Office of the President

Human Resources

The Human Resources Department provides a personnel policy that is fair and effective for employees and management. We strive to increase the promotions of Quinault tribal members into positions within the QIN utilizing Career Development and training. We strive to hire the best - qualified person for each vacant position, abide by all employment laws and policies that affect the QIN, assist managemetn in the interpretation of policies and procedures and maintain personnel records for all QIN employees.


Raven Bryson, HR manager
Phone: 360-276-8215 Ext: 4610
Fax: 360-276-4191
rbryson@quinault.org

Contact Raven Bryson information regarding job openings.
Click here for: QIN application
Click here for: current job openings PDF file
Email applications to:
jobs@quinault.org


Job Openings: feb 20th, 2018

Applications and job descriptions are available by contacting Human Resources. Employment offers are conditional on passing drug test, criminal records, or background check. The Nation supports Quinault Preference in all hiring.

A completed QIN Application must be received by the close of business on the closing date listed in order to be considered for a position.

Please attach a copy of any permits, licenses, certifications to your application that pertain to the position you are applying for!

TANF Youth Advocate – CLOSE 2/28/18
Assists youth in navigating their school and career field by helping youth meet their goals. Youth advocate will provide outreach and advocacy appropriate services to youth and families by maintaining regular contact with youth, monitoring progress towards reaching individual services goals. Youth Advocate is responsible for monitoring the TANF youth to ensure they are in school and making progress. Works with families to ensure basic needs of the child are being met by assisting with referrals to resources advocating with schools, other agencies, and the juvenile courts to assist the child with becoming a successful adult. The positon requires casework, data input, and school visits to outlying schools. Works closely with TANF Caseworkers to provide service to the youth. Minimum Requirements: 2 years of College and 2-years’ experience working with youth in education or related field and/or college enrollment in a relative field or 1 year in college and enrolled in college working toward your Associates Degree in a closely related field. Supervisor: Edie Brooks

Tech I – Nutrition (40 hours per week) – CLOSE 3/2/18
Senior Program Taholah Meal Site-Kitchen Support/Delivery. Preparation, serving and delivery of Senior Program Meals. Order food and supplies, set and clear tables, record meal counts. Cleaning of kitchen and equipment, ensure that standards of sanitation and safety are met. Operate standard kitchen equipment. Must have a Valid Washington State Driver’s License, Food handlers permit or ability to obtain before employment. Supervisor: Lanada Brown

Tech I – Transportation (20 hours per week) – CLOSE 3/2/18
Senior Program Taholah Meal Site-Kitchen Support/Delivery. Preparations, serving and delivery of Senior Program Meals. Order food and supplies, set and clear tables, record meal counts. Cleaning of kitchen and equipment, ensure that standards of sanitation and safety are met. Operate standard kitchen equipment. Must have a Valid Washington State Driver’s License, Food handlers permit or ability to obtain before employment. Supervisor: Lanada Brown

Administrative Assistant VI TANF: CLOSE 3/2/18
Provide a full range of secretarial services for the TANF Manager. Duties include gathering and drafting or preparing responses to inquiries, typing a variety of material, organizing filing systems and arranging for necessary office services. Must be able to perform high quality work with limited or general supervision. The position requires the use of initiative and good judgment; knowledge and understanding of the Quinault Nation and the TANF’s functions. Requires input of expenses into the Microix system and tracking of all payments. Must have the ability to work in a fast-paced environment and meet deadlines. Must have excellent verbal aptitude and writing ability as well as understanding instructions, numerical aptitude, problem solving, initiative, analytic ability, memory, concentration, and the exercise of good judgment. Must discreetly handle confidential materials. Training and Experience: High school education or GED, or the equivalent combination of education and experience is required. Additional business courses in office practices are desirable. Five years of increasingly responsible experience as a secretary is required. Valid Washington State driver’s license and the ability to work between two office locations each week: Taholah and Hoquiam. Supervisor: Mary Papp

TECH I – ANIMAL CONTROL / CODE ENFORCEMENT ASSISTANT – CLOSE 03/02/18
Performs day to day activities of animal control and enforces QIN policies related to leash law, Licensing,
Public Nuisance animals and dangerous animals. Issues animal license upon receipt from the QIN revenue department. Cites owners for loose, unlicensed dogs if known. Keeps records and files. May attend public meetings or school functions to help educate the public in regards to the animal control ordinances. Must have: High school education or GED equivalent, Valid Washington State Driver’s License, Must be able to pass a background check, Desired: Animal control or animal care experience, Veterinary clinic experience, License for use of euthanasia pharmaceuticals. Supervisor: J Mulhauser

