Indian Country Job Board

Currently Available Indian Country Positions


Position: Administrative Coordinator

LOCATION: Boulder, Colorado
STATUS: Full-Time; Hourly
STARTING SALARY: $30,000 – 40,000 Annually
BENEFITS: Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Disability, Vacation & Holiday Pay

About AISES
The American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) is a national nonprofit organization focused on substantially increasing the representation of Indigenous peoples of North America and the Pacific Islands in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) studies and careers. To this end, AISES provides scholarships and internships, workforce development and career resources, national and regional conferences, leadership development, and other STEM focused programming to Indigenous students and professionals. AISES is a fast-growing organization where we work hard, are passionate about the mission of AISES, and accomplish our goals with a lean staff. The successful candidate will be willing and able to take initiative and be willing to work on a variety of tasks – including those which may not necessarily be listed in the job description. AISES is an extraordinary place to work where our staff respect one another and have fun! To join our incredible team, you must be positive, hardworking, and willing to go the extra mile for the organization every day.

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Position: Ag Lender – Lakota Funds 

The Ag Lender will focus on maintaining and growing Lakota Funds agricultural lending program within their service area, which includes the Pine Ridge and Rosebud Reservations.

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Position: Chief Financial Officer (CFO) 

The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is responsible for all fiscal management aspects of Yakama Nation Housing Authority (YNHA) operations. The CFO provides leadership and coordination in the administrative, business planning, accounting and budgeting efforts of the housing authority. The CFO reports and provides follow-up directly to the Executive Director on all financial aspects and financial operations of the YNHA. The CFO assures the federal decisions are in compliance with the government fiduciary responsibility. The CFO may be required to attend all scheduled Board of Commissioner meetings to report on all financial aspects and financial operations of the YNHA. These reports include: investments, contractual, certified audits, accounts receivables, and all expenditures of the NAHAS DA Block Grant, Tax Credit Projects, and Partnerships of the Tax Credit Projects. The YNHA CFO performs financial management duties in the planning and development of the Block Grant budget. The position will also complete any Financial Compliance Reporting necessary for YNHA’s grants and programs. The CFO will be required to assemble, monitor, complete and prepare the organizations financial records for the yearly audit. Employee receives administrative director from the Executive Director, who is the immediate supervisor of the CFO. The individual displays a positive attitude and maintains a cooperative working relationship with others including subordinates, immediate supervisor, managers, other employees, and the Executive Director. The individual performs all duties and responsibilities in a timely and efficient manner according to established schedules, procedures, and policies. The individual demonstrates good judgment and suitably reports problems to the immediate supervisor.

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Position: Communications & Public Relations Director

The Association on American Indian Affairs is currently celebrating its 100th year of service in
Indian Country. A strong, inspiring leader in communications and public relations is needed
to support the Association as we move into our second century of advocacy for cultural
sovereignty! We hope you are interested in joining a dynamic and small team as we grow the
organization to achieve our vision to create a world where diverse Native American cultures
and values are lived, protected and respected.

Interested candidates must provide the following information to “Hiring Manager” at
general@Indian-Affairs.org, to be considered:

  1. Your current resume
    1. A cover letter, specific to the position for which you are applying, including why you confident that you would be a good fit for the Association and the amazing work we do
    2. A list of three professional references
    3. Samples of your writing and other media creations that you have developed:
      1. Writing sample of at least 250 and not more than 1,000 words (provide by
        pdf); and
      2. Social media posting including graphic design and written copy or story (as an attachment in pdf and/or other picture format such as jpg or png; and
      3. Links to any video production; and
      4. Other creations you believe are helpful to showcase your vision and talent

The position is open until filled. Interviews will occur on a rolling basis. Questions can be
directed to Shauna Shackleton, Office Manager, at 240-314-7155 or general@IndianAffairs.org.


Position: Deputy Commissioner of Agriculture

The Colorado Department of Agriculture is recruiting for a dynamic leader and strategic innovator to serve as the Deputy Commissioner of Agriculture. The department is looking for “excellent, skilled, and dedicated candidates” who are excited to help build economic resilience, advance voluntary stewardship, and support the next generation with a commitment to equity throughout. Read about the position here.


Position: CRDIP Cultural Resources Assistant- Wind Cave National Park

American Conservation Experience (ACE), a nonprofit Conservation Corps, in partnership with the National Park Service (NPS) is seeking a Direct Hire Authority (DHA) Cultural Resources Assistant interested in dedicating 11 weeks to support Wind Cave National Park in strengthening the relationships between the parks and Native communities as well as help communicate the cultural significance of the land and its resources to the public.

