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  • Mansel A. Nelson
    ... /*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/*/ Mansel A. Nelson Program Coordinator Voice 928
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      >Employment (06.10.03-06.18.03)
      >2. Position Title: ADVANCE Project Coordinator
      >3. Colville Confederated Tribes, Various Openings
      >4. Program Coordinator, National Mental Health Association
      >7. Field Director, Democracy Matters
      >8. Administrator Native American Affairs
      >9. Grant Program Specialist, Office of Justice Programs (OJP)
      >11. Education Manager , MINNESOTA MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART
      >12. Director, Office of Multicultural Affairs, Ithaca College
      >13. Visiting Assistant Professor Positions, University of
      >Oregon, Eugene, Oregon
      >14. Facilitation Opportunities available, The Institute for
      >Community Leadership
      >15. Employment opportunity- Department of Child Study,
      >Education, Special Education- Saint Joseph College. West Hartford,
      >16. Associate Auditor, THE NAVAJO NATION, deadline : 06/20/2003
      >17. Tax Auditor, THE NAVAJO NATION, deadline : 06/20/2003
      >18. PROGRAM ADVISOR, Scottsdale Community College Advisement
      >Center, deadline : 06/25/2003
      >19. Research and Services Program Coordinator, National Mental
      >Health Association
      >20. Technical Assistance Specialist, THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH
      >CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL, deadline : July 14, 2003
      >21. Publications and Communications Coordinator, Teaching for
      >22. Finance Manager (Housing), Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian
      >23. Social Worker (Adult Protective Services), Salt River Pima-
      >Maricopa Indian Community
      >24. Development Officer, UMOM New Day Centers [Phoenix]
      >25. Executive Director/Consultant (Part-time) , Arizona
      >Osteoporosis Coalition (The) [Phoenix]
      >26. Director of Development, Arizona's Children Association
      >27. Event/Volunteer Coordinator, Phoenix Symphony (The)
      >31. Corp. Representative 2
      >Office of the General Counsel, U.S. Department of Health and Human
      >Services, Indian Health Service, Parklawn Bldg, Room 4A-53, 5600
      >Fishers Lane, Rockville, MD 20857
      >The Office of the General Counsel is recruiting for an attorney
      >position in the branch which provides legal advice to the Indian
      >Health Service (IHS). The IHS oversees the delivery of health care
      >to American Indian/Alaskan Native people through more than 500
      >health care facilities. IHS legal matters encompass a broad range
      >of Indian law issues, many involving the implementation and
      >interpretation of the Indian Self-Determination Act (ISDA). IHS
      >attorneys provide day-to-day legal advice to the agency, litigate
      >claims before the Interior Administrative Boards, and assist in the
      >litigation of cases in Federal court. Applicants should be highly
      >motivated with an interest in Indian law. Experience in
      >administrative litigation is a plus. Initial annual salary ranges
      >from $42,724 (GS-11) to $71,954 (GS-14), depending on experience.
      >To apply, interested applicants should send a (1) cover letter, (2)
      >resume, and (3) writing sample to the attention of Ms. Jocelyn Beer,
      >at the address listed above. Only applications with all three
      >required items will be considered. Please do not send items
      >separately. The position is open until filled. Please send all
      >application materials as soon as possible.
      >2. Position Title: ADVANCE Project Coordinator
      >Department: Provost's Office, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and
      >Reports to: Associate Provost for Academic Affairs
      >Faculty Rank: Senior Project Associate, Special Research Faculty
      >Appointment Type: Full-time, restricted, renewable, 12 month position
      >General Duties / Description:
      >Virginia Tech (VT) ADVANCE is a five-year grant-funded program
      >sponsored by the National Science Foundation's ADVANCE Institutional
      >Transformation program. The goal of ADVANCE is to promote and
      >enhance the careers of academic women in science and engineering
      >fields. The VT ADVANCE Project addresses institutional barriers that
      >have constrained the advancement of women faculty members in the
      >sciences and engineering (S&E) and targets institutional culture,
      >practices, and leadership development needs specific to Virginia
      >Tech. The four program elements are: institutionalizing change;
      >empowering women as leaders and scholars, increasing the
      >representation of women, and advancing women into faculty careers.
      >The ADVANCE Project includes a significant assessment and research
      >component across all program elements. Project activities are
      >extensive and include policy review, assisting with faculty
      >recruitment and search committees, planning and implementing lecture
      >series, administering small research grants, and preparing workshops
      >for academic and administrative leadership. More information about
      >the VT project is available at
      >The Project Coordinator provides administrative support for all grant
      >activities and serves as part of the project team, which also
      >the PI, Co-PIs, other ADVANCE professors, and an assessment
      >director. A leadership council ensures the close involvement of
      >administrators. Implementation of the ADVANCE Project will be
      >collaborative in nature and will include working closely with
      >administrators and faculty members in guiding the project's four
      >work groups, supporting grant assessment efforts, preparing grant
      >reports and managing expenses, attending university and national
      >meetings related to the project, and participating in the
      >development of materials, publications and other project products.
      >The Coordinator also supervises the work of an administrative
      >assistant and a graduate assistant.
      >This position is full time and reports to the Associate Provost for
      >Academic Affairs, who serves as the project PI. Successful
      >candidates will have demonstrated administrative and leadership
      >skills, a commitment to advancing women in academe, and knowledge of
      >the unique issues affecting women in the sciences and engineering
      >fields. Successful candidates will also demonstrate excellent
      >communication and organizational skills, an ability to work
      >effectively with individuals at all levels of the university, a
      >willingness to work in close collaboration with project team
      >members, and strong personal initiative. Skills in group
      >facilitation and assessment would be helpful. A master's degree with
      >significant related experience is required; a Ph.D. is preferred.
      >The position starts on or around August 1, 2003; salary is
      >commensurate with experience. This is a special research faculty
      >position at the rank of Senior Project Associate; it is a
      >restricted, renewable appointment. Information about Special
      >Research Faculty appointments is available at:
      >http://www.provost.vt.edu/researchfachandbook/rfhandbk.html. The
      >ADVANCE program is a five-year grant, with possibilities for
      >continuation of the project following the grant period.
      >Review of applications will begin July 3 and will continue until the
      >position is filled.
