First Nations is currently hiring for the following positions:

Communications Associate

The Communications Associate plays an integral role in supporting the communications team in meeting the strategic goals of the department and the overall organization. This includes providing graphic, editorial, and administrative support to the communications team; creating and implementing social media posts in accordance with First Nations’ social media plan; and writing, editing, and proofreading content, including social media posts, newsletter blurbs, website copy, and publications.

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Development Officer (Technical)

The Development Officer (Technical) is part of the Individual Giving team and responsible for implementing the direct response marketing strategy for current organizational donors in conjunction with the Associate Director of Individual Giving. The Development Officer supports the development team’s efforts in enlisting support from First Nations’ current individual donor base; expanding major gift, sustainer, and planned giving donor pipelines; and supporting direct response activities, generating a growing revenue stream for the organization.

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Director of Human Resources

The Director of Human Resources will work closely with First Nations’ leadership team in the development and management of the Human Resources department. The Director of Human Resources’ primary responsibilities include supervising HR staff; managing organizational HR strategy, employee relations, recruitment, performance management, compliance, recordkeeping, compensation and benefits administration; and demonstrating integrity and maintaining a high level of confidentiality.

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Lead Grants Development Officer

In this newly created position, the Lead Grants Development Officer supports project management responsibilities for a new federal grant award as well as provides Institutional Development support. This position involves supporting the management of development activities related to the Community Navigator Project, providing technical assistance and training to communities related to grant management, and assisting the Institutional Development department.

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Program Officer, Stewarding Native Lands

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 Stewarding Native Lands program initiatives. In this capacity, duties include thoughtful contributions to project design; coordination of technical assistance, trainings, publications, and grantee onsite visits; project and consultant management; and other duties as needed.

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