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Payroll Technician #2022-52 (STROUD) Administers and performs the payroll functions associated with the processing of time and earnings records of all employees, resulting in bi-weekly distribution of payroll checks, as well as administering employee fringe benefits. Prepares various reports and payments for filing/transmittals to insurance carriers, State/Federal government agencies, and the retirement investor. Plans, organizes and performs work related to the payroll function Oversees the confidential management and maintenance of employee payroll records. Keeps abreast of changes in payroll policies, reporting requirements and laws. Represents Finance/Payroll at special meetings where payroll input is required. Reviews payroll time and attendance sheets for completeness and accuracy. Reviews approved personnel actions, determines cost codes for employee wages. Prepares bi-weekly payroll by encoding data into computer. Brings questionable items to the attention of the Finance Manager. Ensures accurate preparation and balancing of bi-weekly payroll. Ensures timely and accurate distribution of payroll checks and is accountable for unclaimed checks. Ensures payroll tax deposits/liability accounts processed timely. Prepares monthly/quarterly/annual reports for Tribal/State/Federal agencies as required by law. Responds to questions from staff pertaining to payroll matters. Reconciles and remits the Insurance Fund payables. Compiles information for annual audit of Payroll record and workers compensation audit. Responds to questions from auditors. Maintains accurate payroll records including leave balances, garnishments, notice of appointment, W-4 withholdings and personnel status changes. Ensures personnel records, time sheets and paid vouchers are filed following each pay period. Prepares payroll tax forms on monthly/quarterly/annual basis, including payroll tax deposits and payroll liability accounts. Prepares manual journal entries each pay periods well as posting into computerized system. Compiles monthly information for employees’ workers compensation premiums, health insurance, retirement and state withholding benefits for payment. Codes, processes and remits employee health insurance premiums. Ensures adequate cash availability prior to processing claims for payment. Prepares payment vouchers and manual checks as needed. Posts and files general journals, cash receipts, manual and computerized checks. Preparation of W-2 forms. Maintain confidentiality of all information processed. Prepare and create bank transfer requests for approval by Finance Manager. Performs other duties as assigned. Knowledge of computerized accounting as well as generally accepted accounting practices. Knowledge of Federal, State and Local payroll tax withholding requirements. Skills in use of office equipment, including data processing systems, 10-key by touch, typing 45 wpm. Ability to exercise tact and teamwork when dealing with co-workers and vendors. Possess skills to communicate orally and in writing. Ability to work independently with limited supervision. Must have the initiative and organizational skills to meet deadlines under time constraints. Possess Excel knowledge. High school diploma or GED. Two (2) years experience in accounting at the clerical level; or College graduate in Accounting/Business with one (1) year experience in computerized accounting/payroll functions. Experience in computerized payroll functions with three (3) to five (5) years specialized experience in payroll processing including maintenance, preparation and payroll tax liability. And/or any equivalent combination of education and/or experience.
Family Practice Physician #2022-51 (BHHC, STROUD) This position is to provide general medical/family practice services to eligible Native American/Alaska Natives for treatment that resides within the jurisdiction of the Sac and Fox Nation. The Black Hawk Health Center is an integral component of a community health care based program. The Nation’s health care program provides comprehensive outpatient health care services to eligible Native Americans/Alaska Natives. Examines and treats all eligible patients which may include, but not limited to chronic illnesses; acute illnesses, infant, child/adolescent health, preventive health, communicable diseases, and pregnancy. Provides urgent care/minor emergency services which may include lacerations; splinting broken bones; supportive treatment for patients with possible MI’s; administering life saving techniques; etc. Provides group and individual health education on a variety of topics, which include areas of health promotion and disease prevention. Provides in-services to staff, when requested. Maintains clear, concise, and accurate records on all patients. Records medical information in accordance with established policies and procedures. Chairs and/or Co-Chairs committees such as Infection Control, QI, Safety, and Risk Management, etc. as designated by the Medical Director and/or Health Director. Actively participates in QI activities. Prepares required documentation and/or necessary paperwork in a timely manner. Reviews and updates policy and procedures manuals related to general medical services/family practice at least annually or more frequent, as needed. Evaluates medical procedures relative to patient care with objectives of improving patient care. Such activities include peer review, drug utilization, etc. Attends required and necessary continuing medical education classes, workshop, etc. in order to remain updated on current medical practices. Works in concert with the Nation’s Contract Health Services program on referring patients. SUPERVISORY CONTROL: Provides supervision for laboratory, radiology, nurse practitioner, nurses (Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses) as designated by the Medical Director. GUIDELINES: Delivery of services are provided in accordance with the Nation’s guidelines; Black Hawk Health Center policies and procedures; AAAHC standards, State and Federal guidelines and standards; and accepted standards of practice as set forth by the American Medical Association or American Osteopathic Association. COMPLEXITY: The provision of medical care/Services encompasses the treatment of patients in regard to their physical, social, cultural and mental well being. This in itself is of a complex nature and requires the physician to practice holistic medicine with respect to the individual Native American/Alaska Native. Must use ingenuity in resolving problems as they occur in delivery of services and make recommendations on policy and procedure matters. Must maintain effective work relationships with employees, supervisors, tribal officials and other visitors to the facility. SCOPE AND EFFECT: The purpose of work is to provide preventive, diagnostic and therapeutic medical care and services in order to assist ambulatory health care staff in providing medical services to patients. These efforts and services are provided to prevent illness and promote the health and well being of the patients served. PERSONAL CONTACTS: Personal contacts are with patients, their families, staff within the health care program, other Nation staff and personnel from other agencies plus numerous community, state and federal agencies. PURPOSE OF CONTACTS: Personal contacts with patients and their families are to provide care, exchange information, teach, encourage and persuade them to improve or change life styles, dietary or health habits. Contacts with clinic personnel and outside agencies are for the purpose of exchanging information and coordinating patient care. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Work is performed in an ambulatory health care setting, which requires considerable walking between examine/treatment rooms, and long periods of moving about the work units. Work requires regular and recurring bending, stooping, stretching and lifting patients or similar activities. WORK ENVIRONMENT: Work is performed in an ambulatory health care setting. There is common exposure to infections and communicable diseases, potentially hazardous chemicals and biohazard material. The work may include a certain amount of exposure to hostile and/or emotionally disturbed patients, families and visitors. Must be aware of all risks involved and be willing to take precautions as requested and required. PUBLIC RELATIONS: Important attributes of any employee of the Nation, along with official performance of duties and personal appearance and public relations. Each employee is expected to make every effort to be well informed about the Sac and Fox Nation and the overall health program. Must be pleasant, courteous and cooperative and act in a manner to commend respect of co-workers and all other personnel. An optimistic attitude, patience and tolerance will create a more pleasant work environment. Must possess knowledge of the principles, practice, and procedures of health care quality management. Must possess knowledge of principles and practices of health promotion/disease prevention. Ability to develop medical care standards, guidelines, are plans, clinical policies and procedures. Knowledge of medical practice management, leadership and supervision necessary to provide sound guidance to the clinic staff of the health program. Graduate of an accredited college/unity of medicine and must possess a current unrestricted Oklahoma State license, current DEA license and must be an eligible Medicaid and Medicare provider.
