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HUMAN RESOURCES GOALS

Ensure fairness throughout the organization and improve and maintain employee morale by encouraging feedback, recognition, and rewards.

Our Core Values

Integrity, Professionalism, Creativity & Involvement

We strive to treat others with respect, fairness, compassion and encouragement. Maintaining positive relationships throughout the organization is key, and we’ll grow and develop by continuing our education in the field of Human Resources and creating partnerships from within.

1

Apply

All positions are open until filled. However, we encourage applicants to submit applications to Human Resources, by the deadline indicated for consideration.
2

Prepare

There are certain eligibility criteria for most positions with the Bishop Paiute Tribe.

3

Interview

If your qualifications match what a position requires, we may contact you for an interview.

4

Get Hired

Once an applicant has been selected for a position, there are a few standard pre employment steps to take.

Standard Eligibility Criteria For Tribal Positions

Employment eligibility criteria for most positions with the Bishop Paiute Tribe includes; Criminal Background Checks and Clearance, Valid Driver’s License and Insurability with the Bishop Paiute Tribe’s Insurance. Submit and pass a Pre-Employment Drug Screen. Additional requirements may apply to specific positions in accordance with applicable Laws, Regulations, and Funding Agency requirements and may include; Education Verification, Individual Credit Checks, TB Test, Physical Examinations, Fit-For-Duty Tests, etc. Employment Applications must be completed in full and submitted by the deadline date with appropriate documentation in order to be considered for the position.

Indian Preference: Native American Indian preference shall apply pursuant to the prevailing Bishop Tribal Employment Rights Ordinance and the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act (24 U.S.C. 450, et seq,) 25 CFR 271.44 and other relevant laws.

Featured Openings

Cultural Outreach Coordinator

Department: Cultural Center

Under the supervision of the Cultural Center Director, the coordinator will support and assist the Cultural Center Staff as needed to ensure museum patrons and tribal community receive effective and accurate services, especially as it pertains to current grant funded projects. The Outreach Coordinator will coordinate and maintain community outreach activities and collaborations, with emphasis on the active hands-on instructions and meaningful experiences as it pertains to the local culture heritage as well as responsible for planning, leading and facilitating cultural events, activities and group workshops for the community.

Deadline to apply: October 7, 2022

CDD Maintenance Supervisor

Department: Community Development Department

Under the supervision of the Housing Management Officer the Maintenance Supervisor is to determine, coordinate, schedule and direct needed maintenance activities of the CDD facilities. Supervises, performs, directs, monitors and evaluates the work performance of the maintenance staff. Documents maintenance activity through preparation of various reports, work orders, maintenance schedules and other incidental record keeping.

Deadline to apply: October 7, 2022

Tribal Police Chief

Department: Tribal Police

Under the general supervision of the Tribal Administrator, plans, coordinates, and monitors a variety of complex administrative, supervisory and professional work in assuring the compliance of applicable Tribal, State and Federal Law. This is an armed position.

Deadline to apply: October 7, 2022

Cultural Center Cashier Clerk

Department: Cultural Center

Under the supervision of the Cultural Center Director, the Cashier Clerk will provide excellent and professional customer service to all customers in a friendly and timely manner to ensure a safe and enjoyable visit.

Deadline to apply: October 7, 2022

ICWA Specialist

Department: Social Services

Advocates for Indian children, who are in the court system, i.e. protect their rights, assure that they are placed with biological and/or extended family or in an Indian foster home. Works with families to aid their reunification, attend court hearings, provide support, referrals, counseling, and assist clients in complying with Court and/or Child Welfare Services requirements.

Deadline to apply: October 7, 2022

Chief Financial Officer

Department: Administration

Under the general supervision of the Tribal Administrator, the Chief Financial Officer oversees the accounting operations of the Bishop Paiute Tribe including the day-to-day supervision of fiscal department staff. The Chief Financial Officer will help to set the Tribe’s financial policy and direction while also being an active participant in the development of the Tribe’s overall organizational strategy. The Chief Financial Officer will lead all financial administration and
budgeting.

Deadline to apply: October 7, 2022

Controller

Department: Fiscal

Under the supervision of the CFO, this position is a hands-on position providing support to the fiscal department staff consisting of accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, general accounting, and grants reporting.

Deadline to apply: September 30, 2022

Victims of Crime Outreach Coordinator

Department: Social Services

An experienced professional to assume the position as the Victims of Crime Outreach Coordinator with the Bishop Paiute Tribal Social Services Department. The coordinator will coordinate and maintain community outreach activities and collaborations. Under the general supervision of the Social Services Director, the coordinator will be responsible for scheduling, planning and implementation of outreach activities, educational activities and collaborations with internal and external departments and agencies to support victims of crime. The coordinator will also be responsible for planning, leading and facilitating cultural events, activities and group sessions for the community. The coordinator will support and assist the RAVE Staff as needed to ensure victims receive effective and confidential services.

Deadline to apply: September 30, 2022

 BIEC Tutor

Department: Education

Under the supervision of the Tutor Coordinator, the Tutor will provide individualized
and small groups assistance to the Native American students at the Bishop Indian Education Center (BIEC). Tutors may be assigned other related duties, as necessary, by the Tutor Coordinator or BIEC Director.

Deadline to apply: September 30, 2022

Office

50 Tu Su Lane
Bishop, CA 93514

Contact Us

  • Phone: (760) 784 – 9692
  • Fax: (760) 872 – 1897

Links of Interest

Bishop Paiute Tribal Offices

50 Tu Su Lane, Bishop, CA 93514 | Phone: (760) 873 – 3584 | Fax: (760) 873 – 4143