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Organization TypePublic Interest
Years of Experience
Date Last Verified
ProfileAttorney I, II or III The candidate will provide legal services under the general supervision of General Counsel in a broad range of legal specialties. Provide specified legal services as directed by General Counsel including legal/policy research, analysis, drafting, negotiating and other advocacy activities. Review contracts and legal agreements, assists in conducting investigations and provides education and counsel as appropriate. Assist in preparation of responses to inquiries and complaints. Work collaboratively with other legal staff and outside counsel to ensure appropriate identification, analysis, prioritization, and coordinated response to legal, risk management & compliance issues, supporting intergovernmental affairs work. Serve on assigned corporate committees, task forces, and groups. Represent the agency in legal and administrative proceedings, and external contact with partners, agencies and outside counsel as required. Assist and support the agency leadership in developing current and long-range the agency goals and objectives, and in the achievement of those goals and objectives.
Qualification and Experience
Knowledge: of applicable Federal, State, and Tribal law, regulations, rules, policies and processes, including substantial knowledge of relevant specialized fields such as Federal Indian law and self-determination/self-governance, health law, employment law & construction law; of Alaska Tribal Health System, ANTHC, Alaska Native culture(s) and politics required. Skills: in verbal and written communication; in negotiation; in legal research, analysis and drafting; in identified areas of expertise, such as litigation, transactions, investigations, policy analysis, etc; in establishing and maintaining cooperative working relationships with individuals with wide array of cultural, political, educational, socio-economic, geographic, and linguistic backgrounds; in addressing sensitive issues and situations; in advising leaders of complex organizational units; in assimilating, reconciling, and prioritizing diverse information, recommendations, policy considerations, and organizational objectives required. Experience: or specialized study of Indian Law and/or Health Law; in litigation or transactions; in policy analysis, administrative advocacy and lobbying; residing in and/or traveling frequently to bush Alaska; living in foreign culture required. Significant experience in law practice, preferably at private firm representing tribal clients required. Fluency in foreign language(s), preferably Alaska Native or American Indian language required. Significant experience teaching and/or training required.
Attorney I - A Juris Doctorate (JD) degree from an accredited law school required. Non-supervisory- Entry level, no work experience required.
Attorney II - Non-supervisory- 5+ years of relevant legal experience, including substantial experience in litigation, transactions, health law, construction law, employment law, intellectual property and/or other relevant substantive areas with 2+ years of experience in federal Indian law and self-governance or substantially similar combination of experience required.
Attorney III - Non-supervisory- 8+ years of relevant legal experience, including substantial experience in litigation, transactions, health law, construction law, employment law, and/or other relevant substantive areas with 4+ years of experience in federal Indian law and self-governance required.
Attorney I & II - Must have been admitted to practice law in at least one state. Must be admitted to practice before the Alaska State, Federal District, and other appropriate courts within one year of hire.
Attorney III - Admitted to practice before the Alaska State, Federal District, and other appropriate courts.
Tracking Code: 20161899