The primary goal of the Indian Child Welfare Department is to prevent the breakup of Red Cliff families and to prevent the permanent removal of Tribal children from the custody of their parents. The person selected for this position will be required to respond, report, investigate and follow through on allegations of child abuse/neglect as well as provide case management services to families in the tribal court system and families in crisis. This position requires an on call status for emergency and/or crisis intervention.

Tagged as: 4 years of experience working in family services-indian child welfare-aoda or other human services field, a minimum of one year experience working in direct services delivery with children and families, b.s. in social service or an associate's degree in human services or related field and or enrollment in human services or certification in social services or human services field, child protection and indian child welfare experience is a plus, training in indian child welfare act (icwa) and knowledge of indian child welfare act and willingness to learn of the uniqueness of the red cliff community

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."