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  • Mansel A. Nelson
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    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 13, 2003
      >Employment Opportunities (03.05.03-03.12.03)
      >1. HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR , Native American Connections, Inc.
      >2. Local Government Specialist/Proposal Development:
      >International City/Couunty Management Association; Washington DC
      >3. Policy Analyst: The Urban Justice Center; New York, NY
      >4. Senior Analyst: International Crisis Group; Nairobi, Kenya
      >5. Executive Director: Whitefoord Community Program; Atlanta,
      >6. Director of Education Policy Assessment: Academy for
      >Educational Development; Washington, DC
      >7. TRIO PROGRAM PROJECT DIRECTOR - Si Tanka Huron Eagle Butte
      >8. Project Coordinator, National Tribal Justice Resource
      >Center's National Tribal Child Initiative
      >9. National Indian Health Board Vacancy Announcements
      >10. Project Manager, Running Strong for American Indian Youth
      >11. Invitation for Bids Number 34 - Modernization for 15
      >housing units
      >12. Owens Valley Career Development Center Management, Owens
      >Valley Career Development Center
      >13. District Superintendent, The San Pasqual Valley Unified
      >School District
      >14. Request for Proposals - Even Start
      >15. Grant Writer Needed, Association for Tribal Heritage
      >16. Manager, Ethics & Professional Review
      >17. Executive Director, Seminole Nation Development Authority
      >18. Health General Manager
      >19. Dean of Instruction for Liberal Arts and Vocational Related
      >Education, Community Colleges of Spokane
      >20. General Counsel, Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community
      >1. HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR , Native American Connections,
      > SALARY: DOE
      >REPORTS TO: NACI Executive Director
      >APPOINTMENT: This is a full time, exempt, Department Head position;
      >Native-American Preference applies.
      >The HR Director provides services and resources for the broad range
      >of activities that make up human resource management including:
      >classification, compensation, benefits administration, labor
      >relations, policy and procedure development, training and
      >development, records and systems management, employment, employee
      >relations, performance management, and strategic planning. The Human
      >Resource Office is a service department for all NACI departments to
      >Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in human
      >resource management, public administration, psychology or a closely
      >related field.
      >Three or more years of progressively responsible experience in human
      >resource management of which 2 years is supervisory experience.
      >Demonstrated expertise in communications and interpersonal skills.
      >Masters degree from an accredited college or university in business
      >or public administration or closely related field.
      >Professional Human Resources (PHR) or Senior Professional Human
      >Resources (SPHR) certification.
      >Demonstrated ability to provide high quality service within
      >constrained resources in a multi-user environment. Ability to be a
      >positive leader with experience leading, facilitating, teaching and
      >coaching teams of people in successful endeavors.
      >If interested: fax resume, cover letter, references & salary
      >requirements to (602) 238-9083
      >OR Mail to: Native American Connections, Inc.
      > Attn: Diana Devine, Executive Director
      > 650 North 2nd Avenue
      > Phoenix, Arizona 85003
      >OR Email to: d.devine@...
      >Any questions please call: Denise Taylor @ (602) 254-3247
      >2. Local Government Specialist/Proposal Development:
      >International City/County Management Association; Washington DC
      >The Organization:
      >ICMA is the professional and educational organization for chief
      >appointed managers, administrators, and assistants in cities, towns,
      >counties, and regional entities throughout the world. Since 1914,
      >ICMA has provided technical and management assistance, training, and
      >information resources to its members and the local government
      >community. The management decisions made by ICMA's nearly 8,000
      >members affect more than 100 million individuals in thousands of
      >communities--from small towns with populations of a few hundred to
      >metropolitan areas serving several million.
      >The Position:
      >The International City/County Management Association (ICMA), a non-
      >profit professional association specializing in international local
      >government assistance, is seeking experienced local government
      >specialists to assist with project design and proposal development.
      >The position is available for a series of one-to-two month
      >assignments to assist ICMA professional staff in Washington, DC, and
      >in field offices abroad with the development of new business
      >* Knowledge of overarching local government/urban development
      >* Familiarity with local government reform issues at strategic
      >and technical levels.
      >* Proven success in program design and proposal development,
      >particular for U.S. government
      >funded activities.
