Job Locations US-AK-PALMER
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Shift Preference
Day Shift

About Us

When you work at Chugach Government Solutions (CGS), you join a proud legacy of supporting missions while sustaining culture.


The federal division of Chugach Alaska Corporation, CGS has been supporting critical missions as a government contractor for over 25 years. Our focus is to support facility maintenance, IT/technical services, construction and education. We are proud to have built, and continue to foster, an incredibly talented team spanning across the globe in hundreds of different fields – each team member proud to serve our country with first-class business services, while also making a difference for our Chugach shareholders. 


At CGS, empowering employees is a part of our core, and that focus is one of the ways we build and foster high-performing teams. We empower our employees through competitive compensation and benefits package, professional growth opportunities, truthful communication, and more!


If you are looking for an opportunity to serve something bigger than yourself; if you want your day job to be one that creates meaningful value; if you are looking for an environment that highly values employees and respects individual differences – then Chugach Government Solutions may be the right fit for you!

Job Overview

During a portion of the student education hours on Center, this position is responsible for providing academic instruction to students in order for them to obtain a GED by examination or a high school diploma in compliance with government, corporate, and management directives.


This position is also responsible for assisting students in improving academic achievement in a structured evening/weekend studies (EWS) program for students.  This program will accelerate learning, as well as providing assistance to students in need of additional support  with math, reading, or GED/HSD curriculum; Teach study skills; Prepare students for tests/assessments; And provide enrichment activities that directly impact the attainment of education goals.


Essential Duties & Job Functions:

GED/HSE Duties:

  • Effectively work with young people from diverse backgrounds; providing students with basic direction, instruction and assistance in designated areas of instructions for GED or HSD.
  • Complete all necessary documentation and reporting actions required for the respective program.
  • Motivate and counsel students in areas of behavior, career training, or study habits.
  • Coordinate with staff as necessary to resolve issues affecting student training.
  • Develop and prepare lessons.
  • Participate in student performance evaluations. Prepare required documentation and evaluations.
  • Control use of supplies, materials, and equipment. Recommend purchases.
  • Assist in developing community linkages and partnerships.
  • Teach, model, and evaluate student employability skills.
  • Transport students for training purposes as needed.
  • Maintain and monitor computer equipment (terminals, peripherals and printers) to ensure proper operation and availability for use.
  • Promote student attainment of career success standards through modeling appropriate skills, mentoring students, monitoring skill acquisition and intervening when inappropriate behavior is observed.
  • Monitor student progress in the program by ensuring compliance with established corporate and DOL Data Integrity guidelines.

Evening Studies Duties:

  • Meet with students on a one-on-one, small group, or classroom tutoring format to give learning assistance.
  • Relate to students with various academic levels and needs; facilitate learning as a guide and coach to assist the student(s) to become a successful, independent learner.
  • Record student attendance for all tutoring and/or evening study sessions and report if student(s) miss appointments or routinely arrives to their session late.
  • Monitor spreadsheet for hours students receive from Evening Studies as well as from other departments on center for evening/weekend activities. This would include, but not be limited to:  Tutoring, Independent Living Skills, Recreation Classes/Focus Groups, Counseling Groups, TEAP Classes, and Weekend Study Hall sessions.

Job Requirements


  • Bachelor's degree in related field.
  • One (1) year related experience working with youth.
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.
  • State of Alaska teaching certificate.
  • Successfully pass any background check or drug test required on the contract.
  • Valid driver’s license, with an acceptable driving record.

Reasonable Accommodation:

It is CGS, LLC business philosophy and practice to provide reasonable accommodations, according to applicable state and federal laws, to all qualified individuals with physical or mental disabilities.


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