Overview

The Yurok Tribe is hiring a new Executive Director. The Yurok Tribe is looking for a Native American with ample leadership experience as well as an ability to thrive in a fast-paced working environment to serve as its new Executive Director. The position is charged with overseeing more than three dozen departments and programs. Presently, more than 600 Yurok-affiliated staff are implementing the vision of the Yurok Tribal Council. The Tribe is a trailblazer in many different fields and is currently in the middle of the most significant growth period in modern times. We are looking for an individual who is ready to work with our team on accelerating our nation’s progress toward prosperity.
The Tribe’s major initiatives include: Natural Resources Management, Salmon Habitat Restoration, Land Reacquisition, Environmental protection, Language Preservation Environmentally responsible, Economic Development Klamath Dam Removal, Health and Human Services Elder Care Positive
Work Environment: The Tribal Government goes to great lengths to maintain a positive work environment, where all interactions are based on dignity and respect. Team Yurok has deliberately developed an atmosphere that is supportive, encouraging and energizing. Quality of Life The Redwood Coast is rich with natural beauty. There rugged coast and conifer flanked rivers offer an endless supply of outdoor activities, such as hiking, camping and every other type of outdoor diversion. With a state university nearby, many notable musicians authors and subject-matter experts commonly offer a wide diversity of cultural enrichment opportunities.
The Yurok Tribe With more than 6,200 members, the Yurok Tribe is the largest federally recognized tribe in California. The Yurok Reservation straddles the lower 44 miles of the Klamath River on the far Northern California coast. The Yurok people continue to practice sacred ceremonial traditions that have been conducted since time immemorial. Tribal families regularly perform numerous cultural activities, such as salmon fishing, hunting and basket weaving. The Tribe is committed to ensuring that these invaluable activities persist for the rest of time.
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