This position are none Salary Pay ? Strictly volunteer work To hold a tribal Position you must be 18 years or older. And have experience in the position you are applying for. And must fill out a non-profited volunteer employment application for the position you are interested in.

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Tribal TREASURER

Tribal Treasurers in the ICTCC are Responsibilities and jurisdiction of a Tribal Treasurer include the areas of finance and investment. He is in charge of the security and the protection of Tribal dollars. Roles of a treasurer not only include those of a financier or banker, but also asset manager as well as chairperson or member of certain State commissions, boards, and authorities.? Must live close to main office.

 

Tribal SECRETARY

Secretary of Tribe is one of the most prestigious positions within the Tribal government. The Secretary of Tribe is considered to be the foremost expert on foreign policy and in most cases has a military or foreign relations background. Must live close to Main Office?

 

 

CLAN CHIEFS

 

 

 

BLUE HOLLY CLAN

Leadership kills a most

DEER CLAN

Leadership kills a most

 

 

 

 

VICE CHIEFS

 

BIRD CLAN

Leadership kills a most

BLUE HOLLY CLAN

Leadership kills a most

DEER CLAN

Leadership kills a most

LONGHAIR CLAN

Leadership kills a most

PAINT CLAN

Leadership kills a most

WOLF CLAN

Leadership kills a most

 

CLAN MOTHERS

 

DEER CLAN

Leadership kills a most

 

 

FARMING & ARGICUTURE

 

MANAGER

Must be experience in commercial farming in which nearly all the crops or livestock raised are used to maintain the tribe having surplus for sale or trade. Preindustrial agricultural peoples throughout the world practiced subsistence farming. As urban centers grew, agricultural production became more specialized and commercial farming developed, with farmers producing a sizable surplus of certain crops, which they traded for manufactured goods or sold for cash.?

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TRIBAL MEDICINE

 

CHIEF OF MEDICINE

The practice concerned with the maintenance of health and the prevention, DIAGNOSIS, and treatment of disease. Medicine may be practiced in doctors' offices, HEALTH MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATION facilities, hospitals, and clinics. In addition to FAMILY PRACTICE, INTERNAL MEDICINE, and specialties for specific body systems, it includes research, PUBLIC HEALTH,

EPIDEMIOLOGY, and PHARMACOLOGY. Each country sets its own requirements for medical degrees (M.D.'s) and licenses. Medical boards and councils set standards and oversee medical education. Boards of certification have stringent requirements for physicians seeking to practice a specialty, and they stress CONTINUING EDUCATION.

Advances in therapy (see THERAPEUTICS) and diagnosis have raised complex legal and moral issues in areas such as ABORTION, EUTHANASIA, and patients' rights. Recent changes include treating patients as partners in their own care and taking cultural factors into consideration.

CHARGE NURSE

Qualifications A director of nursing is required to have a master's degree in a nursing-related field. Previous nursing supervisory experience is also required.

CERTIFIED RN

Certificate / license in Nursing

CERTIFIED CNA

Certificate / license CNA

VETERANS AFFAIRS

DIRECTOR

Works with the Social workers to make sure to provide valuable services to veterans and their families. The Department of Veteran Affairs employs social workers in a variety or inpatient and outpatient settings. Social workers may work as hospital social workers, outbased clinic social workers or as counselors in psychiatric units. The truth about VA social workers is they are a fundamental part of a veteran's successful return to civilian life. ?

MANAGER

Must have Experience

CASE WORKER

A case worker, also known as a social worker, helps individuals to cope with their problems. The personal issues may include substance abuse problems, financial difficulties, relationship issues, health challenges, or other issues that interfere with functional living. Case workers may specialize in working with a specific group, such as with children, or with specific issues, such as substance abuse. They may be employed by government agencies, non-profit organizations, schools or health organizations. The minimum educational requirement for working as a case worker is typically a bachelor?s degree, although many positions require a master?s degree.

Case workers are employed by a variety of public and private agencies and organizations. Government agencies hire case workers to assist the public in solving debilitating personal issues that significantly impact their lives. A case worker in the political realm might be assigned to a legislator?s constituents and tasked with the responsibility of addressing their personal concerns using the help of social services agencies. Case workers are also employed by schools, non-profit organizations, mental health centers and health organizations.

 

 

 

WATER WORKS

 

MANAGER

experience in the

system of reservoirs, channels, mains, and pumping and purifying equipment by which a water supply is obtained

and distributed (as to a city)

 

CODE INSPETOR

Code inspector works to make sure a structure meets certain building, electrical, plumbing and fire codes as set out by a local or national government, depending on where one lives. Most of the time, a code inspector is hired by a local government and the position is mainly funded through building permit fees. Code inspectors often have great authority and can determine whether a building is livable or not.

