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      Environmental Education Outreach Program Fax 928 523 1280
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      PO Box 5765
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      Date: Mon, 19 Apr 2004 02:47:07 +0000
      From: Alyssa Burhans <nativeshare@...>
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      To: NativeShare@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: [NativeShare] Employment (04/07/04-05/18/04)

      Employment (04/07/04-05/18/04)

      1. SEARCHING FOR SUMMER PROGRAM YOUTH COUNSELORS FOR NATIVE
      YOUTH PROGRAM!
      2. SBDP Business Specialist, Mille Lacs Band Corporate
      Commission
      3. Associate Director for Student Affairs and Recruitment,
      Harvard University Native American Program
      4. Various openings Haskell University
      5. Extension 4-H Youth Development, Department Head, Tenure
      Track Position, Las Cruces, New Mexico at New Mexico State University
      6. Health Insurance Specialist (Native American/Alaskan
      Native), GS-107-13
      7. SBDP Administrative Assistant, Mille Lacs Band Corporate
      Commission

      **You are welcome to reprint, copy, archive, quote or re-post this
      item, but please retain the original and listserv source.
      ******************************************************

      8. SEARCHING FOR SUMMER PROGRAM YOUTH COUNSELORS FOR NATIVE
      YOUTH PROGRAM!

      The Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Youth Program of Gila River
      Indian Community (Arizona) are searching for YOUTH COUNSELORS who
      would enjoy working with younger and older youth between the ages of
      14-21. We are searching for energetic and positive individuals that
      can work a 40 hour work week between the months of May thru August
      (length of employment can vary if you are a college student).

      We are in need of :
      *2 YOUTH COUNSELORS
      *1 VAN DRIVER

      PLEASE CALL (520) 562-3387/3388 OR (480) 963-0902/0903 FOR AN
      APPLICATION AND JOB DESCRIPTION TO BE SENT. ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE
      ASK FOR TERESA.

      DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS TO BE TURNED INTO GILA RIVER INDIAN
      COMMUNITY HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT IS APRIL 26, 2004 @ 12:00PM.

      ADDRESS FOR GRIC HUMAN RESOURCES IS:
      Gila River Indian Community
      Human Resoures Department
      P.O. Box 97
      Sacaton, Arizona 85247

      ******************************************************

      9. SBDP Business Specialist, Mille Lacs Band Corporate
      Commission

      SUMMARY:
      To be a strong contributor in diversifying the economy of the Mille
      Lacs Band of Ojibwe by developing successful private sector
      businesses. The development of successful private sector businesses
      will be accomplished by providing business plan development,
      management, marketing, and accounting expertise and training to Band
      member entrepreneurs.

      ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES include the following:
      … Assist with screening and providing technical assistance,
      analysis, and consultation to start up and existing Band member
      entrepreneurs, in the planning and development of their business.
      … Assist Band member entrepreneurs with development of short and
      long-term plans, strategies, and budgets for their business.
      … Watch for and assist Band member entrepreneurs in finding creative
      and economical means for making themselves visible in the market
      place, in order to improve revenues for their businesses.
      … Perform comprehensive market research and planning as it relates
      to feasibility studies for individual entrepreneurial endeavors.
      … Assist individual Band members, in setting up and learning proper
      accounting methods, with which to provide effective controls
      (bookkeeping, inventory control, price setting, analysis and
      management methods).
      … Periodically conduct an audit & analysis of the various small
      businesses.
      … Monitor and maintain a rapport with private and public sector
      agencies that have potential to provide financial resources,
      technical assistance, and market opportunities for Mille Lacs Band
      member entrepreneurs.
      … Monitor any major concerns, barriers, restrictions, and issues on
      the federal, state, and local level, which may impede the
      development of Band member entrepreneurs.
      … Manage time to provide each entrepreneur sufficient technical
      assistance and regular site visits.
      … Keep the SBDP Coordinator updated on the status of new and
      existing entrepreneurs.
      … Maintain daily records of activity and discussions with and for
      each individual entrepreneur, and provide the SBDP Coordinator a
      monthly report.
      … Assist with maintaining a database of Mille Lacs Band member
      businesses and potential Band member business owners.
      … Maintain and implement the SBDP goals and objectives and assist
      with marketing the activities and services of the SBDP.
      … Occasionally assist the Director of Development and the Director
      of Small Business Operations with market research and planning for
      potential and existing Band owned businesses.
      … Must be responsible with confidential information.

