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  • Mansel A. Nelson
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      >Employment Opportunities (02.07.03-02.10.03)
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      >1. Chief Legislative Counsel, Office of The Speaker, The Navajo
      >Nation
      >2. Director and Tenure-Track Faculty, Northern Plains Indian
      >Law Center, University Of North Dakota School Of Law
      >3. Associate Legal Aid Attorney, Colorado River Indian Tribes
      >4. Deputy Director in The Office Of Site Remediation
      >Enforcement
      >5. Tribal Court Judge - Taos Pueblo
      >
      >Jobs (1-5) in Indian Law ­ posted in the ASU College of Law website
      >at http://www.law.asu.edu/Programs/Indian/Jobs/
      >Refer to the College of Law website for more information and other
      >job announcements
      >
      >6. Juel Fairbanks Chemical Dependency Services (Various
      >vacancies)
      >7. National Indian Business Association, Research Development
      >Specialist (Posted 1/24/03)
      >8. Regional Organizer (Seattle, WA), Northwest Natural Resource
      >Center
      >9. Project Manager, Kayenta Community School, Inc.
      >10. Education Director, Skokomish Tribe
      >11. Faculty Positions, Chandler-Gilbert Community College
      >12. Executive Director, Sac & Fox Nation of Missouri
      >13. Fishery Technician III, Fish Science Department, Columbia
      >River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission
      >14. Casa Blanca Community School, Inc. (Grant)
      >15. Chinle Boarding School (BIA), various positions
      >16. Fort Defiance Field Education Office (various positions)
      >17. Greasewood Springs Community School (Grant) various positions
      >18. Hunters Point Boarding School (BIA), Substitute Teacher
      >(Intermittent), Teacher (Elementary)
      >19. Jeehdeez'a Academy Inc. (Low Mountain) (BIA), various
      >positions
      >20. Kin Dah Lichii' Olta' (Grant), various positions
      >21. Many Farms High School (BIA), various positions
      >22. Red Rock Day School (BIA), various positions
      >23. Teachers, WALATOWA CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL
      >24. Request for Proposal-Food Service Facility at the National
      >Museum of the American Indian, Washington, DC
      >25. Voyageurs National Park seasonal vacancies
      >
      >
      >
      >******************************************************6. Juel
      >Fairbanks Chemical Dependency Services (Various vacancies)
      >
      >806 North Albert
      >St. Paul, MN 55104
      >651.644.6204
      >
      >Various Positions:
      >Executive Director
      >Halfway House Program Lead Counselor
      >Halfway House Program Chemical Dependency Counselor
      >Youth Program Technician
      >
      >If interested, please submit:
      >1. Juel Fairbanks job application
      >2. Current Resume, and
      >3. Three letters of reference to:
      >
      >Ann Many Birds
      >Interim Executive Director
      >Juel Fairbanks Chemical Dependency Services
      >806 North Albert
      >St. Paul, MN 55104
      >
      >****************************************************
      >7. National Indian Business Association, Research Development
      >Specialist
      >
      >Position Description: Research Development Specialist
      >National Indian Business Association
      >As the Research Development Specialist, the successful candidate
      >will work closely with the President/CEO as well as the Business
      >Development Specialist to coordinate educational material specific
      >to business development by means of hardcopy and digital
      >media formats. They will be responsible for the updating and editing
      >of four (4) technical workbooks which are targeted towards Native
      >American and Alaska Native owned businesses. These workbooks will be
      >distributed to members of a pilot program established to enhance
      >business development, as well as at NIBA training conferences and
      >seminars. The workbooks will also be placed on the NIBA website. In
      >addition to creating educational materials, the research development
      >specialist will also be esponsible for researching Government and
      >private procurement regulations, policies and opportunities, as
      >well as the regulations, processes and opportunities for e-
      >procurement. The candidate should be proficient in the Microsoft
      >Office? suite of programs, as not only will they be using PowerPoint
      >to edit the workbooks, but they will also be creating Access
      >databases to track surveys, successes, progress, and various
      >reports. The successful candidate will be a flexible self-starter
      >with a high degree of initiative and
      >motivation who thrives in a dynamic work environment. The National
      >Indian Business Association (NIBA) is a non-profit 501 (c) (3)
      >organization established in 1992 to assist in the advancement of
      >Native business development by providing information, programs, and
      >services specifically designed to address the unique needs of
      >American Indian and Alaskan Native business owners, entrepreneurs
      >and governments. Until NIBA's formation, there was no specific group
      >organized on a national level focusing exclusively on Indian
      >economic and business development concerns, notwithstanding the fact
      >that American Indian and Alaskan Natives are among the most
      >economically disadvantaged citizens in our nation. Today, NIBA
      >serves and
      > represents approximately 24,000 American Indian and Alaskan Native
      >businesses. NIBA is working hard to expand economic and business
      >opportunities, and is confident that this is a reasonable goal,
      >provided with the necessary tools that are at our disposal.
