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Cultural Programs Coordinator - Unguwat

JOB TITLE:                    Cultural Programs Coordinator - Unguwat

DEPARTMENT:           Cultural and Educational Services

REPORT TO:                 Program Manager - Unguwat

DATE REVISED:         February 6, 2024

CLASSIFICATION:   Non-Exempt; hourly



Support delivery of project outcomes working under the direction of the Program Manger.  Coordinate and provide campus outreach, responsive direct services to the service population, and organization of public events, including coordinating dance practices and traditional native games practice; and to develop responsive programming, and in the community, designed to foster social connection, mental health, and resilience and prevent suicide and substance misuse. Cultural Programs Coordinator will follow-up with grant reporting of program activities and credit by choice as well as monitoring of program budgeting and reporting.



  1. Constant review of budget and objective work plan.
  2. Working with Program Manager, at the end of the grant year gather participant evaluation data, compile written report.
  3. Understanding of budget requirements.


  1. Assist in advertising through major media, poster, flyers, email list, web site, social media, e-newsletters, and word-of-mouth.
  2. Share the successes of the program with community and project partners via social media, ANHC newsletter, and email.


  1. One to three years prior experience working in a grant program.
  2. Must be a high school graduate or have a GED.
  3. Valid driver’s license required. 
  4. Experience working with Alaska Native/American Indian population and experience providing culturally specific services  
  5. Ability to operate advanced office equipment such as personal computer, with knowledge to utilize standard Microsoft based software.


  1. Interest in building knowledge of substance abuse and mental health Interest in building knowledge of culture is prevention model


  1. Skill in working successfully with the Alaska Native/American Indian population
  2. Skill in providing culturally specific programming
  3. Skill in understanding of and sensitivity to diverse cultures and lifestyles
  4. Skill in managing multiple, concurrent priorities, meeting deadlines, projects
  5. Skill in Microsoft Office Applications
  6. Skill in organizational structures
  7. Skill in establishing and maintaining cooperative working relationships with colleagues, supervisors, community partners, and participants


  1. Ability to work independently as well as with teams
  2. Ability to write professionally
  3. Ability to report to work in a timely manner
  4. Ability to communicate effectively
  5. Ability to apply customer service concepts and practices


  1. Collaborate with partner agencies and service providers
  2. Stay informed about the latest developments in the field
  3. Additional duties as assigned based on needs of the business.



  1. Indoors: Primarily in an environmentally controlled office, on or off-site; Open office space with cubicles
  2. Outdoors: Ability to work in all Alaska weather conditions.

Noise level:

  1. Quiet to moderate, with occasional periods of extreme loudness

Physical requirements:

  1. Employee is required to lift and/or move up to 25 lbs.
  2. Frequently required to sit, stand, walk, use hands/fingers to handle or feel, climb, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl, talk/hear, see, taste/smell, and carry weight/lift.


I have reviewed and understand the above position description and believe it to be accurate and complete.

I also agree that ANHC retains the right to change this job description at any time and will provide me with written revisions and addendum prior to the installation of the new policies or requirements.

I will also be provided a copy of a Company Policy Manual, detailing other requirements and responsibilities, in addition to those stated in this document.  I also understand that, although there are areas, which can be delegated to other members of my staff, I am fully accountable for assuring that these areas are carried out on a daily or weekly basis.  The functional role of Cultural Programs Coordinator - Subsistence cannot be delegated to another member of the team.

Therefore, the undersigned are in common agreement on the functional role of the Cultural Programs Coordinator - Subsistence, as outlined in this document.  It is understood and agreed that this Position Description is intended to serve as a listing of the requirements for this position, the authority for action that the individual occupying the Cultural Programs Coordinator - Subsistence’s position has and the responsibilities and duties to be performed.  This document is not intended as a contract for employment, nor does it guarantee employment for any period of time.   Employment is “At Will” and employment may be mutually terminated at any time.




________________________                                                          _______________________

Cultural Programs Coordinator - Subsistence                                Supervisor


Date:________________                                                                  Date:_______________



* Please provide a signed copy to employee and send original to Avitus Group Inc. for employee’s personnel file.