About the Tribe

Employment Opportunities

 

 

 Current Job Openings:  

 

Medical Receptionist

Full Time

Open Until Filled

Summary: The Medical Receptionist serves as front line contact with the public and tribal members by telephone and in person. Primary duties are greeting, directing, and scheduling of patients. Will operate a multi-line telephone system to answer incoming calls and direct callers to appropriate personnel. Determine the financial status of patients and their eligibility for health services. Requires excellent prioritization, detail oriented, multi-tasking and interpersonal skills. Knowledge of EPIC (EMR) system, efficiently and effectively for scheduling, researching, and data entry. Must have experience at least 2 years of medical clinic experience. (MA background preferred but not required).

For full job description and qualifications click here.

 

Police Officer

Full Time

Open Until Filled

Summary: Work involves general law enforcement duties for the Shoalwater Bay Indian Tribe. General enforcement duties include the protection of life and property in the tribal community through the enforcement of tribal laws and codes. Work involves patrolling by vehicle or on foot in assigned areas on assigned shifts, investigates and reports violations of tribal laws, codes and ordinances, issuing warnings or citations; serving warrants or other court processes; seizing equipment used in illegal activities. Work of this class involves, at times, an element of personal danger when confronting violators and making arrest, thus the employee must exercise individual judgment and discretion in meeting emergencies and enforcing ordinances and laws.

For full job description and qualifications click here.

 

  

Community Health Representative (CHR)

Full Time

Open Until Filled

Summary: The Community Health Representative (CHR) provides comprehensive community health and outreach services to members & families of Federally Recognized Tribes living in Pacific County and Community members residing on the Shoalwater Bay Indian Tribe Reservation. Responsible to provide community outreach; work on grants that pertain to community healthcare prevention. Patient transportation to medical, dental and behavioral health appointments. Monitoring of elderly, the chronically ill, pregnancy and infants. Assist with community events and health education as well as grants.

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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
bsomero@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

Hiyu maśi means “many thanks” in our native language and is pronounced “hi-yu mah-see.”