Tribal Stewardship & Engagement Coordinator

Job Description
Type of Job: 
Main Areas of Responsibility: 

-Provides general support related to collaborative management, Tribal stewardship, land planning, and serves as the local engagement liaison to each of the five Tribal nations of the Coalition.
-Develop, inform, and implement community engagement programming and other Tribal priorities aligned with Indigenous stewardship practices
-Attends collaborative management meetings, helping to document and retain, as well as synthesize traditional Indigenous knowledge.

Additional Areas of Responsibility: 

-Coordinating complex project components: assisting in the maintenance and organization of Basecamp, developing and tracking task lists, working in coordination with the Land Planning team to ensure priorities and objectives are managed and met.
-Visiting Tribal communities and building relationships with Tribal elders, Tribal staff, Tribal youth, subject-matter experts, and Traditional Knowledge holders from each of the five Tribes.

Other Information/Requirements: 

-I9 verification;
-Current driver’s license;
-Reliable internet access, able to conduct 8 hours of remote work relatively uninterrupted, less than 2 hours of service interruption per day and;
-Reliable cell service, or close proximity to wifi hot spot, to receive cellular communications at least every 48 hours.

How to Apply: 

Send your resume, cover letter, and three references, one of which must be able to speak to your demonstrated history of relationship and community building with Tribes and Tribal communities (this can be a professional or personal reference), to [email protected] with the subject line “Tribal Stewardship Position – [YOUR NAME].”

Salary Range: 
Contact Information
Charissa Miijessepe-Wilson
Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition
2632 Mesilla St. NE
New Mexico
Zip/Postal Code: 
Business Phone: 
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Internal Info
Date to Post: 
Mar 7 2023
Date to Remove: 
Apr 9 2023

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