Employment & Opportunities

With the exception of Indian preference, it is the policy of the Prairie Island Indian Community to grant equal employment opportunity to all qualified persons without regard to race, color, sex, or national origin. This policy is based upon the philosophy of the Equal Employment Act of 1996. Indian preference applies for all employment vacancies pursuant to Prairie Island Indian Community Equal Employment and Indian Preference Ordinance, approved by Tribal Council Resolution 94-8-16-135, and consistent with Public Law 93-638, Section 7(b).

Prairie Island Indian Community is a drug-free work environment.

Current Employment Opportunities

If interested, please send resume to:

Ramie Chackan, Human Resources

Prairie Island Indian Community

5636 Sturgeon Lake Road

Welch, MN 55089

or call 800 554-5473, ext. 4173 for more information.

E-mail: ramie.chackan@piic.org

Activities Coordinator

Summary:
The Activities coordinator will assist, plan and monitor all family health activities and programs, act as liaison between students, administrative staff, vendors and community members to facilitate the success of educational activities/programs. Organization and preparation are key elements to hosting successful events. Activity directors are leaders, it is their responsibility to ensure that trained staff are available to help with art projects; supervise sporting events; facilitate recreational activities; and address emergency situations. They must support Native American students and clients, and willing to learn appropriate cultural boundaries. They may also be required to work evenings or weekends in order to attend extracurricular health events.

Job Responsibilities and Duties:
The following duties and responsibilities are not meant to be all inclusive and may be adjusted to meet business needs.
· Support nutrition and Family Health Assistant in event planning
· Design events, games, competitions, and social gatherings that engage clients and guests in personal and community health and wellness. Educational opportunities include dates of no school, early release dates, Youth Summer Camp, Spring Break, and as assigned
· Creativity, social awareness, enthusiasm, and energy to plan and host community events
· Budget planning for all activities
· Coordinate use of facilities and equipment
· Prepare indoor and outdoor facilities
· Purchase and organize supplies
· Create sufficient seating and organize staff to supervise events
· Obtain proper authorization and submit any necessary Purchase Requisitions for each activity.
· Create daily, weekly, and monthly activity calendars
· Create and distribute flyers promoting each activity or event
· Recruit participants for events Supervise participants and chaperones
· Resolve member issues through effective communication, taking appropriate action where indicated, and reporting any problems to the Health Manager.
· Provide monthly report to Health Service Manager by first day of new month

Qualifications:
· Minimum one year of experience in family event planning required
· Must have High School diploma or equivalent
· Certification as an activities professional by a recognized accrediting organization is preferred
· Must be CPR/First Aid Certified or ability to obtain within first six months of employment
· Must display ability to work well within organizational structure and PIIC team
· Must be sensitive to Native American culture
· Excellent communication skills both verbal and written to supervise and motivate clients
· Good Computer and organizational skills.
· Possess ability to function in an independent role and exercise sound judgment.
· Manage multiple priorities in an efficient manner
· Must pass UA (drug screening) test
· Must pass background check
· Must have a valid driver’s license and proof of insurability

Closing date: Open until filled.

Dakota Station Store Attendants

Dakota Station has immediate openings for full and part-time store attendants. Hours available on days and evenings; every other weekend and various holidays. Qualified candidates must be able to work cash register, prep food, work in a fast paced environment and enjoy working in customer service. Previous cashier, food service and convenience store experience preferred, but will train. Starting wage is $16.00/hour. Must have a GED/High School diploma, pass background check and drug screen (UA), and be sensitive to Native American culture. If interested, applications may be picked up at Dakota Station, located at 6030 Sturgeon Lake Rd, Welch, MN or found online at www.prairieisland.org/employment. Inquiries may call the store at 651-267-4048 to have application mailed.
 
Closing Date: Open until filled.

Enrollment Clerk (Tribal Members Only)

Summary:
This position is responsible for the maintenance of all enrollment records for the Prairie Island Indian Community and provide administrative support, as needed, to various departments.

