OIL SPILL
RESPONSE TEAM

Tatitlek Chenega Chugach,
Committed To Protecting Prince William Sound, Alaska

LOOKING FOR A CAREER

WHERE YOU CAN THRIVE AND GROW?

Invest in yourself and your community

  • A paycheck that supports your lifestyle
  • Flexibility and long-term stability
  • Excellent benefits
  • Participate in an important mission
  • Protect the Environment
  • Safeguard PWS for generations to come

WE OFFER FULFILLING & CHALLENGING CAREERS

TATITLIK CHENEGA CHUGACH

A WORLD LEADER IN OIL SPILL RESPONSE

TCC Is a Union Employer

We hire employees as Oil Spill Response Technicians, utilizing their union craft.
Where do you fit on our team?

LABORERS

Miscellaneous Job

Assignments

TEAMSTERS

Material Handler

Truck Driver

Warehouseman (CDL Required)

 

OPERATING ENGINEERS

Heavy Duty Mechanic 

Certified Crane Operator

Click on the link below

that describes your current status

01.

SHAREHOLDER

I am a shareholder or descendant of the Tatitlik, Chenega or Chugach native corporations.

02.

UNION MEMBER

I am a current member of the Laborers, Teamsters or Operating Engineers Union.

03.

SEEKING NEW OPPORTUNITY

I am new to oil spill response and would like to learn more about this career.

BUILD YOUR CAREER
AT TCC

At Tatitlek Chenega Chugach (TCC), we know that you’re looking for a career that provides a place for you to thrive and grow. You also hope for a job that allows you to make a positive impact in your community and the world. To do that, you need… Read More

Build Your Career at TCC

 

At Tatitlek Chenega Chugach (TCC), we know that you’re looking for a career that provides a place for you to thrive and grow. You also hope for a job that allows you to make a positive impact in your community and the world. To do that, you need a career that allows you to invest in both yourself and your community. The problem is it’s very difficult to find a job that opens these types of doors. This can leave you feeling frustrated, overwhelmed, or stuck in a rut.

We believe that you deserve work opportunities that enable you to live your chosen lifestyle. We also feel there ought to be open doors for workers with all levels of experience and training and positions that last longer than seasonal construction work. We understand that you want consistent work that provides year-round steady employment with flexible scheduling. We also know that the beauty of Prince Williams Sound and its natural resources are important to you, and protecting it for generations to come is a high priority in your life.

TCC works hard to protect the beauty of Prince William Sound and the surrounding areas in Alaska. We offer week-on-week off-work schedules with flexible trade shifting for Laborers (Local 341), Teamsters (Local 959), and Operating Engineers (Local 302). We participate in the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System Maintenance Contractor’s Association. Union crafts in our company often include heavy-duty mechanics, certified crane operators, material handlers (truck drivers), warehousemen, vessel/boat operator, and miscellaneous job assignments associated with oil spill response. TCC union employees become part of our world-renowned Oil Spill Response Technicians, committed to protecting the environment.

When you join TCC, you’ll be an Oil Spill Response Technician, utilizing your union craft. As part of our team, your duties will include oil spill prevention and response, such as boat operation, oil spill cleanup, boom operations, and more. Join us in our commitment to protecting the environment and making a difference.

Here’s how you can begin the process with TCC:

Step 1

Click here and fill out the TCC Oil Spill Response Technician application.

Step 2

Set up an interview. TCC will call you to schedule an interview, and if you’re the right fit for our team, we’ll direct you to the appropriate union hall.

Step 3

Call your union hall. Once you’ve received an offer letter from the union hall, you’re ready to begin your career as an Oil Spill Responder with TCC

On-the-job training is available for all positions. If you are certified Hazwopper trained, have been issued a Transportation Worker Identification Credential card (TWIC), or have other relevant experience, you are one step closer to a promising career. So, click the START HERE button and begin the application process!

In the meantime, visit our website at tccalaska.com to learn more about us and read the stories of employees who have worked on our team for years. They really say it best!  We’re happy to take your questions via email at careers@tccalaska.com.

You can stop wondering about what the future holds for your career and personal development. Instead, apply at TCC and begin a challenging career that offers rewards and fulfillment to your life.

 

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