The Social Media Manager administers NDN Collective social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and LinkedIn. Primary responsibilities include building a dynamic social media strategy that maintains the vision and mission of NDN Collective while building Indigenous power.
The Program Associate provides administrative and programmatic support to the NDN Partners Managing Director in planning, developing business strategies, building client relationships and identifying new business opportunities as part of the NDN Ecosystem, internally and externally.
The Program Associate provides administrative and programmatic support to the NDN Action Managing Director in planning, organizing and implementing NDN Action’s Indigenous rights and policy advocacy operations, programs, and services activities and duties as part of the NDN Eco-system, internally and externally.
The Capacity Building Coordinator will develop, coordinate and offer an array of capacity building programming and resources relevant to the self-determination, sovereignty, regenerative sustainability and power of Indigenous Peoples, tribes and Indigenous-led organizations.
Reporting to the Director of Finance, the Controller contributes to NDN Collective’s overall success by effectively overseeing the day-to-day financial activities for the NDN Ecosystem including accounts receivable, accounts payable, and payroll.
The Public Relations Officer will build and maintain a positive public image for the NDN Collective President & CEO. This high-profile position acts as the primacy media contact for the President & CEO, creating and managing communications and messaging that shape public opinion and increase awareness of the NDN brand through the lens of the President & CEO.
The Political Director will provide leadership for our political and elections work, working collaboratively with our Director of Policy and Advocacy, NDN Collective ecosystem of organizations, board of directors, and contract lobbyists.