Aug 24

Please Update Addresses (for you and your kids)

Please Update Addresses

You can find a copy of the W-9 under ‘Forms and Applications’ on this website or by following this link:

CHANGE OF ADDRESS FORM FOR PER CAPITA

Thank you

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

Feb 04

Request for Proposals – IT Managed Services Contract

Click this link to view the entire RFP: RFP Support Services

The Hoh Indian Tribal Business Committee Administration Department intends to award a single contract to an organization to administer, maintain and improve Information Technology Services within the Hoh Tribe’s Business Facilities located approximately 25 miles South of Forks, WA. A Request for Proposals (RFP) has been published and made available for inquiry on or after 2/4/2016 on the Hoh Tribe’s website (http://hohtribe-nsn.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/RFP-Support-Services.pdf). Details of the proposal requirements are contained in the publication and are subject to change at the sole discretion of the Hoh Tribe.

In order to receive a contract award, a vendor must complete and submit all response materials requested in the publication, and must be legally permitted to conduct business in the State of Washington.

Key Information

RFP Issue Date: 2/4/2016

Proposal Due Date/Time: 3/4/2016

Anticipated Contract Award Date: 3/30/2016

Questions not answered in the published RFP may be directed to Interim IT Lead, contact information as follows:

Name: Nicolas Pfeffer-Taggart

Address: Hoh Tribe, PO BOX 2196

City/State/Zip: Forks, WA

Telephone #: 360-780-0412

Email: it@hohtribe-nsn.org

 

Feb 01

Youth Focus Groups (7th Grade – 24 years old)

Youth Focus Groups

Feb 01

Logo Contest

Logo Contest

Jan 13

Notice of Intent to Solicit Tribal Prosector

The Hoh Indian Tribal Business Committee intends to award a single contract to a Prosecutor. A Request for Proposals (RFP) will be published and made available for inquiry on or after 1/28/2016 on the Hoh Tribe’s website (http://www.hohtribe-nsn.org). Details of the proposal requirements will be contained in such publication and are subject to change at the sole discretion of the Hoh Tribe.
Potential Offerors that may be interested in submitting a proposal can obtain complete information by viewing the Website on or after the publication date
In order to receive a contract award, a vendor must complete and submit all response materials requested in the publication, and must be legally permitted to conduct business in the State of Washington.
Key Information
RFP Issue Date: 1/23/2016
Question Submittal Begins: 1/28/2016
Proposal Due Date/Time: TBA with publication of RFP
Anticipated Contract Award Date: TBA with publication of RFP
Questions not answered in the published RFP may be directed to Executive Director, contact information as follows:
Name: Catherine N. Edwards
Address: Hoh Tribe, PO BOX 2196
City/State/Zip: Forks, WA
Telephone #: 360-780-0412
Email: e.d@hohtribe-nsn.org

Jan 07

Notice of Intent to Solicit for Proposals Strategic Plan Facilitator

The Hoh Indian Tribal Business Committee intends to award a single contract to an organization to facilitate a 3 year strategic planning session.  A Request for Proposals (RFP) will be published and made available for inquiry on or after 1/23/2016 on the Hoh Tribe’s website (http://www.hohtribe-nsn.org). Details of the proposal requirements will be contained in such publication and are subject to change at the sole discretion of the Hoh Tribe.
Potential Offerors that may be interested in submitting a proposal can obtain complete information by viewing the Website on or after the publication date
In order to receive a contract award, a vendor must complete and submit all response materials requested in the publication, and must be legally permitted to conduct business in the State of Washington.

Key Information

RFP Issue Date: 1/23/2016
Question Submittal Begins: 1/23/2016
Proposal Due Date/Time: TBA with publication of RFP
Anticipated Contract Award Date: TBA with publication of RFP
Questions not answered in the published RFP may be directed to Executive Director,  contact information as follows:
Name:  Catherine N. Edwards
Address: Hoh Tribe, PO BOX 2196
City/State/Zip: Forks, WA
Telephone #: 360-780-0412
Email: e.d@hohtribe-nsn.org

Dec 01

Enrollment Specialist

HOH INDIAN TRIBE

P.O. Box 2196 ● FORKS, WASHINGTON 98331

TELEPHONE (360) 374-7771 ● FAX (360) 374-5426

 

