Noo-Kayet Development Corporation
  • 12-Jul-2022 to 11-Sep-2022 (PST)
  • Human Resources
  • Kingston, WA, USA
  • per year DOE
  • Salary
  • Full Time

Great Benefits package includes: PTO, Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K, Short/Long Term Disability, Life



Must be a Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribal Citizen, tribal spouse or custodial parent of tribal children.


Job Summary

The Tribal Development Program Manager ("TDPM") coordinates, markets and processes the recruiting, training and placement of tribal members in jobs at Noo-Kayet Investments (NKI), and facilitates access by tribal member-owned businesses with tribal and other resources to start and/or grow their businesses.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

The following duties and responsibilities are a reasonable representation but not an exclusive list of those of the TDS.

  1. Implement outreach and recruiting strategies for job placement of Tribal Development Program Participants within the NKI Companies.
  2. Market, coordinate, process and coach tribal members to facilitate their access to jobs at the NKI companies and to engage entrepreneurship opportunities.
  3. Ensure all work is done within the Tribal Development Program (TDP) framework, working collaboratively with participating departments, their resources, and supporting the roles of each in working with TDP Participants.
  4. Assist TDP Participants through effective communication about NKI, available jobs, and the standards and expectations of employment; and about the TDP.
  5. Assist TDP Participants with addressing barriers to employment and advancement through coordination with the Tribal Development Program.
  6. Assist TDP Participants with understanding the Port Gamble S'Klallam Employment Preference Code and Project Labor Agreements, as applicable.
  7. Act as an advocate for TDP Participants by addressing their complaints and concerns in a positive and timely manner in compliance with approved policy and procedures, as well as negotiating and implementing resolutions approved by the Human Resources Director.
  8. Establish an excellent working rapport with TDP Participants, employers, contractors and unions. Consult on applicable law and policy related to the employment of Tribal Citizens including, as applicable, the Pokagon Employment Preference Code, Pokagon Project Labor Agreements, and union agreements.
  9. Conduct routine reviews of worksites, documenting the status of TDP Participants who are working, identifying any issues of compliance with applicable law, agreements or policy of the Pokagon Band or NKI and seeing to the performance of corrective action by responsible parties.
  10. Complete written reports of the positions and status, such tribal citizens who are applicants, employees, laid-off or terminated, and other information as requested by the Human Resources Director.
  11. Make recommendations to the Human Resources Director and the TDP Team that would improve upon the hiring, retention and advancement of TDP Participants.
  12. Maintain thorough documentation in paper and digital format on TDP Participants, including work experience, skills, training plan, job status, communications and other information in the TDP database.
  13. Maintain records of employee performance in assigned positions and at projects, including metrics of attitude, attendance, compliance, performance and safety; and assist TDP Participants with accessing resources within the Tribal Development Program to address any performance concerns.
  14. Within the TDP framework, coordinate with company managers, and the Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe to ensure a seamless coordination of entities providing training and employment opportunities to TDP Participants.
  15. Ensure union scale wages and Davis-Bacon Act regulations are followed when applicable.
  16. Assist with the development and coordination of the NKI internship program.
  17. Expand TDP outreach to include Native Americans from other tribes.
  18. Assist with the coordination and planning of quarterly TDP events, including Pokagon Economic Gathering.
  19. Perform other duties as assigned

Position Qualifications

  1. A high school diploma or GED required. Bachelor's degree in human resources field or business management is preferred.
  2. Prior experience working with, counseling or assisting Native American populations with job placement, advancement and entrepreneurship is preferred.
  3. Must have a high school diploma or GED. Bachelor's degree in human resources field or business management is preferred.
  4. Must be a Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribal Citizen, tribal spouse or custodial parent of tribal children.

Mandatory Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Other Qualifications

Candidates for the position of Tribal Development Specialist must meet the following requirements, as demonstrated through past employment, education, testing, or a combination thereof:

  1. Must have the ability to pass a drug and alcohol screening.
  2. Must be able to obtain a Class III Gamine License from the Port Gamble S'Klallam Gaming Commission.
  3. Must be a proficient user of computer and office equipment, including the Microsoft suite of programs.
  4. Must be capable of presenting information in a professional manner in both written and oral fashion.
  5. Must be able to draft professional and complex reports and present them.
  6. Must know and effectively apply positive mentoring and feedback techniques to Tribal Citizens.
  7. Must have a consistently positive attitude within a fast-paced and occasionally high-stress environment.

