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POSITION-TITLE

 

CONTACT

 

Education

Head Start

Teacher

705090

705064

705022

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

Head Start

Home Visitor

705006

Provide support to Early Head Start families through home visits, communication, and demonstrating skills of effective practice in caring for infants and toddlers.  Knowledge of community resources, complete weekly in-home visits of 12 families, coordinates and provides assessment information. Demonstrate parent-child interactive education, document short and long term goals of each family. High School Diploma or equivalent required. Must be willing to work towards Child Development Associate Credentials (CDA). 3 years’ experience in family services or child development, able to lift 50 lbs., flexible schedule, must pass criminal history background check, both State and Tribal, have reliable transportation, valid license, personal vehicle insurance. Maintain confidentiality.  Perform comparable duties of a similar or related nature and assist in other areas where staffing shortages exist.

Salary Range$22,026. Yr.

Kirstin Hisatake

553-3242

Open Until Filled

Education

Head Start

Head Start Substitute Teacher Aide

780401

Assist Head Start Teaching Staff in providing a safe, nurturing, and stimulating learning environment for a group of 3-5 year children, and assist in meeting the special needs of children. Assist Teachers in all aspects of classroom management. Develop positive relationships with each child and family. Good communication skills with children and adults. Work as a team player with co-workers, other program staff and parents. Must be able to lift children up to 50 pounds, be in good to excellent physical condition. Maintain confidentiality. High School Diploma or GED. One year of experience in an early childhood education group setting. Be willing to work toward CDA. Coursework in early childhood education or child development preferred. Be enrolled in the Oregon Criminal Registry for both State and Tribal. Salary Range DOE.

Kirstin Hisatake

553-3242

10/3

Education

Day Care

Support Services Coordinator

702024

Develop and implements a bookkeeping system for the ECE childcare clients. Complete accounting duties for childcare accounts including daily deposits, post monthly charges reconcile accounts process furloughs and verify benefits for clients from outside agencies. Maintain accurate records and files of children’s attendance, accounts receivable, and receipt transactions. Complete and review childcare contracts with clients. Oversee the billing process and payments for clients. Create client ledgers, post monthly charges, reconcile accounts and set up client account with the CTWS Finance Department. Safeguard a significantly large amount of cash and checks for client accounts. Prepare monthly claim report for child and Adult Care Food Program reimbursement. Maintain Confidentiality. Work independently undertaking complex assignments, special projects, research or analysis. Develop and maintain positive and effective relationships with families, community resources, agencies to avoid duplication of services and work. Must be enrolled in the Oregon Criminal History Registry and be free of conviction of felonies and misdemeanors. Comply with drug free work place policy. Certificate in 1st Aide/CPR. Possess a valid Oregon Driver’s License and Insurance. Associates Degree in Accounting, Office Administration or related field. One year supervisory and administrative experience in accounting.  Salary DOE

Mayanne Mitchell

553-3241

Open Until  Filled

Education

 Day Care

Tribal Day Care Teacher

705018

705038

705041

Must meet Child Care Division Teacher qualification requirements; Child Care Development College Credits and Teaching experience in a certified Child Care Center. Assist with completing child assessments and identifying individual child goas, materials needed and benefits intended for children. Implement curriculum and best practices. Maintain confidentiality. Provide mentoring and training to volunteers, aides and new staff. Have excellent verbal and written communications skills. Work as a team player. Practice full inclusion of children with disabilities and diverse background. Maintain all sanitation and health standards as identified by Child Care Division Rules and Requirements. Be in good physical condition and able to safely lift children up to 50 pounds. Registry and pass Tribal Background check, maintain required certifications including CPR and 1st Aide, 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.

Mayanne Mitchell

Leah Henry

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-axle 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

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

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.

Shelia Danzuka 615-0036

 

 

 

Open Until Filled

Health & Human Services

Community Counseling

Behavioral Health Administrator

702003

Administer the mental health and addiction treatment program and oversee the Community Mental Health Program (CMHP) in accordance with applicable State and Federal laws and regulations. Candidate must have working knowledge of Tribal organizations and documents that govern the Human Services Department and related areas. Knowledge of OAR’s personnel management/supervision is able to plan and direct a diversified mental health and addiction treatment program establish and maintain effective working relationships with partnering agencies and governing bodies. Salary Range $52,061. Yr. to Neg.

