Opening Position at the Tohono O’odham Nation: Project Administrator

If you are an expert in school conversion, project planning, or have an expertise within Native education/BIE schools, please consider the opportunity in Arizona. The Tohono O’odham Nation’s Education Department in Sells, AZ is hiring a Project Administrator to oversee research, planning, and potential implementation for converting their four BIE schools on the Nation to tribally controlled schools.

Click here to see the official job announcement.

For more information, please contact: Frances Benavidez
Education Outreach Coordinator
Office: 520.383.8659  | Email:

Job Posting: NIEA Legislative Director

The NIEA Legislative Director position is responsible for building support for the advancement of Native education policy through various vehicles – from working with key stakeholder groups to coalition partners and policy makers in in the federal government. This position will directly supervise the State Policy Associate

For additional information, contact Ahniwake Rose at 202.544.7290.

To read more about the position, click here.

Wanted: Cultural Liaison in La Crosse

From Bowman Performance Consulting, here.  An excerpt:

The School District of La Crosse is accepting applications for a district wide Cultural Liaison!

More info below from the Wisconsin Education Career Access Network.

Wisconsin Education Career Access Network School District of La Crosse

POSITION TITLE:  Cultural Liaison START DATE:      October 19, 2015 (approximately)

Accountability Objectives:

Assist with coordination of all Cultural & Family Connection Program activities.   Our commitment is to support each and every student in our school district. The largest  composition of diverse students we serve is our Southeast Asian/African American  students/families; all students will benefit from the advocacy of these positions.  The position will serve as an advocate for Southeast Asian/African American students  (respectively), their families and the schools. Act as a link between families and the school throughout the community. . . .

**Deadline to apply is September 25, 2015, by 3:30 pm. (or until position is filled)

Employment Opportunity: Klamath Tribes Education and Employment Director

Description: The Education and Employment Director will provide leadership, direction, and management for the department and programs. This position performs a variety of complex management and administrative functions. The primary responsibilities are the management, budget control, and enhancement of tribal programs/responsibilities in the Education & Employment Department. This includes, but is not limited to, Higher Education, Adult Basic Education, Adult Vocational Training, Direct Employment, RED Vocational Rehabilitation Program, Early Childhood Development Program, and the Johnson O’Malley (JOM) Program.

Under the general guidance of the General Manager, employee performs the overall planning, execution, and evaluation of tribal programs and services within the department and completes work in compliance with applicable tribal and federal policies, procedures, and regulations.

For more details, click the posting, here.

For the application, click here.

Job Opportunity: Title VII Indian Education – Native American Intervention Coordinator, Denver Public Schools Closing

Title VII Indian Education – Native American Intervention Coordinator, Denver Public Schools Closing Date/Time: Fri. 07/10/15 5:00 PM Pacific Time

Salary: $44,372.00 – $84,367.00 Annually

Job Type: Full-Time

Responsible for coordination of Title VII Indian Education Grant funded programming. Enhances effectiveness of school academic supports with information, consultation and assistance with professional development. Maintains quality working relationship with Title VII Parent Advisory Committee.