      QUALIFICATIONS:
      … Bachelors in Business, from a four-year accredited college or
      university, and/or three to four years experience in business
      management or business development, with a preference for business
      accounting and marketing.
      … Business judgement and strong communication, training, and
      consulting skills a must.
      … Ability to work and consult with businesses that have limited
      resources.
      … Person must be an active "role up their sleeves" type of person
      who is creative and able to work with people of different business
      abilities.
      … Must be fluent in Excel, Word, and presentation software, i.e.,
      MSProject and Power Point, etc.
      … Must possess excellent written, analytical, and oral communication
      skills. Internet surfing and library researching skills necessary.
      … American Indian preference.
      … Must be able to pass background check and be cleared for a tribal
      gaming license.
      … Must be able to pass the Corporate Commission Alcohol & Drug pre-
      screen.

      SEND RESUME AND COVER LETTER TO:
      Mille Lacs Band Corporate Commission
      ATTN: Human Resources
      700 Grand Ave
      Onamia, MN. 56359

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      10. Associate Director for Student Affairs and Recruitment,
      Harvard University Native American Program

      The HUNAP would like to announce a job vacancy for the "Associate
      Director for Student Affairs and Recruitment." All applications
      must be
      Completed on-line and submitted through the Human Resources Office.
      Please visit http://jobs.harvard.edu/jobs and search for Requisition
      Number 19502 for job description and application process. For
      additional information on working at Harvard, please visit:
      http://atwork.harvard.edu/.

      Job Vacancy Announcement
      Requisition Number: 19502
      Title: Associate Director for Student Affairs and Recruitment
      Department: Harvard University Native American Program

      Submit Resume & Cover Letter To:
      http://jobs.harvard.edu/jobs
      Requisition Number 19502

      Duties & Responsibilities:
      Position with the Harvard University Native American Program (HUNAP);
      serving Native American students, alumni, and faculty throughout the
      University. Reports to and works collaboratively with the Executive
      Director in all areas of program development, fundraising,
      academics,
      grant
      proposal writing and research of funding sources, and project
      implementation. Oversees, implements, and evaluates all aspects of
      recruitment and outreach, student affairs and retention, and alumni
      development initiatives. Recruit, retain, and graduate greater
      numbers
      of
      Native American students at Harvard University, and foster a sense of
      community through intellectual, social, and cultural exchange. Works
      collaboratively with students and alumni, administrators, and
      faculty,
      to
      foster excellent communication and working relationships among all
      administrative offices to provide student support, strengthen
      recruitment,
      increase HUNAP's visibility, and to identify potential
      collaborations.
      Serves as a resource to all University Admissions Offices.
      Responsible
      for
      maintaining statistical information, databases, and evaluations of
      recruitment, student affairs, and alumni efforts. Responsible for
      maintaining budget and processing financial reports. Evening and
      weekend
      hours, and travel throughout the nation required.

      Required Education:
      Masters required (BA will be considered based on work experience),
      with
      3
      to 4 years experience in higher education administration with a
      focus
      on
      program development and student services. Direct experience,
      extensive
      understanding, and deep engagement with issues affecting indigenous
      people,
      particularly as they relate to Indian education and retention in
      higher
      education (a working knowledge of current American Indian affairs is
      preferred). Proven leadership experience, and the ability to work
      collaboratively and motivate students and colleagues. Excellent
      communication, managerial, and negotiating skills are required.
      Willingness to travel frequently is required.

