Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of American Indian Justice Conference
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San Manuel Band of Mission Indians Part time Courtroom Clerk
Seeking Corrections Officers
Tohono O'odham Nation Department of Corrections Care, custody, and control of adult incarcerated population.
Director of Family Services
Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe Please see The Mille Lacs Band is looking for a Qualified Social Worker as the Director of Family Service (Child Protection). https://millelacsband.com/jobs/director-of-family-services
Social Worker for Family Services
Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe Please see https://millelacsband.com/jobs/family-services-social-worker
Red Lake Nation Tribal Court The public defender shall represent, without charge cases as appointed by the Judges of the court with the consent of the defendant. Shall take all necessary steps to investigate the facts to make sure each case is fairly represented.
Clerk of Court Civil division
Red Lake Nation Tribal Court The court clerk is responsible for maintaining a record of all proceedings of the Red Lake Nation Court. The primary function of this position will be to handle the Civil Division of the court. The court clerk will render assistance with the overall function of the court when directed by the Court Administrator or the Chief Judge.
Tolowa Tolowa Dee-ni' Nation has openings in the Community and Family Wellness Department. Social Worker II, Project Specialist (Victim Services Advocate), and Self-Sufficiency Program Manager
American Indian and Alaska Native Victim Assistance Specialist (Alaska & US Northwest)
Unified Solutions Tribal Community Development Group, Inc. The Training and Technical Assistance Specialist is responsible for ensuring a centralized, active contact with American Indian and Alaska Native tribal grantees in a cost-effective manner with the utmost respect for the unique cultural considerations of the communities and will work closely with the Project Director and under the supervision of the Technical Assistance Director to provide trauma-informed, culturally-sensitive training and technical assistance to OVC tribal grantee programs. The Training and Technical Assistance Specialist will have a background in victim services delivery and ideally a leadership role in program development and experience working in American Indian and Alaska Native communities.
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