Language Program Manager REVISED

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

Language Program Manager’s primary duties will be to oversee the day to day operations of the CTUIR Language Program. They will ensure all program goals and objectives are adhered to and in alignment with the program mission statement and in accordance with overall tribal goals and objectives. The Program Manager will maintain program budgets, records, and supervise Language Program staff.   

Shipping & Receiving Specialist

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

The Shipping & Receiving Specialist is responsible for all aspects of shipping and receiving, including storing, sorting and distribution of internal and external mail as well as distribution and issuing of materials, supplies, and, equipment and merchandise shipments. This person will assist program staff with coordination of outgoing mail needs including bulk mailing.  This position also assists the Property & Receiving with tracking and maintaining an inventory of all physical assets of the CTUIR.  Individual will...

Administrative Officer Manager (enrollment) (Open only to existing employees & CTUIR members)

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

The Tribal Administrative Office Manager will be responsible for providing primary administrative support and secretarial services for the Tribal Enrollment Office.  Responsibilities include serving as the acting Enrollment Officer when necessary, keeping track of the office filing system and purchase requisitions, maintaining a complete and thorough understanding of the Tribal Member Information System, knowledge of and assist when necessary with the budget, work plan and reporting process. General duties include greeting the...

Seasonal Farm Assistant - 2 positions

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

To provide efficient and optimal farm services to the Tribal Farm Program under a minimum amount of supervision.  This position will support the Tribal Farm Manager in the day to day farm activities.

Fish Technician III - Walla Walla Research, Monitoring & Evaluation Project (Open only to existing employees & CTUIR members)

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES:

This position will conduct field work and collect data for the Collaborative Walla Walla Monitoring and Evaluation Project and may provide project support to other basin projects within the CTUIR ceded area. This position will assist with research activities designed to evaluate the success of CTUIR’s spring Chinook reintroduction program in a manner consistent with CTUIR treaty rights and interests.

Patrol/Administrative Sergeant

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

Provide leadership/supervision to Police Officers. Responsible to manage the Tribal Police Department’s Patrol Division and the Police Department as Directed by the Chief of Police. Represent the Tribal Police Department to Reservation community interest groups.

 

Office of Child Support Enforcement (OSCE) Financial Specialist

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

OCSE’s Financial Specialist provides clerical accounting support necessary to receive, record, and distribute all family support payments (i.e. child support) made in cases under Tribal enforcement.  The Financial Specialist compiles and tabulates program data in order to provide information and/or statistics about child support payments collected, distributed, and disbursed in order to adhere to federal grant reporting requirements.  The Financial Specialist prepares regular reports for OCSE, the Tribe, the federal government,...

Biologist III - Walla Walla River Basin Monitoring & Evaluation Project Manager

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

The position will utilize principles of fishery science, population dynamics, statistics, sampling theory, and experimental design while functioning as the project manager for the Walla Walla River Basin Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) project.  The individual will be responsible for managing the implementation of salmonid M&E staff and funding contracts in a manner consistent with the above mission statements as they apply to the Walla Walla River Basin and other areas as needed in northeast Oregon and Southwest...

Archaeologist

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

The 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 Archaeologist will assist the Senior Archaeologist on National Historic Preservation Act Section 106 consultation projects and the review of Section 106 archaeological reports.  The Archaeologist will be...

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.