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Maintenance Technician/Mechanic #2022-31 (STROUD) Inspects vehicle engine and mechanical components to diagnose issues accurately. Conduct routine maintenance work aiming to vehicle functionality and longevity. Repair or replace broken or dysfunctional parts and fix issues. Provide accurate estimates of time and effort for the repair or maintenance job. Monitors and maintain inventory logs of tools, equipment, and etc. to ensure they are safe and in usable condition. Must have general knowledge servicing large engine, small engine repair, etc. Working knowledge of vehicle diagnostic systems and methods. Excellent knowledge of mechanical, electrical, and electronic components of vehicles. Ability to handle a variety of tools and heavy equipment. High school diploma required. Certification from vocational school preferred. 1 – 2 years Mechanic Experience preferred.
Surveillance Observer #2022-30 (SHAWNEE) This position is responsible for protection of casino assets. Abides by all Casino policies and procedures and internal controls. Ensures compliance with the system of internal controls. Records any irregular activity. Notes any equipment in need of repair and passes on information to supervisor. Meets the attendance requirements of the job. And other duties as assigned. Must have strong verbal and written communication skills. Must maintain a professional appearance. Must be able to handle a fast paced environment. Knowledge of methods of cheating games and other related activities. Possesses knowledge of clandestine surveillance operations. Must be able to work various shifts, weekends, and holidays. Will stand for extended periods of time. Must have high school diploma or GED.
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.
Accounting Clerk #1 #2022-27 (STROUD) This position is responsible for providing a variety of accounting functions that can include processing journal entries, accounts payable, and maintaining department files records. Utilizes double entry accounting concepts for the computerized accounting system. Assists staff accountants and Finance Manager in processing transactions related to the assigned functional areas described above. Verifies documentation provided by Finance staff supports accompanying information for the requested transactions requested such as: cash receipt journals, general journals, time & attendance reports, time sheets, appropriate signature authorizations, in the maintenance of accounts and ledgers. This may involve preparing accounting document batches, uploading and downloading entries and reports, and verifying input for accuracy. Files Finance Department documents and maintains accurate filing system for transactions processed. Assists staff accountants and Finance Manager in the research and retrieval of appropriate records as requested for adjusting journal entries and to respond to other inquiries. Generates a variety of financial reports and distributes to Finance staff as requested. Assists staff accountants and Finance Manager in performing daily and monthly general ledger reconciliations as assigned. Develops and maintains routine spreadsheet applications and generates reports. Serve as backup for the Cashier on an as needed basis. Serve as back-up for the Accounts Payable Technician on an as needed basis. Assists with preparing special reports as required. Establish and maintain effective working relations with others and handle difficult interpersonal contacts. Maintain confidentiality of all information processed. Must have knowledge of basic accounting principles. Must have knowledge of computerized and other automated record systems. Possess skills in the use of office equipment, including data processing systems, 10-key by touch, typing 45 wpm. Possess ability to work with general supervision and follow instructions for routine and detailed assignments. Ability to exercise tact and teamwork when dealing with co-workers and vendors. Must have the initiative and organizational skills to meet deadlines under time constraints. Possess Excel knowledge. High school diploma or GED. Three (3) to five (5) years experience in accounting or a closely related field and/or any equivalent combination of education and/or experience.
Custodian I #2022-26 (BHHC-Stroud) Performs cleaning and janitorial duties for the medical offices at the Boyd Center and Black Hawk Health Center on a daily basis. Maintains stock of cleaning materials. Assists in control of sanitation and bio-hazardous waste storage. Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds. Must have knowledge of materials used for cleaning and disinfecting. High school diploma or GED equivalent. Prior custodial experience preferred.
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.
Licensing Investigator #2022-20 (Gaming, Shawnee) This position is responsible for conducting mandatory background investigations of all gaming applicants. This position is supervised by the Senior Investigator. Conducts ongoing and continuous background investigations on all applicants for manufacturer and distributor’s licenses, findings of suitability, key employee licenses, temporary work permits and other gaming related investigations as assigned. This includes investigating prior and current employment and possible criminal histories of applicants. Responsible for maintaining all records of gaming applicants, as well as other documents filed with the Sac and Fox Gaming Commission, ensures fingerprints are obtained of each applicant for submission to the Federal Bureau of Investigation and a proper record of submissions is maintained Responsible for the proper issuance and record keeping of gaming license badges to employees of the casino Maintains strict confidentiality, completes other duties and special projects as required. Minimum Education- High School Diploma or GED Two (2) years experience in clerical field performing complex and responsible stenographic and clerical duties. Gaming experience preferred. Experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, etc., preferred. Advanced training in typing and general office procedures. Experience in modern office procedures and office equipment, i.e. (Dictaphone, typewriter, copying machine, computers, etc.) Willing and able to work flexible hours. Combination of education and experience may be considered.
