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Human Resources Department
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 June 18, 2021

Title: Associate Tribal Attorney
Department: Justice Department
FLSA: Exempt
Status: Full Time
Pay Grade: 12-13 ($75,233-$117,686)
Supervisor: General Counsel
Subordinates: Yes
Grant Funded: No
Position Summary: Under the supervision from the General Counsel the ATA serves the Tolowa Dee-ni' Nation in the administration of the legal affairs of the government, departments and enterprises. The Associate Tribal Attorney will complete professional assignments provides legal advice and representation to the Nation as directed by the General Counsel. Manages assigned caseload, ensures that applicable laws are followed, and that tribal sovereignty is protected and enhanced.

Title: CFS Project Specialist (Family/Victim Advocate)
Department: Community & Family Services
FLSA: Non-Exempt
Status: Full Time
Pay Grade: 5-6 ($16.88-$25.76)
Supervisor: Victim Services Program Manger
Subordinates: No
Grant Funded: Yes
Position Summary: The Community and Family Services (CFS) Project Specialist will administer and coordinate the day-to-day activities of the assigned grant project and related Services for victims of crimes. Duties include, but are not limited to: counsel and assist clients, provide financial, life-skills and other training services; assist clients in accessing Tribal and other assistance programs; issuing payment requests and requests for expenditures; prepare and submit reports (financial and otherwise) in accordance with program and grant guidelines; assist, attend and participate in outreach activities as scheduled. The Project Specialist may also accompany clients to court appearances, medical appointments and other appointments as necessary to provide support. This position works under moderate supervision in administering services and in using agency or community resources while working independently toward established objectives.

Title: Data Technician
Department: Records
FLSA: Non-Exempt
Status: Full Time
Pay Grade: 5 ($16.88-$23.00) 
Supervisor: Gov't Systems & Records Director
Subordinates: No
Grant Funded: Yes
Position Summary: This position provides support to the K’ap-mvn’ Project including entering and collecting data from on-line and print sources; assists in developing surveys, power points and reports; maintains data base systems including retrieval systems for integration into reports. Performs related work as required. Seeking self-motivated person who is detail oriented, organized and able to meet deadlines.

 

Title: Family Lifeway Coordinator
Department: Education
FLSA: Non-Exempt
Status:  Part-Time
Pay Grade: 7-8 ($20.88-$32.01)
Supervisor: HS Manager
Subordinates: None
Grant Funded: Yes
Position Summary: This position is responsible for the collaborative development, implementation, and management of family services and cultural lifeways. This position will ensure the partnership between the Education and Community & Family Services Department is effective, efficient and results in positive outcomes for children and families. This position will comply with Head Start Performance Standards as they pertain to family services and Tolowa Dee-ni' Wee-ya' for children and their families.

Title: Human Resources Generalist
Department: Human Resources
FLSA: Non-Exempt
Status: Full Time
Pay Grade: 7-8 ($20.88-$32.01)
Supervisor: Human Resources Director
Subordinates: No
Grant Funded: No
Position Summary: Under the direction and review of the Human Resources Director, the Human Resources Generalist administers the Tolowa Dee-ni' Nation (TDN) health programs. The position must provide a wide range of support, including possessing the ability to interact with staff and be able to work in a fast paced and sometimes pressured environment, while remaining flexible, proactive, resourceful, and efficient. This position must sustain a high level of professionalism and confidentiality while maintaining attention to detail.

 

Title: Language Specialist I
Department: Education
FLSA: Non-Exempt
Status: Full Time
Pay Grade: 5-6 ($16.88-$25.76)
Supervisor: Language Teacher II
Subordinates: No
Grant Funded: Yes
Position Summary: The Language Specialist I will become proficient with oral and written Tolowa Dee-ni' language by using creative methods to promote language fluency. The specialist will attend linguistically diverse settings, meetings, and gatherings. The specialist will learn effective teaching methods and participate in curriculum development. The primary duties will include assistance in development and implementation of language programs and working with the Tribal Community. The specialist will assist Language Teachers in tasks for daily department activities while providing group and individual assistance with language promotion and usage. The specialist will develop and publish a YouTube channel for the Tolowa Dee-ni' Language as well as other forms of social media.  The specialist will also perform skilled abilities with Tolowa Dee-ni' cultural events and activities that promote, sustain, and implement the Tolowa Dee-ni' language, heritage, and values.

 

Title: Self-Sufficiency Program Manager
Department: Community & Family Services
FLSA: Exempt
Status: Full Time
Pay Grade: 9-10 ($53,705-$83,824)
Supervisor: CFS Director
Subordinates: Yes
Grant Funded: Yes
Position Summary: The Self-Sufficiency Program Manager is a professional position responsible for providing a full range of supervision and coordination of personnel and programs within the Self-Sufficiency Division. This position will ensure programs maintain and operate in compliance with Tribal and funder codes, regulations, policies and protocols. This position oversees the coordination of all activities and will work closely with program staff to ensure all program activities are in accordance with regulations and policies and procedures. This position is responsible for working with community partners to develop partnerships to enhance and expand community service options for clients and families. The Self-Sufficiency Program Manager is expected to work with other divisions of Community & Family Services as well as other Tribal departments to achieve the mission and goals of Tolowa Dee-ni' Nation and Community and Family Services.

Title: Family Lifeway Coordinator
Department: Education
FLSA: Non-Exempt
Status:  Part-Time
Pay Grade: 7-8 ($20.88-$32.01)
Supervisor: HS Manager
Subordinates: None
Grant Funded: Yes
Position Summary: This position is responsible for the collaborative development, implementation, and management of family services and cultural lifeways. This position will ensure the partnership between the Education and Community & Family Services Department is effective, efficient and results in positive outcomes for children and families. This position will comply with Head Start Performance Standards as they pertain to family services and Tolowa Dee-ni' Wee-ya' for children and their families.

Title: Tribal Heritage Preservation Officer
Department: Natural Resources
FLSA: Exempt
Status:  Full Time
Pay Grade: 9-10 ($53,705-$83,824)
Supervisor: Natural Resources Director
Subordinates: Yes
Grant Funded: Partial
Position Summary: The Tribal Heritage Preservation Office (THPO) is responsible for identifying tribal goals, objectives and activities to promote historic and cultural preservation of the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation. The THPO will oversee four program areas of Preservation: Collections, Archives, Cultural Resources, and Cemetery. The THPO is designated to carry out the Tribe’s responsibilities under the National Historic Preservation Act, Native American Graves Protection & Repatriation Act, Archaeological Resources Protection Act and other applicable Tribal, State and Federal Laws.

 

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