Position Description

Job Title Enrollment Specialist
Department Administration
Reports To Executive Director
Status Permanent- Part Time
Salary Range $14.00 – 17.00
Location Hoh Tribe Reservation
Classification Clerical – Secretary II

 

Position Summary

Coordinate the Hoh Tribal Enrollment functions and maintenance of all tribal enrollment records.  Responsible for the accuracy and maintenance of tribal member family documents, family trees, individual files, membership rolls, census, tax exemption affidavits, tribal Fish/Game identification cards and information, and Treaty Cards and related information.  Responsible for coordination of tribal membership research, application process and enrollment reports. Establish and maintain an effective system of communications and effective working relationships with organization, tribal families and tribal communities. As necessary, provide enrollment and related status reports or recommendations to appropriate committees.  Develop and maintain effective working relationships with outside agencies and other Indian Tribes to maintain and enhance enrollment procedures and reporting.

Duties and Responsibilities – This list is meant to be representative, not exhaustive.  Other duties may be assigned as needed.

  •  Responsible for the annual development and publication of the Enrollment Information Guide. Compile individual applicant information for approval.
  • Review and maintain present enrollment records to include past applications, previously rejected, and all pending applications for recommendation. Process and prepare enrollment applicant list for committee action.
  • Develop necessary procedures and forms to be used in enrollment process. Develop, implement and maintain filing system for all enrollment records including deceased, relinquished or dis-enrolled members.
  • Provide Sales, Use and Excise Tax Exemption affidavits to tribal members. Provide identifications cards for tribal members and employees. Provide necessary certifications for members attending school, receiving social services or general assistance.
  • Gather information for official purposes that involve enrollment information searches. Conduct in-depth research related to Tribal enrollment, family trees, and blood degrees.
  • Serve as primary contact with program participants and provide information regarding policies and activities. Provide consultation, training and technical assistance as needed to Enrollment and Business Committee in enrollment matters.
  • Coordinate tribal enrollment research with federal agencies and other tribes to verify enrollment status.
  • Respond to requests for enrollment verifications in a timely manner.
  • Perform other duties as required or assigned.

Skills and Specifications

Knowledge of:

  • Policies, procedures and functions of the Hoh Tribe and tribal enrollment eligibility.
  • Laws, rules, regulations and ordinances governing the maintenance of records.
  • Operations and procedures of the department and the Hoh.
  • Applicable software, data processing applications and office equipment.
  • Correct English usage, spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
  • Specialized program requirements and functions.
  • Must submit to and clear a pre-employment alcohol and drug test.
  • Subject to criminal background check.

Ability to:

  • Interpret and apply Hoh and departmental rules and policies.
  • Exercise good judgement while carrying out a variety of clerical and technical tasks.
  • Take responsibility and use good judgement in recognizing scope of authority.
  • Assist with efficient and lawful maintenance of official records and documents.
  • Create correspondence from oral or written instructions in a clear and concise manner.
  • Plan and organize assigned work in terms of meeting priorities and maintaining routines.
  • Interpret and follow oral and written instructions with attentiveness to detail.
  • Discreetly handle confidential materials.
  • Tactfully and courteously deal with individuals and groups.
  • Exercise patience and good customer service skills when interacting with internal and external customers.
  • Work in a fast paced environment and meet deadlines.
  • Communicate clearly both verbally and in writing.
  • Operate computer systems and office equipment.

Minimum Qualifications:

High school diploma or the equivalent and two years of increasingly responsible clerical experience. ATA or Associate’s degree in related field preferred.

Job Demands

Work is primarily performed in an indoor office setting.  Physical effort is needed to lift and carry office materials.  Mobility is needed to attend various meetings and other work sites.  Basic communication skills such as talking, seeing, and hearing are needed for frequent telephone usage and oral presentations.  Use of hands and fingers to handle objects and control automated equipment and computers, using finger dexterity.  Necessary aptitudes include understanding instructions, numerical aptitude, precision problem solving, initiative, analytic ability, memory, concentration, and judgement.  May occasionally work beyond normal working hours.

Applicants must submit a cover letter addressing minimum qualifications, experience and three professional references, resume, and Tribal employment application located on the employment website. Incomplete applications will not be given consideration.

