Looking for a new job?
We're a growing non-profit! As we grow, we occasionally need new community members to join our team and help us with our mission of improving the lives of Native American's in North Dakota.
Interested in joining our team and making an impact on the community? Check out the positions we currently have available:
Chief Financial Officer (Bismarck)
A rewarding career opportunity for a Chief Financial Officer is currently available to oversee finance and support business and operational functions at both companies, (i.e., Native American Development Center (NADC) and Native Community Development, Inc. (NATIVE, Inc.)). The CFO oversees all financial and grants management, asset management, operational and information technology activity and its affiliates, including, but not limited to, ensuring systems for financial controls and regulatory compliance; overseeing accounting, tax and financial reporting functions; sharing in oversight of real estate financing, government contracts and corporate and partnership structuring; overseeing budgeting and financial and real estate asset management; overseeing treasury and cash flow and financing activity; maintaining relationships with financial partners; providing leadership in planning and policy development; overseeing financial information systems and administration; overseeing risk management; and sharing in the oversight of appropriate legal matters. The CFO supervises all other finance and business office employees. Learn More
Care Coordinator (Bismarck)
The Care Coordinator (CC) is a part of a multidisciplinary team who serves as the bridge between behavioral health services, the criminal justice system, and human services. The Care Coordinator functions of this position include providing case management to clients enrolled in the Community Connect Program and Recovery Program. This involves connecting clients to behavioral, medical health and/or substance abuse treatment and human services. The CC will facilitate direct internal and external referrals for housing, employment, legal, educational, peer-support, and all other essential community-based needs and ensure follow-through has taken place for clients. Learn More