For more information about ACE, please visit: www.usaconservation.org.

Start Date: May 16, 2022

End Date: July 29, 2022

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Position: Director of Finance – Oweesta Corporation

Oweesta is seeking dynamic individual to join our team as the Director of Finance. This position will oversee the finance department to ensure proper maintenance of all accounting systems and function as well as ensure maintenance of appropriate internal controls and financial procedures.

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Position: Director of Individual Giving

LOCATION: Boulder, Colorado
STATUS: Full-Time; Exempt
STARTING SALARY: $80,000 Annually (Firm) with Potential for Annual Incentive Bonus
BENEFITS: Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Disability, Retirement, Vacation & Holiday Pay

About AISES

The American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) is a national nonprofit organization focused on substantially increasing the representation of Indigenous peoples of North America and the Pacific Islands in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) studies and careers. To this end, AISES provides scholarships and internships, workforce development and career resources, national and regional conferences, leadership development, and other STEM focused programming to Indigenous students and professionals. AISES is a fast-growing organization where we work hard, are passionate about the mission of AISES, and accomplish our goals with a lean staff. The successful candidate will be willing and able to take initiative and be willing to work on a variety of tasks – including those which may not necessarily be listed in the job description. AISES is an extraordinary place to work where our staff respect one another and have fun! To join our incredible team, you must be positive, hardworking, and willing to go the extra mile for the organization every day.

Overview

The Director of Individual Giving will lead and implement programs that cultivate, solicit, and steward individual and family foundation donors at the annual and major gift level, helping to build the pipeline of donors. The position will also be responsible for designing and implementing recurring donor and planned giving programs as well as donor designated funds and endowed funds, and will be the point of contact for inquires related to individual giving He/she/they will work closely with all members of the development, marketing, finance, IT, and executive teams to implement and manage all aspects of individual giving.

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Position: Director of Lending

Overview:

Akiptan is seeking a Director of Lending to manage the whole loan portfolio.

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Position: Director of Media and Communications

Overview:

The Director of Digital Media and Communications is responsible for creating, implementing, and executing a comprehensive strategic communications plan to reach AISES’ national and international members, partners, the public, and other constituencies. The successful candidate will be expected to build a strong digital online community, effectively implement front-end operations of all digital channels, and produce engaging content that is strategically aligned and brand compliant with AISES’ marketing and development outreach initiatives. Multiple digital channels and other electronic communications will be utilized to communicate AISES’ mission; inspire the development of partnerships, membership, and donors; and to effectively broadcast AISES’ program and advocacy initiatives. This position is expected to coordinate the flow of all digital media and communications generated by the various departments within the organization – development, marketing, individual giving, advocacy & outreach, programs, executive/operations, and research. As such, the position is required to work collaboratively with a diverse group of department directors on a daily basis. The desired candidate is highly creative, deadline driven, and possesses a problem-solving mentality, as well as leadership skills and qualities that are conducive to building strong, positive relationships across the organization.

The Director of Digital Media and Communications is part of the overall staff leadership team within the organization and is responsible for the direct supervision of the Communications Coordinator.

THE KIND OF PEOPLE WE HIRE

AISES is a fast-growing organization where we work hard, are passionate about the mission of AISES, and accomplish our goals with a lean staff. The successful candidate will be willing and able to take initiative and be willing to work on a variety of tasks – including those which may not necessarily be listed in the job description. AISES is an extraordinary place to work where our staff respect one another and have fun! To join our incredible team, you must be positive, hardworking, and willing to go the extra mile for the organization every day.

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Position: Director of Native American Partnerships

Overview:

NeighborWorks America is committed to expanding investment in Native communities, inclusive of American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian people and communities in order to support increased impact in advancing housing and economic conditions for Native people wherever they live. We do this through partnerships with national Native led organizations, increased investment in Native communities, supporting NeighborWorks network organizations to develop local partnerships with Native led organizations and tribal entities, developing and delivering culturally appropriate training, and expanding Native perspectives and representation in NeighborWorks convenings and events, advisory board and management and programmatic decisions. We place value on building trust with national, regional and local Native entities and seek to establish shared goals that demonstrate an understanding of sovereignty and build on existing capacity in Native communities.

