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Waséyabek Development Company
Waséyabek Development Company, LLC (WDC) is a legal entity owned by the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi. They are seeking Native candidates for the General Manager position. The General Manager is a member of the Senior Management Team and will work closely with the CEO. This Senior Manager is responsible for providing leadership for the company’s Federal operations, as well as achieving operating and financial objectives. The general manager directs and coordinates activities of one or more departments, such as construction, information technology and engineering. Oversees the quality of services, and provides oversight to projects including subsidiary development, internal system builds and implementation, improving ongoing financial growth and responding to industry needs. The incumbent in this position is responsible for leading the WDC day-to-day business operations for the Federal companies.
In an effort to support our Pokagon Band citizens, spouses, children, and other Native applicants, the Pokagon Band uses a Preference Code for hiring decisions which states the Band provides employment and contracting opportunities within the Band's jurisdiction to the Band community and Band businesses before offering such opportunities to other job applicants and businesses. The Band's use of employment and contracting preferences involves political classifications based on a person's status as a Band citizen or member of the Band community. The Band's use of employment and contracting preferences does not involve classifications on the basis of race, color, national origin, or ancestry.