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Fish Technician III Walla Walla Research, Monitoring & Evaluation Project

 

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.

Tribal Roads Manager

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

This position is located within the Public Works Department on the Umatilla Indian Reservation, and provides Tribal Roads Program support to the Public Works Director.  Duties include managing the Tribal Roads Program and ensuring program funding, planning, reporting and construction activities are within Tribal and Federal guidelines. Other duties include planning, designing and implementation of maintenance and construction projects such as roads, drainage, bridges and utilities.  During times of bad weather or emergencies,...

Construction & Maintenance Foreman

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

The incumbent serves as the Construction and Maintenance Foreman with responsibility for the field direction of the Tribal road maintenance and construction sections.  The incumbent is responsible for all road and utility maintenance and construction activities. Participates and leads through his/her subordinates, directs available equipment and personnel in adherence to general instructions received from the Tribal Roads Manager or Public Works Director.  During times of bad weather or emergencies, this position will assist the...

Office Assistant (open only to exisitng employees & CTUIR members)

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

The role of the Human Resources Office Assistant is to provide support to HR staff, management, and employees in a wide variety of areas including recruitment, employee relations, filing, benefits, and policies and procedures, also responsible for greeting guests/customers in a professional manner, answers phones, opens and distributes staff mail and tracks and distributes all incoming documents to appropriate staff.  At all times provide high level of customer service and quality of service, to management, employees, and...

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.

Secretary II (open to existing employees & CTUIR members)

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

 Performs secretarial duties for the Institute, primarily routine functions on behalf of the Director including but not limited to purchasing and invoice processing, competitive procurement and related service agreements, budget monitoring, time and attendance, personnel transactions, travel arrangements, board meetings, minutes, and event planning. 

Tribal Employment Rights Office (TERO) Assistant

 

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

The position provides technical and administrative support to the TERO Office.  Incumbent will assist the staff of the TERO Program in all aspects, including the preparation of correspondence, financial documents, travel arrangement, reports, calendar of appointments and activities.  When directed, employee will perform research, fact gathering and written assistance in the preparation of issue papers, correspondence and directives at the request of the Program Manager.  Incumbent will be responsible for performing...

Realty Assistant - Leasing RE-ADVERTISED

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

The mission of the office is to provide contracts management, within real estate services, administers leases, permits, easements, and rights-of-ways for 25 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 162 and 169. Realty and natural resources staff work together to insure the protection and conservation of the land and natural resources.  They coordinate with the appropriate personnel to insure leases, permits, and rights-of-ways are issued or granted after thorough consideration of current surface and subsurface use.

Nixyáawii Education Center Cook

 

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

Prepare nutritious meals and snacks that meet the nutritional needs and feeding requirements of each child according to United States department agriculture (USDA) guidelines. Maintain the kitchen and supplies while complying with the department ordinances. Wash dishes and keep clean and sanitary kitchen area.  Self-motivation, high energy, personal accountability, flexibility, punctuality and Dependability required to succeed in this position.