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LINGUIST List 19.2450

Thu Aug 07 2008

Jobs: Karok & Lang Documentation: Lang Program Coordinator, Karuk ...

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        1.    Sara Spence, Karok & Language Documentation: Language Program Coordinator, Karuk Tribe of California, Happy Camp, CA, USA

Message 1: Karok & Language Documentation: Language Program Coordinator, Karuk Tribe of California, Happy Camp, CA, USA
Date: 06-Aug-2008
From: Sara Spence <sspencekaruk.us>
Subject: Karok & Language Documentation: Language Program Coordinator, Karuk Tribe of California, Happy Camp, CA, USA
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University or Organization: Karuk Tribe of California
Job Location: California, USA
Web Address: http://www.karuk.us
Job Rank: Language Program Coordinator

Specialty Areas: Language Documentation

Required Language(s): Karok (kyh)


Salary: $35,360 to $41,600, depending on experience

This will be a full time position funded through the ANA Language grant
through September 29, 2011.

Shall be responsible for directing activities within the Karuk Language
Program, including facilitating the work of the Karuk Language Masters and
Apprentices and the Tribal Linguist to complete the goals and objectives of
the ANA Language Grant.

1. Shall be responsible for the successful implementation of the goals,
objectives, and activities of the ANA Language Grant.
2. Shall plan and organize project training weekends.
3. Shall supervise staff assigned to the language program.
4. Shall arrange the contracting of program consultant services.
5. Shall coordinate consultant activities.
6. Shall coordinate project involvement and participation in other Tribal
7. Shall be responsible for the submission of program products and archival
materials to the People's Center.
8. Shall schedule and publicize Karuk Language Restoration Committee Meetings.
9. Shall seek opportunities to extend the Karuk Language Program beyond the
existing ANA funding and objectives.
10. Shall process Karuk language related requests of Tribal Members and others.
11. Shall locate additional Karuk Language materials for submission to the
People's Center and seek funds to acquire them.
12. Shall conduct a Karuk Language Class in the Happy Camp area.
13. Shall submit a monthly project report to the Tribal Council and reports
to ANA, as required.
14. Shall be available for local and out of the area travel as required for
job related training. Shall attend all required meetings and functions as
15. Other job related duties as assigned.

Application Deadline: 22-Aug-2008
Mailing Address for Applications:
Human Resources Manager Sara Spence
PO Box 1016
Happy Camp, CA 96039
Email Address for Applications: sspencekaruk.us
Web Address for Applications: http://www.karuk.us/jobs/
Contact Information:
Human Resources Manager Sara Spence
Email: sspencekaruk.us
Phone: 5304931600
Fax: 5304931611
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