Job Responsibilities & Duties:
· Maintain all enrollment and membership records, including, but not limited to: Applications for enrollment, Documents supporting applications, Relinquishments, Disenrollments, Enrollment decisions (approvals, rejections, appeals), Name changes, Family relationships, Birth, marriage, divorce and death records, Change of address forms, Correspondence relating to enrollment and membership (for example, education, ICWA, IHS), Roll of members (minors and adults, deceased and living), Enrollment Committee meeting records
· Responsible for scanning, storing, retrieving, accessing, retaining and disposing of records in accordance with policies and practices of the Prairie Island Indian Community.
· Provide pre-application forms, reviews for completeness and refers to Enrollment Committee.
· Provide membership application forms in accordance with Committee policies and assists in completion of the forms.
· Maintain application files throughout the enrollment process.
· Prepare completed application packages for presentation to the Enrollment Committee.
· Prepare letters of approval or denial to applicants.
· Prepare resolutions for Tribal Council consideration.
· Prepare notices and correspondence as instructed by the Enrollment Committee.
· Prepare Tribal identification cards to enrolled members and periodically updates the system bank.
· Assist the Bureau of Indian Affairs in updating Prairie Island enrollment records in the possession of the BIA.
· Assist members in obtaining verification of enrollment or other information to establish eligibility for services or benefits available to Indians.
· Attend Enrollment Committee meetings.
· Prepare and submit a monthly written report on enrollment activities, verbally reports to the Committee at each meeting.
· Respond to inquiries concerning enrollment policies, procedures and eligibility criteria.
· Participate in continuing education in tribal records management and electronic records storage technology.
· Maintain records both manually and electronically in the manner directed by the Enrollment Committee, and as set forth in policies and procedures adopted by the Committee.
· Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:
· Experience in maintaining filing system
· Ability to electronically scan records
· Maintain confidentiality
· Good organizational skills
· Good communication skills, both written and verbal
· Considerable knowledge in Prairie Island Indian Community Constitution, ordinances and resolutions concerning enrollment
· Notary Public or eligible for such status
· Prairie Island enrolled tribal member
· Valid driver’s license and proof of insurability
· Must pass a UA (drug screening) test and background check

Required Training:
· Effectively Handling Harassment training
· Any position-related training as determined by department manager

Working Environment:
· Work is performed primarily in an office setting, but may include occasional outdoor activities

Closing Date: Open until filled

Healing Center Project Director

Summary:
Reports to: Mnisota Dakota, LLC Board of Directors
Supervises: Healing Center Program Director

The Mnisota Dakota, LLC, is a legal entity created to support and implement initiatives that support the vision of the four Dakota Communities located in Minnesota, specifically the Lower Sioux Indian Community (Cansayapi); the Prairie Island Indian Community (Tinta Wita); the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community (Sakpe); and the Upper Sioux Community (Pezihutazizi).

A major initiative of Mnisota Dakota, LLC, is the Healing Center project that will provide healing services for members and their families of the four (4) Communities who are suffering with addiction and mental health issues.

The Healing Center Project Director will be responsible for planning and executing all aspects of the development of the Healing Center facility for the Mnisota Dakota, LLC, including finalizing and implementing the project business plan, timeline, and facility construction and/or renovation to ensure that the opening of the Healing Center will occur in a timely manner and in accordance with the vision and philosophy of the LLC.

Job Responsibilities & Duties:

Leadership and Direction:
• Establish performance goals based on the project timeline and track/report progress against goals
• Provide guidance to the Board of Directors to enable them to make necessary decisions to ensure timely completion of project
• Lead and foster innovation and initiative in others, work cooperatively and effectively in a team environment, develop relationships based on honesty and integrity, and work well under pressure and prioritize work effectively
• Demonstrate a strong executive presence and provide articulate communication to deliver information and required actions with confidence and authority
• Juggle multiple projects and priorities based on the needs of the project, as well as the capacity to quickly adjust key priorities based on project needs and changing dynamics

Financial Oversight:
• Recognize, prepare, and implement project budgets that incorporate pre-facility and facility budgetary needs as well as additional planned revenues and expenditures
• Monitor budgets and make adjustments as additional information becomes available
• Prepare and present financial reports to LLC Board of Directors, staff, and other stakeholders

Fundraising and Public Relations:
• Create and implement successful fundraising and development plan for the healing facility
• Prepare and submit potential grant applications to ensure they are consistent with project vision and mission
• Prepare all agency publications, public statements, and press releases to ensure that there is ongoing and consistent communication will all stakeholders
• Act as project spokesperson to media on program and policy information.

Staff Supervision and Development:
• Recruit experienced and capable staff
• Develop and implement appropriate staff development and training that incorporates healing center vision and philosophy, as well as up-to-date practices and methodologies
• Work with general contractor throughout the construction process to complete healing center facility construction/renovation
• Develop ongoing staff training and development plan for implementation after healing facility begins operation

Programmatic Leadership:
• Identify and incorporate trends and opportunities that support the overall vision and mission of the healing facility and the LLC;
• Work with Tribal leadership, Board of Directors, and other stakeholders to develop evaluation tools to measure training/development and program effectiveness; and
• Demonstrate excellent interpersonal, people management, and verbal and written communication skills.

Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree in business, public or health administration, planning, or related field;
• A minimum of five (5) years of demonstrated experience in a project management role; preferably in business leadership and management of Tribal environments specifically dealing with Tribal leadership;
• Demonstrated knowledge of Dakota Communities, Tribal governance, and Tribal structures;
• Demonstrated experience in designing and implementing effective and sustainable training and development initiatives in a variety of settings;
• Demonstrated broad-based functional experience in marketing, communications, and financial management;
• Demonstrated experience in understanding the chemical dependency and mental health landscapes, issues and current developments; and
• Demonstrated track record of building and leading high-performing teams, including hiring, training, and developing skilled and capable team members.
• Demonstrated familiarity with construction process and ability to work with general contractor to complete healing center facility construction/renovation
• Excellent interpersonal, people management, and verbal and written communication skills

If interested, please send resume to:
Rachael Zebro, Director of Human Resources
Prairie Island Indian Community
5636 Sturgeon Lake Road
Welch, MN 55089
Cell: 651-230-8450
Office: 800 554-5473, ext. 4138
E-mail: Rachael.zebro@piic.org

Closing Date: Open until filled

Internship Opportunities

Summary:
Prairie Island Indian Community (PIIC) is seeking interns for various departments for Summer 2022 beginning in May or June. Our internship opportunities provide students with on-the-job training and experience while making important contributions to the Community. Specific duties for each intern may vary and are intended to provide a well-rounded perspective to satisfy internship requirements. Applicants must be enrolled in a 2 or 4-year degree post-secondary program. If interested, please send your resume to ramie.chackan@piic.org.

Job Responsibilities & Duties:
The following duties and responsibilities are not meant to be all inclusive and may be adjusted to meet business needs.
Communications Intern:
– Event planning and management (parades, pow wow, PIIC 5k, community gatherings)
– Write and create content for Prairie Island Communication channels (Tinta Wita community newsletter, Smoke Signals employee newsletter, website)
– Photograph and take video of events
– Update media list and compile a bi-weekly media report
– Assist with digital asset management
– Assist with mailings
– Assist with administrative communications work

The ideal candidate for the Communications Intern position will be seeking a degree in Communications or a related field, be able to adapt to changing priorities and able to juggle multiple responsibilities. The intern must be available nights and/or weekends of community events

Legal Intern:
The Legal Intern will create a comprehensive timeline of nuclear events over the years at Prairie Island Indian Community
– Organize documents into categories and by year
– Put documents in files
– Create detailed index of documents
– Assist with other projects/tasks as needed within the department

The ideal candidate for the Legal Intern position will have an interest in tribal law, a high attention to detail and strong organization skills. Hours will be 8:30am – 4pm, Mon – Friday.

Qualifications:
• High School diploma or GED
• Enrolled in a 2 or 4 year post-secondary degree education program pursuing a degree in a field of study related to the area where the internship is being performed.
• Excellent organizational skills
• Ability to maintain confidentiality
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Strong computer skills Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and Outlook)
• The ability to work independently and effectively with minimal supervision
• Successful experience working in a team setting

Closing Date: Open until filled

Police Officer

Summary:
The Prairie Island Police Department is accepting applications for immediate openings for the position of police officer.

Qualifications:
Minimum qualifications include two-year degree in law enforcement, MN POST Board license or MN POST eligible PRIOR to closing date. Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively, both written and verbally, are required. Indian preference applies in accordance with Sec. 7 (b) P.L. 93-638. Applicants must submit a resume, cover letter, job application and MN POST License or eligibility letter. Applications may be obtained at www.prairieisland.org. If interested, please send completed application materials to Prairie Island Police Department, 1960 Island Blvd, Welch, MN 55089 Attn: James Wells or call 651-267-4000 for more information or E-mail: James.wells@piic.org

Closing Date: Open until filled.

