- Word processing
- Communication skills
- Computer skills
- Microsoft Powerpoint
- Project management
INSTRUCTIONS FOR APPLYING: Candidate must provide all information requested on the application page. Follow instructions carefully when preparing and uploading information. Please submit Resume and Cover Letter as PDF files only to ensure readability. All materials must be written in English. Resumes must include employment history with dates of employment and include details that show how you as a candidate satisfy the requirements of this position.
Job Title: Project Director
Work Schedule: 20 hours per week to occur during standard office hours M-F 9a-5pm.
Reports To: CEO
Supervises: No employees supervised. Does provide oversight on contractors.
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Position Overview: The Project Director is responsible for the daily overall operation and management of the Alaska Native Education Program grant and associated projects set forth by the CEO and Tribal Council.
Duties and Responsibilities
Develop, implement, monitor and evaluate budgets in coordination with CEO and Tribal Controller.
Manage grant funds and ensure project resources are available to meet project needs.
Establish appropriate agreements, policies and procedures as required.
Support strategic project partnerships for recruitment and implementation.
Oversight of the curriculum developers curriculum development.
Procure and support a project evaluator who is responsible for data collection and reporting.
Lead project re-branding and oversee development of marketing materials.
Develop student application materials, screening and notification process, respond to inquiries about camp and communicate with applicants and their families.
Recruit students for camp; promote and advertise the grant program.
Lead logistics planning (i.e. travel, transportation, lodging, supplies, equipment, etc).
Assist with camp staff procurement process.
Submit annual progress reports and quarterly Tribal Council reports.
Perform other duties as assigned by CEO
The ideal candidate will possess accountability, delegating skills, financial aptitude, excellent interpersonal and communication skills in written and verbal form, ability to build consensus, time and project management skills, resource management skills, and ability to plan strategically.
Candidate must possess excellent computer skills to include word processing, spreadsheet use and creation, powerpoint, the use of various web browsers, and must be familiar with Macs and Apple products. Additionally, PC experience a plus.
Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Project Management or work equivalent
Experience: 2+ years in project management. Experience as a grant director/manager a plus. Tribal experience a plus.
Certifications/Licensure: None required
Seldovia Village Tribe is a drug-free, alcohol-free, and tobacco-free work environment. An individual in this position may be exposed to communicable diseases or hazards common to a healthcare setting, including but not limited to needle stick wounds, chemicals, and tuberculosis. A person in this position can expect long hours on the phone or computer in a standard office setting. Sitting or standing for long periods of time are required. This position may occur in a shared office space with other people, subject to background noise.