Behavioral Health Administrative Assistant #2022-50 (BHHC, STROUD) This position is located within the Sac and Fox Nation Health System with the duty station at the Black Hawk Health Center. The purpose of this position is to provide administrative support and quality assurance duties of a varied nature. Special emphasis on: organizational skills, document review, typing, filing, scheduling, and maintaining an accurate records management system of information on clients for access by staff and data collection or research agencies. Provides support to the Behavioral Health Services staff in performing his/her duties. Assists with preparation of budget estimates, report preparation, maintenance of office supplies, materials, and equipment. Maintains records of compliance and ensures documentation is in order, serves as quality assurance coordinator. Serves as receptionist and maintains adequate secretarial/clerical support for the Behavioral Health Services Staff. Input patient data from Patient Care Component for collection of third party reimbursements through the Mental Health Package and Chemical Dependency Management Information Systems. Initiates and maintains a filing system for Client records as well as up-dates on an as needed basis. Forwards all request for information to the appropriate Behavioral Health Services staff for review and approval/disapproval. Have valid Oklahoma driver’s license and successfully pass an OSBI/National background check. Performs other job duties as assigned. Must have good oral and written communication, as well as possess good listening skills. Must be able to review information presented and develop creative solutions. Must honor the rights and privileges of program staff, clients, and visitors. Must be able to work effectively in varied situations with minimum loss of productivity and confusion. Knowledge of word processing computer application, document development, forms, scheduling, and skill in office management and effective interoffice communications. Must possess an understanding of special populations including sensitivity to the Native American culture. The Administrative Assistant will have a minimum of an Associate Degree or Specialty Training (in related field), preferred. Must have at least four (4) years experience in an administrative setting with clerical, computer word processing and bookkeeping skills mandatory. Incumbent is under the direct supervision of the Sac and Fox Nation Health System Behavioral Health Services Manager.
Behavioral Health Manager #2022-49 (BHHC, STROUD) This position is located within the Sac and Fox Nation Health System with the duty station at the Black Hawk Health Facility. The purpose of this position is the supervision of the mental health and substance abuse programs. This includes the supervision of professional level staff in providing a variety of services and assistance to eligible clients, and providing direction and guidance for program services, and coordinating program functions and activities within the Behavioral Health department. Promotes the involvement and coordinate participation of multiple community service agencies in the planning and development of comprehensive services. Coordinates development of innovative approaches of case management, client tracking, and follow up demonstrating client care. Coordinates all aspects of Behavioral Health Services to include administration, direction, monitoring of programmatic changes, and management. Implement and develop specification to further develop funding opportunities for the Black Hawk Health Center, Behavioral Health Services Program. Inclusive or proposal preparation funding third party collections or any other source of funds to continue overall program goals and objectives. Conduct needs based studies: Previews and analyzes information from studies and projects for immediate long-range program development; advises direct service staff and other Black Hawk Health Center staff of appropriate interpretation and application of agency rules and policies. Reviews staff report, administrative audits, program activities and other information to evaluate program effectiveness and quality of service; develops controls to assure accountability for program operation. Serves as backup for third party billing for Behavioral Health Services as needed, i.e. annual or sick leave, vacation, training, etc. Assist the Health Director, daily or as needed in the overall management of the Health Services Program. Treats all clients with respect and maintains cooperative attitude with other employees to facilitate quality patient care. Must maintain effective professional relationship with employees and supervisory staff of the Black Hawk Center; with tribal officials; and other agencies. Provide other duties as assigned. Professional experience and knowledge of implementation of programs providing counseling, prevention, intervention and referral services; good agency support skills; ability to set program standards according to AAAHC or similar certification standards; ability to supervise and evaluate personnel an program performance; effective communications skills, both oral and written. Completion of a Bachelor’s Degree and four (4) years of supervisory, managerial, or administrative experience in social work, counseling or guidance, OR an equivalent combination of education and experience, substituting one year of additional qualifying experience for each year of required education. Successfully pass an OSBI/National background check. Incumbent is under the supervision of the Medical Director. Administrative supervision of the Prevention Specialist/Case Manager, Case Manager, Substance Abuse Counselor and Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Direct supervision of the Administrative Assistant.
Compliance Officer #2022-48 (Gaming, Shawnee) The Compliance Officer assists with observing and reporting on all Sac and Fox Nation gaming facilities’ compliance with National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC) Minimum Internal Control Standards (MICS), Tribal Internal Control Standards (TICS) established by the Sac and Fox Nation Gaming Commission (SFNGC), Tribal-State Compact (TSC), Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) and Casino Policies and Procedures (P&P) as well as monitoring casino floor changes and assessing Environmental, Public Health, and Safety (EPHS) issues at all Nation gaming facilities. Complete Daily Checklists to ensure the casinos are complying with MICS, TICS, TSC, BSA, EPHS, and P&P. Test and verify all software for Class II and III gaming machines and servers, table games, Back of the House (BOH) systems, promotional devices, and kiosks, as required. Monitor gaming machine and table game installs, changes, moves, and removals at all Nation gaming facilities. Observe the SFN gaming facilities’ gaming floors to ensure compliance with all regulations and report any non-compliance issues found. Inspect facilities, food and beverage areas, parking lots, and perimeters to assess EPHS issues at all Nation gaming properties. Examine Nation gaming facilities prize giveaways, promotions, and tournaments for adherence to approved rules and fairness to the gaming public. Observe all gaming floor activity paying close attention to patrons and their adherence to fair gaming principles. Prepare reports on compliance activities and observations and review findings with Compliance Manager, Executive Director, Gaming Commission, and casino management as required. Assist SFNGC Internal Audit Department by performing assigned internal audits, special investigations, and research. Complete other duties and special projects as required. Be able to work productively with minimal supervision. Be self-motivated to search out compliance issues that need to be addressed. Be able to effectively and tactfully interact with casino staff, patrons, and vendors. Be able to identify, analyze, and resolve gaming and compliance issues. Be able to communicate issues clearly both orally and in writing. Be able to retain significant amounts of information in order to possess a working knowledge of the casino operations and applicable federal, state, and Nation laws and regulations. Be computer literate and able to operate general office equipment. Maintain a professional appearance and attitude at all times. Abide by very high ethical standards and securely handle confidential and sensitive information. Overall knowledge of and compliance with the P&P of the Nation gaming facilities, the Nation’s gaming laws and regulations, BSA, NIGC MICS, and TICS. College degree preferred.
Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Criminal Justice, Computer Science, Accounting, or related field is preferred; or Associate’s Degree in Business, Criminal Justice, Computer Science, or related field AND 2 years of experience in the casino industry in areas of Electronic Gaming Machines, Table Games, Vault, Cage, Drop/Count, Surveillance, Security, Revenue Audit, Internal Audit, Accounting, and/or Regulatory Compliance; or H.S. Diploma (or G.E.D.) AND 4 years of combined experience in the casino industry in areas of Electronic Gaming Machines, Table Games, Vault, Cage, Drop/Count, Surveillance, Security, Revenue Audit, Internal Audit, Accounting, and/or Regulatory Compliance, or Equivalent Combination of Education and Experience (Each 30 hours of completed postsecondary education may substitute one year of experience). Must be able to work various shifts, weekends, and holidays as the job dictates since SFNGC services Nation gaming facilities that are open 24/7/365. Exposure to smoke-filled, noisy environment. Ability to obtain and maintain a gaming license from the SFNGC. Ability to pass an initial and any subsequent random OSBI/National background check and drug screening. High School diploma. Prior gaming compliance experience and/or knowledge of casino operations preferred. Must be able to lift up to 20 pounds. Must have a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License. Must be able to stand for long periods of time.
Surveillance Officer #2022-47 (Gaming, Shawnee) The Compliance Officer assists with observing and reporting on all Sac and Fox Nation gaming facilities’ compliance with National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC) Minimum Internal Control Standards (MICS), Tribal Internal Control Standards (TICS) established by the Sac and Fox Nation Gaming Commission (SFNGC), Tribal-State Compact (TSC), Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) and Casino Policies and Procedures (P&P) as well as monitoring casino floor changes and assessing Environmental, Public Health, and Safety (EPHS) issues at all Nation gaming facilities. Complete Daily Checklists to ensure the casinos are complying with MICS, TICS, TSC, BSA, EPHS, and P&P. Test and verify all software for Class II and III gaming machines and servers, table games, Back of the House (BOH) systems, promotional devices, and kiosks, as required. Monitor gaming machine and table game installs, changes, moves, and removals at all Nation gaming facilities. Observe the SFN gaming facilities’ gaming floors to ensure compliance with all regulations and report any non-compliance issues found. Inspect facilities, food and beverage areas, parking lots, and perimeters to assess EPHS issues at all Nation gaming properties. Examine Nation gaming facilities prize giveaways, promotions, and tournaments for adherence to approved rules and fairness to the gaming public. Observe all gaming floor activity paying close attention to patrons and their adherence to fair gaming principles. Prepare reports on compliance activities and observations and review findings with Compliance Manager, Executive Director, Gaming Commission, and casino management as required. Assist SFNGC Internal Audit Department by performing assigned internal audits, special investigations, and research. Complete other duties and special projects as required. Be able to work productively with minimal supervision. Be self-motivated to search out compliance issues that need to be addressed. Be able to effectively and tactfully interact with casino staff, patrons, and vendors. Be able to identify, analyze, and resolve gaming and compliance issues. Be able to communicate issues clearly both orally and in writing. Be able to retain significant amounts of information in order to possess a working knowledge of the casino operations and applicable federal, state, and Nation laws and regulations. Be computer literate and able to operate general office equipment. Maintain a professional appearance and attitude at all times. Abide by very high ethical standards and securely handle confidential and sensitive information. Overall knowledge of and compliance with the P&P of the Nation gaming facilities, the Nation’s gaming laws and regulations, BSA, NIGC MICS, and TICS. College degree preferred. Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Criminal Justice, Computer Science, Accounting, or related field is preferred; OR, Associate’s Degree in Business, Criminal Justice, Computer Science, or related field AND 2 years of experience in the casino industry in areas of Electronic Gaming Machines, Table Games, Vault, Cage, Drop/Count, Surveillance, Security, Revenue Audit, Internal Audit, Accounting, and/or Regulatory Compliance; OR, H.S. Diploma (or G.E.D.) AND 4 years of combined experience in the casino industry in areas of Electronic Gaming Machines, Table Games, Vault, Cage, Drop/Count, Surveillance, Security, Revenue Audit, Internal Audit, Accounting, and/or Regulatory Compliance, OR Equivalent Combination of Education and Experience (Each 30 hours of completed postsecondary education may substitute one year of experience). Must be able to work various shifts, weekends, and holidays as the job dictates since SFNGC services Nation gaming facilities that are open 24/7/365. Exposure to smoke-filled, noisy environment. Ability to obtain and maintain a gaming license from the SFNGC. Ability to pass an initial and any subsequent random OSBI/National background check and drug screening. High School diploma. Prior gaming compliance experience and/or knowledge of casino operations preferred. Must be able to lift up to 20 pounds. Must have a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License. Must be able to stand for long periods of time.
