Interested parties are encouraged to submit applications and paperwork via email to [email protected], whenever possible.

Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe

Summary of Job Openings

Leech Lake Band Member preference, MCT, and other Native American Indian preference apply.

Please submit Cover Letter, Resume, Credentials, 3 Letters of Reference, and Transcripts for positions requiring any Degree above High School Diploma or General Education Diploma

Interested parties may come into the Human Resources office to fill out an application or they can download an application from our website at www.llojibwe.org and may drop off or mail documents to:

Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe HR
190 Sailstar Dr NW
Cass Lake, MN 56633

Fax documents to: 1-218-335-3697

LLBO Policy: HR must receive your application and/or documents before or no later than 4:30 p.m. on the date the position is scheduled to close to be considered for a position.

Call 218-335-3698 or toll free 1-800-631-5528 for more information.

All positions require a LLBO application

Applications are accepted only for positions posted and assigned a job code.
COPY OF DRIVERS LICENSE IS REQUIRED FOR POSITIONS REQUIRING A MVR.
Applications will be void if application is not signed or required forms are not submitted by closing date.
Re-advertised positions will require a newly submitted application with required forms.

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Updated: February 20, 2024


THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS CLOSE ON MARCH 1st, 2024


Shelter Security Guard (Part time) ~ Administration ~ $16.75/hr ~ Job Code:  24-038

BCA REQUIRED

Summary: To provide a safe and secure environment for patients, visitors and employees.

Education/Experience: High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (G.E.D) required.

Duties/Responsibilities: Handle hostile and/or friendly persons. Patrolling opening doors, checking alarms, escorts and any unusual activity regarding security. Performs grounds care, including but not limited to, sweeping walks and using salt melt as needed.

 

Shelter Technician (Part time) ~ Administration ~ $16.75/hr ~ Job Code:  24-039

BCA REQUIRED

Summary: Supervises residents during your scheduled shift.

Education/Experience: High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (G.E.D) is preferred.

Duties/Responsibilities: Monitors, supervises and documents daily resident activities and behaviors. Provide supervision of household tasks ensuring premises and grounds are maintained, well-balanced meals are prepared and periodic changes of linen are available. Assist/refer clients/guests to appropriate program/personnel.

 

Building Worker (Twin Cities Office) ~ DPW ~ $17.75/hr ~ Job Code:  24-040

VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM AND BCA REQUIRED

Summary: Responsible for performing labor, custodial, grounds keeping, building and mechanical maintenance.

Education/Experience: High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (G.E.D). Six months to one year of general experience.

Duties/Responsibilities: Performs grounds care, including but not limited to, mowing, trimming, edging, pruning, fertilizing, watering, reseeding, applying fungicides, herbicides, insecticides and sterilants; sweeping walks and drives; patching parking lots and drives; repairing signs, snow removal, spreading sand, salt or ice melt. Performs custodial tasks, including but not limited to, sweeping, vacuuming, extracting, mopping and polishing floors; washing, painting, ceilings, interior, exterior walls and siding; cleans windows and blinds; cleans bathrooms, showers and fixtures.


THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS ARE OPEN UNTIL FILLED


Cook (A.R.C) ~ A&D ~ $16.00/hr ~ Job Code: 24-001

BCA REQUIRED

Summary: Responsible for maintaining supplies and planning/preparing meals at the treatment program to ensure a healthy and nutritionally balanced diet for all residents.

Education/Experience: High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (G.E.D) preferred.

Duties/Responsibilities: Cleans kitchen equipment and appliances daily, ensures that table is set, dishes cleared, dishwasher stacked and unstacked following each meal. Inventories freezer and storeroom, places weekly grocery order with food distributor, working with established budget guidelines.

 

Clinic Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) ~ Health ~ D.O.Q ~ Job Code: 24-002

BCA REQUIRED

Summary: Will provide primary health to service area residents in the community clinics. Also responsible for cultivating relationships with the community and accessing the needs of the clinic.

Education/Experience: Current LPN, with at least 2 years in primary health care or a current Minnesota Licensure as a Licensed Practice Nurse (LPN) approved by the MN State Board of Nursing with preferred 2 years’ experience in clinic work.

Duties/Responsibilities: Assists Physicians with patient office visits, including putting patients in rooms, interviewing patients, recording vital signs including pulse rates, blood pressure, respiration count, temperature, height and weight, and enters information into patients’ electronic health record. Administers injections. Performs administrative tasks, including form completions, prescription refills, referrals, and patient educational material.