      >* Very strong writing and editing skills.
      >* Ability to provide proposal development guidance and coordinate
      >multiple technical
      >* Familiarity with USAID RFPs.
      >* Knowledge of USAID programs and government contracts.
      >Note: Individuals whose experience is not directly related to local
      >government and urban development in an international context are not
      >qualified for these assignments. Also, individuals whose experience
      >is limited to private sector funding proposals (foundations,
      >corporations, etc.) will not have the skills required for these
      >To apply:
      >Please e-mail a cover letter highlighting your experience as it
      >relates to the required skills and your CV (in English) to
      >recruitment@.... Reference "Proposal Development" in the
      >subject line.
      >3. Policy Analyst: The Urban Justice Center; New York, NY
      >The Organization:
      >The Urban Justice Center is a not-for-profit agency dedicated to
      >advocating on behalf of the poor and marginalized through a unique
      >combination of direct representation, systemic advocacy
      >driven by our direct services work, community education and
      >empowerment. The Urban Justice Center (UJC)'s Homelessness Outreach &
      >Prevention Project (HOPP), staffed by a project director, six full
      >time advocates, a project coordinator, and five full time Attorneys,
      >operates legal clinics at soup kitchens and food pantries in the
      >Bronx, Manhattan and Brooklyn where we provide
      >legal advice, referrals, advocacy and representation for low income
      >New Yorkers. We engage in both direct service and affirmative
      >litigation and policy work in the area of public benefits and run an
      >extensive program serving low-income victims of September 11th, 2001.
      >The Position:
      >HOPP has recently obtained funding to participate in a City-wide
      >effort to substantially increase Food Stamps enrollment. We seek a
      >research and policy analyst with extensive qualitative and
      >quantitative research skills to work in this area.
      >Tracking project specific data and issuing regular reports;
      >designing, implementing and managing applied social science research
      >projects; developing and utilizing evaluation tools specifically with
      >respect to barriers to utilization of the Food Stamp program;
      >communicating with both the media, clients, and community-based
      >organizations, and working with project staff on policy initiatives
      >and publications.
      >Strong research, analytical, and oral communication skills are
      >essential. Applicants should hold a Masters degree in an appropriate
      >field, have a demonstrated history of success in similar
      >endeavors, and have a proven history of and commitment to working in
      >diverse, low income communities on social justice issues. Spanish
      >language fluency (or at least aptitude) is very
      >To Apply:
      >Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Please submit
      >a cover letter detailing experience, resume, a brief writing sample,
      >and a list of references to HOPP Research and Policy
      >Analyst Search, The Urban Justice Center, 666 Broadway, 10th Floor,
      >New York, NY 10012. No email, phone, or fax inquiries please.
      >4. Senior Analyst: International Crisis Group; Nairobi, Kenya
      >The Organization:
      >The Position:
      >Conducting extensive field research into prevailing security, social,
      >political and economic conditions in Central Africa.
      >* Devising, in collaboration with the members of ICG's Central Africa
      >team and the Africa Program Co-Director, a detailed schedule of field
      >research and writing tasks to be carried out;
      >* Analysing specific issues linked to the political stability,
      >economic regeneration and the prevention of further conflict;
      >* Proposing practical policy recommendations for implementation
      >by local and international officials in the region and policymakers
      >in foreign governments;
      >*Preparing detailed reports and briefing papers setting out relevant
      >research findings and policy recommendations; and
      >* Advocating ICG's findings and recommendations to the media and to
      >key officials and policymakers in the region and abroad;
      >To Apply:
      >Contact: Ms Karine Traonvouez
      >Email: open_position@...
      >Apply by: April 5, 2003
      >5. Executive Director: Whitefoord Community Program; Atlanta,
      >The Organization:
      >The Whitefoord Community Program is an eight year old innovative not-
      >for-profit partnership to improve health and school performance for
      >children of families of the Edgewood Neighborhood, Southeast Atlanta.
      >Partners include Atlanta Public Schools, Emory University Pediatric
      >Health Care and several local foundations.
