THE POSITION UIATF_ED JOB DESCRIPTION-6-6-2016
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.
United Indians of All Tribes Foundation seeks a strong, visionary, creative individual with
demonstrated success building productive community relationships and partnerships. The ideal
candidate will bring a passion for cultural understanding, knowledge of Native people and awareness
of policies and strategies, and highly developed leadership skills to this position.
Because of our standing in the Native community, the candidate we seek must be energized by public
contact and fund/friend-raising, and thrive in an environment that includes a significant amount of
contact with the community, business and political leaders. S/he must be comfortable interacting
with diverse people from all walks of life presenting a consistent and authentic persona when
meeting with any individual or group.
The new Executive Director must be comfortable with change and work with staff to anticipate
change, understand and embrace the concept of change.
A Master’s Degree in the following areas are preferred: Administration or Public Administration, Non-
Profit Leadership, MB.
PLEASE SEND COVER LETTER AND RESUME TO:
Executive Search Team
United Indians of All Tribes Foundation
P.O. Box 99100
Seattle, WA. 98139
YOU MAY ALSO EMAIL TO: firstname.lastname@example.org
JOB POSTING DATE: June 6, 2016
JOB POSTING CLOSING DATE: When qualified applicant is hired.
United Indians of All Tribes Foundation is a Equal Opportunity Employer