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Advanced Wildland Firefighter/Firefighter Type 1 (up to 4 positions)

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

Individual will serve a member of a fire crew assigned to suppress the full range of wildland fires. He/she will perform as a wildland firefighter in techniques, practices and methods of suppression. Government housing is available.

Re-Advertised Facilities Maintenance Technician II

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

The Maintenance Technician II position is a safety sensitive position with the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation.  Applicants will be required to authorize a legal background check.  The Maintenance Technician II position is primarily responsible for reactive, preventive and predictive maintenance of all Government Facilities.  This person may assist in landscaping and maintenance of irrigation system installation and maintenance, Park Maintenance and maintenance of all grounds-keeping...

Supervisory Forester

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

The Forestry program is responsible for the ecological enhancement, economic development and sustainable use of forest resources of allotted, Tribal trust and Tribal fee patent lands for the CTUIR. The Supervisory Forester oversees the development and implementation of activities and functions to carry out provisions of 25 Code of Federal Regulations.  The Supervisory Forester develops, implements, and continues programs designed to secure optimum conservation and utilization of soil, water, and forestry resources to provide a reasonable income...

Fisheries Habitat Biologist III (Project Leader-Walla Walla)

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

This position will be responsible for leading all aspects of restoration project planning, implementation and monitoring specific to the assigned river basin.  This will include project development and administration for the purpose of protection and restoration activities that benefit floodplain processes and associated native aquatic communities within the ceded river basins of the CTUIR including the Umatilla, John Day, Grande Ronde, Walla Walla or Tucannon Rivers in Northeast Oregon and Southeast Washington...

Advocate

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

The Advocate is responsible for providing services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, teen dating violence, elder abuse and stalking while working cooperatively with other agencies to work towards ending intimate partner violence on and surrounding the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation.

Communication Officer - (Dispatcher)

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

The Communications Officer is directly responsible for the operation of all office radio and telephone communications equipment, maintaining a close watch on patrol activities in the field, and for the general office need of the agency.  The Communications Officer also dispatches fire/medical emergencies.

Biologist II - Assistant Project Leader

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

This position is an assistant project leader and lead field biologist for the Walla Walla Monitoring and Evaluation Project.  Primary responsibilities include: 1) lead and train biologists and technicians; 2) monitor smolt production, outmigration, and survival; 3) conduct spawning surveys for spring Chinook; 4) maintain and install PIT tag interrogation arrays; 5) monitor fish passage at Nursery Bridge Dam; 6) lead fish salvage operations; 7) QA/QC data, upload data and manage data; 8) perform basic analyses,...

Tribal Linguist

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

The Tribal Linguist will work with fluent speakers of the three languages of the CTUIR to; preserve and document the languages.  The Linguist will record speakers, translate, and transcribe recordings and utilize transcriptions to create texts in the languages. Add and update word databases as needed or required.  They will need to be able to work with the languages and document morphology, syntax, phonology and other related linguistic areas of study. 

Indian Child Welfare (ICWA) Caseworker RE-ADVERTISED

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

This position requires a broad knowledge base related to the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) of 1978.  Must be familiar with and be able to interpret the federal laws, and administrative rules related to ICWA.  Provides case management services, child protections services, and child welfare prevention and coordination of mental/behavioral health services.

Equipment Operator I (1 position) Revised

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

The incumbent will provide day to day collection of garbage on route lists and be compliant with all safety requirements in the operation of a garbage truck and other heavy equipment on site.  The incumbent will be responsible for learning the recycling processes and procedures to ensure that TERF operates safely and economically for the Tribes.  The incumbent will be expected to work some holidays and weekends with overtime pay not authorized for this position.