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Triia Project Manager

Native American Development Corporation
Billings, MT
  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Job Description
Salary: $50,000 to $56,000 per year

Job Summary:

The Triia Project Manager will be responsible for the project management of a grant which provides economic recovery, growth and global competitiveness of Native American artists. This position will oversee all aspects of the project, be responsible for developing action plans, managing the reporting and documentation of project milestones, adhering to the all principles of grant, maintaining a high degree of communication with community partners and strategically developing relationships that further the goals of the program. The Project Manager will need to work collaboratively to maintain and build relationships with agencies, artists and buyers to develop the project.


This position is established for the AIANNH Innovation and Entrepreneurship Strategic Initiative as set forth and will be funded in two phases over the next two years.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities and Expectations:

This role is responsible to oversee the program development of Triia, a brand-new marketplace developed to assist Native American artists by offering a sales platform as well as resources and tools to develop the business behind the art. This role is responsible to drive demand and cultivate the growth and evolution of the program. This role includes (but is not limited to) the following responsibilities:

  • Oversee the vision of the program and pro-actively find ways to grow and evolve it
  • Execute the vision and collaborate across the NADC organization, board of directors, artists, partners, agencies, etc.
  • Oversee Marketing efforts across all channels (social, website, events, promotions, etc.)
  • Identify, pitch and execute sales strategies to bring in revenue across sponsorship, donations, and artist membership.
  • Manage the overall budget and plan accordingly.
  • Partner and grow community awareness across Native communities.
  • Manage agencies, vendors and partners to perform against the program vision.
  • Implement goals and objectives according to grants and/or contracts with the COO.
  • Convene the Phase I Advisory Board and expand membership to include tourism.
  • Conduct outreach activities within the community to increase artist participation.
  • Lead participation in the on-demand Cultural Tourism Training with George Washington University.
  • Develop marketing campaign to attract consumers and geotourism platform to include interactive maps, Instagram galleries, interactive itineraries.
  • Coordinate, direct and provide entrepreneurship training to any Native American entrepreneur industry sector.
  • Participate in staff meetings and trainings as required or needed.
  • Prepare quarterly and annual reports as required by the COO.
  • Attend and represent NADC and TRIIA at required community meetings and events.
  • Perform other duties as assigned in order to meet NADC’s mission and the goals and objectives of the project.


Supervisory Duties:

Supervises and provides overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of work, including daily operations at the direction of the COO. This includes the following:

  • Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies, procedures and applicable laws.
  • Plans and directs work, ensuring that work schedules are adhered to and assigning specific duties. 
  • Responsible for interviewing, hiring, onboarding and training employees. Conducts staff evaluations, job performance management (including coaching/counseling), and corrective action.


Minimum Qualifications (Experience/Education):

  • Bachelor's degree in marketing, business management, or a related field or a minimum of two years of project management/leadership experience.
  • Preferred at least two years’ experience with the Native American population and Native Youth.
  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with others in order to achieve meaningful results.
  • Ability to present ideas, transmit information, and/or convey concepts to individuals or groups of people of varying educational, cultural, and experiential levels.
  • COVID-19 vaccination required.
  • Experience managing complex projects with grant requirements.

Native American Development Corporation


Billings, MT
59101 USA



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