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Archaeologist - Anthropologist
Department: Preservation 
Description: The incumbent is responsible for identifying and protecting tribal cultural resources through surveys, site visits, document review, and government-to-government consultation. 

Tribal Historic Preservation Director
Department: Preservation 
Description: Under the direct supervision of the Tribal Administrator, the Director of Tribal Historic Preservation is responsible for the successful leadership and management of the Preservation Department and provides guidance and support to the Tribal Preservation Committee and the Tribal Historic Preservation Office. This position is responsible for meeting the historical and cultural preservation goals and objectives of the United Auburn Indian Community. This includes environmental preservation, natural resources, GIS mapping, site monitoring and historical preservation. Tact, poise, and sound judgment are routine requirements in communicating with internal and external contacts, offices, and organizations. 

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: UAIC Tribal Gaming Agency
Description: An employee in this position learns and performs a variety of general office work.

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