Position Summary:

The Director, Native American Partnerships will lead the corporate wide planning and implementation of NeighborWorks’ Native commitment and partnership efforts. The Director will work in close collaboration with staff across the corporation to advance and institutionalize NeighborWorks’ commitment to Native communities. The Director will play a lead role in expanding partnerships with national Native led organizations and enhancing a better understanding of homeownership, economic well-being and community development impacts and opportunities for Native people and communities. In collaboration with NeighborWorks’ internal advisory group, Akwe:kon, meaning all of us in the Mohawk language, the Director will facilitate opportunities to continue to cultivate cultural competence and a respectful understanding of sovereignty within NeighborWorks America and the NeighborWorks network. This position will work collaboratively to align and connect with NeighborWorks’ Race, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion work. The Director reports to the Senior Vice President of National Initiatives and is expected to work in a highly collaborative manner with multiple divisions across the corporation to achieve strategic goals and outcomes.

Essential Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Provide strategic leadership to NeighborWorks Native Commitment, working collaboratively with cross-divisional partners and Akwe:kon members to plan and execute strategies that meet Commitment goals. Responsible for overall workplan, metrics and accountability.
  • Represent NeighborWorks America with Native and non-Native national and regional partners, tribes and federal agencies in order to develop and advance partnerships, programs and investment in Native communities and people.
  • Provide strategic guidance and recommendations to senior leaders across the corporation on how to advance and/or improve NeighborWorks programs, policies and communication strategies to be inclusive of Native people and communities.
  • Direct or co-direct, in varying capacities, internal and external efforts to identify, develop, implement, and/or evaluate initiatives that promote equitable access to affordable housing, community development and economic opportunities in Native communities.
  • Recommend and advise development, within the Native Community Development track and other tracks within the Training Division, of training and technical assistance tools and/or partnerships that are culturally appropriate and meet the needs of Native community development and housing professionals.
  • Recommend and/or develop internal opportunities for staff to increase cultural competence and expand understanding of sovereignty, assess opportunities for increased equity and inclusion in NeighborWorks programs, grantmaking and investments and address other related aspects of work in Native communities.
  • Provide guidance and subject matter expertise to the NeighborWorks network, both Native and non Native organizations, by connecting network members to appropriate resources, strategies and opportunities to increase their impact in Native communities.
  • Represent NeighborWorks America as a lead spokesperson on the topic of housing and community development in Native communities to external audiences.
  • Produce briefs, reports, presentations and publications to share models and best practices that advance equitable access to affordable housing and economic opportunity for Native people and communities.
  • Develop overall plans and budget in coordination with other divisions that are comprehensive, realistic, and effective in meeting corporate goals.
  • Participate and support the development and implementation of National Initiatives strategic priorities and programs, ensuring inclusion of Native communities and people.
  • Other job-related duties as assigned.

Nature of Work Contacts:

The Director will interact with a diverse group of internal staff and leadership, NeighborWorks network members, national Native and non Native partners, federal agencies, consultants, funders, and other stakeholders from within and outside NeighborWorks America.

Fiscal Responsibilities:

The Director will be responsible for managing program budget in addition to identifying external resources to support this work.

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Position: Director of Research

LOCATION: Boulder, CO or Albuquerque, NM or Remote Considered for Well Qualified Candidate
STATUS: Full-Time; Exempt
STARTING SALARY: $80,000-$90,000 Annually
BENEFITS: Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Disability, Vacation & Holiday Pay

About AISES

The American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) is a national nonprofit organization focused on substantially increasing the representation of Indigenous peoples of North America and the Pacific Islands in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) studies and careers. To this end, AISES provides scholarships and internships, workforce development and career resources, national and regional conferences, leadership development, and other STEM focused programming to Indigenous students and professionals. AISES is a fast-growing organization where we work hard, are passionate about the mission of AISES, and accomplish our goals with a lean staff. The successful candidate will be willing and able to take initiative and be willing to work on a variety of tasks – including those which may not necessarily be listed in the job description. AISES is an extraordinary place to work where our staff respect one another and have fun! To join our incredible team, you must be positive, hardworking, and willing to go the extra mile for the organization every day.

