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VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION COUNSELOR

 

VACANCY ANN. #:     STOI-20-092

TITLE:                             VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION COUNSELOR

SUPERVISOR:             VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION PROGRAM MGR/DIRECTOR

DEPARTMENT:           HHS/VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION

LOCATION:                   WELLPINIT, WA

STATUS:                         REGULAR, FULL-TIME

RATE OF PAY:             $17.00/HOUR – $21.00/HOUR (DOE/DOQ)

OPENING DATE:        NOVEMBER 4, 2020

CLOSING DATE:         NOVEMBER 18, 2020

 

INTRODUCTION:

The mission of the Spokane Tribe Vocational Rehabilitation Program (STVRP) is to provide culturally appropriate Vocational Rehabilitative services to Native Americans with disabilities living in our region (Ferry, Lincoln, Pend Oreille, Spokane, Stevens and Kootenai counties) who have a functional limitation and need assistance maintaining, obtaining, or regaining employment.  We fulfill our mission by providing job training opportunities, assistive technology services, and job placement services to eligible people.  An estimated 20% of Native Americans living in our region are eligible for our services.

The Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor (VRC) provides services to Native Americans living with disabilities and who want to work.  The VRC assesses clients’ eligibility; and for eligible clients, the VRC assists in building an Individualized Plan for Employment (IPE).  The VRC provides services as outlined in IPEs with the overall goal of assisting clients in becoming fully self-sufficient.  Through this process, VRCs create rapport with clients, prospective employers, agency programs, and external partners.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • This job focuses on services for adults:
  • Efficiently manage a caseload of up to 50 clients, providing the following services:
  • Conduct intake interviews
  • Coordinate and synthesize necessary medical, psychological, social, educational, vocational, and financial information to determine eligibility
  • Effectively provide Vocational Rehabilitation counseling, develop individualized plans for employment with each eligible client, monitor clients’ progress, and arrange Vocational Rehabilitation services that may include VR guidance and counseling; vocational assessment; transition from high school to work; job training, placement and retention, medical restoration; assistive technology/independent living; benefits planning; supported employment; and any other VR services required to achieve and maintain the employment.
  • Responsibly assess impacts on clients’ other related services, such as Social Security Disability Insurance, Temporary Aid for Needy Families, General Assistance, etc.  Assists customer in identifying and using comparable benefits that may be available to them for obtaining required VR services designed on the IPE.
  • Manages expenditures within an allotment of case service funds, and only authorizes funds necessary for diagnostic evaluation of the customer or required for the implementation of VR services identified on the IPE.
  • Efficiently keep electronic and hard-copy client records (up to 25% of this job includes routine data entry and routine reporting)
  • Other duties as assigned, which may include:
  • Public event coordination and participation
  • Leads group workshop and related activities for consumers to facilitate informed choice, job search and/or preparation for employment.
  • Leads group trainings and discussions for coworkers to facilitate team members’ professional growth.
  • Providing backup for other case managers as needed, including youth related services:
  • Maintains relationships with secondary school staff
  • Provides school-to-work transition services to eligible high school students

KNOWLEDGE SKILLS & ABILITIES REQUIRED FOR THE POSITION:

  • Demonstrate the ability to guide and assist consumers in selecting employment goals that are well suited to their individual needs and circumstances, including options for self-employment
  • Demonstrate an in-depth understanding and the ability to use independent judgment consistent with VR laws, regulations and professional standards which include:

A) Federal Rehabilitation Act statutes and regulations

B) Spokane Tribe Vocational Rehabilitation Policies and Procedures

C) Washington State Department of Vocational Rehabilitation Policies and Procedures

D) Washington State Administrative Code

E) Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification Code of Ethics.

