Great Lakes Indian Fish & Wildlife Agency – Tribal Adaptation Menu Coordinator
The Great Lakes Indian Fish & Wildlife Agency is pleased to announce the new position for a Tribal Adaptation Menu Coordinator. As part of a multi-organizational team, GLIFWC has led the creation and application of a new tool to assist Tribal Nations and tribal partners in conducting climate adaptation planning, the Tribal Climate Adaptation Menu (TAM). There is growing demand from Tribal Nations and tribal organizations for assistance using the TAM, from within the Ojibwe Ceded Territories and beyond. Join the TAM team as the Tribal Adaptation Menu Coordinator and help support this endeavor.
Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians – Assistant Tribal Climate Resilience Liaison
The Affiliated Tribes of NW Indians (ATNI) is hiring an Assistant Tribal Climate Resilience Liaison to work in collaboration with the Northwest Adaptation Climate Science Center (NW CASC) to serve Tribes in the Northwest. The Assistant Tribal Liaison will work with the Senior Tribal Climate Resilience Liaison to advise the NW CASC on Tribal issues as they pertain to climate change, resource vulnerability, and climate adaptation actions. Our liaisons also provide climate adaptation training to Tribal Nations, develop partnerships to advance Tribal resilience to climate impacts, and serve as an informational hub between Tribes, Federal agencies, researchers, and other Tribal and non-tribal partners.
Salary range: $43,683-68,290/year
Application review begins on January 6, 2022 and the position will be open until filled.
Midwest Climate Adaptation Science Center – Program Manager
Application Deadline: January 17 at 11:59 PM. Are you committed to helping build a resilient future across the Midwest US and around the world? Are you looking for a way to support scientists and practitioners in helping to adapt to a changing climate? The Midwest Climate Adaptation Science Center (CASC), hosted at the University of Minnesota, would love to meet you. Join the Midwest CASC as a Program Manager. For more information and to apply please visit humanresources.umn.edu and search for job ID 344857.
Midwest Climate Adaptation Science Center – Communications Manager
Application Deadline: January 17 at 11:59 PM. Are you committed to helping build a resilient future across the Midwest US and around the world? Are you looking for a way to support scientists and practitioners in helping to adapt to a changing climate? The Midwest Climate Adaptation Science Center (CASC), hosted at the University of Minnesota, would love to meet you. Join the Midwest CASC as a Communications Manager. For more information and to apply please visit humanresources.umn.edu and search for job ID 344856.
Assistant Professor of Indigenous Forestry – Northern Arizona University
The School of Forestry at Northern Arizona University invites applications for the position of Assistant Professor of Indigenous Forestry (ID 605923). This is a 9-month, tenure-track appointment (40% teaching and student-related activities, 50% scholarship and research, and 10% service). We seek an applicant with expertise in Indigenous forestry (Native American, First Nations, or other Indigenous communities), broadly defined, whose interests will support, build, and complement the School of Forestry’s and NAU’s programs in these and related areas. We seek applicants with skill and experience demonstrating they can work in an Indigenous context such as working in Tribal communities, on Tribal lands, on federal lands and incorporating ancestral Indigenous practices in partnership with Native communities or focusing on issues important to Indigenous peoples. The successful applicant will be expected to teach courses in support of our undergraduate and graduate forestry programs, develop a productive, externally funded research program, advise graduate students (MF, MS, and PhD), and serve the School of Forestry, Northern Arizona University, and the profession. They will prioritize NAU’s efforts to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion while engaging students, faculty, and external stakeholders on challenging issues critical to a just and sustainable society. The School of Forestry provides an equitable, inclusive, and diverse environment where all in the community feel safe, respected, and welcome to participate. We welcome all applicants, including those who have non-traditional career paths, have taken time off, or who have achieved excellence in other aspects of their career.
NAU affirms the importance and critical need for justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (DEIJ) in higher education and we seek to hire an individual with a strong track record of engagement with DEIJ in their professional endeavors. We require as part of your application inclusion of a one-page DEIJ statement that addresses your values and/or philosophy, accomplishments, experiences, education, and training with DEIJ. We highly encourage the integration of one or more of the following considerations into your statement and to be as specific and concrete as possible in any examples you provide.
- Past and future integration of DEIJ aspects and issues into your teaching and research activities, and any impact of that DEIJ inclusion on students, the institution, your discipline, and the larger community.
- Academic, professional, industry, and/or community service that contributes to building respectful and inclusive organizational climates, advances institutional recruitment of marginalized people, and raises awareness of DEIJ issues.
The anticipated start date for this position is August 2022