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Here you will find opportunity listings for the following categories:
We will update this page if we receive additional opportunities for events, etc. that will occur before our issue publication date.
We receive these announcements from various sources including Harvard University Native American Program (HUNAP) and NativeShare

Title: 2010 Summer Employment--- Resident Advisor, CU Upward Bound Program
Deadline: March 1, 2010
Location: Tanaya J. Winder, Assistant Director
Contact: Marilyn Hoffman, Executive Search Consultant and Principal, Museum Search & Reference
Phone: 303-492-2884

The University of Colorado at Boulder Upward Bound program (CUUB) is seeking to fill 7 Resident Advisor (RA) positions for the Summer Academic Institute beginning June 6 and ending July 25, 2010. The Resident Advisor salary is $2500 for a seven week period plus room and board. They will be responsible for the supervision of approximately 8-12 students from high schools located on or near rurally isolated American Indian reservations. Duties include providing direct supervision of participants while in the residence halls and during program-sponsored activities, enforcing compliance of residence hall rules and policies, conducting daily dorm meetings, assisting in the tutoring process during study hall sessions, transporting students during recreational and learning activities, and providing for the general welfare of program participants. RA's are expected to be on duty from 3 P.M. to 8 A.M. Monday through Thursday. Weekend activities include: camping trip, Colorado Rockies game, Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Elitch Gardens amusement park, and Water World. All RA's must possess a valid driver's license and must have completed at least one year of college. Preference will be given to those applicants who have completed at least two years of college.

Title: Associate Curator of Decorative Arts, Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) in Providence
Deadline: Please visit the website
Contact: Marilyn Hoffman, Executive Search Consultant and Principal, Museum Search & Reference
Phone: 603-432-7929

Opportunity for a mid-career curator to initiate projects and install and curate one of America's great Decorative-Arts collections. The collection encompasses 20,000 European and American objects (including furniture, silver, metalwork, ceramics, glass, and wallpaper) from the Medieval period to the present. This position reports to the Director.

Job Responsibilities

Develop exhibitions and publications
Care for and install the collection
Teach from and make the collection accessible to RISD students and faculty, the broader academic community, and general public
Acquire objects through purchases and gifts, with priority in 20th-century Design
Support fundraising and public relations efforts


M.A. in Art History or related field
5+ years of curatorial experience in Decorative Arts, preferably at an art or college museum
A record of independent conceptualization, development, and organization of exhibitions and catalogues
Broad background in American and European Decorative Arts, including the 20th century
Demonstrated interest in history of Design and Architecture, including Modern
Experience with conservation and collection care; scholarly research and writing; public speaking. Connoisseurship skills
Strong collaborative and organizational skills to work with peers and faculty
Experience teaching from museum objects at college level

Title: Director of Museum Marketing, Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) in Providence
Deadline: Please visit the website
Contact: Marilyn Hoffman, Executive Search Consultant and Principal, Museum Search & Reference
Phone: 603-432-7929


Press and public relations
Marketing of exhibitions and programs
Internal communications
Maintain Museum image and message in publications and on Web
Oversee publications including newsletters, invitations, education brochures, and gallery guides
Supervise 2.5 employees
o Supervise Visitor Services


B.A. in English, Marketing, Communications, Public Relations, Journalism or related field
8+ years of experience in diversified public relations, communications, or marketing at nonprofit arts organization(s)
Proven track record of major-media story placements and results-oriented marketing
Ability to work across departments and meet deadlines without daily supervision
Ability to work collaboratively with College's Media professionals, and with city and regional institutions to partner on city-wide cultural- tourism initiatives
Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills; sophisticated visual sensibilities; and ability to manage multiple priorities
Experience developing media plans, negotiating contracts, and understanding fiscal budgets

Title: Assistant and Associate Tenure-track positions, Faculty of Arts, University of British Columbia
Deadline: Review of Applications will begin on January 31, 2010. Position will remain open until filled.
Contact: Professor Linc Kesler, Co-chair, Aboriginal Engagement Hiring Committee

The Faculty of Arts at the University of British Columbia invites applications for tenure track positions at the rank of Assistant, Associate or Full Professor to be held by scholars who will contribute to Aboriginal engagement in the Faculty and the University. Aboriginal engagement is a major strategic focus of the University of British Columbia and these positions will build upon the Faculty's long history and recent advances in Indigenous studies at both undergraduate and graduate levels.