Overview

The Director of Research directly manages several grant-supported research related projects, and conducts research related to Indigenous students and professionals in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) disciplines. The position provides oversight, strategic leadership, management, and overall direction of AISES’s research and related projects as an integral part of the Programs Department. The Director of Research is expected to develop both qualitative and quantitative research methodologies of high confidence, set standards of documentation, and advise on research and evaluation approaches and models. This position is vital to AISES’ overall mission of increasing the number of Indigenous people in STEM studies and careers, and therefore qualified candidates must possess an entrepreneurial, results-oriented work ethic

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Position: Executive Director

Friendship House Association of American Indians

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Position: Finance and Administration Officer

Akiptan is seeking a Finance and Administration Offer to oversee all finance and daily operations of Akiptan.

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Position: Impact Analyst – Clearinghouse CDFI 

The Impact Analyst plays a key role in supporting the corporate mission and helping Clearinghouse CDFI remain true to its triple bottom line – people, profit, and planet.

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Position: Grants Evaluation Specialist, GS 11-12

Term Appointment- Term not to exceed one year and one day, may be extended for a total of up to four years

Location: Albuquerque, NM

Open: June 24, 2022
Close: July 8, 2022

As a Grants Evaluation Specialist, you will:

  • Be responsible for ensuring compliance of program grant recipients to HUD requirements through on-site monitoring, fiscal audit tracking, and coordination of training and technical assistance for local clients.
  • Be responsible for maintaining relevant data base systems and data integrity, developing resolutions to complex problems, identifying and tracking trends, and providing recommendations for resource allocations as well as programs, solutions, and processes to be reviewed for effectiveness.
  • Engage in all associated aspects of local grant evaluation activities including planning, policy and program guidance, risk assessment, on-site and remote monitoring, periodic report reviews, audit tracking and finding clearance, technical assistance and training, and initiation of enforcement actions.
  • Implement national policies, standards, procedures and guidelines with regard to the monitoring and evaluation of all applicable programs.
  • Provide guidance to Indian tribes and Tribally-Designated Housing Entities (TDHEs) regarding the interpretation and application of grant evaluation program policies and procedures.

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Position: Haskell Indian Nations University Internship Opportunity

The Tepa and Travois internship program is designed to give students from Haskell Indian Nations University (HINU) the opportunity for real world experience in a wide range of professional fields.

Travois and Tepa will not be hosting 2021 summer interns. Our teams are working from home and cannot accommodate interns at this time. Our internship opportunity will resume in 2022.

Questions? Contact ashley@travois.com.


Position: Loan Officer

Akiptan is seeking a Loan Officer to oversee a portion of our portfolio as we continue to grow.

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Position: Managing Director

Native Organizers Alliance

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Position: National Editor/Coach

Indian Country Today, soon to be branded as ICT, seeks a National Editor and Coach to help us build something new — a reimagined network of regional bureaus that covers the Indigenous world and gives aspiring journalists the chance to work alongside us. This position has a dual mission. First, the senior-level editor must thrive on shaping our daily journalism from story conception to approach, to editing, to distribution and promotion for maximum audience reach. Second, this editor must also be an experienced leader with a strategic mindset and planning skills to help us build a national internship program. This role combines superb journalistic skills with passions for covering the Indigenous world and mentoring the next generation of Indigenous journalists. Although our main office is headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, your laboratory will be in places like Alaska, Oregon, Washington, D.C., and soon-to-be created bureaus across Native America.

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Position: Native Housing Consultant Assistant (Remote)

Heroda Bikax^e Consulting LLC dba Morning Star Consulting is looking for a Native Housing Consultant Assistant to provide administrative support to the consulting firm. This role will assist in developing quality indian housing grant applications, developing housing presentations for training and technical assistance programs, and continue fostering relationships with native housing clients.

Bachelors degree required, minimum of 2 years experience with NAHASDA and Indian Housing.

*This is a contract (1099) consultant position. Responsibilities are by project/contract, and benefits are not included. Consultants are responsible for paying applicable taxes related to all contracted work. There are no guaranteed hours or compensation – only as projects are requested.

Interested Consultants:

Please forward a resume and/or curriculum vitae to Brandi Liberty, Owner and Tribal Housing Consultant, Heroda Bikaxe Consulting LLC, at Brandi.Liberty@MorningStarConsultants.org

To learn more about what we do visit our website by clicking the link here: Heroda Bikax^e Consulting LLC


Position: Program Associate

The Program Associate’s primary responsibility is to assist and support Program Officers and the Director of Programs in the administration and implementation of First Nations’ projects. Additional responsibilities include thoughtful contributions to conversations, coordination of technical assistance and training, participation in onsite visits, grantee communications, grant management, and monitoring of consultant work that may include developing consultant agreements, monitoring deliverables, performing data entry in the Airtable project management platform, and organizing files.

