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POSITION-TITLE

 

CONTACT

 

Education

Head Start

Teacher

705029

Plan and implement learning experience that advance the intellectual and physical development of children, including improving the readiness of children for school in literacy, phonemic, print awareness. Establish and maintain a safe, healthy learning environment. Support the social and emotional development of children. Encourage families and children in the Head Start program. Support the development of relationship between children and their families. One year experience in a preschool setting or related field. Maintain the safety of the environment and children through visual, auditory and smell senses. Work with children requiring the ability to walk, run quickly, kneel or sit on the floor, bend, and lift.  Must pass criminal history State, Tribal and be registered in the Oregon background registry prior to hire. Possess First Aid/CPR, Food Handlers, participate in trainings. A Bachelors or advanced degree in Early Childhood. 10 month employee. Salary Range DOE

Kirstin Hisatake

553-3242

Open Until Filled

Education

Day Care

Day Care Teacher

705095

705105

Must meet Child Care Division teacher qualifications. Child Care Development college credits or Teaching experience in a certified Child Care Center. Will assist with completing child assessments and identifying individual child goals, adult roles, materials needed and benefits intended for children. Implement curriculum and best practices. Maintain confidentiality of children, families, co-workers and represent program in positive respectful manner. Provide mentoring and training to volunteers, aids and new staff. Have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Willing to work as a team player. Practice full inclusion of children with disabilities and diverse backgrounds. Maintain all sanitation and health standards as identified by Child Care Division Rules and Regulations. Be in good physical condition and able to safely lift children up to 50 pounds. Be enrolled in the Oregon Criminal History Registry, pass Tribal Background check, willing to maintain required certifications, CPR AND 1st Aid, Food Handlers and others. Comply with Drug Free Work place policy, Tribal Personnel Policy Manual, ECE Policy Manual, Child Care Division Rules and Regulations and CACFP/USDA Standards. Salary Range $20,187. Yr.

Leah Henry

Edna Campuzano

553-3241

Open Until Filled

Forestry

Fire Management

Engine Module Supervisor

(Engine Director)

Applicants must have a minimum of 1 year of creditable specialized wildland fire management experience equivalent to the next lower grade. Must be ENGB and ICT4 qualified. Valid Oregon Driver’s License with Insurance is required. Must be able to pass physical exam and be able to pass fitness test. Preferred that applicant has working knowledge of 4-wheel drive and 2-sxle vehicles and be familiar with maps, reservation roads and landmarks. Supervises and provides technical and administrative supervision to engine crew. Provides leadership, plans assignments, safe working conditions, training, evaluations, prepares and maintains required documents to subordinates in accordance with policies during projects, suppression, and prescribed fire. Responsible for readiness of engines, specialized equipment, and personnel for initial attack. Directs operation of wildland fire engines ensuring the correct t positioning, proper use and operation. Performs and directs proper use of pumps, tools, saws, hose lays, valves, nozzles, etc. During operations. GS 7/8

Jabbar Davis

553-1146

Open Until Filled

Forestry

Fire Management

Supervisory Engine Operator (2)

 

VALID OREGON DRIVER’S LICENSE IS REQUIRED. Operates firefighting vehicles and associated equipment involved with firefighting. Fights fire with hand and power tools from 8-16 hours. Must be able to pass annual medical exam and arduous pack test. Preferred that applicant have working knowledge of 4-wheel drive vehicles, possess good oral/written skills and be familiar with reservation roads and landmarks.

 TRIBAL MEMBER PREFERENCE. Salary Range $13.41 Hr. To $15.00 Hr.

Jabbar Davis

553-1146

Open Until Filled

Forestry

Fire Management

Fuels Monitor Technician Seasonal

This job is the field data collector, which will gather the information needed to assist in determining fuels treatment projects. It includes creating data recording sites and then taking the information and entering it into fuel model software in the computer. Additional duties include cleaning the building and equipment used, meetings, training sessions and Wildland Fire Fighting. Valid Oregon Driver’s License is required. Must be able to pass medical exam and arduous pack test. High School Diploma or GED. Salary Range $11.95 Hr.

