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: Communications Manager

First Nations Development Institute

The Communications Manager is responsible for implementing First Nations’ social media plan, as well as helping write and edit a wide range of overall communications vehicles in line with the organization’s vision, strategy and values. The Communications Manager works closely with the Senior Communications Officer and is responsible for end-to-end communications for key projects and specific program initiatives.


Position: Director, Isleta Pueblo Housing Authority

Accomplishes the Tribes Housing strategic objectives by planning, organizing, and directing all functions required to operate and maintain activities to enhance the quality of life by providing, safe, sound, and affordable housing and good quality homes for members of the Pueblo of Isleta.

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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: DC-based position Director Indian Economic Development Office (Interior)

The Director position is located with the Department of the Interior, Office of the Secretary, Office of the Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs (AS-IA), Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary – Policy and Economic Development, Indian Economic Development Office, in Washington, DC. Learn more and apply here.


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 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: Events Manager

POSITION LOCATION: Boulder, Colorado
SUPERVISED BY: Senior Director of Special Events
STATUS: Regular, Full-Time
CLASSIFICATION: Exempt
SALARY RANGE: $40,000 – $50,000 Annually
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.

Overview

The Events Manager is responsible for working in collaboration with all departments to successfully execute the AISES annual events. This position will manage administrative support duties and project management for the Events Department and provide excellent customer service to all internal and external individuals. This position will assist the Senior Director of Special Events in planning and managing the logistics, leading up to and during, the AISES annual events. The ideal candidate is organized, detail oriented, friendly, effective communicator, and eager to learn.

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Position: Executive Director – Four Directions Development Corporation 

The Executive Director will partner with the board of directors to provide strategic direction and leadership, directly oversees FDDC’s programs and operations, and will be responsible for the organization’s financial health.

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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: 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: Public Health Evaluation Specialist

United South and Eastern Tribes
Nashville, TN 37214
Temporarily remote
Job Type: Full-time

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s (Preferred)

Full Job Description

The USET THPS Evaluation Specialist supports the United South and Eastern Tribes, Inc. (USET) – Tribal Health Program Support (THPS) staff with planning, implementing, and coordinating evaluation activities for the Program. The incumbent will be responsible for designing program evaluation tools, educating Tribal partners on evaluation tool design, implementing evaluation processes, and writing progress and final reports. In addition, they will provide programmatic support and coordination to include communication and collaboration with external grantees. He/she is responsible for timely completion of deliverables to meet the needs of the funder and program manager. The USET THPS Evaluation Specialist must implement Tribal and Area evaluation plans that demonstrate measurable progress toward applicant-identified assessment driven outcomes.

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Position: Resource Development Coordinator

First Nations Development Institute
The Resource Development Coordinator is responsible for a wide range of administrative duties supporting the resource development team and fundraising activities of the organization. This may include communicating with First Nations supporters to respond to requests for information, tracking donor communications, conducting prospect research and assisting in donor outreach activities.


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: Supervisory Grants Management Specialist

Summary

This position is located at Department of Housing and Urban DevelopmentAssistant Secretary for Public and Indian Housing.

This opportunity is also open to Status eligibles under announcement 21-HUD-1929Please refer to that announcement for details on open period, eligibility, and how to apply.

 

Responsibilities

As a Supervisory Grants Management Specialist, you will:

  • Plan and supervise the technical functions and administrative duties of the AO Grants Management Specialists. Monitors and evaluates performance of AD Grants Management Division personnel.
  • Supervise the technical assistance efforts to Indian tribes and TDHEs by monitoring the division’s responses to questions and the development of tailored packages to address specific needs.
  • Ensure consistency in the administration of applicable programs and adherence to program policies within the AO.
  • Study problems relating to the AO administration of applicable programs and prepares a report on the problem areas.

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Position: Supervisory Native American Program Specialist

Summary

This position is located at Department of Housing and Urban DevelopmentAssistant Secretary for Public and Indian Housing.

This opportunity is also open to Status eligibles under announcement 21-HUD-1874. Please refer to that announcement for details on open period, eligibility, and how to apply.

Responsibilities

As a Supervisory Native American Program Specialist, you will:

  • Supervise, monitor and evaluate subordinate positions; hear and resolve group grievances; review and approve disciplinary actions; facilitate planning, coordination and scheduling; manage work assignments, equipment resources, staff training and travel needs; and ensure that the agency’s administrative procedures meet HUD requirements.
  • Manage headquarters’ personnel actions, including writing position descriptions, crediting plans; implementing the EPPES process; preparing paperwork for awards and any other personnel matters as needed.
  • Initiate new administrative methods and procedures for requesting supplies, services, and various other forms of administrative and logistical support drawing on experience and analysis of office needs and problems, and existing Federal and Departmental policy in order to supplement standing operating procedures.
  • Work closely with the PIH Administrative Services and Management Division to ensure that ONAP plans conform to the overall Federal and departmental policies and procedures.

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Position: Tribal Health Program Support (THPS) Administrative Assistant

United South and Eastern Tribes
Nashville, TN 37214
Temporarily remote
Salary: From $15.97 an hour
Job Type: Full-time

Full Job Description

The THPS Administrative Assistant is responsible for making travel arrangements, processing travel advances and expense reports, reconciling credit card statements, answering emails and calls, and providing administrative support to the Tribal Health Program Support (THPS) team. Incumbent may also provide clerical support to various staff members within the organization, boards or committees to contribute to efficient operations. The ability to multi-task while maintaining complex schedules is essential in this position. The ideal candidate is resourceful, a good problem solver, has a positive personality and is organized.


Position: Tribal Health Program Support (THPS) Project Administrator

United South and Eastern Tribes

Nashville, TN 37214
Temporarily remote
Salary: From $45,000 a year
Job Type: Full-time

Qualifications

  • Associate (Preferred)

Full Job Description

The Project Administrator’s primary responsibility is for supporting the objectives of the United South and Eastern Tribes, Inc. (USET) multi-year grant projects and other programs. The work will require judgment, planning, and project coordination in completing tasks. Ongoing project management skills required to coordinate the work of multi-disciplinary teams in meeting program and grant objectives on time over multiple year periods.


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: Tribal Health Program Support (THPS) Program Manager

United South and Eastern Tribes
Nashville, TN 37214
Temporarily remote
Salary: From $56,000 a year
Job Type: Full-time

Qualifications

  • Master’s (Preferred)

Full Job Description

The USET Public Health Programs Manager is responsible for assisting United South and Eastern Tribes, Inc. (USET), Tribal Health Program Support (THPS) personnel and USET member Tribes in developing and managing public health programs and projects. The Public Health Programs Manager must ensure that all timelines and budgets are being adhered to as they develop and implement public health projects geared towards improving the overall general health of Tribal populations.

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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