Updated October 2, 2019
Title: Alcohol & Drug Counselor
Department: Community & Family Services
Pay Grade: 6 - 7 ($16.85 - $26.62)
Under supervision of the Family Services Program Manager, the Alcohol & Drug (A&D) Counselor shall develop and maintain an outpatient alcohol and drug counseling program for eligible Indian adults and adolescents between the ages 12-17 who are affected directly or indirectly by alcohol or substance abuse. The Alcohol & Drug Counselor shall provide clinical social work services through treatment modalities such as crisis intervention, individual or group therapy and home visits to ameliorate, address and resolve psycho-social problems, particularly as they relate and interact with alcohol and substance abuse.
Title: Education Coordinator
Department: Head Start
Pay Grade: 7-8 ($18.88-$29.82)
This position is responsible for the collaborative development, implementation, management, support and evaluation of curriculum, instructional program, and staff development. Assures the compliance of all Head Start Program Performance Standards as they pertain to education and services for children and families.
Title: HELP Classroom Aide
Pay Grade: 3 ($11.27 – $15.91)
Under the general supervision of the Teacher, the Howonquet (Xaa-wan’-k’wvt) Early Learning Program, (HELP) 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 the Teacher.
Title: Housing Director
Pay Grade: 11-12 ($30.04 – $47.72)
The Housing Director will plan, organize, direct and coordinate housing development and other operational activities to implement Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation’s Tribal Housing Plans. The Housing Director, under the general direction of the Executive Director, will implement policies and general objectives. Accountable for results in terms of costs, methods and personnel is expected in the delivery of services in existing housing units, rehabilitation of family owned homes, and the construction of new homes.
Title: Senior Planner
Pay Grade: 9-10 ($23.82 – $37.79)
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.
Title: Social Worker I or II
Department: Community & Family Services
Pay Grade: 7-8 ($18.88 – $29.82)
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.