Tracy Bray

553-0497

Open Until Filled

Health & Human Services

Community Counseling

Behavioral Health Clinical Supervisor

703049

Oversee the 24-hour behavioral health crisis team and ensure coverage. Extensive knowledge of theories of and practice surrounding psychotherapy, psychopathology, group processes, theories and principles of human development and methods of behavioral assessment. Skill in maintain client records and in conducting group, individual and family therapy. Up-to-date knowledge of mental health and substance abuse treatment delivery, evidence based treatment and Tribal Best Practices. Practice excellent boundaries and ethics. Five years supervisory skills. A doctoral degree in a mental health field with associated license or a master’s level candidates will be considered. Must have a current license to practice in the State of Oregon and certification to supervise clinicians, residents and master’s level interns. Experience working Native American individuals. Salary Range Neg.

Tracy Bray

553-0497

Open Until Filled

Health & Human Services

Community Counseling Center

Children’s Mental Health Specialist

703222

703223

A minimum of Master’s Degree in Counseling, Social Work or related mental health field from an accredited institution, 2 years’ experience in providing direct treatment services to children and families, and licensure is required. A Certified Alcohol and Drug Certificate Level I would be beneficial. Knowledge and experience in conducting mental health assessment, diagnosis and treatment planning is essential. Must be able to pass a criminal background screening and drug test and have a valid Oregon Driver’s License and be insurable by the Tribal Insurance. This position provides mental health services to children, adolescents, and families with developmental, emotional, and behavioral problems. Preferred experience in working with Native American individuals. Participate in on call emergency crisis system. Contact Counseling Center for copy of full position description. Salary Range $40,000. Yr. To DOE.

Vincent Wallulatum

553-3205

Open Until Filled

Health & Human Services

Community Counseling

Substance Abuse Treatment Specialist

703091

 

Provide individual, group and aftercare services to individuals and their families that are experiencing substance abuse problems. In recruiting for this position emphasis will be placed on those persons with demonstrated experience in providing organized group and aftercare services. The applicant is required to be certified as a CADC I. Masters level preferred. For a copy of the description contact the Counseling Center at 541-553-3205. Salary Range $35,000. Yr. Neg.

Vincent Wallulatum

553-3205

Open Until Filled

Health & Human Services

Community Counseling

Substance Abuse Treatment Specialist

703215

Must be a licensed Substance Abuse Counselor with a background in mental health services. This position will operate and deliver clinical services for the Sex Offender Treatment Program at the Warm Springs Community
Counseling program. Upon hire, this position will obtain training to become an Associate Sex Offender Therapist with a minimum qualification of a Bachelor’s degree in behavioral science plus a minimum of 1000 hours of direct clinical contact with sex offenders and a minimum of 30 hours of formal training applicable to sex offender treatment. This person will provide intensive, community based counseling for people who are struggling with behaviors related to substance abuse addition and sexual offenses. Must be highly ethical, work well with State and Federal offices and maintain a high level of confidentiality. Must work well within a multidisciplinary team. Salary Range $40,000. Yr. Max DOE.

Vincent Wallulatum

553-3205

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 age groups with the primary focus being adult classes at Tribal work sites and a the Community Wellness Center. 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 team, and strong computer and data management skills.  Associate Degree and three years of experience in Physical Education. Recreation or related field preferred. Must have the ability to become a certified personal trainer and certified group fitness instructor within 6 months of hire. CPR/First Aide Certification and valid Oregon Driver’s License required. Must role model positive behaviors for the community and motivate community member towards healthier lifestyles. Background check performed on hire. Salary Range $26,707. Yr. Neg.

Tammy Wilson

Edmund Francis

553-2460

Open Until Filled

Health & Human Services

Vocational Rehabilitation

Voc. Rehab.

Counselor

703181

Analyze, Interpret and evaluate documentation to determine eligibility. Provide Voc. Rehab. Counseling services to disabled clients. Conduct interview, do case management effectively, develop and write IPE (individual plans) to assist clients overcome barriers to employment, excellent communication skills, personal computer skills (data base, wp, excel). Valid Oregon Driver’s License. Bachelor’s Degree in Rehab Counseling, Health, and Human Service related field, 2 years’ experience, TRIBAL MEMBER PREFERRENCE and Disability consideration applies. Salary Range $35,000. Yr. To $40,594. Yr.