Certification Specialist A #2022-46 (USDA/SHAWNEE) Greets program participants at the front desk and answers telephone calls. Routes calls, answers questions regarding program requirements, schedules appointments. Implements certification, re-certification and appeals procedures; provides information about eligibility requirements for the program; and documents needed to process application. Provides information for other Social Services, as needed. Ensures duties are in full compliance with the USDA regulations in the FNS 501 Handbook. Enters certification/inventory data on the FDPIR Automated Inventory System (AIS) program. Assists with program outreach and nutrition education procedures. Reports to and is supervised by the Certification Manager. Responsible for daily sign-in sheet and availability of writing instruments, applications, various certification forms, household issue sheets, and clip boards for the front desk and lobby. Insures participants are served in a timely manner per sign-in sheet, make next month’s appointment in schedule book and on their ID card. Answers telephone and routes calls to appropriate persons or informs potential participant callers of program eligibility, application procedures and documents needed to process their application, set-up appointment date and hours for certification interview and issuance of commodity foods. Certifies applicants for the Food Distribution Program in compliance with the USDA FNS 501 Handbook. Informs all potential recipients of program eligibility requirements, application procedures, sites and dates of distribution. Conducts interviews of applicants, obtains information related to certification and verification of application statements. Certifies households as eligible or ineligible, prepares all necessary forms and information for case files, issues ID cards with current and next scheduled appointment dates. Prepares required program forms for notification to households of their eligibility or ineligibility, and expiration notices in a timely manner. Updates case files daily on the FDPIR/AIS computer program for certifications, re-certifications, and household changes. Performs clerical duties as needed; responsible for reproduction of necessary forms and nutritional information. Maintains all records and files utilized for certification and computer programs. Assists with implementing all certification Fair Hearing and Civil Rights appeals filed against the Certification and Nutrition Education component of the program for the Certification Manager’s review. Maintains daily certification log for the completion of the monthly DHS Participant Report for the Certification Manager. Coordinates with all county DHS offices and area Food Distribution Programs to prevent dual participation. Documents program complaints and forwards to the Certification Manager. Maintains all active/inactive certification files in an orderly fashion and protects confidentiality of the case files. Assists with program outreach and distribution of Nutrition Education information. Assists the elderly/disabled as needed with applications and issue sheets. Assists in checking out participants in the store(s) as needed on the AIS. Performs related work as required by the Certification Manager or Director. Skill in operating ten key adding machine by touch. Type 55 wpm with 80% accuracy. Basic knowledge of office related computer applications and data entry. Knowledge of Federal/Tribal program regulations and policies. Excellent customer service skills in dealing with the general public. Good physical condition. Speak English & Sauk or Kickapoo Language preferred. High School diploma or GED
Associates Degree or 2 years of college preferred; or 2 years of experience in related clerical/office work. Any equivalent combination of education and experience
Part-Time Meal Delivery Driver for Title VI #2022-44 (STROUD) Under the general supervision of the Head Cook, incumbent will be responsible for meal deliveries, preparation, and all related kitchen duties, practices, health, safety, sanitation, and food storage. Prepares, packages, and delivers home bound meals to eligible Title VI participants at the nutrition site. Responsible for all kitchen related duties and practices. Such as: sanitation, health, safety, and food storage. Records daily meal counts of all home bound meals delivered/undelivered. If undelivered, records the reason as to why the meal was undeliverable. Must have or be able to obtain a Food Handlers License. Performs other duties as assigned. Excellent interpersonal communication skills. Ability to work in a fast paced, high-stressed environment. Ability to contribute to a teamwork oriented environment. Reliable transportation. High school diploma or GED equivalent, preferred. Must be able to stand/sit for long periods of time. Must be able to lift and/or move up to 40 pounds. Must have a valid Oklahoma driver’s license. Must be insurable. Must be 21 years of age or older. Must be able to pass a pre-employment drug screen, physical, and background check.
Tax Clerk #2022-41 (STROUD) Under administrative direction, performs office management work of the Tax Commission. Responsible for implementing and maintaining a computerized tax collection system, billing system, licensing system, motor vehicle system, and preparation of reports and documents pertaining to the tribal tax as administered by the Tax Commission; and provides administrative support to the Tax Director including planning, research, communications, coordination of programs or services, personnel, record keeping, obligation control, and inventory management. Is principally responsible for the accomplishment of the research, inspection, and enforcement elements of the Tax Commission and Tribal regulations. Will serve as the principal deputy to the director of the Sac and Fox Tax Commission and serve in the capacity of acting Director of the Tax Commission in the absence of the Director, requiring independent decisions based on existing laws, rules, regulations, and procedures. Receives, examines, reviews, and adjudicates applications and documents required for issuance of licenses, certifications, and other forms to implement tribal tax ordinances. Calculates tax rates and issues licenses, permits, titles, tags, registrations, and receipts. Responsible for quality control of all aspects and sources of tax revenue, including tax forms and related documents to ensure all reports and remittances are properly completed in a timely manner and in compliance with all tribal regulating ordinances. Maintains tracking system of due dates for reports, survey results, and status of tax codes; and is responsible for and/or preparation of periodic and special reports for determinations and actions in departmental matters. Assists in the planning and preparation of departmental budgets, departmental correspondence, obligation control, and inventory control. Communicates with businesses to obtain and maintain necessary technical information on all businesses operating within tribal jurisdiction. Organizes and maintains taxpayer files, databases, and other departmental files so as to ensure confidentiality of information. Responsible for data entry into computerized tax collection and billing system and information system management. Investigates delinquent tax cases referred by the agency investigators and other sources. Pursues through direct and indirect communications information necessary to determine extent of tax delinquency. Coordinates with the Director in the analysis of current abstracts to determine clear title for establishing accurate records on the Sac and Fox lands. Performs typing duties required of a qualified typist and work processing. Operates duplicating equipment, responsible for reproducing the required amount of reproduction, collation, binding, and final preparation of reports and documents. Performs minor maintenance and cleaning of computer equipment as needed. Participates in regular and/or special staff conferences to keep abreast of taxation issues and activities. Serves as recording secretary at the Tax Commission meetings and is responsible for the timely submission of completed and certified minutes of all Tax Commission meetings. May be required to work two days a month at the Shawnee Office. Valid Oklahoma driver’s license required. Performs related work as required and assigned. Receives, analyzes and gathers pertinent data; answers inquiries referred to the commission. Receives and reviews documents for licenses, certificates and other necessary forms to implement Tribal regulating ordinances. Responsible for monitoring and maintenance of a computer tax assessment and billing system. Phones, visits, inspects and monitors individual and taxable business operations and activities within the Sac and Fox jurisdiction making sure that these individuals are in compliance with all taxing laws of the Nation. Gathers investigations, prepares such reports and studies necessary, on any given tax source in an effort to keep supervisor informed of such action taken that may affect the collection of taxes, hence enforcing collection of taxes. Locate taxpayers and parties to collect taxes or overdue accounts, loss/damage claims. Visits or phones persons regarding delinquent payment of taxes. Keeps record of collection and status of accounts. Examines and analyzes tax assets and liabilities to determine amount of delinquent taxes as necessary. Visits establishments licensed by tribal government to ascertain that valid licenses and permits are displayed and that licensing standards are being upheld. Prepared reports on violators and recommends action. Performs other related duties as required by the Director. Demonstrated ability to work with and communicate with public both orally and in writing; thorough knowledge of secretarial skills including record keeping, filing and operation of various office machines; skills in mathematical and simple algebraic calculations, bookkeeping, and intermediate computer skills; and general knowledge of oil and gas, royalty valuation, and realty terminology. Knowledge of office management practices and preparation of written correspondence. Ability to work from written and oral instructions. Typing skills at 55 wpm with 90% accuracy and computer skills required. Experience with Quattro Pro, Excel and/or other financial or statistical software would be ideal. Basic understanding of tribal taxing powers; general knowledge of principles of public administration. High school diploma or GED equivalent plus five (5) years experience in secretarial work and 1 ½ years specialized experience in taxation. General experience in administrative, technical or other responsible work which provided opportunity to gain skill in dealing with the public. Indian preference. Education can be substituted as follows: 15 credit hours for 6 months of specialized experience in a related field, i.e., Public Administration, Business Administration or Political Science. Certificate showing completion of an accredited secretarial training program can be substituted for 2 years of secretarial experience, or any equivalent combination of education and experience. Majority of work is performed indoors. Regularly required to sit, talk, or hear; stand and walk. Frequently required to use hands to touch/handle equipment, or reach with hands and arms. Occasionally required to stand and walk. Occasionally lift and/or move up to 40 pounds.
RN Case Manager #2022-38 (BHHC/STROUD) The incumbent is under the general direction of the Special Projects Manager and will be part of the Diabetes program team, guided by the Indian Health Service Standards of Care for Patients with Type 2 Diabetes and the National Standards for Diabetes Education. The case manager will be required to have knowledge and skills in the area of diabetes case management, diabetes education, preventive health care through detection and management of diabetes by the prevention of deterioration and complications. Will determine and assess the educational needs of the target population and identify resources necessary to meet the self-management needs of the patient. As a diabetes team member the Case Manager will provide quality review of patient charts and review information obtained from various assessment activities held with in the community and the clinical diabetes prevention programs in order to develop goals and objectives to expand and utilize for annual programmatic planning. The Case Manager will assists with the coordinated approach to planning and evaluation of diabetes management and education in the delivery of care to diabetic patients in accordance with Black Hawk Health Center polices and procedures. Maintaining a special sensitivity in regards to the American Indian/Alaska Native population being served. Incumbent will audit individual patients chart in order to provide early detection and management of diabetes and related disease’s before it has time to progress and cause irreversible damage, emphasizing that improved metabolic control will help decrease the prevalence and onset of diabetes complications. Foot examination, treatment and referral for additional evaluation and treatment will be an essential aspect of this position. Monitors patients progress through individualized goals as set by the client, case manager and physician’s orders. Provide counseling until the level of knowledge, improvement and progression in goals are reached placing an emphasis on behavior modification through education and counseling through the use of multiple modalities. To be documented by including such evidence requirements in the education program agenda and the curricula outline as developed by the case manager. Maintains frequent contact with the health care team to provide specific ongoing education, counseling and support for clients, through the use of a variety of teaching and learning methods to meet the needs of the individual, family and community members. Develops program policies and procedures to meet the requirements of the Integrated Diabetes Education and Clinical Standards Recognition Program for American Indian and Alaska Native Communities. To monitor and evaluate the case management program for quality assurance and assure that the program is in line with the Americans Diabetes Association and any other standards deemed necessary. Is responsible for assisting the Special Projects Manager with the implementation of any aspect in regards to Special Diabetes Grant for example diabetes and wellness camps, community prevention activities, diabetes education, awareness through media, health fairs, nutrition fairs, retreats and any additional activities. Audits patient’s health record to ascertain the need for diabetes education and maintains, reviews and audits patients activity data, nutritional services file, and entries in medical records and conducts program reviews to identify strengths, deficiencies and unmet diabetic care requirements in order to apply corrective actions.
The case manager will be required to maintain current diabetes case management education information regarding the disease and its management in American Indian/Alaska Native populations to have the knowledge, skills and abilities in behavioral intervention, teaching/learning and counseling/communication methods in regards to the delivery of diabetes management services. Will be required to obtain a minimum of twelve (12) continuing education hours every two (2) years in diabetes management, behavior interventions, teaching and learning skills, and counseling skills. Education content and distribution of hours will be based on program needs and diabetes team input. Incumbent must be willing to work towards gaining the credentials of a Certified Diabetes Educator if not currently CDE certified. Will be required to attend any meeting as may be required concerning the Special Diabetes Grant and will participate at a member of the diabetes team and will be a member of the BHHC diabetes care committee and cooperate with any other community services as required. The case manager will maintain confidentiality of all patient records and care information. Will perform other duties and assignments as required or delegated by the Special Projects Manager or the Health Director. PHYSICAL DEMAND: The case manager will be required to perform activities that will include walking, standing and carrying of light items and could on occasion require heavy lifting of a patient(s). Perform home visits, which may involve driving a vehicle up to several hours a day. The physical demands will be limited to the performance of the duties and responsibilities ad described. Incumbent must be able to provide various diabetic teaching processes including assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of the individualized education and treatment of Diabetes Type 1 and 2, Hyperlipidemia, Obesity, High Blood Pressure and other related diseases. Will need to be familiar with methods of documentation (PCC, RPMS) and other educational forms as needed and be familiar with education codes (RPMS) is preferred. SOAP charting is the accepted documentation method for educational interventions. Incumbent must possess skills in public speaking in regards to Health Fairs and any other event that may require such skill. Must be able to writ concise and ease to understand diabetes educational curricula and materials modified and reviewed to fit community needs. Minimum of baccalaureate degree from an accredited university or college in nursing and be licensed as a registered nurse by the Oklahoma State Board of Nursing this position will require case management experience and an Oklahoma drivers license.
