Interviews and counsels juvenile or adult offenders on ethical and moral problems, spiritual matters, and cultural perspective; conducts and facilitates the conduct of Native American spiritual ceremonies including but not limited to the drum, tobacco, and revitalization ceremonies; verifies marriages and facilitates other ceremonies as needed by institution residents; organizes and instructs activities in Native American spiritual expression, oral tradition, ethics, cultural heritage, and sacred music; cooperates with other staff members in carrying out the institution treatment programs; supervises the arranging of programs conducted in the institution by visiting religious, cultural, and allied groups; counsels with families on problems involved in rehabilitation; explains and interprets the institution’s religious program to community groups and to correctional personnel.
You can view the Minimum Qualifications for Native American Spiritual Leader at: https://www.calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=384922
The State of California requires you to complete the civil service process in order to obtain employment.
CDCR administers the assessment of qualifications for Native American Spiritual Leader on a continuous basis. You can find the Job bulletin and assessment of qualifications at: https://www.calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Exams/Bulletin.aspx?examCD=5CEBN
Final Filing Date: 8/27/2023
For more information, call Katrina Vo at 805-635-1093.