Bob Sjolund

553-8197

Open Until Filled

Forestry

Fire Management

Senior Firefighter (Asst.E.O.)

Full Time(3)

VALID OREGON DRIVER’S LICENSE IS REQUIRED. Periodically operates firefighting vehicles and associated equipment involved with firefighting. Fights fire with hand and power tools from 8-16 hours. Must be able to pass medical exam and fitness test. Preferred that applicant have working knowledge of 4-wheele drive vehicles, possess good oral/written skills and be familiar with reservation roads and landmarks.

TRIBAL MEMBER PREFERENCE. Salary Range $11.95 Hr. To $13.41 Hr.

Jabbar Davis

553-1146

Open Until Filled

Forestry

Fire Management

Senior Firefighter (Asst.E.O.)

Seasonal (2)

VALID OREGON DRIVER’S LICENSE IS REQUIRED. Periodically operated firefighting vehicles and associated equipment involved with firefighting. Fights fire with hand and power tools from 8-16 hours. Must be able to pass medical exam and fitness test. Preferred that applicant have working knowledge of 4-wheel drive vehicles, possess good oral/written skills and be familiar with reservation roads and landmarks.

TRIBAL MEMBER PREFERENCE.

Salary Range $11.95 Hr.

Jabbar Davis

553-1146

Open Until Filled

Forestry

Fire Management

Lookouts

(Eagle, Sidwalter)

Must be dependable (available 7 days/week), possess the ability to work alone, sit for long hours and climb and work in 90-100’ tower. Position requires good verbal communication skills, eye-sight, and ability to read maps, fire finders and weather instruments. MUST POSSES A VALID OREGON DRIVER’S LICENSE. Employee must furnish their own subsistence or provide their own transportation to and from work site. Selected individual must be willing to work extended shifts and weekends. TRIBAL MEMBER PREFERENCE.

Salary Range gs3/1 $11.95 Hr.

William Wilson

553-8312

5/9

Human Services

Human Services General Manager

700006

Plan, organize, direct, and control the functions of the Human Services Branch. Develop and implement plans to enhance the tribal membership health, welfare, self-esteem, and self-sufficiency. Assure that all aspects of Human Services Branch are carried out in accordance with Tribal goals and objectives. Ensure staff fulfills identified needs. Maximize the utilization of sources of revenue, grants, and financial aid.  Ensure technical, administrative, and conductive support to those individuals and organizations requiring support. Assume full responsibility and accountability for operating results, performance of subordinate employees, reporting requirements, and preparation of operating plans and budgets and execution of inter-governmental agreements. Maintain positive public relations. Develop future leaders and supervisors. Bachelor’s Degree, graduate degree is preferred in a social services field. Ten years’ experience in Social Services which includes 3 -4 years management of a related function. Knowledge of the social and economic status of the Warm Springs community. Knowledge of Tribal health and welfare mission, goals and objective and how they relate to other Tribal missions. Working knowledge of social service agencies and organizations, on and off the reservation, and how they relate to Warm Springs. Thorough working knowledge of management principles of strategic planning, organizing, directing, controlling and evaluating. Excellent communication skills; oral, written and listening. Personal computer skills in word processing, spreadsheet and data base. Salary Neg.

Jake Suppah

Lynn Davis

553-3232

Open Until Filled

Health & Human Services

Administration

Family Preservation Therapist

703210

Provide intensive case management and therapeutic interventions as delineated on the treatment plan with clients and their families, and provides families with training and support to create a therapeutic milieu in the home. Provide in home counseling to families for up to six months, depending on the service being provided to that particular family. Manage the service delivery of clients as identified by the Program Manager/Staff Supervisor. Provide consultation to caregivers, service providers, and others who have a legitimate role in addressing the needs identified in the plan of care. Provide in-home therapy by employing a wide range of therapeutic models and intervention targeted at preventing family dissolution and unnecessary placement of children out of the home. Facilitate the identification ad achievement of goals in the plan of care in cooperation with the family. Provide a family assessment and all recommendations to the court and CPS as well as serve as a liaison between other professional and agencies ensuring that all family members get the services required.   Bachelors’ degree required. Salary Range $40,731. Yr. To Neg.

