Human Resources Department

 

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.

 

Open Position: Planning and Development Grants Associate/Writer

Job Title: Planning and Development Grants Associate/Writer
Department: Tribal Administration/Planning & Development
Reports To: The Tribal Administrator
Salary: (EMS-3) $60,042 - $70,234 annually ($32.99 - $38.59/hr.) commensurate with experience
Status: Exempt with full benefits
Deadline to Apply: June 22, 2018

Summary: The Planning and Development Grants Associate is a professional planning position responsible for assisting the Planning & Development Department with all aspects of grants development and management for the Tribe.

 

Open Position: Senior Administrative Assistant

Job Title: Sr. Administrative Assistant to the Tribal Administrator
Department: Tribal Administration
Reports To: The Tribal Administrator
Salary: (AOS-5) $35,909 - $42,006 annually ($19.73 - $23.08/hr.)
Status: Non-Exempt (hrly.) with full benefits
Deadline to Apply: June 22, 2018

Summary: The Sr. Administrative Assistant to the Tribal Administrator (TA) is a professional position responsible for assisting the TA with all aspects of Operations Management for the Tribe. Some duties include: answering calls, responding to staff requests, scheduling meetings, support in the preparation of Director and Staff meeting materials, making office purchases, preparing financial documents, and follow-up on project scheduling. The Sr. Administrative Assistant must be able to multi-task and perform these essential duties independently and in a timely, organized fashion.

 

RFP for Activities Coordinator

Job Service: Activities Coordinator for “Native Youth in Science – Preserving our Homelands Youth Program.”
Location: Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe
Reports To: Natural Resources Department
Department: Natural Resources Department
Status: Contractual
Bid Range: $4,000 - $4,500

Summary: Contracted services are needed for a “Activities Coordinator” for the Native Youth in Science – Preserving our Homelands (POH) held by the Natural Resources Department of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe.  POH is a summer youth environmental science camp that combines Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) and Western conventional science concepts to teach Mashpee Wampanoag tribal middle school youth about their local environment.  The Activities Coordinator will be responsible for working with the POH staff to reinforce and support the lessons taught at the camp by tribal culture keepers, visiting environmental scientists, and other guest instructors during the camp.  POH is a day camp that will be held for three days per week (Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday) for four weeks starting July 10th and concluding August 2nd.