Candidates must have a Ph.D. (or be near completion) in any of the disciplines represented in the Faculty of Arts, which include the humanities, social sciences, creative and performing arts, social work, journalism, library, archival, and information studies, or in Indigenous studies. Candidates must demonstrate clear potential for high quality research and teaching at the graduate and undergraduate levels and senior candidates must have demonstrated distinguished research and teaching. Documented ability to work with Aboriginal students and communities is also required.

Appointments are effective 1 July 2010 and are subject to final budgetary approval. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Title: Director of Chemistry, Therapeutics for Rare and Neglected Diseases Program, NHGRI
Deadline: January 31, 2010
Contacts: Dr. Carole Bewley, Search Chair ( and Dr. Melissa Ashlock (

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is seeking a senior scientist to serve as the Director of Chemistry for the Therapeutics for Rare and Neglected Diseases (TRND) Program, a new effort administered by the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) and the NIH Office of Rare Diseases Research (ORDR). The goal of this Program is to discover and develop small molecules that are suitable for testing in humans and promising for treating individuals with rare and neglected diseases.

As an integral part of the TRND executive team, the Director of Chemistry will provide input on the overall strategy for TRND and lead the research operations of all functions of the Chemistry Section. The successful candidate will be a recognized leader with a proven track record in human drug development, with at least 15 years of relevant synthetic and analytical chemistry experience in the pharmaceutical industry. The candidate must have a Ph.D. in synthetic or medicinal chemistry, an excellent publication record and patent portfolio, should show fluency in structural and computational chemistry, and be cognizant of relevant state-of-the-art techniques and the utilization of specialized technical equipment. The candidate will have demonstrated ability to supervise a large group of chemists effectively and a history of providing outstanding mentorship. The candidate is also expected to be well versed in biology, pharmacology, drug metabolism and pharmacokinetics, as well as have a demonstrated history of effective and successful collaborations.

The TRND Program includes ongoing support for the Director of Chemistry and the scientific team that the Director is expected to build. Interested applicants should send their curriculum vitae, a three-page statement of interest in (and vision for) the Chemistry Section of TRND, and three letters of recommendation through our online application system (see website above).

Title: Tenure-Track or Tenured Investigator, Intramural Research Program, NIAMS
Deadline: February 1, 2010

The Intramural Research Program of the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases (NIAMS) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is recruiting outstanding tenure-track and/or senior (tenured) scientists (M.D., PhD, or M.D./PhD) active in any of the following areas relevant to musculoskeletal biology or diseases:

  • Basic, Translational and Clinical Research in Orthopaedics, Bone, Cartilage, or Muscle
  • Nanotechnology related to Bone, Cartilage, Tendon/Ligaments, or Muscle
  • Biology of inducible pluripotent stem (iPS) and mesenchymal stem cells for the study of human disorders
  • Biological/Tissue Engineering
  • Regenerative Medicine

Emphasis will be placed on the applicants' demonstrated track record of high-quality research and the originality and promise of their future plans. Successful applicants will be expected to develop energetic, creative, independent research programs within an existing highly interactive scientific environment. The ideal candidate would benefit from pre-existing expertise within NIAMS. This position(s) is located on the NIH campus in Bethesda, Maryland, a suburb of Washington, D.C. NIAMS and the NIH offer tremendous depth and breadth of intellectual and technological resources, as well as opportunities for collaboration with investigators both within and outside of the NIH. NIAMS is also a major user of the NIH Clinical Research Center, a state-of-the-art research hospital on the campus of the NIH in Bethesda, Maryland. The research environment is highly conducive to advancing basic and translational research and highly collaborative, encouraging multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary team science.

