OPENS: JULY 11, 2018                   CLOSES: JULY 31, 2018
JOB TITLE: PROJECT COORDINATOR

DEPARTMENT: PUYALLUP TRIBAL LAW ENFORCEMENT ASSISTED DIVERSION PROGRAM
REPORTS TO: TRIBAL ADMINISTRATION
SALARY: GRANT FUNDED HOURS: 40 HOURS (FULL TIME)
POSITION SUMMARY:
The Project Coordinator is responsible for all aspects of developing and implementing the innovative Puyallup Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (“PLEAD”) program. The Project Coordinator will work directly with internal tribal agencies and the LEAD National Support Bureau on an ongoing basis to create and enhance the PLEAD program and policies for service delivery, in an effort to increase public safety and community wellness.
LEAD is a program designed for individuals arrested for low-level non-violent violations due to behavioral health issues and/or extreme poverty, and participants are provided with connections to community-based case management and resources. The goal of the program is to respond to and reduce alcohol- and substance-abuse related crimes.

PLEAD Project Coordinator

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