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                                                       26600 MOHI92E Rfl.
                                                     PARKER. ARIZONA 8534-
                                               (928) 669-1320     Fh (928) 669-5263
                                                      Eiilred Enas, Chairman



December 23, 2010                                                                     #116-10
                                  VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

            TITLE OF POSITION: HEAD START DIRECTOR
            RESPONSIBLE TO:     TRIBAL CHAIRMAN
III.        HOURS:              MONDAY through FRIDAY, 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
IV:         SALARY:             D.O.E.
V.          CLOSING DATE:       MONDAY, JANUARY 24, 2011 AT 5:00 P.M.

VI.         GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
       1.      Responsible for management of local Head Start Center in a manner thf
               promotes the goals and objectives of the Colorado River Indian Tribes Head
               Start Program.
               a.     Incumbent will participate in all Colorado River Indian Tribes Head Start
                      administrative staff meetings.
               b.     Incumbent will maintain all center program files and records in an orderly
                      fashion, i.e., parent volunteer hours, in-kind contributions.
               c.     Incumbent will submit all employees’ time sheets and related documents
                      on a timely basis.
               d.     Incumbent will maintain the center building and playground according to
                      Arizona Department of Health Services Day Care Licensing requirements.

       2.      Responsible to supervision of center staff:
               a.    Incumbent will supervise all center staff in a manner that promotes the
                     goals and objectives of the Colorado River Indian Tribes Head Start
                     Program.
               b.    Incumbent will schedule and conduct regular staff meetings as needed
                     but not less than on a monthly basis.
               c.    Minutes of all center staff meetings will be recorded and kept on file in
                     the center.
               d.    Copies of all staff meeting minutes will be forwarded to the Tribal
                     Chairman on a timely basis.
               e.    Incumbent will evaluate staff performance as per appropriate position
                     description as necessary but not less than once yearly.
               f.    Copies of all performance evaluations will be forwarded to Colorado River
                     Indian Tribes Head Start Program Administrative Office and Colorado
                     River Indian Tribes Human Resources for review and development of
                     personnel files.
      g.     Incumbent will approve all staff leave, including vacations, sick,
             emergency, and compensatory time.
      h.     Incumbent will carry out any necessary disciplinary action.
             Incumbent will promote career development with Center staff.
     j.      Incumbent will ensure proper certification for all specialized activities
             that are maintained by all appropriate staff; specifically:
                       First Aid / C.P.R., TB Tests

3.    Responsible for implementation of all Colorado River Indian Tribes Head Start
      Program Plans.
      a.      Incumbent will implement the Colorado River Indian Tribes Head Start
              Program Component Plans.
          I.      Monitoring of lesson plans
          2.      Monitoring of attendance records.
          3.      Classroom observations.
          4.      Cooperation with CDA trainer
          5.      Monitoring bilingual/multi-cultural activities.
          6.      Monitoring developmental assessments.
      b.      Incumbent will implement the Colorado River Indian Tribes Head Start
              Program Health Component Plan in the center through:
          I.      Monitoring all screening activities, i.e., Growth Assessment. Nutrition
                  Assessment, Hearing Assessment, Vision Assessment, Physical
                  Assessment, and Dental Assessment.
          2.      Monitoring all follow up and referrals from all screening activities.
     c.      Incumbent will implement the Colorado River Indian Tribes Head Start
             Program Social Service Component Plan in the center through:
          I.      Monitoring family intake interviews.
          2.      Monitoring staff home visits.
         3.       Monitoring all recruitment activities.
         4.       Development of local social services resource directory.
     d.      Incumbent will implement the Colorado River Indian Tribes Head Start
             Program Handicap Services Component Plan in the center through:
         J_Monitoring th mrrliitment and emoUmerit of all eligible handicapped
                 children within the service delivery area.
         2.       Monitoring all phases of the screening assessment and diagnosis of
                 all children in the center.
         3.      Monitoring the development and implementation of the individualized
                 educational plans for each identified handicapped child in the center.
         4.      Monitoring all services provided to identify handicapped children and
                 their families in the center.
     e.      Incumbent will implement the Colorado River Indian Tribes Head Start
             Program Parent Involvement Component Plan in the center through:
         I.      Planning an orientation organizational meeting of the center Parent
                 Advisory Council within four weeks after the beginning of classes.
         2.      Planning of parent policy council organization and elections.
         3.      Coordinating the Parent Policy Council and/or Parent Advisory Council
                 for the purpose of devising a parent training plan for the school year.
         4.      To ensure the informed participation of center parents in all aspects
                 of program planning and development.
         5.      To keep parents informed of all activities related to the local center.
4.   Responsible for submitting all required reports to the Head Start Supervisor’s
     office in a timely basis.
     a.      To compile all data regarding the Child Care Food Program and mail to
             the Head Start Supervisor’s office no later than the fifth of the month.
     b.      To compile and submit time slips and all related documents to the Head
             Start Supervisor’s administrative office no later than four working days
             following the end of the pay period.
     c.      To compile minutes of all staff and or parent meetings and forward a
             copy thereof to the Head Start Supervisor’s administrative office no later
             than ten working days after the date of the meeting.
     d.      To compile and submit a monthly written report of program activities and
             program objectives met no later than ten working days after the end of
             the month.
     e.      To compile and submit all other written and/or verbal reports as required
             by the Head Start Supervisor on a timely basis.

5.   Responsible for providing the opportunity for maximum parental involvement in
     all aspect of center activities. (See ill E)
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6.   Responsible for all purchases necessary for the operation of the Head Start
     Center.
     a.      To identify vendors who will provide necessary equipment, materials,
             supplies related to all aspects of the Head Start Center, i.e.,
             maintenance, classroom, office supplies, food and utensils necessary for
             Food Service Program.
     b.      To maintain an updates inventory of all items purchased for the use of
             the Head Start Program.
     c.      To coordinate all purchasing through the Program Supervisor.

7.   Responsible for enrollment of all eligible Head Start aged children in the service
     delivery area.
     a.      Advertise th ugh_a1Iaallhle means theJ.ocal Head Start program.              -




     b.     To direct staff in recruiting campaigns during the influx of migrant
             workers into the community and surrounding area.
     c.      To actively search for and encourage the enrollment of handicapped
             Head Start.

8.   Responsible for the development and implementation of training plan for staff
     and parents being served by the Head Start Center.
     a.    To conduct needs assessment meetings to properly identify the training
           needs of staff and parents.
     b.    To involve all center personnel, (i.e., Self, Supportive Service Assistant,
           Teachers, Teacher’s Assistants, Cooks, Transportation Aids) through
           evaluation, interviews, staff meetings, and any other source necessary in
           determining their individual training needs.
     c.    To identify trainers for all training sessions to be conducted at the center
           level.
     d.    To coordinate all training and related activities through the Program
           Supervisor.
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       9.        Responsible for attendance at all required meetings, conferences, and seminars
                 local, regional and national.
                 a.      Must be able to travel in or out of state.
                 b.      Must be able to attend meetings which require overnight on extended
                         days.
                 c.      Must plan for staff and parent participation in conferences, seminars and
                         any other workshops for training seminars locally and out of town.

       10.       Responsible for promoting the positive image of the program by informing
                 parents, community and center visitors of Colorado River Indian Tribes Head
                 Start activities.
                 a.     To notify parents of all activities through either monthly calendars of
                        activities, newsletters, memorandums.
                 b.     To invite local media coverage of Head Start activities.
                 c.     To provide center based information and invite the public for training
                        fundraisers and any other special activities on the center level.
                 d.     To refer all requests for information regarding the Colorado River Indian
                        Tribes Head Start program to program supervisor.
                 e.     To maintain a file documenting public relations type information
                        distributed.




VII.         JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

            1.    B.A. in Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education or related field.
            2.   Two years experience in Head Start or Child Care Management Position.
            3.    Bilingual, bicultural preferred.
            4.    Must be able to work well with children and adults,
            5.    Must provide a pre-employment physical exam / drug test and TB skin test
                  result.
            6.    First Aid and CPR cards or ability to obtain.
            7.jaInta1rLaurrentand valid driver’s license-and-rellabe-tranrtatoi--—-———
            8.   Able to pass a criminal background check as required by local and federal
                 law.

                      For Employment Application visit: http://wwwcrit-nsn.gov
                                                 Or
                            Apply at: CRIT Human Resource Department
                                        26600 Mohave Road
                                       Parker, Arizona 85344

INDIAN PREFERENCE:         The Colorado River Indian Tribes does not discriminate against
employees or applicants based upon race, color, sex or national origin. However, to
                                                                                          the
extent permissible under Sections 701(b) and 703(i) of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act,
                                                                                          the
Tribe does apply a hiring preference to enrolled members of federally recognized Indian
tribes.

CRIT offers: Health and Life Insurance, Paid Holidays, Sick and Annual Leave and
                                                                                 Pension
Plan.
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                                                         26600 MOHAVE RD.
                                                       PARKER. ARIZONA 85344
                                                 (923) 669-1320    Fax (928) 6(39-5263
                                                        Eldred Enan. Chairman

December 23, 2010                                                                                  #115-10
                                     VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

DEPARTMENT:           LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES ADMINISTRATION   -




POSITION:            JUVENILE CORRECTIONS ADMINISTRATOR
SALARY:              $59,980 $70,000 PER ANNUM
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CLOSING DATE:        OPEN UNTIL FILLED
DUTIES:
The Administrator, Juvenile Corrections, is a senior management position that must demonstrate a
distinct knowledge and skill in program development. program implementation, porsonnel staffing
and management, facility management and staffing, kitchen management and staffing, and
inmate population management for the provisions of efficient and productive treatment and
program services for juvenile inmates, families, significant others, and referral agencies. This
position oversees the administrative operations of several programs within the Juvenile Corrections
Department of the Colorado River Indian Tribes (CRIT). This includes primary incarceration
services provided at the Juvenile Corrections Center, as well as, follow-up medical and behavior
health services, physical therapy services, continuing education and technical skill services,
prevention and intervention services and rehabilitation services for juvenile offenders.
Administrative duties include planning, organizing, directing, staffing, training and coordinating the
development and continued operations of the programs that it administers and oversees under the
Juvenile Corrections Department.
                                                NOTF
  AS THE ADMINISTRATOR, JUVENILE CORRECTIONS, HE OR SHE WILL RE SUBJECT TO CALL-OUT AND WILL
 REQURE RESIDING WITHIN THE EXTERIOR BOUNDARIES OF THE COLORADO RIVER INDIAN RESERVATION.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

       Oversee all development and enhancement of the Juvenile Corrections Center from
       conceptualization and planning to execution and evaluation.
       Development, establish and implement policies and procedures in accordance with Federal
       regulations for all aspects on the operation of the Juvenile Corrections Center.
       Supervise and provide direction, technical assistance and support to Plant Management of
       staff who maintains the operation of the Juvenile Corrections Center to ensure the Center’s
       environment is safe, clean, and supportive of staff and juvenile inmates.
       Foster and contribute to a positive working environment by communicating effectively,
       professionally and with respect to all staff and exhibiting a team-oriented approach in
       managing the operation of the Department and its programs to ensure staff and
                                                                                       juvenile
       inmates’ needs are met.
    U    Responsible for ensuring that all Departmental objectives are met and in compliance
                                                                                             with
         Federal contract requirements and all State licensing boards standards to which CRIT
                                                                                                is
         accountable.
         Develop and manage yearly budgets and effectively manage financial, informational
                                                                                                and
         physical resources to achieve Departmental objectives in accordance with Federal and
                                                                                              Tribal
         policies.
    K    Oversee aspects of the medical, behavior health, education/training, rehabilitative
                                                                                                  ,
         prevention and intervention services within the Department for planning and development
                                                                                                 of
         needed Departmental enhancement and programs expansion.
         Provides primary or delegated supervision to all Departmental staff as needed.
         Exercise good judgment concerning staff accountability, staff development and
                                                                                        staff
         performance and evaluations.
         Directs, coordinates and assists the Training Coordinator in the development of a
                                                                                           traning
         plan for all staff.
        Creates a clear understanding of the Departments strategic plan                 and   effectively
        communicates the principles between team goals and strategic plan.
        Performs other related duties as assigned.

 KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABJLITI ES:


m       Knowledge of the Bureau of Indian Affairs Corrections manual for operation and personnel
        req uirements.
        Knowledge of emergency planning, emergency response, and recovery processes.
        Knowledge on food services operations and staffing requirements, including health service
        codes and requirements.
        Skill in effectively communicating with Federal, state, and local government emergency
        operation entities.
        Skill in the operation and proficient use of a computer and a variety of software
                                                                                          applications,
                           lirniteto database-graphic, powcrpoint and thcltemet.
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U       Ability to analyze situations quickly and accurately, and adopt an effective course of
                                                                                               action.
K       Ability to express ideas effectively, both orally and in writing.
        Ability to work effectively with Federal, state, and local government entities.
        Ability to maintain an effective working relationship with people of varied economic,
                                                                                              social,
        economical and cultural backgrounds.
        Ability to perform ii physical requirements of the position, including but not limited
                                                                                               to assist
        in si.jbduing unruly inmates and/or breaking up physical fights; to walk throughout
                                                                                                    the
        building facility to conduct inspections and building checks; to bend, stoop and
                                                                                               kneel in
        order to search for contraband and perform other functions.

EXPERICNEand REQUIREMENTS:
At the minimum, the applicant must possess a Bachelor’s of Science degree form
                                                                                 and accredited
college or university in Administration of Justice or a related field with five
                                                                                (5) years work
experience n Corrections or related field. Also, consideration will be given for a combination of
education accomplishments, including current certification training from an accredited College or
accredited Federal or State Law Enforcement or Corrections Academy. The applicant must also
show a minimum of five (5) years of supervisory experience at the administrative level that includes
personnel management, budget management, or organizational management.

SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE:

The applicant must demonstrate progressively responsible management experience which indicate
(1) initiative, ingenuity, resourcefulness, and judgment required to collect, assemble, and develop
facts and other pertinent information; (2) ability to think logically and objectively, to analyze and
evaluate facts, evidence and related information and arrive at sound conclusions; (3) skill in written
and oral reports and presentations of findings in a clear, concise and impartial manner; and (4)
tact; discretion, and capacity for obtaining the cooperation and confidence of others.

