GLITC is an Equal Opportunity Employer applying Native American Preference as defined in Title 25, U.S. Code, Section 44-46 and 47.


Accepting applications for the following open positions only:
  • Tribal Smoke Free Housing Program Coordinator
    Location: Great Lakes Inter Tribal Council
    Salary: $35,000-$40,000
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  • Tribal Smoke Free Housing Program Coordinator
    Location: Great Lakes Inter Tribal Council || Salary: $35,000-$40,000

    Responsibilities:

    The Program Coordinator for the Healthier Wisconsin Partnership Program (HWPP) will lead a smoke-free tribal housing initiative. The coordinator will work together with local wellness coalitions and tribal housing authorities to improve the quality of life for tribal members through education, advocacy, policy development, and implementation relative to smoke-free housing. The coordinator will work closely with HWPP and the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) and share responsibility of transferring all communication to the tribal communities. Attendance as scheduled is an essential function of this position. Frequent travel to tribal communities is required.


    Qualifications:

    Required: Associate’s or equivalent experience in program management. Experience with Native American Tribal culture is essential. Desired: Bachelor’s degree and experience with a Native American Tribal organization and/or not-for-profit agency is preferred. Experience in grant writing, graphic design, and GIS is preferred Individual must possess: excellent verbal and written communication skills; professional demeanor and appearance; problem solving skills; ability to manage time effectively; self-motivation skills; work effectively under pressure; ability to build positive work relationships with internal and external customers; ability to interact professionally with a wide variety of people; speak in front of groups. Individual must be able to apply advanced reasoning skills to problem solving and use basic mathematical skills. Must possess valid driver’s license and/or reliable transportation with adequate insurance and ability to travel.


    Additional Notes/Details:

    : Work closely with participating Tribes in the effective execution of goals and objectives of the program. Ensure compliance through proper monitoring and reporting. *Engage with and/or create Tribal Advisory Boards to draft and implement smoke-free housing policies. *Utilize Tribal Advisory Boards to educate and promote policy systems and environmental change, which seeks to eliminate secondhand smoke exposure. *Collaborate with Tribal Advisory Boards, Tribal Housing Authorities, Housing Tenants, and Tribal Governments to formulate policy and ensure communication at all levels. *Prepare for and facilitate Tribal Advisory Board meetings and community input meetings. *Manage the reimbursement of food, travel, and other costs associated with meetings. *Report to the Project Investigator (PI) for required items related to the evaluation process and overall project. *Participate in community events to educate and advocate for traditional tobacco use. *Assist Program Director with reporting, budgeting, and tracking progress. *Administer and develop surveys as guided by the program and Tribal Advisory Boards. Disseminate and report final surveys to tribes. *Engage in long range planning for the program and seek additional funding sources on an ongoing basis, which includes writing grants. *Prepare annual reports for the funder. Ensure complete and accurate recordkeeping. *Coordinate the provision of smoking cessation services to Tribal members as needed.





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    Human Resources
    800-472-7207
    hr@glitc.org

    Deadline: 7/24/2018
  • Administrative Assistant PT - VRNA
    Location: Black River Falls
    Salary: $10-$13 per hour part-time LTE
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  • Administrative Assistant PT - VRNA
    Location: Black River Falls || Salary: $10-$13 per hour part-time LTE

    Responsibilities:

    Under the direction of the Program Director, organize, maintain and control a wide variety of paper and electronic confidential files. Screen and route visitors, telephone calls and mail to the appropriate person. Provide general office services such as photocopy, fax, and drafting various forms of correspondence and communications. Provide hospitality for consumers/visitors during arrival and meetings. Assist staff with outreach and other community events. Assist staff with vendor contacts, information gathering, setting of appointments. Maintaining office supplies and equipment. Ensure communications and interactions are delivered in a culturally competent manner. Ability to travel to various community and Tribal sites regularly.


    Qualifications:

    Required: High School Diploma or Equivalent Education Desired: Associate’s degree in administrative assistance preferred. Previous administrative experience strongly preferred. Experience with a Native American Tribal organization and/or not-for-profit agency desirable. Individual must possess: excellent verbal and written communication skills; professional demeanor and appearance; problem solving skills; ability to manage time effectively; self-motivation skills; work effectively under pressure; ability to build positive work relationships with internal and external customers; ability to interact professionally with a wide variety of people. Individual must be able to follow routine instructions and apply logic in the solving of various computer related issues. Must be able to perform basic math (add, subtract, multiply, divide).


    Additional Notes/Details:

    Must possess valid driver’s license and/or reliable transportation with adequate insurance and ability to travel. Utilizes a PC and computer printer for word processing, spreadsheets, e-mail, internet access, and other specific applications. Utilizes a keyboard, telephone, fax, office copier and other general office equipment. Answers a Multi-line phone. Work is performed mainly in an office environment with minimal exposure to injury. Occasional travel to attend off-site staff meetings or training sessions. Position requires bending and lifting up to 15-20 pounds. Regularly scheduled work hours are 8:00 AM – 1 PM Monday through Friday and will average 25 hours a week. There will be some variation in work hours due to special projects, deadlines, and other concerns. This is limited-term position, which may lead to a permanent position.





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    Human Resources
    800-472-7207
    hr@glitc.org

    Deadline: 8/3/2018
  • Epidemiologist - Behavioral Health Focus
    Location: Lac du Flamebeau, WI
    Salary: $47,000 to $65,000 per year
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  • Epidemiologist - Behavioral Health Focus
    Location: Lac du Flamebeau, WI || Salary: $47,000 to $65,000 per year

    Responsibilities:

    The Epidemiologist with focus on Behavioral/Mental Health and Other Substance Abuse (BMSA) issues include carrying out a broad range of epidemiologic activities including: assessment, analysis and interpretation of Tribal / State collected information; technical assistance to Tribes on a variety of epidemiological issues focusing on drug abuse, substance abuse research, program planning, evaluation and training in relation to properly using statistical information. Daily attendance is an essential job function of this position. Frequent travel is required. Principal Duties: Provide epidemiology assistance to Tribal Nations and Urban programs in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Michigan with a variety of behavioral/mental health and BMSA topics. *Work with federal, state, local and non-profit public health agencies to acquire and support data quality improvement, depository, and management efforts with and for tribal Nations. *Coordinate with other Epidemiologists serving tribes to produce regional data products, write semi-annual and annual reports, provide training, and coordinate program advisory committees. *Assist tribes in development of MOU’s and other working agreements to share data and resources with state, county, and local public health agencies. *Assist with internal grant writing, submitting reports and developing budgets. *Meet with Wisconsin, Michigan, and/or Minnesota tribal health directors periodically to update them on GLITC Epidemiology Center mental/behavioral health activities and determine additional epidemiologic assistance. *Attend all mandatory meetings to maintain a comprehensive knowledge base of behavioral/mental health, BMSA and additional resources from tribal, federal, state and local agencies.


