OEAHC IS HIRING!
OEAHC - BOARD OF DIRECTORS OPENINGS
The Odawa Economic Affairs Holding Corporation (OEAHC) is seeking applicants who are interested in serving the OEAHC Board of Directors. There are currently four vacant seats on the Board. Two of the open seats must be filled by LTBB Tribal Citizens. All four vacant seats’ term length is three years and has the option to reapply at the end of the term.
What we do: The Board has sole responsibility for managing OEAHC and designated non-gaming enterprises and tribally charter corporations. The purpose of the corporation is to act as a general-purpose holding company that establishes uniformity and economic opportunities among the designated Tribally Chartered Corporations and LLCs by providing audit services, reporting requirements, meeting policy and procedures, negotiating fire and utility services, insurance coverages, and other administrative services. Currently, OEAHC is active in Property Management and Commercial Construction. OEAHC leases land to Lume Cannabis Co. in three locations, directly manages a Professional Office building, and shares ownership of Aki Construction with two other Michigan Tribes. OEAHC’s goal is to continue to grow the current assets and to diversify the corporation’s economic portfolio to bring back value to the Tribe. OEAHC is a for-profit organization.
Ideal candidates must have experience and/or knowledge as follows:
· Business, Accounting, Finance, Planning, or Administration
· Possess leadership qualities and show good judgment
· Team focused and able to work collaboratively with various business partners
If you are interested in serving on the OEAHC Board of Directors, please submit a resume and cover letter to Tribalchair@ltbbodawa-nsn.gov or hard copies to 7500 Odawa Circle, Harbor Springs, MI, 49740; Attn: Tribal Chair. LTBB Citizens, please attach a copy of your Tribal ID to your submission. The candidate will be required to pass a background check conducted by LTBB. For additional information or questions about OEAHC, please visit oeahc.com or ltbbodawa-nsn.gov; go to the Business and Community link to access the governing documents.