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We receive these announcements from various sources including Harvard University Native American Program (HUNAP) and NativeShare
Title: Executive Director, Harvard University Native America Program
Deadline: Position Open until filled.

University-wide position with the Harvard University Native American Program (HUNAP) under the auspices of the Office of the President & Provost Interfaculty Initiatives; serving the entire faculty, Native American student and alumni population, and all students interested in Native American or indigenous issues throughout the University. Reports to the Faculty Chair of the program and the Office of the Provost and this non-faculty position works directly with Faculty Advisory Board. Facilitates a vibrant intellectual community committed to Native American and indigenous studies at Harvard University by managing daily operations, working with the Faculty Chair and Faculty Advisory Board develops and implements innovative interfaculty and interdisciplinary teaching and research projects in the field of Native American studies, supports faculty development and networks throughout university for faculty engagement, serves as a resource, advises, and provides support on academic and professional opportunities to Native students enrolled at Harvard University, creates opportunities for executive and professional development of programs for Native leaders, outreaches to Indian Country to develop opportunities consistent with program mission and teaching and research goals.

For More Information, please contact:
Cathlyn Zackrias
Human Resources Consultant
Offices of the President and Provost
Harvard University
Tel: 617-495-1821

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Community Health Department Supervisor
Full-time, with medical and dental benefits

  • Supervision of 6 person team involved in community outreach events- team consists of community health educator, community health worker, dietician, patient advocate, diabetes case manager, fitness center manager.
  • Must have management experience, ability to work with budgets, ability to facilitate meetings AND significant supervisory and program development experience.
  • Must have good attention to detail; excellent people skills; experience with the Indian community preferred.
  • Bachelor’s Degree required; preferably related to public health, administration and/or management
Resumes to:
Gladys Chosa
NACC Executive Assistant/ Counseling Services Office Manager
1113 East Franklin Ave. Suite 104
Minneapolis, MN 55404
Fax: 612-238-0399

Washington University:
Director of the Kathryn M. Buder Center for American Indian Studies

Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri invites applications and nominations for the position of Director of the Kathryn M. Buder Center for American Indian Studies in the George Warren Brown School of Social Work. The Buder Center is a leading center for comprehensive and interdisciplinary studies and practice to address issues of social concern to American Indians, their families and communities.

The Buder Center is poised for strong growth in its educational and research programs and for taking new leadership in the preparation of students and in the support of faculty who will make significant contributions to American Indian studies and to improving the lives of American Indians. This position offers a unique opportunity for an individual with vision to lead the premier center for American Indian social work and studies into a new era of success.

The ideal candidate will have a record of programmatic leadership and direct engagement with American Indian Country. The director will have demonstrated expertise in the areas of research, program development and administration.

Washington University has engaged the firm of Isaacson, Miller to assist in identifying and reviewing candidates for this position. Inquiries, nominations and applications may be directed in confidence to the search firm. Application materials should include: a letter describing the candidate's interest in and qualifications for the position and a current curriculum vitae. Electronic submissions are strongly preferred.

Please submit materials to:
Jamie Sands, Associate
Isaacson, Miller
334 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02116

Washington University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution and encourages applications from and nominations of women and minority candidates.

Tenure-track Appointment at the Assistant or Associate Professor level
University of Massachusetts Amherst

The College of Humanities and Fine Arts at the University of Massachusetts Amherst solicits applications for a tenure-track appointment at the assistant or associate professor level starting Fall 2009 with an emphasis in Native American Indian Studies. Application for this position is open to all candidates qualified to be appointed in any department within CHFA ( including: Afro-American Studies, Art, English, History, Linguistics, Music and Dance, Philosophy, Theater, Women’s Studies, and Languages, Literatures, and Cultures. Must have Ph.D. or MFA for appointment. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.

The successful applicant will be committed to promoting methodologies and pedagogies of indigenous knowledge affecting teaching, course and program development. UMass Amherst Native programs and organizations include the Certificate Program in Native American Indian Studies (established in 1997 offering both a Northeastern and a hemispheric focus); Native American Student Services; the Josephine White Eagle Cultural Center; Native American Students Association; Kanonhsehsne (a living space for Native and Ally students) and Native American Graduate Students. The College is committed to developing and sustaining a more diverse faculty, student body, and curriculum.

