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JOIN OUR TEAM! NAICJA IS SEEKING A PROGRAM ATTORNEY

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

NAICJA is seeking a Program Attorney to join us at our headquarters in Boulder, CO.

Applicants must have:

  • Juris Doctorate (J.D.)
  • Substantial previous experience with American Indian and Alaska Native persons, communities and/or tribal justice systems
  • Background in training and technical assistance for tribal audiences
  • Experience in administering federal grants
  • Demonstrated experience managing budgets and producing financial reports
  • Strong ability to conduct outreach and manage large networks of partners
  • Experience in a management position and/or demonstrated ability to oversee staff
  • Must be in good standing with all jurisdictions where admitted to practice law

Please see the attached job description for more details and instructions to apply. Program Attorney Position Description.pdf

Closing date: August 5, 2019

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