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Master Speaker Nez Perce

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

The employee will collaborate with other Native Language teaching staff and Language Apprentices in the collection and development of materials of the local three languages:  Walla Walla, Umatilla and Lower Nez Perce.  The Master Speaker will work closely with Language Apprentices and Instructors in developing culturally based instructional materials for use in classrooms of language learners from pre-school to secondary level. The Master Speaker will cooperatively work with the Linguists, teaching staff and language learners...

Forestry Aid (2 positions)

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

Performs general forest management activities such as timber marking/cruising, pruning, thinning, piling as a member of a field crew. Other forestry field work duties may be assigned based upon program needs and employee aptitude, reliability, and willingness to learn. It will be expected that the incumbent will work 37.5 hours per week, report for work when scheduled, and be prepared (with food, water, and appropriate clothing /footwear) to be productive in remote locations for a complete workday. Although a traditional CTUIR...

Computer Support Technician II

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

The Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation (CTUIR) is a dynamic organization at an exciting phase in developing its information technology capabilities.  We are seeking an exceptional individual to fill the role of Computer Support Technician II in the Information Technology Services Program (ITS) under the Office of Information Technology (OIT). 

 

This person needs to be highly motivated and dependable.  He/she will be required to work in largely un-supervised situations where he/she will be...

Field Archaeologist

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

The Field Archaeologist will be responsible for the protection and management of historic properties and First Foods resources within the Confederated Tribes ceded lands and traditional use areas by assisting in monitoring the compliance of federal, state, and tribal cultural resource laws and working with various entities.  The Field Archaeologist will assist the Senior Archaeologist on National Historic Preservation Act Section 106 consultation projects and the review of Section 106 archaeological reports.  The Field...

Indian Education Coordinator (2 positions) REVISED

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

The Indian Education Coordinator provides supplementary support and intervention services to increase reading and math achievement of identified eligible students and assist in meeting their culturally related academic needs. The Indian Education Coordinator serves as an advocate to American Indian/Alaska Native students and parents in cooperation with school staff to maintain appropriate educational environment and develop positive Native identity.  The Indian Education Coordinator is responsible in collecting and compiling the...

Child Welfare ICWA/Lead Case Worker (Indian Child Welfare Act)

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

This position works directly with clients and families to assure safety of children in their own home.  They gather information to develop a case plan which will provide counseling, intervention, mediation to families who are involved in the Child Welfare Program.  This position is responsible for making appropriate referrals for psychological evaluations, anger management, domestic violence, parenting, Alcohol & Drug and culturally relevant assessment services to families with children who have been identified at risk and...

Surveillance Operator (1 position) REVISED

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

Utilizing the CCTV system and surveillance techniques, the operator is responsible for ensuring the integrity of the casino, protection of company assets, and the adherence to internal controls.

Special Victims Criminal Investigator

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES:

The Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, a Public Law 280 reservation, received retrocession of criminal jurisdiction from the State of Oregon in 1981, adopted a tribal criminal code, and established a police department.  Since that time, Indian offenders have been tried in tribal court and US Federal Court for crimes of domestic violence, sexual assault, coercion, menacing, and other crimes of personal violence.  Protection orders continue to be available through the courts of the Confederated Tribes of the...

Facility Technician II

 

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

For the safety and comfort of customers and employees of the facility and safeguarding of the Tribes’ assets, technicians will maintain a hygienic, comfortable and safe environment and provide a broad variety of maintenance and repair services to ensure efficient, reliable, year-round operations.