Tribal Victim Services (TVS) Program Support Specialist

Tribal Victim Services (TVS) Program Support Specialist
Full -time (37.5 hours per week) Rate of Pay: $16.36 – $17.89 /hr  Location: Anchorage, Alaska

Duties: Assist with collecting and compiling data for required annual and semi-annual Progress and Performance Reports which includes working with Tribal Partners to gather data and track progress. Assist with planning and implementation of cultural activities including cultural gatherings, virtual classes, and other cultural activities for victims of crime. Assist with the development of culturally relevant brochures, flyers and media for the purpose of outreach and education for victims of crime. Attend software and technical training (i.e., Creative Cloud, WordPress) as needed to support this work. Participate in OVC approved training (online or in-person). Attend workshops, conferences, and events to learn about and stay informed of services and resources for victims of crime and to acquire technical knowledge related to grant implementation, grant guidelines, grant reporting requirements and reporting systems. Participate in staff meetings and planning sessions as assigned. Take meeting notes, and/or record meeting minutes. Maintain contact information for tribes and tribal point of contacts, project partners, granting agency staff, and program participants. Perform General Administrative tasks to carry out program functions, abiding by the General Office Procedure Manual: process, check for accuracy and route paperwork, forms and documents which include but are not limited to: travel paperwork, check requests, purchase orders, timesheets, contracts, reports, professional service agreements, outgoing correspondence and memorandums. Organize and maintain grant related data and program files, including scanning and filing (physical and electronic files) as required by grantee and in accordance with APIA policies and procedures. Assist co-workers to carry out program goals and objectives as requested or assigned. Perform other reasonable related duties as assigned or required by supervisor.

Qualifications: Two (2) years of administrative support experience or two (2) years of experience

working in human, social services, or related fields. Will consider candidates enrolled in a Rural Human Services Certificate program. Work experience in a tribal office, non-profit sector, or in the victim services field a plus. Knowledge of office practices and procedures with the ability to operate computers, Windows, Microsoft Office Suite, Google Docs, and basic office equipment with a minimum typing speed of 40 wpm.  Database or Adobe Creative Cloud experience a plus. Must be organized and self-initiating with the ability to read and follow grant narratives and implement project goals and objectives. Ability to work independently and in cooperation with colleagues from a variety of cultures and communities in a service-oriented, collaborative environment. Demonstrated dependability, professionalism, efficiency and competency in performance of assigned duties. Knowledge of the Unangax̂/Aleut culture and the Aleutian Pribilof Islands history and region preferred.


Apply online at www.apiai.org or email resume and application to

Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association, Inc.
Attn: Human Resources Director
1131 E. International Airport Road
Anchorage, Alaska  99518-1408
Phone: (907) 276-2700 / Fax: (907) 279-4351 nancyb@apiai.org