    Qualifications:

    Required: Master’s degree in Public Health with specialization in epidemiology, emphasis behavioral/mental health or equivalent, two to five years’ related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Desired: Demonstrated experience working effectively with or for Tribal Nations and/or American Indian/Alaska Native organizations and/or not-for-profit agencies. Individual must possess: excellent verbal and written communication skills; professional demeanor and appearance; technical presentation skills; problem solving skills; critical thinking skills; ability to manage time efficiently; self-motivation skills; work effectively under pressure; effective ability to build positive working relationships with internal and external stakeholders; ability to interact professionally with a wide variety of people and speak in front of groups. Individual must be able to address a wide range of intellectual and practical problems, apply statistical calculations to findings, and the ability to compose complex business correspondence (reports, health profiles.) Requires a high level of confidentiality. Must possess valid driver’s license and/or reliable transportation with adequate insurance and ability to travel frequently.


    Additional Notes/Details:

    Worksite will be within the Wisconsin Epidemiology service area; GLITC Headquarters is Lac du Flambeau, WI. This position has a starting rate of $47,000 to $65,000 (depending on experience) per year with benefits including; Annual/Personal Leave and Holiday Pay; Health, Dental, Life & AD&D, STD and LTD Insurance, FSA and 403(b) Retirement Plan. To Apply: Preferred method is to apply through indeed.com; search using job posting title or organization name. Otherwise, email a resume, cover letter, or application to hr@glitc.org. See the employment page of our website at www.glitc.org for the application. *Only the most qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview. Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council (GLITC) is an equal opportunity employer that applies Native American Preference as defined in Section 703(i) of the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, 42 U.S.C. § 2000e-2(i). Consistent with the referenced Native American Preference, it is the policy of GLITC to provide employment, compensation, and other benefits related to employment based on qualifications of the job applied for, without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, veteran status or disability, or any other basis prohibited by federal or state law. As an equal opportunity employer, GLITC intends to comply fully with all federal and state laws and the information requested on this application will not be used for any purpose prohibited by law. Disabled applicants may request a needed accommodation from the representative of the Human Resource Department, PO Box 9 Lac Du Flambeau, WI 54538 or phone (715) 588-1069 or (800) 872-7207.





    For Inquiries & More Information, Please Contact:
    Human Resources
    715-588-1069
    hr@glitc.org

    Deadline: open until filled
  • Epidemiologist
    Location: Lac du Flamebeau, WI
    Salary: $47,000 to $65,000 per year
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  • Epidemiologist
    Location: Lac du Flamebeau, WI || Salary: $47,000 to $65,000 per year

    Responsibilities:

    The Epidemiologist responsibilities include carrying out a very broad range of epidemiologic activities that serves 34 Tribal Nations, four Urban Indian Programs and three Indian Health Service (IHS) units, covering the geographical areas of Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Chicago. Specifics include surveillance, assessment and analysis, providing technical assistance on a variety of epidemiological issues addressing morbidity, mortality, incidence and prevalence of illness associated to social determinants. Daily attendance is an essential component of this position. Principal Duties: Acquire, assess and report on health statistics to improve Tribal Nation and Urban Indian health programs. *Assist in building the capacity of Tribal staff to conduct epidemiological functions related to data collection, analysis and interpretations for use in grant applications and program modifications. *Provide capacity building assistance to Tribal Nations for data management, health program planning and evaluation in areas of chronic and infectious diseases, environmental and maternal/child health. *Work with Federal, State and local public health departments and IHS to acquire data needed to develop health profiles, community health assessments and to coordinate public health workshops and trainings for Tribal Nations. Works to coordinate with other Epidemiologists serving Wisconsin, Michigan and Minnesota that produce regional data products, annual reports, provide training, and build program capacity. *Assemble and coordinate project specific health advisory and adhoc health work groups that promote partnerships with Tribal Nations and governmental public health departments. *Assist in development of Memorandums of Understanding’s and Inter-agency agreements, with federal, tribal, state, county and local health agencies and medical institutions. *Meet with Wisconsin, Michigan, and Minnesota Tribal health directors periodically to update them on GLITC Epidemiology Center activities to determine epidemiologic strategies to build program capacity. *Frequent travel is required for this job. Must be able to serve as a project coordinator on specific federal grants.


    Qualifications:

    Required: Master’s degree in Public Health with specialization in epidemiology, emphasis bio statistics, public health or equivalent, two to five years’ related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Desired: Demonstrated experience working effectively with or for Tribal Nations and/or American Indian/Alaska Native organizations and/or not-for-profit agencies. Individual must possess: excellent verbal and written communication skills; professional demeanor and appearance; technical presentation skills; problem solving skills; critical thinking skills; ability to manage time efficiently; self-motivation skills; work effectively under pressure; effective ability to build positive working relationships with internal and external stakeholders; ability to interact professionally with a wide variety of people and speak in front of groups. Individual must be able to address a wide range of intellectual and practical problems, apply statistical calculations to findings, and the ability to compose complex business correspondence (reports, health profiles.) Requires a high level of confidentiality. Must possess valid driver’s license and/or reliable transportation with adequate insurance and ability to travel frequently.


