Join us! ATNI-EDC is a growing non-profit organization seeking dynamic, community-oriented, and mission driven Team Members!
The Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians Economic Development Corporation (ATNI-EDC) is a nonprofit organization that provides financial and technical assistance to ATNI Member Tribes in the priority areas of community and economic development to each of the fifty-seven ATNI Member Tribes in the Pacific Northwest that includes all of the Tribes in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho, as well at Tribes in Northern California, Nevada, Montana, and Alaska. As one of its tools, ATNI-EDC operates a Revolving Loan Fund that aims to increase access to capital for Native American communities and entrepreneurs. ATNI-EDC first began lending in 2000. In 2002, the board formed a subsidiary Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) called Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians Financial Services (ATNI-FS).
ATNI-EDC offers a generous benefits package that includes 4 weeks of PTO, 13 holidays, 100% employer-paid medical insurance, and 401(k) match.
Please send completed application, cover letter (1-page maximum), resume or CV, and a list of three professional references. Your cover letter should clearly explain how your skills, experience, and interests fit this position. The references should be from a peer, someone you have managed, and someone that has managed you.
By email: Send to email@example.com with the subject line of “Application for Office Administrator by end-of-close business on the day of the application deadline listed. It is preferable if you send your documents as a single pdf.
By mail: Send to: Casey Pearlman, ATNI-EDC, PO Box 66592, Portland Oregon 97290. Envelope must be postmarked TWO DAYS PRIOR to the application deadline. If you are sending your application by mail, please inform us by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by phone (503.206.8754).
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex or national origin. ATNI-EDC reserves the right to observe Tribal preference as a standard hiring practice, as part of our mission is to promote and provide employment opportunities for Indian People from the Member Tribes of ATNI.
ATNI-EDC will post updates on open positions soon, read on to learn about opportunities with our partners.
Partner Job Postings
Taala Fund Request for Proposals for Performance and Impact Measurement Consultant
Closing Date: 7/30/22
Taala Fund is seeking proposals from qualified performance and impact measurement
consultants to design and develop a comprehensive method for Taala Fund to identify desired
impacts and measurements, collect measurement data, and analyze, measure and report the
data. Consultants will then provide impact measurement training to staff.
Performance measurement and improvement are systematic processes by which an
organization continuously and consistently tracks and applies important program and
operations data for the purpose of optimizing its ability to efficiently and effectively advance its
desired social impact. The most powerful performance measurement systems are typically a
core responsibility of an organization’s own staff, who integrate program, financial and
organizational data to measure an organization’s progress and success. It is generally
understood that Taala Fund seeks to measure our success, and improve our programmatic and
operational work, to effect change in our communities that we serve.
Taala Fund engages in lending, training, and technical assistance activities. We report these
activities in a quantifiable way to funders, partners, colleagues, and to the communities that we
serve. Taala Fund is certified by the CDFI Fund of the United States Treasury. For certification
and funding purposes, the CDFI Fund requires reports and receives grants from us that includes
key data related to our activities. Specifically, the CDFI Fund has minimum prudent standards
(MPS) from which Taala Fund must report to remain certified as a Native Community
Development Financial Institution. CDFI Fund reports include information provided in the TLR
and ILR reports. Information is captured in their AMIS program and must be provided for
grants. Funders also require Taala Fund to report data to show community information,
changes in client success, and training/TA provided.
We like to provide information to our communities, colleagues and partners as well. Client
success stories, client overall successes, job and business creation or retention, # of trainings
provided, increase in knowledge, and # of TA services provided are all important.
We are seeking a consultant or consultants to assist Taala Fund to develop a strong
performance and impact measurement system to accurately and consistently track and report
on our clients’ and organization’s measurements of success over time.
The Roundhouse Foundation is Hiring a Grant Program Manager
Location: Remote, must be based in Oregon. Travel to Roundhouse Foundation offices required 6x per
The Roundhouse Foundation is looking to hire two (2) Grant Program Directors who will be the ‘Content Experts’ within one of the Foundation’s new strategic initiatives (listed below). The expertise represented in the pool of candidates will determine which initiatives are filled. With the additional investment and new team members, the Foundation will deepen its commitment in fields fundamental to thriving rural and Tribal communities across Oregon. Grant Program Directors will work collectively and collaboratively – both internally and externally – to cultivate interconnections and diffuse silos around their area of expertise.
We are seeking candidates with expertise in one of the following areas that align with our strategic initiatives:
- Child Care/Early Childhood Education
- Career & Technical Education
- Rural Access to Healthcare
- Community Food Systems
- Youth Development & Cultural Connections
- Community Disaster Resiliency
To apply, please send resume, cover letter, and 3 references to email@example.com. Initial review begins Monday, August 1, 2022.
Questions about the position? Join a Grant Program Director Q & A Session
Roundhouse Foundation leadership will host two Q & A sessions about the positions via Zoom. These will be attendee-oriented sessions designed as “drop-in” sessions for interested applicants to ask questions and learn more about the Foundation’s open positions. We value your time – please join at your convenience and do not feel obligated to attend the full time. For security purposes, registration is required using the links below.
July 14, 2022 4pm – 5:30pm PST – Register Here
July 27, 2022 4pm – 6pm PST – Register Here
To request meeting accommodations, please contact us.
