The Tribal Court Improvement Project (TCIP) Coordinator is responsible for achieving the goals and objectives of the TCIP Grant and ensuring compliance with all federal grant requirements. The Coordinator will work closely with an Advisory Team consisting of the Chief Judge, Director of the Department of Social Services, the Pokagon Band Presenting Officer, member(s) of the Family Welfare Commission and member(s) of Tribal Council. Primary grant goals and objectives include: (1) assessment of Pokagon Band Tribal Court child welfare system, processes and proceedings, and Tribal child welfare services; (2) collection and analysis of data regarding child welfare processes and proceedings as part of the Pokagon TCIP; (3) establishment of data gathering and sharing mechanisms with other tribal and non-tribal entities; (4) organizing and conducting community discussions; and (5) coordinating trainings identified to build capacity and improve systems and services. The Pokagon Band TCIP is a 36-month project funded by the Administration for Children and Families. This is a part-time grant-funded position.
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