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Tribal Program Coordinator

Friends of the Children Remote $40,000-$65,000
Office/Support Staff Full Time

Job Details

Friends of the Children is looking for an extraordinary professional to join our national team. Are you flexible, detailed orientated and ready to be part of a dynamic growing organization? Is working for an organization that inspires you a critical aspect of your job search? We may have the perfect career for you.

Our mission is to impact generational change by empowering youth who are facing the greatest obstacles through relationships with professional mentors for 12+ years no matter what. Our mission continues to evolve and grow. As an organization we have created the Tribal Programs Department to lead our work across Indian Country. We seek to enhance the Friends of the Children model with Indigenous culture as a protective factor in our tribal serving and culturally specific sites. As the Tribal Program Coordinator, you will work closely with our Tribal Program Team to provide the support needed to achieve our ambitious scaling plan to serve as many children across Indian Country as possible.

The Tribal Program Coordinator is responsible for coordinating diversified functions and activities for our Tribal Program Team. This position will support cultivating and maintaining relationships between Friends of the Children and Sovereign Tribal Nations by ensuring effective development and implementation of tribal specific tools, resources, and best practices. This position organizes and anticipates the needs of the Tribal Program team as well as Indigenous the needs of Indigenous serving chapters and takes the initiative to support and seek out solutions. The Tribal Program Coordinator understands, supports, promotes and clearly articulates Friends of the Children’s mission, vision, values, and principles in daily interactions with internal and external customers.

Do you want the option to work from home? This role is remote.

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