Center for Indian Country Development is Hiring
From Center for Indian Country Development: “CICD is a national research and policy institute of the Federal Reserve System dedicated to increasing the economic inclusion and long-term prosperity of Indian Country. Headquartered at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, CICD conducts applied research and convenes tribal leaders, practitioners, and policymakers to inform public policy on issues that influence the economic outcomes of Indian Country. Research and policy efforts focus primarily on tribal enterprise diversification, small business access to capital, tribal taxation, economic infrastructure, and tribal financing mechanisms.
As part of this staff expansion, the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis is now looking to hire for multiple positions. We welcome candidates who believe in the importance of good policy backed by solid research, have the ability to clearly communicate in a variety of formats to a broad audience of stakeholders, and are committed to making a difference in the lives of people in Indian Country.”
The Housing Specialist – Native American Communities is responsible for providing direct technical assistance, coaching, and training to tribal communities, tribal housing departments, tribal housing authorities, and nonprofit organizations serving tribal communities. The Housing Specialist – Native American Communities contributes to all aspects of HAC’s mission through a combination of responsibilities and special projects involving place, people, and community-based strategies, with a primary focus on development and sustainability of capacity to improve the housing conditions for the rural poor.
CRITFC is Seeking a Tribal Workforce Development & Outreach Coordinator
Salary: $61,262 – $71,651
Closing Date: Open until Filled
Job Summary/Primary Responsibility: The Columbia River Treaty tribes play a major role in salmon management and mitigation in the Pacific Northwest and provide benefits to all citizens of the Pacific Northwest. In combination, the natural resources departments of the Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission (CRITFC) and its member tribes dedicate approximately 600 professional and technical staff for natural resource programs and jobs. Yet, the region lacks the resources and focus to bring increasing numbers of skilled Native American employees into its fisheries programs.
To apply: Submit a completed CRITFC job application, available on our website at
www.critfc.org/jobs or call us at 503-238-0667. Submissions will be accepted by email
Submit by email to firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate Tribal Workforce Development
Coordinator in the subject line. We will confirm receipt of your submission.
Submit by mail:
Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission Attn: Human Resources
Attn: Human Resources
700 NE Multnomah Street, Suite 1200
Portland, OR 97232
Tribal FishCo LLC Request for Quotations for Purchasing & Processing (H&G) Fish, & Providing Ice
Deadline: Proposals must be received by 12:00 p.m. PST on Tuesday, June 1, 2022 to receive consideration.
Tribal FishCo LLC (FishCo) is soliciting quotations from prospective contractors to purchase and process fish, i.e., head & gut only, and to produce and provide ice to Tribal fishers at the fish processing plant located near White Salmon, WA.
Mail Applications To:
Tribal FishCo LLC
c/o Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission
Attention: Jeremy Takala, President
700 NE Multnomah Street, Suite 1200
Portland, OR 97232
Contact for RFQ Submissions: Buck Jones, Marketing Specialist at CRITFC 971-221-2546 Email: email@example.com
Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes Requests Proposals for Tribal Secured Transaction System (TSTS) Study and Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) Policy Plan
Proposal Deadline: Proposals will be opened and reviewed on May 24, 2022. Proposal selection will be made on May 26, 2022, and notification will occur by e-mail.
The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes’ (CSKT or Tribes) Economic Development Office
requests proposals from qualified consultants to complete a Tribal Secured Transaction System
(TSTS) Study with a proposed Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) Policy plan.
The project period for completing the studies and plan will be from May 2022 – October 2022.
Overview: The CSKT are the governing authority for Tribal citizens on the 1.3 million acre
Flathead Indian Reservation in northwest Montana. As part of the Tribes’ economic recovery and
revitalization plan, the CSKT will explore options to establish a TSTS, draft a proposed Uniform
Commercial Code to formalize commercial lending, and create a uniform transaction process
that supports tribally-owned businesses and Tribal consumers. Since the 1970s, the Confederated
Salish and Kootenai Tribes have developed and managed successful lending programs for Tribal
members, Tribal businesses, and Tribal corporations on the Flathead Reservation. The Economic
Development Office and Tribal Legal staff will facilitate the process to expand legal
infrastructure that fosters and promotes economic development on the Reservation.
Tribal Uniform Commercial Codes are statutory laws that define Tribal Secured Transaction
Systems designed to protect both the lender and the consumer through formalized lending
agreements. Uniform Tribal commercial laws and transaction codes help tribes effectively
promote economic development by creating certainty in lending practices and protecting cultural
Project deliverables include: a situational analysis of current lending transactions; examination of
new lending opportunities; and assessment of the pros and cons of developing CSKT’s own
system, versus utilizing the State of Montana’s lien filing system. Specifically, the expert
consultant will conduct a CSKT Lending Review & Analysis to identify issues related to Tribal
lending programs and propose statutory and judicial infrastructure to develop a secured
transactions system. The consultant will collaborate with Tribal officials to complete a CSKT
Tribal Secured Transactions System and draft appropriate Uniform Commercial Codes (UCC).
How to apply: Proposals must be received by 5:30 p.m. on May 22, 2022. Mailing address: CSKT Economic Development Office, PO Box 278, Pablo, MT 59855, ATTN: Velda Shelby-Sealed Bid.
Or E-mail proposal to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco is Seeking a Sr. Native Communities Outreach Manager
Position Summary: First and foremost, we are looking for someone who is as passionate as we are at affecting real changes for these communities. You should have a deep and wide knowledge of the myriad of issues (big and small) that are impacting Native communities in our District. You should also have practical ideas on how to implement changes for these communities. We are also looking for someone with knowledge of, and connections in the nonprofit space. Finally, you should be comfortable doing heavy outreach in the market, and creating presentations and presenting to a wide variety of audiences.
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