  • Demonstrate professional skill in applying a technical knowledge of medical and psychological aspects of disabling conditions, labor market information, transferable skills analysis, assistive technology, job modifications.
  • Demonstrate the ability to assist customers in exercising informed choice to make collaborative decisions that are consistent with appropriate vocational rehabilitation practice.
  • Demonstrate the ability to negotiate with vendors, and other rehabilitation professionals.
  • Demonstrate the ability to apply multiple counseling techniques to meet the varied needs of consumers.
  • Manage multiple and competing priorities within prescribed time frames.
  • Knowledge of Spokane Tribe community and/or Native American cultures/traditions/languages
  • Demonstrate experience with and sensitivity to non-dominant cultures, including people with disabilities
  • Desire and capacity to provide long term service and grow professionally in the field of Vocational Rehabilitation.
  • Demonstrate dependability, keeping confidential information secure, establishing firm boundaries, maintaining professionalism, keeping accurate and current records (both written and electronic)
  • Must be able and willing to learn Salish language, expected to use Level 1/Beginning Salish within one year of hire
  • Ability to effectively work with Microsoft Office products such as Word, Excel, and Outlook

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

  • Undergraduate Degree (i.e. 4-year degree from an accredited college or university) in social work, behavioral health, psychology, disability studies, rehabilitation, or related field.
  • Two years of relevant experience, such as paid or volunteer experience with people living with disabilities, case management, etc.
  • Valid motor vehicle license, good driving record for insurance purposes.
  • Professional experience providing excellent customer service.
  • Must be able to pass a drug test and background checks as required by the Spokane Tribe of Indians.
  • This position is a safety sensitive position and is subject to drug and alcohol testing at the time of offering, and random drug and alcohol testing for the duration of employment.
  • At time of employment, must successfully clear a criminal background inquiry.

                                                  

Applications Are Available at the Spokane Tribal Human Resources Department

Or, can be downloaded at www.spokanetribe.com

P.O. Box 206   Wellpinit, WA 99040

Contact: Sabrina McCoy or Andrea Flett

Ph.: (509) 458-6583, (509 458-6527, Fax: (509) 458-6556

 E-mail: hrfrontdesk@spokanetribe.com

All Applications Must Be Received in the HR Department No Later Than 4:30 p.m.

 On the Closing Date

The Spokane Tribe of Indians Reserves the Right

To Hire According To Its Indian Preference Policy

All Applicants Are Subject To a Pre-Employment Drug Test

All Positions with the Spokane Tribe Are Subject To A-90 Day Orientation

 

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HOUSEKEEPER

VACANCY ANN#:     STOI-20-093
POSITION:                  HOUSEKEEPER
DEPARTMENT:         TRIBAL FACILITIES
LOCATION:                 WELLPINIT, WASHINGTON
SUPERVISOR:           HOUSEKEEPING SUPERVISOR
STATUS:                      TEMPORARY, FULL-TIME
SALARY LEVEL:       $15.00/PER HOUR
OPENING DATE:      NOVEMBER 3, 2020
CLOSING DATE:      NOVEMBER 10, 2020

 

INTRODUCTION: This position is to perform additional sanitation duties due to the COVID pandemic to help prevent the spread of COVID. This position will be responsible for cleaning areas where actual and potential COVID positive cases may have been frequenting. The Housekeeper is responsible for cleaning high traffic areas of the Administration Building daily in addition to other tribal owned buildings, facilities and/or premises. The Housekeeper must be able to work as a team and assist other housekeepers as needed. Responsible of cleaning all tribal outbuildings as required.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Dusts sweeps, mops, scrubs, vacuum, and clean assigned areas.
• Scrubs, waxes and strips floors, as assigned.
• Sweeps stairwells and other areas, and attends to other Work Orders and/or special projects, as requested.
• Spot cleans rugs, carpets and upholstered furniture and draperies as needed.
• Empties wastebaskets; empties and cleans ashtrays.
• Transports trash and dirty linens to designated areas.
• Assists in the minor maintenance in public areas, and reports problems that need further attention to the housekeeping supervisor on duty.
• Re-stocks paper supplies, chemical supplies in bottles, and maintains washroom supplies. Stocks and maintains housekeeping storage rooms.
• Routinely inspects work areas, identifying potential problems or repair needs, and notifying the maintenance supervisor of maintenance to be scheduled.
• Facilitates the flow of information throughout the department, by attending regularly scheduled meetings with employees.
• Required to drive to numerous locations within the tribe, and is responsible for the cleanliness of the Tribal Work Vans.
• Responsible for the cleanliness of all Tribal out buildings that get assigned.
• Clean areas and buildings during events such as funerals and wakes.
• Must adhere to strict confidentiality.
• Adheres to performance standards, company policies and procedures, safety standards as they relate to the department.
• Secures all doors and buildings, protects and maintains Tribal properties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS REQUIRED FOR POSITION:
• Must have knowledge and skills to operate vacuum cleaners, rug shampooers, cleaning chemicals, Housekeeping Methods and duties.
• Housekeeper must be a team player and be able to work independently.
• Able to effectively communicate in writing and orally.
• Must be willing to obtain training regarding proper cleaning techniques related to COVID19.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
• Must be at least 18 years of age or older.
• Valid Washington driver’s license and be tribally insurable.
• Must have prior work experience in this trade or similar work and/or responsibilities in cleaning, and/or maintenance duties. (Please indicate similar work experience and duties on resume or application).
• Must be able to read and understand directions, instructions and warning and safety labels
• Must pass all required drug testing and background testing (tribal, state and federal background checks required).
• Must be able to work nights and weekends.