      >Educational Requirements:
      >BA/BS in business and/or MBA and at least 2 years experience in
      >business developmentor a related field.
      >Special Consideration:
      >As possible, NIBA exercises Indian preference in hiring.
      >******************************************************
      >
      >8. Regional Organizer (Seattle, WA), Northwest Natural Resource
      >Center
      >
      >NWF is seeking a Regional Organizer with skills in volunteer and
      >leadership development to cultivate a cadre of wildlife conservation
      >activists who will take personal action to push decision makers to
      >conserve wildlife and wildlife habitat. The Regional Organizer will
      >also develop and implement strategic partnerships with NWF
      >affiliates around wildlife conservation and education efforts of
      >common concern and generate support for NWF's national and regional
      >conservation campaigns. The Regional Organizer will have primarily
      >responsibility for carrying out these duties in the states of
      >Oregon, Washington and Idaho.
      >
      >Minimum qualifications: Bachelor's degree. Five years experience in
      >one or more of thefollowing: volunteer and leadership development;
      >grassroots organizing; conservation advocacy;
      >lobbying for state, local or federal legislation; or nonprofit
      >organizational development and fundraising. Knowledge and interest
      >in outdoor recreation a plus. Exceptional communication
      > skills; team player; Windows computer proficiency; and strategic
      >thinker. Position involves 50% travel. NWF offers an excellent
      >benefits package. Salary: $40-50K range. Qualified candidates
      > send cover letter and resume w/salary requirements indicating job
      >#1520 to:
      >
      >National Wildlife Federation
      >11100 Wildlife Center Drive
      >Reston, VA 20190
      >E-mail to: jobopp@...
      >An Equal Opportunity Employer.
      >Walid Makarem
      >National Wildlife Federation
      >Human Resources Employment Asst.
      >11100 Wildlife Center Drive
      >Reston, VA 20190
      > Tel- 703-438-6227
      >Fax- 703-438-6039
      >
      >*****************************************************
      >
      >9. Project Manager, Kayenta Community School, Inc.
      >
      >Closing date: February 14, 2003 at 5 p.m.
      >
      >Kayenta Community School is hiring for a full time Project Manager
      >with a minimum of five years working experience with relevant
      >qualifications to provide ProjectManagement (PM) services for
      >Kayenta Community School's two Facilities Improvement and Repair
      >projects. PM services during Architectural Engineering Design and
      >Construction Phases include; Architectural/Engineering plans and
      >specification review; construction estimation; value engineering,
      >contract and proposal technical writing; limited construction
      >administration; and inspection services. The PM will provide
      >scheduling, progress meeting coordination, cost control quality
      >control compliance with applicable state and federal laws, uniform
      >building code, life safety code, Navajo Nation law and other
      >applicable construction codes and standards, and advice concerning
      >construction techniques and methodologies. Funding is from the
      >Bureau of Indian Affair's Facilities Management and Construction
      >Center through a Public Law 100-297 Grant Amendment. Must be
      >familiar with federal grant construction project requirements to
      >include; submittals, reporting, regulations, code compliance
      >approvals, and office management procedures. The PM will serve as
      >the expert technical advisor to the Kayenta Community School, Inc.
