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Human Resource Director
Tolowa Dee-ni' Nation

140 Rowdy Creek Road
Smith River, CA 95567
Phone: 707-487-9255
Email HR@tolowa.com
Fax: 888-468-9298

Updated January 14, 2020

Title: DV/SA Program Manager
Department: Community & Family Services
Status: Full-Time
Pay Grade: 8-9 ($21.14-$33.59)
Position Summary:
Under the general supervision of the Director of Community & Family Services, the DV/SA
Program Manager will manage the day-to-day operations and oversee the Domestic Violence
and Sexual Assault programs and projects to ensure smooth functioning, provide quality
services to individual clients their families, and support the goals of the program and CFS. The
DV/SA Program Manager is responsible to ensure adequate systems are in place to maintain
the highest quality services and that all work is completed in compliance with all applicable
regulations and performance standards.

Title: Education Coordinator 
Department: Head Start
Status: Full-Time
Pay Grade: 7-8 ($18.88-$29.82)
Position Summary:
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: Senior Planner
Department: Planning
Status: Full-Time
Pay Grade:  9-10 ($23.82 – $37.79) 
Position Summary:
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.