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Manage employee relations programs and systems that ensure fair and consistent treatment of
all employees in order to attract and retain a productive workforce.
PRINCIPAL ACTIVITIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
Work closely with managers to ensure each develops a positive work-place culture
committed to employee development and retention through best practices of coaching and
motivation, and to ensure the success of their department and the organization they serve.
Meet with all managers on a routine basis to evaluate their style of leadership and to coach
as needed to help them succeed.
Assist managers with Employee Improvement Plans to ensure the intent of their plan is
specific, straightforward, and holds the employee accountable, offers consequences if
behavior or performance does not improve.
Communicate with managers those issues that are affecting their department and assist in
timely resolution of such issues.
Direct Human Resource Associate with training expectations to ensure the workplace
culture is preserved.
Consult with managers prior to all involuntary termination recommendations to ensure
Foster and maintain positive relationships with management for all tribal entities.
Assess the morale of the all Tribal entities and report issues of employee dissatisfaction and
favorable items as well as potentially unlawful or discriminatory acts to the Director. May
meet with employee to mediate.
Conduct confidential investigations of reports of workplace wrongdoing.
Ensure all Tribal Employment and Department of Labor laws are applied
Perform work suitability adjudication when necessary.
Ensure managers comply with the comprehensive merit evaluation program for employees.
Assist the enterprise in editing the current performance evaluation process.
Coordinate and facilitate employee recognition, incentive and morale-building activities.
Comply, maintain and edit HR policy/procedure guidelines.
Monitor and revise each company’s handbooks as needed to ensure accuracy and
Oversee the mandatory EAP program to ensure effective use of this resource.
When required conduct exit interviews with employees who voluntarily quit, assess the
usefulness of the information, and relay it to the appropriate director.
Job Title: Human Resources Manager
Job Code: 10402
Department: Human Resources
Reports to: Director of Human Resources
Starting Salary: DOE
Salary Grade: 14s
Human Resources Manager
Open Until Filled
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Answer requests for information on policy interpretation.
Conduct periodic audits of departmental satellite files to ensure completeness and accuracy.
Administer unemployment claims and related appeals as well as employment verifications to
ensure accuracy and compliance.
Oversee the maintenance of all active employee files, and ensure all terminated files are
purged in accordance with law.
Foster a sense of teamwork and collaboration within the department by demonstrating
respect for others’ judgment and capabilities; give praise/recognition to those who earn it.
Assist in the coordination of “All Staff Meetings.”
Provide primary backup to the Tribal Benefits Specialist.
Administer random and reasonable suspicion drug testing as needed for each entity.
Assist the Director in all areas as needed.
Maintain appearance standards and good attendance record as outlined in departmental
Other duties as directed by management.
LEVEL OF AUTHORITY & RESTRICTIONS
Supervise Human Resource Department staff.
Interact with Tribal Attorney as needed.
PHYSICAL & MENTAL DEMANDS
Must be willing to travel out of town as needed.
Must be able to work in a high stress atmosphere.
Must be able to work in a fast paced environment where teamwork is essential.
WORKING CONDITIONS & ENVIRONMENT
Must be able to work in a smoke-filled environment.
Must be able to work all shifts, weekends, holidays & special events as needed.
Moderate noise level with frequent interruptions and distractions.
MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS
Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resource Management; Organizational Behavior or Develop-
ment; Business; Public Administration; or other job related course of study; and two years’
of Human Resource discipline professional-level experience, related to the position, OR
Valid Certification as a Professional in Human Resource by a Human Resource
Certification Institute, and three years’ Human Resource discipline professional-level
experience related to the position, OR
Ten years’ Human Resource discipline professional-level experience, related to the
Three years’ supervisory and managerial experience with a staff of 3 or more full time
Government experience will be preferred.
Read, write & speak English fluently.
Working knowledge of word processing software, including excel and graphics programs.
Evidence of practice of a high level of confidentiality.