SECURITY CLEARANCE AND BACKGROUND REQUIREMENTS:
In accordance with P.L. 101-630, Indian Child Protection and Family Violence Prevention Act of
1990, the applicant must successfully complete a thorough background investigation and
successfully complete a drug screening test prior to appointment. The background investigation
will include: applicant screening, criminal history check, fingerprint check, credit check, work
history check, education check, oral board review, and polygraph test. The applicant must pass a
medical examination prior to appointment.

Under. th .Titl.e VII of the CMI Rights Act....ections.. 701(b) and 703(i) oxplicitly oxcmptD from
coverage the preferential employment of Indian by Indian Tribes. Therefore, CRIT acknowledges
and extends preferential treatment to enrolled CRIT members who qualify toward all employees or
applicants based on race, color, sex, religion or national origin. Pre-employment drug screening
required.

OTHER REQUIREMENT:
The applicant is required, as an incidental duty, to operate government-owned or Tribal leased
motor vehicles, in the performance of duties; therefore, a valid state motor vehicle operator’s
license is required. The applicant must also have a safe driving record with no moving traffic
violations within a three (3) year period prior to appointment, and meet the safe driving
requirements of the Tribes employee Handbook.

EMPLOYMENT BENEFITS:
CRIT offers: Health and Life Insurance, Paid Holidays, Sick and Annual Leave and Pension Plan.
The successful applicant will also be afforded the use of a take-home” department vehicle.


                     For Employment Application visit: http://www.crit-nsn.gov
                                               or
                       APPLY AT C.R.I.T. HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
                                      26600 MOHAVE ROAD
                                   PARKER, ARIZONA 85344
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                                                   25600 CRAVE RD.
                                                 PRESSER. ARIZONA $5354
                                           (92$) 669-1320    Fax (923) 669-5263
                                                  ERRed SEas, Chairman



December 22, 2010                                                                    #114-10
                               VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

DEPARTMENT:          CRIT ACCOUNTING
POSITION:            ENTERPRISE BOOKKEEPER
SALARY:              $13.00 PER HOUR
CLOSING DATE:        OPEN UNTIL FILLED


DUTIES:
Will perform under the supervision of the enterprise_accotm-tants, all bookkeeping functions
from cash flow maintenance to A/P & A/R for all Enterprises of the Colorado River Indian
Tribes.

These functions will include:
       •     Verifying, mathematically checking and entering approved vendor invoices into
              the accounting system.
       •      Run appropriate month end reports for Accounts payable.
       •      Maintain a cash flow balance for all enterprises by posting all deposits and
              disbursements.
       •      Maintain vendor file on all vendors for all enterprises.
       •      Preparation of checks in timely payment of approved vendor invoices.
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              billing and applying payments for particular enterprise customers.
       •      Maintain a file on these A/R customers. R
       •      Run appropriate month end reports for accounts receivable.
       •      Maintain all financial document filesin a current and orderly fashion.
       •      Such other duties as may, from time to time, be assigned by the Enterprise
              Accountants or their superior.

ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS INCLUDE:
Verifying, mathematically daily reports gas logs and receipts on fuel purchases, confirming
that all fuel has been accounted for, either billed to a customer account or paid for by check
or credit card. Work closely with various Office Managers regarding any questions or
concerns that come up when verifying daily reports. Assist the Accountants with end of year
inventory requirements including verifying petty cash and verifying inventory counts.

REQUIREMENTS:
High School Diploma or GED required. Experience in full charge bookkeeping.
INDIAN PREFERENCE:        The Colorado River Indian Tribes does not discriminate against
employees or applicants based upon race, color, sex or national origin. However, to the
extent permissible under Sections 701(b) and 703(i) of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the
Tribe does apply a hiring preference to enrolled members of federally recognized Indian
tribes.

                           FOR EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION VISIT:
                                    www.crit-nsn.gy
                                          or
                                       APPLY AT:
                                CRIT HUMAN RESOURCES
                                 26600 MOHAVE ROAD
                                PARKER, ARIZONA 85344


    THE COLORADO RIVER INDIAN TRIBES OFFERS HEALTH and LIFE INSURANCE, PAID
            HOLIDAYS, SICK LEAVE, ANNUAL LEAVE and 401K PENSION PLAN.
                  PRE-EMPLOYMENT DRUG SCRE[NJNG REQUIRED
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                                                        26600 MGHAVF RD.
                                                     PRD14ER. ARiZONA 85314
                                                92Z) 669-13.20  Fax (928) 669-5263
                                                      E1Dd Enas, Lha!rman



 December 22, 2010                                                                           #113-10
                                  VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

 DEPARTMENT:          CRIT FARMS
POSITION:             EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
SALARY:               D.O.E.
REPORTS TO:           FARM MANAGER
CLOSING DATE:        MONDAY, JANUARY 03, 2011 AT 5:00 PM



ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
    1. Keep a weekly hay inventory and assist with hay marketing and sales reports.
    2. Posting accounts receivable, invoicing and customer service.
    3. Posting of extensive farm employee time sheet. Processing employee payroll issues to
       management.
    4. Filing, drafting documents, and reports.
    5. Answering phones
   6. Perform duties as a Certified Scale Operator
   7. Errands as directed by Management
   8. Front office person
   9. Maintain Managers file
   1O.Maintain Mangers schedule
   11. Prepare Council packets.
   12.Assist with Managers and Assistant Managers Correspondence.

REQUIRED SKILLS and ABILITIES:
Ability to write Spanish and speak Spanish preferred. Certified Scale Operator licensed
                                                                                         by the
Arizona Department of Weights and Measures. Applicants must have working
                                                                                 knowledge of
Microsoft Excel and Word. The applicant must have experience in report preparation.
                                                                                        A basic
accounting knowledge is required with Peachtree, Quickbooks or MIP experience
                                                                                     preferred.
This position requires the applicant to have a professional demeanor in
                                                                                  dealing with
customers and vendors. Applicant must possess a valid Drivers License. Applicant
                                                                                       must be
able to travel around the farm while performing hay inventory duties. This will require the
applicant to have the ability to exit and enter a truck repeatedly. Applicant must be able to
perform some duties unsupervised.

MINUMUM EDUCATION REQUIREMENT:
High School Diploma or GED required. Ability to work with general office equipment,
computer skills, MS Office Excel and Word, at least 3 years as a certified weight master.
Successful candidate should have a solid grasp of basic arithmetic, a bi-lingual a plus.



INDIAN PREFERENCE:        The Colorado River Indian Tribes does not discriminate against
employees or applicants based upon race, color, sex or national origin. However, to the
extent permissible under Sections 701(b) and 703(i) of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the
Tribe does apply a hiring preference to enrolled members of federally recognized Indian
tribes.

                           FOR EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION VISIT:
                                    www.crit-nsn .gy
                                          or
                                       APPIY AT:
                                GRIT HUMAN RESOURCES
                                 26600 MOHAVE ROAD
                                PARKER, ARIZONA 85344


    THE COLORADO RIVER INDIAN TRIBES OFFERS HEALTH and LIFE INSURANCE, PAID
            HOLIDAYS, SICK LEAVE, ANNUAL LEAVE and 401K PENSION PLAN.
                  PRE-EMPLOYMENT DRUG SCREENING REQUIRED
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                                                  26600 MOH44 RD.
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                                                PARKER. ARIZONA 35344
                                          (928) 669-1320     Fax (928) 6t39-5263
                                                 ElOred  Eras. ChE3rman



December 22, 2010                                                                       #112-10
                               VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

DEPARTMENT:          CRIT FARMS
POSITION:            ASSISTANT FARM MANGER/PRODUCTION
SALARY:              D.O.E.
REPORTS TO:          FARM MANAGER / CRIT TRIBAL COUNCIL
CLOSING DATE:        MONDAY, JANUARY 03, 2011 AT 5:00 PM



DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
   1. Assist Farm Manager with responsibilities of the day to day activities for crop
      productions.
   2. Supervisor for all farm operational and field department personnel.
   3. Purchasing for crop production and repair and maintenance of farm equipment.
   4. Assist Farm Manager with the budgeting process.
   5. Assist with special projects.
   6. Supervise scale personnel and activity.

EDUCATION, REQUIREMENTS, SKILLS & ABILITIES:
Five years of farm supervisor experience. BS in Agriculture preferred or work experience
equivalent. Applicant must have knowledge of crop production. Applicant must exhibit the
ability to deal with personnel, vendors and customers in a fast paced environment while
maintaining a positive courteous attitude. Experience in Microsoft software Excel and Word
Accounting and budgeting experience a plus.



INDIAN PREFERENCE:        The Colorado River Indian Tribes does not discriminate against
employees or applicants based upon race, color, sex or national origin. However, to the
extent permissible under Sections 701(b) and 703(1) of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the
Tribe does apply a hiring preference to enrolled members of federally recognized
                                                                                      Indian
tribes.
                   FOR EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION VISIT:
                            www.crit-nsn.gov
                                  or
                               APPLY AT:
                        CRIT HUMAN RESOURCES
                         26600 MOHAVE ROAD
                        PARKER, ARIZONA 85344


THE COLORADO RIVER INDIAN TRIBES OFFERS HEALTH and LIFE INSURANCE, PAID
        HOLIDAYS, SICK LEAVE, ANNUAL LEAVE and 401K PENSION PLAN.
              PRE-EMPLOYMENT DRUG SCREENING REQUIRED
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                                                 26600
                                              PARKE ARIPONK S534-
                                          N2K 6’39-1320  Fax (928) 669-52(33
                                               ENrN. Enas. ChaPman



December 22, 2010                                                                   #111-10
                               VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

DEPARTMENT:          CRIT FARMS
POSITION:            FARM ACCOUNTANT
SALARY:              D.O.E.
REPORTS TO:          FARM MANAGER / CRIT CONTROLLER / CRIT TRIBAL COUNCIL
CLOSING: DATE:       MONDAY, JANUARY 24, 2011 AT 5:00 PM

PRIMARY DUTIES:
       1. Prepares written chart of accounts and financial statements for presentation to the
          Farm Manager, CRIT Controller and Tribal Council
       2. Maintains all information necessary for the Farm accounting and computer
          systems.
       3. To analyze and reconcile selected accounts
       4. To reconcile bank accounts and prepare journal vouchers
       5. To perform special projects
       6. Tom maintain accounting policies and procedures manual
       7.—Tom maintain and flIc all tax reports

EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
Crop budgeting experience preferred. BA preferred with farm accounting experience, or
equivalent work experience. Applicant must demonstrate basic knowledge of governmental
accounting and knowledge of computerized accounting applications. Applicant must exhibit
skills in dealing with others in a courteous, efficient manner. Must have experience in
Microsoft software including Excel and Word. Must have experience with Quick Books
Accounting Software.

INDIAN PREFERENCE:        The Colorado River Indian Tribes does not discriminate against
employees or applicants based upon race, color, sex or national origin. However, to the
extent permissible under Sections 701(b) and 703(i) of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the
Tribe does apply a hiring preference to enrolled members of federally recognized Indian
tribes.
                   FOR EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION VISIT:
                            www.crit-nsngov
                                  or
                               APPLY AT:
                        CRIT HUMAN RESOURCES
                         26600 MOHAVE ROAD
                        PARKER, ARIZONA 85344


THE COLORADO RIVER INDIAN TRIBES OFFERS HEALTH and LIFE
                                                        INSURANCE, PAID
        HOLIDAYS, SICK LEAVE, ANNUAL LEAVE and 401K PENSION PLAN.
              PRE—EMPLOYMENT DRUG SCREENING REQUIRED
                              COlORADO RIVER INDIAN TRIBES
                                              Human Resources
                                                  26600 MOHAVE RD.
                                                PARKER, ARIZONA 85344
                                           (928 669-1320     Fax (92) 669-5h3
                                                 Elcired Enas, Chairman



DECEMBER 08, 2010                                                                  #109-10

                        VACANCY AN N OU NCEM ENT

DEPARTMENT:          ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION OFFICE
POSITION:            PESTICIDE INSPECTOR
SALARY:              D.O.E.
CLOSING DATE:        OPEN UNTIL FILLED


GENERAL DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES:
Under general Supervision of the Environmental Officer will be responsible for a variety of
agricultural inspection activities on the Colorado River Indian Reservation for the
Environmental Protection Office. Duties include inspecting, monitoring and investigation of
incidents relative to the enforcement of agricultural laws and regulations of the Colorado
River Indian Tribes. Performs agricultural inspections in a variety of areas; inspects and
monitors custom applicators base satellite operations and facilities; Inspects pesticide
dealer and distributor establishment; Monitor restricted use pesticides by certified
personnel pursuant to the Federal Monitor restricted use pesticides by certified personnel
pursuant to the Federal Insecticide Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act and The Colorado River
Indian Tribes; Agriculture Code, Article 3. Address and follow-up on complaints from the
public; conduct comprehensive environmental investigations, and determine if violations
are applicable to laws and rules outlined by the Colorado River Indian Tribes Ag Codes.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
Conduct comprehensive investigations of all pesticides related incidents; spills accidents,
crashes or suspected violations which may have resulted in injury or damage to persons.
crops, property, livestock, or animals to assure timely initiation decontamination
procedures when needed and a prompt determination of all facts relating to each episode.
Preparation of reports of all investigative findings in a manner which will satisfy the legal
requirements of the Colorado River Indian Tribes’ Environmental Protection Office;
Pesticide Control Committee, attorneys and courts of law in the prosecutions of violations.
Special investigative assignments pertaining to pesticide applications made under the
provisions of experimental use permits or emergency use permits issued by the U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency to assure full compliance with permit permission.
Monitor the use of pesticides used by Structural Pest Control Applicators whenever there is
a complaint. Supervise and/or participate in enforcement of laws and regulations
designed to eradicate of control the spread of harmful insects, disease and weeds.
Conduct surveys in nurseries, orchards, fields, and rural properties for evidence of harmful
insects and disease. Place and monitor insect traps. Prepare inspections, incidents, and
trapping reports.

