First Nations is currently seeking talented professionals to fill the following positions:

Digital Communications Manager

The Digital Communications Manager is responsible for developing and managing First Nations’ social media strategy and creating and implementing website content, including video, graphics, and copy, in line with the organization’s vision, strategy and values. The Digital Communications Manager is also responsible for maintaining and elevating the brand of First Nations across all digital platforms including website, social media, and podcast and video content, as well as creating new opportunities for the organization to improve its storytelling abilities and online presence.

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Director of Programs, Stewarding Native Lands

The Director of Programs is instrumental in guiding the direction and strategy of the emerging Stewarding Native Lands Program. The Director will work to advocate on behalf of Tribal communities and engage in critical conversation and research to advance Tribal ecological stewardship and natural resources management in Indian Country. This position will build on existing partnerships and projects in addition to engaging new partners and stakeholders to generate new opportunities and investments in Indian Country.

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Officer Manager

As part of First Nations’ administrative team, the Officer Manager is a responsible, energetic, self-motivated problem solver. The position is responsible for managing and supporting administrative office duties that include shipping and mailings, coordination and support of in-person and virtual meetings, management of remote offices in California and New Mexico, purchase requests, equipment maintenance, management of off-site storage, management of First Nations’ library, office site maintenance, and other administrative tasks.

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Project Coordinator – California Tribal Fund

The Project Coordinator’s primary responsibility is to assist in the administration and coordination of the California Tribal Fund, a program of First Nations. Duties may include, but are not limited to, assisting in the coordination of California Tribal Fund convenings and meetings; coordinating webinars; performing administrative functions and data entry; and assisting program grantees, community partners, donors and philanthropic supporters.

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Program Officer – Nourishing Native Foods & Health

The Program Officer’s primary responsibility is to assist and support Senior Program Officers and the Director of Programs in the administration and implementation of First Nations’ Nourishing Native Foods & Health projects. Additional responsibilities include thoughtful contributions to Indigenous food and agriculture conversations and issues, coordination of technical assistance and training, participation in onsite visits, grantee communications, grant management, and monitoring of consultant work.

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