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Position: Operations Coordinator

Organization: Midwest Indigenous Immersion Network
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled.
Position Summary:
We are looking for an Operations Coordinator to organize and oversee the daily operations of our organization. You will be the one to ensure that our business is
well-coordinated and productive by managing its procedures and coaching its people and reporting to the Executive Director.
The area of responsibility for this role is very wide and thus requires thorough knowledge of various organizational processes. The ideal candidate must be competent and able to plan many different kinds of operational activities.
The goal is to ensure the smooth running of business according to established policies and vision.

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Position: Lead Teacher

Organization: Waadookodaading
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled.
Position Summary:
The WOLMS Lead Teacher is the backbone of the instructional and educational experience of the Waadookodaading academic program. Lead Teachers are the primary individuals responsible for the application of skills, knowledge, and aunique Anishinaabe consciousness that supports and extends educational experience for the students of the community. All lead teachers must possess valid teacher accreditation, professional and cultural knowledge and a community focused attitude, while remaining innovative and accustomed to constant change and growth.

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Ojibwe Immersion Teacher – Niigaane – Bena, MN

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Position: Elementary Education Teacher

Organization: Endazhi-Nitaawiging Charter School
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
Position Summary:
At Endazhi-Nitaawiging, we understand ourselves to be obligated to support the unique genius of every individual student who enrolls in our school. We will engage each and every learner, meeting them where they come to us to take them as far as they can go. Our teachers will be expected to know each of their students as a learner and to encourage them to be curious and challenge them to excel. Endazhi-Nitaawiging will challenge every educator at the school to develop a thoroughly indigenized pedagogy, a way of teaching that reflects Ojibwe ways of knowing and that employs the Ojibwe language as the medium of instruction whenever possible. Our teachers are expected to learn how to integrate land-based learning and environmental learning experiences into their instruction.

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Position: Ojibwe Language Teacher (2), Ojibwe Language Technology Integration Specialist, Four Seasons Worker

Organization: Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
Position Summary:

Ojibwe Language Teacher (2 Positions):

The Ojibwe Language Teacher is responsible for educating the students to be ready to successfully transition to the next level of Ojibwe Language. This is accomplished through individualized plans for each child and family focused on the whole child, including behavior, academic and Ojibwe Language Culture components

Ojibwe Language Technology Integration Specialist:

An Ojibwe Language Technology Integration Specialist is an information technology professional found within school systems. These professionals are charged with assisting classroom teachers with the incorporation of technological hardware and software and helping teachers effectively integrate technology with Ojibwe Language into the curriculum.

Four Seasons Worker:

The Ojibwe Four Seasons Worker is responsible for teaching students cultural activities, including drum, dance, tool making and how to harvest food and supplies throughout the year. This is accomplished by providing students and age appropriate opportunity to participate in harvesting including; wild rice, maple sugar, berries, fish, birch bark, and basswood.

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Ojibwe Language Technology Integration Specialist
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