Position Highlights

Location: Remote or St. Paul, MN

Schedule/Job Type: Full-time, Salaried, Exempt

Compensation: $55,000-65,000 per year depending on experience and qualifications

Benefits: Eligible for Benefits, including medical, dental, paid time off, paid parental leave, and more

Start Date: July 1, 2021 or later

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Position Overview

We recognize that we are all related, interdependent, and that our collective voice is powerful and necessary in to ensure a world where our future generations can thrive. We believe that Indigenous knowledge and ways of being must guide us in developing and implementing solutions to address the issues our communities currently face.

We are seeing a Communications, Marketing, and Development Manager who can be our storyteller, who can capture and share our history, impact, and ambitions – as an organization, as a network of Native-led nonprofits, and as Native people. You will work with our Executive Director, fellow employees, and a small team of consultants to plan, implement, and reflect on communications and fundraising activities that inform, educate, and garner support for our work and network.

As Communications, Marketing, and Development Manager, you will be responsible for a variety of communication activities, such as producing content and building engagement across media platforms, including social media, our website, and email lists. You will also be responsible for fundraising and donor relations, including grant writing and reporting. Strategic planning and use of communications will positively impact Native-led nonprofits, and ultimately Native communities, nationwide.

We recognize that everything and everyone come into this world with gifts to contribute. We honor those gifts by acting responsibly toward one another. For our employees, this means offering generous and comprehensive benefits, including medical and dental insurance for individuals and families; paid time off through personal time, health and wellness time, holidays, and 6 weeks of paid medical or family leave; and professional development opportunities to strengthen skills and cultural connections.