Careers at American Indian Graduate Center

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Director of Student Programming and Research

Position Summary

The Director of Student Programming and Research reports to the COO and is responsible for the leadership of Student Programming and Research team ensuring program delivery and achieving outcome goals in conjunction with the vision, mission and strategic direction of AIGC. Represents AIGC and builds relationships between AIGC and the educational, Native American and wider community.

Qualifications

A strong candidate will have experience developing and implementing projects and programs, analyzing data and reports, and managing contracts. And the ability to promote programs, and organize and plan events, such as receptions and banquets. Master’s Degree in related field required, plus five years of experience in education, student affairs, or research, including experience in supervisory capacity.

Special consideration will be given to candidates holding a terminal research degree, a Ph.D. or other research-focused terminal degree in a related field.

Salary Range

Starting at $80,000 – $90,000 annually.

Additional Info

Check out the full job description here: Director of Student Programming and Research

Please submit your letter of interest and resume to careers@aigcs.org

Development Officer

Position Summary

Under direct supervision of the Director of Strategic Partnerships, the Development Officer will participate in fundraising efforts to ensure that AIGC has the financial resources it needs to fulfill its mission. The Development Officer will spend a significant amount of time in direct interaction with individual donors, tribal leaders, corporate executives, foundation program officers, and other decision-makers as directed by the Director of Strategic Partnerships.

Qualifications

A strong candidate will have the ability to develop and implement strategies, and write business correspondences, reports, letters, and grant proposals. And the ability to identify, establish and maintain professional relationships with donors and prospects. Master’s Degree in related field preferred, Bachelor’s Degree required, plus five years experience in fundraising or other experience (e.g., sales or private banking) that demonstrates tenacity, creativity, follow-through, and strong relationship-building skills; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

This is a remote eligible position.

Salary Range

Starting at $55,000 – $60,000 annually.

Additional Info

Check out the full job description here: Development Officer

Please submit your letter of interest and resume to careers@aigcs.org

Data Analyst

Position Summary

Under direct supervision of the Director of Student Programming and Research, the primary responsibility of the Data Analyst is to oversee, manage, and coordinate the organization’s internal and external data and data requests and its various components, including but not limited to the management and implementation of the AIGC data management plan, the inputting of yearly scholarship and program data and various analysis of internal AIGC data. 

Qualifications

A strong candidate will have the ability to develop, implement, and manage a data management plan. And the ability to analyze data to create presentations, graphs, and reports, and serve on select board and advisory committees.  Master’s Degree preferred, Bachelor’s Degree in Management or Information Systems or related fields required.

Salary Range

Starting at $51,000 – $59,000 annually.

Additional Info

Please submit your letter of interest and resume to careers@aigcs.org

Development Associate

Position Summary

Under the supervision of the Director of Strategic Partnerships or designee, the Development Associate is will spend a significant amount of time in direct interaction with individual donors and will be responsible for the cultivation and stewardship of assign donor and prospects. The Development Associate will also collaborate with the Development team to draft solicitation proposals and write grant applications from corporations and foundations.

Qualifications

Associate’s degree or technical certificate required, plus one to three years’ experience in fundraising; or equivalent combination of education and experience. 

Salary Range

Starting at $35,500 – $39,500 annually.

Additional Info

Check out the full job description here: Development Associate

Please submit your letter of interest and resume to careers@aigcs.org