Currently open positions with the Puyallup Tribe:
Plans and executes an early care education program in accordance with the center's educational goals and philosophy to positively guide children's behavior and development and to create a safe, healthy, and culturally appropriate learning environment for young children. Creates and plans developmentally appropriate learning experiences in the areas of cognitive, gross and fine motor, social and self-help, emotional, and communication skills.
Assists the Court Clerk and maintains order for operation of the court. Provides support services to the Court of Appeals and Tribal Court.
Coordinates direct services to children and families. Manages the Puyallup Tribe of Indians Child Placement Agency and related components, i.e. CPS, Family Preservation Services, Independent Living Services and Masters Level oversight for CWS. Balances the need to make decisions that are in the best interests of Tribal children with facilitating reunification efforts for Tribal families.
Performs office and administrative duties such as: customer and client services, record keeping, filing, internal and external communications. Assists Director with budgets, reports & presentations and assists TERO Staff with compliance tasks. Explain TERO Ordinance, policies & procedures to contractors, clients and other programs/entities.
This position serves the Puyallup Tribe of Indians under supervision of the Tribal Council by honoring, upholding and facilitating the realization of the Tribal Mission and Goals through development of Administration’s plans, programs and administrative processes as a strategic partner, which ensures a culturally appropriate government in accordance with the Tribal Constitution. Provides vision and leadership for the Tribal Administrative Government.
Under the supervision of the Home Support Manager, the Home Companion will provide meal preparation, light housekeeping and/or shopping errands to Tribal Elders or Vulnerable Adults in their homes as outlined by a home support plan.
The employee occupying this position is responsible for assisting the Housing Executive Director in planning, administering, directing, supervising and coordinating all phases of Tribal Housing operations, to include maintenance, accounting, security and tenant regulations. This position assists in the management of housing development programs and budgets and/or monitoring the work of qualified specialists.
The Tribal Administration HR Department is looking for Tribal Members interested in taking part in an Internship Program in the Accounting Department working with DAP Services, Inc. Anyone interested should submit an application, resume of previous work experience and/or education, a one page personal statement as to why you are interested in this program, and a copy of your transcripts to the Human Resources Department.
Assists in the care and early education of children (birth to age 5) and school age children at the Grandview Child Care Center. Creates and maintains a safe, healthy, and culturally appropriate learning environment for young children.
The primary duty of a Guardian ad Litem (GAL) is to represent the best interests of the person for whom the GAL is appointed (Client). The GAL is an officer of the court and must maintain independence, conduct him/herself professionally, avoid conflicts of interest and maintain ethical standards, treat all parties with respect, become informed about the case, timely inform the court of relevant information, limit duties to those ordered by the court, inform individuals about his/her role in the case, maintain the parties’ privacy, perform duties in a timely manner, maintain documentation, and keep accurate records.
(This is a Grant-Funded Position) Position is subject to funding.
Works with the Executive Director to ensure proper supervision of Children’s Services staff and tasks. Directly oversees staff in Child Protective Services (CPS), Family Preservation Services (FPS) and Independent Living Skills (ILS) units. Supports the Department’s philosophy of balancing the need to make decisions that are in the best interests of Tribal children with facilitating reunification efforts for Tribal families.
Provide Legal advice and representation to the Per Capita and Representative Payment Program.
Under the general supervision of the Tribal Council, this position conducts research and interviews to gather information for documenting policy and procedure manuals for departmental operations for all entities within the Tribe by performing the following duties. Provides advice to the Tribal Government, the Tribal Council, and various departments and programs of the Tribe to ensure Code, Ordinances, Resolutions, are in compliance with the Tribe’s Constitution and By-Laws and implements the directives of the Tribal Council and Government.
Responsible for planning, organizing, and directing assigned ICW/Child Welfare cases within the Prosecutor’s Office and serves as the Assistant Prosecutor/Juvenile/ICW and Child Welfare Presenting Officer for the Tribe.
NOTE: THIS IS A PART-TIME POSITION – MAXIMUM 20 HOURS PER WEEK
Responsible for protection and security of the Puyallup Tribal buildings and property. Reports all incidents in writing to the Security Manager and any criminal activity to both the Security Manager and the Puyallup Tribal Police Department.
Assorted temporary postions which can change on a monthly or seasonal basis.