    Additional Notes/Details:

    Worksite will be within the Wisconsin Epidemiology service area; GLITC Headquarters is Lac du Flambeau, WI. This is a full time exempt position with a starting rate of $47,000 to $65,000 (depending on experience) per year with benefits including: Annual/Personal Leave and Holiday Pay; Health, Dental, Life & AD&D, STD and LTD Insurance, FSA and 403(b) Retirement Plan. To Apply: Preferred method is to apply through indeed.com; search using job posting title or organization name. Otherwise, email a resume, cover letter, or application to hr@glitc.org. See the employment page of our website at www.glitc.org for the application. *Only the most qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview. Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council (GLITC) is an equal opportunity employer that applies Native American Preference as defined in Section 703(i) of the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, 42 U.S.C. § 2000e-2(i). Consistent with the referenced Native American Preference, it is the policy of GLITC to provide employment, compensation, and other benefits related to employment based on qualifications of the job applied for, without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, veteran status or disability, or any other basis prohibited by federal or state law. As an equal opportunity employer, GLITC intends to comply fully with all federal and state laws and the information requested on this application will not be used for any purpose prohibited by law. Disabled applicants may request a needed accommodation from the representative of the Human Resource Department, PO Box 9 Lac Du Flambeau, WI 54538 or phone (715) 588-1069 or (800) 872-7207. **Closing date is: until filled – more than 1 position is available





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    715-588-1069
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    Deadline: until filled - multiple openings
  • Administrative Assistant PT- VRNA
    Location: Odanah
    Salary: $10-$13 per hour part-time LTE
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  • Administrative Assistant PT- VRNA
    Location: Odanah || Salary: $10-$13 per hour part-time LTE

    Responsibilities:

    Required: High School Diploma or Equivalent Education Desired: Associate’s degree in administrative assistance preferred. Previous administrative experience strongly preferred. Experience with a Native American Tribal organization and/or not-for-profit agency desirable. Individual must possess: excellent verbal and written communication skills; professional demeanor and appearance; problem solving skills; ability to manage time effectively; self-motivation skills; work effectively under pressure; ability to build positive work relationships with internal and external customers; ability to interact professionally with a wide variety of people.


    Qualifications:

    Must possess valid driver’s license and/or reliable transportation with adequate insurance and ability to travel. Utilizes a PC and computer printer for word processing, spreadsheets, e-mail, internet access, and other specific applications. Utilizes a keyboard, telephone, fax, office copier and other general office equipment. Answers a Multi-line phone. Work is performed mainly in an office environment with minimal exposure to injury. Occasional travel to attend off-site staff meetings or training sessions. Position requires bending and lifting up to 15-20 pounds. Regularly scheduled work hours are 8:00 AM – 1 PM Monday through Friday and will average 25 hours a week. There will be some variation in work hours due to special projects, deadlines, and other concerns. This is limited-term position, which may lead to a permanent position.


    Additional Notes/Details:

    Must possess valid driver’s license and/or reliable transportation with adequate insurance and ability to travel. Utilizes a PC and computer printer for word processing, spreadsheets, e-mail, internet access, and other specific applications. Utilizes a keyboard, telephone, fax, office copier and other general office equipment. Answers a Multi-line phone. Work is performed mainly in an office environment with minimal exposure to injury. Occasional travel to attend off-site staff meetings or training sessions. Position requires bending and lifting up to 15-20 pounds. Regularly scheduled work hours are 8:00 AM – 1 PM Monday through Friday and will average 25 hours a week. There will be some variation in work hours due to special projects, deadlines, and other concerns. This is limited-term position, which may lead to a permanent position.





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    Human Resources
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    hr@glitc.org

    Deadline: 8/3/2018
  • Fiscal Administrative Assistant -VRNA Program
    Location: Great Lakes Inter Tribal Council
    Salary: $18-$20 per hour
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  • Fiscal Administrative Assistant -VRNA Program
    Location: Great Lakes Inter Tribal Council || Salary: $18-$20 per hour

    Responsibilities:

    The Fiscal Administrative Assistant develops, implements, and maintains budget, financial procedures and financial files for the Vocational Rehabilitation for Native Americans (VRNA) programs. Daily attendance is an essential job function. Reports directly to the Program Director. Daily contact the VRNA staff for the purpose of gathering and providing information to resolve concerns and provide information. Acts as a liaison to the Accounting Department with frequent contact to gather and provide information. Regular contact with outside vendors. Ongoing contact with federal and state agencies for purposes of remaining current on various issues.


    Qualifications:

    Required: Associate degree in business administration, accounting or equivalent experience is required. Minimum of one year of experience in business management or accounting, preferably within mid to large size organizations. Desired: Experience with a Native American Tribal organization and/or not-for-profit agency desirable. Individual must possess: excellent verbal and written communication skills; professional demeanor and appearance; problem solving skills; ability to manage time effectively; self-motivation skills; work effectively under pressure; ability to build positive work relationships with internal and external customers; ability to interact professionally with a wide variety of people.


    Additional Notes/Details:

    Communicate and interact with VRNA counselors regarding disposition of service requests. Order office supplies for counselors and VRNA staff members. Assure that all services are delivered in a culturally competent manner. Engage in networking activities to ensure awareness of services available. Participate on various committees outside and within the organization as deemed necessary and appropriate to the position and supervisor. Attend all training sessions and meetings as scheduled. Attend technical conferences and seminars to stay current on technological advances. Perform other duties as necessary to fulfill the responsibilities of this position.





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    Human Resources
    800-472-7207
    hr@glitc.org

    Deadline: 8/3/2018
  • Home Visiting Specialist - Family Support
    Location: Lac Du Flambeau, WI
    Salary: $14-$16 per hour
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  • Home Visiting Specialist - Family Support
    Location: Lac Du Flambeau, WI || Salary: $14-$16 per hour

    Responsibilities:

    The Family Support Specialist is responsible for initiating and maintaining regular, weekly contact and support with recipient families with children from birth up to five years. This service position will follow the Healthy Families America model of care and use the Growing Great Kids curriculum. Extensive training will be provided to the right candidate and with a minimum 1-year commitment. Principal Duties: Establish a trusting relationship with recipient families. *Assist in strengthening the parent-child relationship. *Assist with improvement of skills to optimize the home environment. *Assist in developing and maintaining an advisory group. *Improve the family support systems. *Increase the family’s ability to problem-solve and assume the role of advocate for themselves and their children. *Identify other needs of the family, provide referrals to other services when necessary, and assist families to complete the referral/contact/appointment. *Assist the family in establishing goals and creates a plan for accomplishment of those goals. *Assess the normal growth and development of the target child. *Complete data entry within 48 hours of family contact. *Work as a team member to ensure Medicaid Prenatal Care Coordination (PNCC) requirements are met as directed by the Registered Nurse providing PNCC services. *Manage complicated schedules ensuring participation in all necessary meetings and trainings including; weekly case management meetings, weekly reflective supervision meetings, COP meetings, CQI meetings, quarterly grantee meetings and all Healthy Families America (HFA) trainings.


