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Eglertuq Program Manager


Responsible for the overall implementation, grant compliance and day-to-day operations and activities under the Eglertuq Project


  1. Responsible for execution of grants project goals and deliverables.
  2. Provide critical oversight and input into curriculum development, project execution and evaluation and grant reporting.  Create and maintain community partnerships and create organization program protocols.
  3. Coordinate and collaborate with partner agencies and stakeholders.
  4. Ensure responsible stewardship of funds according to the approved budget.
  5. Complete all necessary reporting requirements.
  6. Supervise the Eglertuq Program Coordinator and Community Advocate
  7. Meet regularly with the Eglertuq Program Coordinator, external contractors, and other internal staff to discuss current participants and planned activities.
  8. Coordinate with community partners to collect data as necessary for reporting purposes.
  9. Complete and submit reports as required.
  10. Coordinate the search process for contractors and oversight of deliverables by contractors.
  11. Ensure confidentiality and security of all electronic and paper files by following strict security protocols and limiting access to project employees.


  1. Master’s Degree in related field preferred
  2. Three to five years’ experience managing grant programs
  3. Or five to seven years of related experience.


  1. Have knowledge of Alaska, Alaska’s history, and Alaska Native cultures. 
  2. Have understanding of ANHC’s mission, direction, and history or be willing to receive training.
  3. Familiarity with local available service agencies.
  4. Demonstrated understanding of FERPA and HIPAA regulations and requirements.


  1. Have advanced writing and public speaking skills. 
  2. Have advanced computer skills, including all Microsoft Office Suite products. 
  3. Skill in the use of copier, fax, and other office equipment.
  4. Advanced skills with virtual products, such as Zoom, Microsoft Teams, etc.
  5. Advanced skills with coordinating travel and programmatic delivery.
  6. Willing to learn the operation of audio and visual equipment. 
  7. Skill in planning and executing remote programming operated locally in Anchorage and around the state in rural locations.


  1. Ability to assess programs being selected are appropriate to level of participant.
  2. Ability to work with a diverse group of individuals with varying strengths and abilities.
  3. Be able to prepare reports in Word and Excel.
  4. Ability to multi-task and meet deadlines.


  1. Additional duties as assigned based on needs of the business.



  1. Indoors: Primarily in an environmentally controlled office;
  2. Outdoors: Determined by Alaska’s weather, when visiting programs and partners, in accordance with Municipalities rules and regulations, and ANHC’s COVID 19 mandates.

Noise level:

  1. Quiet to moderate

Physical requirements:

  1. Employee is required to lift and/or move up to 25 lbs.
  2. Frequently required to sit, stand, walk, use hands/fingers to handle or feel, climb, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl, talk/hear, see, taste/smell, and carry weight/lift.