Thank you for visiting the Nansemond Indian Nation’s job and career opportunity page. We are excited to welcome a variety of talent to our team. As you begin your journey through available opportunities, a few things you should know are:
Please submit questions or your application (with cover letter and resume) electronically to: Administrator@Nansemond.gov. Please include the applicable position title in the subject line of your electronic correspondence. Original hard copies may be submitted to:
Nansemond Indian Nation
ATTN: Human Resources
1001 Pembroke Lane
Suffolk, VA 23434
Applications are not accepted in person.
Program Coordinator [Apply Here]
The Program Coordinator serves as a primary contact for the Nansemond Indian Nation with various federal agencies, coordinating and monitoring the Nation’s federal programs. They are responsible for coordinating environmental reviews, conducting program presentations, monitoring program activities and budgets, preparing grant reports, and maintaining records. The role involves liaising with the Tribal Administrator, staying updated on federal programs, processing applications, and researching funding sources. Additionally, the position assists with grant proposal preparation. This position has the possibility of a hybrid remote schedule.
Financial Manager [Apply Here]
Under the direction of the Tribal Administrator, the Financial Manager is responsible for the financial and accounting functions of the Nansemond Indian Nation. This includes hands-on processing of transactions (banking, accounts payable and receivable, invoicing, payroll, invoices, etc.) and ensuring compliance with the requirements of various federal grants. The individual is responsible for data entry, financial controls, bank and credit card reconciliations, generating regular financial reports, and analyzing financial information. This position also communicates with vendors and suppliers, creates and evaluates bid documentation, and manages budgets. Additionally, the role ensures the accuracy and security of financial records, supporting audits, and assisting in the development of funding proposals and grant documents.