28 Aug Tribal Relations Resource Assistant – Hybrid – Missoula, MT
Start/End Dates: February 5, 2024 – September 30, 2024
Compensation: $650 per week + $1000 monthly for housing
Medical Insurance provided on request
Application Due: October 31, 2023
The Resource Assistants Program seeks to engage ethnically and racially diverse young professionals in natural resource careers. You must be:
- a U.S. citizen or legal resident.
- a college graduate.
*Personal vehicle is needed
Under the guidance and supervision of the Regional Tribal Relations (TR) Program Manager, intern will provide support to the Northern Region Forest Service’s Tribal Relations Program, including, but not limited to: Ensuring correspondences and meetings with American Indian tribes are accurately documented and appropriately filed; ensuring tribal leaders’ contact information is current; establishing a database for Tribal Liaisons to enter information on consultation and coordination; assisting with scheduling, facilitating and documenting meetings.
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The intern will be a valuable member of the TR team, providing essential administrative support by:
- Documenting and accurately filing correspondence and meetings with sovereign government leaders and staff
- Contacting sovereign governments to verify contact information is current and correct
- Organizing and filing TR information so that it is available to appropriate audiences.
Strong applicants will:
- Understand American Indian, Alaska Native & Indigenous cultures
- Have strong written and oral communication skills
- Be interested in promoting strong relationships between federal agencies and tribal sovereigns
- Be organized
*Experience working with American Indian, Alaska Native or other Indigenous cultures
Direct Hire Authority (DHA)
All RAP interns receive Direct Hire Authority (DHA) at the successful conclusion of their internship. DHA status enables an agency to hire, after public notice is given, any qualified applicant. A DHA expedites hiring by eliminating competitive rating and ranking, veterans’ preference, and “rule of three” procedures. For more information, please click HERE.
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