 

Licensed Assisted Living Director ~ Health ~ D.O.Q ~ Job Code: 24-003

VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM AND BCA REQUIRED

Summary: Responsible for managing the daily operations of the site in order to provide a fiscally sound, well-maintained and socially healthy housing community. Also provides leadership and guidance to all staff at his/her site coordinating activities of elder/resident care, marketing, food service, contracts, and maintenance.

Education/Experience: Licensed as an Assisted Living Director (LALD). Experience in elder health, home healthcare, assisted living or nursing homes. Knowledge, background, and experience related to MN billing for EW, CADI, GRH housing programs. Post secondary coursework in property management, business, real estate or equivalent experience preferred. Three years leasing or property management experience preferred.

Duties/Responsibilities: Organizes, develops, and coordinates service plan reviews, as required by state codes, with appropriate elder care team members and elder families. Provides supervision and leadership to Assisted Living staff who supervise elder care, marketing, food service and maintenance. Assist with development and implementation of the annual budget.

 

Clinic Nurse Supervisor (Red Cedar Assisted Living) ~ Health ~ D.O.Q ~ Job Code: 24-004

VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM AND BCA REQUIRED

Summary: Provides direction, coordination, supervision, and implementation of professional and supportive services to residents/elders in accordance with the Nurse Practice Act.

Education/Experience: Graduate of an accredited nursing program with a current license as a Registered Nurse in the state of practice. No limitations or provisional license. Minimum of two years experience in nursing with a combination of assisted living, long term care, dementia care or acute care.

Duties/Responsibilities: Assures that residents/elders are treated with respect and dignity, recognizing individual needs, and encouraging independence. Responsible for planning, implementing, coordinating and evaluation resident/elder care to ensure the highest quality of care for the residents. Developing and implementing policies with the Red Cedar Assisted Living.

 

Pre School Teacher (2) ~ Education ~ $18.16/hr ~ Job Code: 24-006

BCA REQUIRED

Summary: Responsible for helping to ensure that the classroom contribute to the growth and development of each child.

Education/Experience: High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (G.E.D) required. Enroll in and attain a Pre-School CDA within first year of employment.

Duties/Responsibilities: Engage in on-going program assessment and monitoring to ensure quality services are being provide. Provide and deliver developmentally, culturally, and linguistically appropriate learning experiences in language, literacy, mathematics, social and emotional functioning, approaches to learning, science, physical skills and creative arts. Promote EHS School Readiness Goals in lesson plans and daily activities.

 

Infant Toddler Teacher (Ball Club) ~ Education ~ $18.16/hr ~ Job Code: 24-008

BCA REQUIRED

Summary: Responsible for helping to ensure that the classroom contribute to the growth and development of each child.

Education/Experience: High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (G.E.D) required. Enroll in and attain a Pre-School CDA within first year of employment.

Duties/Responsibilities: Engage in on-going program assessment and monitoring to ensure quality services are being provide. Provide and deliver developmentally, culturally and linguistically appropriate learning experiences in language, literacy, mathematics, social and emotional functioning, approaches to learning, science, physical skills and creative arts. Promote EHS School Readiness Goals in lesson plans and daily activities.

 

RN Diabetes Educator (Part time) ~ Health ~ D.O.Q ~ Job Code: 24-010

VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM AND BCA REQUIRED

Summary: To provide quality diabetes related patient education and nursing services.

Education/Experience: Current Minnesota Licensure as a Registered Nurse required. Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing preferred. Public Health Nursing Certificate preferred. Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist (CDCES) preferred or willingness to work toward. Foot & Nail Care Certification preferred or willingness to work toward. Basic Life Support (BLS) certification.

Duties/Responsibilities: Will utilize educational methods and principles to provide diabetes-related education, including: staged diabetes management, team approach, and others as assigned. Will provide diabetes-related education to meet the needs of patients, their families, communities and health professionals in multiple settings; e.g. Tribal clinics, community centers, schools, homes, and other sites as needed. Assist the Diabetes Center in multiple aspects, including: patient screening, lab draws, immunizations, foot exams, foot and nail care, wound care, blood glucose monitoring, education related to self-management of diabetes, education related to health promotion, case management and other aspects as needed.

 

Treatment Coordinator (A.R.C) (2) ~ A&D ~ D.O.Q ~ Job Code: 24-013

BCA REQUIRED

Summary: Responsible for the supervisor of the Treatment Coordinators and Treatment Coordinator trainees. Also provides assistant, coordination and case management to clientele released from correctional facilities/or treatment facilities in the areas of culturally specific substance use treatment, and medical and mental health, economic assistant, social, housing and life skills advocacy.

