Human Resources

(218) 335-3698 Phone
(800) 631-5528 Toll-free
(218) 335-3697 Fax
llhr@llbo.org

Mailing Address
190 Sailstar Drive NW
Cass Lake, MN 56633

Physical Address
16126 John Moose Drive
Cass Lake, MN 56633

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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LLBO Government Employment Opportunities

How to apply for employment with Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe:

  • Apply in person at the Human Resources office. We are located in the Facility Center.
    • Facility Center
      16526 John Moose Drive
      Cass Lake, MN
  • Download an Application by clicking on the Employment Application link below. After filling it out:
    • Print and hand deliver it to Human Resources;
    • Print and fax it to Human Resources at (218) 335-3697; or
    • Print and mail it to Human Resources at 190 Sailstar Drive, Cass Lake, MN 56633
Employment Application
If you are applying for employment with the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe you must submit an Employment Application.

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You may need to submit more than the Employment Application to be considered for a position with Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe.

  • Please submit cover letter, resume, credentials, 3 reference letters and transcripts for postions requiring a degree above a high school diploma or GED.
  • Please check to see if you need to submit a Background Release Form or a Request of Check for Driving Record Form with your Employment Application. This is based on the position you are applying for and you will find this information in the Job Summary below.
  • Copy of Drivers License is required for positions requiring a MVR
Background Check Form (BCA)
If the position you are applying for is considered Safety Sensitive & listed in the Job Summary as "Must pass a criminal background check", please fill out the BCA Background Release Form and submit it with your application.

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Request for Check for Driving Record
If the position you are applying for requires you to submit a Request of Check for Driving Record Form, please submit the following form with your application.

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Summary of Job Openings

  • Summary of Job Openings is updated weekly.
  • Leech Lake Band Member preference, MCT, and other Native American preference applies.
  • You may request a complete job description for any position listed.
  • All positions require a valid Minnesota drivers license, current or be insurable (unless otherwise stated).
  • Human Resources must receive your application documents before or no later than 4:30pm on the date the position is scheduled to close.
  • Late applications received after 4:30pm will NOT be accepted. Thank you.
  • Call 218-335-3698 or toll free 1-800-631-5528 for more information.
Summary of Job Openings
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Publication Date: April 16, 2018

THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS CLOSE APRIL 27, 2018

Intake Assessment Mental Health Case Manager ~ Human Services ~ D.O.Q. ~ Job Code: 18-052
VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM
Summary: This position will provide Intake and Assessment services to children and adults who are in need of mental health services and reside on or near the Leech Lake Reservation.
Education/Experience:
Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, counseling, or related field. Prefer Licensed Social Worker. Completion of Target Case Manager training within one year of hire.
Duties/Responsibilities: Receives referrals for needed mental health services from a variety of sources, including self-referrals, child welfare, schools, and inpatient hospitals. Provides program specific information to potential clients and referring sources. Screens calls for needed crisis intervention services and consults with clinical supervisor or Mental Health Professional regarding appropriate course of action. Assists children and adults in obtaining a comprehensive diagnostic assessment to determine necessary services to improve client’s mental wellbeing and overall functioning.

Child Welfare Department Manager ~ Human Services ~ D.O.Q. ~ Job Code: 18-051
VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM
Summary: The Child Welfare Department Manager is responsible for effective and efficient operation of the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe Child Welfare Program.
Education/Experience:
Master’s Degree in Social Work (MSW). Business Management (MBA) or related field preferred. Five (5) years’ experience in Human Services or Business Management field. Five (5) years administrative management experience. Five (5) years’ experience in fiscal management. Five (5) years of supervisory experience. Five (5) years’ experience in planning service delivery activities for American Indian children and families. Experience in Microsoft office applications.
Duties/Responsibilities: Manage and direct the implementation of the infrastructure for the Child Welfare Department including data collection and reporting personnel, financial management, training foster care licensing, child protection, family preservation and service delivery programming. Ensure the development and implementation of program policies and procedures take place in an efficient manner. Establish and facilitate activities for the Child Welfare Commission.

