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Appointed by and serves Tribal Council, Regulate, review, evaluate, set standards and audit and fiscal affairs of all tribal organizations. Implement legislative actings of Tribal Council and carry out those duties outlined by the Tribal Constitution and the current Management Plan. Provide overall executive policy direction to all tribal operations to ensure appropriate use of tribal assets, resources, to expend funds, negotiate and execute contracts & agreements, and determine operations priorities. Codify all legislative acts of the tribal code. To monitor and report all internal/external matters including provision of services by other governments which impact CTWS. Bachelor’s degree in business administration, public administration or a related education and experience is acceptable. Thorough knowledge of tribal organization, including enterprises, their operating policies and procedures, budget and structure; business management principles; governmental relationships and governmental agency guidelines pertaining to Indian tribes. Excellent written, oral, presenting and public speaking, communication skills, negotiation skills, initiative to take action and problem resolution. Secretary-Treasurer can be a tribal member/Non-Member. Salary Neg.

Mike Collins

Lynn Davis



Appeals Court

Appeals Secretary/

Roving Clerk


Appeals court interacts with possible clients by distributing and reviewing the information packets for request for appeals with each client. Upon completion submit to chief judge (appeals) for review. Assist in coordinating hearings for cases that accepted for review. Assist in Legal Aid department in maintaining client records on a daily basis. Assist mail and reception department in answering telephone, processing of incoming/outcoming  of mail. Assist Records center on daily basis with coordination with department with department with all incoming records for storage and archiving. Person must be willing how to operate following equipment: computer; Word and software programs; mail-reception w/postage machine; microfilm equipment learning how to microfilm and scan documents into pdf format. Willing to rove on a daily basis between the tribal administration building, tribal court building and records center. Three years of general office experience within legal environment, one year of records management principles. Possess verbal, written and oral skills. Type at least 50 WPM on typewriter/computer. Willing to learn, positive attitude, knowledge of organization, departments and employees. Must have a valid ODL. Salary $24,037. to $28,844. Yr.

Lynn Davis




Public Administrator

Probate Assistant/

Vita.Stat. Recept



Receptioning for Vital Stat and Probate department on a daily basis; greets visitors and assist with necessary documents/questions in regard to vital sat or probate; Assist clients with address changes; check cancellation; enrollment documents; processing paperwork and doing actual tribal ID for members; Other duties is assisting with legal requirements/procedural acts in the probate process and estate settlement are met; assist in identification, collection, inventory, appraisal, preservation and distribution of estate asset and liabilities. High School diploma or equivalent; three years general office experience, preferably in tribal court system. Excellent communications skills; written, verbal and interpersonal. Work well with people, aptitude and willingness to learn warm springs probate law, chapter 320 of tribal code, state and federal agency guidelines, and customs and traditions of the CTWS. Computer skills in word, excel, and willing to learn progeny database. Maintain confidentiality, dependability at being at work on time, dependable and willingness to work and a team member in the department. Tribal Member preferred. Salary  $25,725. Yr.

Lynn Davis




Court Clerk


The court clerk is responsible for the management and the process of opening and closing court cases; and other duties as assigned. The court clerk must have knowledge of court process and CTWS Tribal Code. Must pass a criminal background check, maintain confidentiality and be punctual. Salary Range $23,956. Yr. To $25,154. Yr.

Maria Godines

Tamiesha Brown



Natural Resources

Restoration Crew Boss


Working supervisor of five to six member field crews. Will maintain daily records, ensure equipment is maintained, safety procedures are followed, and provide leadership. Incumbent and crew will operate small powered equipment and hand tools while performing natural resources restoration projects in the departments of the Branch of Natural Resources. This includes fence maintenance, building, and repair; forest thinning; habitat improvement; etcetera. Supervises/directs drivers, if not serving as the driver. Applicants applying as drivers must posses valid ODL and be insurable by the Tribes. Applicants may indicate assignment preference (forestry, range, or wildlife) but BNR cannot guarantee placement in a specific department.

Doug Dunlap

(541) 553-8205


Natural Resources

Restoration Crew member/ driver


Serves as a member of the Branch of Natural Resources (BNR) Restoration field crew, generally five or six member crews operating small hand and motorized equipment such as chainsaws and hand tools such as post drivers, fencing pliers, wire stretchers, hammers, etc. Works on projects as assigned. Applicants with horse handling skills will also apply under this announcement for possible assignment to specialized crew work. Applicants may indicate assignment preference (forestry, range, or wildlife) but the BNR cannot guarantee placement in a specific department.

Applicants who apply under this announcement, possessing a valid ODL and who receive clearance through Tribal insurance carrier will be paid a fifty-cent per hour differential from regular crew members. Valid ODL preferred.

Doug Dunlap

(541) 553-8205



Limited Duration Fisheries Technician


Gather fisheries creel data on the Tribal harvest a t Cushing Falls. Collection of biological samples from Pacific lamprey (eels) caught during the harvest period. Assist in organizing creel and biological data. Assist with the collection and tagging of adult lamprey at Cusing Falls. Develop and maintain successful working relationships with various tribal and non-tribal entities. Engage in successful public contact. Opportunities may be available to participate in other computer work. Willingness to a wide range of hours (e.g., may start a 3 am or long shifts 7am to 6pm). Work long hours, weekends and holidays, in potentially adverse conditions. Excellent communication skills are required. Duty station is the Dalles. Must report to Warm Springs first day to sign hiring papers and for drug test. Valid Oregon Drivers license and insurable by CTWSRO, High School graduate or equivalent GED, related experience desired, must successfully pass a drug test and background check. Salary $10. Hr. To $13. Hr.

Andrew Wildbill




Fire Management

Equipment Operator/



Must have valid CDL-A with tank, air-brake, combination vehicle endorsements. Be able to operate D-6 Dozer, 30 ton Tractor Trailer Transport, 3500 gallon Water Tender. Must be able to pass physical exam and fitness test. applicant must have working knowledge of wildfire and prescribed burns, possess good oral/written skills and be familiar with operations of firefighting equipment be familiar with reservation roads and landmarks. Salary Range gs5 $15.31 Hr.

Jabbar Davis







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