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Human Resources Director
Tolowa Dee-ni' Nation

140 Rowdy Creek Road
Smith River, CA 95567
Phone: 707-487-9255
Fax: 1-888-468-0134
Email: HR@tolowa.com

Updated Aug. 3, 2020

Title: Language Teacher II
Department: Education
FLSA: Exempt
Status: Full Time
Pay Grade: 8-9 ($22.14 – $34.93)
Supervisor: Education Director
Subordinates: No
Grant Funded: No
Position Summary: Under the supervision of the Education Director, the Mee-xwvtlh-yaa~-ne (Language Teacher II) oversees the Tolowa Dee-ni' Wee-ya' (Language) curriculum and teacher standards. The Language Teacher II will meet and/or exceed the Tolowa Dee-ni' Nation (TDN) Teacher Standards and Learner Standards, that promote language stabilization, fluency and usage. Duties include but are not limited to language revitalization, maintenance and successful implementation of curriculum and instruction. Leads and participates in linguistically diverse settings, meetings, trainings and community-based gatherings. The Language Teacher II is proficient and capable of researching, developing, and implementing effective teaching and curricular methodologies to meet the Dee-ni' Language Program standards. The language teacher is responsible for promoting the betterment of Wee-ya’ services, in an effort to meet the tribal goals of language revitalization and inclusivity.

Title: Tribal Resource Specialist - Habitat & Wildlife
Department: Community & Family Services
FLSA: Non-Exempt
Status: Full Time
Pay Grade: 7-8 ($19.88 – $31.01)
Supervisor: Habitat & Wildlife Program Manager
Subordinates: Yes
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, freshwater and marine resources. This position supports the efforts of numerous departments in carrying out the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation’s management responsibilities of trust and non-trust resources.