Senior Communications Strategist (Applications open)
NUNA is seeking a Senior Communications Strategist to lead strategic communications projects. This individual will work closely with NUNA Founder + CEO, Ricki McCarroll to develop, implement, and evaluate culturally appropriate communications strategies for our client base – the NUNA Family – who are comprised of state agencies, national and regional non-profit organizations, governments, and community-owned businesses.
Candidate must have prior experience working directly within Indian Country, and understand how to authentically engage Indigenous communities and other key audiences. Most importantly, the candidate must be excited, willing and able to work on mission-aligned projects that advance social causes and furthers the government-to-government relationship between tribes as part of the family of governments in the United States.
2021 Summer Internship (Closed)
NUNA is currently seeking highly motivated individuals for our Summer 2021 Virtual Internship who are interested in getting hands-on experience in communications, media advocacy and campaign strategy for Indigenous communities. In this part-time role, you will be exposed to a wide range of public affairs strategies, while doing work that has a significant impact on the communities we serve. You’ll apply critical thinking and strategy, writing and analytical skills, organizational skills, and work with other NUNA team members in forming culturally appropriate solutions for our client base. This internship is paid on an hourly basis (approximately 20-25 hours per week) and will last from June 7 to August 30, 2021.
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