Caroline Cruz

553-0497

Open Until Filled

Health &Human Services

Family Preservation

Family Preservation Specialist

703209

703211

Responsible for working to ensure safety and to prevent the unnecessary out of home placement of children who are at high risk of placement in foster care. Duties include the provision of culturally competent, in-home family assessments, interventions, and safety and case planning. Work under the direction of a Family Therapist and family Preservation Director, the FSS provide both “soft” services (parent education, skills training, etc.) and “hard” services (like cleaning, transportation, and home management) to families in the program. Services include on-site response and assessment within 24 hours of referral of a child and family. The FSS takes paid on-call and weekend/holiday coverage responsibilities on a rotating basis with the rest of the FPP staff. AA/AS/BA/BS in Sociology/Psychology or Child Development in a related field and 2 years of experience in providing Children’s’ Protective Services case Management Services. Valid Oregon Driver’s License, regular access to a car, and a home/cell phone. Must pass a background check.

 Salary Range Neg.

Shelia

Danzuka

553-3209

4/18

Health & Human Services

Family Preservation

In-Home Outreach Assistant

703213

703214

High School Diploma or GED. Must be 21 years of age and pass a Criminal Background Check. Serve as role models for children and adolescents who are served by our agency. Must at all times be emotionally stable and able to function effectively with children, adolescents and adults who have mental or behavioral health problems. The staff must be able to demonstrate appropriate daily behavior, expression, emotions, as well as role modeling. The physical duties is frequent walks, use of hands to finger, handles or feels objects, tools or controls and talks or hears, Often required to stand and sit; reach with hands and arms; stoop, kneel, crouch, bend, squat or crawl.. Ability to lift and carry up to 25 pounds and in case of emergency a 40 pound child. Salary Range Neg.

Shelia

Danzuka

553-3209

4/18

Health & Human Services

Community Health Services

Medical Social Worker

703132

 

Provides comprehensive clinical social work services to community members, including; crisis intervention, psychosocial support, case management, coordination of care, outreach and education within the community. Must have the ability work independently and maintain close working relationships with clients, Indian Health Service staff. Community Counseling, Community Health Programs, and other outside agencies. Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work required along with one year of experience in related field. Must be a Licensed Clinical Social Worker; possess a Valid Oregon Driver’s License and be free of the dysfunction use of alcohol and drugs. Background check required. Salary Range $40,731. Yr. To $55,393. Yr.

Tammy Wilson

553-2459

Open Until Filled

Health & Human Services

Community Health Services

Nutritionist-Registered Dietitian

703196

Registered Dietitian with a minimum of Bachelor’s Degree in Nutrition or Related Field required. Provide nutrition assessments and medical nutrition therapy for clients referred for services; Coordinate and provide oversight of recipe development and menu standardization for independent food service operations within the community; Develop curriculum and provide nutrition education at community events; and assist with the administration of budgets for program food, equipment, and supplies. Must have strong interpersonal skills, ability to work independently, and good organizational skills. Valid Oregon Driver’s License and Insurance required. Must pass a background check.

Tammy Wilson

553-2459

Open Until Filled

Health & Human Services

Community Health Services

Wellness Coordinator-

Employee

709267

Develop, organize, and evaluate all aspects of the Tribal employee wellness program including exercise, nutrition, stress management, safe living and environmental health. Must have the ability to instruct a variety of exercise classes for all age groups with the primary focus being adult classes at Tribal work sites and at the Community Wellness Center. Other required skills and knowledge; Able to lift and move heavy equipment. Assist and coordinate community prevention activities, strong interpersonal and public speaking skills, ability to work independently and as part of a tam, and strong computer and data management skills. Associates Degree with three years of experience in Physical Education, Recreation or related field preferred. Ability to become a certified personal trainer and group fitness instructor within 6 months of hire. CPR/First Aid Certification and Valid Oregon Driver’s License required. Must role model positive behaviors for the community and motivate community members towards healthier lifestyles. Background check performed on hire. Salary Range $26,707. Yr.  To Neg.