Secretary ~ Tribal Development ~ D.O.Q. ~ Job Code: 18-050
VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM
Summary: Responsible for administrative and clerical support to the Tribal Development staff.
Education/Experience:
High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (G.E.D). Minimum of three years of support staff experience.
Duties/Responsibilities: Receive and screen telephone calls/visitors and refer to appropriate staff. Responsible for all income and outgoing correspondence. Maintain office files and database. Assist in preparing quarterly report. Assist in research and writing of grants as well as other reports. Order and maintain office supplies.

Case Manager (2) ~ Human Services ~ D.O.Q. ~ Job Code: 18-049
VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM
Summary: Responsible for providing comprehensive case management services to children and families who are involved in, or is at risk to be in the child welfare system.
Education/Experience:
Bachelor's Degree in Social Work (BSW) or other Human Services related field is required, Associate's Degree in Human Services may be considered, only if currently enrolled in an accredited post-secondary educational institute, working towards Bachelor's level degree and degree is obtained within two years. Minimum requirement is AA in Human Services Field required with Case Supervision required.
Duties/Responsibilities: Familiarity with the Human Services programs and surrounding county social service agencies is required or willingness to learn. Manage a potentially high client case load of families residing within the Reservation boundaries. Develop case plan with families and monitor to ensure goals are achieved. Provide support and motivation to families in reaching their goals. Work individually with families on parenting issues and building parenting skills.

Police Officer (2) ~ DPS ~ $21.00/hr. ~ Job Code: 18-048
VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM
Summary: Police Officers protect life and property, preserve the peace, prevent offenses, detect and apprehend offenders and help those in need of assistance.
Education/Experience:
No previous Law Enforcement experience required. Must have successfully completed; Basic Police Training Program and/or program provided by a Federal Law Enforcement Training Center.
Duties/Responsibilities: Enforcement of Federal Laws, State of Minnesota Statutes and traffic laws, Beltrami, Cass, Hubbard and Itasca County laws, Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe Laws and Ordinances including Traffic Code, Curfew. Patrol assigned areas within the Reservation, including all communities, housing areas, roadways and waterways, federal and tribal buildings on foot or in vehicles to check security of property and watch for unusual activity. Maintain daily log sheets, reports, investigations, citations etc.

Receptionist File Clerk ~ Human Services/T. R ~ $12.00/hr. ~ Job Code: 18-047
Summary: Greet visitors and employees, answer inquires made by phone and in person, as well as general clerical duties, as well as participate in intake interviews when appropriate.
Education/Experience:
High School diploma or equivalent or ability to obtain in determined amount of time.
Duties/Responsibilities: Receives and screens telephone calls and visitors and refers to appropriate staff. Greets all visitors courteously, determines their needs, and directs them to the proper person and/or office. Responsible for all incoming and outgoing correspondence.

Land Use Administrator ~ DRM ~ D.O.Q. ~ Job Code: 18-019B
VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM
Summary: Responsible for performing various functions in the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe’s Land Department as it relates to surface and subsurface leasing, permitting and rights-of-way, land acquisition and disposal, trust estates, planning and implementation of land use ordinances; in order to maximize utilization of Indian lands, generate revenue, assure all land transactions are advantageous to the Indian landowner and promote trust land consolidation activities.
Education/Experience:
Bachelor’s Degree in Business or two years’ professional experience in land related field.
Duties/Responsibilities: Consult and cooperate with the Land Use Committee during its study of the Reservation’s land use needs and development of the Official Tribal Land Use Comprehensive Plan and development of the official Tribal Land Use Map. Provide a monthly report listing all permits applied for and the status of each to the Land Use Committee. Issue or deny Building Permits according to the provisions of this Ordinance

THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS CLOSE APRIL 20, 2018

Grants & Contracts Manager ~ Tribal Development ~ D.O.Q. ~ Job Code: 18-046
VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM
Summary: Responsible for researching funding sources for the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe, including but not limited to grant request for proposals; dissemination to division directors; tracking applications through the preparation and submission process; review with the Tribal Development Team, incoming grant applications and prepare for appropriate authorizations/signature(s); monitoring the database of current funds and programs.
Education/Experience:
Bachelor’s Degree preferred, will consider High School Diploma or GED with technical education and/or work experience in grants and contracts is required. Experience in fiscal management, program operations, records management, computer systems/software and accounting/bookkeeping procedures.
Duties/Responsibilities: Research additional funding sources for special projects as required. Maintain active and pending grant listings. Maintain and forward to division directors, daily, a listing of RFPs from governmental sources, foundations and corporations. Maintain and coordinate a grant application checklist on each grant submission.

Ball Club Infant Toddler Teacher ~ Education ~ $12.00/hr. ~ Job Code: 18-045
BCA REQUIRED
Summary: This position is responsible for helping to ensure that the classrooms contribute to the growth and development of each child.
Education/Experience:
High School Diploma or equivalent is required. Enroll in and attain an Infant/Toddler CDA within first year of employment.
Duties/Responsibilities: Communicate effectively with others, including giving and receiving feedback on the quality of services provided. Promoting child development and school readiness skills in all domains; language, literacy, science, creative arts, physical and health, approaches to learning, social-emotional, logic and reasoning, mathematics knowledge and skills, social studies knowledge and skills. Implement Creative Curriculum and Ojibwe Culture into the classroom.

THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS ARE OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Economic/Community Development Manager ~ Tribal Development ~ D.O.Q. ~ Job Code: 18-043
VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM
Summary: Responsible for coordination and oversight of assigned economic and community development activities. Responsible for structuring activities and management if related budgets, personal, project timelines, grants, contracts and reports.
Education/Experience:
BA or MBA degree in Business, Urban Planning or related field. Experience in project development and management, financing, small business/real estate development, etc. Banking and/or financing experience preferred.
Duties/Responsibilities: Project development and management. Business analysis. Monitor business activity. Develop loan and funding proposals. Develop project proposals including budgets and cost projections. Seek resource/funding for business and project developments. Establish relationships with relevant private sector and public agencies. Reviews reports and records to ensure progress is being accomplished.

Cass Lake Infant Toddler Teacher ~ Education ~ $12.00/hr. ~ Job Code: 18-042
Onigum Infant Toddler Teacher ~ Education ~ $12.00/hr. ~ Job Code: 18-041

BCA REQUIRED
Summary: This position is responsible for helping to ensure that the classrooms contribute to the growth and development of each child.
Education/Experience:
High School Diploma or equivalent is required. Equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered. Enroll in and attain an Infant/Toddler CDA within first year of employment.
Duties/Responsibilities: Assist with preparation of weekly lesson plans, material needs, monthly newsletters, etc. Plan appropriate activities based on each individual child’s needs. Utilize developmentally appropriate practices and guidance. Effectively mainstream children with special needs into the program and utilize Developmentally Appropriate Practices & guidance.

Seasonal Invasive Species Crew Member (6) ~ DRM ~ $13.00/hr. ~ Job Code: 18-028
VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM REQUIRED
Summary: Responsible for assisting the DRM Botanist or Crew Leader with a multitude of projects throughout the field season. Many of these projects deal with the control of invasive species found within the Leech Lake Reservation and Chippewa National Forest.
Education/Experience:
Interest and experience in the control of non-native invasive species. Preference for individuals who are pursuing an A.S. or B.S. degree in Natural Resources Management, Biology, Forestry or equivalent studies
Duties/Responsibilities: Complete work and tasks in a timely manner as directed by the LLDRM Botanist or Crew Leader. Follow strict protocol for field work to insure goals are being achieved. Assist in the implementation of habitat enhancement projects for plants and/or wildlife on the reservation. Keep an accurate daily log of field activities.