      Additional Information
      Evening and weekend hours, and travel throughout the nation
      required.
      This
      is a grant funded position with a scheduled ending date of June 30,
      2006.
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      11. Various openings Haskell University

      THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS ARE CURRENTLY BEING ADVERTISED ON OUR
      CAMPUS.
      YOU
      > MAY PICK UP A COPY OF THE ANNOUNCEMENT IN PERSONNEL OFFICE IN
      NAVARRE
      > HALL, HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICE OR DOWNLOAD A COPY FROM THE OPM
      WEBSITE
      AT
      > www.usajobs.opm.gov.
      >
      > ANN. NO. TITLE/BB LEVEL
      > OPEN DATE CLOSE DATE
      >
      > HU 03/13 READVERTISEMENT #2
      > 04/12/2004 04/30/2004
      > STUDENT UNION MANAGER
      > FOOD SERVICE DEPARTMENT
      > BROADBAND LEVEL I: $23,863 - $38,694 PA
      > BROADBAND LEVEL II: $33,071 - $52,501 PA
      >
      > HU 03/14 INSTRUCTOR OF ENGLISH
      > 08/18/2003 UNTIL FILLED
      > ENGLISH DEPARTMENT
      > BROADBAND LEVEL II: $33,071 - $52,501 PA
      > BROADBAND LEVEL III: $44,550 - $76,261 PA
      >
      > DE-HU-0401INSTRUCTOR OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
      > 11/18/2003 UNTIL FILLED
      > SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
      > BROADBAND LEVEL III $44,550 - $76,261 PA
      >
      > HU 04/09 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST
      > 03/01/2004 04/26/2004
      > ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES - FINANCE SECTION
      > BROADBAND LEVEL III: $44,550 - $76,261 PA
      >
      > HU 04/11 INSTRUCTOR OF BIOLOGY
      > 04/05/2004 UNTIL FILLED
      > SCIENCE DEPARTMENT
      > BROADBAND LEVEL III: $44,550 - $76,261 PA
      >
      > HU 04/12 INSTRUCTOR OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
      > 04/05/2004 UNTIL FILLED
      > SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
      > BROADBAND LEVEL III: $44,550 - $76,261 PA
      >
      ******************************************************

      12. Extension 4-H Youth Development, Department Head, Tenure
      Track Position, Las Cruces, New Mexico at New Mexico State University

      Application deadline: May 17, 2004
      Position open until filled

      New Mexico State University (NMSU) Cooperative Extension Service
      seeks nominations and applications for Department Head for 4-H Youth
      Development. The Department Head reports directly to the Extension
      Associate Dean and serves at the pleasure of the College
      Administration. The NMSU Cooperative Extension Service 4-H Youth
      Development program serves 61,200 New Mexico youth annually through
      4-H community clubs, school enrichment, before and after school
      programs, and special interest groups.

      Responsibilities: The Department Head for 4-H Youth Development
      will: Provide visionary leadership and strive to make 4-H Youth
      Development a model of best practices in youth development education
      statewide; performs administrative functions for 4-H Youth
      Development programs including management of budgets and supervision
      of faculty and staff; serves as spokesperson for 4-H Youth
      Development programs; represents New Mexico 4-H at the county,
      state, regional, national and international levels; provides
      leadership for planning, developing, implementing and evaluating 4-H
      Youth Development educational programs by involving departments,
      faculty, county agents, volunteer adults and youth as partners;
      establishes a collaborative relationship with the Executive Vice
      President of the New Mexico 4-H Foundation and serves as a trustee
      and member of the Executive Board; engages in scholarly and creative
      youth development work in support of county, tribal, reservation and
      statewide 4-H Youth Development programs and professionals; and
      establishes and maintains partnerships and collaborations with
      campus departments and other pertinent state and private
      institutions and organizations to develop interdisciplinary programs
      that will address youth issues.

      Required: Master of Science Degree; experience in Extension 4-H
      youth development or closely related field; demonstrated experience
      in team-building, problem-solving and conflict
      resolution/management; demonstrated excellence in program
      development, management, implementation, assessment and
      grantsmanship; demonstrated ability in resource management;
      demonstrated leadership in innovative program development and
      management to meet the needs of diverse youth audiences; and
      Extension and/or academic record of scholarly accomplishments that
      merit appointment as a faculty member with tenure in NMSU
      Cooperative Extension Service.

      Preferred: Doctorate from an accredited university or college,
      experience in administrative leadership and supervision of personnel
      at the state level; demonstrated excellence in youth education,
      innovative delivery methods and use of technology; and academic
      degrees in education, youth development or closely related field.