Applicants should submit a cover letter that includes a short research interest statement (two page maximum), a curriculum vitae and complete bibliography, along with complete contact information of three referees. Applications should be submitted by February 1, 2010. Applications should be submitted to: Mrs. Wanda White - RE: Musculoskeletal Initiative; Building 31 Room 4C-12; 9000 Rockville Pike, Bethesda MD 20892.

Title: Tenure-Track Investigator, Molecular and Cellular Biology, NIDA
Deadline: February 16, 2010
Phone: 443-740-2465; Fax: 443-740-2865

The Intramural Research Program (IRP), National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA), a research component of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), is seeking an outstanding tenure-track scientist to develop a basic molecular and cellular biology research program to determine the brain mechanisms of drug addiction.

The successful candidate must possess a Ph.D., M.D., or D.O. degree and have a publication record in the molecular mechanisms of drug addiction. In view of the required integrative approach, the successful candidate will be expected to collaborate with other research groups within NIDA - a proven ability to establish and sustain collaborative work is highly desirable. Candidates must submit a CV, a statement of proposed research objectives and goals (3 pages or less), 4 letters of recommendation (from non-collaborators) to: Joshua Kysiak, Intramural Program Specialist, NIDA IRP, 251 Bayview Boulevard, Suite 200, Room 04A524, Baltimore, Maryland 21224.

Title: Tenure-Track Physician, Clinical Center/Radiology and Imaging Sciences, CC & NIAID
Deadline: February 28, 2010

This position is jointly located in The Warren G. Magnuson Clinical Center, Radiology and Imaging Sciences (RAD&IS) Department ( on NIH's Bethesda campus and the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) Integrated Research Facility (IRF) at Fort Detrick in Frederick, Maryland. The tenure-track position, within the RAD&IS Center for Infectious Disease Imaging (CIDI), focuses on translational research applying diagnostic and molecular imaging to high-consequence infectious diseases. Research at the IRF is directed toward understanding host-pathogen interactions, discovering and elucidating mechanisms of action for medical treatments and developing targeted interventions for infectious diseases.

We are seeking an experienced, research-oriented imaging physician for a tenure-track or tenure-eligible position. An MD or MD/PhD with U.S. radiology and/or nuclear medicine board certification is needed to coordinate and perform translational research in imaging of infectious disease and participate in clinical protocols. United States medical license or ECFMG -certification is required, as well as certification by the American Board of Radiology in Diagnostic Radiology and/or Nuclear Medicine.

Please submit your curriculum vitae, bibliography, and a letter describing your clinical, basic research, and management experience to: Dr. Joseph Frank, Chair Tenure Track Search Committee, c/o Ms. Sondra Roberts-Jackson, NIH 10 Center Drive, Bldg. 10 Room B1N256, MSC 1074, Bethesda, Maryland 20892-1074.

Title: Attorney, Indian Law Resource Center, Washington D.C. Office
Deadline: See website

The Indian Law Resource Center is now considering applications for an attorney position in the Washington, D.C. office. The attorney will provide legal assistance to Indian and Alaska Native nations, including Indian peoples in Mexico, Central and South America, in matters relating to indigenous rights, sovereignty and international human rights, environmental protection and the rights of Native women. The attorney will play a role in carrying out all of the legal programs of the Indian Law Resource Center.

In addition to legal work, the successful candidate will participate in policy analysis, fund raising, communications activities and other program work of the Center, and will assist in the general administrative tasks of the Center. The attorney will work under the supervision of the Executive Director and the Director of the Center's Washington D.C. office and with the assistance of other Center attorneys and professional staff.

Substantial knowledge and experience in areas of Indian and Alaska Native affairs, federal Indian law, and indigenous legal issues are required. Federal litigation experience and an understanding of international fora are strongly preferred. Strong research and writing skills and the ability to travel are required. The ability to read and speak Spanish is strongly preferred. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. Native Americans, women, and all others are encouraged to apply.

