We Are Hiring!

 Currently we are hiring for two positions. Information about each is linked here and listed below.

Communications Coordinator

Anchorage Administrative Assistant

 

APPLICATION PROCESS

Please email the following documents to Native Movement Executive Director, Enei Begaye at enei@nativemovement.org. Please include the position you are applying for in the subject line of your email and in your cover letter. Receipt of your application will be acknowledged with an email. No phone calls, please.


  1. A cover letter explaining why you are the person for this job

  2. Your up-to-date resume

  3. 2-3 references with contact information. Letters of reference are not required, however are welcome.

DEADLINE

Apply now — the sooner the better!

The application deadline is September 16, however we may begin interviews before the deadline.

 

COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR
Job Announcement AUGUST 2019

THE JOB

Native Movement seeks a dynamic and highly motivated individual to advance our organization’s work. The function of the communications coordinator is to manage specific aspects of communications, public relations, and other activities as assigned. 

The communications coordinator will focus on external and internal communications, strategic communications, and work closely with the executive director of Native Movement. Experience in collaborative work models is a must. This position will be a part of a supportive, passionate, and dynamic team.

PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • In collaboration with Native Movement’s executive director, create an overall communications strategy, communications protocols, and mechanisms to support Native Movement’s work. 

  • Work closely with Native Movement’s executive director to develop content that aligns with and supports the work of Native Movement.

  • Lead communications and information sharing, including writing newsletters, blog posts, website updates and development, social media, reports, and other public-facing outreach specific to Native Movement.

  • Create, develop, and foster culturally appropriate interactions and connections with Native Movement staff, board members, Alaska advisory board, and the communities Native Movement works with.

  • Write approved press releases and media alerts for external audiences and sends out.

  • Work collaboratively with project staff to ensure project communications content is publication-ready and submitted by the deadline.

  • Coordinate and edit staff and community blog posts, and other written pieces for publishing.

  • Organize and lead opportunities for media campaign development.

  • Work collaboratively with team members.

  • Work with staff to determine their communications and public relations needs and works to develop and implement communication plans and strategies.

  • Communicate the values of Native Movement by creating and ensuring all materials are in line with internal standards. 

  • Additional responsibilities to be identified.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Can work collaboratively and independently.

  • Strong work ethic and ability to multitask.

  • Detail-oriented and well-organized with ability to meet deadlines.

  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to build trust and maintain relationships with partners within the communities Native Movement works with.

  • Demonstrates knowledge and relevant experience in communications and public relations.

  • History of engaging with and positively working with diverse communities.

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

  • Strong time-management skills with the ability to meet goals and deadlines while working independently.

  • Knowledge of and experience with social media and web-based outreach tools

  • Familiarity with Google suite of programs and applications.

JOB TITLE: Communications Coordinator

HOURS: This is a full-time position.

COMPENSATION: Pay rate dependent on experience and qualifications. We are a grassroots organizing non-profit and we work hard to offer equitable pay, serious inquires can email enei@nativemovement.org.

BENEFITS: Great work environment with encouraging, enthusiastic, and amazing team members. Being a part of meaningful work to dismantle colonialism and build healthy, whole communities.

REPORTS TO: Native Movement Executive Director.

LOCATION: Fairbanks OR Anchorage, Alaska.

APPLICATION PROCESS

Please send your cover letter, resume, and 3 references to Native Movement Executive Director, Enei Begaye at enei@nativemovement.org with the subject line “Communications Coordinator Application” in the email. Receipt of your application will be acknowledged with an email. No phone calls, please.

ABOUT NATIVE MOVEMENT 

We are dedicated to building People Power, grounded in Indigenous values, for the health and wellbeing of Mother Earth and all her living beings. 


ANCHORAGE ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE ASSISTANT

Job Announcement AUGUST 2019


THE JOB

Native Movement is seeking a highly motivated, dynamic person to provide administrative support and office management for the Anchorage Native Movement office. This position primarily supports the Anchorage office, but also contributes support to Native Movement throughout Alaska. 

The administrative assistant will manage matters that require attention to detail and the highest standards of protocol and confidentiality. This position will work both independently and collaboratively in a fast-paced, diverse, and team-oriented environment while regularly demonstrating initiative and informed judgement. This position is responsible for coordinating projects that will involve working with volunteers, community members and staff. Limited travel may be required. The administrative assistant will be expected to effectively communicate with a broad variety of non-profit, tribal, local, state and federal organizations. 


PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide clerical and administrative support for the Anchorage area office.

  • Maintain files and databases, including mailing, event, volunteers, and contributors lists.

  • Respond to general office enquiries.

  • Maintain office supplies, equipment and computer systems. Contacts vendors for repairs and maintenance. Reorders supplies.

  • Assist in volunteer recruitment and engagement. 

  • Review and route incoming mail. 

  • Possibility of conducting research on Native Movement interests.

  • Event organizing, set up, and clean up.

  • Additional duties as directed or required.


QUALIFICATIONS

  • Proficiency in computer programs including Microsoft Word and Excel; knowledge of Adobe and Photoshop bonus.

  • Familiarity with Google suite of programs and applications.

  • Knowledge of and experience with social media and web-based outreach tools.

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • Attention to detail and experience in organizing event planning logistics.

  • Basic research skills.

  • Can work collaboratively and independently.

  • Strong work ethic and ability to multitask.

  • Detail-oriented and well-organized with ability to meet deadlines.

  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to build trust and maintain relationships with partners within the communities Native Movement works with.

  • History of engaging with and positively working with diverse communities.

  • Strong time-management skills with the ability to meet goals and deadlines while working independently.


JOB TITLE: Anchorage Office Administrative Assistant

HOURS: This is an hourly position; preferred full-time 40 hours per week.

COMPENSATION: Pay rate dependent on experience and qualifications. We are a grassroots organizing non-profit and we work hard to offer equitable pay, serious inquires can email enei@nativemovement.org

BENEFITS: Great work environment with encouraging, enthusiastic, and amazing team members. Being a part of meaningful work to dismantle colonialism and build healthy, whole communities.

REPORTS TO: Native Movement Regional Director.

LOCATION: Anchorage, Alaska.

APPLICATION PROCESS

Please send your cover letter, resume, and 2-3 references to Native Movement Executive Director, Enei Begaye at enei@nativemovement.org with the subject line “Administrative Assistant Application” in the email. Receipt of your application will be acknowledged with an email. No phone calls, please.


ABOUT NATIVE MOVEMENT 

We are dedicated to building People Power, grounded in Indigenous values, for the health and wellbeing of Mother Earth and all her living beings.