Ability to deal with diversified work force.
Must obtain and maintain proper certification to administer Pre-Employment and Random
Must have valid driver’s license, adequate transportation, and eligibility to operate GSA
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This position is subject to pre-employment drug testing. Must maintain level of conduct
suitable for background requirements.
This is a covered position which requires background check including fingerprinting.
Must have employment eligibility in the U.S.
Indian preference will be observed in the hiring process.
40 hours per week.
Generally Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm with possible occasional evening and
Department of Human Resources
5647 Hwy 126
Florence, Oregon 97439
Apply online @ www.ctclusi.org
Open until filled
At AIANTA, we understand the value of starting from the source—tribes in tourism—to develop a sustainable hospitality industry and to foster growth. We work hard to provide educational resources, training and technical assistance to our members, partners and friends.
AIANTA is proud to offer the Hospitality and Tourism Scholarship, established to provide American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian students with financial assistance towards a degree or certificate in hospitality, tourism, recreation, culinary arts or related fields. Each year, AIANTA awards three individuals who have met all scholarship application criteria.
AIANTA would like to encourage Indigenous students to build their careers in the tourism industry while sustaining and strengthening their cultural legacy.
$1,000 per academic year (fall/spring semester only), $500 per semester
July 27, 2019, for the Fall 2019 semester
December 7, 2019, for the Spring 2020 semester.
Checks are made payable to the college/university and distributed/mailed to the financial aid/cashiers department of the institution the student attends.
Education Northwest has had the honor of working with many Native educators, students, families, and community members throughout our 51-year history. These partnerships reflect a core value of our organization—the desire to address inequities within our education system and to ensure that all children and youth have the opportunity to reach their full potential. We believe that healthy Native communities are essential to the health and well-being of our region, and we remain committed to this effort.
The Steven R. Nelson Native Educator Scholarship Program is part of this commitment. This scholarship program strives to increase Native representation in the field of education by providing financial support, mentoring, and internships for Native students in the Northwest who are pursuing a master’s degree in education policy, leadership, technical assistance, research, or a closely related field. We view this program as an opportunity to create long-term partnerships that will improve our ability to meet the needs of Native communities.
Our former colleague, Steve Nelson, dedicated his career to working with tribes, communities, and schools to improve American Indian students’ success in academics and in life. This program honors his work by providing selected students with as many as three years of annually renewable scholarships. Awardees will receive a maximum of $5,000 each year, and we will award as many as five scholarships per year—one for a resident of each state in our primary service region of Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington.
Individuals need to:
Applications for the Steven R. Nelson Native Educator Scholarship can be submitted annually from November 30 to March 31. No applications will be considered after the March 31 deadline.
Recipients will be notified of conditional awards no later than June 30, for study beginning the following fall term. Final awards will be made directly to the institution of higher education once an awardee has provided proof of acceptance and/or registration in an institution that meets the scholarship program requirements.
The scholarship program will be administered at the sole discretion of Education Northwest. Award funds will be deposited in the financial aid office of the institution attended by the recipient.
Education Northwest reserves the right to change or discontinue the Steven R. Nelson Native Educator Scholarship Program at any time and without notice.
To maintain eligibility, a scholarship recipient must meet the following standards:
Thank you for your interest in the Steven R. Nelson Scholarship Program! If you have any questions or would like additional information, we encourage you to reach out to us at:
Nelson Scholarship Administrator
c/o Human Resources, Education Northwest
101 SW Main Street, Suite 500
Portland, OR 97204
Since 1973 The Oregon Community Foundation (OCF) has pursued a mission to improve lives for all Oregonians through the power of philanthropy. We work with individuals, families, businesses and organizations to create charitable funds that support the community causes they care about. These funds support the critical work that nonprofits are doing across Oregon. We have 89 staff and headquarters in Portland, with regional offices in Bend, Eugene, Salem, and Medford, Oregon.