This position is covered by the provisions of the Crime Control Act of 1990, Subchapter V – Child Care Worker Employee Background Checks (42 U.S.C. 13041) and the Indian Child Protection and Family Violence Prevention Act of 1990 (25 U.S.C. 3201-3210). As such, each applicant will be required, as a pre-condition to employment, to submit to a criminal history background check.

Except as provided by the Federal Indian Preference Act, Title 25 USC 45 – 46, the will be no discrimination based on race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, Tribal origin, physical or mental handicaps, marital status, political membership or non-membership in an employee organization. If the applicants have equal qualifications, preference will be given to Native Americans and Alaskan Natives. Applicants claiming Indian preference must submit verification of Indian certification by tribe of affiliation or other acceptable documentation of Indian heritage.  All other interested persons must submit complete applications to be considered for employment.

Dec 01

Secretary II

HOH INDIAN TRIBE

P.O. Box 2196 ● FORKS, WASHINGTON 98331

TELEPHONE (360) 374-7771 ● FAX (360) 374-5426

 

Position Description

Job Title Departmental Secretary(department defined as a having two or more programs and more than five support staff)
Department Administration
Reports To Executive Director
Status Permanent- Part Time
Salary Range $14.00 – 17.00
Location Hoh Tribe Reservation
Classification Clerical – Secretary II

Position Summary

Departmental Secretary provides administrative clerical support in a confidential environment to assigned department head and personnel. Responsibilities include coordinating office operations, providing direction to other support staff, monitoring departmental budgets, maintaining payroll records and office equipment, researching and initiating requisitions and purchase orders, maintenance of departmental records, assistance with departmental data entry, assisting with the development of report and presentations, coordinating calendars and meetings, and greeting and redirecting internal and external customers as appropriate.

Duties and Responsibilities – This list is meant to be representative, not exhaustive.  Other duties may be assigned as needed.

  • Communicates with internal and external customers, conveys and receives information, responds to customer inquiries or redirects to appropriate parties.
  • Compiles data from a variety of sources and generates reports as needed.
  • Coordinates staff calendars, organizes staff meetings, creates meeting agendas and facilitates handouts.
  • Coordinates travel arrangements and overnight accommodations in accordance with Tribe policies and procedures.
  • Ensures assigned duties and responsibilities are completed in a professional, competent manner and responses issued in a timely manner.
  • Coordinates, monitors, and reviews the work of assigned clerical personnel to monitor the quality and effective delivery of services.
  • Maintains a wide variety of manual and electronic documents files and records to include budget data, employee payroll records, student attendance records, requisitions, purchase orders, travel requests, leave requests, and departmental data for state and federal reporting.
  • Ensures reports are accurate, up-to-date and in accordance with established administrative guidelines and legal requirements.
  • Maintains an inventory of office supplies and equipment to ensure items are accounted for and office supplies are available when needed. Monitors and records equipment issued to personnel and maintains a log of all assigned and unassigned equipment.
  • Ensures safety and security of the office environment and notifies supervisor of potential risks and/or breaches in security.
  • Provides clerical support for a variety of meetings, workshops and/or trainings, records meeting minutes and issues final record to attendees.
  • Prepares and distributes documents, correspondence, forms and mailings for department head, departmental staff and community forums.
  • Communicates information and issues written responses as directed by department head in responding to community or organizational requests for information.
  • Provides guidance to departmental staff on administrative policies and procedures and disseminates policy or procedural changes to department as needed.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

Skills and Specifications:

Knowledge of:

  • Modern secretarial best practices, filing systems and records retention.
  • Principles and practices of accounting and budgeting.
  • Hoh Tribe and departmental policies and procedures.
  • Function, operation and maintenance of office equipment.
  • Operation of microcomputers and related software, to include Word, Excel and Power Point.
  • Database management and report writing.
  • Financial and statistical record keeping, analysis and reporting.

