Executive DirectorChehalis Tribal Housing Authority
Oakville, WA Full-time
Posted on October 25, 2019
Chehalis Tribal Housing Authority - Executive Director
The Executive Director will be responsible for the overall administration of the Chehalis Tribal Housing Authority; implementing policies, planning and developing the annual IHP, coordinate and implement the DPA Program, coordinating and working with other Federal, State, Tribal and local agencies or organizations.
Supervision - Supervise all CTHA staff
Education-Degree in business management or public administration preferred.
4 to 6 years of public administration or business management is required, as well as knowledge of grant management for Indian housing authorities.
Knowledge of HUD programs and activities.
Prior work experience with a Tribe and working with Board of Commissioners, is preferred.
Construction contracting and building design knowledge is desired.
Benefits-Medical, Dental, Vision, Short Term disability, Life Insurance
Vacation and Sick leave. Accrual starts immediately can start to use after 90 days.
Multiple paid holiday.
For many centuries, two large groups of Salish-speaking people lived along the Chehalis River. They lived in cedar longhouses with one end open to the water from which they received a bounty of salmon and other river-based sustenance.
These two groups were the Upper and Lower Chehalis, and they thrived for a long time, until the encroachment of white settlers forced them to give up their ancestral lands. Rejecting the unacceptable terms of the treaties offered by the US Government, the Chehalis were regarded as a “non-treaty” tribe. This meant financial aid from the government would be limited and unpredictable.
Despite these challenges, the Chehalis people have endured through self-reliance and determination. Today, the Tribe operates thriving enterprises such as the Lucky Eagle Casino and Eagles Landing Hotel, and has recently built new community and wellness centers that have dramatically enhanced the quality of life for our people.