A. Associate Judge and Chief Judge — Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation
Please see the attached announcements for Associate Judge and Chief Judge positions at the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation.
B. Project Director — Northwest Intertribal Court System
POSITION: PROJECT DIRECTOR
This position is funded under a grant from the Administration for Native Americans, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services through September 29, 2011.
LOCATION: Northwest Intertribal Court System
20818 — 44th Avenue W., Suite 120
Lynnwood, WA 98036-7709
SUPERVISED BY: Executive Director of the Northwest Intertribal Court System
STATUS: Full Time — Exempt
Graduate of an ABA accredited law school and member in good standing of the Washington State Bar Association (“WSBA”). Minimum five (5) years experience in Indian Law desired. Strong research, writing, and verbal communication skills including interest/experience in grant writing. Ability to work independently, travel to tribal reservations in Western Washington, and appreciate the unique legal and cultural systems of the various tribes. Prefer experience working with tribal governments, communities and/or justice systems. Native American preferred.
CLOSING DATE: November 30, 2010
See Ad for more information: http://www.nics.ws/employment/JOB%20ANNOUNCEMENT%20Project%20Director%202010.pdf
C. Tulalip Office of Civil Legal Aid
The Tulalip Foundation Office of Civil Legal Aid is seeking a legal assistant and an experienced attorney to represent Tribal members at the Tulalip Tribal Court by providing competent, culturally sensitive and holistic representation to assist Tribal members to ensure they have full access to due process and justice within the Tulalip judicial system. The Legal Assistant and Staff Attorney of the Tulalip Foundation Office of Civil Legal Aid will represent clients in legal cases that effect Tribal members’ safety, family integrity, health, and access to services and education.
Please contact Chori Folkman at (360) 716-4534 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions regarding these positions. Materials are due no later than December 3, 2010.
D. Office for Victims of Crime
Attached please find the hyperlink for the Deputy Director, OVC, announcement via USAJOBS, which opened 11/08/2010 and will close on 12/8/2010.