Chief - The Chief is the chief executive officer of the Tribe, and is responsible for overseeing and coordinating all the Tribe's activities. He is the Tribe's spokesperson and main connection to the Scout units in the Long Beach Area Council, and in the community. In addition the Chief is also responsible for working closely with the Camp Director and assists with staff selection and training to ensure a successful summer camp season. The Chief handles the Tribe calendar and all scheduling of Tribe services.
Little Chief - Assisting the Chief, and assuming the responsibilities of the Chief in his absence, is the Little Chief. The other main responsibilities are to be the editor-in-chief of the Runner and oversee the Tribe's Neophyte program. The Runner is the Tribe's monthly newsletter with articles by the tribesmen, news about upcoming events, and other features of interests.
Medicine Man - The Medicine Man is primarily responsible for the Indian Lore program of the Tribe. For many decades, the TOT has studied a variety Native American Tribes and provides demonstration ceremonies. He also coordinates the Tribe's powwows and workshops
Mountain Man - The Tribe also promotes camping and outdoor activities. The Mountain Man duties include promoting Camp Tahquitz to scouts whose troops have signed up to go to summer camp. Also, he assists the Chief and the Council with camporees, backpacking trips, and other outdoor activities.
Keeper of the Tally - The Keeper of the Tally is the financial officer of the Tribe, and works with the business manager to maintain the Tribe's accounts and records. He is the primary collector of funds and is responsible for all Tribe saleable supplies.