Who We Are

OETA assists 22 Pueblos and Tribes in NM and TX in promoting the enhancement of environmental resources, environmental health and in the protection of tribal lands from environmental hazards and pollutants.

Our Mission

The mission of the Office of Environmental Technical Assistance (OETA) is to promote, protect and preserve tribal environments by assisting Pueblos and Tribes in building capacity to enhance tribal values, culture, lands and health.

Get Involved...JOBS!

Check out available job announcements from the 22 tribes and pueblos we serve! For more information please directly contact the tribal administration or human resources office.


Forestry Technician

Incumbent is responsible
  • to work alongside foresters and other resource specialists protecting and maintaining forests, lakes, mountains, and grasslands.
  • At times will work in relative isolation, maintaining trails or recording wildlife habitats throughout assigned area.. Conducts field operations for fuels reduction projects, prescribed fire, wild land fire suppression, fire education and associated activities.
Pueblo of Tesuque Job Application.docx
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Tesuque Forestry Tech. Job 2015-10.doc
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What's new?

Winter AQWMS Training

December 1-3, 2015
Sandia Casino Human Resources Dept.
Sandia Casino
30 Rainbow Road
Albuquerque, NM 87113

To Register Contact
Jeff Lyon

Grant Writing Workshop

1) "Personalized Grant Writing Training"
This half day workshop is open for your needs- for all writers-new and experienced!.

2) "Developing Your Funding Strategy"
This full day workshop will focus on developing a funding strategy for your tribal vulnerability assessments and climate adaptation plans.

December 16-17, 2015
UNM Science & Tech Park
801 University Blvd
Albuquerque, NM

Contact for More Information
Kim Merryman
Grant_Writing_Workshop 12.15.pdf
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