    Qualifications:

    Required: Must possess valid driver’s license, have access to reliable transportation with adequate insurance and be able to travel. High School Diploma. Must be hardworking, honest and understand family dynamics. Desired: Associates Degree in Early Childhood preferred and/or equivalent experience working in the field. Experience working with a Native American Tribal organization and/or not-for-profit agency desirable. Individual must possess: Knowledge of infant and child development, parent-child attachment and maternal-infant health. Knowledge and experience in strength-based and family-centered provision of primary prevention services, and/or direct experience as a home visitor. Respect for and sensitivity to the needs and rights of others, including those with differing cultural, racial, sexual, or ethnic identities. Ability to establish trusting relationships and work effectively with mothers, fathers and extended family. Belief that children need to be nurtured


    Additional Notes/Details:

    This is a full time hourly position working Mon-Fri 8am to 4:30pm in Lac du Flambeau, WI. The starting range for salary is $14-16/hour with benefits including; Annual/Personal Leave and Holiday Pay; Health, Dental, Life & AD&D, STD and LTD Insurance, FSA and 403(b) Retirement Plan. **Pre-Employment background check and drug screen are required. To Apply: Preferred method is to apply through indeed.com; search using job posting title or organization name. Otherwise, email a resume, cover letter, or application to hr@glitc.org. See the employment page of our website at www.glitc.org for the application. **Only the most qualified applicants will be contacted for an interview. Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council (GLITC) is an equal opportunity employer that applies Native American Preference as defined in Section 703(i) of the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, 42 U.S.C. § 2000e-2(i). Consistent with the referenced Native American Preference, it is the policy of GLITC to provide employment, compensation, and other benefits related to employment based on qualifications of the job applied for, without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, veteran status or disability, or any other basis prohibited by federal or state law. As an equal opportunity employer, GLITC intends to comply fully with all federal and state laws and the information requested on this application will not be used for any purpose prohibited by law. Disabled applicants may request a needed accommodation from the representative of the Human Resource Department, PO Box 9 Lac Du Flambeau, WI 54538 or phone (715) 588-1069 or (800) 872-7207.





    For Inquiries & More Information, Please Contact:
    Human Resources
    715-588-1069
    hr@glitc.org

    Deadline: 7/31/18
  • Youth Program Coordinator- Lincoln Hills
    Location: Irma, Wisconsin
    Salary: $18-$22 per hour
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  • Youth Program Coordinator- Lincoln Hills
    Location: Irma, Wisconsin || Salary: $18-$22 per hour

    Responsibilities:

    The Youth Program Coordinator Lincoln Hills School duties will be to plan and implement the Lincoln Hill School Program for Native American juvenile offenders. Provide cultural, educational, and historical activities for Native American students. Assists in the counseling and placement of students. Daily attendance is an essential job duty. Minimal travel is required. This is a full- time hourly position working at the worksite Lincoln Hills in Irma, WI. The starting wage is $18-22 per hour based on experience working with benefits including: Annual/Personal Leave and Holiday Pay; Health, Dental, Life & AD&D, STD and LTD Insurance, FSA and 403(b) Retirement Plan. Regular work hours are normally Monday through Friday 2pm to 10pm and will usually average 40-45 hours a week. There will be some variation in work hours due to special projects, deadlines, and other concerns. Work is performed mainly at a detention facility with juvenile offenders, above average exposure to injury. Minimal travel is required to execute the functions of this position.


    Qualifications:

    Qualifications: Required: Associate’s degree in a health and human service field required. Minimum three years of experience in health and human services required or an equivalent combination of education and relevant experience. Desired: Experience with a Native American Tribal organization and/or not-for-profit agency desirable. Grant writing and funding experience preferred. Individual must possess: excellent verbal and written communication skills; professional demeanor and appearance; problem solving skills; ability to manage time effectively; self-motivation skills; work effectively under pressure; ability to build positive work relationships with internal and external customers; ability to interact professionally with a wide variety of people; speak in front of groups. Individual must be able to apply advanced reasoning skills to problem solving and use basic mathematical skills. Must possess valid driver’s license and/or reliable transportation with adequate insurance and ability to travel. To Apply: Preferred method is to apply through indeed.com; search using job posting title or organization name. Otherwise, email a resume, cover letter, or application to hr@glitc.org. See the employment page of our website at www.glitc.org for the application. *Only the most qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview.


    Additional Notes/Details:

    Principal Duties Counsel Native American youth in individual or group settings within the correctional institutions. Teach history, tradition, culture, and spiritual life classes. Provide youth outreach in the communities and focus on prevention. Perform, conduct and guide cultural events. Orient students to preventive programs. Train staff to deal with negative behaviors and counseling. Work closely with participating Tribes and other health and human service departments in the effective execution of goals and objectives of the program. Develop necessary work plans. Ensure compliance through proper monitoring and reporting. Administer program budget. Additional Duties and Responsibilities: Collaborate with other health and human services providers to continuously improve the services provided to Native American families and to develop a strong referral network. Engage in ongoing networking activities to remain current on the availability of health and human services available to Native Americans. Assure that all services are delivered in a culturally competent manner. Attend all training sessions and meetings as scheduled. Perform other duties as necessary to fulfill the responsibilities of this position. Working Relationships and Scope: Reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer. Regular contact with juvenile offenders, other department employees, health and human service providers for the purpose of obtaining and providing information. Regular contact with Tribal community members, funding sources, vendors, and suppliers. Occasional contact with state agencies. Performance Dimensions: Supports mission of Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council, Inc. Demonstrate a basic understanding of tribal customs, traditions, values, and beliefs. Quality, quantity, accuracy, timeliness and thoroughness of work performed; quality of communications and development of good working relationships with others internal and external to the organization; honesty and integrity in the execution of all activities; customer satisfaction with services provided; maintain and comply with all GLITC policies and procedures; reliability in reporting to work regularly and on time; soundness of business decisions made; maintain the integrity of confidential business information; stay current in field and utilize that information where practical. Demonstrate a friendly and helpful approach and attitude to internal and external customers; professionalism; and commitment to the job.