EDUCATION:
• High School or GED preferred

Applications Are Available At the Tribal Human Resources Department
P.O. Box 206, Wellpinit, WA 99040
OR, can be downloaded from our website: www.spokanetribe.com
Contact: Sabrina McCoy or Andrea Flett
(509) 458-6583 or (509) 458-6527
Fax: (509) 458-6556
e-mail: hrfrontdesk@spokanetribe.com
Applications Must Be Received In The Human Resources Department
By 4:30 p.m. On The Closing Date
The Spokane Tribe Reserves The Right To Hire According
To Its Indian Preference Policy
All Applicants May Be Subject To A Pre-Employment Drug Test
All Positions With The Tribe Are Subject To A 90-Day Orientation Period

Council Update 11/3/2020

Council Updates
Spokane Tribal Secretary Elect Tiger Peone – łip̓smyéw
tiger@spokanetribe.com
Office-509.458.6511 Cell-509.994.6960
11/3/2020

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Good Day Fellow Spokane Tribal Members,
General Council Meeting
On Thursday November 5th, 2020 at 9am, the Spokane Tribal Business Council will host a virtual Fall General Council via the GoToWebinar platform. To expedite the meeting and cut down on redundancy The Council respectfully asks if you can submit questions beforehand. For more information on General Council please click here, 

Please register for this meeting with your legal name. If possible, please include your Spokane Tribal enrollment number after your last name. Individuals who do not provide this information may be removed from the meeting.

Questions can be sent to gcquestions@spokanetribe.com or leave your question at 509.458.6512
The Spokane Tribal Business Council will still take live questions during the Fall General Council
Spokane Tribal Fuels Update
Fire & Fuels Department will conduct Rx fire operations this week. Their focus will be on piles and landings in both the Peterson Merc and Boardman Road projects. A 30% chance of rain is forecasted for today, (Tuesday), 20% chance Wednesday, then 60% chance Thursday. With the weather report, piles may be the only controlled burning by the Fire & Fuels Department.

General Election Raffle
Election day is TODAY, if you haven’t done so please drop off your ballot in a drop box by 8pm tonight. Your Vote is Critical. Please if you have posted on your social media about voting, or you have voted screenshot it and send it to Bre Brigman, bre.brigman@spokanetribe.com to be entered into a Native Vote Raffle sponsored by Chewelah Casino.

Council meetings 10/21-10/30
TBC – Bi-weekly Executive Director updates
TBC – Weekly meetings with Office of Spokane Tribal Attorneys
TBC – Weekly meetings with Spokane Tribal Casino
TBC – Language House
TBC – Language Program
TBC – Election Certification
TBC – Upper Columbia Fish Management Group
TBC – Enrollment Committee
TBC – Spokane Indian Housing Authority Quarterly
CE – Reardan School District Consultation
TBC – Spokane Chiefs introduction/consultation
GA – Northwest Area Indian Health Board
TP – Century Link Fiber to HIS Clinic and Public Safety Building
CE – USDA Consultation
TP, GF – Palisades Park
TP, GF – Spokane Public Library
CE – WSU Health and Science Advisory meeting
CE – George Wright George Drive meetings with City Officials
CE – White House Tribal Nations update meetings
CE – Gathering of Nations GONA training

Various Community members on topics ranging from Snow Plow, Elder Abuse, Covid-19, Cares

 

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TRIPLE BINGO = 5 RAFFLE ENTRIES
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YOU CAN SUBMIT YOUR BINGOS FOR THE WEEK OF 11/23-11/27 TO ME ON MONDAY 11/30!

