Tribal Employment Rights Office (TERO) Update
Dv-laa-ha~ Tribal Members,
Tribal Employment Rights Office is seeking Tribal Members and Native Americans to start filling positions. Lucky 7 Casino and Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation have part-time positions to full-time career opportunities. Do you have any construction experience or want to take a training course in flagging? Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation is constantly adding new projects to their list that will be starting in spring. TERO is working with the Housing and Planning Departments, getting crews ready to help build tribal homes along with working on projects. You can call my extension, drive down to the administration building, email me your questions, any of these ways will get a hold of me. We will discuss what TERO is looking for in employees, and what you are capable of. Do you work seasons and don’t have money coming in during the off season? TERO is trying to get you employed.
Don’t be on the side lines watching other people making money, join the team. The tribe is looking to expand and TERO wants you to take advantage of this. Set up a meeting with TERO and we will look into what you are able to do. There are also Flagging positions that will be available for the Cal Trans projects coming up. Have you ever thought about joining a union? This is a conversation that has helped several Tolowa Members in getting jobs with the union.
Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation is growing and TERO is seeking individuals that are looking to help build our community together. TERO wants to know what skills you have, so you can be placed in the skills bank and use your skills when the right position comes up. Tolowa is excited for the growth of our tribe and encourages Tribal Members to join us in the next phase. If you have any questions, feel free to call or email.
I look forward to hearing from you,
707-487-9255 ext. 1165