Job Description Summary:
The CORE Hub Senior Program Officer for Tribal and Indigenous Partnerships Tribal leads implementation of all CORE Hub’s initiatives in service to Tribal Nations and Native American communities with strong support from and collaboration with other CORE Hub/HAF team members and consultants. This professional will be an enthusiastic supporter of our region’s Native American climate and ecological leaders, excited about opportunities to advance indigenous knowledge and practices for the good of all in the shadow of climate change. The Senior Program Officer will be comfortable wearing many hats including as a convener, educator, champion, communicator, and grantmaker. The current priority initiatives include the Tribal Climate Resilience Network and Tribal Offshore Wind Community Benefits Working Group. Additionally, the Senior Tribal Officer will facilitate future engagement, relationship building and partnerships with Tribal Nations and Tribal communities on behalf of the CORE Hub and for CORE Hub initiatives as the program evolves.
Please email the following two (2) documents in Word or PDF format to email@example.com:
2. A cover letter, to include the following:
- Explain your interest in the organization and position
- Provide a short answer to at least one of the following questions:
- What is your current and future vision around a Tribal Climate Resilience Network and/or Tribal Offshore Wind Community Benefits Working Group?
- How could your education and experience serve you in this work? How could you leverage your experience and knowledge to create more equity?
Wage Range: $62,500-$67,500 annually depending on experience, plus health benefits, retirement benefits, paid vacation, holidays and sick time; $75,000 annually; expected at 1 year of tenure
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About Humboldt Area Foundation + Wild Rivers Community Foundation
Humboldt Area Foundation and Wild Rivers Community Foundation (HAF+WRCF) serve the residents of Humboldt, Del Norte, and Trinity counties in California, and Curry County in Oregon, including the region’s 27 Tribal Nations and historically Indigenous territories. Our rural, predominantly economically disadvantaged region serves 200,000 residents in over 10,000 square miles of land. HAF/WRCF was founded in 1972 and has current assets of $155 million and an annual budget of $15.8 million.
In 2020, HAF+WRCF adopted a generational vision of a Thriving, Just, Healthy, and Equitable Region. This vision is implemented through four decade-long goals of increasing Racial Equity, Thriving Youth and Families, Healthy Ecosystems and Environments, and a Just Economy. Supporting vulnerable communities is at the heart and action of HAF+WRCF, and for over two decades HAF+WRCF has intentionally focused resources toward historically underserved populations, unheard voices, and those who experience the highest rates of disparities.
HAF+WRCF implements a holistic toolkit of services to ensure we are supporting community needs. This includes capacity building, advocacy and policy work, networking, leadership training, impact investing, community co-design, and leveraging funds, as well as providing grants and scholarships and managing programs and initiatives. Key programs and initiatives include the Native Cultures Fund, Equity Alliance of the North Coast, and the Redwood Region Climate and Community Resilience Hub (CORE Hub). It also deploys emergency response, recovery, and resilience funding and regranting through its innovative Community Response Team. In addition, HAF+WRCF provides high quality charitable giving services to individuals, families and businesses and develops deep relationships with financial and professional advisors and provides them with resources to help their clients with planned giving.