TRIBAL ADMINISTRATOR I-II Pilot Point; OBJECTIVE: Tribal Administrators work as provided in a Memorandum of Agreement between BBNA and Tribal Councils to perform a variety of administrative services which may include accounting and administration of compact pass through funds and other services. The types of duties will vary based on the determination of the individual Tribal Councils. Some examples of other administrative services which may be included are supervision of Tribal staff, payroll and accounts payable/receivables, grant writing and reporting, project development, utilities, seasonal activities, inventory, and acting as the first point of contact for Tribal business. This is not an all-inclusive list and is subject to change by the Tribal Council. QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates must demonstrate their ability to accomplish the Essential Job Results stated in full job description. Job knowledge required: High School graduate or equivalent. Willingness and ability to learn and achieve training requirements necessary to accomplish the duties set forth by the Tribal Council. Ability to work independently, with minimal supervision. Able to complete a variety of tasks in an organized manner. Willing/able to travel as necessary. Preferred: Two or more year’s office experience. Supervisory experience/skills. Familiarity with Tribe, Bristol Bay area, people, and cultures.
TO APPLY: Candidates are asked to provide a cover letter and resume along with a fully completed BBNA job application. WAGE: DOE. $39,936/yr. (20.48/hr.) – $71,448/yr. (36.64/hr.) REPORTS TO: Accounting & Office Management Specialist at BBNA Regional Office and President or designee at Tribal Office CLASSIFICATION: Regular Full-time. 7.5 hours/day. 37.5 hours/week. DUTY STATION: Pilot Point. PL 93-638. CLOSING DATE: Open until filled.