Micaela Carroll
ACTING COMMUNITY PROJECT MANAGER | M.CARROLL@SPOKANETRIBE.COM

COVID Elder Support and Small Business General Welfare Assistance Programs

COVID Elder Support Service Application
Small Business General Assistance Application
Expense Detail Template for Small Business Grant

The COVID-19 Tribal Elder Support Service Program is intended to provide assistance to Eligible Tribal Elders who are 65 and older to maintain their health,
well-being, independence, and quality of life during the COVID-19 Pandemic by making their homes safe, healthy and accessible during Stay At Home Orders.
Applications and all required documentation are required to the TERO Office by December 18, 2020.

Eligibility Criteria:
• Applicant must be an enrolled member of the Spokane Tribe of Indians
• Must be 65 and older
• Subject to Stay at Home Orders
• The property to be benefited by the Support Service must be the applicants
Principal Residence.

Assistance Limits:
• Each eligible Tribal Elder may only receive (1) Support Service item from the program
• The program will operate on a first come first serve basis with priority for such items as generators
Given priority to those who have medical devices that need to stay operational during power outages.

The COVID-19 Small Business General Welfare Assistance Program is intended to assist Tribal Members who Own and Operate Small Businesses during the
Current Pandemic. In order to help stabilize Tribal Member Owned and Operated Small Businesses that have been impacted by the Pandemic, emergency
Funds have been made available and will be distributed in a the form of a Small Business Stabilization Grant provided directly to eligible Owners.
Applications and all required documentation must be received by the TERO Office no later than December 14, 2020.

Eligibility Criteria:
• Be an enrolled member of the Spokane Tribe of Indians
• The Tribal Member must Own and Operate a Small Business
• The Tribal Member Owned and Operated Small Business must have been in operation prior to March 1, 2020
• Must demonstrate impacts due to the Pandemic
• the Tribal Member Owned and Operated Small Business must be able to demonstrate impacts of receiving grant assistance from the Program
(for example, reimburse the costs of business interruption caused by required closures); and
• the Tribal Member Owned and Operated Small Business must be able to discuss expected outcomes and related timelines; and
• the Tribal Member Owned and Operated Small Business must be in good standing with the Secretary of State, Department of Revenue,
Department of Labor and Industries, and the TERO Department and all programs and policies managed by the TERO Department, but only
to the extent that such agencies and departments are applicable;
• the Tribal Member Owned and Operated Small Business must not be reimbursed or provided substantially similar assistance by multiple funders
• for the same cost or Eligible Expense (no double dipping). No duplicate payments or supplanting of other costs is allowed, especially payments from CARES Act funding; and
• Submit a completed Application and all necessary documentation as required by this Program.
• Must have either an active TERO Business License Number and/or Business UBI Number
• The Owner or Small Business that has received prior awards from the CARES Act or other COVID-19 funding from any other jurisdiction for their Small Business
Will not qualify (no double dipping) for this program.

Assistance Limits:
• All assistance provided pursuant to this Program is subject to the availability of funds. All assistance is limited to as follows: a single, one-time financial
assistance payment of up to $10,000.00 (ten thousand dollars) per Eligible Tribal Member, to be distributed no later than December 18, 2020.

For more information regarding both of the established COVID-19 Programs please contact the TERO Office at (509) 258-7100.

Joni Wynecoop, MBA
TERO Director, Spokane Tribe
Spokane Indian Housing Authority Board of Commissioners (Alternate)
Indian Health Services Patient Advisory Committee
(509) 258-7100

 

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General Council Reminder

This is not a public meeting. No media will be allowed. If you are a reporter or a member of the press, please do not register or attend this meeting.

Only enrolled members of the Spokane Tribe of Indians are invited to attend and participate in this meeting. Non-members who are employed by the Spokane Tribe of Indians may be required to attend this meeting as part of their job duties.

Please register for this meeting with your legal name. If possible, please include your Spokane Tribal enrollment number after your last name. Individuals who do not provide this information may be removed from the meeting without warning or notice.