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    800-472-7207
    hr@glitc.org

    Deadline: Open until filled
  • Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor- Black River Falls South
    Location: Black River Falls
    Salary: $38,000 to $40,000 Annually
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  • Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor- Black River Falls South
    Location: Black River Falls || Salary: $38,000 to $40,000 Annually

    Responsibilities:

    The Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor provides a full range of vocational rehabilitation services to eligible Native Americans with disabilities to achieve successful employment outcomes. Pursue and maintain cooperative relationships with other agencies. Daily attendance is an essential function of this position. Principal Duties and Responsibilities: Determine eligibility of Native Americans to participate in vocational rehabilitation. Communicate eligibility to prospective clients. Provide ineligible individual with alternative resource suggestions. Complete necessary documentation. Develop and manage caseload in the provision of vocational and rehabilitation services to eligible Native Americans with disabilities including, but not limited to: vocational counseling and planning, arranging for vocational evaluation and training, developing and managing a caseload, documenting casework, and providing job placement and follow-up to job ready individuals. Gather, review and analyze client’s medical, psychological, and vocational background information. Arranges for and purchases additional vocational evaluation and/or psychological assessments as necessary. Review current job market information and evaluation data with clients to increase understanding of opportunities available and identify employment options most practical to pursue. Develop and implement an Individualized Plan for Employment (IPE) in cooperation with clients. Provide and/or coordinate services with other agencies necessary to implement the IPE. Contact employers for client placement opportunities. Provide ongoing vocational and personal counseling and support to assist client in completing the rehabilitation plan. Counsel clients on the job search process. Contact employed clients and identify other support needed to ensure continued employment success. Develop and maintain ongoing working relationships with other public and private agencies that may have responsibilities and/or the ability to provide services to individuals with disabilities. Contact employers within assigned geographical area for the purpose of promoting the job placement of disabled individuals and for the development of on-the-job training programs. Explore current employment opportunities for the disabled. Complete necessary documentation for all casework activities to ensure compliance with federal and state regulations, policies, and procedures and a complete and accurate client file. Communicate with other agencies as necessary on case progress. Network with other professionals in the field and in related fields to increase individual knowledge and understanding of various disabilities, vocational information, and resources available. Additional Duties and Responsibilities: Engage in ongoing networking activities to remain current on the availability of health and human services available to Native Americans. Assure that all services are delivered in a culturally competent manner. Participate on various committees both within and external to the organization as deemed necessary and appropriate to the position. Attend all mandatory training sessions and meetings as scheduled. Attend technical conferences, seminars, workshops and other education events to remain current on technological and informational advances. Perform other duties as necessary to fulfill the responsibilities of this position Working Relationships and Scope: Reports directly to the VRNA Program Director. Regular contact with other Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors for purposes of case discussion and staff meetings with Program Director. Frequent contact with various community agencies, employers, service providers, suppliers/vendors, federal and state regulatory agencies and Tribal councils for purposes of coordination and implementation of vocation rehabilitation plans and professional development. Daily contact with clients for purposes of counseling and implementing the IPE. Performance Dimensions: Supports mission of Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council, Inc. Demonstrate a basic understanding of tribal customs, traditions, values, and beliefs. Quality, quantity, accuracy, timeliness and thoroughness of work performed; quality of communications and development of good working relationships with others internal and external to the organization; honesty and integrity in the execution of all activities; customer satisfaction with services provided; maintenance and compliance with all federal, state, and GLITC policies and procedures; reliability in reporting to work regularly and on time; soundness of decisions made; maintain the integrity of confidential business and client information; depth of knowledge in vocational rehabilitation and available resources; success in coordinating employment opportunities for clients; demonstrating a friendly and helpful approach and attitude to internal and external customers; professionalism; and commitment to the job.


    Qualifications:

    Qualifications: Required: Bachelor’s degree in Counseling, Human Services, Social Work or related field required or a combination of relevant education and equivalent work experience. Minimum of two years’ experience in human services. Preferred: Experience with a Native American Tribal organization and/or not-for-profit agency preferred. Individual must possess: excellent verbal and written communication skills; professional demeanor and appearance; problem solving skills; ability to manage time effectively; self-motivation skills; ability to build positive work relationships with internal and external customers; ability to interact professionally with a wide variety of people. Individual must possess excellent language skills and be able to read and understand technical information. Must be able to perform basic math (add, subtract, multiply, divide). Must possess valid driver’s license and/or reliable transportation with adequate insurance and ability to travel. To Apply: Preferred method is to apply through indeed.com; search using job posting title or organization name. Otherwise, email a resume, cover letter, or application to hr@glitc.org. See the employment page of our website at www.glitc.org for the application. *Only the most qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview.


    Additional Notes/Details:

    This is a full- time salary exempt position working at the worksite Black River Falls, WI. The starting wage is $38,000 to $40,000 annually based on experience working with benefits including: Annual/Personal Leave and Holiday Pay; Health, Dental, Life & AD&D, STD and LTD Insurance, FSA and 403(b) Retirement Plan. Regular work hours are normally Work is performed mainly in an office environment with minimal exposure to injury. Requires ability to travel extensively. Position requires bending and lifting up to 15-40 pounds. Regular work hours are normally Monday through Friday and will usually average 40-45 hours a week. There will be some variation in work hours due to special projects, deadlines, and other concerns. Frequent mental and visual concentration for computer usage and reading/assimilating technical information. Requires the ability to receive detailed information through verbal and written communication. Alternates walking and sitting throughout workday. Quarterly travel to central office located in Lac du Flambeau, WI is required.





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    Deadline: 8/17/2018
  • Grant Writer
    Location: Great Lakes Inter Tribal Council
    Salary: $55,000 to $65,000
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  • Grant Writer
    Location: Great Lakes Inter Tribal Council || Salary: $55,000 to $65,000

    Responsibilities:

    Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council is a non-profit organization formed by the Native American Tribes of Wisconsin. We serve all WI tribes by providing administration of grant-funded programs either directly or with sub grants. Programs range from Child and Maternal services to Education to Disability and Elder benefits. Our Mission is: To Enhance the lives of all Native American People. Grant Writer The Grant Writer is responsible for facilitating preparation of proposals and grant applications, and performs professional and administrative work in researching, identifying, developing and responding to public and private grant opportunities to support existing and planned program activities or special institutional programs. Daily attendance is an essential function of this position. Principal Duties: Develop and write grant proposals to meet organizational needs as directed by management and leadership. Research and identifying funding sources, ensure codes and regulation compliance, draft proposal applications and monitoring their status during and after submission. Communicate, coordinate and cooperate closely with organizational members to facilitate proposal development. Work closely with appropriate personnel to determine goals and objectives, scope, feasibility and funding needs for programs. Maintain report deadline calendar as well as a database of information about funding sources, areas of interest, requirements for funding, status of funding requests, funding received and contact information. Maintain grant application table for all Programs/Departments. Gather and maintain files of grant (funded and not funded) electronically and in paper files, including award notices, grant tracking and all related correspondence. Follow all internal and external grant policies and procedures for grant approval and submission. Additional Duties: Engage in ongoing networking activities to remain current on the availability of services to Native Americans. Assure that all services are delivered in a culturally competent manner. Participate on committees, both internally and externally, as deemed necessary and appropriate. Attend all training sessions and meetings as scheduled. Attend conferences, seminars, workshops, and other education events to remain current on technological and informational advances as applicable. Perform other duties as necessary or as assigned to fulfill the responsibilities of the position. This is a full- time exempt position working at the worksite Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council in Lac Du Flambeau, WI. The starting wage is $55,000 to $65,000 based on experience working with benefits including: Annual/Personal Leave and Holiday Pay; Health, Dental, Life & AD&D, STD and LTD Insurance, FSA and 403(b) Retirement Plan. Regular work hours are normally Monday through Friday 8 am to 4:30 pm and will usually average 40-45 hours a week. There will be some variation in work hours due to special projects, deadlines, and other concerns. Work is performed at the Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council Office. Minimal travel is required to execute the functions of this position.


