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WOTANIN WOW API December YA7 11 \Wotanin Wowapi\ The Official Newspaper of the Fort Peck Tribes PH: 768-5387 - Fax: 768-5743 Job Ad‘ertisement Fort Peck Limited Partnership #1 Construction Personnel The Ft. Peck limited Partnership of Ft. Peek Housing will be seeking Construc- tion Personnel - four laborers to assist the Construction Superintendent in the daily requirements for the Rehabilitation of 25 units located in %Soli Point and Brockton. Required to him. current Alontana Dris- ers license, insurable to (Inc motor %c- hides and able to pass a pre -employment drug test. Own all tools required to per- form duties as required to rehabilitate a complete unit. :1pplicant must have minimum experience in all phases of residential construction including fram- ing. trim, concrete, drs wall and finishes. Applicant must possess a good attitude, a willingness to work hard. be self moti- sated and professional. This is a working position pros iding field assistance to the Lead Carpenter as needed. This indisidual reports directly to the Lead Carpenter. This job will re- quire providing labor to perform a sari - et y of construction tasks such as carpen- try. siding. concrete work, cleanup and other miscellaneous construction labor. Open Date: 12/01/2907 Close Date; When Filled Wage; Depends on Experience/ Prevail- ing Wage Scale Term; Temporary / I ength of time to Rehab 25 units aila ; u 11- ti me as needed Openings: 4 If interested please contact Alr. Troy Wil- son. Construction Superintendent. Fort Peck Limited Partnerihip #1 at 1406) 768-3460 Ext #17 Job Ad‘ertisement Fort Peck Limited Partnership #1 Construction Personnel The Ft. Peek Limited Partnership of Ft. Peck Housing will be seeking a Lead Carpenter/Supers isor to manage field op- erations and assist the Construction Su- perintendent in the daily requirements for the Rehabilitation of 25 units located in NA 011 Point and Brockton. Required to hint. current Montana Dris- ers license, insurable to drise motor se - hicks and able to pass a pre-emplos ment drug test. ON n all tools required to per- form duties as required to rehabilitate a complete unit. ‘pplicant must hase 5 years minimum experience in all phases of residential construction including framing. trim, concrete. drywall and fin- ishes. Applicant must possess a good atti- tude, a willingness to work hard. be self motisated and professional. This person must he responsible. lw considered a leader and base the ability to manage subordinate employees and subcontrac- tors. This is a working position pro% id- ing field management of' subordinate em- ployees, sub -contractors and suppliers. This individual reports directly to the Construction Superintendent. This job will require providing labor top perform a variety of construction tasks such as carpentry. siding. concrete Nork. cleanup and other miscellaneous construction la- bor. Open Date: 1 2/0 1/2007 Close Date: 11 hen Filled Wage: Depends on Lsperience/ Pre'. ailing Wage Scale Term: Temporary / Length of time to Rehab 25 units Asailabilits: Full-time as needed Openings: 1 If interested please contact Alt - . Troy N1 il- son, Construction Superintendent for the Fort Peck Limited Partnership at (406) 768-3460 ext 17. Brockton School District Elementary Secretary Position Performs secretarial and clerical duties includ- ing typing and computer skills, filing, an- swering phones, receiving genaal public and performing other reheed work as required. position will run through June 6, 2008. Must submit to a fingerprinting background investi- gabon Please submit resume, three lettas of refer- ence, and district application to Brockton School District Office, P.O. Box 198, Brock- ton, MT 59213. District Applications can be picked up at the Brockton School District Of- fice, 406-768-3195. Applications must be re- ceived at the Brockton School District Office by Tuesday, December 12, 2007 at 4:00 p.m. Brockton School District Job Opening: School Resource Officer Fully Commissioned Law Officer with Basic Police Academy Training Desired OlitilifiCalical: Three years law enforcement experience Required Qualifi&w: Must pass a Physical Efficiency Battery Teat Must have the ability to work with youth, date with students in a public school setting, and ability to coordinate with other jurisdictions (tribal, county, state and federal). Must have a State of Montana Driver's License Must have the ability to work collaboratively is support of board and administration. Must submit Los full field background investi- gation. Must be willing to wait a flexible work oohed- ule Salary: Negotiable DOE Please submit resume, three letters of reference, and district application to Brockton School Dis- trict Office, P.O. Box 198, Brockton, Montana 59213. District Application can be picked up at the Brockton School District Office, 406-786- 3195. Applications must be received at the Brockton School District Office by Tuesday, December 12, 2007 at 4:00 p.m. I.= & sake Sale Where? Poplar Head Siari Cenier I ow ens •rt aim, ins.. as Ma OLD Hamosilall When.? Fri.day Deceftber 7th, 2007 10 00arn-2:00prn sp....so,ed by the (sac/tang staff of Poplar Cents, I all procasels go to pu.rchas,rkg ChrLsirri.as prsasnts for 1. our students Y ou r yarisros,ty Ls froaliv aPprecLaisci Fort Peck landsowners Assocation Members Meeting December 18, 2007 @ 6:00 P.m. Of SilverWolf Casino Wolf Point, Montana Proposed Agenda I ( 'all to Order 2. Opening Prayer 3. Meal 4. Election of Chairman 5. Committee Designation 6. Project Report A. Capacity Building a. Building Purchase b. Website c. Facility Renovation -Expansion d. FPLA Strategic Planning Session e. Tnbal Integrated Resource Manage- ment Plan B. Carbon Sequestration Pilot Project a. Range Unit Carbon Sequestration Project b. Farm -Pastore Carbon Sequestration Project c. FPLA. FPCC and NOCOC Collabo- ration C. Loren Lewis Presentation 4. D. Irrigation Development a. Pictonal Report b. Indian Land Tenure Foundation Ap- plication 7. New Business A. Food Service 8. Other Business 9. Adjournment It • Suicide Is Preventable. Be Aware ot the Warning Signs: Suicide threats Previous suicide at , empts Alcohol and drug abuse Statements revealing a desire to (fir Sudden changes in behavior Prolonged depression Making final arrangements Giving away prized possessions Purchasing a gun or stockpiling pills Withdrawal from friends and fannl.. 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