Jolene Estimo-Pitt

10/3

Health & Human Services

Children & Family Services

CPS Specialist

701092

Associates degree in Human Service or related field, three years of child welfare service delivery experience. Strong communication skills written, oral and presentation. Personal computer skills in word processing and spreadsheet. Problem solving and planning skills. Case management, investigation, treatment referral and follow up methodology. Coordinate and arrange for placement of children into emergency shelter care, foster family care or residential care. Perform case management services for families and children designated as at risk of abuse and/or neglect including treatment planning, referral to services, and follow up of the effectiveness of services. Assess family strength and weaknesses; analyze information about the family, client problems, available services, treatment strategies, etc.  Involved in court process, preparation of court reports, fully documenting compliance with treatment plans and court orders. Prepare families for court hearings; testify in regard to factual evidence and/or services. Maintain confidentiality. Not engage in use of illegal drugs or alcohol. Recovering persons of addiction, continued sobriety for the previous three years. Pass a criminal background check as required by PL 101-630. Background check with Tribe, State or Federal law enforcement. Valid Oregon driver’s license and vehicle insurance. Salary Range $26,707. Yr. neg.

Elizabeth Hisatake

553-3209

Open Until Filled

Health & Human Services

Culture & Heritage

Ichishkin Language Lead Instructor

705318

This is a grant-funded position for the duration of three years. The goal of the “Creating Warm Springs Ichishkin Speakers” project is to train at least four young CTWS Tribal members to become fluent in the Ichishkin language, which the CTWS L & C Department define to be an intermediate-advanced level of language proficiency per Northwest Indian Language Benchmarks in each of the four domains of  languages: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Daily attendance is required for the success of this project. The Lead Teacher must be proficient in the Ichishkin Language both writing and reading. Writing skills in the English language is a must, budget monitoring, report writing, coordination of training, development of personnel, oversight of curriculum units and daily lesson plans, tests administrated, and the production of audio and video recordings. Must pass a background check (Tribal and State), have a valid driver’s license, pass alcohol and drug test and periodic checks. Salary Range Neg.

Valerie Switzler

553-3290

10/3

Health & Human Services

Culture & Heritage

Ichishkin Language Instructor

705319

705321

705322

705323

This is a grant-funded position for the duration of three years. The goal of the “Creating Warm Springs Ichishkin Speakers” project is to train at least four young CTWS Tribal Member to become fluent in the Ichishkin language, which the CTWS L & C Department defines to be an intermediate-advanced level of language proficiency per Northwest Indian Languages Benchmarks in each of the four domains of languages: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Daily attendance is required for the success of this project. The Indian Language Teacher must be proficient in both writing and reading. Report writing, curriculum units and daily lesson plans will be developed, periodic tests administered, the production of recording and video recordings. Must pass a background check: Tribal and State, have a valid Driver’s License, pass alcohol and drug tests. A pre-interview test packet will be available for pick up for interested candidates.  Salary Range Neg.

Valerie Switzler

553-3290

10/10

 

Natural Resources

Wildlife, Parks and Enforcement

Conservation Enforcement Ranger

708196

 

 

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

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

Natural Resources

Fisheries @ John Day

Fish Biologist-

Project Manager

708142

708232

Develop, design, bid, implement and maintain conservation and restoration project on private and public lands. Must be able to frequently set up and lead meetings with landowners, agencies, and organizations. Working knowledge of habitat requirements for mid-Columbia anadromous fish species is essential for this position. Surveying skills, project design ability, contract, RFP and bid packet technical writing skills are a must. Must be comfortable with frequent travel, often independently in rural locations throughout the John Day River Basin. Knowledge and experience in conservation practices, fluvial geomorphology, re-vegetation technique, water law, and partnership building. A self-starter, who thrive and minimal supervision and instruction, with the drive and passion for a long career in natural resources is critical for success in this position. Bachelor’s Degree in Natural Resources Management, Fisheries or related field plus at least three years of experience in project management is required. Experience developing and implementing conservation and restoration project that target watershed and habitat recovery for anadromous fish is required. Ability to work and communicate effectively with landowners, partners and the public is a mandate of this position. GIS, Database management, and Mac OS and related office software is desirable. Salary Range $39,000. Yr. To $47,000. Yr.

