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Reentry & Recovery Manager

Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska
Juneau, AK
  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Job Description
Salary: $67,917 - $95,238


Reentry & Recovery Manager



Job Class: Manager

Department: Reentry & Recovery

Type of Position: Exempt

Location of Work: Juneau, AK

Covered Position: Yes

Salary Grade(s): 12-14

Prepared by: T. Woods/R. Helgesen

Hours of Work: M-F, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm

Employment Category: Regular, Full-Time

Effective Date: 12.01.2021



The Reentry & Recovery Manager is responsible for development and operations of Tlingit & Haida’s Reentry and Recovery Department. The Manager will create and expand community and tribal resources for justice-involved individuals and maintain system accountability and oversight of all non-congregate sheltering facilities and Reentry and Recovery programming. Incumbent will work closely with Behavioral Services, Tribal/Wellness Court, Public Safety, and other partners to ensure cohesion in program and development and restorative justice concepts coupled with the values of Tlingit & Haida.



Reports To: Senior Director of Community & Behavioral Services (CBS)

Supervises: Department Staff

Liaison To: Community agencies, State, Federal, Tribal, and non-profit service agencies



  • Responsible for managing all components and daily operations of the Reentry & Recovery Department and facilities
  • Responsible for the development and coordination of program projects and services
  • Responsible for the development, collection, and maintenance of current demographic and statistical information on Alaskans involved in the justice system
  • Responsible for tracking Reentry & Recovery resident data
  • Prepare and submit accurate and timely monthly operational reports
  • Schedule, draft agendas, and facilitate quarterly Community Advisory Board (CAB) meetings
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with the public, governmental and state entities, and tribal program representatives, leadership, and staff
  • Develop and maintain program policies and procedures, ensuring consistency with program objectives and Tribal values
  • Responsible for working with Communications Department on program published materials for dissemination to the community
  • Responsible for community outreach, public presentations, and relationship building opportunities
  • Responsible for tracking and managing incoming revenue from monthly program fees and donations from the community 
  • Develop programs and annual budgets for the operation of the department
  • Responsible for creating financial reports to meet all funding source deadlines
  • Work closely with the Tribal justice system to ensure all developing programs and policies integrate with the advancement of Tribal Courts
  • Responsible for seeking grant opportunities and working with the Grants & Resources Department to develop proposals
  • Develop sustainable strategies to maintain and develop new program services
  • Work with cultural providers and educators to create culturally relevant reentry curriculum
  • Supervise Reentry & Recovery staff including but not limited to hiring, monitoring, coaching, staff development, evaluations, dispute resolution, progressive discipline, and if necessary, termination
  • Other duties as assigned



Spending Authority: Program Budget

Other Authority: N/A



  • Ability to be flexible in a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to analyze and interpret complex information from multiple sources
  • Excellent interpersonal and dispute resolution skills
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills including public speaking
  • Excellent computer skills
  • Working knowledge in non-profit administration and supervision
  • Maintain advanced knowledge of Reentry and Recovery programming
  • Ability to manage priorities in a changing environment with limited information
  • Ability to write, prepare and edit reports, presentation and articles that are clear and concise
  • Ability to defuse emotionally charge situations in a respectful manner
  • Ability to maintain accurate, complete, and confidential records
  • Familiarity in working with trauma and justice-involved individuals
  • Familiarity with Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian cultures


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (education, experience, skills)

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Criminal Justice, or any of the social sciences
  • 5 years of experience as a manager/coordinator or equivalent position
  • 5 years supervisory experience
  • Valid Driver’s License


PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS (education, experience, skills)

  • Master’s Degree in Social Work, Criminal Justice, or any of the social sciences
  • 3 years of experience in the reentry, recovery, or criminal justice field



The majority of work is performed in a professional office setting and is generally sedentary, requiring routine walking, standing, bending, and carrying of items weighing less than 40 lbs.  Travel on small aircraft or ferry may be required.

• All employment at Tlingit & Haida is “at will”. This means that the employee or Tlingit & Haida may terminate employment at any time and for any reason. Unless specified in writing, no term of employment is expressed or implied for this position.
• Tlingit & Haida is a no tolerance workplace. All regular employees may be required to pass a pre-employment and subsequent random drug and alcohol screening to be eligible for and maintain employment.
• Tlingit & Haida requires a criminal background check be conducted on all employees. All employment offers are conditional until federal criminal background check results verify your eligibility to work for Tlingit & Haida.

Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska


Juneau, AK
99801 USA



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