    Job Summary

    The Tribal Development Program Manager ("TDPM") coordinates, markets and processes the recruiting, training and placement of tribal members in jobs at Noo-Kayet Investments (NKI), and facilitates access by tribal member-owned businesses with tribal and other resources to start and/or grow their businesses.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    The following duties and responsibilities are a reasonable representation but not an exclusive list of those of the TDS.

    1. Implement outreach and recruiting strategies for job placement of Tribal Development Program Participants within the NKI Companies.
    2. Market, coordinate, process and coach tribal members to facilitate their access to jobs at the NKI companies and to engage entrepreneurship opportunities.
    3. Ensure all work is done within the Tribal Development Program (TDP) framework, working collaboratively with participating departments, their resources, and supporting the roles of each in working with TDP Participants.
    4. Assist TDP Participants through effective communication about NKI, available jobs, and the standards and expectations of employment; and about the TDP.
    5. Assist TDP Participants with addressing barriers to employment and advancement through coordination with the Tribal Development Program.
    6. Assist TDP Participants with understanding the Port Gamble S'Klallam Employment Preference Code and Project Labor Agreements, as applicable.
    7. Act as an advocate for TDP Participants by addressing their complaints and concerns in a positive and timely manner in compliance with approved policy and procedures, as well as negotiating and implementing resolutions approved by the Human Resources Director.
    8. Establish an excellent working rapport with TDP Participants, employers, contractors and unions. Consult on applicable law and policy related to the employment of Tribal Citizens including, as applicable, the Pokagon Employment Preference Code, Pokagon Project Labor Agreements, and union agreements.
    9. Conduct routine reviews of worksites, documenting the status of TDP Participants who are working, identifying any issues of compliance with applicable law, agreements or policy of the Pokagon Band or NKI and seeing to the performance of corrective action by responsible parties.
    10. Complete written reports of the positions and status, such tribal citizens who are applicants, employees, laid-off or terminated, and other information as requested by the Human Resources Director.
    11. Make recommendations to the Human Resources Director and the TDP Team that would improve upon the hiring, retention and advancement of TDP Participants.
    12. Maintain thorough documentation in paper and digital format on TDP Participants, including work experience, skills, training plan, job status, communications and other information in the TDP database.
    13. Maintain records of employee performance in assigned positions and at projects, including metrics of attitude, attendance, compliance, performance and safety; and assist TDP Participants with accessing resources within the Tribal Development Program to address any performance concerns.
    14. Within the TDP framework, coordinate with company managers, and the Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe to ensure a seamless coordination of entities providing training and employment opportunities to TDP Participants.
    15. Ensure union scale wages and Davis-Bacon Act regulations are followed when applicable.
    16. Assist with the development and coordination of the NKI internship program.
    17. Expand TDP outreach to include Native Americans from other tribes.
    18. Assist with the coordination and planning of quarterly TDP events, including Pokagon Economic Gathering.
    19. Perform other duties as assigned

    Position Qualifications

    1. A high school diploma or GED required. Bachelor's degree in human resources field or business management is preferred.
    2. Prior experience working with, counseling or assisting Native American populations with job placement, advancement and entrepreneurship is preferred.
    3. Must have a high school diploma or GED. Bachelor's degree in human resources field or business management is preferred.
    4. Must be a Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribal Citizen, tribal spouse or custodial parent of tribal children.

    Mandatory Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Other Qualifications

    Candidates for the position of Tribal Development Specialist must meet the following requirements, as demonstrated through past employment, education, testing, or a combination thereof:

    1. Must have the ability to pass a drug and alcohol screening.
    2. Must be able to obtain a Class III Gamine License from the Port Gamble S'Klallam Gaming Commission.
    3. Must be a proficient user of computer and office equipment, including the Microsoft suite of programs.
    4. Must be capable of presenting information in a professional manner in both written and oral fashion.
    5. Must be able to draft professional and complex reports and present them.
    6. Must know and effectively apply positive mentoring and feedback techniques to Tribal Citizens.
    7. Must have a consistently positive attitude within a fast-paced and occasionally high-stress environment.

