Cultural Monitor, Tribal Administrator and Human Resources ManagerCHUCKCHANSI GOLD
Cultural Monitor (Contractual) Salary:
1. Perform monitoring inspections as defined by Senate Bill 18 (AB 52). The THPOI Cultural Specialist works with Madera County, the general public, State and Federal Agencies. 2. Assist with archeological work on Fee-to-Trust applications. 3. Attends trainings. 4. Collect record and map artifacts. 5. Identify and collect native cultural plants. 6. Respond to applicable cultural requests, especially impacting aboriginal Chukchansi territorial areas for cultural consultation. 7. Attend applicable cultural meetings in the aboriginal Chukchansi territory regarding projects or studies. 8. Work with local, state and federal entities that impact aboriginal Chukchansi territory. 9. Perform other duties as assigned by the Cultural Director.
Tribal Administrator Salary:
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Supervises the management current government-funded programs in accordance with federal, state, and tribal guideline in an efficient manner, meeting all obligations and requirements of contracts. Current programs include Elderly Services, Natural and Cultural Resources, ICWA, Education, Enrollment, Grants and Finance. 2. Establish goals and objectives for each department and provide the leadership that ensures each Department is being managed to meet and accomplish their goals and objectives. Maintain Progress reports and assists departments to meet their objectives. 3. Knowledge of PRCI policies recommends policy changes for Human Resources to keep Tribal Personnel policies up to date, Recruits, interviews, and recommends the hiring of key personnel. 4. Prepares and implements the Tribal Administration annual budget and approves subsequent Modifications, monitors and evaluates assigned department and program budgets. Assures that general Funds programs, indirect cost proposals and contract and grant proposals are submitted in compliance with Tribal and Federal guidelines. 5. Coordinates an administrative review process for all approved grants to ensure managers and directors Submit financial and program reports to Federal agencies in a timely and efficient manner. Assists in Negotiations of Tribal council approved contracts, grants agreements and contracts for services or leases.
Human Resources Manager Salary:
1. All HR management, employment compliance and development for the Tribal Office staff and others as required 2. Perform duties of a highly confidential nature that require comprehensive knowledge of Tribal Organization policies, practices and procedures 3. Records management of all systems with the scope of HR (personnel and benefits files, applications and resumes, recruiting and interview files, etc.) 4. Create and implement effective recruitment and interview process to fill open positions 5. Orient and direct new employees regarding information about the Tribal Office, policies and procedures, benefits and other first-day requirements 6. Ensure budgets, schedules, staffing and performance requirements are met 7. Participate in and analyze compensations surveys within labor market to determine competitive compensation strategies 8. Train and advise department managers, directors and executive staff of any company policies regarding and Human Resources and/or Administration issues as necessary 9. Train and advise staff as needed to ensure compliance with any HR related grant and/or Federal requirements 10. Consult legal counsel to ensure that policies comply with Tribal or other laws as required 11. Regularly review and edit Personnel Policy Manual 12. Prepare and monitor budget for Human Resources 13. Study legislation, external tribal decisions and other government sources to assess industry trends; represent organization at personnel related hearings and investigations 14. Approve contracts with outside suppliers to provide employee services (temporary employment services, etc.) 15. Oversee the analysis, maintenance and communications of records required by law or local governing bodies, or other departments in the organization 16. Perform other related duties as required 17. Manage effective and compliant HR operations 18. Ensure all Policies and Procedures are compliant with applicable law and are being followed appropriately making recommendations where needed for policy amendments for compliance. 19. Budget justification Support to Tribal operations offices includes: TGC,CIHA,PRCI on a daily basis 20. Provide mutually respectful support to other HR Business Partner teams Advising Managers on Employee disciplinary and relation issues