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National Native American Human Resources Association
The National Native American Human Resources Association is a non-profit organization comprised of HR professionals working for, or providing professional services to Tribes. Association business is conducted by an elected Board of Directors, who serve two year terms on a volunteer capacity. Historically, the association started out as a grass-roots effort with four tribes meeting to network and share personnel issues and challenges. The meetings evolved into conferences and the membership grew into a formal northwest, and then national association. Over 15 years in existence and still growing strong.Website: http://www.nnahra.com/page.aspx?pageid=19
AMERIND Risk is seeking talented individuals to fill open positions! AMERIND is in the middle of some fun and exciting growth. AMERIND is looking for talented insurance professionals as well as qualified Native Americans to join their team. AMERIND has positions in Underwriting, Safety and Management. Attached, for your convenience, are job descriptions.
Amanda Ross, SPHR
Director of Human Resources
502 Cedar Drive
Santa Ana Pueblo, NM 87004
Tel: (505) 404-5000 | (800) 352-3496
Fax: (505) 404-5001 | (800) 388-7475
BHP Billiton is the world’s largest diversified natural resources company with more than 40,000 employees operating in 25 countries. New Mexico Coal has two mining operations, Navajo Mine, an open pit mine and San Juan Mine, our underground mine. We typically have openings for mining engineers, maintenance professionals, etc. Our opportunities are available via the link below. www.bhpbilliton.com/bb/peopleEmployment.jsp
The Bureau of Indian Education is a federal agency under the U.S. Department of Interior. Our headquarters office is located in Washington, DC, while major operation divisions are located in Albuquerque, NM. We are recognized as a state education agency. There are 184 elementary and secondary schools located on 64 reservations in 23 states. The BIE is recruiting for great educators, teachers and motivated school support staff. Our career opportunities are numerous and encompass various teaching disciplines and programs at the national, regional and local level. Every day we provide education services and opportunities for students. At the BIE your talents and expertise will open more doors for our students. www.bie.edu/jobs
Cayuse Technologies is a premier delivery center providing software development, customer contact center, document imaging, and business process outsourcing services. Cayuse Technologies’ business model provides customer satisfaction by leveraging a well-trained, knowledgeable and specialized technology workforce. Cayuse Technologies is a 100% tribal owned business and was established by the Confederated Tribe of the Umatilla Indian Reservation (CTUIR). http://www.cayusetechnologies.com/careers/
The Choctaw Nation Career Development Program provides a comprehensive array of career guidance services, workforce skills development, academic skills enhancement, and financial education that enables members of the Choctaw Nation to obtain recognized certifications needed to enter careers and/or advance existing careers that are self-sustaining and contribute to personal financial security, healthy lifestyles, and the enhancement of the regional, state and national economy. www.choctawcareers.com
Find a Career at DFAS
Are you ready to make the most of your education, skills and talents? Face important challenges and meet new people? Consider launching your career with Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS). You’ll become part of an agency that has created an environment where motivated people can succeed. Explore your career opportunities with DFAS by searching for DFAS Jobs at USAJOBS.
With name recognition around the world, The Fashion Institute of Technology is a premier college of art and design, business and technology of the State University of New York providing extraordinary career education to over 10,000 students on its Chelsea campus in Manhattan. The Office of Human Resources provides services in support of FIT’s diverse workforce. This site includes job listings and employment information for those looking to join us, as well as a range of resources for current employees. http://fitnyc.interviewexchange.com
The Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA), located in Santa Fe, NM, is the only 4-year tribal college in the nation with a focus on Native American art and culture. We are currently seeking qualified candidates for five of our open positions, which include:
- Academic Dean
- Admissions Specialist
- Retention Specialist
- 2 Learning Specialists (1 with basic Navajo language skills)
Each position has various application deadline dates. To learn more about each position, please see all detailed descriptions at http://www.iaia.edu/about/working-at-iaia/jobs/.