ARNP (Adv. Registered Nurse Practitioner)
– CLOSE 3/2/18
Assess and manage a wide variety of illnesses, abnormalities and health care problems from initial evaluation through termination of treatment, to include the prevention of illness, restoration and/or maintenance of health. Provide comprehensive care and preventive and therapeutic health services to individuals, families and community. Secure a health and developmental history from the patient or parent; systematically and accurately record findings and critically evaluates same. Perform complete physical examinations. Discriminate between normal and abnormal findings to identify early states of serious physical, emotional or mental problems. Identify and manage specific illnesses under established protocols. Provide in-depth newborn and well-baby care. Provide surveillance of adherence to medical regimens for stabilized chronically ill persons. Provide health care and preventive services to healthy individuals, including guidance in nutrition, common illnesses, accidents, child growth, and development and child rearing. Teach patients and families ways to maintain or improve their health status. Evaluate total health care needs of patients and with the parent, develop plans to meet these needs. Training and Experience: Valid Washington State license to practice as a registered nurse, Current certification from an approved national certification program (American Nurses Association) verifying completion of an advanced education program in the area of specialty. Possession of a current designation as an Advance Registered Nurse Practitioner in the State of Washington. An ARNP with prescriptive authority may be required. Additional knowledge and/or abilities that may be required: CPT training, School health education, Diabetes management, Developmental disability training, Program development and research methods, Childbirth instructor training, Lactation consultant training, Vaccine and immunization training and theory, Master’s degree in nursing, public health or community health nursing. Supervisor: Aliza Brown

Nurse Practitioner (Pediatric) – CLOSE 3/2/18
Assess and manage a wide variety of illnesses, abnormalities and health care problems from initial evaluation through termination of treatment, to include the prevention of illness, restoration and/or maintenance of health. Manage Maternal Child Health Program and provide professional nursing services directed at preventive health programs for prenatal, infants, children and postpartum women; provide education, counseling, case management, and follow-up services at the clinic, in the office, or in the field to provide health services and education that will promote the development of healthy children and mothers that is long lasting, thus contributing to a healthy community. Establish standards of performance utilizing Maternal Child Health Guidelines in consultation with allied professional staff for technical assistance and guidance. Training and Experience: Valid Washington State license to practice as a registered nurse, Current certification from an approved national certification program (American Nurses Association) verifying completion of an advanced education program in the area of specialty. Possession of a current designation as an Advance Registered Nurse Practitioner in the State of Washington. An ARNP with prescriptive authority may be required. Additional knowledge and/or abilities that may be required: CPT training, School health education, Diabetes management, Developmental disability training, Program development and research methods, Childbirth instructor training, Lactation consultant training, Vaccine and immunization training and theory, Master’s degree in nursing, public health or community health nursing. Supervisor: Aliza Brown

TECH II- Recreation – CLOSE 03/02/18
Assists Recreation Supervisor in the organization, direction, and implementation of community recreational, social, cultural, and athletic activities for the QIN. Provide consultation to community groups on recreational activities and cultural events with a strong emphasis on youth and elderly programs. Minimum Requirements: High School/GED, Valid Washington State Driver’s License, 1-year of professional recreation experience. Appropriate license or certification such as a Water Safety Instructor or equivalent issued by the American Red Cross or YM/WCA may also be required (this can be acquired while on the job). Supervisor: Julian Peterson

OBESITY/NUTRITION EDUCATOR - CLOSE 03/09/18
Provide nutrition education services for youth and families to encourage adopting healthy food practices and active lifestyles throughout the Quinault Indian Nation (QIN). Manage and assist in writing/planning childhood obesity grants. Plan, schedule and deliver basic nutrition classes, food demonstrations, and other activities necessary to meet the objectives of the childhood obesity program. Provide and coordinate one-on-one nutrition consulting with parents and child to develop a wellness plan. Work with the fitness and wellness team to achieve a dietary and fitness plan. Must have: Registered Dietitian with a bachelor's degree in Nutrition or Dietetics related field and minimum 2 years’ experience in Nutrition. community nutrition. Registered Dietitian (RD) license. Valid Washington State driver's license. CPR card. Supervisor: T Harrington

SPECIALIST V - NUTRITION - CLOSE 03/09/18
Provide professional nutrition consultation services through education, counseling and program consultation throughout the Quinault Indian reservation, work with the WIC program to provide administrative services, supervise program staff members, willing to learn about traditional food practices. Must have: Master’s degree in public health or community nutrition, OR bachelor’s degree with major study in public health, community nutrition, or dietetics; AND 2 years’ experience in nutrition and food services management. Registered as a Dietitian by the American Dietetic Association or registration eligible. Valid Washington State driver’s license. Supervisor: N Underwood-Jackson

FORESTER (7,8,9) – CLOSE 03/09/18
Timber sale preparation or sale administration duties on approximately 160,000 acres of QIR Land that produces over 45 million board feet of timber annually. Require to work in rugged terrain and inclement weather. Must have a bachelor’s degree (BS) with major study in forest management or related natural resources filed or an AAS degree in related discipline plus 3 year or applicable professional experience, Valid Washington, State Driver’s License, appointment will be subject to successful completion of background security investigation. Supervisor: Eric North

