OBJECTIVE: Develop, implement, and manage a broad range of culturally based services which assist individuals who are transitioning from correctional institutions. This position will provide fiscal management as well as grant writing to secure funds for development and sustainability of the program. Program design will be based on research, collaboration, and facilitation of the region-wide Bristol Bay Reentry Task Force concerned with reducing recidivism, improving public safety, and improving outcomes for citizens returning to the Bristol Bay region following incarceration. QUALIFICATIONS: Job qualifications are stated in the full Job Description as Essential Job Results and candidates must demonstrate the ability to accomplish these job results. Advanced related education and or work experience. Experience should reflect excellent communication and presentation skills, self-motivation, and the ability to develop strong collaborative relationships with Tribes, Federal, State and local agencies, service providers and colleagues. Successful grant writing and budget management experience. Must be proficient in computer word processing and data base programs. Knowledge of Federal Indian/Alaska Native law including the Tribal Law and Order Act, Tribal Law of 2010, and other federal and state statutes, regulations, policies, and procedures enabling prisoner reentry initiatives and criminal justice system reform. Ability to engage stakeholders and facilitate Bristol Bay Reentry Task Force functions. Ability to oversee research projects and apply results into programming, development of procedures, and fiscal management. Ability to perform overall program management responsibility with limited supervision. Familiarity with Bristol Bay area, people, and cultures is highly preferred. Requires a Drivers License and must be insurable. Complete achievement of certain of the above specifications may not be required if, in the opinion of BBNA a particular candidate possesses significant offsetting characteristics, such as past accomplishments, experience, education, or estimate of future potential Provide a cover letter that demonstrates your interest in this position and your understanding of the job. Attach a current resume and a fully completed BBNA employment application. REPORTS TO: Community Services Department Director. DUTY STATION: Dillingham, Alaska. WAGE: 53,321 /yr (27.34 /hr) – 74,649 /yr (38.28 /hr) DOE Closes: Open until filled.