      The successful candidate will have: Excellent written and oral
      communication skills; demonstrated ability to communicate
      effectively with constituencies at the university campus, county,
      state, and national levels; demonstrated commitment to cultural
      diversity; an understanding of the land grant mission; and an
      appreciation for economically and ethnically diverse rural and urban
      constituencies.

      Submit Letter of Application, Resume or Vita Dr.
      Paul H. Gutierrez
      Unofficial Transcripts and Names, Addresses
      Associate Dean and Associate Director
      and Phone Numbers of Five (5) Professional
      Cooperative Extension Service
      References to: New
      Mexico State University
      P.O.
      Box 30003, MSC 3AE
      Las Cruces, NM 88003

      Telephone: (505) 646-3015


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      13. Health Insurance Specialist (Native American/Alaskan
      Native), GS-107-13

      Please be sure to follow all the instructions provided in this
      announcement. Addressing the Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSAs)
      is a very important process for this announcement.

      Announcement Number: RN8-04-004

      Opening Date: April 12, 2004

      Closing Date: April 23, 2004

      Position Title, Series and Grade: Health Insurance Specialist
      (Native American/Alaskan Native), GS-107-13

      Promotion Potential: GS-13

      Number of Vacancies: One

      Annual Salary: $ 73,385.00 - $95,402.00

      (See a full list of Job Benefits at
      http://www.cms.hhs.gov/careers/worklife/benefits.asp)

      Organizational Location/Duty Station: Denver, CO.

      Shift & Tour of Duty: Full-time, Flextime or Alternate Work
      Schedules are available.

      Area of Consideration (who may apply): All Qualified Persons

      Summary of Duties:

      The purpose of this position is to advise and make recommendations
      to agency staff regarding the health impact of agency programs on
      Native Americans and Alaska Native people (NA/AN). Analyzes issues
      relating to the impact of Medicare, Medicaid, Children's Health
      Insurance, Survey and Certification Programs on Native
      American/Alaskan Native (NA/AN) people and the health care delivery
      systems that serve this population. Establishes and maintains
      working relationships with key national, regional, and state
      organizations representing the health interests of NA/AN people.
      Maintains a contemporary understanding of emerging health trends and
      issues in this population and their health care delivery system,
      which may impact the administration of Centers for Medicare &
      Medicaid Services (CMS) programs. Recommends areas for research to
      the CMS, Office of Strategic Planning and may serve as co-
      investigator. Reviews and provides expert analysis of the
      statutes, regulations, and policies which impact NA/AN health care
      delivery systems and their beneficiaries. Establishes and maintains
      working relationships with Tribes and Tribal organizations such as
      the Tribal Chairman's Organization. Participates in national and
      regional work groups, steering committees and expert panels that
      support NA/AN health issues.

      MINIMUM QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: Please note that qualification
      requirements must be met by the closing date of this announcement.
      Applicants are advised that all information concerning
      qualifications is subject to investigation. False representation
      may be grounds for non-consideration, non-selection and/or
      appropriate disciplinary action.

      Specialized experience required: Qualified applicants must have
      Fifty-two (52) weeks of experience managing, directing, overseeing
      or performing work concerned with the administration and operation
      of health insurance programs, such as Medicare and Medicaid. This
      could include experience such as interpreting health insurance
      program requirements and formulating policies, methods, and
      procedures; monitoring, reviewing, evaluating, and assessing the
      integrity and quality of health insurance program operations;
      preparing and analyzing health care data related to health insurance
      programs; activities related to health care research such as
      evaluation and or experimental proposals to support the development,
      implementation, and refinement of health insurance payment and
      delivery systems; or performing other related activities.

      Quality of Experience: The required specialized experience must have
      been 1 year at the next lower grade level or equivalent.

