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  • Native American Preference in hiring (Leech Lake Band Member, Member of the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe, Members of Federally Recognized Tribes, Members of Canadian Reserves and Other Applicants).
  • Knowledge and experience in higher education or tribal college is preferred.
  • Experience working within a Native American Community is preferred.
  • Most jobs require a valid MN Driver's License and a Motor Vehicle Report.
  • All full time Leech Lake Tribal College Employees are eligible for a comprehensive benefits package including pension plan, health, dental and life insurance.
  • Salary for all positions will depend on qualifications.
  • All positions require pre-employment drug testing and criminal background check.

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Leech Lake Tribal College, 6945 Little Wolf Road NW, Cass Lake, MN 56633
Phone 218-335-4261, Fax 218-335-4279
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Current Openings

Summary of Current Job Openings


Position: Forest Ecology Instructor

Primary Function:Responsible for coordinating and teaching courses in the Gikenimindwaa Mitigoog (Forest Ecology) Program and developing collaborations and research for undergraduate students, which supports program goals. The successful candidate will have excellent working knowledge of forest ecology and plant identification, while possessing the ability to teach effectively.

Specific course responsibilities include:
Fall Semester: Woodland Plants (FOR 110), Natural Resource Careers (FOR 120), Freshwater Studies (FOR 210) and Survey and Measurement (FOR 240).
Spring Semester: Intro to Forestry (FOR 101), Intro to Field and GIS Skills (FOR 130), Dendrology (FOR 230) and GIS Applications (FOR 260).
As part of the natural Sciences and Technology Department, the instructor will promote a culturally relevant program, based on Anishinabe teachings.

Education:A Master’s degree in Forest Ecology or closely related field is required, PhD preferred. (Related fields include but are not limited to: Forestry, Conservation Biology, Natural Resources Management, Landscape Ecology, Ecology, Forest Science)

Close Date: April 29, 2016

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Position: Student Services Administration Assistant

Primary Function: The primary responsibility of the Student Services Administrative Assistant is to provide front desk receptionist, clerical, administrative, and project support to student affairs, services, admissions, enrollment, registration, and advising activities. Reports to the Dean of Students.

Education:A minimum of 2-3 years business or office experience, as well as at least two years of college (A.A. degree), or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Close Date: April 29, 2016

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