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Cultural Summer Intern

This position assists the Cultural Summer Camp Lead in planning and holding youth events in
order to service at risk tribal members, promote Eyak culture and provide fun activities for all
community members. This position is expected to work with groups of youth aged K-12 under the
direction of the Cultural Camp Lead.
This position receives detailed instructions on new projects and assignments, work is discussed
frequently, and supervisor signs off on all activities.
Team: Social Services
Reports to: Cultural Summer Camp Lead
Salary Status: Non Exempt from Overtime

Salary Range: $11.50-$13.00 per hour

Schedule: Temporary, 20-25 hours/week
Last Revised: May 2015

Assists with Miqwanwasaq cultural day camp preparation.
Leads youth through day camp activities.
Contacts Tribal Members and Youth about upcoming events and other
Coordinates with other Tribal Family Services departments for youth activities.
Acts as chaperone on trips and youth events.
Other duties as assigned.
Competencies (Knowledge, Skills and Abilities)
Good knowledge of computers, office equipment and Microsoft Office suite. Knowledge of
traditional crafts. Ability to organize and plan events, knowledge of appropriate abilities for
children of different ages. Ability to lead, supervise and teach children, keeping them on task and
ensuring appropriate, safe behavior. Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with
youth and co-workers. Ability to work with a supervisor, capable of using resources to carry
tasks to completion. Good knowledge of motorized and non-motorized recreation vehicles.
Ability to successfully pass a background check.
Experience Requirement
One year experience working in a leadership role with youth. One year experience working with
Microsoft Office Suite.
Education Requirement
Currently working towards a high school diploma.

Performance Standard
Regularly move quickly, bend, crouch and exert muscular force to coordinate and complete
events and activities.
Regularly manipulate electronic data to contact, notice, and otherwise invite youth and others to
participate in NVE programs.
Regularly use communication devices to complete work.
Some operating of small recreation vehicles to complete outdoor activities.
Environmental Factors
Majority of work will be indoors in a gym and office.
Will be working in noisy and chaotic atmosphere with children.
Will be out of doors in all types of weather including cold and wet weather.
May have contact with and operate outdoor motorized sport vehicles including watercraft.
May have exposure to potentially dangerous wildlife.
Slight risk of exposure to blood borne and infectious pathogens.
Nothing in this job description restricts NVEs right to assign or reassign duties and
responsibilities to this job at any time.

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