Oct 25

FOOD BANK OPEN

The Food Bank is open to all community members Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 2:00 pm.

FOOD BANK

For More Information contact:
LaToya Hudson
Desk: 360-374-4284

Jul 10

Request for Proposals: Construction and Installation of Playground Equipment

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Jul 06

Hoh Watershed Adventure Announcements

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Jun 14

RFP: Broadband Feasibility Study

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Jun 13

Federal Contract Jobs – Bridge Project, Ocean Shores

CASCADE BRIDGE, L.L.C. has been awarded a federal aid contract with WSDOT in the Ocean Shores area. They are looking for bridge carpenters and laborers to meet their minority/female federal aid requirement, but also needs additional crew to staff this project. The project is expected to begin June 26, 2017.  Pay depends on qualification/experience. Housing and transportation are not provided, however; they are working with the hotels in the area to locate accommodations for non-local hires.

If you, or someone you know, is interested in this project work please contact the Project Superintendent, Josh Franzke, directly for more information. Job applications are available at the Hoh Tribe Human Resources Office, or you can click here to download and print the application. If you need assistance in filling it out the application and/or forwarding if for consideration, please contact Kim O’Neil in Human Resources (360-374-7771).

PROJECT MANAGER – CONTACT INFORMATION:

Josh Franzke, Project Superintendent

(c) 360.713.7245

Josh@Cascadebridge.com

MAILING ADDRESS:

Cascade Bridge, L.L.C.

ATT: Josh Franzke, Project Superintendent

14215 NW 3rd Court, Vancouver, WA 98685

PH  (360) 737-6576  /  FAX (360) 737-6579

Jun 09

Hoh Watershed Adventure Camp

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Hoh Watershed Adventure Camp

May 08

MSPI Program Coordinator

The MSPI Coordinator is responsible for supporting the Hoh Indian Tribe’s Methamphetamine and Suicide Prevention Initiative (MSPI). The Program Coordinator is responsible for day to day oversight of the project and executing administrative duties necessary to complete the scope of the work agreed upon with the funding agency. This will include evening and weekend engagement with at risk populations with diagnosed and undiagnosed behavioral health issues, including alcohol, drug and substance abuse. For a complete job description, please Click Here.

TO APPLY: Download the Hoh Tribe Employment Application at www.hohtribe-nsn.org or click here.  Submit a complete application along with a cover letter and resume containing three professional work references. If claiming Tribal hiring preference, please include this in your cover letter along with the tribal affiliation. Complete applications may be submitted electronically to www.hr@hohtribe-nsn.org or via fax to 360-374-5426.  Application materials may also be mailed to the following address:

Hoh Indian Tribe
ATT: Human Resources
P.O. Box 2196
Forks, WA 98331.
All application materials must be complete and be received on or before 4:00 p.m. Monday, June 12, 2017 to receive consideration.  For more information, please contact the Human Resources (360) 374-6582.

May 08

Request for Qualifications – Construction Pre-Qualified list

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May 08

Request for Proposal: Cultural Resource Database

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Mar 13

Job Opening – Victims Advocate, Program Manager

The Crime Victim’s Program Manager is responsible for supervising and performing work related to the Tribal Crime Victims’ Assistance Program (TCVP). Duties include serving as a victim’s advocate, supervising and training supporting staff and volunteers, providing on-call response, presenting emergency orders of protection, assisting with crime victims’ compensation, promoting public education and providing social assistance. Manager will supervises the day-to-day activities of the victim’s advocacy program which includes planning, coordinating, administering, and evaluating programs, projects, processes, procedures, and standards; ensures compliance with Federal, State, and Tribal laws, regulations, codes, and/or standards. For a complete job description, click here.

To down load an Hoh Tribe Employment Application click here. COMPLETE APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECIEVED ON OR BEFORE THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS 4:00 PM ON JUNE 30, 2017. Questions, please call Human Resources at 360.374.7771.

Feb 21

Job Opening – Executive Director

The Executive Director works under the general direction of the Hoh Tribe Business Council to develop and manage the tribe’s business operations and enterprises, promote and enforce the Hoh Tribe’s Treaty Rights and interests in the Usual and Accustomed Treaty Areas, and develop and implement the Tribes policies and legislation. The individual is responsible for developing implementing Tribal policies and procedures, overseeing a wide variety of programs and related plans and budgets, and for providing leadership to the community, staff and program managers. The Executive Director assumes responsibility for safeguarding the Tribe’s physical and financial assets through effective management practices while developing strong relationships with staff, the Tribal community and various outside agencies. For a complete description of duties and responsibilities, please click here.  To complete the Hoh Tribe Employment Applications please click here.

 

APPLICATIONS RECIEVED ON OR BEFORE APRIL 9, 2017 WILL BE GIVEN FIRST CONSIDERATION. WE ARE CURRENTLY INTERVIEWING POTENTIAL CANDIDATES AND ANTICIPATE A SELECTION WILL BE MADE BEFORE THE END OF APRIL. IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS, PLEASE CALL HUMAN RESOURCES 360.374.7771.

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