Please register for Spokane Tribe Fall 2020 General Council on Nov 5, 2020 9:00 AM PST at:

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5672178587978671886

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Or if you have a mobile device you can log in using webinar ID 633-283-083

Or you can call in, however you only listen and won’t be able to speak, 1(213)929-4232 access code 207-902-886

 

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Spokane Tribe Casino Disbursement Announcement

American Diabetes Awareness Month

NOVEMBER IS
AMERICAN DIABETES MONTH

QUICK FACTS:

NATIVE AMERICANS ARE TWICE AS LIKELY THAN OTHER RACES TO HAVE DIABETES.

ABOUT 2 OUT OF 3 NATIVE AMERICANS WITH KIDNEY FAILURE IS A RESULT OF DIABETES

LET’S MAKE A CHANGE!

BETWEEN 1996 AND 2013 NATIVE AMERICAN KIDNEY FAILURE HAS DROPPED BY 54%!

HELP STOI HEALTH & WELLNESS BRING
AWARENESS THIS MONTH — SUBMIT IDEAS FOR EVENTS OR ACTIVITIES TO
M.CARROLL@SPOKANETRIBE.COM

ADDITIONALLY, ON THE LOOK OUT FOR MORE
INFORMATION AND DIABETES AWARENESS THIS MONTH! WE WILL SEND THIS OUT THROUGH
TRIBAL EMAIL & POST ON FACEBOOK!
Educate yourself and others at:
https://www.diabetes.org/diabetes-risk           https://www.cdc.gov/vitalsigns/aian-diabetes/index.html

Council Updates 10/29/2020

Council Updates
Spokane Tribal Secretary Elect Tiger Peone – łip̓smyéw
tiger@spokanetribe.com
Office-509.458.6511 Cell-509.994.6960
10/29/2020

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Update on discussion topics from Spokane Tribal Business Council

Good Day Fellow Spokane Tribal Members,
On Thursday November 5th, 2020 at 9am, the Spokane Tribal Business Council will host a virtual Fall General Council via the GoToWebinar platform. To expedite the meeting and cut down on redundancy The Council respectfully asks if you can submit questions beforehand.
Questions can be sent to gcquestions@spokanetribe.com or leave your question at 509.458.6512
The Spokane Tribal Business Council will still take live questions during the Fall General Council

I. COVID-19
We have had a total of 26 Total Positive Cases. All of the cases have been resolved as of today. 16 cases were resolved on the Reservation and 10 off the Reservation.
We continue to work through COVID Projects and are preparing a list to provide to the Community.
II. General Welfare Distributions

REMINDER: The General Welfare Distribution Applications be online at https://spokanetribe.com/government/finance/
III. Emergency Residential Internet
The Verizon Jetpacks were issued on October 8th and 9th last week. Over 75 Jetpacks were issued in those two days. There are jetpacks still available at the Tribal Planning Office. The final day for issuing Jetpacks will be October 31st. The process for issuing the Jetpacks is as follows: Families are asked if they have Verizon signal at their home. If they do then they are issued a jetpack. If for some reason, the jetpack is not getting a good signal at their home, they are given the information to sign up for SimpliUnlimited satellite service. Both services are completely free to the Tribal member for nine months. For questions or information on the Emergency Residential Internet options contact Maria Cullooyah at 509-993-6679 or email her at mariac@spokanetribe.com.

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CASA COORDINATOR

VACANCY ANN #:       STOI-20-073

TITLE:                             CASA COORDINATOR

SUPERVISOR:             COURT ADMINISTRATOR         

DEPARTMENT:           SPOKANE TRIBAL COURT

STATUS:                         FULL-TIME, 30/HOURS PER WEEK

RATE OF PAY:             DOE/DOQ

OPENING DATE:        SEPTEMBER 28, 2020

CLOSING DATE:         OPEN UNTIL FILLED

 

INTRODUCTION:

The CASA Coordinator provides specialized support to Child Advocate (volunteer guardians ad litem) Volunteers for court appointed cases within Spokane Tribal Court.  The Coordinator is responsible for the supervision of all volunteers, their cases and the training and recruitment of all Child Advocate Volunteers.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • CASA Coordinator will provide and coordinate training for all Child Advocate Volunteers.
  • CASA Coordinator will coordinate with Tribal Court and the Division of Children and Family Services for appointment and disbursement of volunteers for dependency cases.
  • Coordinator will train Child Advocate Volunteers to be a “best interests” voice of child in child dependency cases.  Coordinator will train Child Advocate Volunteers in areas of Chapter 6 of Spokane Tribal Law and Order Code, Indian Child Welfare Act and Washington State Indian Child Welfare Act.  Coordinator will be responsible for maintaining contact with each Volunteer on a regular basis.  Coordinator will train new Volunteers in aspects of writing reports for Spokane Tribal Court and for other professional entities if need be. Coordinator will maintain all master files and will adhere to strict codes of confidentiality.  Coordinator will develop and maintain effective working relationships with other professional networks such as TANF, Law Enforcement, Schools, Medical Professionals, etc. Coordinator will adhere to reporting conditions of funding agency.
  • Ensure that volunteers are able to conduct interviews with children of abuse and neglect as well as the child’s parents.  If the Coordinator has their own caseload the coordinator shall be responsible for conducting the interviews of children on their caseload.
  • Ensure that volunteers write reports for court for all court appointed children/cases and provide a report to Court if the case is on their own caseload.
  • Provide input to the court on the development of case plans and safety plans that address the needs of the children and families on DCFS’s caseloads.
  • Document collateral contacts, face to face contacts, court hearings, all contact with the children and families on Child Advocate caseloads: must have the ability to maintain accurate case records of each family and ensure that volunteers also document their own contacts.
  • Maintain monthly contact with all Child Advocate Volunteers.
  • Review all Child Advocate Volunteer reports.
  • Staff with Child Advocate Volunteers on a regular basis.
  • Develop ongoing policies and procedures for Child Advocate Program.
  • Prepare and maintain accurate and up to date documentation for case files.
  • Attend and testify at court hearings as needed.  Negotiate and or interact effectively with Tribal and State Attorney’s, DCFS, GAL’s, other Tribal entities, Foster Parents, and other local networking professionals.
  • Maintain professional relationships with all dependency professionals and stakeholders.

KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:  

  • Knowledge of the Indian Child Welfare Act.
  • Knowledge of the Washington State Indian Child Welfare Act.
  • Knowledge of the or ability to gain knowledge of the Spokane Tribal Youth Code.
  • Knowledge of and ability to adhere to Mandatory Reporting Standards for child abuse and neglect.
  • Knowledge of the DSHS ICW Policy Manual.
  • Prefer skills in interviewing children of all ages.
  • Prefer skills in interviewing adults.
  • Ability to work effectively with difficult client populations, including persons with drug addition, mental illness, developmental disabilities and others who may be angry and critical.
  • Have the ability to utilize computer, Microsoft Software, fax machines, scanners, in order to write letters, memo’s, prepare court updates, inter-departmental staffing reports, service episode recording, etc.
  • Have knowledge of the dynamics of child abuse and neglect and its effect on children’s development and mental health.
  • Ability to maintain strict codes of confidentiality.
  • Ability to perform duties in ethical and professional manner.
  • Ability to attend relevant and ongoing training.
  • Ability to promote community awareness of the Child Advocate Program

 MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related field OR AA degree and 3 years’ experience as a CASA.
  • Applicant must not possess “Founded” allegation of child abuse and or neglect with Tribal or State Agency.
  • Substance Free for one year.
  • Applicant must not have any criminal conviction in any Tribal, State or Federal jurisdiction.
  • Must have valid Washington State Driver’s License, good driving record and be tribally insurable.
  • Applicant must pass Criminal Background Check.

 

 

Applications Are Available In the Tribal Human Resources Department

Contact: Sabrina McCoy, or Andrea Flett

(509) 458-6583 or (509) 458-6527

P.O. Box 206, Wellpinit, WA 99040

FAX: (509) 458-6556

E-mail:   hrfrontdesk@spokanetribe.com

Applications Must Be Received In The Human Resources Department No

Later Than 4:30 p.m. on The Closing Date

The Spokane Tribe Reserves The Right To Hire According To Its Indian

Preference Policy

Applicants Are Subject To A Pre-Employment Drug Test

Positions With The Spokane Tribe Are Subject To A 90-Day Orientation Period