      >Board to accomplish the design, bidding, and award and construction
      >phase activities for the Facilities Improvement and Repair
      >construction.
      >
      >QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Engineering
      >Technology, Civil Mechanical, or similar field. Must have a minimum
      >of five (5) years of demonstrable experience with a minimum of
      >three (3) years of supervisory experience. Current Driver's
      >License. School Board may determine other qualifications as
      >necessary.
      >
      >SALARY: Negotiable
      >
      >CONTACT:
      >Personnel Office
      >Kayenta Community School
      >P.O. Box 188
      >Kayenta, AZ 86033
      >(928) 697-3439 Ext. 223
      >
      >REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: 1. Application 2. Resume 3. Official College
      >Transcripts 4. Indian Preference, claim form 5-4432 or Certificate
      >of Indian Blood (CIB). 5. Three Letters of References
      >******************************************************
      >10. Education Director, Skokomish Tribe
      >
      >The Skokomish Tribe is seeking to hire an Education Director. The
      >incumbent develops and implements annual budgets and procures
      >resources by writing grants and administering them. Oral and
      >written communication includes program reports, presentation to
      >internal and external groups, developing and maintaining
      >collaborative relationships with Federal and State government,
      >Tribal departments, local school districts, community groups, and
      >committees. The incumbent ensures compliance with all Federal,
      >State, Local and Tribal regulations and funding agreements with
      >regard to the Tribe's education program, continuously assessing the
      >community's education and training needs. Closes 2/10/03, $38,000 -
      >$43,000.
      >
      >For more information, contact Winona Plant, Personnel Manager at
      >(360) 426-4232 x209.
      >******************************************************
      >11. Faculty Positions, Chandler-Gilbert Community College
      >
      >Join the Team at Chandler-Gilbert Community College!
      >Faculty Positions Available Fall 2003!
      >
      >ART HISTORY Posting #02030538-1
      >COMMUNICATION Posting #02030537-1
      >ENGLISH COMPOSITION (2) Posting # 02030535-1, #02030536-1
      >PHILOSOPHY Posting #02030534-1
      >POLITICAL SCIENCE Posting #02030533-1
      >MUSIC (Theory/Composition/Music Humanities) Posting #02030560-1
      >
      >Salary Range $37,793 - $62,248
      >All positions close March 14, 2003
      >
      >APPLICATION REQUIRED. Must be received by the closing date by 5 p.m.
      >Employment opportunities are posted online at
      >www.dist.maricopa.edu/hrweb, and forpublic view at the District
      >Office, Room 226, 2411 W. 14th St., Tempe, AZ 85281, or call (480)
      >731-8465. To learn more about Chandler-Gilbert CommunityCollege,
      >please visit our web site at www.cgc.maricopa.edu.
      >
      >MCCCD is an AA/EEO institution
      >******************************************************
      >12. Executive Director, Sac & Fox Nation of Missouri
      >
      >Position is: Supervisory
      >Salary: Negotiable
      >Position reports to: Tribal Council
      >
      >Description of work:
      >This position is located in the tribal administrative office. The
      >purpose of this position is to function as the Chief Administrative
      >Officer (CAO) of the Sac and FoxNation of Missouri. The Executive
      >Director, under the direction of the Sac and Fox Tribal Council,
      >will have supervisory responsibility for the administrative program
      >directors and office staff of the Sac and Fox Nation.
      >
      >Qualification Requirements:
      >This position requires a four-year degree from an accredited
      >university in Business Administration, Public Administration, or
      >related field; or five (5) years experience directly related to the
      >position, which has equipped the candidate with the experience
      >necessary to successfully perform the duties of the position,
      >may be substituted for the required education.