      RATING CRITERIA – Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSAs)/Core
      Competencies: What are your knowledge, skills, abilities, and other
      competencies as they relate to this position? In addition to your
      resume, please write 1/2 to 1 page narrative statement explaining
      the experience you have relating to each KSA listed below.
      (Instructions for addressing KSAs can be found at
      http://www.cms.hhs.gov/careers/apply/ksa.asp)


      KSA # 1 KNOWLEDGE OF NATIVE AMERICAN/ALASKA NATIVE (NA/AN) HUMAN
      SERVICE AND HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS KSA Definition: Knowledge of the
      organizational functions of the Indian Health Service (I.H.S.),
      Tribal health and social service programs, State Health Departments,
      Medicaid and Survey Agencies and their relationship to CMS.
      (CRITICAL)

      KSA # 2 ABILITY TO COMMUNICATE ORALLY AND IN WRITING KSA
      Definition: This is the ability to express ideas and exchange
      information with a variety of internal and external audiences that
      are complex and/or sensitive in nature, involving Tribal concerns,
      clinical, programmatic or administrative issues through official
      correspondence, reports, and oral presentations in a clear, concise,
      and well-organized manner. (Critical)

      KSA # 3: SKILL IN NEGOTIATION. KSA Definition: This is defined as
      skill in effectively negotiating with Tribal representatives, public
      and private sector officials to accomplish the mission, goals, and
      strategic plan of the agency.
      Basis of Rating: Applicants meeting the minimum qualification
      requirements will be rated and ranked on the knowledge, skills, and
      abilities (KSAs) required to perform the duties of the position.
      Numerical ratings will be assigned to eligible applicants.
      Applicants will be referred to the selecting official in score
      order. Candidates should submit a narrative statement on a separate
      page(s) with specific responses to the KSAs in this announcement.
      Instructions for KSAs: http://www.cms.hhs.gov/careers/apply/ksa.asp)

      How to Apply: Submit a resume, OF-612 or other format of your choice
      with the information listed below. You must also submit the
      narrative statements as listed above. All applications must include
      the Announcement Number and must be postmarked by the closing date
      and received within five (5) workdays. Failure to submit all
      requested information and/or required forms may constitute an
      incomplete resume resulting in the applicant not receiving
      consideration. It is the applicant's responsibility to provide
      documentation/proof of claimed qualifications, education, veteran's
      preference, status (SF-50) and/or verification of eligibility for
      noncompetitive appointment.

      Information to Include in Your Resume:
      A. Job Information: Complete announcement number, title and grade(s)
      of the job for which you are applying.

      B. Personal Information:
      a) Full name

      b) Mailing address (with zip code)

      c) Day and evening phone numbers (with area codes)

      d) Social Security Number

      e) Country of Citizenship

      f) Veteran's Preference: To claim a 5-point veteran's preference,
      attach a copy of your DD-214, Certificate of Release or Discharge
      from Active Duty; to claim a 10-point veteran's preference, attach
      an SF-15, Application for 10-Point Veteran's Preference, plus the
      proof required by the SF-15 (obtain a copy of the SF-15 from
      http://www.opm.gov/forms/word/sf15.doc). Applicants must clearly
      identify veteran's preference on their application.

      g) Reinstatement Eligibility (include copy of last Notification of
      Personnel Action, SF-50)

      h) Highest Federal civilian grade held (also give job series and
      dates held)

      i) Types of Federal civilian appointments held: Temporary, Term,
      Career-Conditional, Career, and/or Excepted.

      C. Education:

      a) High school: name, city, and state (zip code if known), and date
      of diploma or GED.

      b) Colleges and universities: name, city, and state of school(s)
      attended; major(s); type and year of any degrees received. (If no
      degree has been awarded, provide total credits earned and whether
      semester or quarter hours.) Send a copy of your college transcript
      if education is being substituted for experience and/or is required
      for this vacancy.

      D. Work Experience: Give the following information for your paid and
      unpaid work experience related to the job for which you are
      applying: a) job title, including series and grade if a Federal job;
      b) duties and accomplishments; c) employer's name and address; d)
      supervisor's name and phone number; e) starting and ending dates
      (month, day, and year); f) hours per week; and g) salary. Please
      indicate if we may contact your current supervisor.

      E. Other Qualifications: Please indicate any of the following you
      may have that are job related: a) training courses (title, month and
      year, and length of training), b) skills such as other languages,
      computer software/hardware knowledge, typing speed, etc.; c)
      certificates and licenses (current only), and d) honors, memberships
      in professional or honor societies, and awards.

