Working at United Indians
United Indians of All Tribes Foundation touches thousands of lives each year. The Foundation’s central objective is to improve the spiritual, social, economic, educational, and cultural conditions of Native Americans.
United Indians Job Openings: Seattle
Daybreak Star Location:
THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS ARE CURRENTLY OPEN UNTIL FILLED:
Administration – Executive Director Announcement June 2016 (click for description)
The Executive Director of United Indians of All Tribes Foundation leads a dynamic and influential non-profit organization guided by United Indians Board of Directors. The Executive Director plays a key role in advancing a vision of quality social services and community support. S/he works in close partnership with donors/funders, elected officials and community based organizations and provides direct support for a talented team of 50 plus professional staff.
Daybreak Star Preschool – Lead Teacher announcement (click here for job description)
Daybreak Star Preschool – Assistant Teacher announcement (click here for job description)
Labateyah Youth Home Location:
Youth Home – Youth Advocate – Youth Advocate FT 4pm-12am
Youth Home – Youth Advocate – On-call – all shifts
Youth Home – Youth Advocate – On call – graveyard and weekendsYouth Advocate Job Summary:United Indians of All Tribes Foundation Youth Home is searching for highly motivated individuals for their direct care Youth Advocate positions. There are presently full time positions and part time positions available for immediate hire. Working hours are 4p-midnight, midnight-8am and 8am-4pm. This is an excellent employment opportunity for college students and those wanting to start a career in social work or counseling fields, or who are interested in working with at risk youth.
Please review the job description, send COMPLETED APPLICATION , cover letter, and resume to:
EMAIL: jobs (at) unitedindians (dot) org
Mailing Address: Personnel Department PO Box 99100 Seattle, WA 98139 USA
More about Labateyah Youth Home
United Indians: Work Environment
If you are looking for a fast paced, challenging position in a nonprofit setting…..just consider the opportunities! With its administrative offices at Discovery Park overlooking Puget Sound, the Foundation has multiple locations in the Seattle that serve the community, providing vital social and educational services, from early child development and family counseling to housing homeless youth and preparing meals for the elderly. We’re creating a work environment that offers each and every employee the opportunity to thrive and succeed. At the core is our employment philosophy: Everyone should be treated with dignity and respect. At United Indians of All Tribes Foundation, our employees are recognized and rewarded for extra effort; we offer competitive wages, great benefits, 2 convenient locations, and a casual work environment. Our mission connects us to people and communities across the Northwest. We are committed to ensuring that our people, programs and services reflect the diversity of the people and communities we serve. We encourage you to join us and experience the distinction of the human spirit at its best.