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Terri Camarena

Human Resource Manager
Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation

140 Rowdy Creek Rd
Smith River, CA 95567
Phone: 707-487-9255 ext 1215
Email terri.camarena@tolowa.com
Fax: 888-468-9298

Gail Viellieux

Human Resource Manager
Lucky 7 Casino

350 N. Indian Rd.
Smith River, CA 95567
Phone: 707-487-7777 ext 2611
Email gail.viellieux@lucky7casino.com
Fax: 707-487-9317

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES AS OF DECEMBER 3, 2016


Position Summary

The core responsibility of this position is the administrative functions of the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation Tribal Court and responsibility for insuring that all administrative aspects are operating effectively and efficiently.  In addition, the Court Administrator is responsible for preparing the court budget, overseeing court reports, managing all court records and documents, juror/witness management and assisting the public with the procedures of the court.


Responsibilities

  • Maintain records of all Tribal Court proceedings to include the identification of Court files, Tribal Court rulings, jury decisions, findings, orders, pleadings, judgments, and any others facts or circumstances decided by the Court staff or deemed of importance by the Court Administrator.
  • Accountable for the administration of program budgets, including but not limited to, the development and submission of annual budgets, project development costing, forecasting of expenses, and related budgetary duties.
  • Maintain a working calendar and notify all parties concerned regarding postponements, cancellations, and rescheduling of Court activities.
  • Account for and record fines, fees, and other monies and properties taken into custody for the Tribal Court.
  • Prepare and insure service of notices, summons, subpoenas, warrants, rulings, findings, opinions, and orders as prescribed by the Code, or as may be designated by the Tribal Court Administrator.
  • Assist all persons or organizations with business before the Court so as to insure the efficient operation of the Tribal Court.  Such assistance may include, but is not limited to help with the preparation of papers to be filed with the Tribal Court, however, shall not give advice on questions of law, nor shall appear or act on behalf of any person in any Tribal Court proceedings.
  • Collect statistical information needed to manage operations for presentation and as required or requested.
  • Attend all sessions of the Tribal Court to administer oaths, witness execution of documents, and keep an accurate accounting of all court hearings to include transcribing court minutes from tape recordings and to otherwise assist the Court staff in the conduct of the Court.
  • Provide copies of documents in Tribal Court files to authorized persons upon request and upon receipt of charge therefore to be prescribed by the Code to cover costs of such services; provided, however, there shall be no charge for service to the Judge of the Court and provided, further, no copies of documents or material shall be provided from files which are to be kept confidential or unavailable for public inspection pursuant to any provisions of the Code or other ordinance of the Tribal Council or if prohibited by any Court Order.
  • Provide security for all files, documents, and materials filed with or in the custody of the Tribal Court, and insuring that they are not removed from the offices of the Tribal Court except upon the specific instruction of a Judge of the Tribal Court.
  • Perform a variety of responsible clerical support duties and such other duties related to the operation of the Court.
  • Prepare and insure service of notices, summons, subpoenas, warrants, rulings, findings, opinions, and orders as prescribed by the Code or as may be designated.
  • Perform difficult court clerical work involving independent judgment and requiring a high level of accuracy.
  • Compile and arrange data; prepare clear reports.
  • Understand, interpret, and apply laws, rules and written instructions.
  • Keep confidential records and adhere to the Privacy Act of 1974, {U.S.C. § 552A} as amended.
  • Effectively meet the public in situations requiring tact and poise.
  • Establish and maintain cooperative relations with the public, Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation employees, and employees of other public and private agencies.
  • Effectively communicate both verbally and in writing.
  • Perform arithmetical computations and learn specific clerical procedures.
  • Temporary or permanent duties and responsibilities may be added to, or modified as deemed necessary.