      >Applications should include a cover letter, resume, and the names and
      >contact information of three references sent to:
      >Dr. Patricia B. Hyer
      >Associate Provost for Academic Affairs
      >330 Burruss Hall, 0132
      >Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
      >Blacksburg, Virginia 24061
      >Phone: 540-231-6122
      >Fax: 540-231-7211
      >Virginia Tech has a strong commitment to the principle of diversity
      >and, in that spirit, seeks a broad spectrum of candidates including
      >women, minorities, and people with disabilities. Individuals with
      >disabilities desiring accommodations in the application process or
      >needing this material in an alternate format should notify Dr. Mel
      >Gillespie, Office for Equal Opportunity, (540) 231-7500, TTY (540)
      >231-9460, melving@..., by the application deadline.
      >Denise Collins, Ph.D.
      >Special Assistant to the Provost
      >Virginia Tech
      >330 Burruss Hall (0132)
      >Blacksburg, VA 24061
      >(540) 231-1458 - phone
      >(540) 231-7211 - fax
      >3. Colville Confederated Tribes, Various Openings
      >P.O. Box 150
      >Nespelem, WA 99155
      >FAX (509) 634-2864
      >Toll Free 800-506-9434
      >Click below for job applications or email us for more information
      >about any of our posted positions at (jobs@...)
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      >Forester I, II, III, Inchelium Forestry, Inchelium, Washington
      >Closes: <http://www.colvilletribes.com/jobs/K4223.pdf June 11, 2003
      >L4224 Forester I, II, III, Omak/Nespelem Forestry, Nespelem,
      >Washington <http://www.colvilletribes.com/jobs/L4224.pdf Closes:
      >June 11, 2003
      >Fish & Wildlife Biologist II, Fish & Wildlife Program, Nespelem,
      >Washington <http://www.colvilletribes.com/jobs/A4235.pdf
      >Closes: June 11, 2003
      >L4237 Natural Resources Intern (4 seasonal positions), 2-Forestry,
      >1-Fisheries, 1-Wildlife, Location: Based upon assignment
      ><http://www.colvilletribes.com/jobs/L4237.pdf Closes: June 11,
      >Social Worker II/Intake Specialist, TANF-Temporary Assistance to
      >Needy Families, Nespelem, Washington
      ><http://www.colvilletribes.com/jobs/R4238.pdf Closes: June
      >Office Assistant III (2 positions), Colville Business Council,
      >Nespelem, Washington
      ><http://www.colvilletribes.com/jobs/K4239.pdf Closes: June 11,
      >Mental Health Professional/Chronically Mentally Impaired Case
      >Manager, Behavioral Health Program, Nespelem, Washington
      ><http://www.colvilletribes.com/jobs/K4243.pdf Closes: June
      >11, 2003
      >Transport Aide/Office Assistant II, TANF-Temporary Assistance to
      >Needy Families, Nespelem, Washington
      >11, 2003
      >J4253 Health Center Manager, Health & Humans Services, Inchelium,
      ><http://www.colvilletribes.com/jobs/J4253.pdf Wasington Closes:
      >June 25, 2003
      >Program Manager II, Area Agency on Aging (AAOA), Nespelem, Wa.
      ><http://www.colvilletribes.com/jobs/J4254.pdf Closes: June 25,
      >Engine Operator I, II, III, Mt. Tolman Fire Management, Keller,
      >Washington <http://www.colvilletribes.com/jobs/K4217.pdf Open
      >until all positions are filled
      >Tribal Gaming Observers-On call, All Sites-Coulee Dam, Okanogan,
      >Mill Bay, Washington
      ><http://www.colvilletribes.com/jobs/L4229.pdf Open
      >Tribal Gaming Agent-On call, All Sites-Coulee Dam, Okanogan, Mill
      >Bay, Washington <http://www.colvilletribes.com/jobs/R4230.pdf
      >Open Continuously
      >Police Officer, Tribal Police Department
      >Nursing Assistant Certified, Colville Tribal Convalescent Center
      >Supervisor Highway Engineer, Bureau of Indian Affairs
      >Licensed Practical Nurse, Colville Tribal Convalescent Center
      >Registered Nurse, Colville Tribal Convalescent Center
      >4. Program Coordinator, National Mental Health Association
      >Research and Services,
      >Program Coordinator
      >National Mental Health Association seeks Program Coordinator to
      >programs that contribute to the work of the research and services
      >Responsibilities include coordinating a technical assistance program,
      >general contract and project management, and providing support to
      >several committees. Requires Bachelor's degree, Master's
      >be proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Access and
      >Good benefits. Send resume to: NMHA, Attn: JS, 2001 N. Beauregard
      >12th Floor, Alexandria, VA 22311, fax: 703-684-5968 or email to:
      >jobs@... <mailto:jobs@.... No phone calls please. EOE
      >The deadline for declaring candidacy for this year's vacancy has
      >extended to June 19 and all declarations must be received by no
      >than 5pm. NAJA members interested in running for the position must
      >apply via email, fax or mail. Any declarations received after 5pm
      >on June 19 will not be eligible
      >Candidate declarations must include current contact information,
      >of employment and a short bio. Declarations should also include
      >reasons for running as well as any potential contributions the
      >hopes to make to the NAJA organization.
      >Candidates must be at least 18 years old and working journalists who
      >earn at least 51% of their income from journalism (Journalism
      >and journalism students are exempt).
      >Terms are for three years.
      >All declarations should be made to:
      >Native American Journalists Association
      >Neuharth Media Center
      >Election Committee
      >555 N. Dakota St
      >Vermillion, SD 57069
      >Email: info@...
      >Fax: 866-694-4264
      >Phone: (605) 677-5282
      >For more info see:
      >7. Field Director, Democracy Matters
      > Democracy Matters-a non-profit organization that engages young
      >people in the issue of money in politics-is looking for a Field
      > Director to build, support, and mentor student chapters on college
      >campuses. This most recent staff expansion at Democracy Matters
      >addresses the growing number of students interested in the issue of
      >campaign finance reform. (During the 2002-03 academic year, students
      >on 46 campuses nationwide participated in Democracy Matters'
      >programs). Details are as follows:
      >Timeframe: Begins August 1st, 2003 with the possibility of
      > Location: Any major city in the U.S. with the exception of
      >Washington, D.C.
      >Salary: Negotiable
      >Requirements: College graduate with some organizing experience.
      >Forward your resume and cover letter to: Joan Mandle, 2626 Johnny
      >Cake Hill Road, Hamilton, NY 13346. You can also e-mail Ms. Mandle
      >at joanm@... To learn more about Democracy Matters,
      >visit www.democracymatters.
      >8. Administrator Native American Affairs,
      >Additional information at http://www.pnm.com/careers/listings.htm.
