Updated April 15, 2019
This position will coordinate and implement domestic violence/sexual assault (DV/SA) prevention activities pursuant to program and grant objectives. Under general supervision, DV/SA Prevention Specialist will plan within the CFS program team, implement and deliver culturally responsive DV/SA prevention activities and, facilitate using an evidence-based curriculum domestic violence and sexual assault prevention for Native American with a minimal DV/SA intervention caseload that may be an outcome from DV/SA prevention services offered and with a high degree of independence in administering services and in using agency or community resources.
The DV/SA Prevention Specialist assists with unusual situations that do not have clear precedents or when clarification or interpretations of established policies/regulations are needed. Other functions performed are the development and delivery of staff and clientele training materials and working with the Tribal Community to plan and deliver effective human services programs that meet the needs of the community.
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Under the general supervision of the Director of Community & Family Services, the Family Services Program Manager will manage the day-to-day operations and oversee the Family Services Program to ensure smooth functioning of the Family Services Program in all areas to provide quality services to children and families, and to support the goals of the program. The Family Services Program Manager is responsible to ensure adequate systems are in place to maintain the highest quality of services to children and families in compliance with all applicable regulations and performance standards.
The Community and Family Services (CFS) Family Services Project Specialist will administer and coordinate the day-to-day activities of the Multi-Disciplinary Team and related Family Services for victims of crimes. 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 Project 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.
The Chief Financial Officer is a highly responsible Executive Level position within the structure of the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation Tribal Government. The individual occupying this position is responsible for supervising, planning, organizing, and directing all aspects of the financial accounting and reporting activities of the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation Tribal Government. The Chief Financial Officer is directly responsible for the accuracy and timeliness of all financial tracking and reporting systems, financial forecasting and analysis, and financial reports assigned and maintained by the Financial Department of the Tolowa Dee-ni’ nation. The Chief Financial Officer serves as a member of the Nation’s Executive Leadership Team and principle assistant
and advisor to the Executive Director and Tribal Council for analyzing and reviewing all financial aspects of the Nation and its component units.
The Director of the Natural Resources is under the general supervision of the Executive
Director and is responsible for the stewardship and the overall protection of the environment
through the effective management of the Natural Resources Department. The primary purpose
of the Natural Resources Department is to develop, implement and manage Natural
Resources goals, initiatives and programs for the purposes of stewardship of trust resources
and protection of the natural environment. The incumbent will be responsible for the day-to-day
administration of both technical and financial information that relates to the successful
implementation of program services within the Natural Resources Department.
Under the general supervision of the Teacher, the Classroom Aide will provide support
through classroom and playground supervision of children, preparation of materials for
learning activities, participate and guide children's learning activities. Assist in providing
a safe and sanitary environment for every child. The Classroom Aide will participate in
regular communication with staff concerning children and with parents/guardians as
directed by Teacher.
Under general supervision, the Administrative Assistant performs commonadministrative duties which may include: creating and typing reports, creating and implementing file systems and database systems, scheduling, and reading and responding to business and facsimiles correspondences. The Administrative Assistant is expected to work as part of a team to further the mission and goals of Tolowa Dee-ni' Nation and the Community and Family Services Department.
Tolowa Dee-ni' Nation is seeking an individual to work as the On-Site Manager for the 21 home Dat-
naa-svt Village. It is preferred that the applicant be part of a Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation household. The On-Site Manager will live at Dat-naa-svt, in one of the homes. The On-Site Manager helps all the
residents understand the Village rules and operations, community guidelines and expectations. While
the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation Housing Department will handle all rental paperwork and property
maintenance, the On-Site Manager is responsible for light maintenance issues that can be resolved
quickly and easily, particularly after 5:00 pm weekdays, and on weekends, when Housing Offices are
Under the direct supervision of the Nutrition Specialist, the Assistant Cook will provide
support in preparing, purchasing, storing, and serving food in accordance with
USDA/California Department of Education Nutrition Guidelines. The Assistant Cook
follows detailed instructions and procedures in accomplishing assignments.