UMass Amherst is located in the central Connecticut River Valley 90 miles from both Albany, N.Y. and Boston, and 180 miles from New York City. Native programs’ faculty, staff and students interact with Historic Deerfield and the Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association, the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation Museum & Research Center, the North American Indian Center of Boston, and other institutions. Massachusetts is home to two federally recognized Wampanoag tribes, state-recognized Wampanoag and Nipmuc tribal nations. Native students from the greater Northeast and elsewhere have graduated from UMass Amherst.

Active participation in the Five College Native American Indian Studies committee and program serving the consortium (with Amherst, Hampshire, Mount Holyoke, and Smith Colleges) is encouraged.

Send a letter of application describing interests and qualifications, a CV, and three letters of reference to Steven Tracy, Chair, CHFA Native American Search Committee, Dean’s Office, South College, Univ. of Mass., Amherst, MA 01003. Deadline for first consideration: November 10, 2008. Applications will be reviewed until position is filled.

UMass Amherst is a member of the Academic Career Network, a resource for dual career couples ( UMass Amherst is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and members of minority groups are encouraged to apply.


MIGIZI Communications is seeking a full-time Project Coordinator to oversee its ANA grant that will coordinate the training of Indian youth in media production and entrepreneurism with Native American Community Development Institute’s (NACDI) development of an American Indian cultural and economic corridor Master Plan.

QUALIFICATIONS: A self-starter with a minimum of five years prior experience in project management and coordination; excellent written and verbal communication skills including expertise in film and video production, computer, and various software applications; outgoing with a strong affinity for working closely with many different people and groups; ability to maintain a high level of effort and work ouput in a leadership role and with minimal supervision. Must have valid driver’s license, good driving record, and dependable transportation. Film and video production experience a plus.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Oversee accomplishment of the ANA grant goals and objectives; coordinate community development and training functions; provide team leadership and supervision to project staff; promote the project within the community and at related gatherings; plan and convene partnership activities and Project Advisory Committee meetings; produce written reports on grant progress; and assist in conduct of internal evaluation activities.


HOW TO APPLY: Send resume and cover letter to Graham Hartley, Director of Programs, MIGIZI Communications, 3123 E. Lake Street, Minneapolis, MN 55406. Phone: 612-721-6631, ex 208. Fax 612-721-3936. E-mail:
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MIGIZI Communications is seeking a full-time Technology/Multi-Media Instructor to supervise and train Indian youth in 21st Century multi-media design and production skills and coordinate Community Media Team activities. This position will work as a member of a team to accomplish the goals and objectives of MIGIZI’s ANA grant that will coordinate the development of an American Indian cultural and economic corridor with youth media training to support corridor development.

QUALIFICATIONS: A minimum of three years of background and experience teaching, and/or coaching and mentoring American Indian youth; demonstrated knowledge and expertise in multi-media design and production skills and newest technology advancements; ability to effectively manage and coordinate timelines and schedules; creative ability, logic ability, and software ability; good writing ability; and ability to produce and market multi-media presentations in a variety of formats; ability to work well with project partners. Valid driver’s license, good driving record, and reliable transportation required.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Coordinate and deliver training in multi-media design to Indian youth; assist guest instructors and trainers in developing effective approaches for working with Indian high school youth; supervise summer media institute training at MCTC; coordinate and supervise community media teams in completion of multi-media projects for broader Indian and non-Indian communities.


HOW TO APPLY: Send resume and cover letter to Graham Hartley, Director of Programs, MIGIZI Communications, 3123 E. Lake Street, Minneapolis, MN 55406. Phone: 612-721-6631, ex 208. Fax 612-721-3936. E-mail:
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Assistant or Associate Professor, University of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada.

Deadline: November 1, 2008. Open until filled.
Telephone: 403-329-2635
Fax: 403-380-1855
Website (s):

The Department of Native American Studies at the University of Lethbridge invites applications for two probationary (tenure track) positions at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor, beginning January 1, 2009 (Position #1) and July 1, 2009 (Position #2), subject to budgetary approval.

For both positions, a Ph.D (or near completion) is required, combined with a strong teaching, research, and publication record in Native American Studies. For Position #1, a LL.B. (J.D.) combined with extensive related legal experience will also be considered.

