The Director of the Great Lakes Indigenous Law Center (GLILC) articulates, implements, and communicates a long-range vision for the Center. Duties include the administration and management of the Great Lakes Indigenous Law Center, developing and teaching classes related to Federal Indigenous or tribal law, fundraising, obtaining grants, and promoting the work, image, and reputation of the GLILC.
Teach courses on Federal Indigenous Law, Tribal Law, or other legal subjects of importance regarding Native Nations and Indigenous people.
Formulate and articulate the Law School's vision, mission, and strategies for serving Native tribes in Wisconsin and beyond, as well as our students.
Develop and oversee courses, externships, initiatives, partnerships, and collaborations to achieve the goals of the Center.
Create, implement, and evaluate programs and services for communities we serve.
Communicate GLILC's vision, mission, and strategies to Native tribes in Wisconsin, the Midwest, and beyond, as well as to all constituencies of the Law school and University.
Promote the work, image, and reputation of the GLILC through public relations, marketing, advocacy, and other outreach.
Fundraise, including obtain gifts and grants to support the Center's goals.
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The University of Wisconsin Law School seeks entry-level and lateral candidates whose previous work experience or contributions can be characterized by excellence, distinction, and innovation in law, legal services, teaching, administration, or another field. Hiring rank will be commensurate with years of relevant experience. To be hired at the Associate or Full Teaching Professor level, candidates must have a record of excellent teaching and service.
Experience working with an Indigenous tribe in a professional capacity is preferred.
This vacancy is being announced simultaneously with Job #256905, Great Lakes Indigenous Law Center Director, Assist, Assoc or Full Professor; please note that only one vacancy exists. Having two job postings allows the UW Law School to consider candidates with both tenure-track faculty credentials and non-tenure-track faculty credentials for this position.
The official start date for this position will be Fall 2023 semester, but may start earlier by mutual agreement.
|How to Apply:
All applicants must submit an application electronically through the Jobs at UW website: https://jobs.wisc.edu/. To begin the application process at jobs.wisc.edu, please search for job 256906 or 256905, and click on the "Apply Now" button. You will be asked to upload the following as one complete file upload:
1. CV - Required
2. Letter of Interest - Required
3. List of References - Optional
Review of applications through the Jobs at UW website will begin immediately and continue through the full consideration date. The deadline for ensuring full consideration is October 9, 2022; however, the position will remain open and applications may be considered until the position is filled.