First Peoples Fund (FPF) is a national nonprofit organization founded in 1995. Its mission is to honor and support the Collective Spirit® of First Peoples artists and culture bearers.
FPF has two Program Managers collaborating to grow the Indigenous Arts Ecology through a regional strategy of networking artists and Native Community Financial Institutions (NCDFI) art organizations and Community Development Corporations (CDC) together. This position is co-responsible to design, implement, and evaluate programs, products, systems and services for the Indigenous Arts Ecology Department and will be responsible for implementation within their assigned regions. With strong skills in collaboration, community development, leadership cultivation, and relationship building, this position will help weave together intersections and common framework and tools across departments while applying these skills into program design and evaluation within the Department. This Department will be advised by a team of Culture Bearers and both Program Managers are responsible for the integration of their traditional knowledge, wisdom, and values into all aspects of the Department from evaluation tools to curriculum to leadership development to networking strategies. The PM will participate in strategic planning, budget and proposal development and other organizational activities. Is responsible and adheres to all reporting requirements.
A detailed position description could be reviewed at our website; www.firstpeoplesfund.org. If interested in applying for the position, please submit your resume and any supporting documentation to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. The position is located in Rapid City, South Dakota.
Bachelor’s Degree in related field and three years’ experience, or comparable combination of education and experience providing organization and administrative support, preferably for nonprofit and/or Native corporations.
Background in community development and leadership cultivation, with exceptional skills in building and maintaining partnerships through collaboration.
Additional Salary Information: First Peoples Fund offers competitive salaries and benefits including health insurance, Simple IRA pension plan, paid vacation and sick leave in accordance with policy eligibility.
About First Peoples Fund
To honor and support the collective spirit of First Peoples artists and culture bearers