Position Summary

The Community and Family Services (CFS) Program Technician will administer and coordinate the day to day activities of the assigned Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault project. Duties include, but are not limited to: counsel and assist clients, provide financial, life-skills, parenting and other training services; assist clients in accessing Tribal and other assistance programs; issuing payment requests and requests for expenditures; prepare and submit reports (financial and otherwise) in accordance with program and grant guidelines; assist, attend and participate in outreach activities as scheduled. The Program Specialist may also accompany clients to court appearance, medical appointments and other appointments as necessary to provide support. This position works under moderate supervision in administering services and in using agency or community resources while working independently toward established objectives.


Responsibilities

  • Possess a working knowledge of Human Services Programs.
  • Create positive working relationship with clients and their families.
  • Vigorously protect client confidentiality
  • Maintain and protect client and worker safety.
  • Maintain documentation of activities in accordance with departmental and funding agency requirements while maintaining utmost client confidentiality.
  • Utilize and maintain computerized systems to carry out assigned duties.
  • Act as liaison between client and community partners and other helping agencies; assist client in obtaining services from other agencies.
  • Prepare periodic reports for the Department and/or administration.
  • Exercise prudent judgment in applying policy, procedure, regulations and laws.
  • Temporary or permanent duties and responsibilities may be added to, or modified as deemed necessary.


Position Summary

Under the supervision and direction of the Program Manager, Nutrition Specialist the will provide support in the nutrition component of Head Start by cooking, cleaning and ordering supplies and shopping for preparation of site meals.  Employee follows detailed instructions and procedures in accomplishing assignments.  The Nutrition Specialist will also complete all necessary documents and remain in compliance with the CACFP, Head Start and CCDF program guidelines and requirements.


Responsibilities

  • Prepare breakfast and lunch for a least 50 children, ages 3-5 years old.
  • Provide bi-weekly nutrition education in classroom and to daily IMIL activities.
  • Shop for groceries and kitchen supplies, maintain inventory of supplies.
  • Complete menus, shopping lists, food budget, daily meals and other forms/documents necessary for accounting requirements.
  • Adhere to sanitation and safety requirements of the nutrition component.
  • Attend training conferences/meetings with site staff and parents to keep abreast of current requirements.
  • Encourage parental/guardian involvement in nutrition program.
  • Provide for safety of children.
  • Implement cultural foods into menu planning.
  • Prepare food and supplies for field trips.
  • Attend all field trips to facilitate food distribution and assist staff.
  • Maintenance of kitchen facilities, equipment and program.
  • Ability to judge food quantity.
  • All other duties as assigned by Program Manager or Program Coordinator.
  • Temporary or permanent duties and responsibilities may be added to, or modified as deemed necessary.


Position Summary

The Director of the Natural Resources Department is responsible for overseeing the overall protection of the environment located on and around the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation's land base.  The incumbent reports directly to the Chief Operating Officer and works closely with local, State, Federal, private sector agencies as well as the general public on sensitive environmental issues that affect the local area and its surrounding communities.  The incumbent will be responsible for the day-to-day administration of both technical and financial information that relates to the deliverance of program services within the Natural Resources Department.  The primary purpose of the program is to develop and improve the environment of the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation. The position is also responsible for directing innovative tribal programs and services that meet the needs of the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation.