      Submit your application to:
      DHHS/Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Baltimore Human
      Resources Center, P.O. Box 8001, Baltimore, MD 21244-9001. If you
      are using an express mail service that does not deliver to a post
      office box, you may mail your application materials to DHHS/BHRC, C2-
      08-13, 7500 Security Boulevard, Baltimore, MD 21244. Resumes may
      be faxed to (410) 786-0728, or E-mailed to CMSResume@....
      Please be aware that for security reasons visits to our Baltimore
      location are restricted and that personal delivery of applications
      is not recommended. CMS assumes no responsibility for the delivery
      of applications. It is the responsibility of the applicant to
      ensure timely receipt of his/her application regardless of the
      method used.

      DHHS/BHRC assumes no responsibility for the delivery of
      applications. It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure
      timely receipt his/her application regardless of the method used.

      Recent events have affected mail delivery; therefore, when
      submitting your application, you may want to consider using express
      mail delivery services. You may call the number listed below to
      ensure that your expressed-mailed or regularly-mailed application
      was received.

      For further information contact: Sonamiata Butler at (410) 786-
      2563, or Raymond Unterbrink at (410) 786-2032, or 1 (800) 735-2258
      for hearing impaired applicants.

      Information on certain aspects of employment as well as job
      opportunities with the Federal government can be found on the Office
      of Personnel Management (OPM) Web site
      http://www.usajobs.opm.gov/b.htm. A listing of current job
      opportunities here at CMS can be found at
      http://www.cms.hhs.gov/careers/rns/. For answers to frequently asked
      questions relating to human resources go to For answers to
      frequently asked questions relating to human resources go to
      http://questions.cms.hhs.gov/cgi-
      bin/cmshhs.cfg/php/enduser/std_alp.php?p_cat_lvl1=17.

      Other Information:
      Persons who are eligible under special hiring/appointment
      authorities (e.g., 30% compensable veterans, individuals with severe
      physical disabilities, former Peace Corps, VISTA Volunteers, and VRA
      (VRA appointments may only at the GS-11 level or below – promotion
      potential of the position is not a factor) are also encouraged to
      apply. Applicants eligible under these special placement programs
      must indicate on the front of their resume the program under which
      they are applying and MUST submit proof of eligibility. Applicants
      who wish to be considered under a special hiring authority as well
      as under the competitive examining process MUST submit two resumes.
      When only one resume is received it will be considered for the
      appropriate special hiring authority.

      Applicant MUST be a U.S. citizen. Male applicants born after
      December 31, 1959, MUST be registered with the Selective Service
      system or MUST certify that they are exempt from having to do so
      under the Selective Service Law. All Federal employees are required
      by Public Law 104-134 to have Federal payments made by "direct
      deposit."

      This Agency provides reasonable accommodations to applicants with
      disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of
      the application or hiring process, please notify the Agency. The
      decision on granting reasonable accommodation will be on a case-by-
      case basis.

      Any U.S. Public Health Service (PHS) Commissioned Corp Officer
      interested in performing the duties of the position as a
      Commissioned Corp Officer MUST indicate this interest on his/her
      resume. Failure to indicate interest to remain within the
      Commissioned Corps will result in the resume being considered
      through competitive service examining procedures.

      NOTE: Commissioned Officers are expected to have completed 2 years
      at their current duty station before accepting a new assignment.

      Priority Consideration for Surplus or Displaced Federal Employees:

      Individuals who have special priority selection rights under the
      Agency Career Transition Assistance Program (CTAP) or the
      Interagency Career Transition Assistance Program (ICTAP) must be
      well qualified for the position to receive consideration for special
      priority selection. CTAP and ICTAP eligibles will be considered well
      qualified if they attain a rating of above average on all KSAs as
      well as meet any selective placement factors. CTAP and ICTAP
      eligibles that are rated well qualified may be subject to an
      interview.