Seasonal Biological Tech. Crew Leader (2) ~ DRM ~ $14.00/hr. ~ Job Code: 18-027
VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM REQUIRED
Summary: Responsible for assisting the DRM Botanist with a multitude of projects throughout the field season. Many of these projects deal with the control of invasive species found within the Leech Lake Reservation and Chippewa National Forest.
Education/Experience:
Preference for individuals who have a B.S. degree in Natural Resources Management, Biology, Forestry or equivalent studies. Proven experience as a good crew leader is also desired.br /> Duties/Responsibilities: Work under the direction of DRM Botanist to implement a variety of control methods for invasive species (mechanical control, bio-control release, etc.). Collect field data for the purpose of progress reports, plus maintain a daily log of activities.

Journalist ~ Public Relations ~ D.O.Q ~ Job Code: 18-024
VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM REQUIRED
Summary: Research, document, write, and publish news articles and features on a daily, weekly and monthly basis in an honest, ethical, and unbiased way. Attend and provide coverage of a variety of events relevant to the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe.
Education/Experience:
Associates or Bachelor's degree in Journalism or Communications preferred. Requires a minimum of High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (G.E.D). Minimum one year full-time professional news reporting experience preferred. Photography experience preferred.
Duties/Responsibilities: Prepares; news stories, press releases, media advisories and features for newspaper publication, website and other sources of media. Create and publish media for divisions, businesses and programs. Writing copy for publication on a tight deadline. Interviewing people in a wide range of circumstances. Follow events and lobby actions that affect “Indian Country”.

Onigum Custodial Maintenance Supervisor ~ DPW ~ D.O.Q. ~ Job Code: 18-022
VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM REQUIRED AND BCA REQUIRED
Summary: To provide continuity in supervision and the expertise for the buildings, systems and grounds maintenance.
Education/Experience:
High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (G.E.D). Six months to one year of general experience. General custodial, maintenance, general carpentry and building experience required. One to three years’ supervisory experience.
Duties/Responsibilities: Performs maintenance and troubleshoots all building systems, utilizing mechanical carpentry, plumbing, painting, basic electrical, masonry, plaster and sheetrock skills. Performs maintenance and troubleshoots all heating and cooling systems. Participates in off-shift and weekend emergency maintenance coverage as needed.

Claims Specialist ~ Finance ~ D.O.Q. ~ Job Code: 18-018
VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM REQUIRED
Summary: Responsible for thoroughly investigating personal injury, auto, medical, property damage, and accident claims in coordination with insurance adjusters and third party administrators.
Education/Experience:
Requires a minimum of a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, Finance, Accounting, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Duties/Responsibilities: Responsible for supporting the Risk and Insurance Manager with the help of the Insurance Clerk. Manage the organization’s claim submission, analysis, and completion process. Help determine whether organization liability exists and consult in-house legal as needed. Assure merited and unmerited claims are effectively managed. Maintain an excellent working relationship with organization’s customers, employees, divisions, and outside insurance vendors.

PT EMT ~ Health ~ D.O.Q. ~ Job Code: 18-017
VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM AND BCA REQUIRED
Summary: To adequately staff the ambulance service with certified Emergency Medical Technicians and to provide 24-hour medical services.
Education/Experience:
High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (G.E.D). Hold current certification or documentation in a Department of Transportation approved Emergency Vehicle Operators course or complete within 3 months of hire. Must complete within 3 months of hire all advanced life support variances that are part of the ambulance service protocol.
Duties/Responsibilities: Adhere to ambulance policies, procedures, standing orders and protocols. Adhere to policies governing staff conduct. Work a minimum of four (4) scheduled shifts per month at part-time status or 32 hours per week minimum full-time status. Attend all scheduled and unscheduled in-service sessions and staff meetings.

