Open until 04/18/23
The Missing & Murdered Indigenous Peoples (MMIP) Coordinator is responsible for all program development activites related to the development and operation of the MMIP Initiative to be operated within the Healing Winds Program of the Social Services Department. This is a new project, which seeks to provide emergency serivices to MMIP victims’ families, develope cooperative agreements with local and state agencies to better assist victims and thier families, and raise awareness about the MMIP crisis. The MMIP Coordinator will respond first to family members of a missing or murdered indigenous person and, if the victim is found, to the victim themselves. The purpose of this position is to support families according to thier unique needs such as navigating investigation processes, court accompaniment, and trackiing court dates and processes. The position will involve local travel and may require working evenings, weekends, and on holidays. The MMIP Coordinator will report directly to the Healing Winds Program Manager.
How to Apply
All applicants for open positions must submit a Klamath Tribes Administration Application for Employment with the required support documentation listed in the job description to be considered for employment. Applications must be received by the closing date to receive consideration.
The Klamath, Modoc, and Yahooskin
“The mission of the Klamath Tribes is to protect, preserve and enhance the spiritual, cultural and physical values and resources of the Klamath, Modoc and Yahooskin Peoples by maintaining the customs and heritage of our ancestors. To establish comprehensive unity by fostering the enhancement of spiritual and cultural values through a government whose function is to protect the human and cultural resources, treaty rights, and to provide for the development and delivery of social and economic opportunities for our People through effective leadership.”
A federally recognized Tribe with a Reservation at the top of the Klamath River estuary.