Tammy Wilson

Edmund Francis

553-2460

4/18

Health & Human Services

Community Counseling Center

Community Counseling Center Manager

702003

Integrate and coordinate subordinate service programs and departments with other Federal and State agencies to negotiate and resolve conflicts to provide an integrated and responsive system of intervention and treatment services for community members. Assure all mental health and substance abuse treatment services are implemented within the framework of Tribal Council goals and priorities and in accordance with applicable laws and standards of care, preparation of operating plans, budgets, contracts and procurement. Responsible for maintaining positive public relations with community, federal and State governments. Prepare and administer annual budgets and recurring fiscal instruments. Master’s degree in Counseling, Psychology, Social Work or related field. Ten years’ experience in providing and managing health and human services program.

 Salary Range $45,268. Yr. To Neg.

Don Courtney

553-3212

Open Until Filled

Health & Human Services

Voc. Rehab

Office Manager

701084

Manage Voc. Rehab Office operations, process and procedure; administrative record; payroll; budget projections; monthly reports. Excellent written and verbal communication skills; accounting skills; computer skills including spreadsheets. Valid Oregon Driver’s License with Insurance required. High School Diploma or equivalent. Secretarial/Office Management or Business Degree. 3 years’ experience. 1 year of office management and 1 year accounting training and experience. Salary Range $26,707. Yr. To $40,594. Yr.

Jolene Estimo

553-4952

4/18

Human Resources

Personnel/Comp &

Benefits

Human

Resources Director

700011

Develop, recommend and implement policies and programs in such areas as recruitment, and affirmative action, organizational planning, training, wage, salary, benefits and pension administration, and employee relations. Direct Contract Health Services program. Oversee recruitment, interviewing, testing, selection and placement of new employees as well as returning high education member. Implement training and development programs that meet the need of the organization. Provide guidance and technical assistance on human resource issues to other staff and operating functions of the organization. Ensure compliance with Federal and Tribal Employment Laws and regulations. Serve as senior consultant to management on all matters with human resource management. Responsible for Contract Health Service, its functions and budget. Bachelors’ Degree in Human Resources, Business Administration or a related field. Eight years’ experience in Business Management, 5 of Education and experience is acceptable. Working knowledge of employment Laws, regulation and Tribal Affirmative Action Plan. Requires working knowledge of management principles of strategic planning, organizing, directing, controlling and evaluating. Excellent communications skills; oral, written, listening and presenting. Salary Neg.

Jake Suppah

Lynn Davis

553-3232

553-3212

Open Until Filled

Museum  at

Warm Springs

Education Coordinator

754067

Seeking a reliable person that is outgoing to develop and produce a variety of educational programs, work with schools and school group and coordinate museum tours. TRIBAL MEMBER PREFERENCE Salary Range $21,900. Yr.

Sunmiet Maben

553-3331

Ext. 404

4/25

Museum at

Warm Springs

Gift Shop Sales Clerk

754041

Looking for a reliable person with an outgoing personality. Must have excellent math skills. Working week-ends required. TRIBAL MEMBER PREFERENCE  Salary DOE.

Angela A Smith

553-3331

Ext.409

4/18

Museum at

Warm Springs

Custodian

754052

Looking for a reliable person with a custodial background. Must be able to work week-ends. Valid Oregon Driver’s License with Insurance. Must be able to lift heavy objects. TRIBAL MEMBER PREFERENCE Salary Range $11.00 Hr.

