The TERO Department oversees construction con-tracts on Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation land, ensuring that Tribal Citizens are chosen as workers on applicable contracts and that Contractors are held accountable for their contracts. TERO achieves the goal of securing and sustaining Tribal Citizen Employment with job training and job placement programs. The primary function for TERO is to promote Indian preference. From employment to contracts with local businesses, TERO is here for the tribal community.
Services available to Tribal members
- Job Assistance
- Training Assistance
- Contract Enforcement
- TERO Workers
- Vender Applications
- Policy Enforcement
TERO is also tasked with assisting businesses in achieving compliance with hiring Native American qualified workers. We have compiled a library of useful TERO, employment, and job placement training (JP&T) documentation, for you to utilize in your on-going career. Feel free to use this information especially if you are just starting out.
- Career Opportunities at Tolowa Dee-ni' Nation
- TDN & L7 Job Application Form [.pdf]
- TERO Receipts Summary [.pdf]
- TERO Complaint Form [.pdf]
- Job Placement Assistance Packet [.pdf]
- TERO Permit Application **Updated [.docx]
- TERO Contractors Questionnaire [.pdf]
- On-Call Employment Application [.doc]
- TERO Job Placement and Training Policy [.pdf]
- TERO Code [.pdf]
- Xaa-wan'-k'wvt Resort and Village
- Cal Trans Pilot Project / MOU
- Searching the community for scholarships
- Surveys for training and assistance needs
- Amending the TERO Code
In 2016 there were 31 Tribal Citizens that received Direct Assistance and 7 for Vocational Assistance.
140 Rowdy Creek Rd.
Smith River, Ca. 95567