Directing and managing the Tribal government’s accounting practices.  Financial planning and advisement.  Reporting in coordination with the Tribal Treasurer and Division Administrator Manager to the Tribal Council.  Enforcement of and compliance with all applicable internal and external policies, laws and regulations.  Ensuring that work is performed in accordance with the Government Accounting Standards Board (GASB) and Office of Management and Budget (OMB) regulations, laws and policies applicable to Tribal governments.  Monitoring the financial management and accounting practices of Tribal entities operating within the Tribal government structure.  Planning, coordinating, and preparing for year end audits; developing responses to audit recommendations in a timely manner.  Developing and fostering relationships with government agencies, banking and lending institutions, investment managers, other Tribes, insurers, the financial community by performing the above stated duties personally or through subordinates.  Performing related work pursuant to the duties and responsibilities stated above in conjunction with the philosophy, mission and goals of the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa.

Tagged as: a minimum of 5 years of progressively more responsible financial accounting and supervisory experience with at least 3 years at the executive management level, bachelor's degree in accounting-finance-or business administration of a closely related field. cpa- business accounting and auditing standards and practices- master's degree preferred, minimum of 5 years of experience in governmental accounting and experience with tribal government and funding agencies required, requires advanced knowledge of governmental

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About Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians



The Red Cliff Tribal Council adopted the following mission statement on December 5, 1994.

The Tribal Council mission is "to promote, plan and provide for the health, welfare, education, environmental protection, cultural preservation and economic wellbeing of Tribal members and to protect treaty rights now and into the future."