      >The Position:
      >Whitefoord is seeking an experienced professional with an asset
      >approach to organizational and community development to lead this
      >unique program of service and community leadership. The
      >candidate must be a team builder and collaborator, with the ability
      >to lead the organization into its next phase of growth, exemplary
      >service and policy leadership. The candidate must be able to both
      >create and sustain partnerships with a broad range of funding and
      >service organizations and to involve and engage community leaders at
      >the most basic level to strengthen community ownership of
      >revitalizing programs.
      >The candidate must have a bachelor's degree and five years of
      >successful administrative experience. Prior leadership experience as
      >an Executive Director/President or responsible Assistant
      >Director/Vice President is desired. The candidate should be able to
      >demonstrate superior talent in organizational skills, written and
      >verbal communications, information technology and human resource
      >To Apply:
      >Send comprehensive resume to Winsome
      >Hawkins at the Whitefoord Community Program via electronic mail to
      >6. Director of Education Policy Assessment: Academy for
      >Educational Development; Washington, DC
      >The Position:
      >The Director will lead AED's work on issues relating to education
      >economics and policy in addition to working on two specific projects.
      >The first would be to lead a collaborative effort among donor
      >agencies and policy makers to develop a diagnostic tool to help
      >assess developing countries' progress in education reform. The tool
      >will be used by donors and policymakers in developing countries to
      >diagnose and monitor education systems and to guide decisionmaking on
      >education assistance.
      >The second project is to provide USAID with technical capacity and
      >leadership in education policy planning, economics, finance and data
      >issues and to support dissemination of state-of-the-art knowledge and
      >capacity building in theses areas. AED will lead this effort with a
      >consortium on NGOs.
      >Develop an analytical and diagnostic tool for use by donors and
      >policymakers to achieve EFA and MCA education goals. The tool will
      >use quantitative and qualitative indicators of a country's
      >commitment, capacity and progress in meeting Education for All
      >objectives, including issues of governance and accountability,
      >adequacy of data for planning and monitoring, equity, the quality
      >of education and political will. This tool will build on existing
      >tools and be developed with the collaboration and support of multiple
      >stakeholders (donors, policymakers in developing
      >countries, NGOs), field tested in several countries working with AED
      >country offices, and revised to reflect the needs of the
      >stakeholders. The key to a successful development of this tool will
      >be a highly consultative process with key stakeholders such as donor
      >agencies, non-governmental agencies and developing countries. As a
      >key member of a consortium of NGO's , provide intellectual leadership
      >in a collaborative process of policy research, publications, and
      >technical assistance. Conduct and direct research
      >into questions of central importance to developing effective
      >education systems in developing countries. Provide technical
      >assistance to clients in developing countries, USAID missions, and
      >international organizations, including through short-term consulting
      >assignments in countries around the world. Provide technical advice
      >and support to core GEC programs as necessary and requested.
      >PhD in one of the following or related fields: Economics, Education,
      >Education Planning and Education Policy required.
      >10 year(s) of relevant experience required
      >Strong quantitative skills, particularly in statistical methods.
      >Substantive, detailed knowledge of education indicators and
      >measurement tools
      >Understanding of education policy issues in developing countries.
      >Direct experience working with educational data systems in developing
      >Experience working with donor agencies, particularly the World Bank,
      >UNESCO, and USAID.
      >Working knowledge one or more major languages (Spanish, French,
      >Arabic, or others).
      >Strong management and interpersonal skills.
      >To Apply:
      >Please visit www.aed.org.
      >7. TRIO PROGRAM PROJECT DIRECTOR - Si Tanka Huron Eagle Butte
      >POSTING DATE: March 1, 2003
      >Required: Bachelors in field, Masters preferred, 3 years experience
      >in related field.
      >No positions open at this time.
      >Description of above job openings: please contact Si Tanka/Huron
      >Human Resource office.
      >Salary: Based on approved grid and years experience.
      >Benefits: Single package covered by employer includes Life ($30,000),
      >Health, Vision, Dental.
      >Si Tanka Huron University
      >ATTN: Human Resource Office
      >P.O. Box 220
      >Eagle Butte, SD 57625
      >PLEASE CONTACT GLADYS @ 605-964-8011 ext 3115
      >8. Project Coordinator, National Tribal Justice Resource
      >Center's National Tribal Child Initiative
      >National Tribal Justice Resource Center
      >3333 Iris Ave. Suite 101
      >Boulder, co 80301 Contact: Vincent Knight
      >Phone: 303-245-0786
      >Fax: 303-245-0785
      >Email: mail@...