Position #1: Preference will be given to candidates with a law background combined with experience in other disciplinary areas.

Position #2: Preference will be given to candidates with multidisciplinary backgrounds in political science, history, First Nations governance, economics, social issues, family, community development, psychology, Blackfoot language, art, environmental science, archeology, and/or traditional knowledge.

Associate Program Director for the Nutrition Education Program (Classification: 9341)

Deadline: November 14, 2008. Open until filled
Contact: Karen Shirer, Associate Dean
Extension Center for Family Development
University of Minnesota
Phone: 612-626-3971

The Extension Center for Family Development is seeking an Associate Program Director for the Nutrition Education Program, part of the Health and Nutrition (H&N) Program Area. H&N is a statewide program that provides community-based nutrition education programming in all Minnesota counties. The H&N program implements the Food Stamp Nutrition Education (FSNE) program and the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP). Both of these programs make up the Nutrition Education Program (NEP). The person in this Associate Program Director position manages the day-to-day operations of the FSNE and EFNEP programs, and develops new resources for expanding Health and Nutrition programs. The Associate Program Director position will be supervised by the Program Leader for H&N and will work closely with H&N administrative team, the Family Development Leadership Team, and Center faculty and staff.

Extension Educator, (EE) Crops Program Area Capacity

Deadline: November 14, 2008. Open until filled.
Contact: Doug Holen, Search Committee Chair
Phone: 218.998.5792
Website (s): and

The EE-Crops will bring in-depth expertise to critical crop issues by applying his or her expertise to EFANS programs and priorities. The EE primary focus is to employ multiple delivery systems to educate producers, agricultural professionals, and citizens via seminars, workshops or non-credit courses. He or she will conduct collaborative applied research with university faculty and other research professionals. The EE is responsible for program development and delivery, attention to diversity, use of scholarly/scientific research, effective partnerships, use of technology and continuing professional development.

QUALIFICATIONS: A minimum of a Master's degree in a relevant agronomy or plant science discipline or related field is required and demonstrated experience and background in developing sustainable renewable energy technologies is desirable.

Chief, Biostatistics and Bioinformatics Branch

Deadline: November 15, 2008. Open until filled.
Contact: Mr. Paul Errett, Administrative Officer, NICHD
6100 Executive Blvd, Room 7B05, Rockville, MD 20852

The Division of Epidemiology, Statistics and Prevention Research (DESPR) of the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development invites applications for the position of Chief of the Biostatistics & Bioinformatics Branch. As an intramural Division, DESPR scientists in its three branches design and conduct investigator-initiated research focusing on a spectrum of human health outcomes, including: reproduction and development, pregnancy and related complications, fetal growth, birth defects, family management of childhood disease, young drivers, and adolescent behavior research.

The Chief directs the Branch’s research program, provides leadership and managerial support, collaborates on the foregoing projects and conducts statistical methods and informatics research. The Chief will be responsible for developing a top-tier biostatistics and bioinformatics group, enabled by recruitment of additional staff. Available resources include: state of the art computing facilities, programming support for statistical methodology and collaborative projects from on-site computer and statistical contractors, and access to a diverse array of databases (including biospecimen banks) that have longitudinal and high-dimensional data for statistical methods development. Digital imaging and “omics” databases are forthcoming.

Research/Production Assistant, Makepeace Productions

Contact: Jennifer Weston
Phone: 617.441.5400 x15

Makepeace Productions seeks an undergraduate student with excellent research and writing skills to assist the Director and production team with historical and archival research relating to the Wampanoag and Massachusetts languages. Interns must have outstanding writing and communication skills. They should be adept library, archival and journal researchers with excellent attention to detail. Interns must be independent, self-motivated, and reliable. A background in Native American history, governance, cultural traditions, and an awareness of the complex issues surrounding stereotypes and media representation is highly desirable.

This position pays $11/hour and requires a commitment of 10 hours per week, minimum, with the possibility for up to 15 hours per week.

To Apply: Send a letter of interest detailing your research skills and availability, and a résumé to and cc:
Please send documents in MS Word or as a PDF document.

