Programs Support Liaison

 

Position Summary

 

Programs Support Liaison (PSL) is a grant funded full-time, enthusiastic, versatile, support position reporting to Tribal Administration. The PSL will be responsible for assisting in Tribal Initiatives, which may include a variety of duties, such as the “No Citizen Left Behind” campaign, mentorship program, facilitating training and education, program implementation assistance, and providing overall support as needed.

 

Salary and Benefits:

The salary for this position starts at $41,600 annually. Benefits for eligible salaried employees include paid time off, holidays, bereavement leave, retirement, health, dental, and life insurance.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Citizen services

  • Maintain tracking, statistical data per program requirements

  • Develop assessment and follow through tools necessary to support programs

  • Actively communicate, promote, and assist citizens and staff on opportunities and needs

  • Facilitate training and education as needed

  • Recommend needs and create tasks forces to develop, implement, and coordinate programs and services geared to overall well-being of citizens – promote positive communication in all aspects and build survey data capture for all programs

  • Cultural Department Educational Support

  • New parent mentoring and support

  • Remote and field work capabilities

  • Respond to mail, email, and telephone inquiries professionally

  • Coordinate onsite and offsite meetings, trainings, catering, travel arrangements, preparing meeting materials, and event coordinating as needed

  • Participate in staff meetings

  • Special Projects as assigned

 

Requirements:

  • Leadership, facilitation, and multi-tasking skills

  • Excellent organizational, time management, and diligence skills

  • Initiative-taker, working independently and with others, in a collaborative, often fast paced team environment

  • Excellent oral and communication skills

  • Flexibility with schedule, travel, and training as needed

  • Strong information technology skills, including Microsoft Office and database programs

  • Remote work when needed

  • Commitment to values of generosity, respect, integrity, inclusion, credibility, commitment and humility, and discretion about confidential matters

 

Qualifications:

  • Minimum High School Diploma or GED

  • Minimal two years’ experience in related or transferrable skills field

  • Cultural knowledge required

  • Leadership and Management experience preferred

  • Project-Management, and Administrative Skills preferred

  • College or technical training preferred

 

Physical Demands:

Applicant must be able to lift, carry, push, and pull at least twenty pounds. Applicant must work accurately and efficiently in a busy and sometimes stressful environment with minimal supervision.

 

*Criminal Background Check and Drug Screening required*

 

The Chickahominy Indian Tribe – Eastern Division observes Indian Preference in its hiring practices per Title 25, United States Code (USC) 472, 472a, and 47; Title 25, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 5.

 

Applicants may submit a cov                  

cit-ed.org for consideration.

Job posting closes 8/12/2022.

 
Finance Officer

Position Summary

 

The Finance Officer (FO) is a part of the Employee Relations and Personnel Management Department and is a grant funded full-time, enthusiastic, versatile, position reporting to the Executive Board of Tribal Council. The FO is responsible for oversight on financial accounts, payroll, grant management, financial reporting, communicating to staff, Tribal Council and Tribal Citizens on applicable financial matters. Candidates must possess an accounting background, multi-tasking capabilities, and adaptability to an ever-changing funding, financial, and audit environment.

 

Salary and Benefits:

Competitive pay and benefits for eligible salaried employees include paid time off, holidays, bereavement leave, retirement, health, dental, and life insurance.

Responsibilities:

  • Overseeing Financial Matters, including, data entry into government accounting system (MIP), reviewing/approving transactions, tracking, and reporting.

  • Grant Management, tracking funds availability, and grant close out processes

  • Audit compliance and oversight

  • Facilitate training and education to support financial process and other related areas

  • Manage payroll processes, including MIP system entries, benefits management, and employee set up for time keeping and payroll systems.

