Winter Conference 2023 in Portland, Oregon

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Standing as One

Produced by the Bonneville Power Administration

In 1953…

farsighted tribal leaders in the Northwest formed the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians, and dedicated it to tribal sovereignty and self-determination.

ATNI is organized and chartered as a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation under the laws of the State of Oregon.

The organization sets out its membership and operating policies within its Constitution and Bylaws and ATNI Policies & Procedures Manual. Authority for management of the affairs of ATNI are delegated to the Executive Council by the members and further delegated to the Executive Board, Committees, and Executive Director.

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Assistant Tribal Climate Resilience Liaison

ATNI is hiring a full-time Assistant Tribal Climate Resilience Liaison! Work for an exciting intertribal organization at the cutting edge of climate adaptation science. Our staff work on a wide-variety of projects and your specific job will be crafted to best fit your interests and your skill sets. ATNI also offers competitive salaries, benefits, and the best job that you have ever had. You deserve more than a job; you deserve a career that will feed your soul.

Tribal Gaming Director With the Squaxin Island Tribe 

Plans, directs and implements all Federal, State and Tribal gaming regulations, manages staff, develop and administer budget, develop(s) unit goals and objectives according to Commission policy. Works harmoniously with Casino Management to insure maximum productivity and profitability of the operation while promoting an environment of strong compliance with applicable regulations. Develops a work ethic that sets an example for all peers and subordinates to follow.

Boarding School Initiative Project Manager (Department of the Interior)

Serves as the expert staff authority, principal coordinator, and primary contact for the Boarding School Initiative (BSI) Management. While not a supervisor, provides general oversight of personnel assigned to support the project and coordinates functional leads on all project-related tasks and deliverables to meet timelines and ensure accuracy.

Directorate of Environmental and Natural Resources Management (Department of the Interior)

As the Directorate Environmental and Natural Resources Management, the
incumbent is responsible for the policy development, management, and implementation of
Environmental and Natural Resource focused programs in accordance with BIA’s goals and
objectives. The Directorate will ensure that appropriate measures and compliance are designed
and implemented to improve land, wildlife, fire management, climate resilience, environmental,
cultural and natural resources with proper relation between policy and operational activities.

Planning for the Center for Tribal Nations and Waterfront Education Park at the OMSI District, Portland, Oregon

Seeking ideas, identifying needs, and exploring development opportunities.

The Center for Tribal Nations (CTN) at the OMSI District project seeks to leverage the redevelopment of the OMSI property to model a new partnership between OMSI, tribal and intertribal organizations, and the City of Portland to restore the Native American community’s presence on the Willamette River and address our shared challenges of sustainability, resilience, and inclusion.

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