An applicant must be admitted to the bar in the United States or must be qualified for admission within a reasonable time. Salary for the position will depend on experience. Excellent benefits are provided.

Interested attorneys may apply by sending a cover letter, resume, law school transcript, writing sample (exclusively your work), and list of three references to Marilyn Richardson at or by mail to 602 N. Ewing St., Helena, MT 59601.

Title: Vice President for Resource Development, American Indian College Fund
Deadline: See website

Since its inception 20 years ago, the American Indian College Fund ("the Fund") has helped to transform the lives of American Indian students, their communities, and the landscape of American Indian higher education. Through scholarships and other support, advocacy, and building awareness about the unique, community-based accredited tribal colleges and universities, the American Indian College Fund offers American Indian students access to knowledge, skills, and cultural values which enhance their communities and the country as whole. A movement and shift in generational mindset is taking place across the country in which higher education is being embraced by the American Indian people in great numbers. Many of these students seek to attend the nation's tribal colleges and universities and are remaining in their communities - helping to elevate these communities out of poverty and inspire new hope for the future. Fund scholarship fellows are making an impact at the local, regional, and national levels. Their post-secondary experience enables them to address the modern day economic, societal, and environmental issues that impact their communities and us all, through the unique lens of traditional Indian philosophies and culture.

In order to fuel this movement and meet the rising demand for post-secondary educational opportunities through the tribal colleges, the Fund seeks a strategic and accomplished leader for the newly created position of Vice President for Resource Development. The American Indian College Fund has set a progressive course of action to strengthen, expand, and broaden philanthropic support. Reporting to the President, the new Vice President for Resource Development will bring strategic expertise to all areas of the organization's development activities including individual gifts (annual, major, planned giving), corporate, tribal and foundation funding, and board relations.
secondary level.

Title: Assistant Professor (tenure earning), The Center for Native American Studies at Northern Michigan University
Deadline: Deadline: February 12, 2010 (screening begins January 11, 2009)

The Center for Native American Studies at Northern Michigan University invites qualified applicants to apply for a tenure-earning Assistant Professor position in Native American Studies. Qualifications include an earned doctorate in Native American Studies or terminal degree in a related field at time of appointment. Successful candidates must be able to teach existing introductory and advanced courses in Native American Studies, in addition to courses in their area of specialization. Responsibilities include teaching three courses per semester, professional development and scholarship, and service.

Northern Michigan University is a laptop university, and the Center for Native American Studies offers some courses via distance education employing multiple technologies. Therefore, proficiency, or the willingness to become proficient, in utilizing instructional technologies is expected. Highly desirable qualifications include experience teaching in higher education, preferably in Native American Studies, a demonstrated commitment to social justice, flexibility in working with a diverse student population, experience working with American Indian students, the ability to develop additional Native American Studies courses, mentor students, and assisting with outreach efforts in these areas on campus and in the wider community.

The Center currently offers an interdisciplinary academic minor that draws from departments across the University with core courses offered by the Center. Successful candidates would have experience in curriculum development and be able to assist in the continued growth of the Native American Studies program leading to the eventual establishment of either an undergraduate major or a Graduate Certificate in Native American Studies.

Northern Michigan University is located in the city of Marquette in Michigan's beautiful Upper Peninsula, on the south shore of Lake Superior, centrally located among five Anishinaabe reservations offering a thriving Native community. A desirable candidate would be able to draw upon this region's unique Anishinaabe cultural heritage.

Title: Director, Bureau of Indian Education, Department: Department Of The Interior (Job Announcement Number: BIE-SES-2009-04)
Deadline: February 1, 2010
Location: Washington DC Metro Area

This is a re-advertisement. Requirements for this position have changed. If you previously applied under vacancy announcement BIE-SES-2009-01 you must reapply to receive consideration. Are you interested in joining – An agency whose responsibilities touch the lives of all Americans, and contributes to the Nation's environmental quality, economic vitality, and the well-being of communities, including those of Native Americans, Alaska Natives and affiliated Islanders?