YouthBuild Construction Manager ~ Education ~ D.O.Q. ~ Job Code: 18-013
VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM AND BCA REQUIRED
Summary: Assist in the daily operations of the program including supporting youth and facilitating coordination of the education, construction, case management, life skills, job placement and leadership components of the program to meet YouthBuild participant needs.
Education/Experience:
Minimum of three years’ professional journey level construction experience required. Knowledge of OSHA regulations and First Aid and CPR training preferred.
Duties/Responsibilities: Work with the YouthBuild Coordinator to strengthen local relationships and develop partnerships for further broadening YouthBuild participant opportunities. Coordinate with Leech Lake programs and entities to develop a detailed construction plan and schedule, material needs and other information as required and keep them informed of construction progress and challenges. Identify leadership development and community service opportunities located within the Leech Lake community.

Cass Lake Pre School Teacher ~ Education ~ $12.00/hr. ~ Job Code: 18-008
BCA REQUIRED
Summary: This position is responsible to work as a team to ensure the safety of children and that the classrooms contribute to the growth and development of each child.
Education/Experience:
High School Diploma or equivalent is required. Enroll in and attain a CDA within first year of employment. CDL recommended to obtain and will be compensated for acquiring.
Duties/Responsibilities: Assist with preparation of weekly lesson plans, material needs, monthly newsletters, etc. Utilize developmentally appropriate practices and guidance. Effectively mainstream children with special needs into the program and utilize Developmentally Appropriate Practices & guidance.

Diabetes Program Registered Dietician ~ Health ~ D.O.Q. ~ Job Code: 18-003
VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM REQUIRED AND BCA REQUIRED Summary: This position will raise awareness of healthy nutrition on the LLR to the highest level possible by managing or preventing nutrition-related diseases along with a strong focus on pre-diabetes, diabetes, heart disease, obesity and cancer.
Education/Experience:
Bachelor’s Degree in Dietetics required. Must be a Registered Dietitian licensed in the State of Minnesota is required. Training and certification in safe food handling or the ability to acquire within 1 year preferred. Experience in diabetes care and delivering diabetes education preferred.
Duties/Responsibilities: Provide assistance with development of educational materials for clients and health care staff. Provide nutrition consultation, as needed, in tribal health programs, diabetes program, elderly nutrition program, head-start programs, day care centers, tribal schools, food programs and WIC programs as they relate to diabetes prevention and management.

Mental Health Case Manager ~ Human Services ~ D.O.Q. ~ Job Code: 17-202
VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM REQUIRED Summary: This position will provide Mental Health Targeted Case Management services to American Indian families who have children in need of mental health services and reside on or near the Leech Lake Reservation. This position will work to assist in the improvement of the social and psychological functioning of children and their families and to maximize the family well-being and the academic functioning of children.
Education/Experience:
Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, counseling, or related field. Prefer Licensed Social Worker. Completion of Target Case Manager training within one year of hire.
Duties/Responsibilities: Assists the child and the child’s family in obtaining needed mental health services by coordinating with the family and other agencies to assure collaboration of services, effectiveness of services, and continuity of care. Determines need, eligibility, and level of needed services, and provides referral to appropriate providers. Assists in the application for Medical Assistance.

(2) Program Accountant ~ Finance ~ D.O.Q. ~ Job Code: 17-180, 18-012
Summary: Provide dependable financial service to the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe through expertise and practical procedures for processing and maintaining sound financial records.
Education/Experience:
Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) in Finance or Accounting or; Two-year degree in Finance or Accounting and four years related work experience or; High School diploma or equivalent (G.E.D.) with a minimum of six years’ work experience in Finance or Accounting.
Duties/Responsibilities: Assists the Accounting Team Leader in recording and maintaining accurate general ledger balances and proper recording of revenue recognition. Perform closeouts on special revenue funds to include general journal entries, disbursement vouchers, and submitting financial status reports to funding agencies. Reconcile balance sheet control accounts to subsidiary records and to verify that financial statements are accurate and issued in a timely manner.

