To post an open Indian law or leadership job to Turtle Talk, send the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- In the email body, a typed brief description of the position which includes
- position title,
- location (city, state),
- main duties,
- closing date,
- and any other pertinent details such as links to application;
- An attached PDF job announcement.
Maglio Christopher & Toale, P.A.
Indian law and civil litigation attorney, Seattle, WA. The ideal candidate will have 3-10 years of Indian law and litigation experience. The position will be open until filled. Please see the attached description and send application materials to email@example.com.
Grand Canyon Trust
Director, Flagstaff, AZ. The Grand Canyon director envisions, prioritizes, and implements strategies for the Grand Canyon Trust’s work in the canyon region. This position interfaces heavily with Tribal partners and advocates for the rights of Tribes in the canyon region. The staff of the Grand Canyon program work with other staff at the Trust and other organizations to effectively advocate for management of public lands and resources. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis. Application review will begin on February 8, 2021 and will continue until the position has been filled. Apply here and for more information please see the job description.
Oglala Sioux Legal Department
Two (2) In-House Counsel Positions
- Senior Associate
The In-House Counsel(s) will work for the OST Council, the Executive Committee, and with two (2) Tribal Council Standing Committees each as listed below: Land Committee, Health and Human Services Committee, Education Committee, Economic and Business Development Committee, Law and Order Committee and Finance Committee. SUBMIT DOCUMENTS TO: Lisa Cummings, OST Legal Department, PO Box 1204, Pine Ridge, SD 57770 – EMAIL: LisaC@ostlegal.org or FAX: 605-867-2140. See the description for more information. Qualifications here.
Ramsey County Social Services Department
Indian Child Welfare Manager, St. Paul, MN. We are committed to following the Indian Child Welfare Act as well as the Minnesota Indian Family Preservation Act. This position will work with American Indian partners in the community by including them in policy, protocol and decision-making in the child welfare system. This role is responsible for continuing to develop relationships with both in-state and out-of-state tribes with the purpose of engaging the tribes in decision-making. Other key duties include developing relationships with American Indian non-profit organizations in order to partner with the community on active efforts and best practices with American Indian families. Closing date is January 29, 2021 at 4:30 p.m. CT. Please see the position description for the application and more information.
Staff Attorney, National Climate, Washington, DC. The position will focus primarily on litigation and advocacy to promote stronger national rules, programs and policies to combat climate change and its harmful effects on people and the planet. The staff attorney will work closely with our existing team of experienced litigators, scientists, policy advocates, and other dedicated staff in D.C. and other Earthjustice offices across the nation. Additionally, staff attorneys are expected to help foster the development of early career attorneys and other staff. Staff attorneys supervise other staff in connection with their work on particular projects and may be asked to serve as the formal supervisor for one or more early-career staff.
Staff Attorney, Bozeman, MT. In the Northern Rockies, we are engaged in litigation focused on protecting and preserving the iconic wildlife species and wild lands of this incomparable region. The Northern Rockies office has played a leading and long-standing role as the last line of defense for the ecosystems encompassing Yellowstone and Glacier national parks, as well as the grizzly bears, wolves, bison and other species that depend upon the integrity of these spectacular areas. We regularly litigate federal and state court cases and administrative proceedings in an effort to defeat the major threats to the region’s ecological integrity. For more information about our office’s work, visit http://earthjustice.org/about/offices/northern-rockies.
Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation
Staff Attorney, Office of the Reservation Attorney, Nespelem, WA. Provides complex legal services with minimum supervision and handles significant legal matters for the ORA as needed, including delegation of Managing Attorney’s duties as needed. This position will provide services assigned by the Managing Attorney based upon experience and expertise. Applications must be received by 11:59 p.m. on January 29, 2021 PT. Please see the position description for more information.
Executive Director, Klamath, CA. The Yurok Tribal Chairperson delegates their Chief Executive Officer responsibility for management and day-to-day operations to the Executive Director, who has the authority to carry out these responsibility s, in accordance with the direction and policies established by the Council. The Executive Director also provides direction and guidance to the Yurok Council as it carries out its governance functions. Application is open until filled. Please visit www.yuroktribe.org to see full description and complete application.
The Burns Paiute Tribe
RFP, Prosecutor, Burns OR. Requesting proposals from qualified individuals interested in serving as the Tribe’s Prosecutor on a part-time, contractual basis for two year term beginning no later than January 10, 2021. Request a proposal packet from Tribal Council Secretary, Tracy Kennedy at BPTTribalCouncil@burnspaiute.onmicrosoft.com. Proposals must be submitted at the above address no later than 5:00 pm, February 10, 2021.
See posts from January 15, 2021.