BIA AND NAVAJO NATION

 

 

NAVAJO AREA INDIAN HEALTH SERVICE:
For complete listing check the website at www.ihs.gov

NAVAJO NATION DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT
Job Vacancy Announcements and Tribal application form, or check their website: www.Navajo.org

Closing Date:
05/22/15

CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
Navajo Housing Authority

HOURS / WEEK:    40
DAYS OF WEEK:    Min - Fri
SALARY RANGE:  
 $78,418

POSITION DESCRIPTION AND QUALIFICATIONS
This class is the second of three levels in the Executive Leadership series. This is a broad classification encompassing incumbents responsible for the executive management of NHA-wide administrative functions of significant scope and complexity. Responsibilities may include; developing the overall goals, policies, and objectives of the assigned area(s); developing long-term strategy; managing external relations to improve and increase NHA's visibility and reputation; and determining the overall budget and allocation of resources to multiple departments, programs, and functions. Serves as Chief Administrative Services Officer for the Navajo Housing Authority to manage all aspects of the Administrative Services Support Branch including planning, organizing, and managing all functions of daily program operations of Human Resources, Information Technology, Risk Management, Occupational Health and Safety Management, Records Management, and Procurement Management in accordance with NAHASDA regulations and established standards, rules, regulations and objectives of the Navajo Housing Authority. This position is leadership driven to the organization with respect to relations with the Board of Commissioners, members, guest, employees, community, government and industry. Recommends appropriate policies and procedure and works directly with all division directors and department managers. Serves as an internal leader of the organization. Incumbents at this level are responsible for leading and directing the work of lower level directors and managers, and exercise considerable authority regarding the distribution of NHA resources.

Requirements: Valid Driver’s License; Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in business administration, or related field; Ten or more years of progressively responsible management experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience necessary to perform the essential responsibilities of the assigned position.

HOW TO APPLY
Apply on-line at www.hooghan.org

(Posted:  05/13/15)

 

Closing Date:
05/22/15

CHIEF OFERATING OFFICER
Navajo Housing Authority

HOURS / WEEK:    40
DAYS OF WEEK:    Mon - Fri
SALARY RANGE:  
 $78,418

POSITION DESCRIPTION AND QUALIFICATIONS
This class is the second of three levels in the Executive Leadership series. This is a broad classification encompassing incumbents responsible for the executive management of NHA-wide administrative functions of significant scope and complexity. Responsibilities may include; developing the overall goals, policies, and objectives of the assigned area(s); developing long-term strategy; managing external relations to improve and increase NHA's visibility and reputation; and determining the overall budget and allocation of resources to multiple departments, programs, and functions. Serves as Chief Operating Officer for the Navajo Housing Authority to manage all aspects of the Operations Branch including planning, organizing, and managing all functions of daily program operations of Quality Inspection Programs, Environmental Clearance Program, Development & Construction Services Division, Housing Management Division, and Facilities & Fleet Management Division in accordance with NAHASDA regulations and established standards, rules, regulations, and objectives of the Navajo Housing Authority. This position is leadership driven to the organization with respect to relationships with the Board of Commissioners, members, guest, employees, community, government and industry. Recommends appropriate policies and procedures and work directly with all division directors. Serves as an internal leader of the organization. Incumbents at this level are responsible for leading and directing the work of lower level directors and managers, and exercise considerable authority regarding the distribution of NHA resources.

Requirements: Valid Driver’s License; Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in business administration, engineering, construction management, or related field; Ten or more years of progressively responsible management experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience necessary to perform the essential responsibilities of the assigned position.

HOW TO APPLY
Apply on-line at www.hooghan.org

(Posted:  05/13/15)

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