Tech V-Surveillance – CLOSE 3/9/18:
Performs all duties and responsibilities as set by the Quinault Tribal Gaming Agency. Provide loss control by observing and reporting criminal or unusual activity to ensure the integrity of the gaming enterprise at the QBRC. Observe and document casino activity pertaining to violations of law, compliance with the Quinault–State of Washington Compact, Title 70, National Indian Gambling Commission Minimum Internal Controls and the QBRC’s system of internal controls. Generate case reports as necessary. Protect QIN property/assets, and maintain confidentiality with regard to agency business. Availability to work various shifts is required. Qualifications: Demonstrated knowledge of casino card games; proficient written and oral communication skills; computer skills with word processing and databases; customer service experience; obtain and maintain a Tribal Gaming License; 21 years of age; and valid Washington driver’s license. QIN Preference Observed, HS Diploma/GED; continued education or training certificates; and investigative experience. Supervisor: Tim Frank

TEMPORARY ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT – CLOSE 02/27/18:
his is a senior level classification with a wide variety of responsibilities for providing administrative support and clerical assistance to a department director or division manager. Provides Para-professional administrative and staff assistance by reviewing, controlling, prioritizing and coordinating the work of departmental/divisional professional staff; or performs technical work which is directly delegated from and in support of the director/manager and department/division program(s). Administrative Assistant duties require special judgement, skills, training and/or experience. Minimum Requirements: High school graduation or GED equivalent, Three years of clerical or administrative experience, Education mayh substitute year for year in related field. Supervisor: Aliza Brown

LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE (LPN) - CLOSE 02/23/18
Provide practical nursing services for family practice clinic. Collect vital signs on patients prior to visit with the provider. Observe record and report the general condition of patients. Collect samples such as urine, blood, and sputum, etc. from patients for testing and perform routine laboratory tests on samples. Must have: Possession of a valid license to practice within the State of Washington and two years of experience as a Licensed Practical Nurse. Supervisor: P Baron

COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSE RN - CLOSE 02/23/18
To provide patient and family focused community health nursing care in homes, clinic, schools and community settings. Uses knowledge from nursing, social and public health sciences to promote and protect the health of the population trough the performance of core community health functions and the delivery of essential community health services. May function as a generalist Community Health Nurse or be assigned specific – population, based on identified needs of the program. Requires the ability to work independently. Must have: BA in Nursing from an accredited school. Graduation from a diploma school or an AA program with two years of professional nursing experience in a public health nurse program or related field may substitute. Must possess current state registered nurse license in the State of Washington, Current CPR, WA driver's license. Two years of professional Public Health Nursing or related field. Other combinations of experience and/or trainings which can demonstrate to the result in the possession of knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to perform the duties of this position will also be considered.
Supervisor: P Baron

SEASONAL FISHERIES TECHS IN QUEETS – CLOSE 02/23/18
Fisheries needs up to 25 seasonal workers in Queets from March through July 2018. First hiring wave will be 02/21/18. Applications are accepted throughout the season to create a roster. Personnel will be activated from this roster as needed. Rate of pay is $11.50 - $13.65 per hour DOQ, up to 40 hours per week. Must be drug free and be willing to submit a UA. Desired qualifications include: enrolled Quinault Tribal member; prior fisheries experience; valid Driver’s License; history of reliability; capable of strenuous activity; willing to work a flexible schedule including nights and weekends. For more info, call Larry Parker at 360-962-3331, Theresa Butler at 360-962-2051, or Human Resources at 360-276-8211. You may pick up and submit applications at Queets Fisheries Bldg., Queets Tribal Office, or Taholah HR Office. You may call the Taholah HR office to check if you already have an application on file or if you need to complete a new application. Supervisor: L Parker

FISHERIES ENFORCEMENT OFFICER – CLOSE 02/23/18
Main duty will be fisheries enforcement. This is a law enforcement position and applicants are required to have the minimum qualifications required for all law enforcement positions by the Quinault Indian Nation. This position will provide enforcement patrols of the areas that the QIN regulates for hunting for tribal members, both on and off the reservation. Basic police training and/or previous law enforcement experience preferred. Must have HS Diploma/GED; be at least 21 years old on commissioning; able to pass background check, drug, psychological, and polygraph tests. Must have no prior felony or domestic violence arrests, and no substance abuse convictions. Must have valid WA state driver’s license and good driving record, and have completed or be able to complete a certified law enforcement academy within 12 months. Applicant must be in good physical condition, able to patrol by foot and/or vehicle as needed, and must be able to complete basic law enforcement training within one year of employment if applicant has no previous training. Knowledge of hunting areas and roadways, both on and off the reservation, is required. Supervisor: J Eison

DISPATCH/CORRECTIONS OFFICER TECH VI — CLOSE 02/23/18
Duties include maintain security of small jail facility, answer emergency & non-emergency phone lines, dispatch appropriate emergency personnel, and maintain radio contact with personnel. Must be able to multitask, prioritize & make decisions quickly & adhere to strict confidentiality policies. Entry-level position must be 21 years of age with HS diploma/GED, background clearance. Basic telecommunication training course & corrections academy provided. Supervisor: R Belcher

CALL POSITIONS:
 Receptionist
 Custodian
 Day Care or Head Start Aide/Cook*
 Senior Program Asst/Cook*
**Cooks must have food handler’s card

 
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