Administration maintains a thorough working knowledge of Family & Community Support Services that performs important roles and responsibilities involving human relations. The primary emphasis is on coordinating the programs, personnel, and administering policy and procedure to improve a positive and professional atmosphere. Protocol deals with a variety of concerns, rules of proper office etiquette, diplomacy, and communication. The goal is to perform and administer executive duties. Front-line workers or clerical staff support the process of management that are responsible for setting up and maintaing the business office according to Blood Tribe Policy & Procedure.

Goals:

By establishing an effective and efficient service delivery system conductive to
the Blood Tribe’s Family and Community Support Services.

Objectives:

To enforce Blood Tribe Administrative and Family and Community Support Services
Policies and Procedures.

To ensure coordination of staff involvement in accordance to services structure.

To ensure on-going staff and programs evaluation occurs for the purpose of ensuring FCSS’s vision and goals and objectives are maintained.

Dissemination of information pertinent to Blood Tribe FCSS program.

Provide on-going support in management.