Such an inspiring talk. Look out for the You Tube video later this week.
Muckleshoot tribal member Rosalie Fish presenting on Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women 10/27 at TEDxYouth@Seattle
Located in the Greater Seattle Metropolitan Area. Competitive salary and excellent benefits package. Here. Please contact General Counsel Rob Otsea at Rob at muckleshoot.nsn.us if you have questions.
The Muckleshoot Indian Tribe, located in the Greater Seattle Metropolitan Area, is looking for a tribal prosecutor to prosecute criminal, civil, and dependency cases. Salary and benefits package is competitive. More information available here. For more information, contact Rob Otsea at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here. Muckleshoot Chair Virginia Cross and Puyallup Council Member Rideout spoke, as did Sen. Patty Murray.
The Muckleshoot Indian Tribe, located in the Greater Seattle Metropolitan Area, is looking for a senior attorney. At least eight years of federal Indian law experience is required. More information available here. For more information, contact Rob Otsea at email@example.com.
The Northwestern Tribes’ Canoe Journey wrapped up this past weekend in Campbell River. Here’s Matika Wilbur’s beautiful blog documenting the Journey. I was privileged to attend the Muckleshoot landing.
More information here. Please apply through the Tribe’s HR system.
This is a one-day-a-week position.
The Muckleshoot Tribal Court has an immediate opening for a contract attorney to staff the Court’s free, weekly legal aid clinic. The attorney will provide direct legal services to community members on a wide range of civil matters, including consumer law, family law, federal Indian law, domestic violence, housing, public benefits, employment, health, disability, and elder law. The attorney must be available to handle emergency telephone consultations as well. The attorney may also occasionally represent clients in tribal, state, and federal courts, as well as administrative agencies. The attorney will work closely with the Tribal Court Director and court staff to provide excellent legal services to the community. The application period closes on March 30, 2017.
Qualifications: J.D. from an accredited university and licensed to practice law in Washington State. The attorney will need to become a member of the Muckleshoot Tribal Bar before advising clients. The ideal candidate will hold licenses to practice law in other Tribal courts in Washington State, as the attorney will asked to provide legal advice with regard to those jurisdictions. The attorney should have experience handling the kinds of matters listed above.
Applicant Submissions: A cover letter indicating why the candidate wants the position, a writing sample, and resume. The materials should be submitted by email or regular mail to:
Bobbie Jo Norton
Muckleshoot Tribal Court Director
39015 172nd Ave SE
Auburn, WA 98092