Tuolumne Me-Wuk Tribal Council Administration is located within the same building as the Tribal hall on the Tuolumne Rancheria. Please come in and check out the message board in the Tribal Administration Office. There are all kinds of information posted which includes job postings, information from other reservations, Pow Wow information, and other event information. The Tribal Council Administration office hours are Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.PO Box 699 19595 Mi-Wu Street Tuolumne, CA 95379 Phone: (209) 928-5300 Fax: (209) 928-1677
Tribal Council Administration effectively performs and carries out the assigned executive duties for the Community Council and reports to the Community Council Officers. An Executive Director and the respective Department Supervisor are responsible for the day-to-day operations and activities. The Tribal Council Administration Department is responsible and accountable for the following offices;
Kevin A. Day
The Chairman has oversight responsibility for the tribal government and all business holdings of the tribe and serves as spokesperson for the tribe at community, County, State and Federal functions and meetings that are critical to the Tribe’s development and growth. The Chairman’s responsibilities include those associated with carrying out the executive duties of the governing body, the Community Council, by providing the leadership and presiding over all meetings of the community council.
The Executive Director is responsible and accountable for the day-to-day operations of tribal government programs and services. The Executive Director provides leadership by suggesting strategy, goals, objectives, and targets for tribal government programs and services. The Executive Director regularly attends the meetings of the various committees of the Community Council.
The Administration Supervisor is responsible for various executive administrative and support activities related to the responsibilities of the Tribal Chairman and Executive Director. Under their general direction the Administration Supervisor serves as an information source regarding policies and procedures, as well as supervision of administrative staff. The Administration Supervisor regularly coordinates and monitors special employee and tribal projects.
The Recording Secretary maintains the official record of tribal government actions. The office is responsible for taking and processing the minutes of the Community Council meetings and other tribal meetings as prescribed. The Recording Secretary functions as a liaison between tribal members, tribal program staff, and tribal entities. The Recording Secretary disseminates information regarding actions taken by the Community Council and/or Committees of the Community Council. The Office of the Recording Secretary is responsible for storage of the Constitution and amendments, ordinances, resolutions, committee and Council meeting minutes, and any other recommended actions. The Recording Secretary serves as the point of origin for the tribal newsletter and the community calendar of events.
The Enrollment Specialist is the custodian of the membership records and database of Tribal demographics for the Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk Indians. The Enrollment Specialist works closely with the Enrollment Committee to process enrollment applications during open enrollment, verify enrollment status, and serves as the initial contact for all enrollment related information. The Enrollment Specialist provides technical review and administrative support to the Enrollment Committee as well as providing statistical data, mailing lists and various other reports to other Tribal Departments.
Governmental Affairs and Administrative Specialist
The Governmental Affairs and Administrative Specialist is the liaison for the Tribe to coordinate with federal, state and local agencies on proposed projects. The Specialist is responsible for development and to oversee projects including, but not limited to; Fee-to-Trust; Federal Land Transfers; and governmental compliance with applicable laws and regulations. The Governmental Affairs and Administrative Specialist will assist and coordinate with Tribal entities in the development and implementation of Tribal Ordinances, Tribal Policies and Procedures, and Tribal Benefits and Programs.
Tribal Hall Receptionist
The Receptionist serves as the initial point of contact whether it is by phone, fax, or in-person. The receptionist greets, and directs individuals to the relevant entity. The receptionist serves as the starting place for general information on upcoming events, meetings, training seminars, and other scheduled Tribal activities and provides clerical support to the Administrative staff and Tribal members as needed.