Updated July 14, 2020
Title: Social Worker I or II
Department: Community & Family Services
Status: Full Time
Pay Grade: 7-8 ($18.88 – $29.82)
Supervisor: Program Manager
Grant Funded: Partial
Position Summary: Social Worker is a professional position responsible for providing a wide range of case management and supportive services to Indian families. They assist clients in understanding the causes of their problems and work with them to modify and change attitudes and behavior. Social workers assist families and individuals in developing case plans to address safety issues and to correct problems that create substantial risk factors. When necessary social workers may initiate court action to protect children and vulnerable adults. The overall responsibilities of the Social Worker include, but are not limited, to Child Welfare Services, Indian Child Welfare Act compliance, Senior Services, Alcohol & Substance Prevention programs, Family Violence Prevention Services, and other related programs as assigned. Duties may also include program administrative services, assistance in the budgeting process, coordinating and assisting in writing and administering grants. The Social Worker II or Program Manager assists Social Worker I with unusual situations that do not have clear precedents or when clarification or interpretations of established policies/regulations are needed. Employees work with a high degree of independence in administering services and in using agency or community resources; working independently toward established objectives. Other duties will require the development and delivery of staff and clientele training materials, working with the Tribal Community to plan and deliver effective human services that meet the needs of the community.
Title: Tribal Resource Technician - Marine
Department: Natural Resources
Status: Full Time
Pay Grade: 5 ($15.88-$22.00)
Supervisor: Tribal Resource Specialist - Marine
Grant Funded: Yes
Position Summary: This position collects, compiles, inputs, and manages information and data pertaining to tribal resources, including but not limited to; natural, cultural and marine resources. This position supports the efforts of numerous programs within the department in carrying out the Tolowa Dee-ni' Nation’s management responsibilities of trust and non-trust resources.