Professional Development/Human Resource Manager Duties: Plans and oversees a system for maintenance of:
Personnel Files for every Head Start employee and volunteers.
New hire orientation and paperwork. Staff checklist and updates for required trainings, certifications and credentials.
ECE / Career Development / Literacy Coordinator Duties:
Coordinates the Education and Early Childhood Development content of the Head Start program.
Reviews and revises education work plan annually.
Establishes policies and procedures for the education portion of the program.
Develops the program transition protocol for children moving from year one to year two in the program.
Facilities Manager Duties:
Develops and implements centralized purchases for equipment, supplies, repairs and maintenance.
Develops and implements system for building security.
Closing date: April 28, 2017
Position Title: Crow Tribal Operation Specialist #170003
Job Overview: This position monitors related fiscal operations to ensure adequate support for tribal members pursuing economic development opportunities. Providing technical assistance to improve lending opportunities. Provide training and workshops to local communities. Responsibilities include performing analyses, recommendations, designing, developing, and maintaining budget systems, policies, and methods. Oversee and coordinate the preparation and submission of loan applications to attain funding. Assignment of loan applications, mortgage or loan delinquent portfolios. Analysis of loan portfolios pertaining to financial information, and monitoring the Bureau of Indian Affairs Loan Guaranty Program. Oversee and review the development, monitoring, and management to ensure project outcomes are met within budget and regulatory constraints. Submit annual reporting, submit financial reporting, meeting compliance standards policy, regulations and procedures.
Qualifications: Master’s degree preferred and minimum Bachelor’s degree in business, economics, finance, or related field. Two years of job related experience in lending and federal management experience is a plus. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of business, finance, trust real-estate, economic development and management for the Tribal Operations Program. Cost comparison analysis. Maintain accountability of the Financial Function contracted from the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Ability to research, and analyze information to tribal members about the BIA Guaranteed Loan Program and financial products and services of lending institutions.
Posting Date: April 03, 2017 Closing: May 05, 2017
The Crow Tribe Abandoned Mine Lands Program is now accepting applications for seasonal workers. The Crow AML Program will be hiring Crew Bosses and Laborers for the upcoming 2017 construction season. An updated physical will be required to start employment. Applications are available at the AML Program offices and the Crow Tribe Human Resources office. Applications can also be downloaded at Crow-nsn.gov/human resources Submit completed applications to Verlie Whiteman at the AML Program office. Closing date: May 5, 2017.