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Tribal Courts Project Manager
Job ID:26192
Anchorage, Alaska


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We are seeking a Tribal Courts Project Manager to be part of a creative, forward-thinking team. Our success at deploying skilled, highly knowledgeable experts has landed us on the Inc. 5000 list of America’s fastest-growing companies four times – and we’re just getting started.

As the Tribal Courts Project Manager, you will work with a project team to conduct Tribal Court Assessments for identified Alaskan villages on behalf of the Bureau of Indian Affairs. You will manage and coordinate all work, activities, issues, and other contractual obligations related to 15 tribal court assessments in Alaska per year. You will also be responsible for the effective management of funds and personnel and be accountable for the quality and timely delivery of all contractual deliverables. Additionally, you will:

  • Be accountable for contractor compliance with all applicable Government contracting clauses and assurance that contractor’s corporate interests and activities do not conflict with or violate Government restrictions or edicts
  • Frequently travel to rural Alaska (15-30 site visits/year)
  • Interview tribal court stakeholders in each community including Tribal Councils, Tribal Court Staff, Tribal Administrators, and other relevant community members
  • Write 15 to 80 page assessment reports – template provided
  • Schedule all site visits
  • Review court documents
  • Perform work planning, managing scope, budget, schedule, and risk, resource allocation, progress monitoring and control, deliverable reviews, delivery, and implementation of Tribal Court Assessments
  • Provide interface with government project stakeholders
  • Manage major and minor modifications

What You’ll Need to be Successful:

  • J.D. degree from an accredited University with a minimum of 5 years of experience as a lawyer
  • Experience as a tribal judge, tribal administrator, civil attorney, or public defender, and extensive court system experience within the last 5 years
  • Experience conducting trial court assessments or trial court evaluation within the last 5 years
  • Significant experience working with tribal governments and ability to provide constructive criticism to tribal courts and tribal governments regarding difficult situations which arise in the tribal court arena
  • Ability to perform a court assessment based on the Trial Court Performance Standard and Measurement System (TCPS)
  • Cultural awareness of the rural Alaskan locations and sites which are being evaluated and assessed, including experience communicating and working with rural Alaska Native communities
  • Valid driver’s license

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About Resolvit:

Resolvit is an international technology consulting firm with industry-leading customers in the financial services, high tech, manufacturing, retail, life sciences, and government sectors. Through its partnerships, Resolvit delivers highly impactful, innovative solutions across five core areas: Infrastructure Modernization, Application Development Services, Enterprise Data Management & Analytics, Knowledge & Content Management, and Strategic Staffing.