    Qualifications:

    Qualifications: Required: Bachelor's degree in Business, Communications, English or related field. Minimum three years of grant writing and funding experience. Desired: Experience with a Native American Tribal organization and/or not-for profit agency desirable. Individual must possess: excellent verbal and written communication skills; strong computer skills; professional demeanor and appearance; problem solving skills; ability to manage time effectively; self-motivation skills; work effectively under pressure; ability to build positive work relationships with internal and external customers; ability to interact professionally with a wide variety of people. Individual must be able to apply advanced reasoning skills to problem solving and use basic and advanced mathematical skills. Must possess valid driver's license and/or reliable transportation with adequate insurance and ability to travel.


    Additional Notes/Details:

    To Apply: Preferred method is to apply through indeed.com; search using job posting title or organization name. Otherwise, email a resume, cover letter, or application to hr@glitc.org. See the employment page of our website at www.glitc.org for the application. *Only the most qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview. Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council (GLITC) is an equal opportunity employer that applies Native American Preference as defined in Section 703(i) of the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, 42 U.S.C. § 2000e-2(i). Consistent with the referenced Native American Preference, it is the policy of GLITC to provide employment, compensation, and other benefits related to employment based on qualifications of the job applied for, without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, veteran status or disability, or any other basis prohibited by federal or state law. As an equal opportunity employer, GLITC intends to comply fully with all federal and state laws and the information requested on this application will not be used for any purpose prohibited by law. Disabled applicants may request a needed accommodation from the representative of the Human Resource Department, PO Box 9 Lac Du Flambeau, WI 54538 or phone (715) 588-1069 or (800) 872-7207. Drug Testing required before hire and random thereafter. **Closing date is: 8/17/18**





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    800-472-7207
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    Deadline: 8/17/2018
  • Nutrition Education Outreach Worker
    Location: Great Lakes Inter Tribal Council
    Salary: $14-16 Part Time
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  • Nutrition Education Outreach Worker
    Location: Great Lakes Inter Tribal Council || Salary: $14-16 Part Time

    Responsibilities:

    Position Summary: The Nutrition Education Outreach Worker will provide direct education related to basic nutrition, food resource management, and food safety for Supplemental Nutrition Assistant Program (SNAP) participants using evidence-based materials and methods to tribal sites. This position will take a leadership role in planning and implementing two separate comprehensive multi-sector, multi-level collaborative efforts. Attendance as scheduled is an essential function of this position. Frequent travel to tribal communities in Wisconsin is required. Principal Duties and Responsibilities: •Plan and implement two separate comprehensive multi-sector, multi-level collaborative efforts. •Implement lesson plans for nutrition education sessions with key nutrition and physical activity messages by adapting existing resources or developing additional resources for audiences of all age groups. •Create supporting materials for lessons plans to include displays and/or handouts. •Work with various tribal sites to complete multi-lesson sessions with established curricula. •Completes appropriate reporting requirements for program information (i.e. participation numbers, program evaluation, etc.) •Assist with development of social media. •Participate in tribal and county early childhood and youth coalitions. Additional Duties and Responsibilities: •Work in collaboration with other programs in the service area. •Assure that all services are delivered in a culturally competent manner. •Attend all training sessions and meetings as scheduled. •Perform other duties as necessary to fulfill the responsibilities of this position. Working Relationships and Scope: Reports directly to the Program Director of the SNAP-Ed Program and will assist with a variety of projects. Regular contact with service providers and families and youth in both one-on-one as well as group settings. Communicates face to face as well as through phone or email. Respects the diversity of the service population and can work effectively with a low income, multi-cultural populations. Performance Dimensions: Supports mission of Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council, Inc. Demonstrate a basic understanding of tribal customs, traditions, values, and beliefs. Quality, quantity, accuracy, timeliness and thoroughness of work performed; quality of communications and development of good working relationships with others internal and external to the Agency; honesty and integrity in the execution of all activities; customer satisfaction with services provided; maintain and comply with all Agency policies and procedures; reliability in reporting to work regularly and on time; soundness of business decisions made; maintain the integrity of confidential business information; stay current in field and utilize that information where practical. Demonstrate a friendly and helpful approach and attitude to internal and external customers; professionalism; and commitment to the job.


    Qualifications:

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Required High School diploma or equivalent. Prefer experience, or strong interest, in nutrition or related field. Individual must possess: excellent verbal and written communication skills; ability to manage time effectively; self-motivation skills; ability to follow routine instructions and apply logic in the solving of various computer related issues. Must be able to perform basic math (add, subtract, multiply, divide). Must possess valid driver’s license and/or reliable transportation with adequate insurance and ability to travel. Equipment Operated: Utilizes a PC and computer printer for word processing, spreadsheets, e-mail, Internet/Intranet access, and other specific applications. Utilizes a keyboard, telephone, fax, office copier and other general office equipment.


