Job Opportunities

Interested applicants may apply by sending a cover letter, resume, certificate of good standing, writing sample and list of two references to recruitment@aknwrc.org .

 

Crime Victim Program Specialist                                                                                                                                         

The Alaska Native Women’s Resource Center, Inc. (AKNWRC) seeks an informed, creative, mature, visionary individual to fill the position of Crime Victim Program Specialist.  The Program Specialist is primarily responsible for the development and promotion of the information and services of the AKNWRC, including

  • technical assistance/training, including assisting the completion of tribal needs assessment;
  • tribal government and crime victim services programs engagement;
  • the recording data for reporting activities

The Program Specialist will ensure that the AKNWRC’s technical assistance/training resource development is culturally, historically, and legally relevant and supports tribal responses to the immediate crisis needs of Alaska Native Crime Victims.  This person will report to the Executive Director and will work with other staff, consultants/contractors, other OVC TA Providers, and the Board of Directors. 

 

 Communications & IT Specialist                                                                                                                                              

The Alaska Native Women’s Resource Center (AKNWRC) seeks an organized and detail oriented individual to fill the position of Communications and IT Specialist (CITS). This individual will work under the direction of Communications Manager. The CITS will have a wide array of responsibilities, including creating and managing content for websites, newsletters, social media platforms, email campaigns and printed material as well as management of computer hardware and software systems for the Organization. This person is responsible for management of computer hardware and software systems for the organization and will provide technical assistance to all staff at AKNWRC.

 

 Finance Clerk (Closed)                                                                                                                                           

The Alaska Native Women’s Resource Center (AKNWRC) seeks an organized, creative, mature and dedicated individual to fill the position of Finance Clerk.  Under supervision, the finance clerk performs a wide variety of financial record keeping duties. These duties include bookkeeping, tracking leave accrual, filing documentation and financial reporting. The nature of work may require mandatory compensatory time including night, weekends, and holidays.

This person will receive day-to-day oversight from the Finance Director (remotely) and will work closely with the Senior Bookkeeper, who may assign tasks.  In addition, this individual  will work as a member of a team with other staff, consultants/contractors and the Board of Directors as needed. 

 

 Lead Administrative Assistant (Closed)                                                                                                                                                                    

The Alaska Native Women’s Resource Center (AKNWRC) seeks an organized, creative, mature and dedicated individual to fill the position of Lead Administrative Assistant.  Under minimal direction, the Lead Administrative Assistant will perform specialized complex work on a variety of clerical services which require independence, judgment and initiative.

 

 Law and Policy Court and Legal Advocacy Specialist  (Closed)                                                                                                                                                                     

The Alaska Native Women’s Resource Center (AKNWRC) seeks an organized, detail oriented and dedicated individual to fill the position of Law and Policy Court and Legal Advocacy Specialist.  Applicants must be a licensed attorney in good standing with the Alaska State Bar, or become licensed within one year of the position,  and have experience working with Tribal Communities and work in public advocacy is required.  It is preferred for the applicant to have experience with domestic violence or harassment protection orders in state or tribal forums.  This person will report to the Law and Policy Director.