We have an opening for a full-time Community Engagement Coordinator for GO Kids to work with community volunteers and steering committees supporting GO Kids, an arts and education project of OCF. GO Kids is a new volunteer-powered project at OCF that will engage community volunteers in identifying and strengthening local efforts to close the opportunity gap for Oregon’s kids of color, low-income and rural kids. This position reports to the Vice President of Grants and Programs. This position is funded for three years and may be based in Portland, Bend, or Eugene, depending on the candidate. Some travel is required to other parts of the state.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
GO Kids Volunteer Coordination
Serve as a liaison for GO Kids steering committees and advocates, in collaboration with Community Engagement Officer and Community 101 & Community Engagement Coordinator
Write, coordinate and maintain regular communication with OCF volunteers and community members in person, by phone and email, and via online tools and OCF’s website
Co-design and coordinate steering committee meetings, including communications, meeting materials, action items for follow-up and meeting notes
Develop and update reference/tool kits for GO Kids volunteers
Develop and facilitate training sessions in effective community engagement, the opportunity gap, using an equity lens for decision-making
Interview and screen prospective volunteers; give volunteer orientation to OCF
Document volunteer engagement for retention and reporting
Support Community Engagement Officer in recruitment, communication with and support for participating volunteers
Write, coordinate, and maintain GO Kids project updates for the public, potential donors and partners, in collaboration with OCF communications staff
Adhere to OCF brand and communication standards
Support reporting to illustrate and monitor community engagement program activities
Update volunteer publications as required to reflect current OCF program policies and procedures
Build and develop partnerships with funders and potential grant applicants, in collaboration with OCF donor relations, development and grants & programs staff
Make presentations at meetings and community events
Assist with outreach events
Respond to inquiries and information requests
Develop knowledge and expertise about organizations, people and issues to help carry out OCF GO Kids priorities, with a focus on low-income families, children of color and rural children.
Conduct fact finding and research related to local efforts to close the opportunity gap; facilitate volunteer participation in research in collaboration with research staff
Candidates are required to have the following:
Four years’ experience in non-profit organization, to include experience in fundraising, grantmaking or education.
Two years’ volunteer management and project management experience.
Experience, skills, and passion for furthering equity, diversity and inclusion; relationship focused
Strong communicator verbally and in writing,
Ability to relate well with nonprofit and local government leaders, philanthropies, advocates and community members in general in groups or individually; commitment to collaboration,
Bachelor’s degree in education or relevant field. In lieu of a degree, equivalent combination of education and/or experience.
Strong organization and time management skills. Able to prioritize work with competing deadlines.
Adept at use of Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Power Point; facile internet user; experience working with a database and generating reports.
Possess cultural agility skills necessary to work effectively with diverse people, teams and communities,
Possess good problem solving and analysis skills, able to synthesize information gathered from several sources,
Comfortable with ambiguity, complexity and independence.
Valid state-issued driver’s license; able to travel extensively in Oregon for several days at a time.
Compensation and Benefits:
The salary for this position starts at $49,500, depending on experience. OCF offers an excellent benefit package with generous paid time off, choice of medical and dental plans, vision, outstanding 401k retirement plan, cell phone stipend, commuter and healthcare savings accounts, employer paid disability and life. Our employees have access to an Employee Assistance Plan, paid volunteer leave, professional development opportunities, and a 35-hour work week.
The Oregon Community Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to equity, diversity and inclusion. We strive to build a diverse workforce to promote effective work in partnership with all communities and population groups in Oregon. We welcome a diverse pool of qualified applicants.
We are accepting resumes until December 18th. To apply, provide a cover letter addressing how you meet the requirements of this position and include your resume. Go to https://www.oregoncf.org/explore-ocf/careers to get started and learn more about us and to apply for this new position
Complete details: https://www.oregoncf.org/explore-ocf/careers
Oregon Native American Chamber
4445 SW Barbur Blvd, STE. 102
Portland, OR 97239