The Department of the Interior has a multifaceted mission that combines natural resource protection, recreation, natural resource use, services to communities and individuals, and biological and earth sciences. We are seeking individuals who share a passion for our country's most valuable resources and a commitment to obtaining, training, and retaining a highly skilled and diverse workforce needed to accomplish our exciting and challenging mission. This position is located in the Bureau of Indian Education; you can find information specific to our Bureau at
Title: Vice President of Academics and Student Affairs, Leech Lake Tribal College
Deadline: Please visit website
Phone: 218-335-4290

Leech Lake Tribal College seeks an experienced and educated applicant for the Vice President of Academics and Student Affairs. The Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs is the chief academic officer of the College, reports directly to the President, and acts as the executive officer in the absence of the President. (S)he serves as advisor to the President on academic affairs, and directs and coordinates the activities of Deans and Chairpersons of the College; directs and supervises the Director of Library Services, the Director of Assessment, the Dean of Instruction, the Director of Community and Continuing Education, and Dean of Student Services.

The VP works with the LLTC community to develop and implement a unified academic vision that will lead all academic programs to higher levels of excellence, is responsible for the development, coordination, and implementation of curricula and instruction at LLTC. (S)he has responsibility for academic and student affairs budgets; assumes responsibility for maintaining accreditation of academic programs and implementing student learning outcomes assessment for all academic programs; and supports faculty enrichment and development in teaching, scholarship, and solicitation of grants.

Title: Dean of Instruction of the UNM Gallup Campus, University of New Mexico (posting #0804392)
Deadline: February 15, 2010

The University of New Mexico (UNM) is seeking an experienced leader for the position of Dean of Instruction of the UNM Gallup Campus. Located near the Navajo, Zuni and Hopi Reservations, the UNM-Gallup campus has the largest Native American student body of any public university campus in the world and is designated as a Department of Education Minority-Serving Institution.

The Dean of Instruction is the College's chief academic officer who reports directly to the Executive Director and has overall responsibility for leadership and administration of the instructional program.

The Dean's leadership responsibilities include encouraging and facilitating excellence in faculty teaching, scholarly work, student success, and service with the College and the community at-large. The Dean is responsible for strategic planning and goal setting for the instructional area, oversight of the instructional budget, continuing a comprehensive assessment of academic and Career Technical programs, promoting the recruitment and retention of a diverse and talented faculty and student body, furthering education innovations, including instructional technologies within the service area, working with the faculty and administration to foster faculty development, recommending faculty for tenure and rank advancement, and building and maintaining strong relations between the College, UNM-Albuquerque, the local community and alumni. The Dean has oversight of the processes for accreditation and evaluation visits and direct surveys and studies required to determine the training, Career Technical education, community education and economic needs to the community. This individual also oversees the operation of the Center for Career and Technical Education (CCTE, an area vocational high school program). There are two offsite campuses for the Gallup Campus; Zuni and Gallup north side. The Dean will also be a member of the Dean's Council in Albuquerque, confer with the departments there and facilitate faculty dialogue with UNM-Albuquerque. The Dean of Instruction must be able to communicate effectively both verbally and in written form, maintain strict confidentiality, and work under multiple and conflicting priorities.

Title: Assistant Professor (tenure-track), American Indian Studies, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Arizona State University
Deadline: March 31, 2010
Contact: Dr. Carol Lujan, Chair, Search Committee, Arizona State University
Phone: 480-965-3634

The American Indian Studies Program announces a full-time, tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level to begin in the fall of the 2010 academic year.

American Indian Studies at Arizona State University is a young, yet leading undergraduate degree program among Southwestern research universities. AIS offers a B.S. degree and an undergraduate minor, and houses Wicazo Sa Review: A Journal of Native American Studies, and the annual American Indian Studies Association conference. AIS emphasizes tribal sovereignty, cultural integrity, and identity of the American Indian nations and peoples, creating a learning environment conducive to critical and creative thought. The AIS faculty is embedded in indigenous communities, works cooperatively with other departments and programs across the campus, and engages in a national and international network of professional associations and consultancies. Centered among twenty-two Arizona Indian nations and a large Native urban population, ASU has an enrollment of more than 1300 American Indian students from Arizona and elsewhere.

