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