The National Judicial College is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action, ADA organization, and admits participants of any age, race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, and national or ethnic origin.
The Travel and Purchasing Administrator is a full-time (40 hours/week), exempt, benefit eligible position reporting to the Office of the Chief Financial Officer. The Travel and Purchasing Administrator is responsible for providing travel; hotel; catering and general purchasing support to the College’s staff, faculty and participants.
Provides programmatic support to the National Tribal Judicial Center; gathers, organizes, and prepares course and grant materials; ensures execution of courses and special projects as assigned; maintains faculty and course rosters and course schedules; liaise with other departments to ensure operational aspects of programs.
This position is responsible for the day-to-day operations of support services of communications activities, via various media, for the College.
This position provides programmatic support to the judicial educational programming of the Academic Department and assists with other projects as needed. The program manager will also liaise with other departments as necessary to ensure operational aspects of programs. Travel is required.
The Program Attorney develops, implements, and continually strives to improve continuing judicial education programs; identifies, recruits, develops, and evaluates faculty; assists faculty with production of course materials; drafts curricula, publications, and other educational materials to support programs; assists with marketing plan and program development of the NJC.
The Facilities Assistant is a part-time (8 – 10 hours/week), non-exempt, non-benefit eligible position reporting to the Office of the Chief Financial Officer. The Facilities Assistant provides academic staff with classroom set up and support; assists the College’s departments with general support including the movement of boxes and supplies; ensures that all grounds and internal foliage are maintained to the College’s standards; routinely inspects the College’s facilities to ensure that a safe, secure, and inviting environment is maintained for the College’s staff, guests, and students; and performs other related duties as assigned.