Medical Coder II #2022-18 (BHHC) The position is located in the Health Information Department at the Black Hawk Health Center. Performs highly technical and specialized functions for the Black Hawk Health Center. The employee reviews the Electronic Health Record (EHR) of patients, analyzes, verifies diagnostic and procedural codes and medical documentation to meet Medicare, Medicaid and private insurance payment guidelines. The primary function of this position is to perform ICD-10-CM, CPT and HCPCS coding for reimbursement. The coding function is a primary source for data and information used in health care today, promotes provider/patient continuity, and the ability to optimize reimbursement. The coding function also ensures compliance with coding guidelines, third party reimbursement, regulations and accreditation guidelines. Thorough knowledge of (ICD-10-CM (69,099 codes), CPT and HCPCS codes, coding guidelines, anatomy, medical terminology, and physiology for an outpatient setting. Skill in correlating generalized observations/symptoms (vital signs, lab results, medications, etc.) to a stated diagnosis to support correct code from the ICD-10-CM codes. Extensive knowledge of official coding conventions and rules established by the American Medical Association (AMA), and the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) for assignment of diagnostic and procedural codes. Knowledge of IHS RPMS and IHS Electronic Health Record in order to analyze encounters and notify providers of data that needs corrections through EHR notifications and templates. Must have good math skills and effective communication skills. Must be knowledgeable of the fiscal requirements, policies, and procedures of federal, state and tribal programs. Requires knowledge of the business use of computer hardware and software to ensure the effectiveness and quality of processing data. Skill in the use of a wide variety of office equipment including: computer, typewriter, calculator, facsimile, copy machine and other office equipment as required. Must be able to follow instructions and work independently. Must have an understanding of the health information department and the relationship of the health record and how the department interacts with the flow of the clinic and the patient’s health record. Knowledge of legal requirements pertaining to HIPAA, Privacy and Security Rule, Privacy Act of 1974 and the confidentiality of health records. Must have clerical, communication skills, knowledge of medical coding guidelines and legal principles. Experience in abstracting medical records, medical terminology, anatomy and physiology. Knowledge of the Sac and Fox Nation Policies and Procedures and Health Information Department Policies and Procedures manual. Must have a high school diploma or GED. Successful completion of a Medical Coding Program. Must possess a CPC (Certified Professional Coder), CPC-P(Certified Professional Coder-Physician), CPC-H(Certified Professional Coder-Hospital), CPC-A (Certified Professional Coder-Associate), CCS(Certified Coding Specialist) or CCS-P(Certified Coding Specialist-Physician). Have one to three years’ experience in Coding and PCC data entry. Have clerical, communication skills, knowledge of medical coding guidelines and legal principles. Experience in abstracting medical records, medical terminology, anatomy and physiology.
Pool Operator Manager #2022-16 (Seasonal, Stroud) The Pool Manager supervises the entire pool staff, facilitating meetings and assigning workload. Under supervision of the Maintenance Technician Leader. Assist with prepping the pool for the opening of the season and the close of the season is the responsibility of the Pool Manager. Responsible for all fee collection, recording receipts and making end-of-day deposits. The Manager also keeps track of daily customer attendance. Must work with a diverse group of people, providing excellent customer service and setting the example for the lifeguards. The Pool Manager and lifeguards will have to work mainly outdoors. Manager is exposed to outdoor weather conditions and the wet atmosphere of the water. Being physically agile to handle duties is very important for this person. Must be able to walk, stand, reach and operate pool equipment and tools. Climbing, stooping and kneeling are also a part of the work environment. Ability to pass a pre-employment physical skills evaluation as stipulated by the department. Ability to prepare routine administrative paperwork. Knowledge of CPR and emergency medical procedures. Ability to follow routine verbal and written instructions. Knowledge of customer service standards and procedures.