Sunmiet Maben

553-3331

Ext.404

4/18

 

Natural Resources

Wildlife, Parks and Enforcement

Conservation Enforcement Ranger 708196,

708195

708194

Represent the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation of Oregon of Natural Resources as a commissioned Law Enforcement Officer. Perform all aspects of Natural Resources protection, conservation and education. Implements conservation enforcement as needed for the Ranger Program in connection with fish & wildlife enforcement, recreational aspects of parks management including maintenance activities, as well as other natural resources objectives such as cultural resource protection. Works independently and in conjunction with other Rangers, WSPD, and natural resources staff, and outside agency personnel. A Bachelor’s degree in Law Enforcement preferred. High School Diploma or equivalent. One year minimal experience in fish and wildlife enforcement, parks and recreation land management conservation. A current commission certification from an accredited law enforcement academy required. At least 21 years of age. A valid Oregon Driver‘s License and boater education certificate. Successfully pass a drug test and background check. Work weekends/weekdays including holidays and rotational shifts. May have to pass pre-employment test (NPOST) Salary Range $29,675. Yr. To 37,689.

Doug Calvin

Larry Holliday

553-2043

553-2040

Open Until Filled

Natural Resources

Tribal Environmental

Watershed Technicians (3)

Seeking 3 Watershed Technicians to assist with water quality monitoring and watershed assessment projects. One of these of positions will collect water quality and stream flow data from March-November. The other two technicians will be hired for the summer field season; assist with stream mapping and other watershed data collection projects. Essential responsibilities include recording field data, organizing and maintaining data & equipment, data entry and preparing for field work. Requires teamwork, following instructions, recording data in detail and regular punctual attendance. The field work can be very strenuous, requiring the ability to walk in steep and rugged terrain while carrying equipment and wading streams in inclement weather. This is an excellent opportunity for those who enjoy working outside and want to gain experience, knowledge in natural resources science. Valid Driver’s license and High School Diploma or equivalent required.

TRIBAL MEMBER PREFERENCE.

Salary Range $11.00 Hr. To $13.00 Hr.

Deepak Sehgal

553-2022

Open Until Filled

Natural Resources

Fisheries

Fisheries Technician I

(Research) (4) Limited Duration

Collect information on various life history stages of fish in reservation waters, which may include spring Chinook salmon, steelhead, lamprey, and bull trout or fall chinook salmon. Duties may include trap checking, fish tagging/marking spawning ground surveys, snorkeling, and other fish population surveys. Assist in hatchery operations. Enter collected data into computer database. Requires physical ability to hike several miles in streams, carry up to 40 pounds, and must possess good data collection skills. Other duties as assigned. Working hours may include week-ends. Computer experience desirable. Subject to background check and must be able to pass a drug test. Valid Oregon Driver’s License with Insurance. High School Diploma or GED required.  Position requires working outdoors and will include early morning, night and afternoon shifts as assigned. Salary Range $11.00 Hr. To $13.00 Hr.

Jens Lovtang

553-2041

4/18

Natural Resources

Fisheries

F & W Tech II

780401

Technician will be responsible for a variety of duties related to fish and wildlife habitat conservation and land management.  Duties include: fence repair, fence construction, weed control (mowing, hand pulling, herbicide application, etc.), piling brush, vegetation and stream monitoring, vegetation mapping, irrigation maintenance, moving cattle, tree planting, seedling maintenance, juniper cutting, and various other tasks. Employee will be required to work independently in a remote outdoor setting in a safe and efficient manner. Must be able to lift 50 pounds, hike for 5 miles per day over rough terrain. Work in all kinds of weather.  Use safely and effectively an ATV, chainsaw, and other motorized equipment. No housing is provided and the nearest town is Prairie City, OR. Base of operations is the Forrest Conservation area in Prairie City with frequent daily trips required with Tribal vehicles provided. Overnights trips are not required. A Valid Oregon Driver’s License with Insurance required. Must pass a drug test. Salary Range $12.00 Hr. To

$12.50 Hr.

