Job Listings

Job Listings

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 support@ncai.org

Open Positions

Organization Position Name Location
Arizona Conservation Corps Ancestral Lands Historic Preservation Crew Get Details Flagstaff, AZ
National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution Associate Director of Advancement Get Details Washington, D.C.
Rincon Band of Luiseno Indians Director of Communications Get Details Valley Center, CA
Kickapoo Traditional Tribe of Texas General Counsel Get Details Eagle Pass, Texas
National American Indian Housing Council NAIHC Program Manager Get Details 122 C Street NW Suite 350
National Congress of American Indians Project Attorney – Special Domestic Violence Criminal Jurisdiction Get Details Position will be located at NCAI’s Washington DC office.
Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission Riparian Ecologist Get Details Olympia, Washington
The Friends Committee on National Legislation two-year professional fellowship --lobbying on Native American policy in DC Get Details Friends Committee on National Legislation