Responsibilities

  • Oversees contracted work, including writing scopes of work, requesting multiple quotes for projects, and issuing task orders for projects.  Approves final work product and requests for payment.
  • Oversees all aspects of environmental services to ensure members are served in an efficient and professional manner.
  • Works to resolve environmental problems that may occur through planning and communication with other environmental protection professionals.  Performs special assignments to collect and analyze data and to develop follow-up reports on the strategic objectives of the projects.
  • Organizes meetings between the Environmental Protection Agency, Chief Operating Officer and Tribal Council to discuss policies, procedures, planning and direction of specific projects.
  • Responsible for overseeing the management of the Nation’s Community Water and Wastewater Treatment facilities and infrastructures, including system compliance assurance in meeting all governing environmental codes and regulation.
  • Works closely with the Grants and Contracts Department to assist in the development of technical assistance grants, EPA grants and enforcement oversight to Tribal Council.  Will evaluate systems; make recommendations for improvements and implementation of changes.
  • Works closely with the Chief Operating Officer, all personnel and outside agencies to coordinate all program activities.  Oversees adequacy and soundness of the organization and departmental financial structure.
  • Lead administrator for all Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation Natural Resources staff and programs, both on and off-Reservation.
  • Responsible to provide oversight and supervision for the Nation’s programmatic efforts in Fisheries and Natural Resources management, Fish and wildlife habitat protection and enhancement, Forestry, Hunting, Environmental Planning, and Disaster/Emergency services.
  • Responsible for yearly budget formulation, preparation and oversight for all Natural Resources grants and programs, including Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) General Assistance Program (GAP), EAP Clean Water Act § 106, Clean Water Act § 319, recycling, and emergency response.
  • Organizes meetings between the EPA, Chief Operating Officer, Tribal Council and all personnel and outside agencies to coordinate all program activities and to ensure that Tribal sovereignty over environmental matters is maintained and consistent with program activities.
  • Coordinate all environmental issues pertaining to bringing Tribal Fee Properties into Trust status.  Project management on process and point of contact for consultants assisting in environmental activity.
  • Coordinates with Cultural Department for protection of Cultural and Historically sensitive sites, on and off Reservation.
  • Assigned as Tribal Emergency Response Coordinator for the Nation, insuring Tribal Emergency Operations Plan (EOP), Hazard Mitigation Plan (HMP) and Threat Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment (THIRA) are current.  Other duties that are required by this position include:  Arranging and facilitating Tribal Emergency Response Committee Meetings, including communication, transportation, securing emergency supplies for the Nation, keeping TERT Members, Tribal Members and Community members trained and informed on emergency issues.  Representing TDN at various emergency related trainings, meetings and exercises.
  • Must be able to plan and administer numerous grant funded programs, i.e. grant negotiations, preparing financial and grant documentation, performing reconciliations between differing types of financial records, oversight and evaluation of the program under the supervision of the Chief Operating Officer.
  • Responsible for all grant reporting and monthly reports to Tribal Council and Executive Staff.
  • Temporary or permanent duties and responsibilities may be added to, or modified as deemed necessary.


Position Summary

Knowledge of residential construction and remodeling trades, practices, procedures, techniques, tools and equipment, materials, specifications, quality control, cost control, and safety.  Proficient at the following tasks: stain-grade trim work, hang doors, drill and set door hardware, set windows, layout for stairs and common rafters, read blueprints, utilize appropriate math skills.  Mathematical skills and analytical skills necessary to do material estimates.


Responsibilities

  • Constructs, erects, installs, and repairs structures and fixtures of wood, plywood, and wallboard, using carpenter’s hand tools and power tools, and conforming to local building codes.
  • Studies blueprints, sketches, or building plans for information pertaining to type of material required, such as lumber or fiberboard, and dimensions of structure or fixture to be fabricated.  Selects specified type of lumber or other materials.
  • Prepares layout, using rule, framing square, and calipers.  Marks cutting and assembly lines on materials, using pencil, chalk, and marking gauge.  Shapes material to prescribed measurements, using saws, chisels, and planes.  Assembles cut and shaped materials and fastens them together with nails, dowel pins, or glue.  Verifies trueness of structure with plumb bob and carpenter’s level.
  • Erects framework for structures and lays sub-flooring.  Builds stairs and lay out and installs partitions and cabinet work.  Covers sub-floor with building paper to keep out moisture and lays hardwood, parquet, and wood-strip-block floors by nailing floors to sub-floor or cementing them to mastic or asphalt base.
  • Applies shock-absorbing, sound-deadening, and decorative paneling to ceilings and walls.
  • Fits and installs prefabricated window frames, doors, doorframes, weather stripping, interior and exterior trim, and finish hardware, such as locks, letter-drops, and kick plates.
  • Constructs forms and chutes for pouring concrete.
  • Erects scaffolding and ladders for assembling structures above ground level.  May weld metal parts to steel structural members.
  • Examines and inspects work progress, equipment and construction sites to verify safety and ensures that inspections are properly conducted and the project remains within code and design specifications.
  • Read specifications, such as blueprints to determine construction requirements.
  • Estimates and plans material and worker requirements such as the installation and equipment purchases/use to complete the job.
  • Posses a working knowledge of (1) HUD housing programs (2) TDN Housing Department and local housing programs.
  • Must have basic understanding of Federal Statutes and Regulations that govern HUD/Housing Authority programs.
  • Maintains confidentiality on all matters of the TDN Housing Department.
  • Support overall operations by assisting in other tasks as directed by the Housing Director and/or the Chief Operating Officer.
  • Temporary or permanent duties and responsibilities may be added to, or modified as deemed necessary.