      >Website: http://www.tribalresourcecenter.org
      >Closing Date:
      >Position Description:
      >Seeking an individual to serve as Project Coordinator for the NTJRC'
      >s Child Support Enforcement project the National Tribal Child Support
      >Initiative. The project coordinator will be responsible for managing
      >and coordinating the project activities according to the goals and
      >objectives of the project in conjunction with the Executive Director
      >of NTJRC.
      >Preferred qualifications include a licensed attorney with one to five
      >years experience in the area of child support enforcement or related
      >field; direct work experience with a tribal court program also
      >preferred, experience in grant administration and writing, and the
      >development of written training materials. Non-attorneys with
      >equivalent experience and qualificatins may also apply. Knowledge of
      >American Indian culture and ability to work with American Indians a
      >Salary range DOE $45K to $55K. Excellent Benefits. No moving costs.
      >Email: mail@...
      >Application Procedure:
      >Send or email application or resume and two letters of reference to:
      >Vincent L. Knight, Executive Director, NTJRC, 3333 Iris Avenue, #101,
      >Boulder Col. 80301. Closes March 15th, 2003.
      >9. National Indian Health Board Vacancy Announcements
      >The National Indian Health Board, located in Washington D.C., is
      >currently seeking applicants for the position of Executive Secretary.
      >The Executive Secretary is responsible for administrative support for
      >the NIHB Executive Director and staff. The Executive Secretary will
      >work closely with other support staff to ensure the objectives of the
      >NIHB's programs are completed as directed. The person will assist
      >the Office Manager in carrying out and conducting the activities
      >associated with the Annual Consumer Conference. Routine assignments
      >as assigned could include, i.e., follow-up contacts, drafting routine
      >letters, confirming meetings, arranging meeting logistics, etc.
      >Assists with report preparation and presentation format.
      >Executive Secretary
      >OPENING DATE: Immediate
      >REPORTS TO: Executive Director
      >CLOSING DATE: Until Filled
      >LOCATION: Washington, DC
      >Interested parties are requested to submit résumé and cover letter
      >National Indian Health Board
      >101 Constitution Ave. N.W., Suite B-809
      >Washington D.C. 20001
      >Fax (202) 742-4615
      >Information may also be submitted by e-mail to jpetherick@...
      >No phone inquiries please.
      >10. Project Manager, Running Strong for American Indian Youth
      >Deadline: March 14
      >Lorton, Virginia
      >Running Strong for American Indian Youth is a national nonprofit
      >organization serving American Indian communities throughout the
      >United States. Our mission is to help American Indian families meet
      >their immediate survival needs ­ food, water and shelter ­ while
      >identifying and supporting programs to encourage self-sufficiency and
      >self-esteem, particularly for Native youth. Working with our National
      >Spokesperson, Olympic Champion Billy Mills, staff in the field, and
      >local community leaders, we are building a new generation of leaders
      >from today's Indian youth.
      >The Project Manager is responsible for identifying and developing
      >prospective Running Strong funded programs while working with
      >established programs to spark improvement, innovation and fundraising
      >opportunities. He/she works with the Executive Director and staff to
      >strategize organizational direction, areas of focus and impacts while
      >ensuring that Running Strong is true to its charitable mission and
      >meets the high accountability standards required of any national
      >nonprofit organization.
      >Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
      >Site visits and trouble shoots current Running Strong funded programs
      >or potential programs in consultation with field staff. Provides
      >Executive Director with candid, detailed assessments of program
      >strengths and weaknesses with proposed solutions.
      >Solicits and evaluates potential grant recipients and ensures
      >grantees' compliance with Running Strong grant award reporting
      >Develops new substantive program initiatives and implements measures
      >necessary for their success (including program development, proposal
      >writing, community interaction and fact finding, program management
      >and budgeting).
      >Conceives programs whose success will solicit other sources of income
      >for the long-term growth and stability of the organization.
      >Develops, writes, and edits Running Strong printed material.
