Are you a mission-driven, collaborative leader with an entrepreneurial nature? Do you demonstrate integrity and value stability and a professional corporate culture?

Come join our team of highly dedicated professionals that seek excellence in business, pride in their work for Shareholders, and protection of their Native lands.

We are seeking an experienced business executive to serve as The Eyak Corporation’s next Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and oversee the implementation of the corporation’s strategy and financial growth.

The Eyak Corporation was formed July 25, 1973 as a for-profit corporation under Alaska law pursuant to the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) enacted by Congress on December 18, 1971. ANCSA authorized the formation of twelve regional corporations in the state of Alaska as well as a number of village corporations within each region. The Eyak Corporation is the village corporation for Cordova and is located within the Chugach region.

The Eyak Corporation has been involved in government contracting since 1991. The corporation currently operates subsidiaries and has direct investments. The incoming CEO will have an active role in operations, including, but not limited to, Board of Director seat(s) for current investments. For more information on The Eyak Corporation, go to http://www.eyakcorporation.com/.

Candidate reviews will begin October 22, 2021.

The Eyak Corporation offers a competitive salary, benefits, and an optimal working environment. Contact Keja Whiteman, KW Consultants LLC for a full job description, questions, or information on how to apply at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (307) 851- 2274.

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The Eyak Corporation announces Thomas Mack as new Chief Executive Officer

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"I am humbled and honored to build on what Rod Worl, the Board and staff have built at TEC," Mack said. "My goals will be to continue building new opportunities..."

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