      Job Summary

      The Tribal Development Program Manager ("TDPM") coordinates, markets and processes the recruiting, training and placement of tribal members in jobs at Noo-Kayet Investments (NKI), and facilitates access by tribal member-owned businesses with tribal and other resources to start and/or grow their businesses.

      Essential Duties and Responsibilities

      The following duties and responsibilities are a reasonable representation but not an exclusive list of those of the TDS.

      1. Implement outreach and recruiting strategies for job placement of Tribal Development Program Participants within the NKI Companies.
      2. Market, coordinate, process and coach tribal members to facilitate their access to jobs at the NKI companies and to engage entrepreneurship opportunities.
      3. Ensure all work is done within the Tribal Development Program (TDP) framework, working collaboratively with participating departments, their resources, and supporting the roles of each in working with TDP Participants.
      4. Assist TDP Participants through effective communication about NKI, available jobs, and the standards and expectations of employment; and about the TDP.
      5. Assist TDP Participants with addressing barriers to employment and advancement through coordination with the Tribal Development Program.
      6. Assist TDP Participants with understanding the Port Gamble S'Klallam Employment Preference Code and Project Labor Agreements, as applicable.
      7. Act as an advocate for TDP Participants by addressing their complaints and concerns in a positive and timely manner in compliance with approved policy and procedures, as well as negotiating and implementing resolutions approved by the Human Resources Director.
      8. Establish an excellent working rapport with TDP Participants, employers, contractors and unions. Consult on applicable law and policy related to the employment of Tribal Citizens including, as applicable, the Pokagon Employment Preference Code, Pokagon Project Labor Agreements, and union agreements.
      9. Conduct routine reviews of worksites, documenting the status of TDP Participants who are working, identifying any issues of compliance with applicable law, agreements or policy of the Pokagon Band or NKI and seeing to the performance of corrective action by responsible parties.
      10. Complete written reports of the positions and status, such tribal citizens who are applicants, employees, laid-off or terminated, and other information as requested by the Human Resources Director.
      11. Make recommendations to the Human Resources Director and the TDP Team that would improve upon the hiring, retention and advancement of TDP Participants.
      12. Maintain thorough documentation in paper and digital format on TDP Participants, including work experience, skills, training plan, job status, communications and other information in the TDP database.
      13. Maintain records of employee performance in assigned positions and at projects, including metrics of attitude, attendance, compliance, performance and safety; and assist TDP Participants with accessing resources within the Tribal Development Program to address any performance concerns.
      14. Within the TDP framework, coordinate with company managers, and the Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe to ensure a seamless coordination of entities providing training and employment opportunities to TDP Participants.
      15. Ensure union scale wages and Davis-Bacon Act regulations are followed when applicable.
      16. Assist with the development and coordination of the NKI internship program.
      17. Expand TDP outreach to include Native Americans from other tribes.
      18. Assist with the coordination and planning of quarterly TDP events, including Pokagon Economic Gathering.
      19. Perform other duties as assigned

      Position Qualifications

      1. A high school diploma or GED required. Bachelor's degree in human resources field or business management is preferred.
      2. Prior experience working with, counseling or assisting Native American populations with job placement, advancement and entrepreneurship is preferred.
      3. Must have a high school diploma or GED. Bachelor's degree in human resources field or business management is preferred.
      4. Must be a Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribal Citizen, tribal spouse or custodial parent of tribal children.

      Mandatory Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Other Qualifications

      Candidates for the position of Tribal Development Specialist must meet the following requirements, as demonstrated through past employment, education, testing, or a combination thereof:

      1. Must have the ability to pass a drug and alcohol screening.
      2. Must be able to obtain a Class III Gamine License from the Port Gamble S'Klallam Gaming Commission.
      3. Must be a proficient user of computer and office equipment, including the Microsoft suite of programs.
      4. Must be capable of presenting information in a professional manner in both written and oral fashion.
      5. Must be able to draft professional and complex reports and present them.
      6. Must know and effectively apply positive mentoring and feedback techniques to Tribal Citizens.
      7. Must have a consistently positive attitude within a fast-paced and occasionally high-stress environment.
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