Assistant Professor of American Indian Studies & Chicano Studies (Req# 158071)

Deadline: Open Until Filled
Contact: Lisa Benjamin
Phone: 612-624-6309
Email: or

The American Indian Studies Dept. & the Chicano Studies Dept. at the University of Minnesota have an opening for a shared tenure-track position. The preferred area of specialty is "Indigenous Philosophies in the Americas." Ideally we are looking for someone who can teach across the curriculum in both departments.

Required Qualifications: Ph.D. in-hand by the start date of the appointment (August 31, 2009), in American Indian Studies, Chicano Studies, Ethnic Studies, American Studies, Women's Studies or related interdisciplinary degree program; or in more traditional areas such as Anthropology, History, Spanish, English, Rhetoric, Comparative Literature, Religious Studies, Philosophy, Sociology, Psychology or similar disciplinary degree programs.

Postdoctoral Research Position--Carolina Postdoctoral Program for Faculty Diversity

Deadline: January 8, 2009
Contact: Rhonda Craig-Schwarz
Phone: 962-1319

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Carolina Postdoctoral Program for Faculty Diversity is pleased to announce the availability of postdoctoral research appointments for a period of two years.

The purpose of the Program is to develop scholars from underrepresented groups for possible tenure track appointments at the University of North Carolina. Postdoctoral scholars will be engaged full-time in research and may elect to teach only one course per fiscal year. Applications for study in any discipline represented at the University are welcome.

Interested applicants who will have completed their doctoral degree no later than July 1, 2009 and no earlier than July 1, 2005 are eligible to apply. Preference will be given to U.S. citizens and permanent residents. This program is funded by the State of North Carolina.

Electronic submissions are preferred and should be emailed to:

Director of Northern Pueblos Institute, Northern New Mexico College

Deadline: open until filled.
Contact: Northern New Mexico College
921 Paseo de Onate, Espanola, NM 87532
Phone: 505-747-2100
Fax: 505-747-2180

Director develops community-based workshops and seminars in collaboration with the NPI Advisory Committee and works closely with the Governors of the Eight Northern Indian Pueblos Council, Inc (ENIPC), the NNMC Chair of Humanities, Languages & Letters, Social Sciences, & HYPER Department, and the Pueblo Indian Studies Advisory committee in carry out the other responsibilities of the Institute.

Minimum Qualifications: PhD required, preferably in American Indian or Native American Studies or related field with experience in developing and teaching Pueblo Indian studies and native American or American Indian studies; 3 years experience in organizational and community development; leadership and PR skills; written and oral communication skills and successful grant-writing skills; proposal writing and computer skills.

Desirable Qualification: Prior work experience with Pueblo communities; working knowledge of Indigenous Language Certification requirements; familiarity with AQIP requirements for college/university accreditation; experience managing and expanding undergrad curriculum from AA degree to BA degree.

Salary Range: $50,000K- $60,000K

NIAID Clinical Research Transition Program

Deadline: October 31, 2008
Contact: Dr. Karyl Barron, Deputy Director, DIR, NIAID
Phone: 301-402-2208

The NIAID Clinical Research Transition Program was initiated in 2006 to provide opportunities for physicians to gain clinical and translational research experience in association with an NIAID Division of Intramural Research (DIR) laboratory. The program aims to increase the pool of well-trained clinical investigators who are competitive for clinical tenure-track positions. One to three candidates per year will be selected for 2-3-year appointments. Applicants must have an M.D. or M.D./Ph.D. degree, be board eligible or board certified in a subspecialty (or equivalent), and qualify for credentialing by the NIH Clinical Center. Applicants should identify a DIR lab chief who will agree to host the applicant’s research.

Information about DIR labs and contact information for lab chiefs is available at

Application Process: To apply for the program, send your CV-Bib, an outline of your proposed research program (no more than two pages) and a letter of support from the accepting NIAID lab chief by October 31, 2008 via e-mail to Ms. Wanda Jackson at In addition, three letters of recommendation must be sent to Chair, NIAID Clinical Transition.

