What is TERO?
TERO stands for Tribal Employment Rights Ordinance or Office. The Kenaitze Indian Tribe enacted TERO Ordinance 2017-01 to utilize tribal sovereignty to give preference to Tribal Members, Tribal Member’s spouses, and Alaska Native and American Indian people in employment, contracting and other business activities when qualifications are substantiated.
Goals of TERO
One of the goals established by the Tribe’s TERO Commission is to establish a pool of TERO applicants. From this pool, the TERO Manager can identify qualified applicants for employment opportunities. The TERO Manager may assist applicants with education and training so that more opportunities become available.
TERO also helps investigate and bring to the TERO Commission any potential discrimination problems that may occur.
Download the application to be entered into the Kenaitze Indian Tribe’s TERO Applicant Pool. Completion of the application is not a guarantee of employment, as applicants must meet job requirements for positions within the Tribe. You are encouraged to review TERO Ordinance 2017-01 and familiarize yourself with your employment rights.
Upon completion of the TERO Pool Application you will be contacted to review your education, work experience and career goals. You may contact the TERO Manager directly with any questions at 907-335-7247, by email noted on the application or by the form below.