      >Recruiter: Georgia Owens
      >Title: Administrator Native American Affairs
      >Department Name: Governmental Affairs
      >Salary Range: $53,712 to $71,616
      >Salary Grade: P13
      >At PNM, we are committed to providing our customers with efficient,
      >reliable, and affordable electric and gas service. We have the power
      >to build America's best merchant utility. Every employee at PNM is
      >an important part of making our commitment a reality. That is why we
      >recruit the best people to bring innovations to market that
      >creatively meet customers' evolving energy needs.
      >PNM, with headquarters in Albuquerque, has been a long-standing
      >essential figure in the New Mexico Business community since 1917. As
      >one of the state's largest employers, our workforce serves 1.3
      >million electric and natural gas customers throughout NM. We have
      >been recognized as one of the top 10 most diverse companies in the
      >United States.
      >Summary: Under general supervision, develops long-term relationships
      >with Native American governments and communities consistent with the
      >Company's mission and vision, by performing the following duties.
      >Develops the Company's relationship with current and future Native
      >American governments and communities.
      >Develop, implements, and assesses programs to meet Native American
      >community needs and concerns.
      >Expands the Company's outreach to obtain and enhance mutual
      >satisfaction with Native American governments, regulatory
      >authorities at the local, state, and national levels, and with
      >Native American community leaders.
      >Participates and contributes in the Company's strategic and tactical
      >marketing plan process as it relates to Native American governments
      >and communities.
      >Facilitates education of Company personnel about Native American
      >sovereign status, religious, cultural, and environmental
      >Develops motivated teamwork among Company departments and divisions
      >to foster, cultivate, and assess relationship development with
      >Native American governments and communities.
      >Identifies and helps develop how the Company will address Native
      >American community infrastructure needs, concerns, and issues.
      >Represents the Company in appropriate Native American political and
      >governmental regulatory bodies, and stays abreast of policies and
      >regulations of the local, state, and national levels.
      >Provides input and consultation relating to decisions about the
      >Companies' activities on Native American lands.
      >Participates in negotiations, provides ideas, and supports
      >negotiations with Native American governments regarding Company
      >Develops financial plans and funding applications for Native
      >American planning projects.
      >Bachelor's degree (B.A.) from four-year college or university in
      >Engineering, Business, or Political Science with five to seven years
      >related experience, or equivalent combination of education and/or
      >experience related to the discipline. Experience working with
      >governmental agencies, tribal agencies and organizations.
      >Ability to read, analyze, and interpret common scientific and
      >technical journals, financial reports, and legal documents. Ability
      >to respond to common inquiries or complaints from customers,
      >regulatory agencies, or members of the business community. Ability
      >to write speeches and articles for publication that conform to
      >prescribed style and format. Ability to effectively present
      >information to top management, public groups, and/or boards of
      >To perform this job successfully, an individual should have
      >knowledge of MS Excel spreadsheet software and MS Word processing
      >Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw
      >valid conclusions. Ability to interpret an extensive variety of
      >technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form and deal with
      >several abstract and concrete variables.
      >While performing the duties of this job, the employee is
      >occasionally required to stand and walk up to 1/3 of the time and
      >regularly required to sit up to 2/3 of the time and talk and listen
      >for long periods of time. Manual dexterity and the ability to reach
      >is required to perform computer applications and good vision is
      >required to perform all aspects of the job. The employee must
      >occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds. Some travel.
      >Office environment
      >While performing the duties of this job, the employee is
      >occasionally required to stand and walk up to 1/3 of the time and
      >regularly required to sit up to 2/3 of the time and talk and listen
      >for long periods of time. Manual dexterity and the ability to reach
      >is required to perform computer applications and good vision is
      >required to perform all aspects of the job. The employee must
      >occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds. Some travel.
      >Office environment
      >Position requires the use of fine dexterity and occasional lifting
      >of up to 5 pounds. May require occasional travel.
      >Any questions regarding the necessity of disability accommodation to
      >perform the essential functions of this position should be directed
      >to Georgia Owens at 505-241-4855.
      >PNM is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. Women and
      >minorities are encouraged to apply.
      >Please apply before: 06/13/2003
      >9. Grant Program Specialist, Office of Justice Programs (OJP)
      >Grant Program Specialist , GS-0301-09/11/12/13
      >EMPLOYER: Office of Justice Programs (OJP)
      >LOCATION: Washington, Dist of Columbia
      >SALARY RANGE: $40,044.00-$89,774.00
      >CLOSE DATE: 6-18-2003
      >OPENING DATE: 6-4-2003
      >TARGET GRADE: 13
      >WORK SCHEDULE: Full Time
      >AREA OF CONSIDERATION: US citizens - Plus CTAP and ICTAP eligibles
      >within the local commuting area
      >TIME LIMIT: Permanent - No time limit
      >CONTACT NAME: Tracey Ewell
      >CONTACT PHONE NUMBER: (202) 353-3393
      >CONTACT EMAIL: ewellt@...
      >Applications made on-line must be received by the closing date of
      >this announcement. Form OMB 1105-0072 is available to those who are
      >unable to complete the on-line application process. You can obtain
      >this form by contacting the servicing specialist listed on the
      >announcement. Your OMB 1105-0072 form must be received in the
      >personnel office within five days of the closing date of the
      >announcement. All other information requested in the vacancy
      >announcement must be received by the personnel office within one
      >business day of the closing date of the announcement. Your OMB 1105-
      >0072 form must be mailed to the contact person listed however, all
      >other required documents, (e.g., SF-50, DD-214) may be faxed to the
      >contact person listed at (202) 514-3076. Please indicate your name
      >and vacancy announcement number on each piece of documentation
      >faxed. These positions are located in the Office of Justice
      >Programs, Office on Violence Against Women. Status candidates who
      >wish to be considered for both Delegated Examining and Merit
      >Promotion procedures must submit two separate applications. If you
      >wish to be considered under Merit Promotion procedures, please apply
      >to vacancy announcement JP-03-059-MP.
      >The mission of the Office on Violence Against Women is to lead a
      >comprehensive national effort to combine tough new Federal laws with
      >assistance to states and localities to fight domestic violence,
      >sexual assault, and stalking. The organization seeks to broaden
      >public attention to on-going programs through interaction with law
      >enforcement and
      >advocacy groups, the public, and the media. The incumbent will serve
      >as a Grant Program Specialist responsible for policy, programmatic
      >development, oversight, implementation and assessment of grant
      >programs related to domestic violence, sexual assault and other
      >violent crimes committed against women. Stays abreast of changes
      >that impact assigned grant programs including new legislation,
      >administration priorities, and OJP/OVW policies and initiatives.
