- 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, P.O.Box 180, Cass Lake, MN 56633
Phone 218-335-4289, Fax -218-335-4282
Summary of Current Job Openings
Primary Function: Leech Lake Tribal College Board of Trustees seeks a visionary and strategic person who will be committed to the college’s mission that provides quality higher education grounded in Anishinaabe values. The President serves as the chief executive officer of the college and provides leadership and direction for all college aspects. The ideal candidate should have the demonstrated ability to lead a complex organization. He or she must be an innovative thinker with the ability to develop, communicate and implement new ideas. The President implements policies and procedures set forth by a seven-member Board of Trustees, the governing body of the institution.
Required Qualifications/Education: Ph.D. or Ed.D. in Education or related field preferred, and an ABD will be considered, with 3-5 years demonstrated leadership and effective administrative experience in higher education required.
Position: Admissions Outreach Coordinator
Primary Function: Under the direction of the Dean of Students, recruit new and prospective students to programs within the College; develop and coordinate recruitment and outreach plans and materials for prospective students and the community; and initiate, coordinate and implement presentations to various groups. This position will maintain records and files as appropriate to the needs of the department and as directed by the Dean of Students.
Required Qualifications/Education: An Associate of Arts or equivalent degree is required. Truly exceptional combinations of education and job-pertinent experience as noted in the job description may be considered. The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate a track record of proactive, progressive and successful community outreach, interaction and service.
Preferred Qualifications/Education: Bachelor’s degree or higher in a job-related field (such as education, business management or educational administration) is strongly preferred. Experience working in collegiate settings, particularly recruitment and outreach, is a positive, as is experience working with Native American youth.
Position: Print Shop Assistant
Primary Function: Assist the Print Shop Supervisor with prioritizing, organizing, designing, and completing Print Shop orders. This position will be responsible for outside sales, help with layout and design of projects, printing, and production.
Required Qualifications/Education: AA Degree; experience working with customers; computer experience (Microsoft, Adobe, Photo Shop); and strong communication skills.
Preferred Qualifications/Education: AA or BS degree in graphic design or related field; experience with Quick Books, In Design, and Adobe software; experience with graphic design and layout; 2 years or more working experience in customer service field and strong communication skills.
Position: Adjunct Ojibwe II Instructor
Primary Function:Teaching Speaking Ojibwe II. This course is a continuation of Ojibwe I, placing emphasis on the seven Anishinaabe values, vocabulary development, and increased conversational skills. Ojibwe I emphasizes the values, learning the sounds of Ojibwe, developing introductory conversational skills, and understanding the concepts of language with the goal of using language in everyday life in Ojibwe communities.
Required Qualifications/Education: An associate’s degree with experience in the discipline of instruction and knowledge of the Ojibwe language.
Preferred Qualifications/Education: A master’s degree in education and previous higher education teaching experience with knowledge of the Ojibwe language preferred.
Equivalent combination of education, training, and experience may be considered.
FOR COMPLETE JOB DESCRIPTIONS, PLEASE CONTACT THE HUMAN RESOURCE OFFICE AT 218-335-4289