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Operations Specialist / Tribal Housing / Grants

Middletown Rancheria Vallejo, CA

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Job Description

We are looking for an experienced Tribal Grant Housing Director & Roads Coordinator

This is a REMOTE POSITION, but will be required to come into office in Middletown occasionally.

We are looking for an experienced Tribal Operations Manager / Roads Coordinator / Tribal Housing Director / Grants

This is a REMOTE POSITION, but will be required to come into office in Middletown occasionally.

Position Overview:

Middletown Rancheria Housing Director & Roads Coordinator position handles the day-to-day operations of the Tribe’s Housing & Roads Department (Tribal Operations)

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Implement defined projects within the Tribe’s Housing & Roads Department
  • Monitor the housing & roads program budgets and prepare status reports
  • Work effectively and collaboratively with the Tribe’s accounting department for financial reporting of all Federal and State grants, including annual budgets
  • Reviews and analyzes all proposals, contracts to be in compliance with grant requirements and Davis-Bacon requirements
  • Create and maintain all housing & roads files for all Federal and State Grants
  • Provide meaningful reporting to Tribal Council and General Council
  • Attend meetings with Tribal Council and General Council
  • Research and prepare grant applications for housing & roads issues and other projects, as assigned
  • Research, prepare, present and implement effective outreach and public education of housing programs and issues important to our Tribal Community and our Tribal Members
  • Network and coordinate with local, regional, statewide and national organizations regarding housing & roads issues for the benefit of the Tribe

Requirements

  • High school diploma
  • Valid CA Drivers License
  • 5 years of previous related experience.
  • Knowledge and skills necessary for Federal, State, and Native Lands programs, regulations, codes, and ordinances.
  • Knowledge of NEPA and CEQA, preferred training.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office.
  • Bend and lift up to 50 pounds
  • Strong time and project management skills,
  • Strong organizational and public speaking skills,
  • Basic financial management
Company Description
The Middletown Rancheria of Pomo Indians of California (the Tribe was established with the purchase of one hundred eight (108) acres of land, initiated by members of the small Tribe in July of 1910. The Tribe was appropriated by the Congressional Act for California landless Indians in 1906. The original ancestors of the Middletown Rancheria, also known as Lake Miwok Indians, found themselves landless and homeless during 1800, and new corners settled in the area of Middletown and throughout Lake County.
Gaming:
The Casino has been owned and operated by the Middletown Rancheria for 15 years we are located halfway between Calistoga and Lower Lake on Highway 29. In November 1994, the Tribe opened a gaming business, Twin Pine Casino as its first business venture. The facility was comprised of two (2) modular buildings with one hundred and fifty (150) gaming devices.

In January 2001, the Tribe moved out of the modular facility into a tent structure, which offered 12,000 square feet of gaming space, which held five hundred (500) gaming devices and eight (8) table games and Café-style eatery.

In October 2002, the Tribe purchased the Mount St. Helena Brewing Co. which is a microbrewery and restaurant located in Middletown. We are the first Tribe that owns a microbrewery.

In 2007 the Tribe created a working relationship with the Mohegan Tribe located in Connecticut, whom guaranteed financial backing for Middletown to finance a $48 million dollar loan for our Casino Expansion Project. The relationship between our Tribes is part of the overall Native American initiative in the United States for economic self-reliance and an improved sense of community and communication. It also shows the far reach and concern between Native American peoples, stretching across the nation for cultural and economic enrichment for both Tribes.
In November 2008, the Tribe opened the first phase of its permanent Casino expansion with 90,000 square feet of space with over six hundred and eight (608) gaming devices, eleven (11) table games and a poker table and includes the Harvest Players Club, Grapevine Bar and Lounge and Manzanita Restaurant. In March 2009, the Tribe opened its first business venture of a three (3) story, sixty (60) room hotel, which includes three (3) suites on each floor.

Middletown Rancheria

Why Work Here?
Opportunities to work at additional Tribal entities, Flexible schedules, Relaxed environment, Non-Corporate atmosphere, Endless opportunity

The Middletown Rancheria of Pomo Indians of California (the Tribe was established with the purchase of one hundred eight (108) acres of land, initiated by members of the small Tribe in July of 1910. The Tribe was appropriated by the Congressional Act for California landless Indians in 1906. The original ancestors of the Middletown Rancheria, also known as Lake Miwok Indians, found themselves landless and homeless during 1800, and new corners settled in the area of Middletown and throughout Lake County. Gaming: The Casino has been owned and operated by the Middletown Rancheria for 15 years we are located halfway between Calistoga and Lower Lake on Highway 29. In November 1994, the Tribe opened a gaming business, Twin Pine Casino as its first business venture. The facility was comprised of two (2) modular buildings with one hundred and fifty (150) gaming devices. In January 2001, the Tribe moved out of the modular facility into a tent structure, which offered 12,000 square feet of gaming space, which held five hundred (500) gaming devices and eight (8) table games and Café-style eatery. In October 2002, the Tribe purchased the Mount St. Helena Brewing Co. which is a microbrewery and restaurant located in Middletown. We are the first Tribe that owns a microbrewery. In 2007 the Tribe created a working relationship with the Mohegan Tribe located in Connecticut, whom guaranteed financial backing for Middletown to finance a $48 million dollar loan for our Casino Expansion Project. The relationship between our Tribes is part of the overall Native American initiative in the United States for economic self-reliance and an improved sense of community and communication. It also shows the far reach and concern between Native American peoples, stretching across the nation for cultural and economic enrichment for both Tribes. In November 2008, the Tribe opened the first phase of its permanent Casino expansion with 90,000 square feet of space with over six hundred and eight (608) gaming devices, eleven (11) table games and a poker table and includes the Harvest Players Club, Grapevine Bar and Lounge and Manzanita Restaurant. In March 2009, the Tribe opened its first business venture of a three (3) story, sixty (60) room hotel, which includes three (3) suites on each floor.

Address

Middletown

Vallejo, CA
USA
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