Computer Support Technician II / Helpdesk Lead REVISED

 

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 / Helpdesk Lead 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...

Computer Helpdesk Technician I

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

The qualified applicant will be a self-motivated, conscientious individual who can work independently with minimal supervision, as well as communicate effectively with a wide variety of professionals employed by CTUIR.  Duties will include remote and onsite computer technical support including but not limited to software and hardware installations, troubleshooting as well as assisting senior level technicians and administrators in broader projects.

Lawn Care / Grounds Keeper (2 positions)

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

This is a semi-skilled position in the care and maintenance of Housing Department grounds.  Work involves the responsibility for a variety of tasks in the care and upkeep of lawn areas and buildings. The duties of this position require physical labor and the use of mechanical equipment.  Use of individual judgment in typical work situations is expected, but supervision is exercised by a supervisor who issues general instructions and inspects by direct observation.

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.   

Construction & Maintenance Technician

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

 

The incumbent serves as the Construction and Maintenance Field Operator with responsibility for field maintenance and repair of the Tribal road system. The incumbent is responsible for all assigned road, utility and maintenance construction and operates available equipment in adherence to general instructions received from the Tribal Roads Manager.

Investigator/Case Advisor REVISED

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

The position, under direction of DCFS Director, will direct the investigative activities of the department. This person will oversee investigative protocols and staff. This position involves making determinations of appropriate actions necessary to resolve family emotional and/or physical stress situations which cause child abuse or neglect. This position requires working closely with Tribal Police as a Liaison between DCFS / UTPD for Special Victim cases, Tribal Prosecutor, FBI and federal prosecutors as well as state agencies...

Equipment Operator I

 

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.

Secretary II

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

Performs secretarial duties for the Institute, including routine functions on behalf of the Director Facility and Maintenance unit but not limited to purchasing and invoice processing, grant and contract administration, budget monitoring, time and attendance, personnel transactions, travel arrangements and event planning. 

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...