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Position: Project architect / Project manager

We are seeking a project architect/project manager to join our growing team.

Travois Design provides architectural services to Indigenous communities. We create homes, buildings and amenities that meet our clients’ community needs: safe, affordable housing and economic opportunity.

Role: Manage projects from conception to completion. Lead the creative design process, produce and coordinate drawings and specifications, manage construction administration and monitor construction.

Applicant should be a licensed architect or have a minimum of five years experience designing and managing projects through the construction phase. Ideal candidate will have affordable housing knowledge and experience with residential design and/or community amenities, such as small scale commercial buildings, community centers, administrative buildings and recreation centers. Click here to download a full job description.

Travois offers a generous benefit package. Employees receive unlimited PTO, 401(k) benefits, employer paid health care, paid parental leave and more. Employees also have the option to work remotely. Design team specific benefits include PTO for ARE exams and paid exam fees, architecture licensure and renewals, and annual NCARB fees.

Interested candidates contact Adam Teefey, director of design, at ateefey@travois.com.


Position: Program Associate, NDN Partners

NDN Collective


Position: Project Coordinator 

South Dakota Native Homeownership Coalition


Position: Program Officer – Nourishing Native Foods & Health

The Program Officer is part of the Nourishing Native Foods & Health program and works to support tribes and Native communities as they build sustainable food systems that improve health, strengthen food security, and increase access to healthy food and control over Native agriculture and food systems. The Program Officer’s primary responsibility is to assist and support Senior Program Officers and the Director of Programs in the administration and implementation of First Nations’ Nourishing Native Foods & Health projects, with duties that  include thoughtful contributions to Indigenous food and agriculture conversations and solutions to issues, coordination of technical assistance and training, participation in onsite visits, grantee communications, grant management, and consultant management.

Learn more about the position here.


Position: Program Specialist

The purpose of this position is, a developmental capacity and under closer than normal supervision, serving as a Program Specialist, responsible for administrative, analytical, and evaluative work related to the assigned office or program. This position is for Recent Graduates and is a one year program with potential for conversion into a permanent position.

Learn more about the position here.


Position: Pueblo of Tesuque Development Corporation Board of Directors

The Pueblo of Tesuque Development Corporation (POTDC) is recruiting interested candidates to serve on its Board of Directors. POTDC seeks candidates with experience in Indian gaming and accounting or finance. A CPA and residence in New Mexico are preferred.

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Position: Regional Competitiveness Officer RFP

Four Bands Community Fund

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POSITION: Senior Development Officer

POSITION LOCATION: Boulder, CO or Albuquerque, NM or Remote considered for well qualified candidate
SUPERVISED BY: Chief Development Officer
STATUS: Regular, Full-Time
CLASSIFICATION: Exempt
SALARY RANGE: $60,000 – $75,000 Annual
BENEFITS: Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Disability, Retirement, Vacation & Holiday Pay

ABOUT AISES:

The American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) is a national nonprofit organization focused on substantially increasing the representation of Indigenous peoples of North America and the Pacific Islands in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) studies and careers. To this end, AISES provides scholarships and internships, workforce development and career resources, national and regional conferences, leadership development, and other STEM focused programming to Indigenous students and professionals.

WHAT KIND OF PEOPLE WE HIRE:

AISES is a fast-growing organization where we work hard, are passionate about the mission of AISES, and accomplish our goals with a lean staff. The successful candidate will be willing and able to take initiative and be willing to work on a variety of tasks – including those which may not necessarily be listed in the job description. AISES is an extraordinary place to work where our staff respect one another and have fun! To join our incredible team, you must be positive, hardworking, and willing to go the extra mile for the organization every day.

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Senior Development Officer has the primary responsibility for drafting, implementing, and tracking an annual fundraising plan to help meet the annual and long-term revenue goals of the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES). The Senior Development Officer will identify funding sources, conduct research, and write grants, proposals, and seek event and program sponsorships. The Senior Development Officer will be the primary grant writer, working collaboratively across departments.

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Position: Senior Development Officer

POSITION LOCATION: Boulder, CO or Albuquerque, NM or Remote considered for well qualified candidate
SUPERVISED BY: Chief Development Officer
STATUS: Regular, Full-Time
CLASSIFICATION: Exempt
SALARY RANGE: $60,000 – $75,000 Annual
BENEFITS: Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Disability, Retirement, Vacation & Holiday Pay

ABOUT AISES:

The American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) is a national nonprofit organization focused on substantially increasing the representation of Indigenous peoples of North America and the Pacific Islands in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) studies and careers. To this end, AISES provides scholarships and internships, workforce development and career resources, national and regional conferences, leadership development, and other STEM focused programming to Indigenous students and professionals.