Tenure-Track Position, Laboratory of Experimental Gerontology, NIA (Req#: NIA-IRP-08-10)

Deadline: November 2, 2008
Contact: Peggy Grothe, Intramural Program Specialist
Office of the Scientific Director
National Institute on Aging, NIH Biomedical Research Center
251 Bayview Blvd., Suite 100
Baltimore, Maryland, 21224.
Phone: 410-558-8012
Email to
Website(s): and

The Laboratory of Experimental Gerontology (LEG) of the National Institute on Aging (NIA) is recruiting a scientist for a tenure-track position within its Intramural Research Program (IRP). This position is 100% research, includes an attractive set-up package and operating budget, and provides the unique and extensive resources of the NIH. Principal Investigators in the LEG include Drs. Peter Rapp, Chief, Rafael de Cabo, and Sige Zou. The successful individual will possess an M.D. or Ph.D. with training and experience in translational research in mechanisms of neural plasticity. The candidates should have an established record of scientific accomplishment in this area. A track record of publications and interest in research on aging is also desired.

Tenured or Tenure-Track Position Pediatric Oncology Branch, NCI CCR

Deadline: November 15, 2008
Contact: Dr. Paul Meltzer; Chair, Search Committee
Pediatric Oncology Branch; Center for Cancer Research, NCI;
c/o Carla Floyd, Executive Secretary
9000 Rockville Pike; Bldg 10 Room 12N210 MSC 1904
Bethesda, Maryland 20892-1904.
Websites:, or

The mission of the Pediatric Oncology Branch (POB), Center for Cancer Research, National Cancer Institute, is to improve survival and quality of life for children and young adults with cancer through basic, translational and clinical studies spanning molecular oncology, genomics, immunology, bone marrow transplantation, developmental therapeutics and supportive care. The POB invites applications for a tenure track or tenure eligible principal investigator position to conduct studies using molecular biologic and/or genomic technologies in pediatric cancer. Expertise and emphasis on bioinformatics, databases and multi-dimensional data are highly desirable along with strong communication skills.

Applicants must have an M.D. and/or Ph.D. in a relevant field with extensive post-doctoral experience, and a strong publication record demonstrating potential for creative independent research in the application of molecular biology and or genetics/genomics to pediatric oncology. The incumbent will direct an independent research program consisting of postdoctoral fellows and technicians funded by the NCI intramural research program. The incumbent will receive research support for developing a state-of-the-art laboratory that includes sufficient space, equipment and supply budget in order to sustain a research program in pediatric oncology.

Chief, Visuomotor Disorders Section, Laboratory of Sensorimotor Research, NEI

Deadline: Open-ended
Contact: Mica Gordon, Executive Assistant
Office of the Scientific Director
National Eye Institute, Building 31, Room 6A22,
31 Center Drive, Bethesda, MD 20892
Phone: 301-451-6763

The National Eye Institute (NEI) seeks an outstanding clinician scientist for a tenured or tenure-track position as Chief, Visuomotor Disorders Section in the Laboratory of Sensorimotor Research (LSR) in the Division of Intramural Research. This recruitment is directed towards clinicians with expertise in central disorders that affect vision and/or eye movements (including disorders of binocular function).

The Laboratory of Sensorimotor Research is devoted to understanding the organization of the brain related to the control of eye movements, visual perception and their disorders. The Visuomotor Disorders Section Chief is expected to create a vigorous research program dedicated to elucidating the role played by these brain mechanisms in human disease, and to explore treatments. The Chief will develop broad investigational plans, independently and in collaboration with other NEI investigators and research scientists in the United States and abroad. The Chief will examine and treat patients, as well as design, implement and conduct research and clinical protocols. An opportunity exists for the Section Chief to recruit staff and supervise training.

Scientific Director, NIDCD

Deadline: open-ended, Applications will be reviewed starting October 6, 2008
Contact: Dr. Eric Green
Phone: 301-402-2023

Application Submission:
National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD),
31 Center Drive, MSC 2320, Building 31, Room 3C02,
Bethesda, Maryland 20892

The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) is seeking exceptional candidates for the position of Director, Division of Intramural Research (DIR). The incumbent serves as the principal advisor to the NIDCD Director on biomedical and scientific affairs involving the intramural research programs conducted by basic and clinical research investigators in the field of deafness and other communication disorders. This position offers a unique and exciting opportunity for an extremely capable individual to evaluate research efforts and establish program priorities; direct training of pre- and post doctoral fellows; collaborate with other NIH programs; and advise the NIDCD Director and senior staff of the DIR and areas of science of interest to the Institute. The Division of Intramural Research has a staff of approximately 180 employees and a current annual budget of $35 million dollars. In addition to the managerial/administrative responsibilities outlined above, the Scientific Director is expected to carry out his/her own research program. Resources commensurate with the proposed program will be provided. The NIDCD seeks candidates who have a commitment to scientific excellence and the energy, enthusiasm, and innovative thinking necessary to lead and direct the DIR’s research efforts at the forefront of science.