      >Participates in the Annual Running Strong Tour.
      >Minimum Qualifications:
      >Bachelor's Degree and 3-5 years nonprofit or related experience.
      >MS Office proficiency, especially Word, Excel, Access.
      >A successful candidate will demonstrate strong critical thinking and
      >writing skills, flexibility, attention to detail, and ability to work
      >in American Indian communities with respect to American Indian
      >Willingness to travel (including weekends) as necessary.
      >Knowledge of and experience with American Indian communities a plus.
      >To Apply:
      >Send resume, salary requirements and a writing sample via email
      >(Subject: Project Manager) to jobs@... or FAX (703) 550
      >2473, ATTN: Project Manager by March 14th. No phone calls please.
      >11. INVITATION FOR BIDS NUMBER 34 - Modernization for 15
      >housing units
      >Window Rock, AZ
      >Bids #34 - Modernization for 15 housing units 3-5-2003
      >The Navajo Housing Authority (NHA) will receive bids for the
      >modernization for 15 housing units on the Navajo Nation until 3:00 pm
      >Mountain Standard Time (MST) on the 28th of March, 2003 (at which
      >time the bids will be opened) at the following location:
      >Holiday Inn
      >2815 West Highway 66
      >Gallup, New Mexico 87301
      >The project sites are located at the following communities;
      >NM15-33 Alamo, NM 15 Units Mutual Help-Modernization
      >This invitation is unrestricted, however, Indian preference will
      >apply in accordance with 24 CFR 1000.52 (a) (2). Firms wishing to
      >qualify for Indian preference must complete the Indian Preference Pre-
      >qualification documents included in the bid package and submit their
      >documentation with their bid.
      >Licensed General Contractors may obtain copies of the bid documents
      >by depositing $100.00 for each set of bid documents obtained. Cost of
      >shipping copies of the bid documents will be the responsibility of
      >the Bidder. Copies will be issued by Albuquerque Blueprint Company at
      >4716 McLead NE, Albuquerque, NM on direction from the Office of the
      >John Tansey, Architect PA
      >400 Gold SW, Suite 222
      >Albuquerque, NM 87102
      >Phone: (505) 346-1020
      >Fax: (505) 346-1022
      >Such deposits less actual printing cost will be refunded to each
      >person who returns the complete documents in good condition by 5:00
      >pm of the 10th day following the bid opening.
      >A Pre-bid Conference will be held at the project site on the 19th day
      >of March, 2003 at 9:00 am. Attendance at the pre-bid conference is
      >mandatory. Bids from firms not attending the pre-bid conference will
      >not be accepted. Location of the meeting place for the pre-bid
      >conference is the Alamo Chapter House on Highway 169.
      >A certified check or bank draft payable to the Navajo Housing
      >Authority, irrevocable letter of credit, U.S. Government Bonds, or a
      >satisfactory bid bond executed by the bidder and acceptable surety in
      >an amount equal to five percent (5%) of the bid shall be submitted
      >with each bid.
      >The successful bidder will be required to furnish and pay for
      >satisfactory performance and payment security in accordance with
      >Section 10 of the Instructions to Bidders. Please note that the
      >contract award for this project is subject to the approval of the
      >U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
      >The NHA reserves the right to reject any and all bids, whether within
      >the estimated total contract price or not, and to waive any
      >informality in the bids received whenever such rejection or waiver is
      >in the interest of the Navajo Housing Authority.
      >No bid shall be withdrawn for a period of forty-five (45) days
      >subsequent to the opening of bids without the consent of the NHA.
      >12. Management, Owens Valley Career Development Center
      >Bishop, CA
      >The Owens Valley Career Development Center, is a fast growing non-
      >profit organization dedicated to programs designed to assist native
      >Americans in achieving their educational and career goals. OVCDC is
      >in the process of developing an Economic Development Department, and
      >expanding the existing Family Literacy and Vocational Education
      >Programs, creating these exciting career opportunities. All of the
      >positions listed are available at OVCDC's administrative offices in
      >beautiful Bishop, CA and will require travel throughout central
      >General Manager, Business Development -
      >Responsible for the development of economic and business programs,
      >including Day Care Center, Janitorial Services, Real Estate, and
      >other self-sustaining business ventures. MBA or similar and 10 years
      >of experience desired. $85,000
      >Director of Family Literacy -
      >Coordinate and direct the expansion of the Family Literacy program.