      >
      >This position is opened until filled.
      >Submit applications or resumes to:
      >Sac & Fox Nation of Missouri
      >305 North Main
      >Reserve, Kansas 66434
      >******************************************************
      >13. Fishery Technician III, Fish Science Department, Columbia
      >River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission
      >
      >Closing Date: February 28, 2003
      >Classification: Full time, temporary (no benefits)
      >Duration: 3 to 8 months (May 1 through December 31, 2003)
      >Salary/Wage: $10.75 to $14.00 per hour DOQ
      >Location: Portland, Oregon
      >
      >General Information:
      >The Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission assists four tribes
      >that have treaty fishing rights in the Columbia River Basin. The
      >position offered is associated with the Commission's Production,
      >Research, and Restoration Group. This research group is now engaged
      >in several stock composition, identification, and structure
      >investigations. As well, the group is involved in describing,
      >developing, and quantitatively evaluating
      >restoration strategies for Pacific salmon. The Technician will be
      >assigned to one or several of these projects and will work in both
      >laboratory and field settings. The position is subject to
      >availability of funds.
      >
      >Essential Job Functions:
      >Specific duties of this position include, but are not limited to:
      >*Field specimen captures, collection, and sampling
      >*Fish identification and biological sampling
      >*Data entry using commercial and custom computer applications
      >*Fish scale analyses, including preparing, measuring, and
      >classifying samples
      >*Assisting in data analysis and report writing
      > *Operating a jet boat in large rivers
      > * Searching for and reviewing scientific literature
      >
      >Job Requirements/Qualifications:
      >We seek very responsible and dependable individuals with career
      >interests in environmental and fisheries sciences who meet the
      >following required qualifications:
      >*A bachelor's degree (or near completion) in fisheries science or
      >closely related field or equivalent experience.
      > *Superior performance in the major field, familiarity with
      >biological research, data analyses, and the ability to execute
      >detailed technical procedures.
      >* Experience with computer applications and data management.
      >* Ability to work effectively and positively in field, office, and
      >laboratory settings.
      >*A valid driver's license, good driving record, and the ability to
      >lift and carry objects weighting at least 30 pounds.
      >
      >In addition, the following qualifications are desired:
      >* Familiarity with, and experience in, field biology techniques
      >*Experience in fisheries research and management
      >*Technical writing abilities
      >*Boat operation and mechanical abilities
      >
      >Working Conditions: Office environment and field conditions.
      >
      >Application procedure:
      >Send resume and cover letter to:
      >Janelle Anderson
      >HR Coordinator
      >Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission
      >729 NE Oregon, #200
      >Portland, OR 97232
      >andj@...
      >Fax: 503-235-4228
      >
      > The Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission is an equal
      >opportunity employer. Preference will be given to qualified Native
      >American applicants who provide proof of enrollment in a federally
      >recognized tribe.
      >******************************************************
      >
      >14. Casa Blanca Community School, Inc. (Grant)
      >
      >Cultural Resources Technician
      >Special Education Teacher (Self-contained)
      >Job Description:
      >Please contact Casa Blanca Community School, Inc. for complete job
      >vacancy announcement.
      >
      >Other:
      >Cultural Resources Technician
      >High school diploma or GED preferred. Speaker of the Pima language
      >preferred. Knowledge of Pima/Maricopa cultures and traditions
      >preferred. One or moreyears of experience in Native American
      >community work preferred. Open until filled.
      >
      > Special Education Teacher (Self-Contained)
      >Valid AZ teaching certificate - Special Education endorsement
      >required. Ability to work and communicate effectively with staff,
      >students and parents from diverse
      > cultural/bilingual backgrounds. Start is $30,000-$45,000 Open
      >until filled
      >
      >School Information:
      > Casa Blanca Community School, Inc. K-4 school about 15 miles south
      >of Chandler, part of the Gila River Indian Community.