      Federal employees seeking CTAP/ICTAP eligibility must submit proof
      that they meet the requirements of 5 CFR 330.605(a) for CTAP and 5
      CFR 330.704 for ICTAP. This includes a copy of the Agency notice, a
      copy of their most recent Performance Rating and a copy of their
      most recent SF-50 noting current position, grade level, and duty
      location. Please annotate your resume to reflect that you are
      applying as a CTAP or ICTAP eligible.

      Requires a background investigation.

      Frequent travel may be required: YES, up to 25%.

      Requires a New Appointment Probationary Period: No ( ) Yes ( XX )
      Note: Current Federal employees may be required to serve a new
      probationary period.

      Requires Annual Financial Disclosure Statement: No ( ) Yes (XX)

      Relocation Expenses: May ( ) will not ( XX ) be paid. (NOTE: If
      you receive relocation expenses you must agree to remain in the
      Federal Government's service for a period of 12 months from the date
      you report to duty at your official duty station. If you fail to
      remain in the Federal Government's service you will be required to
      repay any monies expended from Federal funds for travel,
      transportation, and relocation expenses, unless separated for
      reasons beyond your control and acceptable to CMS.)

      Resumes mailed using Government postage and/or internal Federal
      Government mail systems are in violation of Agency and postal
      regulations and will not be accepted.

      All candidates will receive consideration for this position without
      regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin,
      disability, political affiliation, marital status, or other non-
      merit factor. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services is an
      Equal Opportunity Employer.

      ******************************************************

      14. SBDP Administrative Assistant-

      DATE POSTED: 4-9-04
      POSITION TITLE: SBDP Administrative Assistant- (part-time)
      POSTING EXPIRES: 4-19-04
      REPORTS TO: SBDP Coordinator

      SUMMARY:
      Provide administrative support to the Small Business Development
      Program staff. Maintain broad-based knowledge of SBDP services and
      events, and be willing to expand your business knowledge. Manage the
      flow of communication within and outside the program.

      ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBLITIES:
      … Handle all administrative functions to include: copying, filing,
      word-processing, faxing, answering telephones, and mail.
      … Answering telephones and route calls to appropriate department
      associate if not able to answer questions or provide necessary
      information.
      … Assist with preparation of various presentation materials.
      … Assist with the collection of economic data and program measures.
      … Be familiar with the SBDP processes to distribute that information
      and the Information Packet to Band Members.
      … Assist in all phases of operational administrative duties in a
      professional, confidential and courteous manner.
      … Assist with documentation of all SBDP activities and contacts.
      … Establish and maintain a comprehensive filing and retrieval
      system, sufficient to support an efficient and functional office.
      … Organize and be familiar with the resources in the Business
      Resource Library.
      … Establish and maintain positive interaction with all areas of the
      Corporate Commission.
      … Coordinate travel and maintain accurate appointment schedules for
      the department.
      … Must be trustworthy and responsible with confidential information.

      QUALIFICATIONS:
      … High school diploma or equivalent experience.
      … Minimum of 2 years experience in an administrative or secretarial
      functions.
      … Contact with any business types actively a plus.
      … Must be fluent in Word, Outlook, Access, Excel and Power Point.
      Additional experience with project management and other software
      will be a plus.
      … Must posses excellent written and oral communication skills.
      … Strong organizational and document formatting skills.
      … Ability to handle multiple projects with changing priorities, and
      work in a fast paced environment, as a productive team member.
      … American Indian preference.
      … Must be able to pass background check and be cleared for a tribal
      gaming license.
      … Must be able to pass the Corporate Commission Alcohol & Drug pre-
      screen.

      SEND RESUME AND COVER LETTER TO:
      Mille Lacs Band Corporate Commission
      700 Grand Ave
      Onamia, MN. 56359
      Attn: Human Resources

      The Office of Lawyers Professional Responsibility seeks attorney
      with
      at
      > least two years experience. Position involves investigative work
      and
      > trial practice. Superior writing, research, and analytical skills
      > required. Starting salary within range based on experience
      $43,827 -
      > $49,360. Excellent benefits. =20
      >
      > =20
      >
      > Send resume and letter to Office of Lawyers Prof. Resp., 345 St.
      Peter
      > Street, Suite 1500, St. Paul, MN 55102, by April 30, 2004.
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