Policy Analyst (Stroud) #2016-15 Gathers and analyzes information concerning congressional and
administrative activities that affect the welfare of the SFN and its members and provides advice
regarding alternatives that exist in developing strategies and decisions concerning programs, policies,
budgets and any other areas of concern to the SFN. Researches, analyzes, directs, and monitors
national/congressional legislation affecting the SFN. Knowledge of the Code of Laws for the SFN.
Ability to interpret complicated legislative and/or agency rule/finding language to determine potential
, effect and impact on the SFN. Ability to write and submit congressional testimony on behalf of the
SFN. Ability to draft new legislative language and to edit existing legislative language for best possible
impact on priorities. Ability to effectively present priorities, strategy and positions of SFN to
appropriate congressional/agency staff. Ability to draft concise position statements and draft letters to
congressional/agency officials. Ability to read, analyze and interpret common specific and technical
journals, financial reports and legal documents. Ability to effectively present information to Business
Committee. Must have excellent analytical, verbal and writing skills. Must have strong presentation
skills. Must have strong administrative and computer skills. Must be able to multitask. Juris Doctorate
degree from an accredited law school. Five (5) years of related experience preferred. Applicant must
successfully pass an OSBI/National background check and Drug Screen. Preference in hiring is given to
qualified Native Americans. Applicants claiming Indian Preference must provide a copy of their CDIB.
Seeking immediate placement.