      >Performs work related to developing and maintaining relationships
      >with stakeholders in various
      > levels of Federal, state, and local governments, criminal justice
      >communities, and victim service providers to communicate and
      >disseminate information about violence against women grant
      > programs and activities. Reviews, evaluates, oversees, and
      >provides technical assistance on the development of grants,
      >cooperative agreements, memorandum of understanding involving
      >against women programs. Performs other duties as assigned.
      >KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES (The KSAs below may not apply at all
      >grades) Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in
      >writing. Knowledge of the principles, regulations, and procedures
      >relevant to Federal law enforcement/criminal justice grant programs,
      >specifically Violence Against Women Act grant programs. Knowledge
      >of national practices regarding violence against women, including
      >legal requirements and social issues affecting states, communities
      >and localities. Ability to assist in planning, developing, and
      >conducting of programs and projects within the area of criminal
      >justice, victim advocacy, public policy or public administration.
      >Ability to provide technical assistance to state and local
      >jurisdictions on violence against women issues.
      >Grade 9: Qualifying experience for the GS-9 level includes one year
      >specialized experience at least equivalent to the GS-7 level which
      >is in or directly related to the line of work of the position to be
      >filled and which has equipped the applicant with the particular
      >knowledge, skills, and abilities to successfully perform the duties
      >of the position. Examples
      >are assisting in researching and analyzing established or simple
      >administrative issues; acting as liaison with individuals and
      >groups both inside and outside an organization regarding routine
      > matters; or assisting in performing administrative support work in
      >human resources management, budgeting and financial management,
      >procurement and contracting, etc.
      >The experience requirement for the GS-9 level may be met by two (2)
      >full academic years of graduate level education or completion of all
      >requirements for a master's or equivalent graduate degree, or
      >completion of all requirements for an LL.B or J.D. degree. A year
      >of full-time graduate education is considered to be the number of
      >credit hours which the school attended has determined to represent
      >one year of full-time study. Part-time graduate education is
      >creditable in accordance with its relationship to a year of full-
      >time study at the school attended.
      >Equivalent combinations of successfully completed education and
      >experience may be used to meet the experience requirements.
      >Grade 11: Qualifying experience for the GS-11 level includes one
      >year of specialized experience at least equivalent to GS-9 which is
      >in or directly related to the line of work of the position to be
      >filled and which has equipped the applicant with the particular
      >knowledge, skills, and abilities to successfully perform the duties
      >of the position. Examples are researching or analyzing established
      >or simple administrative issues; or interpreting regulations and
      >organizational policy regarding administrative or program issues to
      >provide advice and guidance on well-precedented issues.
      >Experience requirements at the GS-11 level may be met by three (3)
      >full academic years of graduate level education or the successful
      >completion of a Ph.D. or equivalent doctoral degree. A year of
      >full-time graduate education is considered to be the number of
      >credit hours which the school attended has determined to represent
      >one year of full-time
      >study. Part-time graduate education is creditable in accordance with
      >its relationship to a full year of full-time study at the school
      >Equivalent combinations of successfully completed education and
      >xperience may be used to meet the experience requirements. Grade
      >12: Qualifying experience for the GS-12 level includes one year of
      >specialized experience at least equivalent to the GS-11 level which
      >is in or directly related to the line of work of the position to be
      >filled and which has equipped the applicant with the particular
      >knowledge, skills, and abilities to successfully perform the duties
      >of the position. Examples are identifying and analyzing policy,
      >regulations, and/or standards covering portions of an organization's
      >programs, activities, or functions; or analyzing fluctuating
      >conditions and unusual factors and providing recommendations to
      >resolve unusual or uncommon administrative issues. Grade 13:
      >Qualifying experience for the GS-13 level includes one year of
      >specialized experience at least equivalent to the GS-12 level which
      >is in or directly related to the line of work of the position to be
      >filled and which has equipped the applicant with the particular
      >knowledge, skills, and abilities to successfully perform the duties
      >of the position. Examples are reviewing information and reconciling
      >conflicting data; devising new or modified methods of analyzing
      >findings; or developing new initiatives in one or more program areas.
      >Selectees may be required to submit to a urinalysis to screen for
      >illegal drug use prior to appointment. Bargaining Unit Status:
      >Eligible. Applicants must submit a complete application package that
      >is receive
      >by the closing date of this announcement.
      >The Department of Justice is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Except
      >where otherwise provided by law, there will be no discrimination
      >because of color, race, religion, national origin, politics, marital
      >status, disability, age, sex, sexual orientation, membership or
      >nonmembership in an employee organization, or on the basis of
      >personal favoritism. The Department of Justice welcomes and
      >encourages applications from
      >persons with disabilities and is firmly committed to satisfying its
      >affirmative obligations under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 to
      >ensure that persons with disabilities have every opportunity to be
      >hired and advanced on the basis of merit within the Department. The
      >Department provides reasonable accommodation to applicants with
      >disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of
      >the application and hiring process, please notify the servicing
      >specialist listed in the vacancy announcement. The decision on
      >granting reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case
      >basis. Moving expenses are not authorized. Relocation expenses are
      >not authorized. Government housing is not available.
      >BENEFITS: A variety of health insurance plans; retirement system with
      >investment options; paid holiday; paid sick and annual (vacation)
      >leave; life insurance; incentive systems; subsidized
      >transportation, flexible work schedule, training and development
      >opportunities, family/worklife
      > program, etc. Recruitment bonus is not authorized.
      >As a condition of employment, all male applicants born after December
      >31, 1959, must have registered for the selective service. If
      >selected for this position, the applicant must sign a statement
      >certifying his registration, or the applicant must demonstrate
      >exempt status under the Selective Service Law.
      >DIRECT DEPOSIT: All Federal employees are required to have Federal
      >salary payments made by direct deposit to a financial institution of
      >their choosing.
      >Applicants must be U.S. citizens or nationals.
      >Veterans who are preference eligibles or who have been separated from
      >the armed forces under honorable conditions after three or more
      >years of continuous active service may apply. If claiming 5 point
      >veterans' preference, a DD-214 is required. If claiming 10 points
      >veterans' preference, both a DD-214 and SF-15, along with
      >specified on the form, are required. Initial appointment may
      >require completion of a one-year probationary period. Applicants
      >meeting basic eligibility requirements will be rated and ranked on
      >the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform the duties
      >of the position.
      >Applicants should provide narrative statements with specific
      >responses to each question. Include in the write up such things as
      >experience in and out of Federal service that gave you the specific
      >knowledge, skill, or ability; objectives of your work; education
      >and training; and evidence
      >of your success (such as accomplishments, awards received, etc.)
      >Failure to submit your narrative responses may negatively affect
      >your eligibility and/or rating for this position.
      >The University of California at Los Angeles is seeking a new
      >of its American Indian Studies Center (AISC). Qualified applicants
      >should possess: (1) a strong scholarly research and publication
      >record; (2) experience in the development of interdisciplinary
      >research and instructional programs in Native American Studies; (3)
      >the ability to administer budgetary, personnel, and related
      >processes; and (4) demonstrated ability to obtain and manage
      >extramural funding in the form of research grants and development
      >activity for the Center. Above all, we are looking for a dynamic
      >individual to provide intellectual and programmatic leadership for
      >the Center. The new Director would also hold a tenured appointment
      >in the appropriate department or school. The anticipated starting
      >date is July 1, 2004.
      >Established in 1969 as one of the first ethnic studies centers, the
      >American Indian Studies Center (AISC) is an Organized Research Unit
      >(ORU) and its mission is to promote research, education and
      >service within an academic framework. The AISC maintains a
      >library, publishes books as well as the "American Indian Culture and
      >Research Journal." The Center provides academic counseling and
      >support to students and administers postdoctoral and predoctoral
      >fellowships and research awards through the Institute of American
      >Cultures. Over the past three decades, the Center has become
      >nationally and internationally recognized as one of the foremost
      >American Indian Studies programs.
      >For additional information, please go to:
      >To be assured full consideration, nominations and applications
      >be sent by September 15, 2003 to:
      >AISC Director Search Committee
      >c/o Ms Rene Dennis, Administrator
      >Office of the Chancellor - APO
      >University of California
      >3109 Murphy Hall -- 140701
      >Los Angeles CA 90095-1407
      >Facsimile: (310) 206-9643
      >Email: Execsearch@...
      >UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer
      >11. Education Manager , MINNESOTA MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART
      >TITLE: Education Manager
      >POSTED: 6/13/2003
      >DEPARTMENT: Education
      >This full-time leadership position reports to the Museum Director
      >oversees the educational mission of the Museum. The Education
      >supervises the staff, interns, and volunteers of the Museum's
      >Department. (EOE/AA)
      >Ensures programmatic and thematic links between Museum events,
      >programs, and exhibits.
      >Works with the Curator and Registrar on long-range educational
      >strategic planning and program design.
      >Develops public programs for museum audiences, including special
      >interest groups, community groups, and general audiences (speakers,
      >panels, performances, family days, thematic tours).
      >Develops and coordinates programs for K-12 audiences (classroom
      >materials, teacher workshops & open houses, gifted & talented
      >summer school program, Camp Wabasha summer day camp, spring teen art
      >Teaches and administers volunteer tour guide program (semester-long
      >course for tour guides in training, short courses for special
      >training, continuing education training as needed).
      >Develops ongoing relationships with schools (K-12, college level,
      >other educational organizations) and with potential partnership
      >Maintains statistics, archives, and evaluations of education
      >programs for use in grant proposals and strategic planning.
      >Contributes to the maintenance of the Museum library as needed.
      >Reviews and implements the Museum's accessibility plan as needed.
      >Other duties as assigned.
      >Bachelor's degree in education, art education, art history, American
      >Studies, or related field. Three years experience in art museum or
      >cultural organization. Teaching experience. Experience working
      >volunteers. Excellent written and oral communication skills,
      >organizational skills. Knowledge of PC computer systems (Microsoft
      >Excel, Access).
      >Master's degree in related field. Management experience in art
      >education department.
      >SALARY: Commensurate with experience.
      >BENEFITS: Health/dental insurance, long-term disability insurance,
      >short-term disability insurance (pending eligibility), retirement
      >Paid vacation, sick, holiday time.
      >Carey Matthews
      >Administrative Manager
      >(651) 292-4380
      >505 Landmark Center
      >75 West 5th Street
      >St. Paul, MN 55102
      >12. Director, Office of Multicultural Affairs, Ithaca College
      >Ithaca College is also seeking an experienced Student Affairs
      >professional who can provide direction for a comprehensive
      >Multicultural Affairs program that encourages students' achievement,
      >academic and social integration, and promotes academic/student
      >affairs collaboration. The Director is responsible for providing
      >leadership in creating and maintaining a campus environment
      >conducive to racial and cultural diversity.
      >The Director will serve as a catalyst for academic, cultural and
      >student life activities that enhance the academic achievement and
      >retention of African American, Latino/a, Asian American, Native
      >American (ALANA) and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT)
      >and Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP) students. In
      >addition, the Director will be responsible for overseeing the
      >hiring, training, and supervision of all staff and student
      >Specific duties include management of multiple department budgets
      >and office operations.
      >Required qualifications for the position include: Bachelor's degree
      >and significant administrative and leadership experience at the
      >college level. Demonstrated success with multicultural initiatives
      >and special programs. Previous experience in counseling, or a
      >mentoring role in a college or university. Proven understanding of
      >current and developing trends in educational development of
      >multicultural programs. Proven supervisory and management abilities.
      >Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.
      >Ability to represent the College effectively within and outside of
      >the College community.
      >Preferred qualifications: An advanced/terminal degree in Student
      >Affairs, Higher Education Administration, or related field.
      >Experience working with state and federal offices and with state and
      >federal budgeting processes. Proven experience in academic support
      >services at the college level. Knowledge of NYS Higher Education
      >Opportunity Program. Experience with travel abroad programming.
      >Applicants interested in the position should apply online at http://
      >www.icjobs.org, search for and click on the position of choice to
      >select the appropriate form, and attach cover letter and resume.
      >Questions may be directed to Brian Martinson at (607) 274-1207.
      >Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue
      >until the position is filled. Additional information about the
      >College and Schools are available at our Web site:
      >13. Visiting Assistant Professor Positions, University of
      >Oregon, Eugene, Oregon
      >Posting #: 3077AB
      >Department: Ethnic Studies Program
      >Closes: Open Until Filled
      >The Ethnic Studies Program invites applications for one or more
      >visiting assistant professor positions for the 2003-4 academic year
      >in African American, Asian American, Chicano/Latino, Native American
      >or comparative ethnic studies.
      >This position may include both undergraduate and graduate teaching,
      >and preference will be given to candidates who have completed the
      >Ph.D. degree by September 2003.
      >The Ethnic Studies Program presently includes a community of
      >scholars in departments of literature, history, law, philosophy,
      >sociology, and women's and gender studies. We expect that the
      >successful candidate will join other scholars in working both within
      >specific fields and comparatively across disciplines and fields of
      >concentration. Research funds may be associated with this position.
