Administrative Assistant – Part Time
Gallup, New Mexico
Minimum educational requirement is a high school diploma or GED and one (1) year of general secretarial experience. Must be proficient in typing, strong writing and communication skills, and computer literate (Word XP, Excel, Internet – Database, Microsoft Outlook). Specifically seeking applicants able to communicate and interpret effectively in Navajo or Hopi.
Native American Disability Law Center is an equal opportunity /affirmative action employer. Preference is given to qualified Navajo, Hopi and other Native American applicants.
Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Closing Date: Opened Until Filled
To apply, send a complete Native American Disability Law Center application with Resume, Letter of Interest and 2 Letters of Recommendations
How to Apply for Open Positions
To apply for an employment opportunity with the Law Center, first download an employment application or email for a copy of the application.Then send your resume, cover letter, writing sample and the completed application via US Mail or email to:
Native American Disability Law Center
3535 E. 30th Street, Suite 201
Farmington, NM 87402
Law Clerk Positions and Fellowships
The Law Center occasionally hires current law school students as summer law clerks. If you are interested in a law clerk position, please contact the Law Center at the above address. Depending on your interests and the Law Center's legal needs, we may be able to place you for a summer position in one of our offices.
If you are near graduation or have recently graduated from law school and are interested in pursuing a fellowship to work with the Native American Disability Law Center, we welcome such interest. Again, please contact the Law Center at the above address.