Palmer, AK, USA | Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium
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This position is to provide day-to-day leadership and management functions for Chickaloon Village
Traditional Council as outlined below.This is a full-time, 40 hours per week position with
•Provide Leadership: The Executive Director is responsible for direct supervision of
Department and Division Directors.Inspires staff members to pursue professional development.
Motivates staff members to accomplish objectives and promotes teamwork.Provides guidance and
mentorship to direct report staff.Ensures active communication with direct report staff members.
Conducts and documents annual performance evaluations on direct report staff members.Demonstrates
cooperative, respectful, and professional behavior and communication with internal and external
contacts to promote optimal service to Tribal Citizens and community members. Actively working to
resolve relational challenges.Collaborating with direct report staff on innovative solutions for
day-to-day and complex operational challenges.Updates existing and develops new CVTC policies and
procedures. Participates in on-going personal and professional development.
•Strategic Planning: Provides leadership for the ongoing implementation of a strategic
planning process to develop new and unique ideas to improve programs.Provides facilitation of the
annual development/revision and implementation of the operational plan (one year, three years, and
five years), based on CVTC’s Strategic Plan. Effectively utilizes financial, human, and material
resources and actions to accomplish short-term and long-term goals.
•Resource Development & Technical Writing:Seeks or directs others to seek funding for
projects/programs as identified in CVTC’s Operational Plan by submitting funding proposals to
various foundations, corporations, Tribes, federal, state, and borough agencies.
Assisting Staff Members in writing funding proposals and contracts.Providing technical support
and final review for funding proposals.
Strategically developing economic development proposals and creative funding processes.
Preparing Request for Proposals (RFP), advertising, and writes contracts.Supervising contractors
to complete project/program tasks that do not fall under other Department's responsibilities.
•Council Support: Ensures that Council directives are completed.
•Public Outreach: Interacts with Tribal Citizens, governments and the community for
coordination of CVTC programs and projects.Provides public relations, in collaboration with the
Council, which may require conducting on-site presentations and hosting visitors.
A minimum of five years of experience with public relations, project management, quality technical
writing skills for grant and contract writing.A minimum of four years of supervisory, leadership,
and/or human resource management experience.
A bachelor degree in public administration, business management, or related field is preferred, but
could be substituted for four additional years of progressive experience.
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