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Department: Community Services 

Description: The House Parent works under the direction of the Community Services Director, managing the care of up to several children at one time. Working collaboratively with the Community Services staff, the House Parent helps develop and implement program, organizational, therapeutic and behavioral plans and facilitates optimal adjustment for Tribal youth. 

Department: Purchasing and Warehouse

Description: Under the direction of the Purchasing & Warehouse Manager, the Lead Warehouse Worker receives, stores, and issues various types of supplies and equipment as needed for the operation of UAIC government offices, school and other related entities; picks up and delivers mail, supplies, equipment, and furniture; ships goods to vendors and performs janitorial duties as required.  This position will also be responsible for the physical and digital organization and accuracy of the onsite and offsite warehouse inventory and will communicate tasks and goals to other warehouse personnel.

Department: Tribal Historic Preservation

Description: The Cultural Regulatory Specialist is responsible for identifying and protecting tribal cultural resources primarily through written letters, document review, and government-to-government consultation, with intermittent site visits.  This includes: reviewing and assessing geotechnical, geo-archaeological, monitoring, and data recovery reports; performing records searches and field inspections; consulting with military, private, local, state, and federal agencies; conducting intermittent site visits; and coordinating with other staff on collection of field data.  The position will have primary responsibility for drafting written letters, reports, comments, and map reviews for projects under SB18, AB52, CEQA, and Section 101, 106, and 110 of the NHPA.  The position will report to the Tribal Historic Preservation Director, and coordinate closely with the Tribal Historic Preservation Officer.

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