Job Title: Program Administrator
Location: Boulder, Colorado
Summary: The National American Indian Court Judges Association (NAICJA), established n 1969, is a non-profit membership organization dedicated to supporting and promoting tribal justice systems through technical assistance and training. NAICJA also works to further the public knowledge and understanding of tribal justice systems. NAICJA’s training and technical assistance program is the National Tribal Justice Resource Center (“NTJRC”) located in Boulder, Colorado. Each year NAICJA hosts the National Tribal Judicial and Court Clerks Conference which provides tribal judges, justice system personnel, and others interested in tribal justice systems current information about new legal and practice developments and the opportunity to network and engage in peer to peer consultation. The Program Administrator is a temporary part-time position. Responsibilities will include duties related to a range of current NAICJA programs and projects, including:
- Operation of the National Tribal Justice Resource Center, NAICJA’s training and technical Assistance program.
- Administration of NAICJA’s cooperative agreement and grant projects, including a U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance Tribal Civil and Criminal Training and Legal Assistance (TCCLA) project to provide technical assistance and training for TCCLA grantees.
- Facilitating the convening of the 44th Annual National Tribal Judicial and Court Clerks Conference.
- Additional assigned duties related to current NAICJA projects.
How to Apply:
Submit via email, a cover letter, resume, one writing sample, and three references to:
Justice Jill E. Tompkins
President, Board of Directors
National American Indian Court Judges Association
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