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See complete job description for “Grants Manager” below

 

Security Guard (Essential Employee)

Job Title: Security Guard (Essential Employee)

Location: Mashpee Tribal Offices

Reports To: Security Supervisor

Department: Homeland Security Department / Police Department

Status: Full-time with benefits

Salary Range: AOS 4: 18.27 per hour

Closing Date: Open until filled

Summary: Maintains safe and secure environment for tribal members, employees, and visitors by patrolling and monitoring premises and personnel. Responsible for the protection of all tribal assets.

 

Water Resources Technician

Job Title: Water Resources Technician

Location: Mashpee

Reports To: Director of Natural Resources

Department: Natural Resources Department

Status: Full-time, Non-Exempt - 35 hours a week

Salary Range: (MFS-6) $38,784/year – ($21.31/hr.)

Closing Date: August 1, 2019

SUMMARY: Under general supervision of the Director for the Natural Resources Department (NRD); the Water Resources Technician will oversee the development and implementation of the plan to address water quality within the community. The Water Resources Technician will provide a high level of technical, analytical, statistical, and research methods in preparing reports. The Water Resources Technician will perform field and laboratory operation to assist in implementing the existing surface water monitoring programs.

 

Open Position(s): Child & Family Caseworker (2)

Job Title: Child & Family Caseworker (2)

Location: Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal Community & Government Center

Reports To: Child & Family Services Dept.

Status: Full-Time (Non-exempt/hourly – min. of 40 hrs./wk. plus benefits)

Salary Grade: AOS-7 range: $23.01/hr. - $35.42 (commensurate with experience)

Closing Date: Open until filled

Summary: Child & Family caseworker provides assistance to tribal families to improve their social and economic home environment; to protect children and their families so as to maximize the family’s well-being. Responsibilities will include assessing the families safety, abuse/neglect and to be aware of any signs of danger in the family. Assess the family strengths and weaknesses, along with the family’s capabilities. Must have a strong desire to help others. Advises and aids individuals and tribal families requiring assistance in compliance with the MWT Child & Family Service Policy & Procedures Manual.

 

OPEN POSITION: TRIBAL OPERATIONS MANAGER

Job Title: Operations Manager

Location: Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe Community and Government Center

Reports To: Tribal Council Chairperson

Department: Tribal Operations

Salary Grade: MW 11

Salary Range**: Low - $54,217.80 | Mid - $72,290.40 | High - $90,360.00

(**Annual salary based on 35 hours + work week)

Deadline to Apply: deadline for first screening is June 30, 2019

Summary:  Under the direction of the Tribal Council Chairperson, manages and directs the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribes’ administrative departments, programs and services, by performing the following duties personally and through subordinate managers and staff, under the direct supervision of the Tribal Council Chairperson.

Open Position: ICWA Caseworker

Job Title: Human Services/ICWA Caseworker

Location: Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal Community & Government Center

Reports To: ICWA Director

Status: Full-Time (Non-exempt/hrly – min. of 35 hrs./wk. plus benefits)

Salary Grade: AOS-7 range: $23.01/hr. - $35.42 (commensurate with experience)

Closing Date: Open until filled

Summary: ICWA caseworker provides assistance to tribal families to improve their social and economic home environment; to protect children and their families so as to maximize the family’s well-being. Responsibilities will include assessing the families safety, abuse/neglect and to be aware of any signs of danger in the family. Assess the family strengths and weaknesses, along with the family’s capabilities. Must have a strong desire to help others. Advises and aids individuals and tribal families requiring assistance in compliance with the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA)

 

OPEN POSITION: GRANT MANAGER

Job Title:  Grant Manager

Location:   Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe Community and Government Center

Department:  Planning and Development

Report To:  Operations Manager

Salary: $70,233.80/year 

Deadline to Apply: deadline for first screening is June 30, 2019

SUMMARY: The Grant Manager researches and identifies potential funding sources for the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe (Tribe). The Grant Writer researches, develops, collaborates, writes and edits applications and related reports. The Grant Writer will identify, prepare and submit grant applications and proposals for the Tribe’s existing and future program activities within strict deadlines.

 

Open Position: Construction Project Manager

Job Title: Construction Project Manager
Location: Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe Community and Government Center
Reports To: Tribal Administrator (or the TA’s designee)
Department: Tribal Operations – Education Department
Status: Temporary Staff – project period – Non-exempt (hourly)
Salary: $45. - $60./per hour, commensurate with experience, up to 21 hrs./week
Closing Date: Until Filled (internal and/or recently laid off personnel closing date: on Jan. 11)

Job Description Summary: The CCDF Daycare facility project manager will be responsible for managing all contractors, from beginning to end, in the feasibility study phase, schematic design phase, and engineer/construction phase ensuring that the project is completed within time and budgetary constraints. The oversight and observations of the Project Manager shall facilitate provisions to protect against defects and deficiencies in the work.

 

Job Announcement: Contract Tribal Prosecutor

June 20, 2018

Scope: The Tribal Prosecutor represents the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe in Tribal Court in criminal prosecutions and civil code violations. The prosecutor reports to and is supervised by the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal Council. The Prosecutor is to be the chief law enforcement officer of the Tribe and shall be responsible for all criminal investigations and prosecutions. And to Undertake all duties and functions otherwise authorized for the Tribal Prosecutor by Tribal law, or necessary and proper to the exercise of a duty or function authorized by Tribal law.