Project & Initiative Administrator

Summary:
This position will lead project and program development initiatives for the Prairie Island Indian Community by providing planning, oversight and coordination on behalf of the Tribal Council. This position will add to the leadership team of the Tribal Operations/Tribal Administration Department and increase the Department’s capacity to lead the Tribal government.

Job Responsibilities & Duties:
The following duties and responsibilities are not meant to be all inclusive and may be adjusted to meet business needs.
· Oversees and manages the development of major projects and programs.
· Primary responsibility for oversight and implementation of PIIC Strategic Plan.
· Leads project and program development using COVID-19 special funding such as ARPA and CARES Act appropriations.
· Works closely with Tribal Administrator to achieve the goals of the Community and Tribal Council, and align projects/initiatives with day-to-day operations.
· Develops solutions for organizational improvement and increased capacity for delivery of tribal services.
· Develops policy and procedures in coordination with relevant departments.
· Assists in monitoring operations to ensure compliance with applicable laws, regulations.
· Coordinates and oversees the work of engineers, architectural firms, independent contractors and consultants on tribal projects with responsibility for contract compliance.
· Prepares and analyzes quotes and bids for products and services, recommends selection of firms or individuals to provide products and services, executes or recommends execution of contracts to Council for approval.
· Assists in researching capital improvement needs.
· Acts as a liaison with other governmental agencies, advisory boards, committees.
· Will be cross-trained in other functions.
· Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:
Required:
· A two or four-year degree in Project Management, Business Administration, Finance or other relevant field.
· Minimum 5 yrs of progressive project management roles and responsibility.
· Experience in development of policies and procedures.
· Experience in government or private operations/administration.
· Thorough ability to communicate effectively and establish effective working relationships with staff, Tribal Council, other public officials and the public.
· Ability to work well within the existing team and government structure.
· Strong leadership skills and the ability to lead teams that include individuals from various departments and external consultants in order to achieve the Community’s goals.
· Detailed oriented and strong organization skills.
· Ability to prepare written plans, outlines, program descriptions, project outlines, and presentations, as well as deliver materials through oral presentations.
· Must pass a UA (drug screening) test and criminal background check.
· Must have valid driver’s license and proof of insurability.
· Must be sensitive to Native American Culture.

Preferred:
· Experience in a Tribal Government, municipality and/or government setting.
· Knowledge of the organizational structure of tribal government.
· Experience in land use planning.
· Project Management Certification.
· Knowledge of budgeting, accounting and governmental financing.
· Master’s degree in Business or related field.
· Knowledge of contracts and grants and PL 93-638.

Closing Date: Open until filled.

Project Engineer

Summary:
The Project Engineer will provide professional engineering services for the Prairie Island Indian Community. Work will be relevant to the design, construction, operation and maintenance of all existing public works and buildings as well as new construction. The Project Engineer will be responsible to prepare a budget, develop plans, design maps, specifications, cost estimates and bid specifications.

Job Responsibilities & Duties:
The following duties and responsibilities are not meant to be all inclusive and may be adjusted to meet business needs.
· Develop, plan, design maps, specifications, cost estimates and bid specifications for submission to the Tribal Council and Tribal Administrator.
· Plans, designs, controls and oversees the construction and maintenance of all Community projects, including roads, drainage, parking, water and wastewater and other projects as requested by Tribal Council.
· Directs and coordinates the activities of subordinates in all phases of tribal engineering, land surveying, construction inspection, computing costs and other related work.
· Define and help plan the long range capital improvements of the Community and prepare written reports for the Tribal Council and Tribal Administrator.
· Establish policies and procedures and engineering techniques in complying with accepted engineering standards.
· Prepare bids for contractual work.
· Develop engineering work schedules and project report procedures and reviews the reports of subordinates and consultants.
· Represent the Community in dealing with Federal regulatory agencies.
· Provide technical assistance to the Community’s water and wastewater facility to ensure compliance of applicable regulations.
· Organize and maintain the Community’s engineering documents such as geo-technical soil boring data, survey information, construction specifications, as-built drawings, project documentation and technical reports.
· Development of construction standards for the Community.
· Provides advice and information on engineering matters to Tribal Council.
· Other duties as assigned by Tribal Administrator or by Tribal Council.