      >Applications, including a cover letter, curriculum vitae, three
      >letters of reference, and a writing sample, should be sent to
      >Director, Ethnic Studies Program, 201 McKenzie Hall, 5268 University
      >of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon 97403-5268.
      >The committee will begin reviewing applications on June 9, 2003 and
      >will continue the process until the position is filled.
      >14. Facilitation Opportunities available, The Institute for
      >Community Leadership
      >New Training dates announced. See below.
      >The Institute for Community Leadership seeks individuals committed
      >to social justice, leadership, nonviolence and creativity.
      >Education transmits cultural, political, economic and social values.
      >Education and information without the guiding principles of love and
      >justice, as Dr. King warns, leads to the development of "guided
      >missiles and misguided men (and women)". Our nation's schools and
      >all citizens must orient themselves to this grave dilemma and
      >challenge students, teachers, administrators, parents and community
      >members to carry the mantle of social justice and social uplift. Be
      >a compass for justice today!!!
      >The Institute for Community Leadership seeks individuals who want to
      >challenge themselves and work for justice in communities and
      >schools. ICL commits to confronting the race and class disparities
      >in schools and preparing youth leaders to challenge the status quo
      >in their own lives and in the world around them.
      >The Institute for Community Leadership seeks individuals to be
      >trained as facilitators in our literacy and poetry based social
      >justice curriculum and carry out leadership workshops in local
      >ICL will conduct trainings in conjunction with our National
      >Nonviolence Leadership Corp program in Seattle (June30-July4);
      >Yakima, WA (July7-11); Springfield/Eugene, OR. (July14-18);
      >Salem/Woodburn, OR. (July21-25); Oakland, CA. (July 28-Aug1)
      >Facilitators must complete the intensive training and be certified
      >by ICL. The cost of the training is $400 (scholarships are
      >Contact Sasha Rabkin for more information at 253-872-3612 or
      >Sasha@... and www.icleadership.org
      >Sasha Rabkin
      >Institute for Community Leadership
      >15. Employment opportunity- Department of Child Study,
      >Education, Special Education- Saint Joseph College. West Hartford,
      >The following professional employment opportunity to join the
      >Department of Child Study, Education, Special Education is available
      >on the campus of Saint Joseph College. We would appreciate it if
      >you would inform those you feel may be qualified for and interested
      >in this position. _____
      >Saint Joseph College Department Chair Department of Child Study,
      >Education, Special Education One or Two Year Non-Tenure Track
      >Faculty Position
      >Saint Joseph College, located in residential West Hartford, CT.
      >midway between Boston and New York City, provides a rigorous liberal
      >arts and professional education for a diverse student population
      >while maintaining a strong commitment to developing the potential of
      >Saint Joseph College is seeking a successful, experienced educator
      >who will bring effective leadership to its largest department in the
      >areas of program planning, development and evaluation. The Chair is
      >responsible for the administration and supervision of the
      >undergraduate and graduate programs of study, directs and supervises
      >the work of department faculty members, develops and maintains
      >effective relationships with schools, community agencies, the State
      >Department of Education, and other departments within the College,
      >while ensuring the quality of student advisement, and will
      >coordinatethe self study for accreditation.
      >Qualifications include an earned doctorate in educational with
      >preference in administration, supervision and program development, a
      >clear commitment to teaching excellence and shared governance,
      >superior interpersonal and communication skills, as well
      >asexperience with educational reform regarding teacher preparation
      >and accreditation. Administrative or teaching experience
      >inpublic/private K-12 schools is preferred.
      >Please send a letter of application that includes a statement of
      >teaching/educational philosophy, detailed list of experiences and
      >coursework, evidence of recent involvement in projects,
      >grants,and/or scholarly research, current curriculum vitae and three
      >recent letters of reference to Human Resources, Education Department
      >Chair Search Committee, Saint Joseph College, 1678 Asylum Avenue,
      >West Hartford,CT 06117-2791, by fax 860-231-8273 or email hr@...
      >Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue
      >until the position is filled.
      >Saint Joseph College is committed to diversity and is an EOE/M/F/V/D
      >Saint Joseph College is a community which promotes the growth of the
      >whole person in a caring environment which encourages strong ethical
      >values, personal integrity and a sense of responsibility to the
      >needs of society.
      >16. Navajo Nation Job Announcements, deadline : 06/20/2003
      >Complete listing available at the website
      >Associate Auditor, THE NAVAJO NATION
      >Department of Personnel Management
      >Requisition No: OLS0110084
      >POSITION NO: 236177
      >Date Posted: 06/09/2003
      >CLASS CODE: 1655
      >Closing Date: 06/20/2003
      >POSITION TITLE: Associate Auditor
      >DEPARTMENT NAME: Office of the Auditor General
      >DEPARTMENT NO: 011 WORKSITE LOCATION: Window Rock, Arizona
      >Days: Mon. - Fri. Permanent: X SALARY:
      >Hours: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Temporary: ____ Duration: ___ $29,161.60 Per
      >Part-Time: ____ No. of Hrs/Wk: 40 $ 14.02 Per Hour
      >Perform professional financial and operational auditing assignments
      >of tribal government organizations, including Chapters. Works under
      >the direct supervision of the Auditor in Charge of the particular
      >assignment. Performs routine auditing procedures consisting of:
      >(1) Analyzing accounting data in accordance with generally accepted
      >(2) Preparation of audit work papers in accordance with established
      >(3) Investigation and determining the validity of data subject to
      >audit; and
      >(4) Preparation of preliminary reports thereon.
      >Education and Training:
      >A Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Business Administration, Finance,
      >or a closely
      >related field which must includes twenty-four (24) college credit
      >hours in accounting
      >or auditing;
      >Depending upon the needs of the Nation, some incumbents of the class
      >may be
      >required to demonstrate fluency in both the Navajo and English
      >languages as a
      >condition of employment.
      >Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
      >Knowledge of generally accepted governmental accounting principles;
      >ability to analyze accounting data; ability to express views and
      >accounting knowledge
      >orally and in writing; ability to work well for and with others and
      >to accept
      >responsibility for specific audit tasks; ability to maintain
      >confidentiality of client data.
      >License/Certification Requirements:
      >Incumbents in this classification must meet qualification standards
      >and must perform
      >duties in accordance with Government Auditing Standards.
