Job Opportunities

Goldbelt Heritage Foundation has a variety of employment, contracting, and volunteer positions available throughout the year. 

For the most current up-to-date employment opportunities please check back regularly.

To apply for any open position, submit your application and resume on the MyGHF Portal. 


Program Director

The objective of the Project Director is to provide oversight and management including coordination, documentation, and implementation of advanced/intermediate language immersion opportunities, cultural workshops, and monthly community events. Independent judgment is required to plan, prioritize, and organize diversified workloads and recommend changes in relation to program practices and procedures. This position requires oversight of contractors, program staff, and federal, state, and local grant-funded deliverables. This position reports directly to the Executive Director. Must be willing to work evenings and weekends as needed.


Executive Director

The Executive Director will lead Goldbelt Heritage Foundation in its mission and vision to protect the cultural identity and dignity of Southeast Alaskan Native people by creating immersive environments, tools, and partnerships community-wide to revitalize and transmit the rich cultural heritage, language, and traditional knowledge to future generations. This role requires a leader with a deep commitment to Indigenous values and community empowerment, combined with strategic thinking, operational excellence, and the ability to inspire both the GHF team and the wider community.  The Executive Director will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for the Goldbelt Heritage Foundation not-for-profit's staff, programs, expansion, and execution of its mission. This position reports to the Board of Directors. To apply CLICK HERE.

Employment applications must be submitted on the Goldbelt Heritage portal.

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