 REQUIREMENTS:
Possess excellent verbal, written, and analytical skills.   Must have experience with
Microsoft Word, Excel, and Access. Able to read and analyze chemical product labels.
Must have knowledge of farm operations and farming chemicals, and local reservation
area; able to work week-ends, take call on alternate weekends, and possibly night shift.
Must possess a valid driver’s license with no restrictions. Must be willing to travel to
trainings and meetings conducted by Grantees, and meet certifying credential within 1-
year as outlined by FIFRA.




                For Employment Application visit: http://www.crit-nsn.gov
                                            Or
                       Apply at: CRIT Human Resource Department
                                   26600 Mohave Road
                                  Parker, Arizona 85344

Under Title VII of the civil Rights Act Sections 701(b) and, 703(i) explicitly exempts from
coverage the preferential employment of Indian by Indian Tribes. Therefore, CRIT
acknowledges and extends preferential treatment to all enrolled CRIT Tribal members who
qualify toward all employment opportunities; otherwise, CRIT does not discriminate
against employees or applicants based upon race, color, sex, religion or national origin.

   THE COLORADO RIVER INDIAN TRIBES OFFERS HEALTH and LIFE INSURANCE, PAID
           HOLIDAYS, SICK LEAVE, ANNUAL LEAVE and 401K PENSION PLAN.
                 PRE-EMPLOYMENT DRUG SCREENING REQUIRED
                                      COLORADO RiVER INDIAN TRIBES
                                                          Human Resources
                                                              26600 MOHAVE RD.
                                                            PARKER, ARIZONA 85344
                                                      (928) 669-1320 • Fax (928) 669-5263
                                                             Eldred Enas, Chairman


    DECEMBER 08, 2010                                                                        #108-10

                                 VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

DEPARTMENT:              CRIT LAW & ORDER
POSITION:                PATROL OFFICER
SALARY:                  $18.18/HR. ($37,805.04)
CLOSE:                   OPEN UNTIL FILLED
DUTIES:
Under the supervision of a Sergeant preserves the public peace, protects life, and property.
Prevents crime, enforces the laws of the Tribe and the State Governments. Arrests offenders,
recovers property, and works cooperatively with Federal, State, County, City, and Tribal Police
Agencies. Provides appropriate enforcement service. In executing the above, the Patrol Officer
may be required to work rotating shifts, know applicable tribal, state and federal laws. Have
knowledge of jurisdiction issues, arid be prepared to deal with any form of emergency which
threatens life. Be well schooled in the use of communication and enforcement equipment and be
ready to use it in a concise, appropriate manner as describes by the situation. Officer must conduct
themselves at all times in a proper manner, according to the rules and regulations of the Tribes and
Arizona Peace Officers Standards and Training. Officers must maintain the strictest confidence in
all that is hard and known through the position. Other duties may be assigned at the discretion of
the Supervisor or Chief of Police to fulfill the Departments objectives or goals.

REQUIREMENTS:
AZ Post certification preferred. If not AZ POST certified must attend and satisfactorily complete a
17 week police academy for training. Applicant must be 21 years of age, have a valid Arizona
driver’s license. Have a high school diploma or GED. Must pass a general education written test,
oral interview, a drug screen, a polygraph (lie detector) test, psychological test, medical exam,
physical fitness test, and pass an extensive background investigation.
•                                                   APPLY AT
                                     C.R.LT. HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
                                               26600 MOHAVE ROAD
                                              PARKER, ARIZONA 85344
                                                       OR
                                   FOR APPLICATiON VISIT: http://www.crit-nsn.gov

Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act Sections 701(b) and 703 (i) explicitly exempts from coverage the
                                                                                                         preferential
employment of Indian-by-Indian Tribes. Therefore, CRIT acknowledges and extends preferential treatment
                                                                                                          to enrolled
CRIT members who qualify toward all employees or applicants based on race, color, sex, religion or national
                                                                                                               origin.
Pre-employment drug screening enforced.

CRIT Offers: Health and Life Insurance, Paid Holidays, Sick and Annual Leave and Pension Plan.
                             COLORADO RIVER INDIAN TRIBES
                                                Human Resources
                                                     26600 MOHAVE RD.
                                                   PARKER, ARIZONA 85344
                                             (928) 669-1320 • Fax (928) 669-5263
                                                    Eldred Enas, Chairman

DECEMBER 06, 2010                                                                     #104-10
                                VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

DEPARTMENT:            CHILDREN’S RESIDENTIAL CENTER
POSITION:              LEAD CHILD CARE WORKER
BENEFITS:              HEALTH and LIFE INSURANCE, PAID HOLIDAYS, SICK LEAVE
                       ANNUAL LEAVE and 401(k) PLAN
SALARY:                $13.00 PER HOUR
SUPERVISED BY:         CRC DIRECTOR
CLOSING DATE:          OPEN UNTIL FILLED

SUMMARY:
Under general direction and supervision of the CRC Director, performs direct child care work of
routine difficulty providing therapeutic interaction and personal care services for consumers
including children and adolescents with possible behavioral health issues. Performs related work
as required.


DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS:
This classification is responsible for assisting the CRC Director with supervision of Child Care
Workers in coordinating applicable service, social, vocational, educational and community activities
with designated consumers. This classification is distinguished from other service classifications
by its responsibility for supervising and participating in medical, therapeutic and social service
activities/treatment of consumers.


DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
•      Coordinates, supervises and participates in the activities of a residential shelter program
       and maintains effective staffing patterns to ensure quality care;
•      Provides direct consumer care in a manner that considers safety, consumer rights,
       cleanliness, comfort and that a therapeutic environment is maintained by developing and
       communicating procedures with consumers, family members, and placement agencies;

•      Observes consumer’s behaviors and consults with primary care physicians, placement
       agencies and family/guardians regarding needed services;
•      Encourages and facilitates consumers participation in social/recreational, cultural,
       educational and other activities identified in their case plan;
•      Escorts and transports consumers in a sxafe and timely manner to approved activities as
       appropriate:
    •    Develops, recommends and implements Children’s Residential Center’s policies, standards,
         services and procedures;

    •    Takes part in developing and implementing individualized treatment plans for consumers in
         residential shelter care and ensures service directives are followed in compliance with
         State/Federal/Tribal Codes. and standards;
    •    Complies with the agency’s on-going staff training hours requirement and assist at staff and
         administrative meetings. Participates in the agency’s Quality review arid Improvement
         System;

    •    Ensures proper administration and documentation of non-prescription and prescription
         medication (excluding IV medications) as prescribe by licensed medical professionals;

•       Reviews progress notes and daily activities recorded in communication logs to ensure
        compliance with all regulations;

•       Reviews incident reports and informs appropriate placement agencies in a timely manner;

•       Ensures standards of care are maintained and monitors consumers’ mental and physical
        health to enable appropriate treatment/intervention/prevention/referral of problems;
•       Assists in performing various interventions including counseling, crisis intervention as well
        as physical management procedures as necessary;

•       Maintains consumer records and prepares related reports and correspondence;
•       Develops and maintains working relationships with all team members, including placement
        agencies, family members, guardians, fiduciaries, advocates, etc.; and

•       Performs other related duties and assignments as required.


KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS:
•       Experienced with mental or physical disability;
•       Able to assist with functions and goals              of   residential   care,   including   day,
        recreational/cultural and educational services;

•       Safety precautions used in transportation and consumer care;

•       Demonstrated knowledge of residential treatment care preferred.

•       Knowledge of State/Federal/rules and regulations including Title 36 Rules/Regulations;

•       Knowledge of Community resources and social service agencies;

•       Professional knowledge of Psychiatric disorders, psycho-tropic drugs and their side effects;

•       Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with professional staff,
        placement agencies, caregivers and community organizations.

•       Must have a proven ability to supervise and mentor


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS;
•       Must be at least 24 years of age

•       Must possess a valid Arizona driver’s license and be insurable under the CRIT automobile
        policy.
        Must have a High School diploma or GED plus five (5) years full time experience in
        behavioral health or working in a relevant field.
 •      Preferred Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in a behavioral health field from an accredited
        college; or a bachelor’s degree in a related field (psychological social work, early childhood
        education, etc.) plus one (1) year full time experience in behavioral health or working with
        relevant population.

                •      Ability to be on-call for after hour coverage as needed;
                •      Able to work flexible schedule as needed; weekends, nights, days, evenings,
                       partial shifts, and holidays.
                •      Obtain and keep current CPR and Standard First Aid Certificate.
                •      Able to operate common office equipment and have basic word processing
                       computer skills.
                •      Able to maintain a calm, non-defensive, supportive attitude during crisis or
                       potential crisis situations.
               •       Uphold a confidential safe environment for consumers at all times and
                       ensure the protections of consumer’s privacy rights.
               •       Sensitive to the needs of at risk Native American children.
               •       Submit and pass a standard druWalcohol screen

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
•       Must be fully ambulatory and able to lift consumers (be able to lift a minimum of 50
        pounds)
•      Must be able to climb stairs and assist consumers in moving household items if necessary.
•      Must be able to assist with I ight household chores (involving many physical activities,
       cooking, including but not limited to kneeling, reaching, stretching, bending, etc., and the
       use of household cleaners).
•      Must be able to endure extreme outdoor temperatures and sudden temperature changes.
•      Must be able to demonstrate competency in the following areas: Operate an agency
       transports vehicle; manual dexterity to keep documentation records; able to visually and
       auditory monitor consumers; perform crisis intervention techniques to prevent behavior
       harmful to the consumers or others; assess and provide behavior management in crisis
       situations and call for assistance if needed; and able to physically perform First Aid/CPR.


CRIMINAL HISTORY:
Employment is subject to fingerprinting for the purpose of conducting a background review of
possible criminal history in accordance with P.L. 101-630, Indian Child Protection and Family
Violence Prevention Act. The Department of Health Services (DHS) shall not consider
                                                                                                 for
Employment any candidate who has been convicted of a felony misdemeanor that relates to
                                                                                                  or
impacts the candidate’s ability to perform the job duties of this class unless it is determined
                                                                                                that
mitigating circumstances exist.     For purpose of accessing criminal history information, the
candidate will be fingerprinted.

The Department of Human Resources (HR) may also conduct a background check on the
                                                                                       candidate
prior to appointment to a position within this class. The background check may include
                                                                                         personal
and professional reference checks, credit history check, Social Security Number
                                                                                     verification,
professional license/registration verification, military service information and driving
                                                                                          history.
Information obtained in the course of this background check will be considered by the appointing
authority in this selection process.

INDIAN PREFERENCE:         The Colorado River Indian Tribes does not discriminate against
employees or applicants based upon race, color, sex or national, origin. However, to the
extent permissible under Section 701(b) and 703(i) of the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act,
the Tribe does apply a hiring preference to enrolled members of federally recognized
Indian Tribes.


                                    APPLY:
          COLORADO RIVER INDIAN TRIBES HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
                              26600 MOHAVE ROAD
                            PARKER, ARIZONA 85344

                 For Employment Application visit: http://www.crit-nsn.gov
                              COLORADO RIVER INDIAN TRIBES
                                     Human Resources
                                                      26600 MOHAVE RD.
                                                    PARKER, ARIZONA 85344
                                              (928) 669-1320    Fax (928) 669-5263
                                                     Ekired Enas, Chairman

DECEMBER 06, 2010                                                                      #103-10
                                VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

DEPARTMENT:            CHILDREN’S RESIDENTIAL CENTER
POSITION:              CHILD CARE WORKER (PART-TIME WITHOUT BENEFITS)

SALARY:                $9.00 PER HOUR
SUPERVISED BY:         CRC DIRECTOR
CLOSING DATE:          OPEN UNTIL FILLED

SUMMARY:
Under general direction and supervision of the CRC Director, this position is an entry level position
in a residential child care facility. Worker will assist with direct care supervision of children and
provide appropriate interactions and personal care services for the Children’s Residential Center.
Performs related work as required.


DISTINGUISH ING CHARACTERISTICS:
This classification is responsible for aiding the Lead Child Worker in providing soOial, educational
and community services/activities with designated consumers. This classification is from other
service classifications by its responsibility for providing direct consumer care and consumer
supervision as part of the treatment team.


DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
•      Provide direct consumer care in a manner that considers safety, consumer rights,
       cleanliness, comfort and therapeutic environment;
•      Communicates and interacts with program consumers on an individual and group basis;

•      Provides direct care for program consumers, provides support to team members and
       assists with reviews of care and appropriateness of case plans;

•      Ensures a safe and therapeutic environment is maintained by developing and
       communicating procedures with consumers, family members, placement agencies, visitors
       and staff;

•      Observes consumer’s behaviors and consults with primary care physicians, agencies and
       family/guardians regarding needed services;
•      Provide consumer care as directed by the Lead and/or CRC Director
    •    Ensures proper administration and documentation of non-prescription and prescription
         medication (excluding IV medications) as prescribed by licensed medical professionals;
    •    Supervises and facilitates daily milieu services as assigned, such as assisting with activities
         of daily living skills, meal time, personal hygiene, educational and community groups, and
         activity therapy;

    •   Assists assigned consumers in achieving daily goals, maintaining healthy personal hygiene;
    •    Provides on-going observation of all consumer behavior, immediately reporting any
         potentially dangerous situations to the supervisor on duty;

    •   Observes and documents consumer taking of medication and their behavior on a daily
        basis bringing any unusual behavior to the supervisor’s attention and adving next shift of
        any such behavior;

    •   Provides safe, timely transportation of consumers to and from the facility as assigned;

•       Participates in the agency’s orientation training, facility training and staff meetings as
        scheduled;

•       Complies with the agency’s on-going staff training hour’s requirement;

•       Participates in the agency’s orientation training, facility training and staff meetings as
        scheduled;

•       Complies with the agency’s on-going staff training hour’s requirement;

•       Participates in the agency’s Quality Improvement System:

•       Evaluates program services/functions and encourages consumers to participate in decision-
        making, counseling, social, recreational, cultural, day and other activities identified in their
        individualcase plan;

•       Develops and maintains working relationships with all team members, including placement
        agencies, family members, guardians, fiduciaries, advocates, etc.; and

•       Performs other related duties and assignments asrequired.


KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS:
•       Experienced with mental or physical disability;

•       Functions and goals of residential care;

•       Safety precautions used in transportation and consumer care;

•       Community resources and social service agencies;

•       Psychiatric disorders, psycho-tropic drugs and their side effects;

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS;
•       Must be at least 18 years of age
•       Must have a High School diploma or GED and one (1) year experience working in an
        educational, social service, child care setting or relevant life or work experience with
        families and adolescents.
•       Must possess a valid Arizona driver’s license and be insurable under the CRIT agency’s
        automobile policy.
•       Provide on-call after hour coverage as needed;
        Able to work flexible schedule as needed: weekends, nights, days, evenings, partial shifts,
        and holidays.
 •      Obtain and keep current CPR and Standard First Aid Certificate.
 •      Able to operate common office equipment and have basic computer skills, including word
        processing.
 •      Ability to effectively communicate in English both in writing and verbally.
 •      Able to positively interact and develop rapport with consumers and their families,
        professional support staff, and placement agencies and the various levels of staff from
        community agencies.
 •      Able to maintain a calm, non-defensive, supportive attitude during crisis or potential crisis
        situations.
 •      Ability to uphold confidential standards for the protections of consumer’s privacy rights.
 •      Sensitive to at risk Native American children and adolescents.

 PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
 •      Must be fully ambulatory and able to lift consumers (be able to lift a minimum of 50
        pounds)
 •      Must be able to climb stairs and assist consumers in moving household items if necessary.
•       Must be able to assist with I ight household chores (involving many physical activities,
        cooking, including but not limited to kneeling, reaching, stretching, bending, etc., and the
        use of household cleaners).
•      Must be able to endure extreme outdoor temperatures and sudden terhperature changes.
•      Must be able to demonstrate competency in the following areas: Operate an agency
       transports vehicle; manual dexterity to keep documentation records able to visually and
       auditory monitor consumers; perform crisis intervention techniques to prevent behavior
       harmful to the consumers or others; assess and provide behavior management in crisis
       situations and call for assistance if needed; and able to physically perform First Aid/CPR.


CRIMINAL HISTORY:
Employment is subject to fingerprinting for the purpose of conducting a background review
                                                                                                  of
possible, criminal history in accordance with P.L. 101-630, Indian Child Protection and Family
Violence Prevention Act. The Department of Health Services (DHS) shall not consider for
Employment any candidate who has been convicted of a felony misdemeanor that relates to
                                                                                                  or
impacts the candidate’s ability to perform the job duties of this class unless it is determined that
mitigating circumstances exist.     For purpose of accessing criminal history information, the
candidate will be fingerprinted.

The Department of Human Resources (HR) may also conduct a background check on the candidate
prior to appointment to a position within this class. The background check may include
                                                                                         personal
and professional reference checks, credit history check, Social Security Number verification,
professional license/registration verification, military service information and driving
                                                                                          history.
Information obtained in the course of this background check will be considered by the
                                                                                      appointing
authority in this selection process.

INDIAN PREFERENCE:         The Colorado River Indian Tribes does not discriminate against
employees or applicants based upon race, color, sex or national, origin. However,
                                                                                     to the
extent permissible under Section 701(b) and 703(i) of the Title VII of the Civil
                                                                                 Rights Act,
the Tribe does apply a hiring preference to enrolled members of federally recognized
Indian Tribes.


                                   APPLY:
         COLORADO RIVER INDIAN TRIBES HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
                             26600 MOHAVE ROAD
                           PARKER, ARIZONA 85344

               For Employment Application visit: http://www.crit-nsn.gov
                              COLORADO RIVER INDIAN TRIBES
                                     Human Resources
                                                     26600 MORAVE RD.
                                                   PARKER, ARIZONA 85344
                                             (928) 669-1320 • Fax (928) 669-5263
                                                    Eldred Enas. Chairman

DECEMBER 06, 2010                                                                      #102-10
                                VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

DEPARTM ENT:           CHILDREN’S RESIDENTIAL CENTER
POSITION:              CHILD CARE WORKER (FULL TIME W/BENEFITS)
BENEFITS:              HEALTH and LIFE INSURANCE, PAID HOLIDAYS, SICK LEAVE
                       ANNUAL LEAVE and 401(k) PLAN
SALARY:                $9.00 PER HOUR
SUPERVISED BY:         CRC DIRECTOR
CLOSING DATE:          OPEN UNTIL FILLED


SUMMARY:
Under general direction and supervision of the CRC Director, this positio, is an entry level position
in a residential child care facility. Worker will assist with direct care supervision of children and
provide appropriate interactions and personal care services for the Children’s Residential Center.
Performs related work as required.


DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS:
This classification is responsible for aiding the Lead Child Worker in providing social, educational
and community services/activities with designated consumers. This classification is from other
service classifications by its responsibility for providing direct consumer care and consumer
supervision as part of the treatment team.


DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
•      Provide direct consumer care in a manner that considers safety, consumer rights,
       cleanliness, comfort and therapeutic environment;
•      Communicates and interacts with program consumers on an individual and group basis;
•      Provides direct care for program consumers, provides support to team members and
       assists with reviews of care and appropriateness of case plans;
•      Ensures a safe and therapeutic environment is maintained by developing and
       communicating procedures with consumers, family members, placement agencies, visitors
       and staff;
•      Observes consumer’s behaviors and consults with primary care physicians, agencies and
       family/guardians regarding needed services;
•      Provide consumer care as directed by the Lead and/or CRC Director
        •     Ensures proper administration and documentation of non-prescription and prescription
              medication (excluding IV medications) as prescribed by licensed medical professionals;
        •    Supervises and facilitates daily milieu services as assigned, such as assisting with activities
             of daily living skills, meal time, personal hygiene, educational and community groups, and
             activity therapy;

    •        Assists assigned consumers in achieving daily goals, maintaining healthy personal hygiene;
    •        Provides on-going observation of all consumer behavior, immediately reporting any
             potentially dangerous situations to the supervisor on duty;

    •        Observes and documents consumer taking of medication and their behavior on a daily
             basis bringing any unusual behavior to the supervisor’s attention and adving next shift of
             any such behavior;
    •        Provides safe, timely transportation of consumers to and from the facility as assigned;
    •        Participates in the agency’s orientation training, facility training and staff meetings as
             scheduled;
    •        Complies with the agency’s on-going staff training hour’s requirement;
    •        Participates in the agency’s orientation training, facility training and staff meetings as
             scheduled;
    •        Complies with the agency’s on-going staff training hour’s requirement;

    •        Participates in the agency’s Quality Improvement System:

    •        Evaluates program services/functions and encourages consumers to participate in decision-
             making, counseling, social, recreational, cultural, day and other activities identified in their
             individual case plan;

    •       Develops and maintains working relationships with all team members, including placement
            agencies, family members, guardians, fiduciaries, advocates, etc.; and

•           Performs other related duties and assignments as required.

KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS:
•           Experienced with mental or physical disability;

•           Functions and goals of residential care;

•           Safety precautions used in transportation and consumer care;
•           Community resources and social service agencies;

•           Psychiatric disorders, psycho-tropic drugs and their side effects;

•           Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with professional staff,
            placement agencies, care givers, and community organizations;

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS;
•           Must be at least 18 years of age
•           Must have a High School diploma or GED and one (1) year experience working in an
            educational, social service, child care setting or relevant life or work experience with
            families and adolescents.
        Must possess a valid Arizona driver’s license and be insurable under the CRIT agency’s
        automobile policy.
        Provide on-call after hour coverage as needed;
        Able to work flexible schedule as needed: weekends, nights, days, evenings, partial shifts,
        and holidays.
        Obtain and keep current CPR and Standard First Aid Certificate.
        Able to operate common office equipment and have basic computer skills, including word
        processing.
        Ability to effectively communicate in English both in writing and verbally.
        Able to positively interact and develop rapport w[th consumers and their families,
        professional support staff, and placement agencies and the various levels of staff from
        community agencies.
        Able to maintain a calm, non-defensive, supportive attitude during crisis or potential crisis
        situations.
•       Ability to uphold confidential standards for the protections of consumer’s privacy rights.
•       Sensitive to at risk Native American children and adolescents.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
•       Must be fully ambulatory and able to lift consumers (be able to lift a minimum of 50
        pounds)
•       Must be able to climb stairs and assist consumers in moving household items if necessary.
•      Must be able to assist with light household chores (involving many physical activities,
       cooking, including but not limited to kneeling, reaching, stretching, bending, etc., and the
       use of household cleaners).
•       Must be able to endure extreme outdoor temperatures and sudden temperature changes.
•      Must be able to demonstrate competency in the following areas: Operate an agency
       transports vehicle; manual dexterity to keep documentation records; able to visually and
       auditory monitor consumers; perform crisis interventiori techniques to prevent behavior
       harmful to the consumers or others; assess and provide behavior management in crisis
       situations and call for assistance if needed; and able to physically perform First Aid/CPR.


CRIMINAL HISTORY:
Employment is subject to fingerprinting for the purpose of conducting a background review of
possible criminal history in accordance with P.L. 101-630, Indian Child Protection and Family
Violence Prevention Act. The Department of Health Services (DHS) shall not consider for
Employment any candidate who has been convicted of a felony misdemeanor that relates to or
impacts the candidate’s ability to perform the job duties of this class unless it is determined that
mitigating circumstances exist. For purpose of accessing criminal history information, the
candidate will be fingerprinted.

The Department of Human Resources (HR) may also conduct a background check on the candidate
prior to appointment to a position within this class. The background check may include personal
and professional reference checks, credit history check, Social Security Number verification,
professional license/registration verification, military service information and driving history.
Information obtained in the course of this background check will be considered by the appointing
authority in this selection process..
INDIAN PREFERENCE:         The Colorado River Indian Tribes does not discriminate against
employees or applicants based upon race, color, sex or national, origin. However, to the
extent permissible under Section 701(b) and 703(i) of the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act,
the Tribe does apply a hiring preference to enrolled members of federally recognized
Indian Tribes.


                                    APPLY:
          COLORADO RIVER INDIAN TRIBES HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
                              26600 MOHAVE ROAD
                            PARKER, ARIZONA 85344

                For Employment Application visit: http://www.crit-nsn.gov
                              COLORADO RIVER INDIAN TRIBES
                                                 Human Resources
                                                     26600 MOHAVE RD.
                                                   PARKER, ARIZONA 85344
                                             (928) 669-1320 • Fax (928) 669-5263
                                                    Eldred Enas, Chairman


NOVEMBER 09, 2010                                                                        #101-10
                                  VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT
DEPARTMENT:            DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES / COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICE
POSITION:              COMM UNITY HEALTH REPRESENTATIVE
SALARY:                $9.00 $15.00
                              -




CLOSING DATE:          OPEN UNTIL FILLED


INTRODUCTION:
This position is under the direction of the CHR Manager. During the initial period of hire
the incumbent will be responsible for transporting clients, dialysis patients, elderly and the
sick to appropriate medical and health care facilities. After completion of probation
period, and CHR basic training the incumbent will perform home health surveillance, a
variety of health outreach services, case find, case management, and transportation
services to American Indians and Alaska Natives (Al/AN) residing on or near the Colorado
River Indian Reservation.

DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES:
(THE FOLLOWING ARE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE TYPICAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE INCUMBENT
                                                                                             AND ARE
NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS ALL INCLUSIVE)


The incumbent will maintain and complete timely and accurate documentation of daily
activities, client transportation, or other activities performed with defined duties and
responsibilities, through use of designated forms, such as, internally generated forms, or
the HIS PCC (Patient Care Component) form. Assist in a variety of home health care
services, education, counseling, community outreach, public health functions, and non-
emergency transports.

Transport, or make arrangements for transport, of clients who are in need of transportation
to medical providers and/or health facilities, within the scope of priorities defined by
programmatic protocol and client needs. Transport includes:
       •      Clients to obtain        prescribed    medication,    or   delivery   of   prescribed
              medications;
       •      Safety of passengers during transport, for example, assuring proper use of
              safety seat restraints, infant seat restraints, abiding by traffic laws, etc.; and
       •      Service of vehicle by checking oil, lubricant and fluid levels, scheduling
              routine preventive maintenance services, and immediately reporting service
              or repair needs.
Establish and maintain individual case files in accordance with prescribed protocol and/or
standards. Collect data and information as required for entry into data manag
                                                                                     ement
system(s), such as, the Indian Health Service (IHS) Resources and Patient Manag
                                                                                     ement
System (RPMS) and Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS). Condu
                                                                                         ct
community outreach and case fine through screening during home visitation, comm
                                                                                      unity
activities, or public health forums to identify cases of individuals or families in need
                                                                                         of
services or assistance, and provide assistance or referrals as determined. The incum
                                                                                       bent
may perform other duties as assigned within the scope of the position or CHR Program.

QUALI FICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE, SKI LLS and ABILITIES:
High School diploma or GED (General Equivalency Degree) equivalent; possess valid
                                                                                        First
Aide and CPR (Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation) certification, or obtain certification
                                                                                     within
three (3) months of employment; possess valid Arizona State Driver’s License; submit
                                                                                          to
driving history check, agree in writing to CRIT Confidentiality Statement and Alcoho
                                                                                      l and
Drug Policy. Maintain confidentiality in accordance with the Federal Health Insuran
                                                                                          ce
Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).         Establishing and maintaining effective
relationships with clients, community members, tribal officials, representatives
                                                                                  of health
and resource agencies, the public in general and other contacts. Effectively commu
                                                                                     nicate
orally and in writing. Lift heavy objects up to 75 pounds, such as wheelchair.


