Updated June 13, 2019
Under the Supervision of the TERO Director, the Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) Supervisor, will be responsible for the supervision of the SYEP crew and will assist various departments along with the community throughout the summer. This program teaches skill building, job training for future employment, mock interviews and basic job skills. This position follows a schedule that is outdoors majority of time. Tolowa Dee-ni' Nation is seeking individuals who are reliable and have a positive attitude. This will be an eight week program.
Under the general supervision of the Planning Director, the incumbent performs research, project and program analysis, grant preparation, writing, and monitoring activities in support of the Tribe’s advanced planning and program implementation activity; responsible for the initial implementation of specific programs; conducts project management activities to insure compliance with project goals and objectives, maintains project budgets, helps track information on specific Notices of Funding Availability, responsible for specific long term planning activities and projects for the benefit of the Tribe in accordance with the strategic planning documents approved by Council; as a member of a staff team, helps to organize and provide support for community meetings on specific issues; assists with the preparation of formal reviews of projects or undertakings and prepares recommendations for specific action to the Tribal Council.
The Human Resources (HR) Director originates and leads HR services, policies, practices, and objectives that provide a team member oriented, high performance culture that emphasizes quality, productivity standards, goal accomplishments, and the recruitment and ongoing development of a strong workforce with a focus on Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation tribal members. The ideal candidate has HR leadership and maintains Senior Professional Human Resources (SPHR) or Tribal Resources Professional Certification (THRP), maintains active affiliation with appropriate HR networks and organizations, and has specialized training or experience in one or more of the following areas: employment law, compensation, organizational planning, organizational development, employee relations, and labor relations.
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 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.