Position Summary

This position is on the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation. This position serves as an Environmental Protection Technician with the Natural Resources Department.

All Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation (formerly known as Smith River Rancheria) employees must submit to a background check and abide by all Tribal, federal, and state laws. All employees must comply with Smith River Rancheria drug free workplace policy and will be subject to pre-employment, for-cause, and post-accident drug and alcohol testing.


Responsibilities

  • Works under the close supervision of a higher grade employee who provides specific, detailed instruction on all assignments.
  • Employee works as instructed and consults supervisor on all matters not specifically covered in initial instructions.
  • Work is spot-checked in progress and is reviewed upon completion for accuracy, adequacy, and adherence to instruction and established procedures.
  • Other duties may be assigned, changed, added to or deleted at the sole discretion of the Natural Resources Director.
  • Type labels, reports, letters, newsletters, and files documents as required.
  • Assist with grant preparation and management, not limited to research, typing, copying, mailing and financial tracking.
  • Enter data into prepared spreadsheets.
  • Assist with the coordination of events.
  • Field inquires as necessary.
  • Independently manage straightforward program or portions of programs, as directed.
  • Perform research for grants and programs using telephone, internet, written and onsite information sources.
  • Accompany Natural Resources Director and perform alone on site visits and field surveys. Perform field collection of data independently.
  • Attend trainings and meetings as directed.
  • Position requires occasional overnight travel. Requires the ability to drive 7 hours within a 24 hour period.
  • Temporary or permanent duties and responsibilities may be added to, or modified as deemed necessary.


Position Summary

The Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) – National Park Service (NPS), passed in 1990, provides a process for museums, state and local governments, and Federal agencies to return certain Native American cultural items to lineal descendants, culturally affiliated tribes, and Native Hawaiian organizations. These cultural items are ancestral remains, funerary objects associated and unassociated, sacred objects, and objects of cultural patrimony.

The Repatriation Coordinator is responsible for keeping the Nation in compliance with the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act through the completion of grant deliverables. The Repatriation Coordinator is responsible for the management of the Nation’s collection. The Repatriation Coordinator will manage the entire collection by facilitating the permanent and temporary location of the collection, managing the collection database (Past Perfect), and ensuring proper storage and maintenance of items in the collection.


Responsibilities

  • Implementation of NAGPRA regulations, including the development and maintenance of inventories, summaries, notices and supporting documentation for the tribe’s program.
  • Developing and maintaining relationships with Tribal representatives regarding NAGPRA sensitive collections, conducting formal consultations, establishing culturally appropriate guidelines for handling and curation of human remains, funerary objects, sacred objects and objects of cultural patrimony, and facilitating visits and transfers and/or repatriation claims.
  • Managing communications with National NAGPRA and other institutions, and the media about this program.
  • Facilitate collaboration, communication and consultation with Tolowa Dee-ni' Nation departments and programs as necessary.
  • Establishes a database for all NAGPRA letters of inventory; consults with/visits museums, institutions, and repositories holding NAGPRA materials and objects and complete current grant program scope of work.
  • Submit and facilitate repatriation claims as set forth by the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation and the National Register Standards.
  • Facilitate educational opportunities to increase community awareness of NAGPRA and curation techniques.
  • Participate as a stakeholder representative of the Nation in the North Coast NAGPRA Coalition.
  • Serve as point of contact for the acquisition, procurement, loan of any potential addition to the Nation’s collection.
  • Facilitate Tr’vm-dan’ Committee meetings.
  • Inventory, maintenance and upkeep and location of objects and records in the Nation’s collection through use of the Tribal Collection Database Management System (Past Perfect), including but not limited to baskets, regalia and archaeological objects, photos and documents.
  • Management of collection environment to ensure proper preservation of collection.
  • Available to work outside normal business hours, travel and attend meetings.
  • Temporary or permanent duties and responsibilities may be added to, or modified as deemed necessary.