Deana Smith

541

575-1866

4/18

Natural Resources

Fisheries

Willamette Falls

Lamprey Project Tech 2 @ Willamette Falls

780401

Assist with a mark-recapture experiment to estimate abundance of adult Pacific lamprey. Assist Lamprey Project Leader in maintain half-duplex PIT tag antennae array in the fish ladder ; maintain underwater video cameras to capture lampreys passing through the fish ladder; collect adult Pacific lamprey by trapping and dip netting in the fish ladder, assist in lamprey salvage in old fishway; insert half-duplex PIT tags and dart/floy tags into lamprey; collect tissue samples, reliably record data; work in a safe manner work independently but with Portland General Electric, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, and other researchers at the hydroelectric facility; math and report skill required. Must be flexible in scheduling work – day and night work, work early hours (e.g. 3 or 4am), some weekends and holidays in all weather conditions. Extended periods of physical labor required. Lift and carry upward of 50 lbs. Must be agile; climbing on slippery rocks below the falls will be required. Must have a valid Oregon Driver’s License, High School graduate of equivalent and one year of experience as a natural resources technician. Work site at Willamette Falls in Oregon City. Salary Range $11.00 Hr. To $14.75 Hr.

Cyndi Baker

Jen Graham

553-3586

4/18

Natural Resources

Fisheries

Fisheries/

Data Technician I

780401

Assist the Fisheries Research Program to manage data from several antenna site on streams within the Reservation and data coming from our field offices in the The Dalles and Oregon City. Antenna arrays record fish passage (date, time) from lamprey or bull trout tagged with half-duplex PIT tags on a per site basis. Data are downloaded from several (20 or more) sites at least once per week. The fisheries data technician will take log files and add them to existing databases. This requires a reliable person that can work five days per week that has the ability to learn how to manage data and have great attention to detail. Other data management tasks and fisheries related duties will be assigned as needed. This work will be done in the office.  Must be able to sit at a computer all day with full concentration. Will train to use Excel and Panorama database. Must pass drug test. Valid Oregon driver’s License, High School Graduate or equivalent GED, related experience desired. Basic computer skills.

Cyndi Baker

553-3586

Open Until Filled

Natural Resources

Fisheries Habitat

F & W Tech II

Perm. Seasonal

708212

Complete riparian fence maintenance/construction. Complete assigned tasks associated with maintenance and construction of habitat restoration projects. Ability to work with others as part of a team. Strong work ethic and willingness to learn. Be punctual and dependable. Work extended period in water; work in remote locations, record data on data sheets. Must have a valid Oregon Driver’s License. Work requires average agility, dexterity and strength. Some physical exertion will be required, such as regular and recurring walking or climbing over wet, rough uneven or rocky surfaces; bending, crouching, stooping, lifting reaching or similar activities. Salary Range $11.00 Hr. To $13.00 Hr.

Johnny

Holliday Sr.

553-3603

4/18

Natural Resources

Range/Forestry/

Wildlife

Restoration Technician

780401

Working supervisor of two or more five to six member field crews. Will maintain daily records ensure equipment is maintained, safety procedures followed and provide leadership and direction to field crews. Requires knowledge of how to operate small powered equipment and hand tools while performing natural resources restoration projects in the Branch of Natural Resources. Ensures safe equipment operation by crews and accountability for property. Maintains records of property issued to and returned by crews. Experience in carrying out restoration/conservation/fire projects is required. Past supervisory experience preferred. Includes Technicians conducting field studies in Forest Understory. Who will take direction from Range Specialist but will be assisting in data collection using Tablets. Also doing Noxious Weed Inventory. Valid Oregon Driver’s License required. Must also pass Tribal Insurance carrier clearance.

TRIBAL MEMBER PREFERENCE

Salary Range $13.00 Hr. To $15.00 Hr.

Gerald Henrikson

553-2008

Open Until Filled

Natural Resources Range/Forestry/

Wildlife

Restoration Crew Boss

780401

Working supervisor of five to six member field crews. Will maintain daily records ensure equipment is maintained, safety procedures 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, etc. Supervises/directs drivers, if not serving as the driver. Applicants applying as Drivers must possess a valid ODL and pass review and clearance by Tribal Insurance carrier. Applicants may indicate assignment preference (Forestry, Range or Wildlife) but the BNR cannot guarantee placement in a specific Department.

TRIBAL MEMBER PREFERENCE  Salary Range $11.00 Hr. To $12.00 Hr.

