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POSITION: AFN Vice President REPORTS TO: President
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Recommends budgets, programs, policies and procedures to the President for action by the Board of Directors.
Represents the corporation on boards and commissions deemed appropriate by the President and/or Board of Directors.
Writes and presents testimony on behalf of the AFN when necessary.
Reviews annually the direction of the AFN and works with President, Board of Directors and staff drafting work plans.
Works with staff in coordination of board meetings; ensures appropriate follow up to board and convention action.
Represents the President at meetings or functions when necessary.
Works with staff in coordination of annual convention; annual report; convention resolutions.
Works with staff in coordination of special meetings/retreats of the board.
Works on special projects as necessary.
Motivate and supervise support staff
Excellent people skills. Good writing and analytical skills are essential. Ability to form teams and accomplish high-level work.
Organized and proficient in various computer programs and new technology.
Bachelor’s degree plus four years of progressively responsible experience in managerial administration. Preference includes work within the Alaska Native community.
Experience in program planning, budgeting, fiscal control, personnel management.
Working knowledge of ANCSA regional, non-profit corporations and Alaska tribal issues. Working knowledge of current issues on a state and national level affecting Alaska Natives; knowledge of state and federal political structures.
Ability to work with minimal supervision, and a high degree of maturity and discretion in working with staff and public.
Please send resumes and cover letters to email@example.com or by mail to: Alaska Federation of Natives 1577 C Street, Suite 300 Anchorage, AK 99501 907.274.3611 907.274.7989 - FAX
Company: Organized Village of Kake (OVK) Position: Contract Grant Writer Pay Scale: DOE Location: Kake, AK
Job Description: Organized
Village of Kake (OVK) is accepting proposals from experienced grant writers to
support OVK program projects & fundraising efforts. Qualified candidates
should have a proven track record of winning federal, state, foundation and
corporate grants. Contract work is anticipated to begin in May 2013.
OVK is the local federally
recognized tribe for the village of Kake, AK that provides the following but
not limited to:
development planning. ·Tribal
Economic Development. ·Social
Services & General Assistance ·Domestic
assistance/Adult Basic Education/Vocational Training ·Resource
Protection · Lingit
Scope of Work
The anticipated scope of work for
this project includes (but is not limited to) the following:
1.Creation of a grant template with modules that
can be used in writing future proposals. 2.Creation of a Letter of Inquiry template that
can be customized for multiple funders. 3.Interview Program Directors/Coordinators to
determine goals and objective, scope, feasibility, and funding needs for
programs. 4.Write, edit, proofread, & submit proposals
& reports to corporate, foundation, & government funders 5.Coaching the Executive Director & staff on
grant/foundation outreach and cultivation. 6.Secure a minimum of $350,000 first year.
·Five+ years of successful grant-writing
experience ·Experience working with staff and volunteers to
develop project proposals ·Knowledge of key Alaskan/Tribal funders ·Experience writing grants for at least three of
following project types: oFundraising for Capital projects oEconomic Development oSocial Programs (e.g. Youth programs, domestic
Ideal candidates may also possess
the following qualifications:
·Existing relationships with program officers
from AK, Federal Gov’t & other applicable foundations. ·Grant budgeting acumen and expertise with
expense allocations. ·Knowledge of and experience with Tribes, &
OVK. ·Located in or near Kake, AK, or the Southeast
This is a 6-12 month contract
position with annual review and contract renewal. There is a competitive hourly
rate for the position. Please send us your hourly requirements with your
Proposal should be submitted via
email to DSJackson@KakeFirstNation.org.
Please include “Contract Grant Writer” in the subject line. Proposals should be
in PDF format and include: professional qualifications, documented recent grant
successes and a cost estimate / range for this scope of work (by project or
hour). For consideration, please submit your proposal by May 16th, 2013.
Company: U.S. Forest Service Position: Varied Pay Scale: DOE Location: Varied
Engineering Tech - Tongass National Forest
Senior Firefighter - Northern Region Lolo National Forest
Forestry Aid (Temp) - Libby Ranger District
NEPA Planner - Carlson National Forest/Chugach National Forest
Wildlife Biologist (Multiple) - Carson National Forest
Environmental Coordinator - Payette National Forest
Human Resources Assistant - Tongass National Forest
District Support Services Supervisor - Okanogan Wenatchee National Forest
Company: U.S. Forest Service Position: Administrative Support Assistant Pay Scale: $36,032-49,562/year Location: Juneau, AK
DUTIES: The GS-05 is the trainee for the full performance level of GS-06. This position serves as an Administrative Assistant with the combined Admiralty Island National Monument and Juneau Ranger District business services staff. This position purchases supplies and services within their authority. Keeps District employees up-to-date on policies, rules and regulations such as pay and leave, compensation for injury, promotions, etc. Initiates personnel action requests through an automated system; coordinates and processes payroll, monitoring timely receipt of time and attendance forms; conducts leave audits and facilitates pay and leave resolution between employee and centralized human resource staff. Serves as back-up to the district receptionist by greeting office visitors, answering phones and the radio, and providing routine information to members of the public, referring inquiries to the appropriate person. Serves as a Collection Officer, selling America the Beautiful Interagency Passes and Auke Recreation, Skaters Cabin permits and maps. Provides support by assisting with personnel, time & attendance, property and travel. Serves as Housing Coordinator for 48-bed crew quarters.