Alaska Indigenous Policy Coordinator (Part-Time)


The Alaska Indigenous Policy Coordinator will serve as the primary facilitator of Businesses for Conservation and Climate Action’s (BCCA) Alaska Indigenous policy activities, ensuring internal & external consistency and delivering ideas, concepts, and materials to coalition members and policymakers.


The BCCA consultants team is a “flat-back” management structure, meaning each member of the team is accountable and holds accountable every other member of the team. As a group, the consultants work for and answer directly to the BCCA Steering Committee.

Primary Responsibilities
  • Cultivate and maintain an expanded coalition of Indigenous conservation leaders and activists to increase exposure and coordination/communication throughout the region
  • Work with Indigenous businesses and communities to create action oriented policies to uphold and forward Indigenous justice, equity, & enfranchisement in Alaska
  • Assist with the development of business case materials and coordinate the development of policy position papers and/or other external-facing documents focused on alaska and/or Indigenous issues

No stringent qualification requirements, but successful applicants will demonstrate ability and comfort to convene Tribes, Indigenous organizations, and stakeholder groups; read and digest policy; and communicate with a team both in writing and verbally.


Alaska – Remote


10 hours/week part-time/contract, compensation $30-$50/hour based on experience (negotiable).

How to Apply

Send cover letter, resume, contact information for three references (phone and email) to: with the subject line “BCCA Alaska Indigenous Policy Coordinator”



Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled, but ASBN encourages prospective candidates to apply immediately.

About BCCA and ASBN

Businesses for Conservation & Climate Action is an alliance of businesses striving to build and champion policies by, for, and with the Planet and the People.


Our work will be guided by a firm commitment to social equity, local and traditional wisdom, and triple bottom line solutions that restore social, ecological and economic health.

The American Sustainable Business Network (ASBN) partners with business organizations and companies to advocate for solutions and policies that support a just, sustainable, stakeholder economy. We are a multi-issue, business organization advocating on behalf of all sectors, sizes, and geographies of industry. ASBN and our association members collectively represent over 250,000 businesses across our network.


Our mission is to inform, connect, and mobilize business leaders and investors to transform the public and private sectors toward a just and sustainable economy.

ASBN does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. We seek a diverse pool of applicants and are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment.