Job Opportunity – Finance Manager

 

SALT RIVER FINANCIAL SERVICES INSTITUTION FINANCE MANAGER

 

CLASS SPECIFICATION
CLASS CODE: 450001

Definition:

  Salt River Financial Services Institution (SRFSI) is a non-profit enterprise of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community (SRPMIC).  Established in 2006, it provides loans to Community Members to build or rehabilitate a home on the reservation as well as business loans.  As key component of SRFSI’s services is financial education as the organization strives to increase the financial literacy of Community Members of all ages.

As a dedicated member of the management team, the Finance Manager will provide daily accounting and finance duties in an audit ready manner, provide highly professional written and verbal reports to the Board of Directors and Community Council, provide a high level of customer service to clients, vendors, Tribal officials and other partners and contribute ideas on a number of other matters affecting the organization such as program operations, office management and policy compliance. This job class is treated as FLSA Exempt.

Click here to download full job description: Finance Manager (SRFSI) – FINAL

Submit Applications to:  SRFSIFinanceManager@SRPMIC-nsn.gov

 

 

Job Opportunity – ICWA Parent’s Attorney

The Alaska Public Defender Agency is seeking a full-time attorney to work in Bethel Alaska representing parents in Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) dependency cases. The assigned attorney will advocate in state child-welfare proceedings and will primarily represent parents enrolled in Native Alaskan tribes. The attorney in this position spends a significant amount of time arguing in court as well as an active civil motions and discovery practice.  The ideal candidate will be passionate about advocacy for native parents and be comfortable working with Native Alaskan tribes and state child-welfare agencies.  Applicants must be able to gain admittance to the Alaska Bar Association through reciprocity or examination within 10 months of starting employment. ICWA experience and knowledge is preferred, but not required.  Position to start late Summer or Fall 2015.  Salary DOE. Please submit a cover letter, resume, three references, and a writing sample by email to Shana Valente, shana.valente@alaska.gov (907-334-4413).

Job Opportunity – Associate Attorney

Associate Attorney

Maynes, Bradford, Shipps & Sheftel, LLP, Colorado (Durango, CO)

Position Type:

Attorney

Practice Area(s):

Indian/Native American

Description:

Maynes, Bradford, Shipps and Sheftel, LLP, a thirteen-lawyer, Preeminent A-V and BEST Tier 1 rated law firm headquartered in Durango, Colorado, is seeking an associate attorney for a position in the firms Southern Ute Indian Tribe In-House Lawyer Training Program. For more than 40 years, the Maynes firm has served as general counsel for the Southern Ute Indian Tribe, a tribe that is recognized for its national role in Indian country.

The program is designed to train lawyers for eventual placement in the
Southern Ute Indian Tribes Legal Department, and a substantial portion
of the training will be conducted in coordination with the Tribes Legal Department. The program includes exposure to, and training in, all
aspects of Indian law, as well as supervised client contact. After the
mentoring-training period, estimated to be two to three years, a
successful trainee will be recommended to the Southern Ute Indian
Tribal Council as an in-house attorney with the Tribes Legal
Department.

The position requires an Indian law background and membership in the
Colorado Bar or ability to become licensed within eight months. Native
American preference will be given for this unique employment opportunity. Salary and benefits are competitive relative to the Four Corners region.

The deadline for applications is April 15, 2015; however, applications will
be considered and interviews conducted on a rolling basis. Interested
applicants should submit a letter of interest, resume, and writing sample
to the following address, fax number, or e-mail address: Maynes, Bradford, Shipps & Sheftel, LLP, Southern Ute Indian Tribe In-House Lawyer Training Program, P.O. Box 2717, Durango, CO 81302-2717,
Fax: (970)247-8827
trainingprogram@mbssllp.com

Desired Class Level:

RECENT GRADS, Alum 0-3 yrs exp, Alum 4-6 yrs exp, Alum 7+ yrs exp

Posting Date:

March 17, 2015

Expiration Date:

April 24, 2015

contact:

Suzanne SingleyPO Box 2717 Durango, Colorado 81302-2717

Resume Receipt:

Other (see below)

How To Apply:

trainingprogram@mbssllp.com or as noted in job posting

Additional Documents:

Cover Letter, Writing Sample

id:

25359

Job Opportunity – Prosecutor

THE NAVAJO NATION
Department of Personnel Management
JOB VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

Date Posted: 7/21/2014
Closing Date: OUF

Requisition No: DOJ0108951
Position No: 240951
Position Title: Prosecutor
Deparment Name/Worksite: DOJ/Office of the Prosecutor – Kayenta District
Regular Full Time
Work Days: Mon-Fri
Work Hours: 8am-5pm
Grade/Step: AB65A
$44,054.40 Per Annum
$21.18 Per Hour

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Represents the interests of the Navajo Nation in prosecuting individuals alleged to have violated provisions of the Navajo Nation Code; reviews citations, arrest sheets and other law enforcement documents and reports; interviews witnesses, gathers facts and data; determines if sufficient evidence exists to support the charges; conducts legal research; drafts complaints, motions and/or other legal proceedings; prepares a legal strategy; gathers and compiles evidence; identifies and subpoenas witnesses, records and other information required to present the case. Prepares and presents criminal and civil cases in the Navajo Nation and appellate courts; prepares legal memoranda, briefs, motions and other required documents for court presentation; performs extensive legal research.

CLICK HERE for Navajo Nation Prosecutor Job Vacancy

For more information, please see the following link: http://www.dpm.navajo-nsn.gov/jobs.html

ASU NALSA Moot Court

Congratulations to the three ASU NALSA moot court teams that competed in Tucson this weekend. Julianne Begay, Krystalyn Kinsel, Racheal White Hawk, Glennas’ba Augborne, Chelee John, and Kristen Schaaf Olson represented us well. Special congratulations to Chelee and Kristyne for advancing to the sweet 16.

This photo includes three ASU NALSA teams with Professor Ferguson-Bohnee.