Employment Applications

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Contracts Administrator

The Contracts Administrator is responsible for the preparation of contracts using templates previously approved by the Tribe’s legal counsel. The Contracts Administrator will monitor contracts primarily for the Development Department and other departments or Tribal entities as required and will ensure actions are within approved policies and procedures. The Contracts Administrator will manage a database of contracts approved and those in process, and will ensure payments are within Finance Department funding procedures. This position will work closely with the Tribe’s legal counsel.

Tribal Cultural Monitor

The Tribal Cultural Monitor serves a crucial function in the protection and preservation of Yocha Dehe cultural and historic resources. The Tribal Cultural Monitor works to avoid destructive ground disturbances by locating and identifying cultural resources and making in the field recommendations on mitigation measures. The Tribal Cultural Monitor also oversees ground disturbing activities to prevent desecration of cultural resources during construction within the Patwin historic aboriginal territory. Independent work and judgment must be exercised in order to carry out the overall responsibilities. Additionally, the Tribal Cultural Monitor works with the Cultural Resource Department; Tribal Cultural Renewal Committee; Federal, State and Local Agencies and developers to protect and provide culturally appropriate insight to cultural sites, mitigation measures, treatment and disposition of artifacts or any other items of cultural interest to the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation. It is important that the Tribal Cultural Monitor arrive on time and be prepared to work. The Tribal Cultural Monitor represents Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation and must adhere to the highest standard of professional conduct at all times.

Tasting Room Sales Associate (Part-Time)

The Tasting Room Sales Associate is the first point of contact for the majority of Séka Hills tasting room customers. They are ambassadors of the Séka Hills brand and are expected to embody the customer service ideals of the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation.

Travel Coordinator

The Travel Coordinator will provide full-service travel coordination for Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation. Services will include reservations for hotels, rental cars, flights, and to help community members in their travel destinations. The Travel Coordinator will handle both domestic and foreign destinations. This position will interact with tribal members, department directors, external sources, organizations, and government agencies in coordination and executing travel activities. The Travel Coordinator is expected to handle sensitive, and confidential information.

Facilities Project Specialist

The Project Specialist will be working in conjunction with the project staff and the Facilities & Infrastructure team. The Project Specialist assists with the implementation of projects. Typical duties include planning, developing, implementing and evaluating projects, coordinating project activities, and collaborating with outside contractor’s staff. In addition, the Project Specialist will perform skilled building trade work at a journey-man’s skill level.

K-8th Grade Teacher

The K-8th Grade Teacher will provide multi-subject and multi-grade instruction that serves all students utilizing research based and best teaching practices for all students, specifically, Native Americans. The teacher in this position will plan and prepare courses and lessons which reflect the school’s high academic standards, and are appropriate to the needs, experiences and existing knowledge of the students. The teacher will provide individual and whole class instruction, and will assess students’ work and record and monitor their development and progress. The teacher will promote understanding of the school’s rules and the values and culture of the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation. Performance will be evaluated by the Director of Education through direct observation, student assessment data, adherence to established policies, and achievement of performance standards.

Director of Tribal Giving

The Director will work with the Community Fund Board, Board of Doyuti T’uhkama, and Tribal Council to develop a long-term agenda and strategic plan for the Tribe’s philanthropic endeavors. This will include the oversight and implementation of both the Community Fund and Doyuti T’uhkama, the Tribe’s Compact Credit program.