Education/Experience: Associate of Arts/Science in Social Work or related field or Upper Midwest Indian Council on Addictive Disorder (UMICAD) Chemical & Alcohol & Drug Counselor (CADC) I required. Bachelor of Art/Science Degree in related field or CADC II, ill or Licensed Alcohol & Drug Certification (LADC) preferred. One year of practice experience in addictions counseling is preferred. An equivalent combination of education and practical job experience will be considered.

Duties/Responsibilities: Design a culturally specific opioid use services for Native American individual released from a correctional facility, utilizing the existing LLBO resources. Works with counselors to develop treatment plans for clients. Develop and implement program procedures such as intake, referrals, treatment plans, and operational hours, workdays and include a plan for outreach to the LLBO communities.

 

Intake Specialist (A.R.C) ~ A&D ~ D.O.Q ~ Job Code: 24-014

VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM AND BCA REQUIRED

Summary: Complete program intake and identify individual residents needs, learning style and similar to assist program staff in designing effective treatment plans, group counseling and overall effective programming in order to assist in the recovery from chemical dependency.

Education/Experience: High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (G.E.D) required. Have or working towards a two-year degree in a Human Services field.

Duties/Responsibilities: In conjunction with ARC leadership team, establish admission and eligibility guidelines. Provides referrals to clients on available resources and services within the reservation and surrounding counties as needed. Coordinates transfer to/from forms appropriate facilities if needed.

 

Security Officer (A.R.C) (3) ~ A&D ~ $18.00/hr~ Job Code: 24-015

BCA REQUIRED

Summary: Secures premises for residents, staff, and visitors by patrolling property; monitoring surveillance equipment; inspecting building, equipment, and access points; permitting entry. Obtains additional assistance by alerting the appropriate authorities when needed. Provides written documentation of unusual or suspicious activity.

Education/Experience: High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (G.E.D) required.

Duties/Responsibilities: Protect residents, employees, visitors and property from all hazards. Provide written reports including but not limited to, incident reports and shift summaries. De-escalate confrontations and problem solve to support Residents’ needs.

 

Chemical Dependency Counselor (A.R.C) ~ A&D ~ D.O.Q ~ Job Code: 24-016

VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM AND BCA REQUIRED

Summary: Responsible for admissions and discharge, treatment planning, delivery of treatment services, group facilitation; maintain accurate records, progress reports, services provided and family support and education.

Education/Experience: Upper Midwest Indian Council on Addictive Disorder (UMICAD) Chemical & Alcohol & Drug Counselor (CADC) I, II, or III certification or Licensed Alcohol & Drug Counselor (LADC) licensure required. Associates Degree in Human Services or related field required. Bachelor Degree or 30 hours of specialized adolescent training preferred. At least 2 years of supervised work experience in the CD field. An equivalent combination of education and work experience may be considered.

Duties/Responsibilities: Collect data for screening and conduct comprehensive assessments. Coordinate activities and communications with peers, parents, guardians, case managers, courts, probation officers, schools, community services and other post-treatment agencies for effective goal settings and contingencies for discharge. Develop client treatment plans based on research, clinical experience, and client’s records history.

 

Kitchen Assistant (A.R.C) (2) ~ A&D ~ $15.00/hr ~ Job Code: 24-017

BCA REQUIRED

Summary: Responsible for maintaining a clean kitchen. Keep dish area organized. Insures that the kitchen area stays organized and clean.

Education/Experience: High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (G.E.D). Hospitality related experience in the kitchen preferred.

Duties/Responsibilities: Maintain a clean kitchen, keeps area clean and organized. Maintains clean and dry floors. Maintains trash cans throughout shift including taking out at end of shift.

 

Maintenance Technician (A.R.C) ~ A&D ~ $16.00/hr ~ Job Code: 24-018

BCA REQUIRED

Summary: To provide continuity in supervision and the expertise for the building, systems and grounds maintenance. Is responsible to maintain and clean & safe environment within the facility and grounds and also maintain and/or service HVAC units

Education/Experience: High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (G.E.D) is required. Three (3) years of increasing responsible HVAC equipment maintenance and repair experience is required. Experience working within the tribal community is preferred.

Duties/Responsibilities: Organize/develop and obtains estimate/pricing for all contracted work. Set and maintain standard for the facility, ensure quality control via periodic inspections of building, systems, grounds and associated buildings. Perform grounds care.

 

Grants/Budget Coordinator ~ Education ~ D.O.Q ~ Job Code: 24-020

VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM AND BCA REQUIRED

Summary: Responsible for improving the quality of fiscal operations by maintaining and implementing a sound system of grants and fiscal management for the Early Childhood Development program. Works closely with administrative management to ensure effective delivery of services and works as part of a team with other program staff to carry out the following tasks.

