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. 


Indigenous Curriculum Developer

The Indigenous Curriculum Developer is responsible for coordinating the development of culturally responsive language curriculum for grades Preschool to High School focused on youth leadership, wellness, and advancing knowledge of Tlingit heritage, language, and Alaska Native cultures as related to instruction in core content subjects. Continually coordinates curriculum refinement with project teams to assure kits are complete with lessons, teacher guides, audio, and video resources to support advanced learning and meeting of academic goals and standards.


Language Program Coordinator

The Language Program Coordinator will be responsible for developing, coordinating, and/or supporting Tlingit Language instruction and activities in Juneau and surrounding areas and for working with curriculum developers and educators to create, finalize, and/or and disseminate Tlingit language learning resources and curriculum. This can include coordinating social events and study groups, pairing educators and learners, advocating for language educators and students, contributing to funding applications and reports, hosting language gatherings, supporting documentation, and developing resources.

Employment applications must be submitted on the Goldbelt Heritage portal.

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