Position Summary

Performs a range of basic office support activities for the Tribal Administrative Office, such as answering phones and directing calls, greeting and directing visitors, answering questions and performing routine clerical, data entry and/or word processing work as assigned. Employee may be assigned to any department on a rotating basis as need arises.

All Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation employees must submit to a background check and abide by all Tribal, federal, and state laws. All employees must comply with Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation drug free workplace policy and will be subject to pre-employment, random, for-cause, and post-accident drug and alcohol testing.


Responsibilities

  • Answers telephones, routes calls, takes messages and provides general information; greets and directs visitors; answers routine inquires; maintains log of inquires as required. Primarily responsible to open, route, and log incoming and outgoing mail and Fax’s, distributes correspondence and other material to department staff.
  • Performs a variety of routine typing assignments as appropriate to the position; operates a personal computer to draft basic correspondence, enter data, and print letters, labels, reports, and/or other materials; types and mails form letters.
  • Copies and/or duplicates materials as requested; may oversee day-to-day operation of the copy machine; prepares and transmits facsimiles for the Tribal Office.
  • Establishes, maintains, processes, and/or updates files, records, and/or other documents, as directed.
  • May schedule or assist in scheduling Howonquet Hall Community Center and Rowdy Creek Park.
  • Responsible for maintaining the kitchen in a clean and orderly fashion. Cleaning out the refrigerator and the microwave weekly.
  • Sending out the employee Birthday announcements by email. Keeping the live plants watered in the office and on the front deck.
  • Maintaining the public garbage bags, including inventory.
  • Mail pick-up and drop-off at the Casino as a backup to the office assistant.
  • Making the weekly courtesy calls to committee members as requested.
  • Writing receipts and maintaining receipt books as well as monitoring cash required by the Fiscal department.
  • Draft PRF’s and PO’s as required.
  • Manages the merchandise for sale. Report to Office Assistant when we need to increase inventory.
  • May run various routine errands, as required, for the Tribal Office or any department Temporary or permanent duties and responsibilities may be added to, or modified as deemed necessary.


Position Summary

The Agriculture Enterprise Specialist is a year-round, full-time position investigating the feasibility of establishing tribal agriculture enterprise on land owned by the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation. The Specialist will develop a feasibility study for a Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation Food Hub and Farmer Training Program. This is a USDA grant funded position. Primary grant objectives are to increase access to local foods in Del Norte county and develop agriculture enterprise options for the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation.


Responsibilities

  • Conduct a feasibility study for the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation to establish a Food Hub and Farmer Training Program on tribal land.
  • Document current produce farming operations in the greater Smith River area and quantify the potential for growth in this local industry.
  • Develop an economic strategy for using the Food Hub and Farmer Training Program to bring revenue to the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation and to create local farming and food economic opportunities for the greater Smith River area.
  • Identify how the Food Hub and Farmer Training Program can best be used to facilitate farm-to- institution sales for local farmers.
  • Investigate how the Food Hub and Farmer Training Program can best support an increase in the access to and consumption of locally produced food.
  • Identify means of using the Food Hub and Farmer Training Program to transfer tribal food culture through generations.
  • Other duties may be assigned as necessary to support Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation food and farming projects.
  • Temporary or permanent duties and responsibilities may be added to, or modified as deemed necessary.


