corporations business activities (Rentals, 8-Plex, Fuel Services and General Store.)

4. Financial & Property Accountability. Responsible for the financial and physical property accountability of the corporation. Supervises the Bookkeeper on the financial operations of the corporation. Supervises each department on the proper operation, maintenance and inventory of all physical assts of the corporation.

5. Correspondence, Bookkeeping & Record Keeping. Receives and redirects all incoming and outgoing correspondence. Supervises the Bookkeeper in conjunction with the Head Cashier on matters which require financial bookkeeping and record retention. Directly supervises the Bookkeeper on the corporate filing system, correspondence and personal files.

6. Personal Office Duties. Insures all employees of the corporation are briefed on and familiar with the current personnel policies. Interview all potential employees on receipt of application for position.

7. Reports to the Board. Reports to the Board of Directors on matters which requires Board approval, assignments issues by the Board, the current corporate operations and financial status.  

8. General Liability & Insurance. Periodic review and correction of all general liability and insurance needs of the Corporation, if any. Verifies that all insurance coverage is current and appropriate.


1. Nunapitchuk Limited Shareholder preferred, but not mandatory.

2. Business related degree or three (3) years management experience desirable.

3. Minimum qualification of General Education Diploma (GED) required.

4. Central Yupik speaker and knowledge of Modern Orthography writing system preferred, but not mandatory.

5. Must pass back ground checks.


1. Depending on Experience (D.O.E.)

2. Eight (8) hours per day, Monday – Friday, Saturday and Sunday off.

Deadline to apply: Until Filled

Application available at Nunapitchuk Limited

General Store Office Monday – Saturday 10am to 5:30pm (456)(5/10-31)

Invitation for Bids



Orutsararmiut Native Council

Orutsararmiut Native Council (ONC) will be soliciting Request for Proposals (RFP) for Vehicle Mechanical services in Bethel, Alaska. RFP packets will be available for interested vendors on or about May 22, 2023 at our office located at 114A Blackberry, Bethel, AK 99559 or can be requested by email at [email protected]. For any questions you may contact Calvin Cockroft at 907-543-2608, or by the email address listed above.

The work to be performed under this contract is on a project subject to Section 7(b) of the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act (25 U.S.C. 450e(b)). Section 7(b) requires that, to the greatest extent feasible:

(A) Preferences and opportunities for training and employment shall be given to Indians; and

(B) Preferences in the award of contracts and subcontracts shall be given to Indian Organizations and Indian-owned economic enterprises. (148)(5/3-17)

Public Notice

VFW MEMBERSHIP Freedom isn’t free, and millions of Americans have paid the price for the freedom we enjoy today. Since 1899, the Veterans of Foreign Wars has served those who served America. From writing veterans legislation and then leading the fight to get it through Congress, to community projects that benefit all Americans, the VFW is an opportunity for veterans to continue to serve. Contact the VFW Robert V. Lindsey Post #10041 at 543-2241 and ask what you can do for your community. (83)(3/26-cnx)

Do you have a coin collection? If so, look it over. Then call (907) 545-2325. (13)(5/10-31)