Education/Experience: Associates degree (A.A.) Fiscal in grants and budgets and/or four years related work experience.

Duties/Responsibilities: Assist the Early Childhood Development Director in the preparation of all Early Childhood grant applications and budget projections. Keep updated list of all revenue and expense information for each grant contract. Provide outreach services to the MnTRECC, Snap Ed and Child Care Services program managers in order to assist with the application or reporting process to the appropriate funding agency.

 

Child Welfare Department Manager ~ Administration ~ D.O.Q ~ Job Code: 24-021

VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM REQUIRED

Summary: Responsible for effective and efficient operation of the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe Child Welfare Program. The primary goal of the Child Welfare Program is to ensure the safety and wellbeing of children while attempting to preserve the family or ensuring a stable permanent home or the child if preserving the family is not achievable through reasonable efforts.

Education/Experience: Master’s Degree in Social Work (MSW) is preferred. Business Management (MBA) or related field required. Five (5) years’ experience in the Human Services or Business Management field is required. Five (5) years supervisory and administrative management experience is preferred. Five (5) years’ experience in fiscal management is preferred. Five (5) years of supervisory experience is required. Five (5) years’ experience in planning service delivery activities for American Indian children and families preferred. Experience in Microsoft office applications is required.

Duties/Responsibilities: Manage and direct the implementation of the infrastructure for the Child Welfare Department including data collection and reporting personnel, financial management, training foster care licensing, child protection, family preservation, and service delivery programming. Ensure that program goals and objectives are achieved in accordance with any gran or contract requirements. Facilitate the coordination of appropriate services for families involved in the Child Protection System and those at risk of becoming involved in the system.

 

Security Officer (A.R.C) (Part time) ~ A&D ~ $18.00/hr~ Job Code: 24-022

BCA REQUIRED

Summary: Secures premises for residents, staff, and visitors by patrolling property; monitoring surveillance equipment; inspecting building, equipment, and access points; permitting entry. Obtains additional assistance by alerting the appropriate authorities when needed. Provides written documentation of unusual or suspicious activity.

Education/Experience: High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (G.E.D) required.

Duties/Responsibilities: Protect residents, employees, visitors and property from all hazards. Provide written reports including but not limited to, incident reports and shift summaries. De-escalate confrontations and problem solve to support Residents’ needs.

 

Chemical Dependency Counselor (A.R.C) (Part time) ~ A&D ~ D.O.Q ~ Job Code: 24-023

VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM AND BCA REQUIRED

Summary: Responsible for admissions and discharge, treatment planning, delivery of treatment services, group facilitation; maintain accurate records, progress reports, services provided and family support and education.

Education/Experience: Upper Midwest Indian Council on Addictive Disorder (UMICAD) Chemical & Alcohol & Drug Counselor (CADC) I, II, or III certification or Licensed Alcohol & Drug Counselor (LADC) licensure required. Associates Degree in Human Services or related field required. Bachelor Degree or 30 hours of specialized adolescent training preferred. At least 2 years of supervised work experience in the CD field. An equivalent combination of education and work experience may be considered.

Duties/Responsibilities: Collect data for screening and conduct comprehensive assessments. Coordinate activities and communications with peers, parents, guardians, case managers, courts, probation officers, schools, community services and other post-treatment agencies for effective goal settings and contingencies for discharge. Develop client treatment plans based on research, clinical experience, and client’s records history.

 

Wildland Fire Program Administration Assistant ~ DRM ~ D.O.Q ~ Job Code: 24-024

VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM REQUIRED

Summary: Responsible for assisting the Wildfire Supervisor with all necessary documentation to efficiently run the Wildland Fire Program at Leech Lake Division of Resource Management.

Education/Experience: High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (G.E.D) is required. Office experience, telephone experience, and knowledge of office machines and Microsoft programs is required.

Duties/Responsibilities: Filing and organizing receipts for wildfires, both local and off-unit. Assisting the Wildland Fire Supervisor with ensuring invoices for fire suppression are sent in a timely, professional manner. Assists the Wildland Fire Supervisor with documenting wildfire personnel status, availability, time and files.

 

SACA & 401 Administrative Assistant ~ DRM ~ D.O.Q ~ Job Code: 24-026

VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM REQUIRED

Summary: Responsible for ensuring compliance with the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe’s Environmental Protection Agency’s Supportive Agency Coordination Agreement and Clean Water Act 401 Certification program administration.

Education/Experience: A.A or A.A.S in a STEM field or Administration required. Experience levels may qualify toward educational experience. B.S. in Public Administration, Environmental Science, or Chemistry preferred. Extensive knowledge of administrative tracking tools, billing, and basic computer applications such as Adobe Pro, Word, Excel, Outlook, Teams, Sharepoint etc. Superfund policy, law, and implementation knowledge and experience is preferred.

Duties/Responsibilities: Work with accountant to manage budget and report quarterly to EPA. CWA 401 tracking tools to be shared with water team, ensure that obligation and deadlines are being met for -CWA 401 applications. Process CWA 401 application fees including: generating invoices, processing payments, and providing confirmation of receipt to applicants.

 

Water Resources Technician II ~ DRM ~ D.O.Q ~ Job Code: 24-027

VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM REQUIRED

Summary: Perform surface water quality monitoring, data collection, logging and reporting, using equipment and software specific to water quality.

Education/Experience: A minimum of AA with STEMs emphasis or AS in Natural Resource Science, Environmental Science or similar degree, or currently in final semester to obtain the aforementioned level of education required.

Duties/Responsibilities: Collect data using various water quality monitors at swimming beaches, rivers, and streams, lakes and bridges, often in remote locations. Locate and map Individual Septic Treatment Systems (ISTS). Compile and input field data into databases following QAQC protocols.

 

Environmental Deputy Director ~ DRM ~ D.O.Q ~ Job Code: 24-028

VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM REQUIRED

Summary: Will co-manage the Environmental Department to build capacity for regulatory expansion, enforcement and compliance to protect the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe resources.

Education/Experience: A Bachelor of Science (B.S.) or Masters of Science degree in Biology, Geology, Chemistry, Physics, Environmental Studies or related studies is preferred with a minimum of one year of professional experience and two years of supervisory experience or; Four years of professional experience related to environmental management; candidate must possess two years of supervisory and administrative experience with no degree.

Duties/Responsibilities: Will develop and assist in maintaining monitoring projects, oversee data management and develop program project tracking tool(s). Directly manage the GAP Program. Actively seek funding and projects to expand capacity and services to the people and environment. Advise Tribal Officials on environmental impacts and issues in land use planning and proposed development either internal or outside project to promote sustainable development of Tribal Lands.

 

Archaeological Technician (2) ~ DRM ~ $16.00/hr ~ Job Code: 24-029

VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM REQUIRED

Summary: Works with Heritage Sites personnel to conduct archaeological field and laboratory work. This is a
scientific field requiring both physical fitness and academic capabilities.

Education/Experience: High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (G.E.D). Some post-secondary education preferred. No previous archaeological experience is required, but a familiarity with outdoor activities is strongly recommended.

Duties/Responsibilities: Conducts archaeological fieldwork, including shovel testing, pedestrian survey and formal excavation (must be prepared to carry water and lunch on your person while conducting survey in remote locations). Assists with archaeological laboratory work, including washing, identifying, weighing, counting, sorting and cataloging artifacts recovered during field investigations. Completes daily field survey notes, describing project, survey strategies, environmental and topographic conditions and vegetation. May also be required to complete archaeological site forms.

 

Field Director ~ DRM ~ D.O.Q ~ Job Code: 24-030

VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM REQUIRED

Summary: Directs field and lab work associated with contract requirements for internal reservation survey projects and fieldwork statewide and throughout the Midwest.

Education/Experience: Master of Arts/Science Degree in Anthropology, Archaeology or a closely related field.
At least one year of full-time professional experience or equivalent specialized training in archeological research, administration or management; At least four months of supervised field and analytic experience in general North American archeology, and Experience with Mississippi Headwaters, Upper Midwest or Great Lakes archaeology preferred.
Demonstrated ability to carry research to completion.

Duties/Responsibilities: Ensures that all assigned surveys are thoroughly and efficiently conducted, properly documented and field site maps are accurately rendered. Lead field crews in completion of archaeological survey projects and oversee the processing, cataloging, and analysis of recovered artifacts. Assists the Program Director with bid preparation.

 

Fuels Technician/Wildland Firefighter (8) ~ DRM ~ D.O.Q ~ Job Code: 24-031

VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM REQUIRED

Summary: To assist in hazardous fuels reduction within the Leech Lake Reservation and Chippewa National Forest in conjunction with the Division of Resource Management (DRM) Forestry and Fuels Programs. Additionally, new hires will be expected to staff LLBO Wildland Fire Engines on wildland fire details in/out of state.

Education/Experience: High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (G.E.D).

Duties/Responsibilities: Conduct FireWise Assessments in Tribal communities. Respond to Wildfires (Local, Regional, National). Assist with Forestry and Fuels Projects.

 

Compactor Driver/Operator (Solid Waste) ~ DPW ~ D.O.Q ~ Job Code: 24-032

VALID CLASS B DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM REQUIRED

Summary: Safely and courteously operate Compactor truck while assisting in the development of the LLBO Solid Waste collection and disposal operations.

Education/Experience: High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (G.E.D) is preferred.

Duties/Responsibilities: Responsible for keeping truck sanitized, neat and orderly. Keeping the work and shop site clean of scattered rubbish and debris and any material illegally dumped at gate after hours. Assist community members in unloading/loading large waste items (appliances, etc.) into designated roll-off boxes.

 

Advanced Practice Provider (Diabetes Center) ~ Health ~ D.O.Q ~ Job Code: 24-033

VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM AND BCA REQUIRED

Summary: Provide primary health care services within the Tribal operated, community based clinics.

Education/Experience: Minnesota State License of Nurse Practitioner (NP) or Physician Assistant (PA-C) is required.

Two years of primary health care experience in a tribally operated, Indian Health Service Program, or rural clinic is preferred. Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist (CDCES) or Board-Certified-Advanced Diabetes Management (BC-ADM) preferred or willingness to work toward. Basic understanding of Pre-Diabetes, Type 2 and Type 2 Diabetes, Gestational Diabetes; e.g. pathophysiology, treatment options, Diabetes Standards of Care, health promotion and disease prevention.

Duties/Responsibilities: Assess real or potential health hazards and current health status, including analysis of health behavior related to lifestyle and culture. Devise, implement and evaluate plans of care utilizing sound clinical judgements based on assessment of the physical, psycho-clinical judgements based on assessment of the physical, psychological, emotional, societal and environmental needs of the patients. Assist individuals to assume responsibility for the prevention of illness and promotion, maintenance and restoration of health.

 

Grant Writer ~ Health ~ $25.00/hr ~ Job Code: 24-034

VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM AND BCA REQUIRED

Summary: Responsible for assisting the Finance Manager with oversight and provisions of developing projects/grants within the Health Division aided through AFA, State, and Federal grant opportunities. Assists the Health division with grant writing to support and enhance the program’s funding within the Health Division’s programming.

Education/Experience: High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (G.E.D) with three years in an office setting required. Associate’s Degree in Business or Health Administration required with at least two (2) years minimum working with Tribal, State, and Federal programs/grants preferred.

Duties/Responsibilities: Ensure that grants align with the objectives of the processes, budgets, deadlines, and work plan. Ability to gather and analyze data to support grant applications. Answer phones, route calls, take messages, greet and direct visitors, and answer routine inquiries for the reception area for the health division as needed.

 

Home Healthcare RN ~ Health ~ D.O.Q ~ Job Code: 24-035

VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM AND BCA REQUIRED

Summary: Responsible for providing medical cares to our community members in their homes, while also working as a liaison in accessing other services our clients may need.

Education/Experience: Current RN, with at least two years of experience in Long Term Care facility, Primary Care or Home Care.

Duties/Responsibilities: Visits clients in their homes, spends 75% of the position in homes. Provide individualized nursing care to patients. Collaborates with other professionals to plan, implement and evaluate care.

 

Accounts Payable Clerk ~ Finance ~ D.O.Q ~ Job Code: 24-036

VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM REQUIRED

Summary: Computes, classifies, records, and verifies numerical data for use in maintaining accounts payable records by performing the following duties.

Education/Experience: High School Diploma or equivalent (G.E.D.) with 2 to 4 years of experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience is preferred. AA degree in Finance or Accounting is preferred.

Duties/Responsibilities: Compiles and sorts documents, such as invoices, checks and substantiating transactions. Prepares vouchers, invoices, and other records for accuracy. Monitors loans to ensure that payments are up to date.

 

DRM Director ~ DRM ~ D.O.Q ~ Job Code: 24-037

VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM REQUIRED

Summary: Responsible for the supervision of DRM Department Directors and administration of all programs assigned to the DRM by the Reservation’s governing body; the Leech Lake Tribal Council (RTC). DRM Departments include: DRM Administration, Conservation Enforcement, Fish Wildlife and Plants Department, Heritage Sites, Tribal Historic Preservation Office, Forest Resources, Wildland Fire Program, Land Department and Environmental Protection.

Education/Experience: BS Degree in Natural Resource Management is required. Six years work experience that includes program or business administrative duties. Significant and successful work experience in the natural resources management field or in administration of Native American governmental programs may be considered in lieu of academic credentials. A combination of education and experience may be considered in lieu of educational requirements.

Duties/Responsibilities: Implementing and coordinating policies/procedures, ordinances, resolutions to promote Tribal sovereignty, exerting Tribal jurisdiction and providing guidance both internally and to outside agencies. Responsible for submitting Agenda requests for the Tribal Council for discussion/approval on a variety of subjects pertaining to the DRM. Management of natural, cultural and real property resources of the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe in order to derive the maximum benefits for the Band’s Membership while conserving and enhancing these resource base for future generations.

 

Watercraft Inspector (2) ~ DRM ~ $18.00/hr ~ Job Code:  24-041

VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM REQUIRED

Summary: Responsible for inspecting watercrafts entering and existing lakes around the Leech Lake Reservation. Will assist with maintaining CD3 units and doing outreach for special events as scheduled.

Education/Experience: High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (G.E.D) preferred. Prior Experience with aquatic invasive species preferred. Proven experience as a good crew leader preferred.
Duties/Responsibilities: Provide boat and equipment decontamination. Collect field data for the purpose of progress reports, plus maintain a daily log of activities. Responsible for practicing and insuring workplace safety within the field and office always.

 

Staff Accountant II ~ Finance ~ $26.00/hr or D.O.Q ~ Job Code:  24-042

VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM REQUIRED

Summary: Provide dependable financial service to the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe through expertise and practical procedures for processing and maintaining sound financial records.

Education/Experience: Bachelor’s degree (B.S. or B.A.) in Finance or Accounting or; Two-year degree in Finance or Accounting and four years related work experience or; High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (G.E.D) with a minimum of six years’ work experience in Finance or Accounting.

Duties/Responsibilities: Assists the Accounting Team Leader in recording and maintaining accurate general ledger balances and proper recording of revenue recognition. Perform closeouts on special revenue funds to include general journal entries, disbursement vouchers, and submitting financial status reports to funding agencies. Reconcile balance sheet control accounts to subsidiary records and verify that financial statements are accurate and issued in a timely manner.

 

Cook (Bemidji) ~ Education ~ $18.16/hr ~ Job Code:  24-043

VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM AND BCA REQUIRED

Summary: Responsible in meeting each child’s nutritional needs, providing a sanitary environment and establishing good eating habits that promote healthy development and lifelong well-being.

Education/Experience: High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (G.E.D) preferred.

Duties/Responsibilities: Ensure dishes are washed, sanitized and put in proper place. Assist Health, Nutrition & Safety Manager and others in menu planning process. Must be able to prepare dishes from recipes and adjust recipes quantities when needed.

 

Naagaanizid Gekinwaa’amaaged (Lead) ~ Education ~ D.O.Q ~ Job Code: 24-044

BCA REQUIRED

Summary: Works to create a respectful learning and working atmosphere while providing care for infants and toddlers. Receives mentorship, training and experience to build necessary skills. Develops a nurturing relationship with each child. Collaborates with Maajiigin team to expand and deepen both Ojibwe language and cultural skills.  Responsible to continue to attain and impart Ojibwe-Anishinaabe knowledge, values, and language to families, children, and staff.

Education/Experience: AA degree in Early Childhood Development: CDA plus years of experience may be considered. Demonstrated leadership skills required, supervisory experience preferred.

Duties/Responsibilities: Ensure that the learning team meets regularly to set goals, develop plans and discuss progress of program activities. Ensure that child development is assessed and recorded through regularly documented observations and reflection.  Share Ojibwe language materials and learning goals with families.

 

Gekinwaa’amaaged (Teacher) ~ Education ~ D.O.Q ~ Job Code: 24-045

BCA REQUIRED

Summary: Works to create a respectful learning and working atmosphere while providing care for infants and toddlers. Receives mentorship, training and experience to build necessary skills. Develops a nurturing relationship with each child. Collaborates with Maajiigin team to expand and deepen both Ojibwe language and cultural skills. Responsible to continue to attain and impart Ojibwe-Anishinaabe knowledge values and language to families, children and staff.

Education/Experience: High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (G.E.D) is required. Possess and Infant/Toddler CDA or A.A. Degree in Early Childhood Development. CDA certification preferred, willingness or in process of obtaining is acceptable.

Duties/Responsibilities:  Be knowledgeable of and comply with Maajiigin and LLBO policies, the Leech Lake Child Care Licensing requirements and the Child Care Service Policies and Procedures. Complete and follow learnings plans (lessons). Assess and document each child’s development through regular observations and reflection.

 

Early Learning Scholarship Assistant & Engagement Coordinator ~ Education ~ D.O.Q ~ Job Code: 24-046

VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM AND BCA REQUIRED

Summary: Responsible for implementing the MN Department of Education Early Learning Pathway I Scholarship program and implementing community engagement and to support program outreach.

Education/Experience: High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (G.E.D) is required. At least 2 years of related field experience in Early Childhood or Human Services field with 24 quarter credits in either field required. AA degree in Early Childhood, Human Services or Business Administration preferred or must be willing to complete the Early Childhood, Human Services or Business Administration AA degree.

Duties/Responsibilities: Be knowledgeable of MDE Early Learning Scholarship Work Plan and program policies. Provide enhanced outreach and engagement to priority families to include homeless, foster care, child protection, teen parent, 3-5 year-olds, Leech Lake families statewide, agencies working with priority families, Head Start, School districts, family child care and centers according to workplan. Conduct application intake and review for approval.

 

Child Care Services Program Assistant ~ Education ~ D.O.Q ~ Job Code: 24-047

VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM AND BCA REQUIRED

Summary: Responsible to support the day to day programming of the Child Care Development Fund (CCDF) and the MN Department of Education Early Learning Pathway I Scholarship.

Education/Experience: High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (G.E.D) is required. AA or BA in Early Childhood or related field with experience in the Early Childhood or Human Services field is preferred. Minimum 2 years of Administrative and supervisory experience is preferred. Experience working with within the tribal community is preferred. Ability to work effectively with young children’s families and a large number of staff is required.

Duties/Responsibilities: Work with staff and management to ensure Operations Manual, policies and other program documents reflect program plans – Licensing, Monitoring, Professional Development, Grants, and Compliance. Participate in meetings with MNTRECC, CCA, EHS/HS, LLTC, the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe programs, and other local agencies to provide comprehensive services and programming. Develop processes and maintain the space for Ojibwemowiin language materials and resources for the program.

 

Maajiigin Center Manager ~ Education ~ D.O.Q ~ Job Code: 24-048

VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM AND BCA REQUIRED

Summary: Provides oversite to the daily operations of the Maajiigin Center. Collaborate with Maajiigin team to build and maintain space where Ojibwe language is learned and spoken. Utilizes Anishinaabe principles to help develop and support a respectful community of colleagues. Responsible to ensure that children and their families are provided a culturally relevant and high-quality educational experience in the program.

Education/Experience: B.S or B.A. in Early Childhood or other relevant degree is preferred or AA in Early Childhood and at least 2 years of experience is required. Excellent administrative and supervisory skills are required, with the ability to work effectively with the Maajiigin Center Team, families and community members. Experience and passion for Ojibwe language revitalization efforts.

Duties/Responsibilities: Work with management and program staff to review or develop policies and operating procedures based on regulations and guidelines on an annual basis or as needed. Periodically review to ensure applicability to the program. Ensure Maajiigin Center plans are complete and that the daily, monthly and annual activities and reports required by the staff are completed.

 

Pre School Teacher (Onigum) ~ Education ~ $18.16/hr ~ Job Code: 24-049

BCA REQUIRED

Summary: Responsible for helping to ensure that the classroom contribute to the growth and development of each child.

Education/Experience: High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (G.E.D) required. Enroll in and attain a Pre-School CDA within first year of employment.

Duties/Responsibilities: Engage in on-going program assessment and monitoring to ensure quality services are being provide. Provide and deliver developmentally, culturally and linguistically appropriate learning experiences in language, literacy, mathematics, social and emotional functioning, approaches to learning, science, physical skills and creative arts. Promote EHS School Readiness Goals in lesson plans and daily activities.

 

Diabetes Registered Dietitian (Part time) ~ Health ~ D.O.Q ~ Job Code: 24-050

VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM AND BCA REQUIRED

Summary: Provide expert Medical Nutrition Therapy, Diabetes Self-Management Education and consultation to the Leech Lake Reservation.  Raise awareness of healthy nutrition on the Leech Lake Reservation to the highest level possible by managing or preventing nutrition-related diseases with a strong focus on pre-diabetes, diabetes, heart disease, obesity and cancer.

Education/Experience: Bachelor’s degree in Dietetics, Human Nutrition, Nutrition Education, Food and Nutrition, or Food Services Management required. Must be a Registered Dietitian licensed in the State of Minnesota. Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist (CDCES) preferred or willingness to work toward.

Duties/Responsibilities: Assist with menu development for programs seeking diabetes management and prevention related menus. Aids with case management of newly diagnosed patients and patients utilizing staged diabetes management per referral. Reviews, develops, and selects appropriate educational materials to be used with clients and for use in training health care professionals and para professionals.

 

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