Amy Charette

541-575-1866

10/10

 

Natural Resources

Fisheries

Fisheries Tech I Limited Duration

780401

Assist biologist and technicians working with several fish species-Spring Chinook, Fall Chinook, Lamprey, Bull Trout and Steelhead. Will assist on various projects checking and maintaining juvenile and adult fish traps, day/night snorkeling, maintaining riparian fence lines, identification and tagging of fish in carious life histories, computer data entry, and other duties as assigned. Work long hours during the day or night, weekends and holidays. Work in potentially adverse weather conditions. Some heavy lifting maybe required. Work away from the Reservation for extended periods of time. Able to hike long distances in and out of the streams. Valid Oregon Driver’s License, High School graduate or equivalent, related experience desired and must successfully pass a drug test and must meet requirement for driving insurability.

TRIBAL MEMBER PREFERENCE

Salary Range $9.00 Hr. To $12.00 Hr.

Jen Graham

Lyman Jim

553-3585

553-3587

Open Until Filled

Natural Resources

Fisheries

Fisheries Technician I (Fish Culture Intern)

780401

Duty station will be at Warm Springs National Fish Hatchery (WSNFH). Report directly to the Program Manager at the WSNFH, with support from the CTWSRO BNR Fisheries Department. Duties to fish hatchery production. Includes care of broodstock fish, spawning, care and feeding of eggs, fry and fish throughout the rearing and distribution cycle; preventive and curative treatment for disease; cleaning tanks, raceways, ponds and facilities used in fish culture; and assisting in a variety of duties in support of the program. Assist in collection of fisheries data for CTWSRO – USFWS joint studies. Position lasts for 12 months depending on job performance, program needs and funding. Valid Oregon Driver’s License. High School Diploma or GED. Work outdoors in all conditions (rain, wind, heat, cold), shifts as assigned and work may include week-ends and holidays. Pass Oregon background check and pass a drug test.

TRIBAL MEMBER PREFERENCE. Salary Range $12.00 Hr. To $15.00 Hr.

Jen Graham

Jens Lovtang

553-2041

10/10

Natural Resources

Fisheries

Fisheries Technician I

(Fish Marking)(6)

780401

This advertisement may be used to hire up to 6 limited duration Fisheries Technician positions (one crew leader and 5 crew positions) to assist with fish marking at the Warm Springs National Fish Hatchery (WSNFH). Positions are expected to last two weeks, from October 6 – October 17, 2014. Duties include inserting coded wire tags (CWTs) in the snout of juvenile hatchery spring Chinook salmon and clipping adipose fins. May be required to haul buckets of fish weighing up to 50 pounds. Physical demands my require bending, twisting, stooping, and standing for long periods of time. Experience with fish handling preferred. Oregon Driver License preferred. Must be able to transport themselves to and from the WSNFH. TRIBAL MEMBER PREFERENCE 

Salary Range $11.00 Hr. To $13.00 Hr.

Jens Lovtang

553-2041

Open Until Filled

Public Safety Branch

Corrections Officer

704021

704022

704023

704109

704024

 

 

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 N 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. Ron Gregory

553-3309

Open Until Filled

Secretary Treasurer-CEO

 

Executive Deputy Director

700021

 

Oversee and direct the tribal operations through supervision of the general managers and directors of the organization. All operations and projects, initiate, direct changes to increase efficiency, meet objectives, to improve profitability for the organization. Report directly to the Secretary/Treasurer. Provide overall operation policy direction to all tribal operations assigned, to charter subordinate work units and positions to carry out all assigned functions to establish the responsibility, authority and to hold subordinates accountable. Monitor and report on all tribal branches and programs, including the services by other gov’ts which impacts the CTWS. Must have excellent communications skills (verbal, oral, written). Bachelor’s degree in business administration, pubic administration or a related field. An equivalent combination of education and experience is acceptable. Ten years’ experience in the Tribal Organization (s) with line supervision experience & 10 years executive mgmt. experience. Thorough knowledge of tribal organization including enterprises, their operating policies and procedures, budget and structure; business mgmt. principles; governmental relations and governmental agency guidelines pertaining to the tribe. Thorough knowledge of local culture & traditional values. Must be an enrolled member of the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs. Salary Neg.

Jake Suppah

Lynn Davis

553-3232

553-3212

Open Until Filled

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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