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University of California at San Fransisco
Associate Director, Office for the Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination. Represents UCSF on behalf of the OPHD Director and serves on various UC and UCSF committees. The Associate Director ensures that UCSF faculty and staff employment policies and procedures comply with all relevant federal, state, and University equal opportunity/affirmative action requirements.
Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa
Staff Attorney, Cloquet, M.N. Provides general legal services to the Band. The Staff Attorney’s responsibilities include contract drafting, litigation, working with administrative agencies, preparing tribal ordinances, and other duties assigned by the Tribal Attorney. To apply, please submit an application(PDF), resume, and any other supporting documentation to: Fond du Lac Human Resources, 1720 Big Lake Road, Cloquet, MN 55720.
Nisqually Indian Tribe
General Tribal Attorney, Olympia, W.A. Assists and advises the Nisqually Tribal Council, Legal Department Director, and tribal departments in the legal matters related to the management, affairs, and interests of the Tribe. Closes Saturday, October 15, 2017.
Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe
Human Resources Director, Flandreau S.D. responsible for strategically managing and leading the Human Resources and employees benefit functions of the Tribe, the Tribe’s Health Clinic, and all Tribal Businesses except the Royal River Casino and Hotel. The Director plans and implements Human Resource and employee benefit policies, and updates them periodically. Director ensures that all organizational personnel actions are carried out properly, strictly adhering to tribal and federal laws, and ethical standards. The position also ensures that employee benefits are actively managed and compliant. Applications due Friday, October 6, 2017.
Powers Pyles Sutter & Verville PC
Government Relations Manager, Native American/Tribal Government Practice Group, Washington D.C. Supports Native American advocacy and policy efforts by helping clients design and implement strategies to achieve their social, business and economic goals within a complex legal regulatory framework. A key component of the role is direct lobbying and advocacy. The Manager will advocate on behalf of client interests, monitor and research legislative and regulatory policy developments, draft analyses, prepare correspondences and other documents, as well as facilitate logistics for briefings, agency, and Capitol Hill visits. Qualified candidates will have 3-5 years of relevant regulatory and legislative experience to include at least 2 years of direct lobbying experience. The manager must possess strong analytical, research, and writing skills. A bachelor’s degree is preferred. For consideration, submit a cover letter, resume and writing sample (3-8 pages in length) to Recruiting@PowersLaw.com. In the subject of your correspondence, note “Tribal Relations Manager.” EOE. No search firm submissions, please.
Powers Pyles Sutter & Verville is a law and government relations firm located in Washington, DC, with a national practice focused in four main areas: health law, education law, tribal law, and the law of tax-exempt organizations. Our professionals have served in senior positions in Congress, the White House, the Department of Health and Human Services, presidential commissions and advisory boards, corporate positions, and the private practice of law. The firm remains philosophically committed to the initial vision of remaining mid-sized and independent.
Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch, LLP
Summer 2018 Native American Law Internship(2), San Diego, C.A. gain hands-on experience dealing with everyday legal issues facing Native American communities. Interns are involved in matters that deal with specific Indian law-related legal practice matters and other legal problems facing tribal governments and Native entities. Procopio Interns reach out to local Native American youth to provide guidance and inspiration regarding educational direction and opportunities. Applications are due Tuesday, October 31st by 5 p.m. PST.
United States Attorneys Office, District of New Mexico
AUSA (Indian Crimes), Albuquerque, N.M. The attorney selected will be working in the Indian Crimes Section in Albuquerque, New Mexico and will handle prosecutions of a wide variety of federal offenses. Applicants must demonstrate a quick analytical ability and the facility to accurately and precisely articulate the critical issues in a case. Applicants must demonstrate superior oral and writing skills as well as strong research and interpersonal skills, and good judgment. Applicants must possess excellent communication and courtroom skills and exhibit the ability to work in a supportive and professional manner with other attorneys, support staff and client agencies. Applicants must have a demonstrated capacity to function, with minimal guidance, in a highly demanding environment. Applicants will be expected to do their own legal research and writing and will be substantially self-sufficient in preparing day-to-day correspondence and pleadings. Applicants must also demonstrate excellent computer literacy skills to include experience with automated research on the Internet, electronic court filing, and electronic e-mail and word processing systems. Responsibilities will increase and assignments will become more complex as your training and experience progress. Application Deadline: October 4, 2017.
AUSA (Criminal), Las Cruces, N.M. The attorney selected will be working in the Las Cruces Branch office and will handle prosecutions of a wide variety of federal offenses. Application Deadline: October 4, 2017.
AUSA (Organized Crime/Drug Enforcement), Albuquerque, N.M. The attorney selected will be working in the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force Section. The attorney selected will handle prosecutions of a wide variety of federal offenses, with an emphasis on the prosecution of narcotics crimes. Prosecutions of narcotics offenses include enforcement of Title 21 and cases involving organizations responsible for the trafficking of heroin, marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine and other controlled substances. Application Deadline: October 4, 2017.
United States Attorneys Office, District of Colorado
AUSA (Appellate), Denver, C.O. Represent the United States in criminal and civil cases before the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit. He or she also will handle district court actions filed by federal prisoners under 28 U.S.C. § 2255. Additionally, the AUSA will be required to provide support to lawyers in the Criminal and Civil Divisions. Responsibilities will increase and assignments will become more complex as your training and experience progress. Closes October 3, 2017.
United States Attorneys Office, District of Arizona
AUSA(3), Tuscon, A.Z. Represent the interests of the United States of America in the United States District Court of Arizona and the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, in performing this important public service, to exercise responsibility that is unparalleled in ay other job that a litigator might undertake. AUSAs immediately undertake cases, many high profile, in any of several units within each division. Closes October 4, 2017.
Other jobs posted this week:
RFP for Guardian ad Litems, Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa (9/20/17).
Previous Friday Job Announcements: 9/15/17