    Additional Notes/Details:

    This is a nonexempt part time position working at the main site in Lac Du Flambeau, WI. The starting wage for this position is $14-$16 per hour. Work is performed mainly in an office environment with minimal exposure to injury. Frequent travel will be required to execute the functions of this position. Position requires bending and lifting up to 15-20 pounds. Regular work hours are Monday through Friday with flexible scheduling based on the needs of the program and will usually average 24-30 hours a week (benefits are available with a minimum 30 hours per week). There will be some variation in work hours due to special projects, deadlines, and other concerns. *Only the most qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview. Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council (GLITC) is an equal opportunity employer that applies Native American Preference as defined in Section 703(i) of the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, 42 U.S.C. § 2000e-2(i). Consistent with the referenced Native American Preference, it is the policy of GLITC to provide employment, compensation, and other benefits related to employment based on qualifications of the job applied for, without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, veteran status or disability, or any other basis prohibited by federal or state law. As an equal opportunity employer, GLITC intends to comply fully with all federal and state laws and the information requested on this application will not be used for any purpose prohibited by law. Disabled applicants may request a needed accommodation from the representative of the Human Resource Department, PO Box 9 Lac Du Flambeau, WI 54538 or phone (715) 588-1069 or (800) 872-7207. Drug Testing required before hire and random thereafter. **Closing date is: 8/24/2018**





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    hr@glitc.org

    Deadline: 8/24/2018
  • Epidemiology Center Director
    Location: Great Lakes Inter Tribal Council
    Salary:
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  • Epidemiology Center Director
    Location: Great Lakes Inter Tribal Council || Salary:

    Responsibilities:

    The Epidemiology Center Director will be responsible for planning and implementing technical assistance, public health practice, research and epidemiological support services to Tribes and urban Native American health programs in a three-state region (Wisconsin, Minnesota and Michigan). Works collaboratively with Tribal, Inter-Tribal, private, state and federal agencies to ensure that comprehensive, quality health data is available and accessible to the Native American population. Actively collaborates with other Tribal Epidemiology Centers nationally to coordinate and prepare timely response to emerging national issues. Working out of the Central Offices in Lac du Flambeau, WI, this position is full-time with benefits. The compensation package will be based on qualifications and may include relocation assistance. Principal Duties and Responsibilities: Assist with planning and management of technical support services to multi-faceted health programs including program planning, evaluation, research design, health data collection, management, interpretation and technical assistance. *Develop short and long range strategic plans. Evaluate strategic plans on an annual basis and modifies as necessary. *Provide overall supervision to Center staff. Coordinate staff development opportunities, communicate mission and goals, conduct regular staff meetings and provide performance evaluation. *Ensure the highest possible staff productivity, effectiveness and satisfaction by supporting a cohesive team environment.


    Qualifications:

    Qualifications Required: A Master’s degree in Public Health or related field. Ph.D. preferred. Minimum five years of experience in project supervision and administration Previous personnel supervisory experience Demonstrated excellence in inter-personal relations including cross cultural experience Desire to promote Epidemiology and motivate groups of people Grant writing and funding experience Desired: Experience with Native American Tribal organization and/or not-for-profit agency. Individual must possess: excellent verbal and written communication skills; facilitation and conflict management skills, professional demeanor and appearance; excellent problem solving skills; ability to manage time effectively; ability to prioritize multiple projects; self-motivation skills; work effectively under pressure; ability to build positive work relationships with internal and external customers; ability to interact professionally with a wide variety of people; and ability to maintain confidentiality. Individual must be able to apply advanced reasoning skills to problem solving and use basic and advanced mathematical skills. Servant and/or collaborative leadership style preferred.


    Additional Notes/Details:

    To Apply: Preferred method is to apply through indeed.com; search using job posting title or organization name. Otherwise, email a resume, cover letter, or application to hr@glitc.org. See the employment page of our website at www.glitc.org for the application. *Only the most qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview. Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council (GLITC) is an equal opportunity employer that applies Native American Preference as defined in Section 703(i) of the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, 42 U.S.C. § 2000e-2(i). Consistent with the referenced Native American Preference, it is the policy of GLITC to provide employment, compensation, and other benefits related to employment based on qualifications of the job applied for, without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, veteran status or disability, or any other basis prohibited by federal or state law. As an equal opportunity employer, GLITC intends to comply fully with all federal and state laws and the information requested on this application will not be used for any purpose prohibited by law. Disabled applicants may request a needed accommodation from the representative of the Human Resource Department, PO Box 9 Lac Du Flambeau, WI 54538 or phone (715) 588-1069 or (800) 872-7207. Closing date is: Open until filled





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    Deadline: Open until filled
  • Program Coordinator Tribal PREP
    Location: Great Lakes Inter Tribal Council
    Salary: $38,000- $42,000 Annually
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  • Program Coordinator Tribal PREP
    Location: Great Lakes Inter Tribal Council || Salary: $38,000- $42,000 Annually

    Responsibilities:

    The Tribal Personal Responsibility Education Program (PREP) Program Coordinator will provide assistance to the Tribal Personal Responsibility Education Program (PREP) Program Director in their work delivering educational services to tribes and communities regarding Teen Pregnancy and Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Prevention programs. This position will monitor the curriculum for every cohort; assist in developing and monitoring social media presence for the program; and engage in written, verbal and in-person contact with Tribal Advisory Council Members, school staff and administration, tribal members, and other program partners. Daily attendance is an essential function of this position. Principal Duties: Assist the Program Director to manage the planning, implementation, coordination and evaluation of all PREP project activities, including partnerships with Tribes, youth programs, prevention coalitions, and other agencies. Works in collaboration with community resources to recruit school age youth and pregnant and parenting youth under age twenty two (22) into the program. Assist participating tribes with a tribal specific needs assessment, determining criteria, data sources and gaps, and data collection and analysis in year one of the project. Assist participating tribes and staff in selecting and implementing an evidence-based and/or a best practice Native American designed pregnancy and STI prevention program in years two through four of the project. Assist Program Director in the development of a Tribal Advisory Council and in research, planning and organization of trainings that will increase the skill levels of those working with the project and serving within the Advisory Committee. Assist Program Director in the development, implementation and documentation of Adulthood Preparatory Sessions. Assist Program Director to prepare reports required by FYSB for reporting progress on grant objectives and for continuation of funding. Research, plan and organize trainings that will increase the skill levels of those working with the project and serving within the advisory Council system. Facilitate and monitor facilitators’ delivery of chosen curriculum with documentation for efficacy to the model. Assist facilitators in managing their requests for needed resources to deliver curriculum. Incorporate self-efficacy, self-esteem, and self-determination concepts with participants. Guide and assist in evaluation activities. Coordinate with Tribal and agency programs in project activities. Collect, store and compile project documentation. Additional Duties and Responsibilities: Engage in networking activities to remain current on the availability of health and human services available to Native Americans. Assure that all services are delivered in a culturally competent manner. Participate on various committees outside and within the organization as deemed necessary and appropriate to the position and supervisor. Attend all training sessions and meetings as scheduled. Attend technical conferences, seminars, workshops and other educational events to stay current on technological advances. Perform other duties as necessary to fulfill the responsibilities of this position.


