Tyonek Native Corporation
  • 10-Oct-2012 to 30-Sep-2013 (CST)
  • TCGI - NM
  • Albuquerque, NM, USA
  • Temporary

• Patrols employer job sites to prevent unauthorized access and theft of property and goods.
• Examines doors, windows, gates and fences to insure they are secure and monitors construction sites to prevent vandalism of equipment and structures and theft of materials, tools and equipment.
• The security guard is to report all suspicious activities to the local police and fire departments through the 911 system or as otherwise instructed.
• The guard is not to take direct action but simply observe, document and report.
• The position will require spending a large portion of the work day sitting and standing. Walking is required when doing a visual inspection of doors, windows, gates and fences.



The position of Tyonek on the issue of affirmative action is
as follows: Tyonek shall seek the professional services of competent Navajo
professionals, administrators and support personnel to best serve the Navajo
People.  Tyonek's decisions and personnel actions shall be based on the
principles, intent and purposes of the Navajo Preference in Employment Act
(NPEA) and the needs of Tyonek. 



Tyonek shall give preference to Navajo personnel in
providing employment, training opportunities and in employment in supervisory
and management positions, subject to the needs of Tyonek and other requirements
imposed upon Tyonek by 7 N.N.C. §401, contract/grant and other applicable
regulations and laws. 



Tyonek's 
VP of Finance/Business Development shall be directly responsible for compliance
with the AAP, to include but not limited to, all reporting and monitoring
functions.  The VP of Finance/Business Development may delegate specific
responsibilities pursuant to a written operational plan which shall be attached
to this AAP 

The position of Tyonek on the issue of affirmative action is as follows: Tyonek shall seek the professional services of competent Navajo professionals, administrators and support personnel to best serve the Navajo People.  Tyonek's decisions and personnel actions shall be based on the principles, intent and purposes of the Navajo Preference in Employment Act (NPEA) and the needs of Tyonek. 

Tyonek shall give preference to Navajo personnel in providing employment, training opportunities and in employment in supervisory and management positions, subject to the needs of Tyonek and other requirements imposed upon Tyonek by 7 N.N.C. §401, contract/grant and other applicable regulations and laws. 

Tyonek's  VP of Finance/Business Development shall be directly responsible for compliance with the AAP, to include but not limited to, all reporting and monitoring functions.  The VP of Finance/Business Development may delegate specific responsibilities pursuant to a written operational plan which shall be attached to this AAP.




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