Qualifications:
· Registered professional civil engineer in Minnesota.
· Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering or engineering related field.
· Understanding of municipal or tribal government operations and experience working on municipal or tribal projects.
· Demonstrated ability to perform supervisory duty and have experience in managing multiple projects concurrently.
· Good communication skills and computer skills.
· Understanding of grant management, writing and working on grant-funded projects.
· Native Americans encouraged to apply.
· Must pass UA (drug) screening.
· Must have valid driver’s license and proof of insurability.

Closing Date: Open until filled.

Public Works Technician

Summary:
The Public Works Technician is responsible for assisting in all facets of building and grounds maintenance for the Prairie Island Indian Community as directed by the Public Works Manager including care and maintenance of a buffalo herd and maintenance of tribal roads.

Job Responsibilities & Duties:
The following duties and responsibilities are not meant to be all inclusive and may be adjusted to meet business needs.
· Maintain the grounds around the Prairie Island Community Center, Administration Building and PSB Building including cutting grass, pulling weeds, picking up waste and trash, emptying trash barrels, etc
· Provide janitorial services in the Community Center, Administration Building, Elders Building and PSB Building including washing, stripping and waxing floors, washing and sanitizing all bathrooms, vacuuming and shampooing carpets and washing and painting walls as necessary. Also, clean offices, including dusting and emptying waste receptacles.
· Provide janitorial service in the Medical Center facility, including the proper disposal of all medical waste as required by environmental and health regulations
· Wash windows on a monthly basis, or more often as necessary
· Monitor boiler systems as requested by director
· Provide general assistance for department managers as requested and as time allows (moving furniture, etc.)
· Deliver and pick up mail on a daily basis between buildings
· Feeding, watering buffalo and other heavy farm work
· Maintaining roads and parks areas including mowing, snow plowing, sanding and minor repairs to roads
· Other duties as assigned by the Public Works Manager

Qualifications:
· High school diploma or equivalent
· Boiler’s License or ability to obtain within six months of employment when requested
· Sensitive to Native American Culture
· Good people and organizational skills
· Good mechanical skills
· Ability to work varied hours when necessary
· Valid Driver’s License and proof of insurability, CDL preferred
· Must pass a UA (drug screening) test

Physical Requirements:
· Ability to lift up to fifty pounds

Closing Date: Open until filled

Tinta Wita Tipi

Tinta Wita Tipi Senior Living was built by the Prairie Island Indian Community and is managed by Ebenezer Management Services. This unique partnership allows our staff and residents a diverse and culturally inclusive work and living environment. Our 20-unit community is seeking direct care professionals who are open minded, eager to learn, and have a passion for caring for the elderly. Our Resident Assistants (RA) provide hands-on health related services as directed by nursing including but not limited to dressing, grooming, bathing, toileting, medication administration, housekeeping, and meal services. CNA certification not required. 1-3 years caregiving experience preferred. Must have passion for working with the elderly and ability to use technology in the form of computers, handheld devices, cell phone and fax/copy machine.

PT RA Day Shift 48 hrs per pay period 2:30pm-10:30pm Includes every other weekend and holiday rotation

FT RA Evening Shift 64 hrs per pay period 2:30pm-10:30pm $1/hr shift differential Includes every other weekend and holiday rotation

PT RA NOC Shift 48 hrs per pay period 10:30pm-6:30am $2/hr shift differential Includes every other weekend and holiday rotation

PT Support Chef 20 hrs per pay period Every other weekend 7:30am-6:00pm
The Support Chef is responsible for ensuring that meals are prepared and presented in accordance with applicable regulations and customer expectations.

Applications MUST be submitted via our electronic system at: https://ebenezer-fairview.icims.com/jobs/search?ss=1&searchLocation=12781-12807-Welch

Tribal Historic Compliance Officer

Summary:
The Compliance Officer will develop and implement internal systems of control that are designed to achieve compliance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act, as amended, and assist in the development and execution of all Tribal Historic Preservation Office projects and programs with the goal of protecting the historic and cultural resources of the Prairie Island Indian Community.