                          SUBMIT COMPLETED APPLICATION TO:
       V
                        C.R.I.T. HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
                                   26600 MOHAVE ROAD
                                  PARKER, ARIZONA 85344
                                            or
                     FOR APPLICATION VISIT: http//www.crit@nsn .gov

UNDER THE TITLE VII OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT SECTION 701(b) AND 703(i) EXPLICITL
                                                                               Y EXEMPTS
FROM COVERAGE THE PREFERENTIAL EMPLOYMENT OF INDIANS BY INDIAN
                                                                      TRIBES. THEREFORE,
CRIT ACKNOWLEDGES AND EXTENDS PREFERENTIAL TREATMENT TO
                                                                    CRIT MEMBERS WHO
QUALIFY TOWARD ALL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES; OTHERWISE,
                                                                        CRIT DOES NOT
DISCRIMINATE AGAINST EMPLOYEES OR APPLICANTS BASED ON RACE, COLOR,
                                                                         SEX, RELIGION OR
NATIONAL ORIGIN.
                                     COLORADO RIVER INDIAN TRIBES
                                            Human Resources
                                                             26600 MOHAVE RD.
                                                           PARKER, ARIZONA $5314

                                                             Eldreci Enas. Chairman
                     2010                                                                           #96-10
                                        VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT
  DEPARTMENT:             Health Services    —   Social Services Program
  POSITION:               Social Services Manager
  SALARY:                 $23.44-$32.OO Per Hour (D.O.E)
 SUPERVISED BY:           Executive Director
  CLOSING DATE:           OPEN UNTIL FILLED

 INTORDUCTION: This position is a Social Worker performing duties as a provid
                                                                                     er and mid-
 management level manager responsible for the day-today operation and superv
                                                                                     ision of the
 Office of Social Services (OSS), Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS). As
                                                                                       a provider,
 responsible of case management of comprehensive services, including child welfare,
                                                                                       foster care
 services, adult institutional care, general assistance, Individual Indian Monies
                                                                                   accounts, and
 other social services functions. As a Manager, provide direction, guidance and supervision
                                                                                            to the
 OSS Staff. The incumbent is supervised by, receives guidance from, and reports directl
                                                                                          y to the
 Executive Director, DHS.

 DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES: (THE FOLLOWING ARE ILLUSTRIATIONS
                                                                OF THE TYPICAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE
 INCUMBENT AND ARE NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS ALL INLCUSIVE.)

 Plan, implement and coordinate methods for service delivery consistent with Colora
                                                                                           do River
 Indian Tribe regulations, standards, programmatic policies and procedures, the Health
                                                                                          Insurance
 Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), and other applicable standards. Provid
                                                                                       e direct and
 indirect assistance to families; adults, and children, maintain a client caseloa
                                                                                   d of the more
 difficult and complex cases with emphasis on geriatric and medical cases;
                                                                                     and exercise
 independent judgment and decision-making in reviewing and assigning cases
                                                                               to staff.
 Perform and oversee staff case management through comprehensive assessm
                                                                                    ents of client
needs, establish case plans in accordance with level of functioning, establish
                                                                               and maintain time
schedules, monitor progress of ongoing cases, and personal home and/or
                                                                                       institutional
visitations. Establish and maintain cooperative and collaborative relatio
                                                                               nships with other
providers and/or service agencies, such as intra-DHSS programs,
                                                                                    CRIT service
departments/offices, CRIT Office of the Attorney General, Indian Health
                                                                            Services, institutional
care providers/centers, foster care providers, schools, Regional Behavioral Health
                                                                                    Agencies, and
other service agencies/providers. May serve on intra-departmental committees
                                                                                   and local inter
agency forums, boards, workgroups, and task teams.
Conduct periodic quality assurance reviews of client records consistent with
                                                                                      oversight agency
standards and DHS policies, and participate in annual programmatic
                                                                                reviews conducted by
funding and oversight agencies. Participate in OSS staff meetings,
                                                                             intra-programmatic case
staffing, and case staffing with DHS programs and other service agencies/prov
                                                                                     iders on a regular
basis, or as request. Responsible for effective utilization of available tribal
                                                                                 or public resources by
   preparing annual programs/project operating funding proposals, special needs budget
                                                                                      s, goals
   and objectives, work plans, and operating and supporting documents.
   Implement financial management controls in compliance with Federal, Tribal,
                                                                                          and project
   statutes, regulations, and/or codes, conduct analysis of project expenditure
                                                                                    trends; reconcile
   actual expenses to project expenses (cuff account); and initiate budget modifi
                                                                                          cations, as
   necessary, consistent with approved budget plans, scope of work, and financi
                                                                                     al management
   standards. Implement and conduct progress reviews of goals and objecti
                                                                               ves, planned further
   activities work plan, time lines, compliance with project standards,
                                                                                 etc., and initiate
  modifications, as necessary, to work plans in order to achieve goals and objecti
                                                                                   ves.
  Prepare and submit timely, current and accurate monthly, quarterly, semi-a
                                                                                 nnual, and annual
  progress reports, periodic evaluation, and status reports, home studies, case summa
                                                                                             ries and
  other required records/reports. Establish and maintain programmatic policie
                                                                                 s and procedures,
  guidelines, and standards of operation. Establish and manage client record
                                                                                     s management
  system in compliance with HIPAA. Perform supervisory functions, such as, staff
                                                                                       schedules and
  assignments, on going performance evaluation, individual development plans,
                                                                                      comprehensive
  orientation for incoming staff, and general compliance in accordance with standa
                                                                                           rds of the
  Colorado River Indian Tribes Employee Handbook.
 On-call, crisis intervention, and irregular hours may be required.               Perform other duties as
 assigned.
 EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENT:
 Successful completion of studies for Master of Social Work (MSW), or related
                                                                                       field, from an
 accredited college, or university. Minimum of two (2) years of full time
                                                                                   work experience,
 including at least one (1) year supervision, in social work, or related field. Posses
                                                                                       s a valid state
 vehicle driver’s license.
 KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, and ABILITIES REQUIRED:
 Comprehensive knowledge of social services concepts, principles, and
                                                                            practices. Applied
 knowledge of administrative and supervisory concepts, and principles. Knowl
                                                                                 edge of federal,
 state, local and CRIT laws, codes and regulations governing social series
                                                                                 programs, with
emphasis on the 25 CFR (Code of Federal Regulations), US Bureau of Indian
                                                                             Affairs regulations,
the Indian Child Welfare Act and the Health Insurance Portability and Accou
                                                                               ntability Act, and
general social series policies and procedures. Familiar with resources and
                                                                              services available
from social services agencies (e.g., AHCCCS, ALTCS, SSA, etc.). Posses
                                                                         s organizational skills,
ability to function independently, demonstrated oral and written commu
                                                                            nication skills, and
applied computer literacy. Familiar with American Indian culture and traditio
                                                                                ns, sensitivity to
cultural differences, and unique problems of Indian communities in rural areas.
                                                                                  Employment is
subject to fingerprinting for the purpose of conducting a background review
                                                                            of possible criminal
history in accordance with P.L. 102-630, Indian Child Protection and Family
                                                                            Violence Prevention
Act.

                            For Employment Application visit: http://crit-nsn.gov
                                                     or
                               Apply at: CRIT Human Resource Department
                                           26600 Mohave Road
                                          Parker, Arizona 85344

INDIAN PREFERENCE: The Colorado River Indian Tribes does not discrim
                                                                                inate against employees or
applicants based upon race, color, sex or national origin. However, to
                                                                              the extent permissible under
Sections 701(b) and 703(i) of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the Tribe does
                                                                                 apply a hiring preference to
enrolled members of federally recognized Indian tribes.
CRIT offers: Health and Life Insurance, Paid Holidays, Sick and Annual
                                                                       Leave and Pension Plan
                                  COLORADO RIVER INDJAN TRIBES
                                                         I-lu man Resources
                                                           26600 MOHAVE RD.
                                                         PARKER, ARIZONA 85344
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                                                          Elclrecl Epas. Chairman




 OCTOBER 26, 2010                                                                                 #95-10
                                        VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

 DEPARTMENT:              Department of Health Services         —    Social Services Program
 POSITION:                Foster Care Coordinator
 SALARY RANGE:            $14.57 $23.00 per hour (D.O.E.)
                                    -




SUPERVISED BY:            Social Service Manager
CLOSING DATE:             OPEN UNTIL FILLED


INTRODUCTION: The Foster Care Coordinator under the direction of the Social
                                                                                     Services
Manager will coordinate all aspect of the Tribal Foster Care Program; monitor placem
                                                                                       ent of
foster care clients returned to biological parent/family or placed into Relative Placem
                                                                                        ents;
provide case management for Foster Care Children and Child-In-Need Of Care(CNC) cases.

DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES: (THE FOLLOWING ARE ILLUSTRAT
                                                               IONS FO THE TYPICAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
OF THE INCUMBENT AND ARE NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS ALL INCLUSIVE)

 Perform case management through assessments of client needs, establish cse
                                                                                  plans in
 accordance with level of functioning, establish and maintain time schedules,
                                                                                  monitor
 progress of on-going cases, and conduct personal home and/or institutional
                                                                               visitations.
 Plan, develop and implement individual case plans that include:
        •      assessment/evaluation                    •      prevention
        •      intervention                             •      referrals
and follow through care implementing methods for service delivery consistent with
                                                                                  U.S. BIA
(Bureau of Indian Affairs) regulations, Colorado River Indian Tribes
                                                                               standards,
programmatic policies procedures, the Health Insurance Portability and Accou
                                                                             ntability Act
(HIPAA), and other applicable standards.
       •        Actively recruit in the community for foster care homes/parents
       •        Facilitate the completion of application packets for candidates to
                                                                                     potential
                foster care in accordance with Tribal and BIA Policies and procedures.
       •       Conduct home study/assessment on potential foster homes
                                                                              /relative
               placements.
       •       Make recommendations for approval/disapproval regarding the
                                                                           licensing of
               tribal foster care homes
               •    On a yearly basis, renew licensing on all Tribal foster homes
               •    Facilitate or provide parent training for natural parents and foster parents
           •        Oversee and approve basic and special needs foster care payments
           •        Provide case management for all foster care children, including referrals for
                    appropriate services
           •        Facilitates and participates in case planning for each foster care child,
                    including agency and educational meetings.
           •        Complete required court reports and attend court hearings.
           •        Monitor the foster homes via announced and/or unannounced home visits,
                    telephonic interviews with foster parents and interviews with the foster
                    child(ren) in the home.
           •        Monitor placement of prior foster care children that have been returned to
                    biological parent/family or placed into relative placement.
           •        Provide direction, support and supervision to foster parents and/or relative
                    placements.
          •         Maintain copious and coherent individual client records in accordance with
                    Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) Social Services.
       •           Participate in SS staff meetings, intra-programmatic case staffing, and case
                   staffing with DHS programs and other service agencies/providers on a
                   regular basis, or as requested.
       •           Conduct periodic quality assurance reviews of case-managed client records
                   consistent with oversight agency standards and DHS policies, and participate
                   in annual programmatic reviews conducted by funding and oversight
                   agencies.
       •           Establish and maintain cooperative and collaborative relationships with
                   other providers and/or service agencies, such as, intra-DHS programs, CRIT
                   service departments/offices, CRIT Office of Attorney General, Indian Health
                   Service, institutional care providers/centers, foster care providers, school
                                                                                                s,
                   Regional    Behavioral Health      Agencies, etc., and other service
                   agencies/providers.
       •           Maintain confidentiality in accordance with Federal Health Insuran
                                                                                      ce
                   Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
      •            Perform other related duties and assignments as directed by the
                                                                                             Social
                   Services Manager, within the scope of duties and responsibilities,
                                                                                            and/or
                   department activities. On-call, crisis intervention, and irregular hours
                                                                                            may be
                   required.

EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENT: Bachelor’s Degree in
                                                             Psychology, Sociology,
Social work or other related area. Minimum of one year experie
                                                               nce relating to child
welfare issues, individual and group counseling and case manag
                                                               ement. Educational
requirements may be waived or substituted on the knowledge, ability and experience of
the applicant.

 KNOWLEDGE and ABILITIES REQUIRED: Comprehensive knowledge of social services
concepts, principles, and practices. Knowledge of federal, state, local and CRIT laws, codes
 and regulations governing social service programs, with emphasis on the 25 CFR (Code of
 Federal Regulations), U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs regulations, the Indian Child Welfare Act
and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, and general social services
policies and procedures. Must be familiar with resources and services available from
social service agencies (e.g., AHCCCS, ALTCS, SSA, etc.) Possess organizational skills,
ability to function independently, demonstrated oral and written communications skills,
and applied computer literacy. Must be familiar with American Indian culture and
traditions and the local community. Possess a valid state vehicle driver’s license.
Employment is subject to fingerprinting for the purpose of conducting a background review
of possible criminal history in accordance with P.L. 101-630, Indian Child Protection and
Family Violence Prevention Act.


                    For Employment Application visit: http://crit-nsn.gov
                                              or
                        Apply at: CRIT Human Resource Department
                                    26600 Mohave Road
                                   Parker, Arizona 85344

INDIAN PREFERENCE:         The Colorado River Indian Tribes does not discriminate against
employees or applicants based upon race, color, sex or national origin. However, to the
extent permissible under Sections 701(b) and 703(i) of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the
Tribe does apply a hiring preference to enrolled members of federally recognized Indian
tribes.
 CRIT offers: Health and Life Insurance, Paid Holidays, Sick and Annual Leave and Pension Plan.
                                              raiI iesoi;-ce.
                                                 26600 MOHAVE RD.
                                               PAREJER, ARIZONA 85344
                                          R20 (309-L32        (P?)   QMV
                                               EIJred Enas. Chairman




OCTOBER 15, 2010                                                                  #92-10
                              VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

DEPARTMENT:          WORD PROCESSING
POSITION:            RECORDING SECRETARY
SALARY:              $25,194 ANNUALLY
REPORTS TO:          WORD PROCESSING SUPERVISOR
CLOSING DATE:        OPEN UNTIL FILLED

FUNCTION:
There are Standing Committees and sub-committee meetings held each month which
must be recorded and transcribed while determining recommendations to the Tribal
Council on specific areas of activities. The recording secretary takes and transcribes these
committees’ minutes into written form for recommendation or information to the Tribal
Council.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
   1. Types agenda with all items received by the established deadline date for those
      specific committees and sub-committees of assignment.
  2. Prepares FTR recording computer and obtains supplies sufficient to record the
      minutes of the meeting which may last for 6-8 hours.
  3. Takes and Transcribes notes of the meeting and types in correct format for
      presentation and approval at the next regular Committee meeting.
  4. Edit and correct draft minutes as needed.
  5. Provides required copies of committee minutes for distributions to Tribal council
      one week before the next regular council meeting, for action or as information.
  6. Performs other related duties as assigned by Supervisor.

EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE:
      •      High School Diploma or its equivalent required
      •      Associate Degree or vocational secretarial training highly desired
      •      Minimum three years experience in general office duties required
      •      Must be able to work beyond the normal work day when required
      •      Must have knowledge of shorthand or speed writing
 OTHER:
               Superior grammar and writing skills
        •      Professional demeanor and appearance
        a      Professional and courteous interpersona.f skWs
        •      Proficient in Microsoft Office
        a      Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment
        •      Ability to manage time and tasks efficiently
        •      Typing minimum of 65 wpm accurately
        •      Able to maintain strict confidentiality

WORKING ENVIRONMENT:
Office setting with extensive computer and headphone use, mostly sedentary exerting up
to 10 lbs occasionally.




                                         APPLY AT
                         C.R.I.T. HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
                                    26600 MOHAVE ROAD

                                PARKER, ARIZONA 85344
                                          OR
                      FOR APPLICATION VISIT: http://www.crit-nsn.gov




INDIAN PREFERENCE: The Colorado River Indian Tribes does not discriminate against
employees or applicants based upon race, color, sex or national origin. However, to the
extent permissible under Sections 701(b) and 703(i) of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the
Tribe does apply a hiring preference to enrolled members of federally recognized Indian
Tribes.



CRIT Offers: Health and Life Insurance, Paid Holidays, Sick and Annual Leave and Pension
Plan.
                                                             Resotes
                                                    26600 MOl-IAVE RD.
                                                   ARKER. ARIZONA $5344
                                            i2Q)     -1322    F:x (923) 662 6263
                                                   Zidred Eas. Chairman




OCTOBER 15, 2010                                                                   #91-10
                              VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

DEPARTMENT:          ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
POSITION:            WATER QUALITY SPECIALIST
SALARY:              D.O.E. (DEPENDING ON EXPERIENCE)

CLOSING DATE:        OPEN UNTIL FILLED

JOB DESCRIPTION SUMMARY:
Under the Clean Water Act, the incumbent will be under the direct supervision of
                                                                                       the
Environmental Director. Is responsible for the collection of water samples, perform
                                                                                       s a
variety of bacteriological tests according to water quality standard methodologi
                                                                                   es and
interpretive analysis. Addresses point and non-point water quality concerns as it
                                                                                  pertains
to water bodies of the Colorado River Indian Reservation. Must teach a college level
                                                                                     (100
and/or 200 level) Water Ecology course at Arizona Western College that meets
                                                                                    ABOR
criteria.

REQUIREMENTS and QUALIFICATIONS:
      •    Must possess a four-year College or University degree in Water Ecology or
          Water Sciences as it relates to job requirements.
     •    Must have a minimum of 5 years experience with water sampling and
                                                                                 able
          to interpret statistical analysis.
     •    Must be computer proficient and able to operate a variety of water sampli
                                                                                    ng
          apparatus as it relates to job demands and dynamics.
     •    Must conduct water, soil and vegetation sampling in the field along rivers,
          canals, lakes, springs, and wells.
     •    Able to summarize and interpret water quality data and data from laborat
                                                                                   ory
          analysis.
     •    Must be able to operate Global Positioning system (GPS) hardware
                                                                                 and
          software.
 KNOWLEDGE OF:
 Principles, theories, techniques and practices of water uaHty standards, mathematics and
 statistics and aquifer dynamics as it relates to water quality interpretive analysis. Must be
 well versed in the US EPA’s Clean Water Act.

 ABILITY TO:
 Perform routine, professional water analyses using scientific methods and computer
 equipment: format and present data in a logical, understandable manner; operate and
 calibrate field measurement equipment; write clear, concise, complete and comprehensive
 technical and scientific reports; communicate effectively, orally and in writing; make oral
 p         ion s.

NECESSARY SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
Valid Arizona’s driver’s license and the ability to maintain insurability under the Colorado
River Indian Tribes Vehicle Insurance Policy.


                                         APPLY AT
                         C.R.I.T. HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
                                    26600 MOHAVE ROAD

                                PARKER, ARIZONA 85344
                                          OR
                      FOR APPLICATION VISIT: http://www.crit-nsn.gov



INDIAN PREFERENCE: The Colorado River Indian Tribes does not discriminate against
employees or applicants based upon race, color, sex or national origin. However, to
                                                                                          the
extent permissible under Sections 701(b) and 703(i) of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act,
                                                                                          the
Tribe does apply a hiring preference to enrolled members of federally recognized Indian
Tribes.



CRIT Offers: Health and Life Insurance, Paid Holidays, Sick and Annual Leave and
                                                                                 Pension
Plan.
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                                                                 LkIred Enas. Chairman



    OCTOBER 15, 2010                                                                                         #89-10
                                        VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

    DEPARTEMENT:           ALCOHOL and SUBSTANCE ABUSE (ASAP)/ BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
                           SERVICES (BHS)
    POSITION:              CERTIFIED PEER SPECIALIST
    SALARY:                $15.00 / HOUR ($31,200)
    SUPERVISED BY:         ASAP MANAGER / CLINICAL DIRECTOR
    CLOSING DATE:          OPEN UNTIL FILLED

JOB PURPOSE and SUMMARY:
(THE FOLLOWING ARE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE TYPICAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF
                                                                               THE POSITION AND ARE NOT TO BE CONSTRUED
AS ALL INCLUSIVE)
 The Certified Peer Specialist (CPS) will provide behavioral health services that
                                                                                           foster
 supportive peer relationships with and among the persons enrolled in BHS ASAP and
                                                                            /               other
 related programs. The CPS by definition is a person in recovery who will utilize her
                                                                                           or his
 personal recovery experience to instill a sense of hope and optimism for persons in
                                                                                        recovery.
 The CPS will demonstrate a personal belief in recovery, supported emplo
                                                                                    yment best
 practices, a sincere interest in the welfare of persons in recovery and in ASAP
                                                                                          / BHS
 Programs. The CPS will demonstrate the ability to engage and serve consumers,
                                                                                   contribute to
the overall success of the recovery process, and carry out duties with flexibi
                                                                                    lity and an
 individual focus. The CPS will promote and contribute to the development
                                                                                of a culture of
recovery and empowerment within and outside the BHS ASAP programs and
                                                         /                      will uphold the
integrity of program goals. In addition the CPS will complete detailed and
                                                                                 accurate case
notes and other reports to document program measures including but
                                                                                not limited to
Outcomes Measures devised by BHS / ASAP programs. The CPS will conduc
                                                                                t peer support
groups to assist persons enrolled in supported employment to realize their
                                                                            personal goals in
recovery, employment, education, and volunteer opportunities. The CPS will
                                                                              report directly to
the ASAP manager and/or BHS Clinical Director on all matters pertinent to
                                                                                the successful
obtainment of program goals and standards.

MAJOR DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITES:
Directly provide and/or ensure the following:
.        Act as an integral member of the BHS / ASAP Treatment Team
            Share erscna expereces of :ecovry t buid ses                   oe         recce
            supported empioyment process
     •      Assist in the deve!opment of a cufture of recovery and peer support by engaging in and
            supporting peer relationships.
     •     Work with clients served to assist them in the development and implementatio
                                                                                            n of an
           individualized and integrated Service plan.
     •     Engage appropriately with persons enrolled to support them in identifying strengt
                                                                                                 hs,
           existing supports, and community resources.
     •     Support those enrolled in obtaining individualized goals through building
                                                                                                and
           strengthening of linkages with community resources and family members.
     •     Conducted regularly scheduled meetings with clients to determine recovery
                                                                                               goals
           utilizing evidence Based (EBP) best practices. Properly document and fHe case notes
           and other reports in accordance with BHS/ASAP program protocols.
 •         Provide recovery and employment education for persons enrolled, staff, and
                                                                                             family
          members. This will include but is not limited to: Wellness Recovery Action
                                                                                              Plans
          (WRAP) for enrollees, Self-help/mutual peer support groups, training and orienta
                                                                                            tion of
          new enrollees, and training and orientation for staff and Team members.
 •        Work cooperatively with the ASAP/BHS therapists to conduct recovery groups.
 •        As directed by the ASAP/BHS treatment teams, network with Mental Health,
          Substance Abuse, Housing, Mental Health Case Management, Vocational Suppo
                                                                                            rt, and
          other supportive service agencies and organizations to build integrated
                                                                                           support
          systems following best practice models.
 •       As necessary provide transportation and/or assistance with other supportive service
                                                                                                  s
          needed to assist clients in obtaining their goals.
 •        Refer and assist clients in obtaining necessary supportive services and provide
                                                                                              input
         concerning service shortfalls and successes to the treatment teams.
 •       Collect data and report on client follow-up and retention success measures.
 •       Attend meetings, training functions and other official BHS/ASAP functions as
                                                                                         required
•        Safeguard confidential information
•        Comply with Tribal policies
•        Comply with applicable local, state, and federal licensing
•        Project a positive image of the BHS/ASAP programs to the community
•        Work cooperatively with program participants, ASAP/BHS staff and volunt
                                                                                     eers
•        Be able to work independently and as a member of a team
•        Be able to work evenings and weekends
•        Perform other duties as assigned

QUALIFICATIONS:
•     Applicants will be required to complete a BHS/ASAP approv
                                                                       ed training to be a
      Certified Peer Specialist
•    A self indentified current or former user of mental health or co-occ
                                                                         urring services who
     can relate to others who are now using these services.
•    Demonstrate an understanding of the “Recovery” model
•    Have a High School diploma or GED
        ::Cia    CC    a:.CC            CC   CS5    C;SOrCe;C   CC.CgiLC..ee
       co ri’ mu n ity
•      Ability to establish a trusting relationship with peers. including excellent interpersonai
skills
•      Detail oriented with good writing and organizational abilities
•      Ability to network within the community and work with diverse populations
•      Proficiency with computer programs including Microsoft Word and Excel
•      Valid Drivers license




                                         APPLY AT
                          C.R.LT. HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
                                    26600 MOHAVE ROAD

                                PARKER, ARIZONA 85344
                                          OR
                      FOR APPLICATION VISIT: http://www.crit-nsn.gov



INDIAN PREFERENCE: The Colorado River Indian Tribes does not discriminate against
employees or applicants based upon race, color, sex or national origin. However, to the
extent permissible under Sections 701(b) and 703(i) of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the
Tribe does apply a hiring preference to enrolled members of federally recognized Indian
Tribes.



CRIT Offers: Health and Life Insurance, Paid Holidays, Sick and Annual Leave and
                                                                                 Pension
Plan.
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October 11, 2010                                                                                                 #88-10
                                               VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

DEPARTMENT:                  Department of Health Services
POSITION:                    Injury Prevention Coordinator
SALARY:                      $13.25-$15.OO per hour (Depending on Grant Funding)
SUPERVISED BY:               Executive Director
BENEFITS:                    HEALTH and LIFE INSURANCE, PAID HOLIDAYS, SICK LEAVE, ANNUAL LEAVE
                             and 401(k) PLAN
CLOSING DATE:                OPEN UNTIL FILLED
APPLY:                       COLORADO RIVER INDIAN TRIBES
                             HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
                             26600 MOHAVE ROAD
                             PARKER, ARIZONA 85344

DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES:
(The following are illustrations of the typical duties and responsibilities of the incumbent and are not to be construed as all inclusive)

The Injury Prevention Coordinator coordinates and facilitates injury prevention education and
activities for the Colorado River Indian Tribes (CRIT). As part of the Indian Health Service (IHS) Injury
Prevention Cooperative Agreement, he/she will work cIosely with HIS personnel to address the
goals and objectives of the program.
         •         Coordinates injury prevention activities with CRIT, and other federal, state and local
                   agencies and entitles
         •         Coordinates and or/ provides assistance in the planning, implementation, and
                   evaluation of injury surveillance programs and activities for the area.
         •         Writes reports, descriptive studies, and programs plans on injury prevention as
                   required.
         •         Provides evidence-based training and education on injury prevention to community
                   member and other injury prevention partners.
         •         Assists in developing, implementing, disseminating and evaluating injury prevention
                   educational materials and programs
         •         Acts as a liaison between CRIT, IHS and other injury prevention partners
        •      Enhances injury prevention awareness in community through educational and
               promotional campaigns
        •      Works closely with Tribal and HIS Staff to participate in policy development as it
               relates to injury prevention
        •      Interact with other injury prevention partners in the area to identify and facilitate
               opportunities for injury prevention initiatives.
        •      Participates in the identification of current and emerging injury patterns using data
               from the injury
        •      Travels as needed to perform work functions and attend training.

QUALIFICATIONS:
    1. EDUCATION: Associate Degree in health related field. Educational requirements may be
       substituted on a year for year basis with related work experience.
    2. EXPERIENCE: Two years experience coordinating and implementation of community
       projects, previous teaching/ facilitation experience and recent experience in the field of
       injury prevention. Previous completion on Injury Prevention related coursework.
    3. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: The Injury Prevention Coordinator must demonstrate
       the knowledge and skills necessary to develop policies that relate to injury prevention.
        •      Self-starter and demonstrate ability to function independently and as a team player.
        •      Effective interpersonal skills
        •      Ability to prepare and maintain written reports and data records
        •      Possess sound organization skills
        •      Demonstrate oral and written communication skills and applied computer literacy
        •      Must be able to travel and work flexible hours.
        •      Strong oral, verbal and written skills are a must.
        •      Must be able to work with confidential material in accordance with the Federal
               Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
   4. LICENSING / CERTIFICATIONS:
    •   Possess a valid Arizona Driver’s license
    •   Employment is subject to fingerprinting for the purpose of conducting a background review
        of possible criminal history in accordance with P.L. 101-630, Indian Child Protection and F
        Family Violence Prevention Act.
   •    Must have First Aid/CPR or able to obtain within 60 days after employment.

