Employment Applications

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IT Helpdesk Technician

Under direction, the IT Helpdesk Technician performs basic and intermediate computer related duties such as analyzes, troubleshoots, and resolves technical problems. The IT Helpdesk Technician is required to provide excellent customer service and assistance to internal team members, external staff, and Tribal Citizens, at all times.

Project Supervisor

The Project Supervisor is responsible for providing supervision and technical expertise, planning, organizing, and managing resources to bring about the successful completion of specific project goals and objectives for both residential and commercial construction projects. In that role, the Project Supervisor manages the design and implementation of complex construction projects both small and large projects on tribal properties. This position exercises responsibilities for the compliance of applicable laws, codes, ordinances, policies and procedures related to all non-gaming properties by performing the following duties:   

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.

Administrative Assistant

The Citizen Services Administrative Assistant is responsible for providing administrative support and clerical services to the department’s daily functions. This position will interact with tribal members, department directors, external consultants, contractors, and vendors. This position also requires providing receptionist duties for the Community Center front desk lobby by welcoming on-site visitors, answering incoming calls from a multiline telephone system, and directing callers and visitors to the appropriate personnel. The Administrative Assistant is expected to handle highly sensitive, confidential, medical, and political issues, utilizing effective public relations and liaison skills.