Job Responsibilities & Duties:
• Assist with the implementation of the Prairie Island Indian Community – National Park Service THPO Memorandum of Understanding and update as necessary
• Provides recommendations to the THPO for comments on the National Historic Preservation Act (36 CFR 63) per Section 106 (36 CFR 800) and make recommendations to the THPO for all Nominations to the National Register of the National Historic Preservation Act per Section 101(d) (2)
• Assist with the management and maintenance of the Prairie Island Indian Community Cultural Resource Database
• Assist with providing historic preservation education and training
• Assist with all cell towner construction projects per the TCNS electronic review system
• Assist with the implementation of all grants related to historic and cultural preservation
• Assist with the development and improvement of the Tribal Historic Preservation Office and its programs
• Assist with efforts to protect and preserve historic and cultural resources
• Assist with efforts to coordinate with federal, state, local and tribal agencies
• Review all Section 106 Notifications and make recommendations directly to the THPO for issuing determinations
• Assist in the development of potential interpretive center and/or exhibits
• Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:
Required
• Bachelor of Arts in Native American Studies, Anthropology, Archeology or related field or minimum two years of experience in related fields
• Ability to draft and correspond with state, federal and tribal agencies
• Must have knowledge of NHPA, National Historic Preservation Act, as amended
• Must understand Dakota cultural components and have an understanding of sacred site interpretation and protection measures
• Ability to analyze report documents and issue opinions certifying compliance with NHPA regulations
• Proven ability to write grants in addition to fulfilling reporting requirements
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Strong computer skills Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook)
• The ability to work independently and effectively with minimal supervision
• Successful experience working in a team setting
• Sensitive to Native American Culture
• Pass drug screen (UA) and a criminal background check
• Valid driver’s license and proof of insurability

Preferred
• Knowledge of NAGPRA- Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, NEPA- National Environmental Protection Act

Physical Demands:
• Must be able to walk, stand or sit for long periods throughout the day
• Must have the ability to lift and carry up to 50 pounds

Closing Date: Open until filled

Tribal Historic Preservation Officer

Summary:
The Tribal Historic Preservation Officer will vigorously support and defend the position of the Prairie Island Indian Community in preserving significant and historical sites within the reservation boundaries.

Job Responsibilities & Duties:
The following duties and responsibilities are not meant to be all inclusive and may be adjusted to meet business needs.
• Hire, schedule, train, coach, and evaluate staff and conduct performance reviews
• Direct daily work activities and inspect completed work for conformance to standards
• Develop an annual budget, and maintain controls on financials, including labor costs, to maximize efficiency and effectiveness of operations
• Collect, protect, file and retrieve archival information of significance to the Prairie Island Indian Community relating to Dakota culture, religion, history and tribal government
• Implement the Prairie Island Indian Community – National Park Service THPO Memorandum of Understanding and update as necessary
• Provides independent THPO comments on the National Historic Preservation Act (36 CFR 63) per Section 106 (36 CFR 800) and makes Nominations to the National Register of the National Historic Preservation Act per Section 101(d) (2)
• Manage and coordinate the Prairie Island Indian Community Cultural Resource Database.
• Provide historic preservation education and training
• Represent the Prairie Island Indian Community to the National Association of Tribal Historic Preservation Officers
• Represent the Prairie Island Indian Community by serving on the Indian Advisory Committee for the Minnesota Historical Society
• Provide monitoring for construction projects that have the potential to negatively impact sites of significance
• Operate and maintain responses for all cell towner construction projects per the TCNS electronic review system
• Manage and oversee all grants related to historic and cultural preservation
• Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:
Required
• Bachelor of Arts in Native American Studies, Anthropology, Archeology or related field or minimum two years of experience in related fields.
• Ability to draft and correspond with state, federal and tribal agencies.
• Must have knowledge of NHPA, National Historic Preservation Act, as amended
• Must understand Dakota cultural components and have an understanding of sacred site interpretation and protection measures
• Ability to analyze report documents and issue opinions certifying compliance with NHPA regulations
• Proven ability to write grants in addition to fulfilling reporting requirements
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Strong computer skills Microsoft Office (Word, Powerpoint, Excel and Outlook)
• Ability to manage departmental budget and control labor costs
• The ability to work independently and effectively with minimal supervision
• Successful experience working in a team setting
• Sensitive to Native American Culture
• Pass drug screen (UA) and a criminal background check
• Valid driver’s license and proof of insurability

Preferred
• Knowledge of NAGPRA- Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, NEPA- National Environmental Protection Act

Physical Demands:
• Must be able to walk, stand or sit for long periods throughout the day
• Must have the ability to lift and carry up to 50 pounds

Closing Date: Open until filled