For 35 years, INSIGHT Into Diversity (formerly Affirmative Action Register) has been connecting diverse professionals with institutions and businesses that embrace a workforce that reflects our world. Created as a national recruitment publication, INSIGHT Into Diversity was originally intended to help employers comply with equal opportunity employment legislation. Today, through its free magazine and online recruitment site, INSIGHT Into Diversity continues to serve progressive employers looking to find dynamic talent in every field. These fields include higher education, healthcare, government and business. Employers advertising with INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine and www.insightintodiversity.com reach millions of prospective candidates while fulfilling equal opportunity requirements. INSIGHT Into Diversity connects diverse professionals with diverse careers. We believe diversity is not only an obligation, but an opportunity! For more information, please go to: http://careers.insightintodiversity.com/c/search_results.cfm?t730=&t731=&t735=&max=25&site_id=9533&search=Find+Jobs
Santa Fe, New Mexico Current available positions at IAIA: http://www.iaia.edu/about/working-at-iaia/
The National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA) is a 501(c)(6) trade association dedicated to protecting and preserving the general welfare of American Indian tribes striving for self-sufficiency through gaming enterprises in Indian Country. To fulfill its mission, NIGA works with the federal government and Congress to develop sound policies and practices and to provide technical assistance and advocacy on gaming-related issues. NIGA seeks to maintain and protect Indian sovereign governmental authority in Indian Country. http://www.indiangaming.org/info/employment/index.shtml
A talented and diverse workforce is NIAID’s greatest asset, and we are always seeking qualified candidates to help us make a difference in the lives of millions. Medical officers, scientists, nurses, administrators, and financial and management specialists—at NIAID, you can advance your career and work with talented investigators committed to improving global health in the 21st century. NIAID needs you, so apply today. www.niaid.nih.gov/about/working/Pages/default.aspx The Department of Health and Human Services and the National Institutes of Health are proud to be equal opportunity employers.
* Oakland * San Francisco * Alameda * Sacramento * Native American Health Center is committed to making a positive contribution to our community and to the lives of our employees as well. People from many backgrounds and cultures have joined into a talented team of professionals to promote outstanding quality services and friendly work environment which are essential for creativity and business growth. For us, hiring talented, dedicated and goal-oriented individuals makes the measurable difference. Join our winning team! For more information go to: http://www.nativehealth.org/career-opportunities
The Project Director – BALAC works directly with the Midwest Area Tribal Health Board (MATHB) to establish and operationalize MATHB as the Bemidji Area Leaders Acting for Change (BALAC) Program Advisory Committee (PAC), and to build leadership capacity throughout the Bemidji Area in order to more effectively address heart disease, stroke and diabetes through policy, systems and environmental changes. Coordinates all PAC activities and events. Working as a member of the BALAC program administrative team, the Project Director will integrate leadership components into all aspects of program assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation.
Closing Date: Open until filled
To Apply: Mail, fax or email a resume and a GLITC application to
Great Lakes Inter Tribal Council, Inc.,
P.O. Box 9, Lac du Flambeau, WI 54538, Attn: Krista Raske.
Fax: (715) 588-1774. Email: email@example.com.
See the employment page of our website at www.glitc.org for a GLITC application or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Position: Evaluation Manager
Salary: DOE, w/ competitive benefits package
Deadline: Open until filled. 1st review November 14, 2014. We encourage you to apply by November 14, 2014.
Where to Apply: You may download the job announcement and application materials at www.sihb.org/opportunities
Required forms and materials: A completed Seattle Indian Health Board application and affirmative action data record, resume and cover letter.
Incomplete or late application materials may not be processed.
SUNY Geneseo is an outstanding employer that progressively supports the building and enhancement of a community of exceptional faculty and staff. The faculty and staff are valued for their ability to contribute to the myriad of departments and divisions that support the College’s mission. Applying for an open position at SUNY Geneseo involves the easy, convenient use of the College’s Online Employment System. Now you can search and apply for positions from any location at any time 24/7. You can create a password protected file to maintain or update your application for current and future job postings. You can access the Geneseo employment site at http://jobs.geneseo.edu. For assistance with the online process, contact the Human Resources Office at (585) 245-5616. For further information about the College, please go to the home page link www.geneseo.edu.