Ability to:

  • Accurately transcribe meeting notes and follow-up agenda items.
  • Establish and maintain large and complex databases.
  • Demonstrate keyboarding skills at 35 wpm.
  • Communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
  • Attend to detail and follow tasks through to completion.
  • Organize work, problem solve and make sound decision.
  • Develop and maintain effective working relationships with multicultural, diverse individuals and groups.
  • Remain flexible to changes in assignments or working hours.
  • Operate and maintain a variety of office equipment including microcomputers, copiers, projectors, printers and other related equipment.
  • Perform arithmetic calculations quickly and accurately.
  • Effectively plan and manage projects and complete assigned tasks on time.
  • Prepare and maintain accurate records.
  • Train and provide work direction to other clerical staff.
  • Use a variety of communication systems such as electronic mail, computers, document readers, smart boards, etc.
  • Comply with board and departmental policies and follow administrative procedures.

Minimum Qualifications:

High school diploma or equivalent and five years of increasingly responsible administrative experience in support of a large department or organization; OR

ATA or Associate’s degree in accounting, public administration, business management or related field and three years of increasingly responsible administrative experience to a large department or organization. Associates degree preferred.

Offer of employment is subject to pre-employment alcohol and drug testing and a criminal background check.

Job Demands – The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

Employee regularly works indoor conditions with routine exposure to video display. Noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit and occasionally required to stand and walk. The employee frequently is required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; communicate effectively and listen to understand.  The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and ability to adjust focus.

Applicants must submit a cover letter addressing minimum qualifications and experience, a resume with three professional references, and a Tribal employment application which may be downloaded form the employment website.

 

This position is covered by the provisions of the Crime Control Act of 1990, Subchapter V – Child Care Worker Employee Background Checks (42 U.S.C. 13041) and the Indian Child Protection and Family Violence Prevention Act of 1990 (25 U.S.C. 3201-3210). As such, each applicant will be required, as a pre-condition to employment, to submit to a criminal history background check.

 Except as provided by the Federal Indian Preference Act, Title 25 USC 45 – 46, the will be no discrimination based on race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, Tribal origin, physical or mental handicaps, marital status, political membership or non-membership in an employee organization. If the applicants have equal qualifications, preference will be given to Native Americans and Alaskan Natives. Applicants claiming Indian preference must submit verification of Indian certification by tribe of affiliation or other acceptable documentation of Indian heritage.  All other interested persons must submit complete applications to be considered for employment.

Dec 01

Economic Development Planner

HOH INDIAN TRIBE

P.O. Box 2196 ● FORKS, WASHINGTON 98331

TELEPHONE (360) 374-7771 ● FAX (360) 374-5426

 

Position Description

Job Title Economic Development Planner
Department Administration
Reports To Executive Director
Status Permanent/Full Time
Salary Range $41,440 – 50,440
Location Hoh Tribe Reservation

 

Position Summary

Perform professional level economic development and land use planning functions.   Provide technical level assistance to department Chair and Hoh Nation representatives in regards to assigned projects.  Regularly analyze and interpret rules, regulations and policies and apply broad range of planning management principles in assigned functional areas. Establish and maintain an effective system of communications within the organization, and establish and maintain effective working relationships with others.  May represent the Nation with other governmental agencies to address, promote, and/or explain the Nation’s objectives.  Consult with other governments and agencies in regards to Hoh economic development and land use planning.

Duties and Responsibilities – This list is meant to be representative, not exhaustive.  Other duties may be assigned as needed.

  • Under general supervision, independently perform professional level planning assignments in support of economic development issues and programs to secure and encourage support in the overall economic development of the Nation; develop specific recommendations for economic growth and development.
  • Provide direct land use technical assistance to Hoh Nation representatives and individuals; analyze the needs and abilities of Hoh communities in relation to land use planning, and develop educational or information materials and programs necessary to implement land use plans.
  • Assist in the analysis of economic, financial, and social conditions in relation to community structure, characteristics, and needs; and utilize this information in assisting the development of recommendations for a systematic plan of coordinated tribal development.
  • Plan and coordinate the development of technical comprehensive planning services to the Nation; develop policies and programs to implement the comprehensive plan; develop guidelines and procedures; review and evaluate compliance with provisions of the comprehensive plan and zoning code. Report findings to department management and Planning Commission.
  • Prepare reports which analyze and evaluate needs and abilities of specific geographical areas within the Nation in relation to economic development and land use planning. Prepare financial, economic, and planning reports, forecasts, and plans for use both within and outside the Nation.
  • As assigned, regularly report to or provide staff assistance to Business Committee, Business Development Sub Committee, and advisory boards. Serve on committees, task forces, and advisory boards regarding economic development and land use planning; make presentations and conduct education seminars.
  • Ensure that economic development and land use projects comply with Hoh and other governmental regulations and guidelines.
  • Perform other duties as required or assigned.

