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  • Live Webcast
    Us Contact Council Employment Career Opportunities Weather Camera Current Weather in Death Valley Members Online Forms Applications and Forms Home Live Webcast Live streaming video by Ustream Graphics Copyright 2007 timbisha com all rights reserved By entering this site you

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  • Newsletters
    the past newsletters that have already been sent out Hopefully if there are any that you have missed you will be able to read them here To view the July 2013 newsletter click here To view the August 2013 newsletter click here To view the September 2013 newsletter click here To view the October 2013 newsletter click here To view the November 2013 newsletter click here To view the December

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  • Contact Us
    address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Sec Treasurer Ellie Jackson Bishop CA 760 872 3614 This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Council Member Dora Jones Dyer NV 775 277 1233 This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Council Member White Dove Kennedy Bishop CA 760 258

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  • Employment
    Become familiar with provisions of the Clean Water Act Section 319 through online training and EPA workshops Review and if necessary update the Non Point Source Pollution NPS Assessment Report and Management Plan Organize a meeting with tribal elders and Tribal Council to discuss the NPS Report and Management Plan reaffirm priorities and incorporate new comments and information Organize a Tribal Water Committee that is knowledgeable about the history of tribal water issues and is interested in assisting with water projects Design a plan for aquatic habitat restoration on the Furnace Creek Parcel that involves 1 invasive species removal and 2 native plant restoration and bank stabilization Seek out additional CWA S 319 funding Contribute to Tribe s environmental website to help educate the community about the non point source pollution prevention program Hold quarterly tribal outreach meetings with other environmental programs to help educate the community on non point source pollution issues and prevention Attend conferences workshops and trainings to increase skills and knowledge regarding watersheds non point source pollution and pollution prevention Prepare monthly articles for Tribe s environmental newsletter Track and report CWA S 319 grant expenditures Prepare quarterly progress reports and submit to EPA SUPERVISION RECEIVED The Environmental Director will supervise the Water Quality Specialist s performance in fulfilling CWA grant terms and conditions PHYSICAL EFFORTS ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS The Specialist will be asked to perform field work in all types of weather conditions The Specialist should be in good health able to walk long distances and take water samples in wetland environments MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIREMENTS Candidates for Water Quality Specialist must have a high school diploma or GED although higher education is preferred The Specialist must possess a valid drivers license excellent driving record and have access to dependable transportation Computer skills for writing reports and newsletter articles and creating water quality data spreadsheets are required The preferred candidate will have knowledge of the Timbisha Homeland boundaries and water sources Sensitivity to tribal cultural issues is required such as preservation of basketry willows native plants and ceremonial water purity Once hired the Specialist must become familiar with EPA water quality regulations and standards The Specialist should have the ability to think logically and creatively about implementing projects from start to finish including predicting possible obstacles and troubleshooting their solutions NECESSARY SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS The Specialist will be asked to participate in relevant workshops and trainings to develop his her capacity to address tribal water quality issues which includes the development tribal water quality standards and analysis of water quality monitoring data The Specialist should be passionate about protecting and improving the environment including water earth air plants and animals and improving the quality of life for the tribal community The duration of this position is dependent on current and future funding availability Funding is currently available through September 30 2016 INDIAN PREFERENCE Native American Indian preference shall apply to this position pursuant to the Indian Self Determination and Education Assistance Act 24 U S C 450 et

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  • Weather in Death Valley
    Department Water Quality Live Webcast Timbisha Webcast Newsletters Newsletter Archives Contact Us Contact Council Employment Career Opportunities Weather Camera Current Weather in Death Valley Members Online Forms Applications and Forms Home Weather Camera This option will not work correctly Unfortunately your browser does not support inline frames Graphics Copyright 2007 timbisha com all rights reserved By entering this site you agree that the information on this site is for timbisha

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  • Members
    receive benefits A couple of reasons 1 Generally the applications received are not complete either the forms are not filled out or the necessary additional material has not been submitted 2 All applications have to be approved by the Tribal Council at a meeting This is generally once a month FAQ s Environmental What is the Environmental Department The Environmental Department is a department within the Timbisha Shoshone Tribal Office that is responsible for the protection of the environment Currently the Environmental Department is funded paid for by three grants the General Assistance Program GAP grant the Clean Water Act Section 106 grant and Clean Water Act Section 319 grant The Environmental Department staff includes an Environmental Director funded through the GAP grant and a Water Quality Specialist funded through both CWA grants What does the Environmental Director do The Environmental Director will work to protect the health and safety of Tribal members keep the Tribe in compliance with all applicable environmental laws and regulations help the Tribe become a stronger entity to better protect its water resources and environmental interests and involve the Tribe as an active participant in environmental decision making processes regarding the Timbisha Shoshone Trust Lands What is the GAP grant The GAP General Assistance Program grant allows the Environmental Department to establish various environmental protection programs Some of these programs include but are not limited to Air Quality Emergency Management and Solid Waste Using GAP funds the Environmental Department plans to establish each of these programs air emergency management and solid waste recycling composting Once we have the ability to manage these different programs on our own we will need to seek out alternate funding GAP funds only help us establish the Environmental Department not maintain nor pay for the everyday operations once the program is in place Why is there such a large time gap between when a project idea comes up and when the project is started Before receiving a GAP grant we need to explain what we plan to do with the funds received the workplan separated out into various tasks and how we will use the funds the budget separated into payroll travel expenses supplies etc If there is a project idea not included in the workplan and or budget we need to get approval from the Environmental Protection Agency EPA before we can move forward Also before we can put programs into place we need to create plans of what these programs will entail how we will manage these programs and how we will pay to keep these programs running because we cannot use GAP funds to maintain an established program When will environmental laborer jobs be available When funds are available laborers may be needed to complete a task However several things need to be in place before any work can be done For example while the open dump in the Village has formed again we do not want to clean it up until we have another option for

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  • Online Forms
    be downloaded from here You can pick up an application for employment at either of our offices 621 West Line Street Suite 109 Bishop CA 93514 or at the Death Valley Office at 900 Indian Village Road Death Valley CA 92328 If there is a career you would like to apply for and are unable to pick up an employment application at the office please save and fill out the

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  • Welcome to Timbisha.com
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