  • Recommend policy and procedure updates as needed

  • Prepare federal, state, and grant financial reports for review and approval prior to submission according to specified deadlines

  • Reconcile bank accounts

  • Supervise Finance Assistant

  • Communicate with other departments on funds availability

  • Prepare, oversee, and assist with Tribal and other department budgets

  • Submit overall Tribal Government budget to Tribal Council for approval annually, updating and revising as needed throughout fiscal year

  • Respond to mail, email, and telephone inquiries professionally

  • Participate in staff, Tribal Council, and Tribal Citizen meetings

  • Special Projects as assigned

 

Requirements:

  • Leadership, facilitation, and multi-tasking skills

  • Excellent organizational, time management, and diligence skills

  • Initiative-taker, working independently and with others, in a collaborative, often fast paced team environment

  • Excellent oral and communication skills

  • Flexibility with schedule, travel, and training as needed

  • Strong information technology skills, including Microsoft Office and database programs

  • Remote work when needed

  • Commitment to values of generosity, respect, integrity, inclusion, credibility, commitment and humility, and discretion about confidential matters

  • MIP and Microix software experience required

 

Qualifications:

  • College degree in business with emphasis on accounting or equivalent financial service industry experience

  • Leadership and Management experience

  • Project-Management, and Administrative Skills

 

Physical Demands

 

Applicant must be flexible working remote or in person. Applicant must work accurately and efficiently in a busy and sometimes stressful environment with minimal supervision.

*Criminal Background Check and Drug Screening required*

The Chickahominy Indian Tribe – Eastern Division observes Indian Preference in its hiring practices per Title 25, United States Code (USC) 472, 472a, and 47; Title 25, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 5.

Applicants may submit                     cit-ed.org for consideration. Job

posting closes 8/5/2022.

 
 
Shop Manager/Mechanic

 

Position Summary

 

The Chickahominy Indian Tribe – Eastern Division is proud to announce the opening on a brand new, state of the art facility scheduled to begin operations in September of 2022. We are looking for a full-time team player to create and build the business, recommend services and prices, provide quality work, manage future employees and operations, and support revenue generating initiatives. Individual will facilitate, implement, and lead initiatives to promote the reputation of the services provided by the Shop as the preferred service provider in the area.

 

Salary and Benefits:

Competitive pay and benefits for eligible salaried employees include paid time off, holidays, bereavement leave, retirement, health, dental, and life insurance.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Performs scheduled maintenance on a variety of vehicles and equipment, minor and major vehicle and equipment repair including welding as needed

  • State Inspections certified and CDL

  • Hazardous waste management and disposal

  • Forklift operation and repair experience

  • Maintain a clean shop and surrounding work areas

  • Train and maintain certifications necessary as ongoing technician training and development

  • Knowledge in both diesel and gas engines, including engine components, emissions controls, wiring, tune up and repair, AC service, transmission repair, brakes, tires, alignment, etc.

  • Conduct routine maintenance work (replacing fluids, lubricating parts, etc.) aiming to vehicle functionality and longevity

  • Schedule future maintenance sessions and advise motorists on good vehicle use

  • Diagnose, troubleshoot, repair, or replace broken or dysfunctional parts and fix issues

  • Provide accurate estimates (cost, time, effort) for a repair or maintenance job

  • Maintain accurate work orders, repair, inventory, and other pertinent records

  • Maintain equipment and tools in good condition

  • Process payments for services

  • Manage future shop employees

  • Recommend equipment and services offered to generate revenue

  • Teach basic shop/technical skills classes

  • Provide ethical and moral recommendations with pricing and quality services offered

 

Requirements:

  • Valid Driver's license and safe driving record

  • State Inspection license preferred

  • AC Certified

  • Welding experience

  • Proven leadership skills

  • Ability to use and maintain common tools properly and safely

  • Familiar with Windows and Microsoft Office 365

  • Ability to Lift up to 100 Pounds

 

Qualifications:

  • Minimal 10+ years of related experience

  • Managerial, supervisory, and leadership experience

  • Minimal High school Diploma, Trade School, or work experience equivalent

  • Basic shop equipment knowledge

  • Flexibility

 

*Criminal Background Check and Drug Screening required*

The Chickahominy Indian Tribe – Eastern Division observes Indian Preference in its hiring practices per Title 25, United States Code (USC) 472, 472a, and 47; Title 25, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 5.

Applicants may submit a cover letter and resume to info@cit-ed.org for consideration.

Job posting closes 8/19/2022.