LECTURER III LEGAL ANALYSIS AND
COMMUNICATION PROGRAM INSTRUCTOR
UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO SCHOOL OF LAW
The University of New Mexico School of Law seeks applications for a full-time
(9 mos.), non- tenure track faculty position to begin in August 2014. This
Lecturer III position will teach legal writing and analysis in the Law School’s
Legal Analysis and Communication Program. Minimum requirements are a J.D.
Degree and two years of law practice experience. Desirable qualifications
include demonstrated research and writing ability, experience teaching
communications and legal analysis in a law school or other professional
setting, demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with other faculty
members or other professional colleagues, demonstrated ability to diagnose
writing problems, demonstrated ability to work with students or colleagues from
diverse backgrounds, and demonstrated ability to represent the interest of a
client in writing. Salary: Commensurate with qualifications.
For best consideration, applicants should apply by October 18, 2013. The
position will remain open until filled. Applicants should attach their cover
letter, CV, and list of references to their online application via the UNMJobs
The position is listed as posting number 0822319.
The University of New Mexico is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
Employer and Educator.
Employment Opportunity with the
State of Minnesota
|Date Posted:||09/24/2013||Closing Date:||10/08/2013|
|Job Classification:||OMBUDSPERSON FOR CHILD PROTECT|
|Working Title:||Ombudspersons American Indian Families|
|Hiring Agency:||Ombudspersons for Families|
|Salary Range:||$ 19.72 – $ 28.92 hourly, $ 41,175 – $ 60,385 annually|
|Who May Apply:||Open to all qualified job seekers.|
|Work Shift:||Day Shift||Travel Required:||no|
|Days of Work:||Monday-Friday , 8:00 am-4:30 pm||Employment Condition:||Permanent, Full-time|
|Job Duties:||This vacancy is to fill the Ombudspersons for Child Protection for Indian Affairs.
The purpose of the this position is to investigate claims for violation of Federal, State Laws, Rules, Polices and Procedures for Child protection in the area of removal, placement and adoption. This includes policy work and to make recommendations for changes in laws, policies, practices and training.
|Minimum Qualifications:||– Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university.
– Experience working with the American Indian community.
– Experience working with statutory interpretation, Indian Child Welfare Act or other statutes.
– Hold a valid driver’s license and ability to travel around the state of Minnesota.
– Computer skills; word processing, power point, spreadsheets, email etc.
– Excellent oral and written communication skills.
|Preferred Qualifications:||– Master’s Degree or Juris Doctorate/Doctrine
– Experience working with accounts payable and budgets.
– Experience training professionals and community members.
– Experience presenting training and workshops, etc.
– Public speaking skills and experience in speaking to Judges, the Legislature, Tribes/Tribal Leaders and the Courts.
|Selection Process:||The selection process is a resume-based, skill-matching process. Resumes of all applicants to this posting will be evaluated against the Minimum Qualifications stated above. If your skills match the required skills for this position, the department may contact you.|
|How to Apply:||Most State selection processes utilize a resume-based screening process. You will be contacted by agency staff if your background best matches the selection criteria on this job posting. To apply for this position, click the APPLY box found at the bottom of this job announcement. For additional information about the State’s selection process, go to <http://www.careers.state.mn.us/job-tip>.|
|Contact for more info:||Jodie Segelstrom , firstname.lastname@example.org|
Affirmative Action/ Equal Opportunity Employer
This information can be made available in alternative formats to individuals with disabilities by calling (651) 259.3637 or (651) 282-2699 (TTY).
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President Obama Nominates Eight to Serve on the United States District Courts
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, President Barack Obama nominated Judge Cynthia Ann Bashant, Stanley Allen Bastian, Diane J. Humetewa, Justice Jon David Levy, Judge Steven Paul Logan, Judge Douglas L. Rayes, Manish S. Shah, and John Joseph Tuchi for District Court judgeships.
“These men and women have had distinguished legal careers and I am honored to ask them to continue their work as judges on the federal bench,” said President Obama. “They will serve the American people with integrity and an unwavering commitment to justice.”
The Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law is honored to have 3 SDOC alums in the 8 nominees!
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UNITED STATES V. SANDOVAL
ONE CENTURY LATER: FEDERAL AUTHORITY IN INDIAN COUNTRY, INDIAN IDENTITY AND STATUS, AND THE RIGHTS OF DEFENDANTS IN TRIBAL COURT ISLETA RESORT CASINO
PUEBLO OF ISLETA RESERVATION
October 18-20, 2013
INDIAN PUEBLO CULTURAL CENTER ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO
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Human Resources Specialists (Labor Relations), US Department of Labor; Bureau
of Statistics, Washington, DC (Closes on Sept. 9, 2013)
2. Special Assistant United
States Attorney, US Attorney’s Office, Northern District of California – San
Jose Branch, CA (Closes on Sept. 6, 2013)
3. Special Assistant United
States Attorney, US Attorney’s Office, Southern District of Georgia, Savannah
& Augusta, GA (Closes on Sept. 9, 2013)
4. Special Assistant United
States Attorney, US Attorney’s Office, Criminal Division, Misdemeanor Unit,
Sacramento, CA (Closes on Sept. 6, 2013)
This and other Department of Justice attorney
vacancy announcements can be found at:
HUD POSITION ANNOUNCEMENTS (Washington,
DC, Denver, CO, and Chicago, IL):
1. The Lead Evaluation Specialist position,
GS-1101-14, is located in the Washington DC Office, Office of Public and
Indian Housing, Office of Native American Programs (ONAP). The links to
the USAjobs website with more information are:
2. Supervisory Grants Management Specialist
(Denver, CO) GS-1101-14:
This supervisory position is located in the Denver, CO Regional Office, Office
of Public and Indian Housing, Office of Native American Programs (ONAP).
Below are the links to the subject vacancy:
Internal roster. Closes 9/5/13.
External roster. Closes 9/5/13
3. Administrator, GS-1101-15 (Chicago, IL): This Office Administrator
position is located in Chicago, IL. The announcement(s) closes Sept.
10 for the public and Sept. 17 for Federal status candidates.
H13-DE-945489-2IS (Open to all sources of candidates): https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/350725100
H13-MP-945528-IS (Open to Federal status candidates): https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/350752600