 

 

IT / NETWORKING DEPT.

 

MANAGER

Must be experience in Communications network consisting of many computers within a local area, such as a single building or company complex. Individual users can share data or files on a LAN as if the data or files resided on their respective computers; a central computer used for this purpose is called a SERVER. Laser PRINTERS and other peripheral equipment can be connected to a LAN for common use. COAXIAL and

FIBRE-OPTIC cables are popular communication lines for LANs because they provide fast data transmission and are easy to INSTALL. See also computer NETWORK.

 

NETWORK SPECIALIST

Network specialists are skilled in various kinds of computer repair and computer maintenance. They are a vital addition to an information technology department, because they can respond quickly to various network issues. When part of a network malfunctions, it can create an extreme problem for a business very quickly. Network specialists may be called in, for example, when a server malfunctions and other staff members are not able to acquire the client data that they need in order to work. If a business is serving clients with a server, the problem becomes a customer service issue, where fixing the network problem quickly can save a business a lot of money.

COMPUTER REPAIR SPECIALIST

Computer support specialists may focus in one particular area. Although they can help people solve any and all problems that arise with their computers, each specialist may focus on a particular type of computer or a particular problem. In general, however, the purpose of such specialists is to assist users with their computer problems, questions and issues.

RECORDS DEPT.

 

MANAGER

According

To ARMA International, a professional organization dedicated to managing records, the way an organization manages its records is a critical business ?issue as these records provide evidence of what the organization does. Records can exist in various media such as paper, electronic, audio and visual. It is the job of a record management professional to ensure that these records are accurate, secure, compliant and available to those who need them.

 

RECORDS RELEASE SPECIALIST

Must know the laws dialing with release of records

RECORDS ASSYMBLY & SCANNING SPECIALIST

Must be detailed oriented and live close to office

QC SPECIALIST

Must be Detailed oriented and live close to Office

 

 

TRIBAL POLICE DEPT.

 

CHIEF OF POLICE

The chief of police of any police department works in conjunction with a town or city's mayor or chief administrator to address all matters of safety. Additionally, he is responsible for staffing, creating patrolling assignments and overseeing all departments within a police force. Many individuals who become chief of police are veteran police officers or have significant law enforcement experience

 

DEPOTY SHERRIFF

Requirements Sheriff's deputies are often required to work odd and sometimes unpleasant hours, including late night shifts, weekends and holidays. In many sheriff's departments across the U.S., those with the least seniority are generally assigned the night shifts. In addition, sheriff's deputies must be prepared to be on call 24 hours a day to respond to emergencies, both in their jurisdiction and in adjoining counties that may need assistance. The job can often be both physically and emotionally demanding, as well as dangerous.

DETECTIVE

The main job of a police detective is generally to conduct criminal investigations. This can involve many different things depending on the kind of crime being investigated. For example, sometimes there is a lot of computer work involved in being a police detective, and in other cases, the job can be almost entirely devoted to interviewing people. Fundamentally, detectives are expected to piece together all the information about the crime to discover who is responsible and provide evidence that can prove a suspect's guilt in court. In some police departments, detectives might be assigned to different divisions devoted to specific types of crime, while others have more general-purpose job descriptions.

The job of a police detective is often a fundamentally different job than a patrol officer's, for a lot of reasons. Patrol officers are usually called in either before, during, or immediately after a criminal act, and they're expected to handle the immediate work of protecting the public and the initial capture of any criminals. Police detectives are primarily devoted to solving crimes and are usually called in after-the-fact. They're still devoted to protecting the public, but their purpose is generally to prevent a suspect from re-offending by discovering a suspect's identity or making sure the guilty individual is punished by the court system by helping find evidence to prove the case.

 

 

Director of Children & Family Services

is a government and/or non-profit organisation designed to better the well being of individuals who come from unfortunate situations, environmental or biological. People who seek or are sought after to participate in these services, usually do not have stable homes and no other resource to turn to. Children might come from abusive or neglectful homes, or live in very poor and dangerous communities. There are also agencies that cater to people who have biological deficiencies. Families that are trying to live in stable lives come to non-profit organisations for hope of a better future. Child and Family services cater to many different types of people who are all in different situations. These services might be mandated through the courts via a governmental child protection agency or they

might be voluntary. Child and family services may be mandated

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Manager of Donations and Fund Raising

Must Have at least one year Experience in this Job

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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