Position Summary

This position collects, compiles, inputs, and manages information and data pertaining to Tribal resources, including but not limited to; natural, cultural, freshwater and marine resources. This position supports the efforts of numerous departments in carrying out the Tribe's co-management responsibilities.


Responsibilities

  • Ability to research, present findings, and make recommendations in a clear and logical manner, often in a controversial environment to Tribal, local, state and federal agencies as necessary.
  • Prepare written and oral reports and presentations.
  • Conduct GPS data collection pertaining to natural, cultural, freshwater and marine resources.
  • Data collection of water quality and other ecological factors related to habitat assessment of coastal shoreline and estuaries within aboriginal territory.
  • Deploy, maintain, and download data from water quality sondes.
  • Enter data into prepared spreadsheets.
  • Willing to assist with Hatchery operations.
  • Assist and participate in cultural resource field surveys.
  • Attend trainings and meetings as directed.
  • Have or obtain Boater’s Safety Certification
  • Incorporate aspects of culture and language in projects.
  • Work collaboratively with other agencies and entities on projects.
  • Participate in learning exchanges for the purposes of expanding knowledge in co-management efforts.
  • Temporary or permanent duties and responsibilities may be added to, or modified as deemed necessary.


Position Summary

This position is a responsible staff position within the Public Works and Facilities (PWF) Department and responsible to the Natural Resources Director. The PWF Manager is also responsible for the daily operations of the Community Water System and Wastewater Treatment Facility in compliance with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the California Regional Water Quality Control Board (CRWQCB). The PWF Manager responsibility is to assist the Natural Resources Director with research, collection of monthly routine bacteriological and yearly EPA required water samples from various locations on Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation Howonquet Community Water System and CRWQCB required wastewater monitoring and sampling from the Wastewater Treatment Facility. Submits samples for analysis, issues reports and provides data input following the requirements of the EPA and CRWQCB.


Responsibilities

  •  Responsible for all Tribal assets overall maintenance, to include but is not limited to, grounds keeping, housekeeping, building maintenance and repairs to facility structure, and building modifications.
  • Ensure compliance with required rules and regulations in order to protect and preserve assets of the Tolowa Dee-ni' Nation.
  • Practice and promote all safety standards and regulations at all times.
  • Responsible for developing, initiating, and enforcing all department policies and procedures.
  • Responsible for all equipment used in the performance of duties.
  • Maintains inventory of supplies and equipment.
  • Responsible for preparing designated properties and areas for all youth and cultural programs.
  • Oversees maintenance of cemeteries and assists tribal members as needed and/or directed to prepare memorial services.
  • Supervision, direction and discipline, of the entire Public Works and Facilities staff.
  • Responsible for overall repairs and maintenance of Howonquet Community Water System and the Waste Water Treatment Plant.
  • Establish and maintain a good working relationship with outside consultant for various situations such as electrical, plumbing, etc.
  • Exercise the full range of supervisory duties. Perform overall work schedules, personally discuss the progress of work and problem areas as they arise. Recommend employee training and ensure that training opportunities are provided. Resolve complaints or minor grievances, and advise employees on matters related to less than adequate performances. Keep employees informed of management policies and goals for the PWF Department.
  • Responsible for the PWF Department budget.
  • Collect water samples, conduct research, complete analyses, perform quality checks, and complete data input for Howonquet Community Water System and the Wastewater Treatment Facility.
  • Report and interpret information obtained during monitoring and sampling to the necessary staff.
  • Prepare documents and correspondence required under the governing codes and regulations of the EPA and the CRWQCB.
  • Assumes responsibility for the safety of the finished water supplied to customers of the Howonquet Community Water System and required water quality of the Wastewater Treatment Facility.
  • Reads and records monthly water meter usage and submits to Fiscal Department.
  • Oversees repairs and maintains system equipment, including water lines, water meters, valves, pumps, tanks and other appurtenances necessary to deliver safe, quality metered water to customers.
  • Oversees repairs and maintains system equipment, including gravity lines, force mains, meters, valves, pumps, tanks, drain field and other appurtenances necessary to provide safe, quality effluent for disposal.
  • Responsible for daily monitoring/recording activities, monthly fluoride and bacteriological testing, coordinates and collects all yearly samples as required by the EPA.
  • Responsible for daily monitoring/recording activities and monthly monitor well testing, and coordinates and collects all data as required by the CRWQCB.
  • Work closely with and have frequent communications with the EPA, CRWQCB and other similar governing agencies.
  • May be required to oversee daily tasks of PWF staff on a variety of tasks and projects.
  • Support Overall Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation operations by assisting in other tasks as directed by the Natural Resources Director.
  • Temporary or permanent duties and responsibilities may be added to, or modified as deemed necessary.


