LOCATION: Belcourt Law Enforcement Department
CLASSIFICATION: Full-Time Regular
SUPERVISION: Chief of Police
OPENING DATE: September 18, 2023
CLOSING DATE: September 29, 2023
Under the direction of Law Enforcement administration, to develop and maintain the coordinated delivery of substance abuse prevention, promotion and education services to community groups, schools and businesses.
This single position class is responsible for assessing, designing and coordinating substance abuse prevention programs to meet the informational and service needs of community groups, schools and businesses.
Develops and maintains the coordinated delivery of County-wide substance abuse prevention promotion and education services; coordinates services with other County organizations and State and National programs; assesses and identifies community needs for drug and alcohol prevention programs; provides assistance to schools, organizations and business groups to plan, organize, design, implement and evaluate programs; provides community leadership through committees, networks and coalitions to develop and foster cooperative relationships between diverse groups concerned with responsive prevention service and public policy to provide technical assistance/consultation; selects, trains, directs, evaluates and handles disciplinary problems of subordinate staff; develops and carries out or directs others (staff, ·contractors, volunteers) to carry out training events, workshops, curricula, media campaigns, awareness materials and other activities; develops, negotiates and administers contracts with trainers and consultants; manages specific program budget(s); assists with preparing and monitoring Division prevention budget; reviews funding proposals; provides technical assistance to internal and external efforts to secure grant funding for prevention programs; inputs, accesses and analyzes data utilizing a computer; forms and facilitates North Dakota reservation drug task force.
MAJOR DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITES:
- Working knowledge of the effects of drug and alcohol abuse and substance abuse treatment programs and prevention methods and techniques;
- Working knowledge of the principles and practices of community organization to enhance awareness and responsiveness to substance abuse prevention;
- Working knowledge of the basic community resources and organizations;
- Working knowledge of program development and evaluation;
- Working knowledge of education methods and materials including teaching methods and curricula design;
- Working knowledge of communication skills and techniques;
- Some knowledge of the principles of contract administration and management;
- Some knowledge of public health program policy planning;
- Some knowledge of grant proposal writing and budgeting techniques;
- Some knowledge of the principles and practices of staff supervision and training.
- Evaluate needs and design and implement substance abuse prevention forums and programs;
- Plan, coordinate, facilitate and present substance abuse prevention programs;
- Develop and maintain a cooperative working relationship with and between a wide variety of school, community, media and professional representatives;
- Act as a consultant and technical expert in substance abuse prevention matters;
- Prepare and present oral and written materials convincingly, clearly and logically;
- Evaluate curricula and other educational materials related to substance abuse prevention;
- Negotiate and monitor consultant and trainer contracts;
- Analyze and prepare grant proposals, contracts and related budgets;
- Operate audiovisual equipment;
- Learn to input, access and analyze data utilizing a computer terminal.
- Must be a licensed Officer.
- Must have a 2 year in social science sociology, and psychology, or related field.
- Must have 3 years’ experience as a police officer.
- Must provide all proof of education requirements and training courses.
How to apply: (Submit completed application to):
Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa
P.O. Box 900
Belcourt, ND 58316
For more information please contact Elaine Nadeau, Lori Monette, or Jarvis Decoteau at 701-477-2600.
The Human Resource Staff will not be responsible for incomplete applications
Indian Preference Statement
Candidates for employment or career advances shall be hired, trained, and promoted without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age or personal, political or religious beliefs. However, preference shall be given in hiring in the following order between equally qualified candidates who are:
- Enrolled Member Veteran (10 points to be given to enrolled member veterans in screening process as follow: (see definitions)
- Enrolled member
- Other Tribal Member veterans
- Other Tribal Members
Veterans and eligible spouses of deceased will receive special consideration for initial appointments for all positions being filled by the TMBCI. The intent of this policy is to promote and bring deserved services and benefits to our veterans for the personal sacrifices they have made. To be considered for a preferential treatment under this policy, candidate(s) must submit copies of verification documents to Personnel Office along with the employment application for eligibility determination purposes. An acceptable verification document is the discharge of transfer report form DD214.