Seattle’s United Indians of All Tribes Foundation is Looking for an Executive Director

United Indians - Founded by Bernie Whitebear - 1970 Ft Lawton Takeover

United Indians of All Tribes Foundation has announced a national search for a new executive director.  United Indians is a non-profit organization founded in Seattle, Washington in 1970. The mission of United Indians is to foster and sustain a strong sense of identity, tradition, and well-being among the Indian people in the Puget Sound area by promoting their cultural, economic, and social welfare.

Text of the announcement:

The United Indians, a 77-employee Seattle, WA urban Indian non-profit, is conducting a search for an Executive Director to oversee the administration of  its social, health, technical assistance programs. Salary range: $88,000+ and/or  DOQ. The final salary will be determined by the Board of Directors.

The candidate must have direct experience working in a tribal or non-profit organization in the development and implementation of federal, state and foundation grants and contracts.  This position requires experience in managing a multi faceted program structure, with strong budget and financial skills in order to meet grant and contract audit requirements.  Candidates must have experience in developing and implementing social service programming, demonstrated fundraising capacity and experience working with a Board of Director to identify goals and plans to ensure short and long term organizational sustainability. 

Applicants must demonstrate strong interpersonal communication skills and cultural competency in order to advocate on behalf of the Seattle Urban Indian community.

Please send a chronological list of your education; pertinent work experience; supervisors; letters of references with your resume to: Chrissy Harris, Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center, PO Box 99100, Seattle, WA  98139.   Phone:  (206) 285-4425 Fax: (206) 282-3640 by April 29, 2011.

If you have any questions or would like to make a site visit to United Indians please contact Julie Johnson, Search Consultant, PO Box 827, Neah Bay, Washington 98357.  Home/Office:  360-645-2548. Cell: 360-640-0222.


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