Maternal Child Health Nurse (3) ~ Health ~ $28.00/hr. ~ Job Code: 17-178
VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM AND BCA REQUIRED
Summary: Works with women (prenatal and post-partum) at the highest risk for having poor birth outcomes; providing home visits, acting as a referral source for clients, making physical assessments, screening for risk factors and setting goals for the client with follow-up made through the first three years of the child’s life.
Education/Experience: Licensed Registered Nursing or Public Health Nursing Certification is required. Prefer experience in Public Health but are willing to train for position.
Duties/Responsibilities: Provide high quality health care services and ensure accessibility and availability of health services. Provides services for identified prenatal population of the Leech Lake Reservation. Make contact with mothers at high risk for poor birth outcomes through prenatal clinics, referral sources & community services.

PT Community Health Representative ~ Health ~ $11.00/hr. ~ Job Code: 17-171
VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM AND BCA REQUIRED
Summary: Provision of individual assessment, therapeutic and follow-up services.
Education/Experience: High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (G.E.D). Within first year of employment you must successfully complete the online CHR Basic Training Course.
Duties/Responsibilities: Provide transportation to medical appointments for dialysis, cancer, elder, diabetic and handicapped clients. Provide monitoring and assessment on a daily basis through home contacts in individual service areas.

Mental Health Clinical Trainee (2) ~ Human Services ~ D.O.Q. ~ Job Code: 17-157
VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM
Summary: Services are based on individual, child, and family needs and are offered at varying levels of involvement, such as crisis intervention, individual and family counseling sessions, school based services, family and community support services, and mental health assessments.
Education/Experience: Master Degree in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology, or related field and on track for licensure as a Mental Health Professional. Licensed Graduate Social Worker (L.G.S.W.) or Licensed Professional Counselor (L.P.C.) preferred.
Duties/Responsibilities: Accepts and follow through with referral, evaluates client physical and/or mental condition based on review of client information. Administers assessment tools for diagnosis to understand client psychological needs and identify appropriate client services under the supervision of a mental health professional.

Mental Health Professional (2) ~ Human Services ~ D.O.Q. ~ Job Code: 17-156
VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM
Summary: Responsible for providing direct mental health services, including psychotherapy, with an emphasis on individuals and families, using various treatment modalities and skills to produce social, psychological, emotional, and spiritual well-being. May provide clinical supervision and coordinate grant funded therapeutic activities.
Education/Experience: Master’s degree or Ph.D. in Psychology, Marriage & Family Therapy, Counseling, or Social Work and three (3) years’ experience in the mental health field required. Must be a Licensed Psychologist (LP), Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) required.  Must be eligible for tribal licensure within 3 months of hire required. 
Duties/Responsibilities: Completes initial assessment and reviews client history, including medical and family background and related environment.  Provides comprehensive DSM standard diagnostic assessment. Certified or eligible to become certified to provide DC 0-3 assessments for children ages four and under.

WIC Nutrition Counselor ~ Health ~ D.O.Q. ~ Job Code: 17-150
VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM AND BCA REQUIRED
Summary: Responsible for preforming duties in a community based clinical setting related to the certification of clients for the Minnesota Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program. The Nutrition Counselor will also be responsible for offering support, education about breastfeeding, and nutrition.
Education/Experience: Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited institution with a major in any of the following: nutritional sciences; community nutrition; clinical nutrition; dietetics; public health nutrition; or related field. Registered Dietitian (RD) or Diet Technician Registered (DTR) required. Registered Nurse (RN) licensed in Minnesota, or ability to attain licensure in Minnesota within 60 days, will also be considered.
Duties/Responsibilities: Duties would include assessments, counseling, referrals, promotion, and education in breastfeeding and nutrition. Conduct certifications for pregnant and postpartum women, infants, and children up 5 years of age. Take anthropometric measurements of WIC participants. Accurately assess nutritional needs and make recommendations consistent with sound nutritional practice and client's ability to implement.