WHAT KIND OF PEOPLE WE HIRE:

AISES is a fast-growing organization where we work hard, are passionate about the mission of AISES, and accomplish our goals with a lean staff. The successful candidate will be willing and able to take initiative and be willing to work on a variety of tasks – including those which may not necessarily be listed in the job description. AISES is an extraordinary place to work where our staff respect one another and have fun! To join our incredible team, you must be positive, hardworking, and willing to go the extra mile for the organization every day.

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Senior Development Officer has the primary responsibility for drafting, implementing, and tracking an annual fundraising plan to help meet the annual and long-term revenue goals of the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES). The Senior Development Officer will identify funding sources, conduct research, and write grants, proposals, and seek event and program sponsorships. The Senior Development Officer will be the primary grant writer, working collaboratively across departments.

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Position: Sourcing And Logistics Specialist

SUPERVISED BY: Reports To Chief Operations Officer
SALARY RANGE: $60k-65k annual salary

Specific Responsibilities include:

  • Manage all supply chain activities: the planning of sourcing, logistics and distribution, customs clearance, and inventory control.
  • Ensure effectively functioning processes to avoid costly delays and lost opportunities.
  • Lead the timing of product reorders to meet seasonal demand.
  • Ensure effective lines of communication to ensure timely delivery of products using the most appropriate sourcing procedures.
  • Be responsible for introducing process improvements in the supply chain and identify new vendors/suppliers without jeopardizing quality and service delivery.
  • Ensure full compliance with sourcing rules and regulations.

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Position: Sustainability Specialist

The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Tribal Government is looking to hire a Sustainability Specialist to Collaborate with government operations, enterprise businesses, and Community Members of the SMSC to identify and develop community-wide sustainability programs. Click below to see the application and full requirements and responsibilities.

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Position: Tribal Health Program Support (THPS) Public Health Director

United South and Eastern Tribes
Nashville, TN 37214
Temporarily remote
Salary: From $85,778 a year
Job Type: Full-time

Qualifications

  • Experience: Tribal Health Program, 5 years (Preferred)

Full Job Description

The United South and Eastern Tribes, Inc. (USET) Tribal Health Program Support Director is responsible for developing and implementing programs, functions, services and activities in fulfillment of the existing contract scope of work. The incumbent provides support to the USET Executive Director, Health Committee Chairperson and Tribal Health Directors by serving as a primary resource for current health related information. Incumbent also serves as liaison between USET Tribes and various health agencies and organizations to ensure that the USET Tribes are represented, and their interests are protected. The incumbent has direct supervisory responsibility for employees/contractors/consultants hired/retained under the auspices of the Tribal Health Program Support Office.

Position: USET Data Management Specialist

United South and Eastern Tribes
Nashville, TN 37214
Temporarily remote
Salary: $34,000 – $57,000 a year
Job Type: Full-time

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s (Preferred)
  • UNIX: 1 year (Preferred)
  • Data management: 2 years (Preferred)

Full Job Description

The United South and Eastern Tribes, Inc. (USET) Data Management Specialist is responsible for data management overall technical support to the USET Tribal Health Program Support department. The position is responsible for providing expertise on technology related security and infrastructure issues. The position may also act as a consultant to certain USET Tribal Nations for health-related information technology issues which affect health service delivery or facilities. The position will also assist the Tribal Epidemiology Center (TEC) with certain projects related to health data extraction and management.

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Position: Water/Wastewater Senior Technical Assistance Specialist

United South and Eastern Tribes
Nashville, TN 37214
Temporarily remote

Qualifications

  • water/wastewater operator: 5 years (Preferred)
  • Water and/or Wastewater Operator Certification (Preferred)

Full Job Description

The Senior Technical Assistance Specialist will work extensively with the United South and Eastern Tribes (USET) membership to enhance and improve environmental capabilities through capacity building, developing training, finding training opportunities, and technical assistance activities. The incumbent has specific responsibility for fulfilling the goals and objectives of the USET Office of Environmental Resources Management (OERM), USET Certification Program, Safe Drinking Water Act, Performance Partnership Grant, Health and Human Services Grant, and other related Programs.

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