      >P.O. Box 10940
      >Bapchule, AZ 85221
      >Contact:
      >Ms. Garland
      >Telephone (520) 315-1868 Ext. 8584
      >Fax (520) 315-5304
      >employment@...
      >******************************************************
      >
      >15. Chinle Boarding School (BIA), various positions
      >
      >Positions:
      >Elementary Teacher (ongoing recruitment)
      >Special Education Teacher
      >Job Description:
      >The teacher will provide instruction at the professional level as a
      >classroom teacher, as a team teacher or a remedial or special
      >services teacher according to the setting and organization structure
      >of the school. Teacher will be responsible for planning,
      >implementing and evaluating instructional activities under stated
      >guidelines. Please contact Chinle Boarding School for complete job
      >vacancy announcements.
      >
      >School Information:
      >Chinle Boarding School
      >P.O. Box 70
      >Many Farms, AZ 86538
      >Contact:
      >Sylvia A. Joe
      >Telephone: (928) 781-6221
      >Fax: (928) 781-6376
      >******************************************************
      >
      >16. Fort Defiance Field Education Office (various positions)
      >
      >Positions:
      >School Psychologist
      >Job Description:
      >Please contact the Fort Defiance Field Education Office for a
      >complete job vacancy announcement.
      >Position is opened until filled
      >
      >School Information:
      > Fort Defiance Field Education Office
      > PO Box 110
      > Fort Defiance, AZ 86504-0110
      > Contact:
      > Helen Kee
      > Phone (928) 729-7302
      > Fax (928) 729-7313
      >
      >******************************************************
      >
      >17. Greasewood Springs Community School (Grant) various positions
      >
      >Positions:
      >Dine Studies Teacher/Coordinator
      >Special Education Teacher
      >Computer Teacher
      >Librarian
      >Substitute Teacher
      >Bus Driver (PT)
      >Gifted & Talented Teacher
      >
      >Job Description:
      >Please contact Greasewood Springs Community School for complete job
      >vacancy announcements.
      >
      >All positions require Elementary K-8 certification with proper
      >endorsements through Arizona Department of Education. All
      >applicants are subject to criminalbackground investigations upon
      >hire at own expense. The School is located northeastern Arizona on
      >the Navajo Reservation. School estimates about 300 students.
      >
      >School Information:
      >Greasewood Springs Community School
      >HC 58 Box 60
      >
      >Ganado, AZ 86505-9706
      >Contact:
      >Emmy Puente
      > Phone (928) 654-3331or (928) 654-3336 Extension 225
      >Fax (928) 654-3384
      >******************************************************
      >
      >18. Hunters Point Boarding School (BIA), Substitute Teacher
      >(Intermittent), Teacher (Elementary)
      >
      >Job Description: Please contact Fort Defiance Agency for a complete
      >job vacancy announcements.
      >
      >Other: Substitute Teacher (Intermittent) requires a BA
      >
      >School Information:
      > Hunters Point Boarding School
      >Route 12 PO Box Drawer 99
      > St Michaels, AZ 85611
      >Contact Information:
      >Fort Defiance Agency
      >PO Box 110
      >Fort Defiance, AZ 86504
      >Phone (928) 928-723-7302
      >******************************************************
      >
      >19. Jeehdeez'a Academy Inc. (Low Mountain) (BIA), various
      >positions
      >
      >Positions:
      >Elementary Teachers (K-5) (3 Positions)
      >Project Manager
      > Health Specialist
      >
      >Job Description:
      >Elementary Teachers (K-5)
      >Certification in the State of Arizona required; responsible for
      >classroom management and curriculum implementation.
      >Project Director
      >Early Childhood School Readiness and must speak Navajo fluently
      >Health Specialist
      >Early Childhood School Readiness and must speak Navajo fluently
      >Minimum Qualifications are a degree and a valid State of Arizona
      >Teaching Certificate required. Positions are open until filled.