      >Master's Degree in Education Administration and experience in the
      >administration of educational programs and services. $85,000.
      >Director of Vocational Education -
      >Coordinate and direct the expansion of the Vocational Education
      >Program Master's Degree in Education Administration and experience
      >in the administration of educational programs and services. $85,000.
      >Information Systems Coordinator -
      >Responsible for the administration and operation of network hardware
      >and software in multiple locations. BA/BS in computer related field
      >and 5 years of experience. $60,000.
      >Assistant Finance Director
      >Assistant Finance Director will assume the responsibility of managing
      >the day to day operations of the finance Department with a major
      >emphasis on delegation and supervisions of the department personnel.
      >OVCDC offers health/dental/life insurance, retirement, holidays,
      >vacation and sick leave. OVCDC is an Equal Opportunity Employer under
      >the confines of the Indian Preference Act. Preference will be given
      >to Indian applicants. Deadline for filling an application is March
      >14, 2003.
      >Log on to www.ovcdc.com or e-mail svasquez@...
      >to receive an application and a complete job description
      >or pick one up at 2574 Diaz Lane, Bishop, CA
      >760-873-5107 x109
      >13. District Superintendent, The San Pasqual Valley Unified
      >School District
      >El Centro, CA
      >invites applications for the position of
      >California Administrative Credential
      >California Teaching Experience
      >Experience as a site administrator
      >Salary: $100,000 - $110,000
      >(depending on qualifications)
      >Application Deadline:
      >Friday, April 25, 2003 - 4:00 P.M.
      >For information on application
      >procedures, call the office of
      >County Superintendent
      >of Schools, John D. Anderson
      >at (760) 312-6440.
      >An equal Opportunity Employer
      >14. Request for Proposals - Even Start
      >Pierre, SD
      >Even Start Request for Proposals
      >The State of South Dakota, Department of Education announces that
      >funds are available through the Even Start Family Literacy Program to
      >fund approximately 1-2 new programs. Funds must be used to improve
      >the educational opportunities for children and adults by integrating
      >early childhood education, adult education for parents, and parenting
      >activities into a unified family program that builds on existing
      >community resources to create a new range of services.
      >Eligible agencies that may apply for funding include local education
      >agencies (school districts) applying in partnership with a community
      >based or other non-profit organization or a community based or other
      >non-profit organization applying in partnership with a local
      >educational agency. School districts that have Title I programs and
      >rural areas are urged to apply.
      >The process of selection will be competitive. Priority will be given
      >to applications which (1) demonstrate that the area to be served has
      >a large percentage or high number of children and adults who are in
      >need of services, as indicated by poverty, TANF, illiteracy,
      >unemployment, limited English proficiency, or other related
      >indicators, (2) are school districts, (3) are rural areas, (4) are
      >empowerment or enterprise zones, and (5) demonstrate an ability to
      >operate an effective program.
      >New projects will not be funded for less than $75,000. If selected,
      >new projects must supply 10 percent of the total cost of the program
      >in the first year the eligible entity receives assistance.
      >The deadline for submitting completed applications is April 25, 2003.
      >Interested parties may receive an application by contacting Alberta
      >Olson, Department of Education, 700 Governors Drive, Pierre, South
      >Dakota 57501-2291. Telephone number (605) 773-3261 or Betsy Pollock
      >(605) 773-4640 and leave a message.
      >15. GRANT WRITER NEEDED, Association for Tribal Heritage
      >Stuart, Florida
      >The Association for Tribal Heritage a 501(c)(3) organization is
      >looking for a grant writer.
      >Must be experienced. Tribal or Native organization
      >experience preferred.
      >Will be responsible for researching grants for
      >proposed projects and preparation and
      >development of proposals to be submitted to granting organizations or
      >Please call 1-800-798-0618
      >Washington, DC Manager 3-5-2003
      >Professional membership association seeks
      >Manager of Ethics and Professional Review to oversee adjudication and
      >appeals processes; education and training efforts; policy and
      >decisions. MSW required. ACSW or social work license preferred.