INDIAN PREFERENCE: The Colorado River Indian Tribes does not discriminate against employees or
applicants based upon race, color, sex or national origin. However, to the extent permissible under Sections
701(b) and 703(i) of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the Tribe does apply a hiring preference to enrolled
members of federally recognized Indian tribes.
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                                                                       Eldre’d Eas, Chairman




 October 11, 2010                                                                                                 #87-10
                                                VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

 DEPARTMENT:                  Department of Health Services
 POSITION:                    Injury Prevention Coordinator
SALARY:                       $13.25-$15.OO per hour (Depending on Grant Funding)
SUPERVISED BY:                Executive Director
BENEFITS:                     HEALTH and LIFE INSURANCE, PAID HOLIDAYS, SICK LEAVE, ANNUAL LEAVE
                              and 401(k) PLAN
CLOSING DATE:                 OPEN UNTIL FILLED
APPLY:                       COLORADO RIVER INDIAN TRIBES
                             HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
                             26600 MOHAVE ROAD
                             PARKER, ARIZONA 85344

DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES:
(The following are illustrations of the typical duties and responsibilities of the incumbent
                                                                                             and are not to be construed as all inclusive)
The Injury Prevention Coordinator coordinates and facilitates injury preven
                                                                                    tion education and
activities for the Colorado River Indian Tribes (CRIT). As part of the Indian Health
                                                                                      Service (IHS) Injury
Prevention Cooperative Agreement, he/she will work closely with HIS person
                                                                                     nel to address the
goals and objectives of the program.
         •         Coordinates injury prevention activities with CRIT, and other federal
                                                                                         , state and local
                   agencies and entitles
         •         Coordinates and or/ provides assistance in the planning, implementatio
                                                                                           n, and
                   evaluation of injury surveillance programs and activities for the area.
         •         Writes reports, descriptive studies, and programs plans on injury
                                                                                     prevention as
                   required.
         •        Provides evidence-based training and education on injury
                                                                           prevention to community
                  member and other injury prevention partners.
         •        Assists in developing, implementing, disseminating and
                                                                         evaluating injury prevention
                  educational materials and programs
         •        Acts as a liaison between CRIT, IHS and other injury prevention
                                                                                  partners
         •      Enhances nju.ry preventcn awareness        fl   ocmmLm:y through educatona anc
                promotional campaigns
        a       Works closely with Tribal and HIS Staff to participate in policy development as it
                relates to injury prevention
        •       Interact with other injury prevention partners in the area to identify and facilitate
                opportunities for injury prevention initiatives.
        •      Participates in the identification of current and emerging injury patterns using data
               from the injury
        •      Travels as needed to perform work functions and attend training.

QUALIFICATIONS:
    1. EDUCATION: Associate Degree in health related field. Educational requirements may be
       substituted on a year for year basis with related work experience.
    2. EXPERIENCE: Two years experience coordinating and implementation of community
       projects, previous teaching/ facilitation experience and recent experience in the field of
       injury prevention. Previous completion on Injury Prevention related coursework.
    3. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: The Injury Prevention Coordinator must demonstrate
       the knowledge and skills necessary to develop policies that relate to injury prevention.
        •      SeIfstarter and demonstrate ability to function independently and as a team player.
        •      Effective interpersonal skills
        •      Ability to prepare and maintain written reports and data records
        •      Possess sound organization skills
        •      Demonstrate oral and written communication skills and applied computer literacy
        •      Must be able to travel and work flexible hours.
        •      Strong oral, verbal and written skills are a must.
        •      Must be able to work with confidential material in accordance with the Federal
               Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
    4. LICENSING    / CERTIFICATIONS:
    •   Possess a valid Arizona Driver’s license
    •   Employment is subject to fingerprinting for the purpose of conducting a background review
        of possible criminal history in accordance with P.L. 101-630, Indian Child Protection and F
        Family Violence Prevention Act.
    •   Must have First Aid/CPR or able to obtain within 60 days after employment.

INDIAN PREFERENCE: The Colorado River Indian Tribes does not discriminate against employees or
applicants based upon race, color, sex or national origin. However, to the extent permissible under Sections
701(b) and 703(i) of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the Tribe does apply a hiring preference to enrolled
members of federally recognized Indian tribes.
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                           COLORADO RWER IND1ANS.
                                                                                         RECEiVED
                                             Human Resources
                                                   26600MOHAVERD.                ZOfI1SEP 15 P1 1:26
                                                PARKER, ARIZONA 85344
                                          (928) 669-1320 e Fax (928) 669-5263
                                                 Eldred Enas, Chairman


SEPTEMBER 14, 2010

                                VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT                            #74-10
DEPARTMENT:           LAW & ORDER
POSITION:             DISPATCH ER (2 POSITIONS)
WAGES/SALARY:         $13.46 ($27,996.80-Annually)
CLOSING DATE:         OPEN UNTIL FILLED

 DUTIES:
 Receives, screens, prioritize and transmits routine and emergency telephone and radio
 messages, dispatches required personnel (police, fire, EMT, F&G, etc.) utilizing established
 codes; maintains radio contact with public safety personnel and keeps supervisors and
 officers informed of current situations; maintains a hand written log; utilizes a computer
system by entering and retrieving data related to police calls and contacts; utilizes a
 national crime computer system by entering and relaying data related to police calls and
contacts. The selected candidate will be scheduled to participate in on-the-job training that
will measure job aptitude and mental and physical ability to effectively use sound
judgment in high-pressure emergency situations. Based on the nature of law enforcement
 related information the incumbent must be willing to deal with difficult and sensitive
information involving the general public and not be easily offended by obscene or
unpleasant language during difficult public contact encounters over the phone or in person.
Performs receptionist duties; responds to questions from walk-in and telephone traffic.
Performs various clerical duties including completing the maintenance calls from the
public regarding water, sewer, natural gas, streets or other service problems and
immediately relay to individual(s) designated to handle the problem. 12 hour shift work
required and/or being called in to work to cover a shift without prior notice. Also required
to work some weekends and holidays.

QULIFICATIONS:
Knowledge of telephone and related equipment. Ability to interact and communicate with
people over the telephone, often in stressful situations. Skill in the use of computer for
technical and communication applications.         Ability to answer telephone and take
messages. Knowledge of fire and burglar alarm systems reporting. Word processing
and/or data entry skills. Knowledge of radio dispatch regulations, procedures, protocols,
and/or equipment. Clerical, word processing, and/or office skills. Receptionist skills.
Records maintenance skills. Ability to multi task. High school diploma or GED. Must be
able to attend job related training out of town as scheduled. Must possess a telephone
and reliable transportation. Must possess a valid driver’s license, must be at least 21 years
old.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Speaking clearly and concisely, reaching for telephones and radio access, sitting, typing,
and listening to radios and telephone. Primary duties are performed while sitting for
prolonged and extended periods of time with occasional or intermittent standing during a
12 hour shift; must be able to safely reach, twist, bend and to access supplies, records and
reports; safely lift files (approximately 25 pounds) and remove from counter tops or file
drawers; the operation of a personal computer requires finger dexterity and the ability to
withstand exposure to vibration, pitch, and glare from the computer screen. Work is
performed in an indoor office, environment with a controlled climate. You must submit a
completed typing certificate verifying a corrected tying speed of net 30 wpm taken within
the last six months to the CRIT Human Resources Department along with employment
application. Based on the information on the application, those deemed most qualified
will be invited to participate in a selection testing which will include a written test and an
oral interview. Selection testing will be scheduled on an as needed basis as qualified
applicants apply. As positions become available, an offer of employment is contingent
upon a candidate’s completion of a thorough background with acceptable results (personal
history statement, fingerprinting, drug screening & polygraph) prior to placement in the
position, a prospective employee shall complete a medical examination to assess ability to
perform the essential duties and responsibilities of the position.

                    For Employment Application visit: http://crit-nsn.gov
                                            Or
                       Apply at: CRIT Human Resource Department
                                   26600 Mohave Road
                                  Parker, Arizona 85344

UNDER THE TITLE VII OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT SECTION 701(b) AND 703 (I) EXPLICITLY
EXEMPTS FROM COVERAGE THE PREFERENTIAL EMPLOYMENT OF INDIAN BY INDIAN
TRIBES. THEREFORE, CRIT ACKNOWLEDGES AND EXTENDS PREFERENTIAL TREATMENT
TO THE ENROLLED MEMEBERS WHO QUALIFY TOWARD ALL EMPLOYMENT
OPPORTUNITIES OTHERWISE, C.R.LT. DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE AGAINST EMPLOYEES OR
APPLICANTS BASED ON RACE, COLOR, SEX, RELIGION, OR NATIONAL ORIGIN.

   THE COLORADO RIVER INDIAN TRIBES OFFERS HEALTH and LIFE INSURANCE, PAID
   HOLIDAYS, SICK LEAVE, ANNUAL LEAVE and 401K PENSION PLAN. PRE-EMPLOYMENT
                            DRUG SCREENING REQUIRED
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                           COLORADO RiVER INDIAN                                                C’ENE4L
                                                                                   RECIVD
                                              Human Resources
                                                26600 MOHAVE RD.              2O!SEP 15 PM 1:26
                                              PARKER, ARIZONA 85344
                                        (928) 669-1320 • Fax (928) 669-5263
                                               Eldred Enas, Chairman


September 13, 2010                                                                #22-10
                             VACANCY RE ANNOUNCEMENT
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DEPARTM ENT:        C.R.LT. EDUCATION
RESPONSIBLE TO:     CRIT EDUCATION DIRECTOR
POSITION:           EDUCATION COUNSELOR
SALARY:             NEGOTIABLE COMMENSURATE WITH EXPERIENCE PER 10-MONTH
                    CONTRACT
CONTRACT PERIOD: 10 MONTHS
CLOSING DATE:       OPEN UNTIL FILLED

GENERAL:
Work with students whose ability to function in the school environment has been affected
by issues such as truancy, poor attendance, substance abuse, and/or behavior problems.

SPECIFIC:
•     Deal with individual student’s problems in a constructive, supportive, non-
      judgmental manner.
•     Obtain/use knowledge about student to facilitate the student’s participation and
      success in educational opportunities.
•     Provide follow-up services after student returns to school.
•     Familiar with available community services and opportunities.
•     Assist in identifying the best available resources to help the student become
      successful in school
•     Providing assessment and intervention services including short term individual
                                                                                     and
      group counseling.
•     Providing social casework and attendance outreach by linking parents, school,
      personnel, and social services agencies.
•     Assessing students at risk and referring them to the adequate resources.
•     Perform other related duties assigned by Education Director.

QUALIFICATIONS:
•     Master’s degree in Educational Counseling
•     Arizona Certification in Educational Guidance Counseling.
•     Experience working with culturally/ethnically diverse populations and
                                                                            at risk
     students
 •      Experience/knowledge of case management, including work with families dealing
        with substance abuse issues.
•       Experience working with and accessing various individuals, social service agencies,
        and community agencies for services.
•       Experience conducting concise and meaningful assessments, formulating action
        plans, writing progress reports and summaries, and communicating with students
        and individuals needed to assist.




                                             APPLY AT:
                             C.R.I.T. HUMAN RESOURCE DEPARTMENT
                                       26600 MOHAVE ROAD
                                      PARKER, ARIZONA 85344
                                                OR
                         FOR APPLICATION VISIT: http://www.crit-nsn.gov
Under the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act Sections 701(b) and 703(i) explicitly exempts from
coverage the preferential employment of Indian-by-Indian Tribes. Therefore, CRIT acknowledges
and extends preferential treatment to enrolled CRIT members who qualify toward all employees or
applicants based on race, color, sec, religion or national origin. Pre-employment drug screening
enforced.

CRIT offers: Health and Life Insurance, Paid Holidays, Sick and Annual Leave and Pension Plan.
                           COLORADO RWER INDIAN TRIBES
                                              Human Resources
                                                 26600 MOHAVE RD.
                                                PARKER, ARIZONA 85344
                                          (928) 669-1320 • Fax (928) 669-5263
                                                 Eldrecl Enas, Chairman




August 26, 2010                                                                    #70-10
                              VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

DEPARTMENT:          CRIT FISH & GAME
POSITION:            GAME WARDEN (2 POSITIONS)
SALARY:              $13.22 ($27,500) D.o.E.
CLOSING DATE:        OPEN UNTIL FILLED

DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES:
(DUTIES and REQUIREMENTS SHALL INCLUDE BUT NOT BE LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING)

Game Wardens shall enforce the Natural Resources Code Article 1; Fish and Game        -  Law
                                                                                          -



Oder Code Article VIII: Control of livestock movement and branding on the Colorado River
Indian Reservation- Health and Safety code Article 7: Rabies Control arid other Directives of
the Tribal Council.
Execute warrants issued for violations of the mentioned articles in section:
       (A) Search without a warrant any boat-vehicle-box-game box-or other packages
           when there is probable cause to believe that wildlife or parts thereof are
           possessed in violation of law.
Inspect all wildlife taken or transported and size all wildlife taken or possessed or showing
evidence of having been taken in violation of any provision of The Natural Resource Code.
Seize firearms-devices and equipment used in taking wildlife or intended to e so used in
violation of any provision of the Natural Resource Code.
Will conduct routine patrols of the reservation boundaries and conduct routine fishing &
hunting permit checks including bag limits. Conduct creel census-perform chemical tests
on reservation waters. Assist fish and wildlife managers with projects on the reservation.
REQUIREMENTS:
•     Perform any other duties so determined by the Chief Game Warden or his designee.
•     Must be familiar with Federal/State fishing and game laws.
•     Warden will be on call 24 hours a day
•     Must have an on-line telephone in the place of residence and or a working cell
      phone.
•     Must have a valid driver’s license and be insurable.
 •     Must submit to a thorough back ground investigation conducted by the Department
       or any other agency designated by the Department.
 •     Must pass a medical physical examination and physical agility test.
 •     Must provide a high school diploma or equivalent.
 •     Must take and pass the basic Police course and any other training related to this
       job.
 •     Failure to pass the basic Police course will be cause for reassignment to any other
       vacant position within the Department along with a salary adjustment to that level.
       In the event there is no vacancy the Officer will be dismissed.
•      Must pass a driving proficiency test (pickup truck).
•      Must be able to work in adverse weather conditions.
•      Must be able to work in hazardous conditions.
•      Will be required to work holidays and weekends.


Game Wardens must conduct his or herself at all times in a proper and ethical manner at
all times while on duty or off duty. The Department holds is employees to higher standards
of conduct. This applies to all positions.


