About the Tribe

Employment Opportunities

 

 

 Current Job Openings:  

Conservation Forester

Full Time

Closes January 2, 2020

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

The Conservation Forester will be responsible for management and implementation of forest management activities on Shoalwater Bay Indian Tribal lands and be responsible for most phases of forest land management at the stand and project level, ensuring that all proposed activities meet applicable Tribal, Federal and State regulations and laws. The Conservation Forester will additionally update and implement the Shoalwater Bay Indian Reservation Forest Management Plan, develop and manages program budgets and grants, evaluates program capacity and needs, and develops strategies to address priorities. Will work directly with the Natural Resources Director in implementing actions.

See Full Job Description and Qualifications Here

 

 

Natural Resources Technician

Full Time

Closes on December 13, 2019

 

 ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

Routine tests (chemical and microbiological), marine and freshwater sampling, handle water quality complaints and investigations, preparation of laboratory reagents, compilation of laboratory report forms, chain of custody documents and extensive data entry. You will perform environmental investigations; collect groundwater, surface water, sediment, shellfish and soil samples. Other environmental             tasks as assigned.

See Full Job Description And Qualifications Here

 

Dual Licensed Mental Health Counselor/Chemical Dependency Counselor (State of Washington)

Full Time

Provides ongoing counseling which involves diagnostic assessments, treatment planning, and referrals to other services, aftercare and development of support groups. Provides counseling for individuals and families. Formulates case management and service plans.

See Full Description Here (Mental Health)

 See Full Description Here(Chemical Dependency)

 

Emergency Management Specialist

Full Time

Under the supervision of the Emergency Management Director, the Specialist will assist in coordinating disaster response and/or emergency management activities, provides disaster preparedness training, assists with preparing emergency plans and procedures for natural or man-made emergencies such as floods, earthquakes, tsunami's or other hazardous situations. This position may require entrance into national and statewide secure facilities. Due to the nature of this position, the applicant must be felony free, pass a background investigation and pre-employment drug screen. Must have a valid current Washington State Drivers license.  

See Full Description Here

 

 

 

Dental Assistant

Part Time-24 Hours Per Week

Tuesday-Thursday

 

 Payroll Clerk

Full Time

Accounting Department

Summary: Coordinates activities engaged in recording hours of work, processing time records, compiling payroll statistics, maintaining payroll control records, and calculating payrolls.

See Full Description here 

 

  

 

 

Complete all information on the employment application, found on Human Resources page. 

GUIDELINES FOR COMPLETING SHOALWATER BAY INDIAN TRIBE'S APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT

  • Application: The Shoalwater Bay Indian Tribe Application for Employment form must be used.  A separate application is required for each position you are applying for.
  • Accuracy: ALL questions must be answered completely and accurately.  You may be disqualified for any false or misleading statements or for omitting information.
  • License: If the position requires a license or certification, list the name of the license or certification and the expiration date.
  • Resume: A resume will not be accepted in lieu of an application.  To write "see resume" on your application is not acceptable.  A resume is required as a part of your application packet.
  • Signature:  Your signature is required.  If the application is not signed, it may be disqualified.

Application packet shall compose of the following:
   1. Cover Letter
   2. Application for Employment
   3. Resume

APPLY ON LINE, E-MAIL, FAX OR MAIL

www.shoalwaterbay-nsn.gov
human.resources@shoalwaterbay-nsn.gov
tcolley@shoalwaterbay-nsn.gov
Fax:360-267-8219
Mail: HR Department
Shoalwater Bay Indian Tribe
PO Box 130
Tokeland, WA 98590
Applications also available with Receptionist

Hiyu maśi

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