LPN #2022-36 (BHHC/STROUD) Under the supervision of a professional nurse or physician renders nursing care to patients within the clinic. Observes and documents symptoms, conditions of patients, vital signs, administers medications prescribed by the physician. Prepare treatment trays, instruments and other equipment. Assists the physician with treatments and procedures. Documents nursing care, medications, nursing diagnosis and etc. on the PCC form. Assist in maintaining a physical, social and psychological environment, which will be conductive to the best interest and welfare of patients. Maintains workrooms, exam rooms and medication closet by restocking supplies and adhering to principals of infection control. Collects and bags soiled materials after patient procedures. Sterilizes and makes up packs of supplies, instruments and dressings. Informs Director of Nursing when outside supplies and medications needs to be ordered from the central warehouse. Provides first-aid and CPR when necessary. Carries out procedures and treatments as assigned by the physician. Serves on committees as assigned. Determines the patient load i.e. Walk-ins and the priority of care, informs the RN of critical cases, informs the Health Information manager when the maximum number of Walk-ins has been reached and determine if patients can then be seen on emergency basis. Performs other duties as assigned as it relates to scope of duties for this position. Incumbent must have a working knowledge of infection control, medical procedures, immunization requirements and the ability to administer medication according to the five (5) rules. Must have a working knowledge of autoclaving of instruments and supplies, setting up treatment trays and the ability to assist the physician with treatments and procedures. Must have a working knowledge of nursing care in general and specialty clinics, such as prenatal, well child, postnatal, and diabetic clinics. Incumbent must have knowledge of HIPPA rules and regulations and the Code of Ethics for nursing field. Incumbent must have graduated from an accredited School of Licensed Practical Nursing. Must have either passed the Licensed Practical Exam or be in the progress of taking the exam and pass the exam after completion. Incumbent must be CPR certified. Must successfully pass an OSBI/National background check. Must have a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License. Must be insurable. Must be able to pass a pre-employment drug screen, OSBI/background check, and physical. Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds. Must be able to sit and/or stand for long periods of time.
Capitol Security Officer-Part Time #2022-35 (STROUD) Under immediate supervision of the Capitol Security Supervisor, enforces tribal, state and federal law and regulation. Safeguards life and property of the Sac and Fox Nation against violators and violations of law, maintains efficient security and police services through mandatory training, knowledge of laws and adherence to supervision. Patrols buildings and tribal grounds, examining doors and windows to determine that they are secure, checking electrical office equipment, appliances and lights in offices, which were not turned off. Prevents and discourages criminal activity, warning violators of rule infractions and if necessary contact the Tribal Police Department, documenting by means of a report and logging the incident. Watches for and reports irregular activities, notifies supervisor and/or police or fire department by police radio or telephone for assistance or in case of emergency. Answers inquiries and gives directions to employees and the general public, allows authorized persons in or out of buildings and property, through proper procedures and coordination of all committees, employees and/or groups that have meetings within the grounds or facilities, this in writing. Prepares Capitol Security reports daily, transports daily mail to local post office and deposits to the local bank as security officers. Adheres to the Policy Manuals. General knowledge of the methods and objectives of security work, knowledge to include tribal, state and federal laws. Knowledge of emergency procedures (EMS, CPR, First Aid, etc.) Effective in oral and written communications, executing both while in capacity of being a Capitol Security officer. Skilled in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with others, in following written and oral instructions, and in evaluating and adopting effective courses of action. High School Diploma or GED, three (3) years experience as a security guard and/or one (1) year experience as a police office, with completion of a security training program, police academy or reserve police academy training program; or any equivalent combination of education and experience. Must be at least 21 years of age, must reside in or near the tribal jurisdictional area, must pass a background investigation (has not been convicted of a felony, a crime or moral turpitude, or who has been dishonorably discharged from the Armed Forces of the United States), must be in good to excellent general health; free from any mental or physical problems. Height must be in proportion with weight, eyesight must be 20/20 or corrected to 20/20 (contact lenses and glasses are acceptable) and hearing must be normal in both ears (no hearing aid devices).
Facility Director #2022-32 (JDC/STROUD) This position is charged with implementing policies and programs of the SFN for the benefit of juvenile youths. The Facility Administrator is responsible to the Tribal Administrator and directs the staff units that are responsible for the Nation’s juvenile services including personnel, building and grounds, medical services, and resident life activities. This position works closely with other Program Directors, the Comptroller, and other management staff in carrying out the administrative and programmatic support operations of the Nation’s juvenile program. Directs and supervises the work of the juvenile detention staff. Investigates and reports on complaints from clients or their families of incidents occurring on or off campus; consults with employees regarding rights and responsibilities in mistreatment investigations; maintains statistics and records regarding such investigations, attends grievance and abuse review committee meetings. Provides administrative direction and support for facility compliance with Juvenile detention facility standards, i.e., Bureau of Indian Affairs, American Correctional Association, and etc. Produces statistical reports, analysis, and exhibits for internal use by other management staff for external reporting to federal, state, and local funding and regulatory agencies. Maintains the Nation’s juvenile services administrative policy and procedures manual. Manages the building and grounds of Nation’s facility and ensures compliance with zoning, building, health, and safety licensing or certification requirements. Ensures the Tribal Administrator is kept fully informed on the conditions and operations of the juvenile facility and on all-important factors influencing the program. Plans, formulates, and drafts basic policies and programs that will further the objectives of the SFN juvenile program. Conduct staff meetings, and encourages professional personnel to furnish suggestions and recommendations contributing to the full development of the facility program; review reports of staff members and prepares special reports of facility activities. Plans, organizes, and directs programs and services; evaluates results and recommends policies, procedures, and action to achieve program goals. Gives guidance on matters of the juvenile program, publications, budget, and legal responsibility. Management of fiscal resources and development of grants and contracts. Makes frequent inspections of all units to evaluate efficiency and operations; conducts regular staff meetings to review security operations, explain policies and procedures or discuss security matters. Ensures that all funds, physical assets, and other property of the Nation are appropriately safeguarded and administered. Plans, coordinates, and conducts a public relations program to enhance public acceptance of the Nation’s juvenile detention program. Requirements at this level consist of a Bachelor’s Degree and one year of professional or technical administrative experience in business, public administration or corrections, or at least five (5) years administrative experience supervising staff in a residential treatment or detention setting, or an equivalent combination of education and experience (at least two (2) years experience working with juveniles is preferred) technical administrative experience would include highly complex clerical work gained under the direct supervision of a professional supervisor or manager.
Environmental Specialist #2022-29 (STROUD) Performs routine technical and professional work in an environmental quality or environmental/public health program or special project. Responsible for collection information and/or conducting various inspections and evaluations related to environmental quality, disposal of hazardous and solid wastes, sanitary and health conditions, protection of natural resources and similar environmental concerns. Basic and routine work is typically performed under general supervision with prescribed objectives in insuring compliance with existing tribal and federal regulations. Skill in operating and maintaining monitoring and detection equipment; in conducting basic laboratory procedures; in establishing and maintaining professional working relationships with others; in writing technical reports; in collecting samples; in applying research methodologies; and GIS and GPS experience. Computer skills required. A bachelor’s degree in a climate resilience related field; or; physical, natural or biological science, public health, environmental health or environmental science; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience, substituting one (1) year of professional experience in one of the above listed degree areas for each year of the required education. Must have a valid Oklahoma Driver License and be insurable; must be able to pass a pre-employment drug screen, background check, and physical; must be able to lift up to 50 pounds; must be able to work both outdoors and indoors.