                         SUBMIT COMPLETED APPLICATION TO:
                       C.R.LT. HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
                                 26600 MOHAVE ROAD
                                PARKER, ARIZONA 85344
                                          or
                    FOR APPLI CATION VISIT: http//www.crit@nsn .gov


UNDER THE TITLE VII OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT SECTION 701(b) AND 703(i) EXPLICITLY EXEMPTS
FROM COVERAGE THE PREFERENTIAL EMPLOYMENT OF INDIANS BY INDIAN TRIBES. THEREFORE,
CRIT ACKNOWLEDGES AND EXTENDS PREFERENTIAL TREATMENT TO CRIT MEMBERS WHO
QUALIFY TOWARD ALL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES; OTHERWISE, CRIT DOES NOT
DISCRIMINATE AGAINST EMPLOYEES OR APPLICANTS BASED ON RACE, COLOR, SEX, RELIGION OR
NATIONAL ORIGIN.

CRIT Offers: Health and Life Insurance, Paid Holidays, Sick and Annual Leave and Pension
Plan. Pre-employment drug screening required.
                               COLORADO RIVER INDIAN TBIBES
                                                  Human Resources
                                                      26 iufi:1 RD.
                                                    PARKER, ARIZONA $5344
                                                         I   r.
                                                     Ekired Enas, Chairman



August 03, 2010                                                                           #67-10
                                  VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

DEPARTMENT:            CRIT AIR
POSITION:              AIRPORT MAI NTENANCE TECHNICIAN
WAGE:                  $9.25/HOUR        FULL TIME   -   PERMANENT
CLOSING DATE:          OPEN UNTIL FILLED


CRIT Air, an enterprise of the Colorado River Indian Tribes, is looking for an energetic,
dedicated, self-starter to join our team with the goal of developing the Avi Suquilla Airport
into a first class gateway to the community.

DUTIES:
Basic airport facilities maintenance (to include repair and maintenance of navigation aids);
vehicle maintenance; aircraft refueling and quality control and operational inspections of
the airfield, fuel, facilities and airport equipment in accordance with Federal Aviation
Administration standards. The ideal applicant will have a High School diploma or GED,
possess a valid Arizona driver’s license, basic skills operating light construction equipment
and experience in carpentry, plumbing, electrical, concrete, landscaping and janitorial,
vehicle maintenance, and able to climb lighting and navaid towers with heights in excess
of 50 feet. Must be computer literate and able to operate a ten-key adding machine,
electronic calculator, copier, fax, typewriter and credit card machines. Must be able to lift
weight in excess of 50 pounds and have experience operating 2-way radios. A combination
of education, training or experience will serve to meet the minimum experience
requirements.

                                             APPLY At:
                            C.R.I.T. HUMAN RESOURCE DEPARTMENT
                                       26600 MOHAVE ROAD
                                     PARKER, ARIZONA 85344
                                               OR
                         FOR APPLICATION VISIT: http:Ilwww.crit-nsn.gov

Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act Sections 701(b) and 703 (i) explicitly exempts from coverage
the preferential employment of Indian-by-Indian Tribes. Therefore, CRIT acknowledges and extends
preferential treatment to enrolled CRIT members who qualify toward all employees or applicants
based on race, color, sex, religion or national origin. Pre-employment drug screening enforced.

CRIT Offers: Health and Life Insurance, Paid Holidays, Sick and Annual Leave and Pension Plan.
                            COLORADO RiVER INDIAN TRIBES
                                   Human Resources
                                                   26600 MOHAVE RD.
                                                 PARKER, ARIZONA 85344
                                           (928) 669-1320 • Fax (928) 669-5263
                                                  Eldred Enas, Chairman




April 19,2010                                                                        #41-10
                             VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT


DEPARTMENT:          C.R.IT. FISH & GAME
POSITION:            WILDLIFE MANAGER
SALARY:              $15.OO/ HOUR

DUTIES and REQUIREMENTS:
DUTIES AND REQUIREMENTS SHALL INCLUDE BUT NOT BE LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING:

   A. Develop new and oversee current management projects to include habitat and
       wetland restoration. Make recommendations to the Chief Game Warden hunting—



       seasons, bag limits, areas to be closed, and make wildlife populations estimates.
   B. Seek outside funding to support current and future projects.
   C. Produce written reports detailing progress of various projects, the outcome of
       studies conducted, the resultant management implications and submit a monthly
      written activity report to the Chief Game Warden.
   D. Develop working relationship with others tribal departments as well as with various
       government organizations and universities.
   E. Will assist in the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service managers with projects on the
       reservation.
  F. Will perform any other duties as determined by the Chief Game Warden or his
      designee.
  G. Wildlife managers will be under the direct supervision of the Chief Game Warden or
      his designee.
  H. Must have an on-line telephone in the place of residence.
  I. Must take & pass a urine drug test upon application.
  J. Failure to take the drug test upon application will be considered a refusal in which
      the application will not be accepted. The test will be conducted by the C.R.1.T.
      Human Resources Department.
  K. Must have a valid driver’s license and be insurable.
  L. Must be able to work in adverse weather conditions.
  M. May be required to work some holidays and weekends.
  N. Must have B.S. or B.S.F. in wildlife management, wildlife biology, or related field;
      good computer skills (able to work with word processing and spreadsheet
      programs); excellent written and verbal communication skills; knowledge of
      statistics and their application;
  0. Must be able to work with minimal supervision; be creative and flexible.
OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES:

   1. The Wildlife manager must conduct his or herself at all times in a proper and ethical
      manner at all times while on duty or off duty.
   2. The Department holds its employees to higher standards of conduct. This applies to
      all positions.


                           SUBMIT COMPLETED APPLICATION TO:
                         C.R.I.T. HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
                                    26600 MOHAVE ROAD
                                   PARKER, ARIZONA 85344
                                             or
                      FOR APPLICATION VISIT: http//www.crit@nsn.gov

UNDER THE TITLE VII OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT SECTION 701(b) AND 703(i) EXPLICITLY EXEMPTS
FROM COVERAGE THE PREFERENTIAL EMPLOYMENT OF INDIANS BY INDIAN TRIBES. THEREFORE,
CRIT ACKNOWLEDGES AND EXTENDS PREFERENTIAL TREATMENT TO CRIT MEMBERS WHO
QUALIFY TOWARD ALL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES; OTHERWISE, CRIT DOES NOT
DISCRIMINATE AGAINST EMPLOYEES OR APPLICANTS BASED ON RACE, COLOR, SEX, RELIGION OR
NATIONAL ORIGIN.

CRIT OFFERS: Health and Life Insurance, Paid Holidays, Sick and Annual Leave and Pension
Plan. Pre-Employment Drug Screening.
                               COLORADO RiVER INDIAN TRIBES
                                                 Human Resources
                                                     26600 MO HAVE RD.
                                                   PARKER, ARIZONA 85344
                                             (928) 669-1320 • Fax (928) 669-5263
                                                    Eldred Enas, Chairman



May 19, 2010                                                                            #49-10
                                 VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

DEPARTMENT:          C.R.I.T. TRIBAL COURT
POSITION:            PROCESS SERVER / BAILIFF
SALARY:              $9.93/HOUR ($20,654.00 ANNUALLY)
CLOSING DATE:        OPEN UNTIL FILLED

GENERAL SUMMARY:
Under the direct supervision of the Court Administrator.

EXAMPLES OF WORK:
Personally serves summons, orders, subpoenas and court documents to parties in accordance to
court procedures and timeframes. Prepares Courtroom for sessions, maintains order in court
proceedings when required. Screens courtroom participants for weapons or in an intoxicated
condition, subdue unruly court participants.    Present at all Jury trials and Court of Appeal
hearings, takes custody of jurors during deliberations, provides notepads and pencils to jurors
and destroys all notes taken by jurors when hearing is adjourned. Retrieve and delivers mail to
and from CRIT mail room and Post Office, delivers court documents to various departments as
requested. Signs for and deliver checks issued to or requested by the court. Secure the Court
Building before lunch and at the end of the workday. Provide janitorial services in common
areas such as lobby, courtrooms, and Judges when requested. Picks up supplies and other
duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, REQUIREMENTS and ABILITIES:
Have knowledge of Reservation boundaries, developments, street names and whereabouts of
people living thereon. Required to work in a variety of weather and environmental conditions
with exposure to the elements, dust, extreme hot and cold temperatures. Uniforms are
mandatory and must be worn during work hours. Must be able to handle the physical
requirements of the position such as exiting and entering assigned vehicle. Conduct themselves
in a professional manner in the performance of their duties at all times. Maintain and keep
assigned vehicle clean and free of debris, maintain mileage logs, and adhere to vehicle use
policies. Must have the skill and ability to deal with angry or hostile individuals. Required to
maintain confidentiality of court, documents, cases, parties, etc. Adhere to Judicial Personnel
Code of ethics. Ability to follow directives and work independently.

MINUMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
High School graduate or G.E.D., Must be 21 years of age. Possess a current and valid Arizona
Driver’s License with a good driving record, in good physical health to perform all the
requirements of the position.

                    For Employment Application visit: http://www.crit-nsn.gov
                                               or
                        APPLY AT C.R.I.T. HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
                                       26600 MOHAVE ROAD
                                    PARKER, ARIZONA 85344

Under the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act Sections 701(b) and 703(i) explicitly exempts from
coverage the preferential employment of Indian by Indian Tribes. Therefore, CRIT acknowledges
and extends preferential treatment to enrolled CRIT members who qualify toward all employees
or applicants based on race, color, sex, religion or national origin. Pre-employment drug
screening required.

    CRIT offers: Health arid Life Insurance, Paid Holidays, Sick and Annual Leave and Pension Plan.
                              COLORADO RIVER INDIAN TRIBES
                                               Human Resources
                                                    26600 MOHAVE RD.
                                                  PARKER, ARIZONA 85344
                                            (928) 669-1320 • Fax (928) 669-5263
                                                   Eldrecl Enas, Chairman



    May 19, 2010                                                                     #03-2010
                              VACANCY RE-ANNOUNCEMENT
    DEPARTMENT:        JUDICIAL
    POSITION:          COURT CLERK
    SALARY:            $20,530
    CLOSING DATE:      OPEN UNTIL FILLED

SUMMARY:
Performs a variety of complex court clerk and clerical tasks involved in processing and
maintaining records of all court proceedings in civil, criminal, Juvenile, and traffic cases.
Provides information and assistance to law enforcement officer, attorneys, defendants,
and court patrons. Provides general clerical assistance to the Judges and administrative
staff. Court Clerks will be required to perform work in the following areas of the court: civil,
criminal, traffic, and/or other areas as assigned and in accordance tot the Laws and Codes
of the Colorado River Indian Tribes.

PRINCIPLE DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES:
          CIVIL
•         Opens, process and closes general civil, small claims and summary proceedings
         cases.
•        Records and processes complaints and pleadings, distributes and files civil
         documents, enters case information into the computer, coordinates service of
         process, prepares legal documents, and enters defaults, orders and judgments.
•        Receives, receipts and records fees and other monies. Notifies appropriate staff to
         issue refunds or distribute monies in accordance with court orders and procedures.
•        Operates a computer terminal to enter, update, correct and access case
         information; and to produce computer generated forms.
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•        Documents all case activity and other pertinent case information on court
         documents and in the computer; maintains case histories on each case.
•        Provides information to attorneys, law enforcement officers, plaintiffs and
         defendants, court patrons and agencies about court policies and procedures, case
         status, scheduling of court proceedings and civil proceedings in general.
•        Schedules court proceedings and issues proper notices to the appropriate parties.

         CRIMINAL
•        Receives criminal and Juvenile complaints and related documents, opens case files,
         enters case information into the computer and files case documents.
•        Receives, receipts and records bonds, fines, costs, and other payments.
•
 Operates a computer terminal to enter, update correct and access case information; and
       produce computer generated forms.
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 •     Ensures that case files are ready and available for scheduled court proceedings.
       Checks in defendants, attorneys and others.
 •     Documents case activity and other pertinent case information on court documents
       and in the computer, maintains case history on each case.
 •     Distributes and recalls search and arrest warrant as authorized.
 •     Provides information to attorneys, law enforcement officers, defendants, court
       patrons and agencies about court policies and procedures, case status, scheduling
       of court proceedings and criminal proceeding in general.
 •     Prepares and distributes jail commitments and other legal documents

 TRAFFIC / FISH & GAME
 •     Receives, records and codes citations from law enforcement agencies, prepares
       case file and enters case information into the computer. Closes cases following
       dispositions.
 •     Receives, receipts and records fines, cost, bonds and other monies. Notifies
       appropriate staff to refund, forfeit and/or apply bond money to pay fines, costs and
       other assessments.
 •     Operates a computer to enter, update, correct and access case information; and to
       produce computer generated forms and reports.
 •     Provides information to attorneys, law enforcement officers, defendant, court
       patrons and agencies about court policies and procedures, case status, scheduling
       of court proceedings and criminal proceeding in general.
 •     Schedules civil infraction informal hearings and issues notification to the
       appropriate parties.
 •     Monitors case files and initiates enforcement action on overdue citations. Prepares
       and issues default judgments, bond forfeiture notices.

REQUIRED SKILLS, ABILITIES, and KNOWLEDGE
•    Working familiarity with the operation and applications of Computers, Data
      programs
•    Ability to plan, organize and calendar administrative and court cases, activities,
     staffing, etc.
•    Ability to effectively communicate both orally and in written form.
•    Possesses an understanding of legal terminology and thorough knowledge of
     courtroom procedures.
•    Bachelor’s degree in Business or Public Administration or a closely related field and
     two (2) years of court related experience or any combination of education training
     and experience which demonstrates the ability to perform the duties of the position.

                                               APPLY AT
                               C.R.I.T. HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
                                          26600 MOHAVE ROAD
                                        PARKER, ARIZONA 85344
                                                  OR
                             FOR APPLICATION VISIT: http//www.crit-nsn.ov

Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act Sections 701(b) and 703 (i) explicitly exempts from coverage the
preferential employment of Indian-by-Indian Tribes. Therefore, CRIT acknowledges and extends preferential
treatment to enrolled CRIT members who qualify toward all employees or applicants based on race, color,
sex, religion or national origin. Pre-employment drug screening enforced.

CRIT Offers: Health and Life Insurance, Paid Holidays, Sick and Annual Leave and Pension Plan.

				
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