Gerald Henrikson

553-2008

 

Open Until Filled

Natural Resources

Range/Forestry/

Wildlife

 

Restoration Crew Member/

Driver

780401

Serves as a member of Natural Resources (BNR) Restoration field crew, generally of five to six member crews operating small hand and motorized equipment such as chainsaws and hand tools such as post drivers, fencing pliers, wire stretchers and 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 fifty cents per hour differential from regular crew members. 

TRIBAL MEMBER PREFERENCE Salary Range

$10.00 Hr. To 11.00 Hr.

Gerald Henrikson

553-2008

Open Until Filled

Public Safety Branch

Corrections Officer 704106

704108

704023

 

Must be 21 years or older and possess a High School Diploma or GED. No experience necessary. Must pass pre-employment educational test, which includes reading, writing, math and report writing. Must be able to pass physical fitness test, physical examination and drug test. Must not have any bankruptcies, felony convictions or domestic violence. No misdemeanors within one year. If hired employee must attend and pass a six week Corrections Academy located in Salem, Or. Must possess a valid Oregon Driver’s License. Applicant must contact WSPD for an Addendum which must be filled out and returned to continue in application process. Salary Range

$25,234. Yr. To $33,000. Yr.

Lt. Greene

553-3309

4/18

Public Utilities Branch

Public Utilities General Manager

700004

Plan, organize, direct, and control the functions of the Public Utilities Branch. Develop and implement present and long-range plans for meeting the Tribes’ infrastructure, community facilities and road’s needs. Manage all aspects of development and maintenance of Tribal facilities, grounds, vehicles, roads, water and sewage systems, sanitary sites and water disposal facilities. Responsible for accurate and complete preparation of operating plans for development projects and follow-through to completion of such projects. Negotiate and prepare contracts for constructions, maintenance and demolition of Tribal properties, roads, underground systems, etc. Develop and implement inter-agency agreements. Assure quality of service to the community. Plan and schedule services in advance to assure the needs of the community are met. Develop future leads and supervisors. Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. Journeyman certification in construction related field. A combination of education and experience is acceptable. Requires working knowledge in building trades, maintenance and repairs. Requires thorough knowledge of reservation infrastructure and environmental quality of air, land and water. Requires thorough working knowledge of management principles of strategic planning, organizing, directing, controlling and evaluating. Excellent communication skills; oral, written and listening. Knowledge of funding sources and how to apply and obtain funds on Tribes’ behalf. Salary Neg.

Jake Suppah

Lynn Davis

553-3232

Open Until Filled

Public Utilities

Water & Wastewater

Water & Wastewater Distribution Operator

706404

Perform preventative maintenance pm above ground facilities. Repair breaks in main water lines and wastewater lines. Repair control valves and control wires. Operate and maintain pumps, pump controls and storage tank altitude controls. Operate heavy equipment; backhoe, dump truck, etc. High School Diploma. Must obtain Wastewater Collections Systems Certification. Valid Oregon Driver’s License and CDL with Insurance required. Must be on call for emergency repairs and week-end duty. TRIBAL MEMBER PREFERENCE. Salary Range $27,775. Yr.

Stephen Govenor

553-3246

Open Until Filled

Secretary Treasury

Human Resources

Compensation & Benefits Coordinator

709271

Coordinate and communicate service to C & B customers. Assist staff in fulfilling department responsibilities. Serve as a liaison between employees, managed care program, various providers and representative of outside administrators and other outside entities. Communicate pension, workers’ compensation and other benefits (medical, dental, vision, prescription, life, flex and disability) information to employees. Ensure hire, personnel actions and terminations for coordination of benefits. Review benefits (counsel) with new and current employees and resolve customer questions, complaints and requests, frequently involving some policy interpretation. Maintain confidentiality. Process cash payments (medium). Remain current on new and changed laws, rules, and regulations of group benefits. Attend Safety committee meetings and present monthly Worker’ Compensation reports. Personal computer skills; database, spreadsheet and word-processing. Alpha and numeric filing skills, good spelling and written grammar skills. Excellent interpersonal skills; written, verbal and listening. General office equipment. Two years office experience. Entry level account experience. Salary Range $22,026. Yr.

Lupe Katchia

553-3498

Open Until Filled

 

 

 

 

                                   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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