Position Summary

This position is a responsible staff position within the Public Works & Facilities (PWF) Department and responsible to the PWF Manager.   This position serves as a maintenance person to provide adequate upkeep and maintenance of tribally owned buildings and properties by performing a variety of duties to ensure a safe and comfortable environment for Tribal Members and employees.

 

This position is also responsible for the daily operations of the Community Water System and Wastewater Treatment Facility in compliance with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the California Regional Water Quality Control Board (CRWQCB). The Utility Operator Technician I responsibility is to assist the Utility Operator Technician II with research, collection of monthly routine bacteriological and yearly EPA required water samples from various locations on Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation Howonquet Community Water System and CRWQCB required wastewater monitoring and sampling from the Wastewater Treatment Facility. Submits samples for analysis, issues reports and provides data input following the requirements of the EPA and CRWQCB


Responsibilities

  •  Cleaning and janitorial services on Tribal property. Solid waste (trash) disposal. Switch leach fields as required every six months to ensure adequate drainage of disposed waste water.
  • Maintains buildings, performing minor and routine painting and repairs. Repair fences, gates, walls and walks.
  • Maintains grounds at all Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation facilities on Tribal property.
  • Responsible for all equipment and the maintenance of equipment. Pickup truck is available to transport materials and is included as part of equipment for maintenance purposes.
  • Prepare designated properties and dance house for Nee-dash and Honor Our Children programs. Maintenance of trail leading to Prayer Rock.
  • Maintains Howonquet and Yontocket Cemetery and assists Tribal Members as needed and/or directed to prepare for funerals.
  • Support Overall Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation operations by assisting in other tasks as directed by the PWF Manager.


Position Summary

This position is a responsible staff position within the Public Works and Facilities (PWF) Department and responsible to the PWF Manager. This position serves as a maintenance person to provide adequate upkeep and maintenance of Tribally-owned buildings and properties by performing a variety of duties to ensure a safe and comfortable environment for Tribal Members and employees. The employee is expected to work as a part of a team to further the goals of the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation. This position will oversee work of the Maintenance Team as directed.

 

This position is also responsible for the daily operations of the Community Water System and Wastewater Treatment Facility in compliance with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the California Regional Water Quality Control Board (CRWQCB). The Utility Operator Technician II responsibility is to assist the PWF Manager with research, collection of monthly routine bacteriological and yearly EPA required water samples from various locations on Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation Howonquet Community Water System and CRWQCB required wastewater monitoring and sampling from the Wastewater Treatment Facility. Submits samples for analysis, issues reports and provides data input following the requirements of the EPA and CRWQCB.


Responsibilities

  • Cleaning and janitorial services on Tribal property. Solid waste (trash) disposal.
  • Maintains buildings, performing minor and routine painting and repairs.
  • Repair fences, gates, walls and walks.
  • Maintain grounds at all Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation facilities on Tribal property.
  • Responsible for all equipment used in the performance of duties. A tribal vehicle is available to transport materials to and from different jobs. Also, maintains inventory of supplies and equipment.
  • Maintains cemeteries and assist Tribal Members, as directed, to prepare for memorial services.
  • Support Overall Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation operations by assisting in other tasks as directed by the PWF Manager.

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