      >$28,500 base salary for certified positions. Please contact
      >Jeehdeez'a Academy Inc. for a complete job vacancy announcements.
      >Preference is given to eligible and qualified applicants in
      >accordance with the Navajo Preference in Employment Act.
      >
      >School Information:
      > Jeehdeez'a Academy Inc.
      > PO Box 1073
      > Pinon, AZ 86510
      > Contact:
      > Reparata Ben
      > Phone (928) 725-3141
      > Fax (928) 725-3141
      >******************************************************
      >
      >20. Kin Dah Lichii' Olta' (Grant), various positions
      >
      >Positions:
      >Navajo Bilingual/Cultural Teacher
      >Gifted and Talented Teacher
      >Librarian
      >Teacher Assistant
      >
      >Job Description:
      >Teacher Assistant
      >Must have an AA degree in Education. Knowledgeable of assisting in
      >the classroom setting for 4th - 6-th grade class. Assist in
      >preparing next weeks lessons plans with Head Teacher; knowledge of
      >Navajo Language/Culture & other Native American Indian Culture
      >preferred. Ability to communicate well with staff, parents and
      >students. First Aid, CPR skills and Valid Arizona Drivers License,
      >required with NO major traffic violations within 1 year.
      >
      >The following documents needs to be completed with all application:
      > Updated Resume
      > Letter of Interest
      > Three (3) Letters of Recommendations
      > CIB/Certificate of Indian Blood
      > Official Transcripts in Unopened Sealed
      >Envelope
      > Fingerprinting Clearance Card
      > Navajo/Indian Preference (EOE)
      > Please contact Kin Dah Lichii' Olta' School
      >for complete job vacancy announcements.
      > School Information:
      > Kin Dah Lichii' Olta' School
      > PO Box 800
      > Ganado, AZ 86505
      > Contact:
      > Marlene Friday or email
      >angelicefrye@...
      > Phone (928) 755-3699
      > Fax (928) 755-3448
      >******************************************************
      >
      >21. Many Farms High School (BIA), various positions
      >
      >Positions:
      > Math Teacher
      >
      >Job Description:
      >Please contact Many Farms High School for a complete job vacancy
      >announcements.
      >
      >Salary is adjusted based on hire date. School year started August
      >12, 2002, with a beginning base salary at $30,497. We accept
      >resumes, OF-612, with a copy of teaching certificate, and legible
      >copies of transcripts. Application documents maybe sent by fax,
      >mail, or by email.
      >
      >School Information:
      > Many Farms High School
      > P.O. Box 307
      > Many Farms, AZ 86538
      > www.manyfarms.bia.edu
      >Many Farms is located 15 miles north of Canyon de Chelly National
      >Monument.
      >
      >Contact:
      > LaVerne Deschner-Dillon
      > Telephone: (928) 781-6226/6227
      > Fax: (928) 781-6355
      >******************************************************
      >
      >22. Red Rock Day School (BIA), various positions
      >
      >Positions:
      > Teacher (Elementary)
      > Education Technician
      > Education Specialist (21st Century Community
      >Learning Center)
      > Clerk (Typing) (21st Century Community
      >Learning Center) (Position closes February 19, 2003)
      > Security Guard (Position closes February 19,
      >2003)
      >
      >Please contact Red Rock Day School for complete job vacancy
      >announcements.
      >
      >School Information:
      >Red Rock Day School
      >P.O. Box 2007
      >Red Valley, AZ 86544
      >Contact:
      >Esther Mark
      >Telephone: (928) 653-4456
      >Fax: (928) 653-5711
      >
      > Rough Rock Community School (Grant)
      > Updated: 1/09/03
      > Positions:
      > Please visit www.roughrock.bia.edu/hrs
      > for updated vacancy announcements.