      >(Valid Driver's License) PREFERRED BUT NOT REQUIRED
      >17. Tax Auditor, THE NAVAJO NATION, deadline : 06/20/2003
      >Complete Announcement:
      >POSITION NO: 213930
      >Date Posted: 06/09/03
      >Closing Date: 06/20/03
      >Education and Training:
      >Special Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
      >License/Certification Requirements:
      >Valid Driver license (Preferred)
      >Responsible for auditing taxes to include Hotel tax, Fuel tax, Oil &
      >Gas Severance, Business Activity tax, construction activity,
      >and Sale tax; audit appropriate tax returns at the taxpayers place
      >of business; determines correct tax liability; confers with
      >agent of the taxpayer; perform audit selection and pre-aduit
      >research; advises taxpayers of audit findings and appeal rights;
      >drafts workpapers and finalizes audit report to be reviewed by the
      >supervisor; reviews tax returns and related documents for
      >clerical accuracy, compliance with Navajo Nation Tax Code and
      >Regulations; may be assigned as lead workers during the
      >performance of audits involving team work with other tax auditors;
      >is expected to use standard research and reference
      >methods to resolve the majority of problems encountered.
      >Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Business Administration; and
      >Two (2) years experience in tax auditing and cost accounting work,
      >involving financial and accounting systems, budget and
      >fiscal policy analysis, and information systems; or equivalent
      >combination of training and experience which provides the
      >capability to perform the described duties. To receive full credit
      >for education/training applicant must submit transcripts,
      >certificaties, diploma, etc.
      >Considerable knowledge of general auditing techniques and methods;
      >considerable knowledge of the principles, practises and
      >methods of accounting; considerable knowledge of basic auditing
      >methods and techniques.
      >Ability to interpret and apply Navajo tax laws, regulations, and
      >departments policies and procedures as they apply to the field,;
      >ability to prepare clear and concise audit findings and workpapers
      >to suport findings. Ability to properly evaluate information
      >provided by taxpayers. Ability to establish and maintain effective
      >team working relationships with others.
      >18. PROGRAM ADVISOR, Scottsdale Community College Advisement
      >Center, deadline : 06/25/2003
      >The Scottsdale Community College Advisement Center is looking for a
      >part- time (20 hours per week) Program Advisor. This position will
      >be paid $10.50 to $13.50 per hour from the department's temporary
      >wage budget through the 2003-2004 fiscal year. It is not a board
      >approved position. Candidates must be willing to work until 7:00
      >Resumes and cover letters can be submitted via:
      >Email - as a Word document attachment to
      >FAX - attention Michael Cornelius to 480-423-6378
      >Mail - Advisement Center Director, Scottsdale Community College,
      >9000 E Chaparral Rd, Scottsdale AZ 85256-2626
      >Resumes must be received by Wednesday June 25th for consideration.
      >The job description is below.
      >Thanks for your assistance in finding candidates.
      >Michael Cornelius
      >Director of Advisement, Assessment, and Enrollment Services
      >Scottsdale Community College
      >Job Summary
      >Provides academic and career advisement and other student
      >recruitment and retention services to new, continuing and
      >prospective students.
      >This position works in an area that provides advisement for
      >students. Work contacts include administrators, faculty, staff,
      >students, high schools, and the community. Positions in this
      >classification may be assigned to work with specific target
      >populations such as military, physically limited, prisoners, or
      >ethnic groups or with a specific academic division such as Allied
      >Health. Equipment used includes standard office equipment, and
      >audiovisual equipment.
      >Supervision Received
      >This position reports to an administrator who is responsible for the
      >assigned area; receives general direction regarding routine and
      >standard matters; specific instructions regarding non-routine and
      >highly sensitive matters.
      >Supervision Exercised
      >May direct work of staff and students.
      >Representative Duties
      >Advises new, continuing, and prospective students on admissions,
      >courses, and program requirements, registration procedures,
      >availability of financial assistance and other support services, and
      >a variety of general college information; may provide transcript
      >evaluation; assessments of basic skills and career guidance; makes
      >referrals to counselors, other student services programs, or
      >community agencies as needed; may assist in standardized testing
      >programs; may develop, coordinate, and participate in special
      >programs designed to promote student recruitment and retention;
      >participates in student recruitment activities at high schools, job
      >fairs, etc.; maintains ongoing relationship with community
      >recruitment/mental health sources; assists in the development of
      >promotional and informational materials for use in
      >advisement/counseling; may participate in institutional research
      >involving student follow-up studies, demographics, etc.;
      >participates in new student orientation activities; may train,
      >direct, or coordinate the work of others in providing student
      >advisement or assistance services; may act as liaison between
      >faculty and students with special needs; may assist the college in
      >developing responses to the special accommodation needs of
      >physically limited students; may assist in student registration; may
      >act as an advisor to student clubs and support groups for target
      >populations; answers letters of inquiry about the college from
      >prospective students; performs related duties as assigned.
      >Knowledge and Abilities
      >Knowledge of: community college philosophy and instructional
      >offerings; career and educational planning; some positions require
      >knowledge of specific student target groups.
      >Ability to: establish rapport with and provide services to assigned
      >target populations; work with individuals from diverse backgrounds
      >and cultures individually and in groups; develop informational
      >materials and presentations; organize workflow and coordinate the
      >work of others; maintain accurate records; communicate effectively
      >orally and in writing, establish cooperative working relationships
      >with persons contacted in the course of performing assigned duties.
      >Training and Experience
      >Any combination of education, training, and experience that provides
      >the required knowledge and abilities. An example of this would be a
      >college degree with an emphasis in social behavioral sciences and/or
      >experience in information and referral, advocacy, recruitment,
      >public relations, paraprofessional advising, and other contact work.
      >Special Conditions of Employment
      >This position may require that incumbents be available to work
      >flexible hours such as evening hours during registration. Some
      >positions may require lifting up to 50 lb. objects.
      >This class specification is intended to indicate the basic nature of
      >positions allocated to the class and examples of typical duties that
      >may be assigned. It does not imply that all positions within the
      >class perform all of the duties listed, nor does it necessarily list
      >all possible duties that may be assigned.
      >19. Research and Services Program Coordinator, National Mental
      >Health Association
      >National Mental Health Association seeks Program Coordinator to
      >coordinate programs that contribute to the work of the research and
      >services area. Responsibilities include coordinating a technical
      >assistance program, general contract and project management, and
      >providing support to board and several committees. Requires
      >Bachelor's degree, Master's preferred. Must be proficient in
      >Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Access and Outlook). Good
      >benefits. Send resume to: NMHA, Attn: JS, 2001 N. Beauregard Street,
      >12th Floor, Alexandria, VA 22311, fax: 703-684-5968 or email to:
      >jobs@... <mailto:jobs@.... No phone calls please. EOE
      >20. Technical Assistance Specialist, THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH
      >CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL, deadline : July 14, 2003
      >Announcement Of SPA Position Recruitment
      >Technical Assistance Specialist
      >(Job Title: Human Services Planner/Evaluator III)
      >Position Number: 0054830
      >Department Number: 5245 - Frank P Graham Child Dev Ctr
      >Date Posted: June 10, 2003
      >Closing Date: July 14, 2003
      >The federally supported National Early Childhood Technical
      >Assistance Center (NECTAC), of the Frank Porter Graham Child
      >Development Institute at UNC - Chapel Hill is recruiting for a new
      >Technical Assistance Specialist position. The UNC position title is
      >Human Services Planner/Evaluator III.