Title: Director of the Plateau Center for American Indian Studies, Washington State University (#5271)
Deadline: February 15, 2010

The Office of the Provost at Washington State University invites applications for the position of Director of the Plateau Center for American Indian Studies. The Director position is a 12 month appointment in the Plateau Center at Washington State University with a Director stipend. This is an administrative position with responsibilities in curriculum development, teaching, research, and service. The successful candidate will have a tenure or tenure track appointment in the academic department appropriate to the candidate’s scholastic background. The Director position is a four year term eligible for renewal, but evaluated on an annual basis. The Director reports to the Provost. Appointment begins July 1, 2010.

The Plateau Center for American Indian Studies will increase research, teaching, and service as related to American Indian tribes and communities in general, with an emphasis on tribes in the Pacific Northwest, and specifically, within the Plateau region of the Pacific Northwest. The Center will engage faculty from across disciplines to infuse Native perspectives into the curriculum and to develop courses with a Native focus. Through curriculum and course development, Native and non-Native students will be prepared as U.S. and international citizens informed of the history and contemporary status of American Indian tribes as sovereign Nations within a Nation. The curriculum will facilitate service learning and internship opportunities, as well as emphasize undergraduate and graduate research in Native American topics. Native and non-Native students and faculty will be prepared to work, conduct research, interact with, and better understand tribal governments, Native communities, and historic and contemporary Native issues.

The successful candidate will possess an in-depth knowledge of Native peoples’ sovereignty, government, cultures, traditions, and protocols, and will provide leadership to achieve the above objectives through vision, partnership, and collaboration with tribes of the region, university administration, colleges, departments, faculty, and Native programs.

Title: Director of Native American Initiatives, SACNAS
Deadline: Please see website
Location: Tanaya J. Winder, Assistant Director
Contact: Beth Roszman, Director of Operations
Phone: 831-459-0170

The Director of Native American Initiatives is responsible for managing multiple programs, services and outreach related to Native American initiatives. The Director of Native American Initiatives works in a collaborative role with SACNAS Board of Directors, executive director and staff.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Promote increased Integration of Native American (NA) Representation within the Organization
  • Facilitate increased NA participation on committees/volunteer efforts and on the SACNAS Board of Directors Develop processes to keep staff, board and membership more informed about NA issues Develop the Circle of Elders project; incorporating more traditional structures into our work/organization Expand Current NA Programs Expand/grow SYNAPSE program, including peer-to-peer mentoring between Utah SYNAPSE participants and new programs in other regions Manage NA portion of the Annual conference program including the PowWow, NA keynote speaker, NA reception and Gathering Room.
  • Continued focus on highlighting NA contributors/voices in our publications; and potential additional external communications Increased Partnerships Develop recruitment plan and tools targeted to NA students by expanding partnerships with higher educational institutions such as tribal colleges and tribal community colleges with science programs.
  • Expand and cultivate relationships with relevant partner organizations and government agencies
  • Funding
  • Explore and cultivate new funding for NA programs and initiatives NA Leadership Promote recognition of SACNAS as a leading organization for NA in science Foster a renewed awareness of SACNAS’ commitment to NA communities

Title: Job Opportunities, Native American Public Relations (NAPT)
Deadline: Please see website

Public Relations Job Opportunities:

  • NAPT Multimedia Fellowships (2 Openings)
  • NAPT Project Assistant (student job) - Lincoln, NE
  • Digital Domain Fundraising Manager - Atlanta, GA
  • Correspondent/Host/Editor (ATC) - Hartford, CT
  • Corporate Support Manager - Birmingham, AL
  • Morning Edition/ Online Producer - Providence, RI
  • Graduate Associateship Opportunities - Athens, OH
  • Executive Director - Asheville, NC
  • Vice President of WQXR - New York, NY
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