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Construction Laborer-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.
The Custodian is responsible for providing a safe and healthy work environment for all Tribal employees by providing institutional cleaning services for all classroom, office, kitchen, meeting, and restroom areas within government buildings.
Chief Building Official
At the direction of, and in partnership with, the Tribal Council the Chief Building Official will develop a Building Code Compliance Department that will be responsible for the overall administration, and supervision, of the Tribe’s construction and occupancy activities within Yocha Dehe’s sovereign territory. The Department will work directly with the Yocha Dehe Fire Department for purposes of developing a Yocha Dehe Building and Fire Code that incorporates applicable laws or standards for construction on federally owned trust land (some of which are subject to the requirements of the Tribal-State Compact with the State of California). As an essential part of the Tribe’s land development and permitting process, the Chief Building Official will work collaboratively with other internal and external stakeholders to develop a permitting process that will ensure that all Tribal construction is built at a level that is both protective and compliant with governing law. The Chief Building Code Official shall report directly to the Tribal Council. The Chief Building Official will ensure that such activity is conducted in conformance with sound technical practice for the protection of life and health of occupants of all Tribal buildings.
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.
The Landscape Worker is responsible for performing a variety of landscaping projects involving maintenance of grounds and athletic fields for Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation.