Careers

Careers

The United Auburn Indian Community is committed to providing challenging and rewarding career opportunities. Apply now!
 
 

UAIC JOB BOARD  

 

Teacher Assistant 
Department:
Education 
Description:
A Teacher Assistant works under the general supervision and guidance of the appropriate supervisor and assists a certified teacher in reinforcing instruction to individual or small groups of students in a classroom or other learning environment; assists in the preparation of instructional materials. 

School Administrative Assistant
Department: Education 
Description: Under general supervision, performs complex and varied administrative/secretarial and clerical duties. Tact, poise, judgment are routine requirements in communicating with internal and external contacts, offices and organizations. Required to exercise independent judgment and initiative in resolving issues. 

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: Tribal Gaming Agency 
Description: The Regulatory Compliance Manager is responsible for ensuring that the gaming operation complies with the requirements of all federal, state and tribal regulations as they apply to Class III gaming. 

Department: Education 

Description: Under the direct supervision of the UAIC School Principal, the Community Education Manager is responsible for managing and administering the United Auburn Indian Community's education department programs, as well as providing general academic support to Tribal members throughout all phases of their educational development. This is a year-round position. 

Department: Education 
Description: This position is under the direct supervision of the UAIC School Principal and is responsible for developing programs, workshops, and classes directly related to Miwok and Maidu culture. The incumbent researches and develops cultural education activities for the Tribe's after school, summer school, adult education, and family education programs. The position is responsible for soliciting Tribal member input, evaluating the programs and services offered, and maintaining records in support of those activities. 

Please send your resume to  or fax to (530) 878-5445 with the desired position's title in the Subject field. 
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