      >Requires 3-5 years experience in program development, management, and
      >direct work with clients. Strong knowledge of social work practice
      >issues including ethics,
      >peer review/mediation preferred. Excellent written, verbal, research,
      >problem solving & training skills. Proficiency with computer based
      >records management. Ability to maintain confidential information.
      >Starting salary to $63K plus excellent benefits.
      >Cover letter and resume to Employment Associate, NASW. Fax: 202-336-
      >Email: CHamilto@.... EOE
      >17. Executive Director, Seminole Nation Development Authority
      >Seminole, OK
      >Seminole Nation Development Authority Is seeking an Executive
      >Director. Must have Bachelor degree in Bus. Adm. or related field and
      >5+ years in Economic Development. Experience in Tribal Government
      >a plus but not required.
      >Indian Preference.
      >Please send resume postmarked
      >by March 16, 2003 to
      >Attn: Stacie Wise
      >P.O. Box 1278
      >Seminole, OK 74868
      >18. Health General Manager
      >Klamath Falls, OR
      >Primary responsibility is the management, planning, execution,
      >evaluation, and the enhancement of Klamath Tribal Health & Family
      >QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelors in Public Health, Public Administration or
      >related field with emphasis on health services preferred: OR an
      >Associates with a minimum of five years progressively responsible
      >experience in an administrative management capacity, three years of
      >which must have been in a health/human services program; OR an
      >equivalent combination of education and experience. Budgeting
      >experience and supervisory experience; Excellent oral and written
      >communication skills; Must submit to and clear an Alcohol/Drug
      >Screen; Indian Preference will apply. Submit a Klamath Tribal Health
      >& Family Services Application for Employment, with all requirements &
      >supporting documentation to: Klamath Tribal Health & Family Services,
      >3949 South 6th St., Klamath Falls, OR 97603. Applications must be
      >received by closing date March 21, 2003. Questions call (800) 552-
      >6290 ext. 261 or 268.
      >19. Dean of Instruction for Liberal Arts and Vocational Related
      >Education, Community Colleges of Spokane
      >Spokane, Wash. 3-5-2003
      >Community Colleges of Spokane
      >invites applications for the following positions:
      >Dean of Instruction for Liberal Arts and Vocational Related
      >Education, SCC
      >$74,800. Review begins 4/16/03
      >Anatomy & Physiology Instructor, SCC
      >Tenure Track
      >Review begins 3/20/03
      >Biology Instructor, SFCC,
      >Tenure Track
      >Review begins 3/27/03
      >Mathematics Instructor, SFCC
      >Tenure Track
      >Review begins 3/13/03
      >Microbiology Instructor, SCC,
      >Tenure Track
      >Review begins 3/18/03
      >For position details, qualification requirements, and official
      >application, contact Human Resources Office, Community Colleges of
      >Spokane, 501 N. Riverpoint Blvd, MS 1004, P. O. Box 6000, Spokane, WA
      >99217-6000 at (509) 434-5040, TTY (509) 434-5059, hro@...
      >or access our website at http://www.ccs.spokane.edu EOE/WMA
      >20. General Counsel, Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community
      >Job Description
      >The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community is seeking a chief
      >legal advisor, representative and counselor for our government,
      >including all departments, divisions, enterprises and other entities
      >to supervise, administer and oversee all legal services for our
      >Requires a Bachelor's degree and graduation from recognized law
      >school and a minimum of 7 years experience practicing law which
      >included some experience/familiarity with executive, legislative, and
      >judicial functions of tribal governments. Experience in federal
      >Indian law and three of the following areas is required: employment
      >law, financial transactions, government regulations, economic
      >development, tax law, planning and zoning. Three years of supervisory
      >experience is desirable. Must be admitted to a State Bar, preferably
      >in Arizona and to Federal District Court. For more detailed
      >requirements, please visit our website.
      >Pay Rate: $118,844 to $178,267 per year
      >Pay Comments: The salary noted for this position represents the full
      >pay range.
      >Job Status: Full Time
      >Date Posted: 3/10/2003
      >Important Notes
      >Closing Date: April 11, 2003
      >Native American Preference Applies. EOE.
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