Below you'll find a full list of job opportunities submitted by employeers that are American Indian, Native Hawaiian or Alaska Native businesses, governments, or organizations. The list also includes opportunities submitted by businesses, governments, or organizations seeking Native American applicants.
To view a full listing of jobs with NCAI, visit our section on working with NCAI.
How To Post a Job with NCAI
NCAI welcomes American Indian, Native Hawaiian and Alaska Native businesses, governments, or organizations to submit open positions to NCAI by using this form.
NOTE: We do not accept individual resumes on behalf of or for non-NCAI job opportunities.
Employers are welcome to submit postings if it fits one of the following criteria:
- the position requires a significant amount of interaction with tribal communities;
- the position requires specific skills (e.g. fluency in a native language, knowledge of federal Indian law);
- the business or organization is a member of NCAI in good standing.
All postings are subject to approval and will remain on the site for no more than 45 days. If a suitable candidate is not found during that period, applicants are welcome to resubmit their posting. Use this form to submit job opportunities. For questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
|American Indian Cancer Foundation||Cancer Equity Coordinator Get Details||Minneapolis, MN|
|Northwest Justice Project||2020-2022 Sponsored Public Interest Fellowships Get Details||Washington State|
|National Congress of American Indians||Administrative Receptionist-Open until filled Get Details||Washington, DC|
|Indian Health Service||Advanced Practice Nurse GS-0610-12 Get Details||Multiple positions in New Mexico|
|Rosette, LLP||Associate Attorney Get Details||Grand Rapids, MI|
|Coyote Valley Band of Pomo Indians||Attorney General Get Details||Redwood Valley, California|
|Coyote Valley Band of Pomo Indians||Attorney General Get Details||Redwood Valley Ca.|
|Tohono O'odham Nation||Attorney General Get Details||Sells, Arizona|
|SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium||Behavioral Health Clinician I, II or III Get Details||Wrangell, Juneau or Sitka, Alaska|
|Great Plains Tribal Chairmen's Health Board||Chief Compliance Officer Get Details||Rapid City, South Dakota|
|Great Plains Tribal Chairmen's Health Board||Chief Health Systems Administrator Get Details||Rapid City, South Dakota|
|Ute Indian Tribe of the Uintah and Ouray Reservation||Chief Judge of the Ute Tribal Court Get Details||Ft. Duchesne, Utah|
|Native American Health Center||Chief Operating Officer Get Details||Oakland, CA|
|The Coquille Indian Tribe||Clinic Nurse Manager Get Details||North Bend, OR|
|NWIFC||Coastal Marine Resource Specialist Get Details||Forks, WA|
|Oklahoma Policy Institute||Communications Director Get Details||Tulsa, OK|
|SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium||Compensation Analyst Get Details||Juneau, Alaska|
|The Mescalero Apache Tribe||Counselor (Substance Abuse/Adult & Child) Get Details||Mescalero, NM|
|Owens Valley Career Development Center||Director of Finance Get Details||Bishop|
|Great Plains Tribal Chairmen's Health Board||Director of Public Relations and Communication Get Details||Rapid City, South Dakota|
|University of Redlands||Director of the Native Student Programs Office Get Details||Redlands, CA 92373|
|Gila River Indian Community||Director, Department of Public Works Get Details||Sacaton, Arizona|
|Gila River Indian Community||Director, Tribal Health Department Get Details||Sacaton, Arizona|
|Mescalero Apache Tribe||Economic Development (ED) Coordinator Get Details||Mescalero, NM|
|Native Village of Eyak||Executive Director Get Details||Cordova, Alaska|