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The Tiwahe Family Advocacy Coordinator is responsible for the planning, development, implementation, continuation, monitoring, and improvement of the Tiwahe Project under the Office of the Attorney General. The Tiwahe Project’s goal is to strengthen American Indian and Native American (Al/AN) communities and families through a tribally driven and culturally relevant service model with an emphasis on intervention and prevention services. The incumbent will be responsible for coordinating project goals and objectives of the BIA’s Tiwahe project with local tribal, federal, state partners and service providers. This individual will also be responsible for working alongside the BIA and the National Tiwahe Coordinator.
Responsibility and Requirements:
Provide project oversight and coordination on the Tribal Tiwahe Project, including but not limited to serving as primary point of contact for the Tribe.
Under the direction of the Attorney General, will coordinate project goals and objectives including other key tribal service programs including the Office of the Attorney General, Office of the Prosecutor, Department of Health, Department of Housing, Tribal Courts, Social Services, Law Enforcement, Department of Education, Job Placement and Training/477 Program and/or other Tribal programs.