    Qualifications:

    Required: Associate degree in health education or related field is required. Minimum three years of experience in community-based health education, community outreach or health and human services, or equivalent combination of education and experience. Must have demonstrated ability to independently initiate and develop health education and outreach. Desired: Experience working with a Native American Tribal organization and/or not-for-profit agency desirable. Individual must possess: excellent verbal and written communication skills; professional demeanor and appearance; problem solving skills; ability to manage time effectively; self-motivation skills; work effectively under pressure; ability to build positive work relationships with internal and external customers; ability to interact professionally with a wide variety of people; speak in front of groups. Individual must be able to address a wide range of intellectual and practical problems, apply statistical calculations to findings, and the ability to compose complex business correspondence (reports, health profiles). Requires a high level of confidentiality. Must possess valid driver’s license and reliable transportation with adequate insurance and ability to travel.


    Additional Notes/Details:

    To Apply: Preferred method is to apply through indeed.com; search using job posting title or organization name. Otherwise, email a resume, cover letter, or application to hr@glitc.org. See the employment page of our website at www.glitc.org for the application. *Only the most qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview. Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council (GLITC) is an equal opportunity employer that applies Native American Preference as defined in Section 703(i) of the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, 42 U.S.C. § 2000e-2(i). Consistent with the referenced Native American Preference, it is the policy of GLITC to provide employment, compensation, and other benefits related to employment based on qualifications of the job applied for, without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, veteran status or disability, or any other basis prohibited by federal or state law. As an equal opportunity employer, GLITC intends to comply fully with all federal and state laws and the information requested on this application will not be used for any purpose prohibited by law. Disabled applicants may request a needed accommodation from the representative of the Human Resource Department, PO Box 9 Lac Du Flambeau, WI 54538 or phone (715) 588-1069 or (800) 872-7207. Drug Testing required before hire and random thereafter. **Closing date is: 8/31/2018**





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    800-472-7207
    hr@glitc.org

    Deadline: 8/31/2018
  • Program Director- Elders
    Location: Great Lakes Inter Tribal Council
    Salary: $43,000- $48,000
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  • Program Director- Elders
    Location: Great Lakes Inter Tribal Council || Salary: $43,000- $48,000

    Responsibilities:

    The Program Director Elders provides program oversight to the Elders Volunteer Programs which incorporates the Foster Grandparent and Senior Companion programs, in which volunteers, age 55 years or older; provide assistance to youth and frail older adult clients. Provide training, direction and supervision to program staff, on and off site, according to Federal policy guidelines. Daily attendance is an essential function of this position. Principal Duties:. Work closely with participating Tribes and worksites in the effective execution of goals and objectives of the program. Develop necessary work plans. Ensure compliance through proper monitoring and reporting. Develop and administer program budget and approve expenditures in accordance with program requirements. Maintain fiscal responsibility for grants. Establish the administrative structure and perform all necessary tasks to ensure the effective execution of program goals and objectives. Assume full supervisor responsibility for assigned staff. Serve as a technical resource for staff and other organization personnel on the Foster Grandparent & Senior Companion programs. Formulate and direct implementation of recruitment, orientation, and placement of program volunteers. Engage in long range planning. Review prepared vouchers and travel reimbursements. Ensure adequate file, accounting, and financial reporting systems. Conduct regular on-site visitations to monitor the progress of program implementation and to offer support and assistance to ensure program success. Develop and submit progress reports to appropriate agencies as necessary to comply with program and grant funding requirements. Plan, develop, and implement public relations programs in cooperation with Tribal agencies. Oversee data collection and validation. Frequent travel is required. Additional Duties and Responsibilities: Seek additional funding sources on an ongoing basis. Ensure complete and accurate recordkeeping. Collaborate with other health and human services providers to continuously improve the services provided to Native American families and to develop a strong referral network. Engage in ongoing networking activities to remain current on the availability of health and human services available to aging Native Americans. Assure all services are delivered in a culturally competent manner. Attend all training sessions and meetings as scheduled. Perform other duties as necessary to fulfill the responsibilities of this position. Reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer. Supervise assigned positions – Program Coordinator, Fiscal Administrative Assistant and Marketing Outreach Specialist. Regular contact with other department employees and health and human service providers for the purpose of obtaining and providing information. Regular contact with Tribal community members, funding sources, vendors, and suppliers. Occasional contact with state agencies. Interacts extensively with the Native American Elder population.


    Qualifications:

    Required: Bachelor’s degree in health and human services or a related field required. Minimum three years of experience in health and human services required or equivalent combination of education and experience. Desired: Experience with a Native American Tribal organization and/or not-for-profit agency desirable. Grant writing and funding experience preferred. Individual must possess: excellent verbal and written communication skills; professional demeanor and appearance; problem solving skills; ability to manage time effectively; self-motivation skills; work effectively under pressure; ability to build positive work relationships with internal and external customers; ability to interact professionally with a wide variety of people. Individual must be able to apply advanced reasoning skills to problem solving and use basic mathematical skills. Must possess valid driver’s license and/or reliable transportation with adequate insurance and ability to travel.


    Additional Notes/Details:

    Work is performed mainly in an office environment with minimal exposure to injury. Frequent travel is required to execute the functions of this position. Position requires bending and lifting up to 15-20 pounds. Regularly scheduled work hours are 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM Monday through Friday and will usually average 40-45 hours a week. There will be some variation in work hours due to special projects, deadlines, and other concerns. This position has a starting rate of $43,000- $48,000 (depending on experience) per year with benefits including; Annual/Personal Leave and Holiday Pay; Health, Dental, Life & AD&D, STD and LTD Insurance, FSA and 403(b) Retirement Plan. To Apply: Preferred method is to apply through indeed.com; search using job posting title or organization name. Otherwise, email a resume, cover letter, or application to hr@glitc.org. See the employment page of our website at www.glitc.org for the application. *Only the most qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview. Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council (GLITC) is an equal opportunity employer applying Native American Preference as defined in Title 25, U.S. Code, Section 44-66 and 47, and fully subscribes to the principles of Equal Employment Opportunity. It is the policy of GLITC to provide employment, compensation and other benefits related to employment based on qualifications of the job applied for, without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, veteran status or disability, or any other basis prohibited by federal or state law. As an equal opportunity employer, GLITC intends to comply fully with all federal and state laws and the information requested on this application will not be used for any purpose prohibited by law. Disabled applicants may request a needed accommodation from the representative of the Human Resource Department, PO Box 9 Lac Du Flambeau, WI 54538 or phone (715) 588-1069 or (800) 872-7207





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    800-472-7207
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    Deadline: Closing date is: 9/14/2018

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