Job Demands

Work is primarily performed in an indoor office setting for eight hours per day.  While performing the duties of this job, the incumbent must regularly talk, hear, and see when communicating with the public and employees. Frequently required to sit and occasionally stand and walk.  Must have the ability to work in a fast paced environment and meet deadlines.  Frequently necessary to work beyond normal office hours for evening and weekend meetings.  Business travel within the state and to other states may be required periodically.  Necessary aptitudes include understanding instructions, reason to make judgments;  numeric aptitude;  problem solving and analytic abilities;  initiative, ingenuity, and imagination;  and memory and concentration.  Patience and persuasiveness are needed when interacting with other people.  Requires strong verbal aptitude and public speaking ability.

Skills and Specifications

Knowledge of:

  • Policies, functions and responsibilities of the Hoh Nation.
  • Laws, ordinances, rules, and regulations affecting the Nation.
  • Economic, political, social, and psychological factors affecting the Nation.
  • Planning principles and techniques.
  • Current trends, laws, policies and programs concerning planning programs.
  • Governmental administrative structure at the local and intergovernmental levels.
  • Economic, environmental, social and other problems which could impact the development of economic and land use planning.
  • Land use planning and development.
  • Social sciences research methods.
  • Statistical and quantitative techniques.
  • Economic data sources and economic theories.
  • Software and applicable applications.
  • Must adhere to the personnel policies and drug and alcohol polices.
  • Must submit to and clear a pre-employment alcohol and drug test
  • Subject to criminal background check.

Ability to:

  • Plan, organize, and prepare comprehensive economic development and land use planning reports and technical plans.
  • Comprehend, explain, and analyze economic policy in relation to Hoh goals and objectives.
  • Carry out major program activities.
  • Develop long-range work plans.
  • Think conceptually.
  • Analyze data.
  • Communicate effectively in written and oral form.
  • Speak persuasively before groups.
  • Exercise good judgment.

Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in economics, planning, business administration, or closely related field and five years of experience in economic development, urban, regional or rural planning at the local government level.

OR Master’s degree in economics, planning, business administration, or closely related field and three years of progressively responsible experience in social or economic research or statistical analysis, or community planning or economic development.

An equivalent combination of education and/or experience may substitute for the Bachelor’s degree, Master’s degree preferred.

 

Applicants must submit a cover letter addressing the minimum qualifications and experience, resume with three professional references, and Tribal employment application which may be downloaded from the employment website. Incomplete applications will not be given consideration.

 

This position is covered by the provisions of the Crime Control Act of 1990, Subchapter V – Child Care Worker Employee Background Checks (42 U.S.C. 13041) and the Indian Child Protection and Family Violence Prevention Act of 1990 (25 U.S.C. 3201-3210). As such, each applicant will be required, as a pre-condition to employment, to submit to a criminal history background check.

Except as provided by the Federal Indian Preference Act, Title 25 USC 45 – 46, the will be no discrimination based on race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, physical or mental handicaps, marital status, political membership or non-membership in an employee organization. If the applicants have equal qualifications, preference will be given to Native Americans and Alaskan Natives. Applicants claiming Indian preference must submit verification of Indian certification by tribe of affiliation or other acceptable documentation of Indian heritage.  All other interested persons must submit complete applications to be considered for employment.

Dec 01

Housing Manager

HOH INDIAN TRIBE P.O. Box 2196 ● FORKS, WASHINGTON 98331 TELEPHONE (360) 374-7771 ● FAX (360) 374-5426   Position Description

Job Title Housing Manager
Department Housing
Reports To Executive Director
Status Permanent / Full Time
Salary Range $ 41,400 – 50,440
Location Hoh Tribe Reservation and Usual and Accustomed Treaty Area of the Goodman, Hoh, and Kalaloch Basins

