Tribal Resilience Action Database Design and Research Intern
Organization: The Upper Snake River Tribes (USRT) Foundation and Adaptation International (AI)
Position: Tribal Resilience Action Database Design & Research Intern
Type: Internship; up to 30 hours per week
Deadline: June 10, 2022; Open until filled
Description: The Upper Snake River Tribes Foundation (USRT) and Adaptation International (AI) are looking for a creative, dynamic, hardworking, and team-oriented person to support the development of a new Tribal Resilience Action Database. In partnership with project partners and advisors representing more than a dozen Tribes across the Pacific Northwest Region, the core team will use a collaborative co-production approach to develop a database and web-portal of ongoing climate adaptation strategies to inform adaptation and resilience work in tribal communities across the region and country. Partners include the Columbia Intertribal Fisheries Commission (CRITFC), the Upper Columbia United Tribes (UCUT), the USGS National Climate Adaptation Science Center, the Pacific Northwest Tribal Climate Change Network, the Northwest Climate Hub, the Climate Impacts Group, the Affiliated Tribes of the Northwest Indians, the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe, the Tulalip Tribes, Geos Institute, and Azavea, among others.
Questions? If you have questions, or are seeking additional information, see the attached position description and posting here (https://uppersnakerivertribes.org/employment-opportunities/) or here (https://adaptationinternational.com/careers). We look forward to hearing from you!