Lifeguard #2022-15 (Seasonal, Stroud) Under general supervision of the Certified Pool Operator Manager. Ensures the safety of patrons of an aquatic facility by preventing and responding to emergencies Ability to react calmly and effectively in emergency situations. Skilled in the application of lifeguard surveillance and rescue techniques. Ability to pass a pre-employment physical evaluation as stipulated by the department. Ability to prepare routine administrative paperwork. Knowledge of CPR and emergency medical procedures. Ability to follow routine verbal and written instructions. Knowledge of customer service standards and procedures.
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.
Meal Delivery Driver (Part-Time) #2021-59 (STROUD) 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. Records daily meal counts of all home bound meals delivered/undelivered. Must have or be able to obtain a Food Handlers License. Excellent interpersonal communication skills. Ability to work in a fast paced, high-stressed environment. High school diploma or GED equivalent, preferred. Must be 21 years of age or older.
Accounts Payable Technician #2021-57 (STROUD) This position is responsible for the processing and maintaining accounting control of the Accounts Payable function for the Sac and Fox Nation. Computes, classifies, and enters numerical data for accurate financial records. Also responsible for maintaining all payment and other transaction records including AP Vendor File. Utilizes double entry accounting concepts for the computerized accounting system. Prepares checks and submits with appropriate backup for authorized approval and/or signatures. Reconciles paid vouchers with General Ledger and files according to program by check date and check number. Assists in preparation of 1099’s and 1096’s and other regulatory reporting requirements. Knowledge of basic accounting principles. Knowledge of computerized and other automated record systems. Knowledge of and understanding of regulatory reporting requirements. Skills in the use of office equipment, including data processing systems. High School diploma or GED. At least of a minimum of three (3) to five (5) years’ work experience in accounting.
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.
Assistant Cook #2021-45 (Part-Time-STROUD) This is a part time (25 hours) position.Responsible for meal preparation and all related kitchen duties and practices, health, safety, sanitation and food storage. Prepares menus along with the Head Cook in advance to meet the Dietitian’s guidelines for the special needs of the elderly. The menu must meet the 1/3 Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) Requirements. Prepares food supply list for the head cook to order. Maintains accurate records on sanitation, health, safety, temperature checks daily refrigerators, freezers and food served. Transports meals as needed. Must have knowledge of kitchen utensils and equipment. High School diploma or equivalency. At least 1 year in kitchen food preparation.
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.
Community Health Nurse (CHN) #2021-41 (BHHC-STROUD) Performs nursing services in a community based home care program and to provide nursing services at the Black Hawk Health Center. Working with selected patients, the LPN performs nursing services to eligible clients in his/her home, in the community, and in the clinic. Makes health assessments of selected clients, identifies health care needs, and assists clients in getting those needs met through coordination with other service programs. Evaluates the progress of clients, makes periodic assessments, and coordinates with physicians and families when changes are needed. Participates in immunization clinics, assesses immunization needs, and gives necessary immunizations according to procedures. Assist the homebound by providing instructions to family members on how to provide assisted health care to those family members with chronic disabling diseases, broken bones, or those recovering from surgery or prolonged illness. Must have a working knowledge of professional nursing care principals, practices, policies, and procedures. Must have a working knowledge of Community Health and/or Public Health practices, policies, and procedures. Must be able to function with minimal supervision in the home care setting. Must have a current Oklahoma State License of Practical Nursing. One year of home health or community health experience is preferred.
Grant Writer/Planner #2020-34 (STROUD) This position is responsible for identifying and developing a variety of programs and projects to create: (1) continuous sources of funding to Sac and Fox Nation for services to Native Americans within tribal jurisdiction; and (2) employment opportunities for Sac and Fox Nation members. Provides administrative oversight of all grants/contracts funding activities for the Nation. Ability to analyze and interpret complex data, and to develop meaningful reports, charts or graphs reflecting this data for effective presentations. Ability to write, or to direct the writing of effective proposals/grants/contracts, etc. Basic knowledge of federal regulations. Thorough skill in exercising good judgment; analytical skills; organizing and presenting facts clearly and concisely; and in planning, forecasting and evaluating. Ability to work well under pressure of short timeframes. Bachelor’s degree in Planning, Sociology, Public Relations, English, Communications, or related field, with a proven track record of writing successful proposals and grants, and at least three (3) years of related professional level experience.
Maintenance Technician #2020-15 (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.
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.
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.