Human Resources Department

 

Open Position: Professional Transportation Driver

Job Title: Professional Transportation Driver
Location: Mashpee Tribal Offices incl. Maushop Farm, 213 Sampsons Mill Rd., Mashpee
Reports To: Transportation Coordinator
Department: Public Works
Status: Non-Exempt. Full-time 35 hrs/wk.
Salary Classification: MFS – 3; $16.91/hr.
Closing Date: December 04, 2018

Summary: The professional Transportation Driver operates tribal vehicles transporting tribal members to and from scheduled medical appointments or other activities, such as tribal meetings. Driver performs the responsible safe operations of a handicap accessible, Ford Econ-line 450, 13 passenger van. The professional Transportation Driver conducts this service in compliance with all applicable MWT/MA DOT regulations, and avoiding damage to equipment or passengers, with respect for his/her own personal safety and the safety of others on the road. He/she ensures (tribal citizens) customer service commitments and Tribal administration service targets are achieved, and protects the integrity and security of the passengers at all times.

 

Open Position: Court Administrator/Project Director

Job Title: Court Administrator/Project Director
Hours: 24 hours per week
Salary: $28.00 per hour
Benefits: N/A
Supervisor: Elders Judiciary Committee

Job Summary: This position is a part-time court. The Court Administrator shall be responsible for the administration of all activities and all judicial staff members of the Tribal Judicial System.  Responsibilities include monitoring expenditures and meeting with the Chief Judge to ensure that the court budget and grant budgets are maintained within allowed limits, ordering and securing the Tribal Court library, providing public information.  Work cooperatively with the Chief Judge in the administration of the Tribal Court.

 

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.