Custodial Grounds Crew Driver (2) ~ DPW/FM ~ $10.25/hr. ~ Job Code: 17-139
VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM AND BCA REQUIRED
Summary: Responsible to provide safe, clean and properly functioning buildings and grounds of the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe facilities and property for guests and staff.
Education/Experience: High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (G.E.D) preferred. Six months to one year of general experience.
Duties/Responsibilities: Performs grounds care, including but not limited to, mowing, trimming, edging, pruning, fertilizing, watering, reseeding, applying fungicides, herbicides, insecticides and sterilants; sweeping walks and drives; patching parking lots and drives; repairing signs, snow removal, spreading sand, salt or ice melt.

Family Service Advocate ~ Education ~ $12.00/hr. ~ Job Code: 17-098C
VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM AND BCA REQUIRED
Summary: Responsible for providing opportunities for parents to empower themselves to become self-sufficient by assessing their needs.
Education/Experience:High School Diploma or equivalent (G.E.D.) is required.
Duties/Responsibilities: Be familiar with current Head Start Performance Standards and the Leech Lake Center Based licensing requirements, Utilize developmentally appropriate practices and guidance. Attend Family Service Advisory Committee meetings and also attend parent meetings if requested. Prepare and submit weekly and monthly written reports as directed by supervisor.

Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner ~ Human Services ~ D.O.Q. ~ Job Code: 17-090
VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM
Summary: Responsible for providing diagnoses, medication, and med management for LL Behavioral Health clients, ages 7-adult, as well as providing education and outreach when requested and approved by supervisor.
Education/Experience: Masters or doctoral prepared graduate of an accredited school of nursing and/or nurse practitioner program in psychiatric mental health.  MN State Registered Nurse (RN) and Nurse Practitioner (NP) license. Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner – Board Certified or Physician Assistant (PA) license and Registration by the Minnesota State Board of Medical Practice. One year or more of mental health care experience preferred in tribally operated or Indian Health Service Programs.
Duties/Responsibilities: Screen and assess LLBH Clients.  Prescribe medication and monitor its effectiveness. Have a current plan of care in the medical record and complete notes in a timely manner. Consult with other medical and clinical providers on a routine basis.

Registered Nurse (on call) (2) ~ Health ~ D.O.Q. ~ Job Code: 17-076
VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM AND BCA REQUIRED
Summary: Provides Public Health Nursing (PHN) services to Native American clients on the Leech Lake Reservation
Education/Experience: Licensure as a Registered Nurse is required; Minnesota State Licensure preferred. Minnesota Licensure must be obtained within 1 year of employment, if Licensure is from another State. Experience in Public Health setting is preferred.
Duties/Responsibilities: Provides group oriented patient education. Creates plan of action for each client/family served. Provides skilled nursing care under physician’s orders.

Tribal Grant Writer ~ Tribal Development ~ D.O.Q. ~ Job Code: 17-068
VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM
Summary: To provide assistance, guidance, and support to the programs sponsored by the Leech Lake Tribal Council in the areas of community and development, as well as grant writing and management.
Education/Experience: Bachelor’s degree in: planning, business or public administration or related field. Experience in grant writing, grant management, program planning and program administration. Experience in tribal government preferred.
Duties/Responsibilities: Responsible for initiating research, conducting studies, developing plans and strategies for Reservation development projects.

Internal Audit Director ~ Administration ~ D.O.Q. ~ Job Code: 16-133
VALID CLASS D DRIVER’S LICENSE, SIGNED MVR FORM
Summary: Works under general direction of the Leech Lake Tribal Council to ensure Departments are in compliance with State and Federal regulations and that policies and procedures are in place and adhered to.
Education/Experience:Bachelor’s degree in: Business, Accounting, Finance. Five (5) plus years accounting experience. Certification as a CPA, CIA, or CMA preferred. One-year experience as an internal auditor or related position.
Duties/Responsibilities: Performs financial, compliance, and operational assigned audits. Prepares work papers in accordance with department standards.