  Summary The Housing Director is responsible for the administration, management and delivery of all public social housing programs, services and properties within the Hoh Tribe Reservation under the terms and conditions of the Hoh Tribe Housing Policy, to ensure project goals and objectives are met within the prescribed time frames and funding parameters. This position requires an awareness and deep appreciation of tribal traditions, customs and socio-economic needs.  It requires the ability at all times to meet and deal effectively in contacts with Native American people and organizations.  This requires tact, courtesy, confidentiality, discretion, resourcefulness and sound judgment in handling sensitive issues. Duties and Responsibilities The duties of this position include, but are not limited to:

  • Initiates and develops contacts with funding sources, supervises the preparation of funding proposals, negotiates contracts and awards.
  • Forecasts, plans, administers, and monitors the progress of the Indian Housing Block Grant
  • Directs and coordinates all Housing Department, designs and implements new programs, monitors programs for compliance and conformance to contract requirements and budgetary constraints.
  • Interprets legislation and regulations, drafts resolutions and advises the Hoh Tribal Business Committee regarding pending actions.
  • Coordinates accounting and financial affairs; develops and administers budgets; approves all Department purchases and vouchers for payment.
  • Provides training to supervisors and staff, Performs employee evaluations.
  • Serves on community boards as required
  • Works both in an office environment and in the field as required and must be willing and have the capability to travel to various conferences and workshops.
  • Plans, organize and develops public meetings to communicate the development of housing programs within the Tribal community
  • Develops programs to provide financial assistance to eligible Tribal Members with housing issues or other issues that may assist the Member in obtaining permanent housing
  • Provide program services for Tribal Members including household budgeting and preparation and implementation of routine housing maintenance
  • In cooperation with the Hoh Tribal Business Committee and the Housing Commission, the Director will fulfill the long-term housing strategy and land use plans, and develop site selection criteria for all housing requirements.

Skills and Specifications

  • Extensive working knowledge of HVAC, plumbing, electrical, mechanical and carpentry aspects of the job. Civil engineering knowledge helpful.
  • Must pass Washington State Patrol background check
  • Ability to work with minimum supervision
  • Ability to supervise and train others
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite
  • Must comply with requirements of the Drug-Free Workplace Act
  • Strong working knowledge of OMB Circulars, HUD and TDHE programs and Indirect Cost principles
  • Analytical skills, Critical skills
  • Fundamental accounting and financial management skills
  • Ability to manage government grants and contracts
  • Ability to negotiate and manage vendor and construction contracts
  • Understanding of relevant legislation, policies and procedures
  • Understanding of the roles and responsibilities of boards
  • Strategic and logistical planning skills
  • Effective written and oral communications and math skills
  • Time management skills
  • Ability to display and enforce professional standards of conduct
  • Ability to work weekends, evenings and extra hours as required to meet temporary demands
  • Must adhere to the personnel policies and drug and alcohol polices.
  • Must submit to and clear a pre-employment alcohol and drug test, and criminal background check

Education and Qualifications

  • High School graduate, AA or better preferred in Social Sciences
  • Minimum three (3) years’ experience as a Housing Director or Assistant
  • Any combination of education, training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the essential functions of the job
  • Must be a non-felon and bondable
  • Reliable transportation; must have or obtain a Washington State Driver’s License

Applicants must submit a cover letter addressing the minimum qualifications and experience, resume with three professional references, and a Tribal employment application which may be downloaded from the employment website. Incomplete applications will not be given consideration.  

Except as provided by the Federal Indian Preference Act, Title 25 USC 45 – 46, there will be no discrimination in selection process for this position because of race, color, age, sex, national origin, physical handicap, marital status, political membership or non-membership in an employee organization. If the applicants have equal qualifications, preference will be given to Native Americans and Alaskan Natives. Applicants claiming Indian preference must submit verification of Indian certification by tribe of affiliation or other acceptable documentation of Indian heritage.  All other interested persons are encouraged to apply.

This position is covered by the provisions of the Crime Control Act of 1990, Subchapter V – Child Care Worker Employee Background Checks (42 U.S.C. 13041) and the Indian Child Protection and Family Violence Prevention Act of 1990 (25 U.S.C. 3201-3210). Pre-employment offer contingent upon successful completion of a criminal background check and drug screening.

Oct 22

Hoh Tribe Annual Report 2015

The Hoh Tribe Annual Report

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