Why join us? Today in the United States, only 49% of Native students growing up in low-income communities will graduate from high school, compared to 86% of non-Native students. Our country is systematically failing to educate children in this country who are growing up in Native communities – but you have the power to change this. Teach For America enlists a diverse corps of leaders who commit to teach for two years in urban and rural public schools and become lifelong advocates in the effort to expand educational opportunity in and out of the classroom. Our corps members, who receive a full salary and benefits, use their numerous skills and experiences from their varied work, leadership, and academic backgrounds to effect change in their classroom and help break the cycle of inequity that prevents students from fulfilling their potential. In 2010, Teach For America launched the Native Achievement Initiative to deepen our partnership with Native communities. Currently, over 400 corps members are teaching more than 15,000 children from Native backgrounds. You can read more about Teach For America’s Native Achievement Initiative on our website. Sign up here to learn more about our program, salary and benefits, training, where and what you can teach, and the application timeline. The next application deadline is Friday, August 16, 2013. No education coursework or certification required: candidates of all professional backgrounds, academic majors, and career interests are encouraged to apply. About Teach For America Teach For America works in partnership with communities to expand educational opportunity for children facing the challenges of poverty. Founded in 1990, Teach For America recruits and develops a diverse corps of outstanding individuals of all academic disciplines to commit two years to teach in high-need schools and become lifelong leaders in the movement to end educational inequity. This fall more than 10,000 corps members will be teaching in 46 urban and rural regions across the country, while nearly 28,000 alumni work across sectors to ensure that all children have access to an excellent education.
Community Support Representative 1:
Location: 7600 Wisconsin Avenue Bethesda, MD. Some travel required.
- Responsible for managing resource coordination in support of Community Relations programs and processes designed to enhance and promote Wells Fargo’s reputation in the communities we serve including relationships with community/civic groups, non-profit organizations and involvement in community sponsorships.
- Maintains strong business relationships with internal team members as well as external clients and customers.
- May prepare communication materials about Community Relations and philanthropy activities for internal and external distribution. Reviews grants and assists with data analysis to meet the organization goals.
- Provides counsel and guidance to internal team members about Community Relations programs and processes. Measures the effectiveness of current Community Relations programs using tools and metrics that support the activities of the larger Community Relations team.
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Community Support Representative 2:
Locations: New Jersey; New York; New York-White Plains-Wayne; NY-New York
- Responsible for managing resource coordination in support of complex enterprise-wide community relations program and processes designed to enhance and promote Wells Fargo reputation in the communities we serve including with community; civic groups, non-profit organization and involvement in community sponsorships.
- Develops and maintains strong business relationships with internal team members, as well as, external clients and customers.
- May create communication material about community relation and philanthropy activities for internal and external distribution.
- Reviews grants and analyzes data to meet the organization goals and recommends changes and improvements to management for program and process improvements.
- Provides subject matter counsel and guidance to internal team members about community relations program and processes.
- Measures the effectiveness of current community relations programs using tools and metric that support the activities of the larger Community Relations Team.
- May mentor other team members.
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- USAJOBS – USAJOBS is the official job site of the United States Federal Government http://www.usajobs.gov/
- Environmental Protection Agency http://www.epa.gov/ezhire http://www.epa.gov/careers/stuopp.html (student opportunities)
- Department of State http://www.careers.state.gov
- Forest Service
- Multicultural Workforce Strategic Initiatives http://www.fs.fed.us/fsjobs/forestservice/multi.html (student employment)
Diversity Matters at Michigan (University of Michigan). It is a core value of our distinguished university and a key factor in assuring the excellence, inclusiveness, and welcoming environment that make Michigan a great place to work and learn. We encourage you to visit our Careers website and seriously consider formally expressing an interest in the vast array of career opportunities that are available:http://umjobs.org
At Wells Fargo, we create an inclusive environment where people seek different viewpoints to improve their teams and results. Diversity is an integral part of Wells Fargo’s success—and always has been. https://www.wellsfargo.com/about/diversity