Under the general supervision of the Environmental Director, the Environmental Coordinator will develop, implement, and coordinate environmental activities consistent with Rincon Tribe’s goals of environmental justice and stewardship. This position is responsible for providing the administrative and project coordination for environmental and water quality projects as required by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) General Assistance Program (GAP) and Tribal Clean Water Act (CWA) grants.
This position supports all administrative related duties at the professional level to ensure the effective administration of the Rincon Tribal Organization’s Human Resource policies and procedures. Support Human Resources staff in assigned project base work. Coordinates, schedules, and handles both internal and external calls, meetings and training sessions.
The role of Tribal Law Enforcement Officer is highly influential to the efficient functioning of the Rincon Tribal Government. Under general direction of the Tribal Law Enforcement Manager and supervision of the Lead Tribal Law Enforcement Officer, the Tribal Law Enforcement Officer will assist in the implementation of a uniform “Observe and Report” patrol team for the Rincon Reservation.
Under the supervision and direction of the Tribal Historic Preservation Officer (THPO) the Cultural Preservation Coordinator will assist in the administration of the Tribal Historic Preservation Office’s programs, responsibilities and initiatives related to historic and cultural preservation.