Mission: Tyonek’s mission is to profitably manage the Corporation so that Tebughna Shareholders have the opportunity to prosper individually and collectively, and with our partners in business.
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I have been working at Tyonek Native Corporation full-time (More than 8 years)
I have worked for TNC for many years and I am so excited about our company. Our new management has a clear vision of where we want to go as a company. We have made improvements to production pay rates and we have a very generous benefit plan. Employees are now informed of contract wins and communication has greatly improved. It is so nice to see management that truly cares about the people that work for the company. I would recommend TNC to anyone.
In the past the company made some very poor hiring decision which really harmed moral and the company reputation. Those people are no longer with this company and their poor management practices are no longer tolerated.
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Keep up the good work. I love the open communication and the excitement you have generated.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Tyonek Native Corporation (Fayetteville, NC) in May 2009.
Tyonek is a Native American Corporation that has a variety of military base admin contracts. They have multiple partner companies it seems in each area and I was interviwed by one of them (in all honesty, it was so complicated that I could not totally follow the structure) for a job at Ft Bragg managing ongoing work to perform small construction projects or repairs.
After being called by a recruiter with promises of "managing all the construction at Ft Bragg" (yeah right), then speaking to one person on the phone who said my salary range was in teh ballpark they were looking for, I interviewed with someone else on site, who of course could not do any negotiating or even let me know what they may or may not actually offer me. I then spoke with the people who I would actually work with and it all seemed like every story you could imagine about civilian employees of a military base. Lots of levels of management and paperwork.
I was offered the position after a few more days for maybe 60% of the low end of my range and the offering manager said htey could not do any negotiating at all, this is what the requisition was approved for. I politely declined the offer. Funny thing is another recruiter called me a couple of months later with the same "manage all the construction at Ft Bragg" line.
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