      > School Information:
      > Rough Rock Community School
      > RRTP Box PTT
      > Chinle, AZ 86503
      > Contact:
      > Carol Yazzie
      > Phone (928) 728-3504
      > Fax (928) 728-3520
      > humanresources@...
      >
      >Note: The job announcements were taken from the BIA Education Jobs
      >website at http://www.biaeducationjobs.com/azlst.htm
      >******************************************************
      >
      >23. Teachers, WALATOWA CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL
      >
      >Teachers wanted for exciting new academic prep charter high school
      >at Jemez Pueblo, New Mexico. Filling multi-disciplinary teaching
      >positions in Math, Science, Language Arts, Social Studies and
      >Technology. School is set to open it doors Fall 2003, teaching
      >staff will be hired by April.
      >
      >Please email resume with cover letter to: higher_ed@...
      >or call 505.834.9102 for more information. Specific questions can
      >be addressed to Kevin
      >Shendo @ shendo@....
      >
      >The mission of the Walatowa Charter High School is to serve the
      >students of the Jemez Pueblo community and surrounding areas by 1)
      >providinga rigorous college preparatory curriculum, with emphasis
      >on math, science, health and technology; 2) fostering leadership
      >development; 3) preserving language and culture; and, 4)
      >strengthening physical wellness.
      >
      >Thank you very much. Also i have a question for you and if you
      >could call me at my office 1.888.834.3936 (toll free) or email me
      >back a contact number for you it would be great.
      >
      >Respectfully,
      >kevin r. shendo
      >******************************************************
      >
      >24. Request for Proposal-Food Service Facility at the National
      >Museum of the American Indian, Washington, DC
      >
      >The Smithsonian Institution is seeking proposals for the management
      >and operation of the food service facility located at the newly
      >constructed National Museum of the American Indian, scheduled to
      >open in Washington, D.C. in September 2004. The restaurant will
      >provide high quality, competitively priced, authentic Native
      >American food and beverages to museum visitors. Over 8,000 visitors
      >per day (3 million per year) are expected to pass through the new
      >museum, which will serve as the Smithsonian's primary venue for
      >exhibition, performances, conferences, and other programs promoting
      >public knowledge of, and respect for, the vital indigenous cultures
      >of the Western Hemisphere.
      >
      >The Request for Proposal will be available beginning November 18,
      >2002 and may be obtained by contacting Joy Shepherd at (202) 275-
      >1231 or via e-mail at jshepherd@.... Copies will also be
      >available at Smithsonian Business Ventures, Victor Building Suite
      >7100, 750 9th St., N.W., Washington, DC.
      >
      >One question and answer session for prospective offerors will be
      >held on February 10, 2003. Written proposals for the National Museum
      >of American Indian Food Service Facility will be due on Monday,
      >March 24, 2003.
      >******************************************************
      >
      >26. Voyageurs National Park seasonal vacancies
      >
      >Voyageurs National Park has the following seasonal vacancies open.
      >Announcements can also be found on the Office of Personnel
      >Management's Web site: www.usajobs.opm.gov.
      >
      >#VOYA-03-04, Forestry Technician (Fire), GS-462-03, closing date:
      >02/28/03
      >#VOYA-03-05, Forestry Technician (Fire), GS-462-04, closing date:
      >02/28/03
      >#VOYA-03-06, Forestry Technician (Fire), GS-462-05, closing date:
      >02/28/03
      >#VOYA-03-07, Visitor Use Assistant, GS-303-03, closing date: 02/21/03
      >#VOYA-03-08, Park Ranger (Interpretation), GS-025-05, closing date:
      >02/21/03
      >
      > Please contact us if you have any questions. Thank you.
      > L. Lynn Lufbery
      > HR Specialist
      > Voyageurs National Park
      > 3131 Highway 53
      > Int'l Falls, MN 56649
      > Phone: 218-283-9107 ext 6124
      > Email: lynn_lufbery@...
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