Environmental Technician #2022-28 (STROUD) Provide technical assistance within the Office of Environmental Services Department on current and emergent environmental issues and needs within the Sac and Fox Nation Jurisdiction. Assist the Environmental Specialist and Environmental Coordinator with data and sample collections and in developing and implementing programs addressing environmental issues such as: solid waste, water quality, drinking water, air quality, and site assessments. High School Diploma/GED. 1-2 years general clerical experience. Strong computer skills. Must be able to travel, which may require overnight stay, for 20% of the time. Must be able to lift 50 lbs. and navigate through rough terrain. Applicant must successfully pass an OSBI/National background check and Drug Screen. Preference in hiring is given to qualified Native Americans. Applicants claiming Indian Preference must provide a copy of their CDIB.
Surveillance Shift Supervisor #2022-24 (Gaming/SHAWNEE) This position is responsible supervision of Surveillance Operators when Surveillance Manager is not available. Responsible for protection of casino assets. Possesses knowledge of clandestine surveillance operations. Documents procedure infractions. Documents incidents of theft, etc. Conducts or assigns Close Watch or other special surveillance. Informs Surveillance Manager of special observation request. Forwards all reports to Manager. Recommends Close Watch on personnel observed to be acting suspiciously. Makes proper notifications of Gaming and other violations. Represents Manager in his absence. Handles communication with Casino management and Security on his/her shift. Forwards information as required to Casino management. Arrives early to receive briefing from outgoing shift. Assists Manager in preparing schedules. Assigns operator duties. Ensures all reports are complete and understandable. Recommends personnel for promotion and disciplinary actions. On the job training on casino operations, equipment and Surveillance activities. Ensures proper function of equipment. Briefs incoming shift as required. Maintains data files on criminal activity, players and procedural infractions. Maintains strict confidentiality. Completes other duties and special projects as required. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Must maintain a professional appearance. Knowledge of methods of cheating games and other related activities. Broad knowledge of games and casino rules, procedures and administration. Familiarity with camera equipment and methods of operations and recording. Ability to perform assigned duties in highly interruptive conditions and constant time pressures. Must be able to handle a fast-paced environment. Minimum education of high school diploma or GED. Previous casino surveillance experience.
Human Resources Director #2022-22 (STROUD) This position involves specialized work in developing and maintaining the Human Resources department of the Sac & Fox Nation. In addition, develops and administers various human resource plans and procedures for all SFN personnel. Responsible for providing services in the area of employment, wage and salary administration, training, career development, employment, employment benefits, insurance, retirement program, and personnel data/statistical information. Plans, organizes, and controls all activities of the department. Participates in developing department goals, objectives, and systems. Recommends and initiates necessary changes to meet programmatic changes. Implements and annually updates compensation program; rewrites job descriptions as necessary; conducts salary surveys and participates in the development of all program salary budgets; analyzes compensation, monitors performance evaluation program and revises as necessary. Develops, recommends, and implements personnel policies and procedures; prepares and maintains handbook on policies and procedures; performs benefits administration to include claims resolution, change reporting, approving invoices for payment, annual re-evaluation of policies for cost effectiveness, and information activities program. Conducts recruitment effort for all exempt and nonexempt personnel. Participates in decisions, and results of department in relation to established goals. Recommends new approaches, policies, and procedures to effect continual improvements in efficiency of department and services performed. Ensures personnel records are established and maintained in accordance with applicable employments laws/mandates. Retains employment records as prescribed by law. Maintains the Nation’s organizational charts. Acts in the labor relations capacity and performs such function in cooperation with Program Directors to ensure equitable and fairness. Acts as technical consultant on employment laws, i.e. Workmen’s Compensation, ADA, EEO, etc. Considerable knowledge of principles and practices of personnel administration, effective communication skills, and the ability to give leadership to programs and to relate well to others. Ability to write, clear, accurate, and logically. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with program officials, supervisors, employees, and Tribal Officials. Ability to deal tactfully with public. Ability to exercise sound judgment, be able to plan, be well organized, and have excellent oral and written communication skills, work well under pressure, take the initiative, and be flexible and cooperative. Individual should be accurate, timely and respect confidentiality concerning employee information and SFN records. Familiarity with applicable state and federal regulations. Bachelor’s degree and three years’ general experience in the personnel field, OR Master’s degree in personnel administration and two years’ general experience in the personnel field, OR Seven years’ progressively responsible work in the Human Resources Field, OR any appropriate combination of education and experience.
Executive Director #2022-21 (Gaming, Shawnee) Under immediate general supervision of the Gaming Commission Responsible for overall management of Gaming Office. Supervises the Surveillance, Compliance, Internal Audit and Licensing Department of the Gaming Commission. Monitors Tribal laws, rules and regulations and make recommendations for amendments as necessary. Maintains strict confidentiality. Serves as the official representative of the Gaming Commission. Annually prepares and submits to the Business Committee, for its approval, the budget for the succeeding fiscal year. Submits update reports as needed. Takes such action as may be determined by the Gaming commission as necessary to protect the security and integrity of gaming. Monitors the casino for gaming related offenses, violations of internal control, minimum procedures and other criminal violations. Tracks true impacts of gaming on the community and negotiates with state and local police office for adequate law enforcement to deal with criminal behavior response from gaming. Carries out the duties and responsibilities provided under the Gaming Control Article IV, Section J and as well as such other duties with respect to gaming activities. Completes other duties and special projects as required Knowledge of casino operations is a plus. Ability to obtain a gaming license from the Sac and Fox Gaming Commission. Minimum education of four (4) year college preferred. Five years in management experience in a regulatory/compliance agency.
ARPA Maintenance Technician #2022-15 (Temporary, STROUD) Performs unskilled to skilled tasks in one or more of the various trades. Maintains and repairs various types of buildings, frames, fences and other structures; repairs and maintains doors, floor, windows, screens and miscellaneous wooden fixtures; and maintains and repairs various types of roofs. Operates trucks, tractors, and other motorized vehicles in the performance of assigned duties. Cleans and maintains tools and equipment. Performs custodial services as needed. Performs work that pertains to funerals and tribal customs. General knowledge of the tools, equipment, materials and methods utilized in the building trades; and of the hazards and safety precautions of the building trades. Must be skilled in following oral and written instructions; and in performing building maintenance and repairs. Must possess class “D” Driver’s License and be insurable. Must be able to pass a pre-employment physical, drug screening, and background check. Must be 21 years of age or older.