      >Preferred Qualifications: Position is a professional staff member
      >who will provide technical assistance, training, and consultation to
      >state agencies involved with early intervention and preschool special
      >education services. In addition, position will support the
      >of the TA Center and provide technical assistance related to
      >evaluation to state clients. Candidate should have knowledge in
      >area of system, program, and technical assistance evaluation; early
      >intervention/preschool special education service systems; and
      >ability to write, give workshops and presentations, and facilitate
      >strategic planning. Travel is required.
      >Minimum Education and Experience: A master's degree in public or
      >human service administration or a human services programmatic field,
      >preferably with course work in human services planning, and two
      >years of human service experience, one of which must have been in
      >human service program planning; or graduation from a four-year
      >college or university and four years of progressive administrative
      >or consultative experience in a human service program, one of which
      >must have been in human service program planning. For more
      >information go to: http://www.ais.unc.edu/hr/jobs/jobsrchft.htm and
      >enter 'Human Services Planner/Evaluator III' into the search box
      >provided. Also, feel free to contact Lynne Kahn of NECTAC by phone
      >(919-962-2781) or e-mail
      >To Apply: Application forms may be downloaded from the UNC
      >Employment website at http://www.jobs.unc.edu The Employment
      >Department will consider only applications received no later than
      >5:00 pm on the closing date. Application documents may be mailed to
      >the Employment Department at 725 Airport Road, CB# 1045, Chapel
      >Hill, NC 27599 or may be emailed as attachments to
      >21. Publications and Communications Coordinator, Teaching for
      >Teaching for Change, based in the Shaw community of Washington, DC,
      >promotes social and economic justice through public education.
      >Through our Teaching for Change catalog, distributed annually to
      >over 60,000 educators, we make progressive teaching resources easily
      >accessible, nationwide. Our own groundbreaking publication, Beyond
      >Heroes and Holidays: A Practical Guide to K-12 Anti-Racist
      >Multicultural Education and Staff Development has been adopted in
      >over 400 teacher education university courses. In the DC Metro area,
      >we provide professional development for equity/multicultural
      >education and organize the DC Public Schools annual Teaching for
      >Equity Conference. We also coordinate an innovative initiative, the
      >Tellin' Stories Project, in schools across the city to strengthen
      >school/ family relations. To learn more about our programs and about
      >us, go to: www.teachingforchange.org.
      >The demand for Teaching for Change's publications has grown
      >dramatically in the last few years, as has the need for professional
      >communications about our programs. We therefore seek to hire a
      >Publications and Communications Coordinator. The duties of this
      >position are:
      >Communications: Marketing of Publications
      >Promotions/Marketing Plan. Devise a promotional and marketing
      >strategy and budget for the year. Incorporate input from Board
      >members and from select organizations and consultants. Oversee the
      >implementation of the marketing plan by internal staff and
      >consultants. The annual plan includes the catalog, website and
      >conferences as detailed below. Teaching for Change catalog.
      >Coordinate the twice-yearly production, entailing cooperation with
      >the Publications Distribution Manager and Executive Director on
      >catalog content including featured titles, pricing, and copy. Work
      >with a designer on layout, and with printers and mailing houses.
      >Compile mailing lists through list exchanges with other
      >organizations and from the office database, for catalog mailings.
      >Distribute bulk copies to select conferences, events and
      >individuals. Conference Exhibits. Register for and attend select
      >national and regional conferences and workshops representing
      >Teaching for Change as an exhibitor. Work with Publications
      >Distributor and Executive Director to determine which titles to
      >stock for the booth or table. Arrange shipping to events and
      >organize author signings where applicable. Coordinate efforts with
      >affiliates. Sell publications on site and keep records.
      >Communications: Organizational and Program
      >External Relations/Promotion. Maintain and develop the mission and
      >message of Teaching for Change through regular updates of the
      >website. Produce and post the Teaching For Change Review, our
      >webzine, every two months, and update our Web Calendar and Upcoming
      >Conferences pages, as well as images and text on the homepage and
      >program pages. Compile the Annual Report and other recent news
      >pieces, press releases and promotional material as needed,
      >coordinating with staff, designers, photographers, and printers.
      >Explore and develop other processes for enhancing Teaching for
      >Change's visibility.
      >Media Support. Provide support to visiting scholars, authors, and in-
      >house programs through oversight of videotaping of select workshops
      >and presentations, and any follow-up productions (transcripts, video
      >conversion, etc.). Organize related photos, tapes and data for use
      >in communications.
      >Publications Development
      >Publications Development/Management. Coordinate the production of
      >new books and reprints. Work with editors, reviewers, designers, co
      >publishers (where applicable), and printers towards completion of
      >publications. Explore and develop distribution outlets and
      >affiliations. Market and promote publications through effective
      >channels, including Internet and print. Current titles in production
      >are Caribbean Connections: Puerto Rico, Caribbean Connections:
      >Dominican Republic and Putting the Movement Back Into Civil Rights
      >Experience: A minimum of 2 years in publications production, editing
      >and marketing. Experience in multi-media preferred.
      >Knowledge: Computer literacy. Candidate must be committed to working
      >for social justice through public education. Familiarity with
      >current public education reform issues preferred. Skills and
      >abilities: Good communication skills, both written and verbal.
      >Responsible, detail-oriented, and hard-working. Flexibility, ability
      >to work collaboratively, and a sense of humor. Interested persons
      >are asked to send a resume and at least two references
      >Teaching for Change
      >PO Box 73038 Washington, DC 20056
      >e-mail: info@...
      >We will accept resumes until the position is filled.
      >Teaching for Change IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER: All qualified
      >applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, creed,
      >marital status, color, religion, sex, national origin, age,
      >disability, sexual orientation, personal appearance, family
      >responsibilities, political affiliation, or enrollment in a college,
      >university, technical school, or adult education.
      >22. Finance Manager (Housing), Salt R<br/><br/>(Message over 64 KB, truncated)
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