Tenure Track Position in the Laboratory of Chemical Physics, National Institutes of Health

Deadline: December 1, 2008
Contact: Dr. William A. Eaton
Chief, Laboratory of Chemical Physics
Building 5, Room 116
National Institutes of Health
Bethesda, MD 20892-0520

A tenure track position is available for an experimental biophysical scientist to establish an independent research program in the Laboratory of Chemical Physics, NIDDK, NIH. All areas of biophysics and biophysical chemistry will be considered for this position. Current research in this Laboratory is primarily concerned with experimental, theoretical and computational problems in the structure, dynamics, and function of biological macromolecules, using techniques that include solution and solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, Raman and infrared imaging spectroscopies, time-resolved X-ray crystallography and optical spectroscopy, and single molecule spectroscopy. The theoretical and computational studies closely complement the experimental work. Development of fundamental aspects of experimental and theoretical techniques is an active area in the Laboratory.

The Laboratory is located on the main intramural campus of the NIH in Bethesda, Maryland, just outside Washington, D.C. The Principal Investigators in the Laboratory are: Artur Adib, Philip A. Anfinrud, Adriaan Bax, G. Marius Clore, William A. Eaton, Gerhard Hummer, James Hofrichter, Ira W. Levin, Attila Szabo, and Robert Tycko (Scientists Emeritus: Edwin D. Becker and Robert W. Zwanzig).

Senior Student Program Advisor, American Indian Student Services (AISS)

Location: Albuquerque, NM
Deadline: Open until filled.
Website: .

American Indian Student Services (AISS) is searching for a Senior Student Program Advisor to join the department's team of professionals dedicated to providing academic and cultural programming for American Indian students attending the University of Mew Mexico-Main Campus. The successful candidate will be responsible for coordinating and facilitating programs and services for students transferring to the UNM-Main Campus from UNM branch campus sites, community colleges, tribal colleges, and other colleges or universities; new admits; and current UNM-Main Campus students. Dedication to student academic, personal, cultural, and social success; advanced oral and written skills; and social, cultural and networking expertise are critical qualifications the successful candidate must possess.

The individual selected for this position will:

  • Analyze freshman and transfer student admission applications, transfer evaluations and transcripts.
  • Provide academic advising for prospective, new, and current undergraduate students.
  • Provide federal financial aid and institutional, departmental, private and tribal scholarship advisement.
  • Provide initial advisement and subsequent follow-up to student academic inquiries; evaluate academic level(s); assist in the resolution of student academic challenges; and provide advisement on academic program changes.
  • Coordinate academic intervention activities and programming throughout the academic year.
  • Organize and participate in areas of complex project, operations, and/or events.
  • Develop and coordinate student mentorship program.
  • Collect, analyze and maintain transfer student data for department database.
  • Coordinate and serve as an active participant in a variety of department/division-specific and university-wide student programming initiatives.

Applications for this position must be submitted using eJOBS (

Project Director Position, Brazelton Touchpoints Center

Deadline: Open until filled.

The Brazelton Touchpoints Center is located outside of the Longwood Medical Area in Brookline, Massachusetts and is an affiliate of Children’s Hospital Boston. BTC’s programs and services are designed to shift the paradigm of care so that our service delivery systems are appropriately focused on discovering and meeting the needs of families.

The Project Director for Tribal Touchpoints is responsible for implementing the goals and providing management of the Brazelton Touchpoints Center’s Tribal Touchpoints Initiative. Primary responsibilities include: project management, acquisition of funds, planning and management of day to day activities related to Tribal Touchpoints, consultation and technical assistance. The ideal candidate will also have a working knowledge of Native American culture and traditions, tribal leadership and governance structures.

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