Landscapers/Laborers #2022-14 (Seasonal, Stroud) Under general supervision of the Maintenance Technician Leader. Performs grounds maintenance to include mowing, weed removal, trimming of tree limbs and removing brush. Maintains tribal cemeteries Maintains grounds around tribal buildings and tribal grounds. Picks up trash and debris on tribal grounds. Operates tribal trucks, tractors, mowers, and other motorized vehicles in the performance of assigned duties. Performs minor maintenance on vehicle and equipment. Cleans and Maintains tools and equipment. Performs custodial services as needed. Assist Technicians when needed Performs other duties as assigned. Possess class “D” Driver’s License and be insurable. High School Education/GED desirable 6 months to 1 year experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities above.
ARPA Specialist II #2022-13 (Temporary, Stroud) To act as clerical support to the Nation’s American Rescue Plan Act Program administering the functions of the Department, i.e. monitoring and implementing American Rescue Plan Act guidelines from US Treasury, maintaining records, and preparing various reports as directed. Performs general clerical duties of the department including the following: Maintains up-to-date copies of American Rescue Plan Act Funding guidelines from US Treasury for the department. Provides support and assistance with the functions of the Department by maintaining an effective and efficient records management system and knowledge of all the proper guidelines. Composes and types correspondence on a routine basis. Receives and distributes incoming and outgoing mail for the Department. Responsible for maintaining and organizing files. Responsible for accurate and timely filing of documentation and schedules. Maintains official files and documentation related to COVID-19 Relief and CARES funding. Other duties as assigned. High School graduate or completion of equivalency program. A minimum of three (3) years of experience in an office setting, preferably with at least one year experience in an administrative position or related field.
ARPA Specialist I #2022-12 (Temporary, Stroud) To act as clerical support to the Nation’s American Rescue Plan Act Program administering the functions of the Department, i.e. monitoring and implementing American Rescue Plan Act guidelines from US Treasury, maintaining records, and preparing various reports as directed. Performs general clerical duties of the department including the following: Maintains up-to-date copies of American Rescue Plan Act Funding guidelines from US Treasury for the department. Provides support and assistance with the functions of the Department by maintaining an effective and efficient records management system and knowledge of all the proper guidelines. Composes and types correspondence on a routine basis. Receives and distributes incoming and outgoing mail for the Department. Responsible for maintaining and organizing files. Responsible for accurate and timely filing of documentation and schedules. Maintains official files and documentation related to COVID-19 Relief and CARES funding. Other duties as assigned. High School graduate or completion of equivalency program. A minimum of three (3) years of experience in an office setting, preferably with at least one year experience in an administrative position or related field.
Food Sovereignty Laborer #2021-54 (STROUD) Under the Food Sovereignty, provides assignments, determines objectives and deadlines; assists in carrying out the functions and activities of the Program. Performs services related to food sovereignty, gardening, land improvements and care of the cattle. Complete assignments provided by the Manager and assist Manager in maintaining proper care of cattle including but not limited to feeding/nutrition, medical attention and/or obtaining veterinary care, security of holding areas/grazing areas, address and correct/cure any issues/situations under the control of the Manager that may be harmful or detrimental to cattle. Complete assignments in implementing necessary practices for planting and growing vegetation. Complete assignments in implementing necessary practices for land improvement including but not limited to weed control/cedar control, constructing new fencing as needed, repairing/replacing fencing as needed to improve the land. Must have basic knowledge of implementing land practices. Must have basic knowledge of livestock. Must have experience helpful to promoting the Food Sovereignty program for the Sac and Fox Nation. Must be familiar with issues and concerns pertaining to Food Sovereignty in Native American tribes.
Economic Development Director #2021-42 (STROUD) Develops a strategic plan to advance the Nation’s economic development objectives and to promote revenue, profitability and growth. Manages operations and day to day activities of the company’s wholly owned by the Sac and Fox Nation to ensure production efficiency, quality, service and cost-effective management of resources. Participate in the preparation, implementation and approval processes of budgets and monitors budgets regularly assisting in resolution and modification processes. Monitors operations and provides oversight to ensure top quality customer service is provided to all customers. Responsible for annual operating budget and monitors & reports progress of actual versus projected figures on a monthly basis. Investigates negative deviations and sets and monitors objectives to correct. Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in public or business administration, planning, economics, or other closely related field. A master’s degree in public administration; a master’s degree in business administration; or a closely related field is desirable. (Any combination of relevant education and experience may be considered.) 3-5 years of increasingly responsible professional experience in economic development and related activities. Experience at a managerial level with responsibility for planning and development, supervision of professional, technical, and clerical staff, and budget preparation. Knowledge in financial management and budget systems.
Comptroller #2019-60 (STROUD) Directorship level professional and administrative work, which includes the planning, directing and coordination of financial activities of the SFN. The work involves the independent and regular exercise of discretion and judgment regarding all facts of the SFN’s finances, which include, but are not limited to, accounting practices, fiscal record keeping, financial data gathering and reporting, general and property accounting, cost accounting and budgetary controls. Also involved in appraising and making recommendations regarding operating results in terms of costs, budgets, operations, trends and increased profit opportunities. Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration or Accounting or equivalent of education and experience. Five (5) years of experience, of which two must be as a supervisor in private industry or with a tribal government.
Resident Advisor #2010-32 (Juvenile Detention Center/STROUD) The Resident Advisor provides direct supervision and interaction with Facility Residents on a continual basis. This position is responsible for the safety and security of the juvenile residents. Applicants must possess valid Oklahoma driver’s license; be able to work flexible hours; at least 21 years of age; high school diploma or GED; One (1) year experience working with juveniles in a residential or detention setting or two (2) years providing juveniles with supervision in a formal setting preferred. Commensurate with experience, plus great benefits.
For more information and to apply, visit our website at www.sacandfoxnation-nsn.gov or contact Human Resources, Sac and Fox Nation, 920963 S. Hwy 99, Stroud, OK 74079, phone 918-968-3526 x1013 or x1014.
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Below you will find detailed information about our current Human Resource policies and procedures as well as all of the necessary forms to help you better understand your workplace and the benefits offered.
We look forward to helping you! If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Human Resources Department at 918-968-3526. Below you will find detailed information about our current Human Resource policies and procedures as well as all of the necessary forms to help you better understand your workplace and the benefits offered.