NALEMP Project Manager

Department: Natural Resources
Job Title: NALEMP Project Manager
Employment: Part-Time (6hrs/day)
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Salary Range: $24+ Negotiable DOE
Supervisor: Environmental Program Coordinator

Summary:
The Native American Lands Environmental Mitigation Program (NALEMP) Project Manager is responsible for managing oversite initiatives of the NALEMP Program, serving as a Tribal Liaison for ONC. He/she works under the supervision of the Environmental Program Coordinator. As the Project Manager, he/she shall collaboratively work through Government-to-Government consultation with the U.S. Department of Defense to help address environmental impacts on Indian lands and Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA)-conveyed properties from former DoD activities and facilities. Impacts of NALEMP help include: hazardous materials, munitions debris, unsafe buildings or structures, lead-basedpaint or as estos, abandoned equipment, and others.

Duties and Responsibilities:
The Project Manager shall practice oversight of a comprehensive NALEMP  program to enhance quality of life for NC’s tribal members. Attend HAZWOPER training, and other trainings relating to the NALEMP Program. He/she may submit reports on the NAMSEI website quarterly, as well as monthly reports to the Environmental Coordinator. Other program duties as assigned by the Natural Resources Director and Environmental Coordinator. Willingness to complete additional training.Traveling is required. Self-motivated individual with ability to carry out program activities and represent agency interests without direct or daily supervision. High School Graduate or equivalent. Comfortable with computer use, experience with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), internet and e-mail system. Strong organizational and communication skills are needed. Must have driver’s license.

Qualifications:
High School Graduate or Equivalent. Must have knowledge or experience in conducting environmental survey assessments, must have experience with grant writing, must have demonstrated a successful working relationship with other staff employees in capacity building, must have experience working with the general public in a positive, attentive manner. Must have strong organizational and communication skills, understand policy development and procedures of state and federal environmental programs, ability to work well with related tribal organizations and other governmental entities based on environmental issues. Selfmotivated individual able to carry out program initiatives and represent tribal organization’s interests without direct or daily supervision. Must have good computer and data compilation skills. Must have a valid driver’s license and be willing/able to travel when necessary.

ONC is an equal opportunity employer. Within the concept of Native Preference, all applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin or other non-merit factor. To view full job description, please request from Janelle Carl, Environmental Program Coordinator, jcarl@nativecouncil.org or contact at number provided below.

To apply for this job please visit nativecouncil.org.

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