Dine Development Corporation

  • Historian

    Job Locations US-NM-Albuquerque
    Posted Date 1 week ago(2/12/2019 3:45 PM)
  • Corporate Overview

    Dine Development Corporation (DDC), is a wholly-owned entity of the Navajo Nation, established in 2004 to provide economic benefits to the Navajo Nation. BRIC is a subsidiary of the Dine Development Corporation. DDC-BRIC is a SBA 8(a) SDB certified professional science and technical services firm with an exceptional team of seasoned scientists, engineers and technicians. We provide a broad base of resources that support cutting edge products and services and enhance our client's ability to manage their energy, environment, technology, and defense intelligence programs. BRIC serves as a trusted advisor for achieving and maintaining sustainable and long-term compliance with regulations that govern environment. The suite of services we offer spans all aspects of natural resource stewardship and EHS compliance including: natural resource management, cultural resource management, NEPA/CEQA compliance and environmental planning.


    The Historian will prepare forest histories for tribes in the southwest. The Historian will work with a technical editor and GIS specialist. The work will require researching archival material and soliciting information from federal agencies and tribes.


    *This will be a part-time position* 


    Skill Required:

    • Strong writing and communication skills are required 
    • Knowledge of relevant primary and secondary source material
    • Experience with archival research
    • Self-motivated• Detailed oriented


    Technical Skills Required: 

    • Proficiency in MSOffice is required



    Preferred: Training in forestry and/or natural resources, Native American studies


    At least five years of experience as a professional historian REQUIRED

    Certifications Required


    Education Requirements

    BA in history or related field; MA is preferred

    Certifications Preferred



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