EMPLOYMENT

The Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe provides opportunity to people of all nations to contribute to the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe.

The Tribe offers excellent health, dental, short-term, life and 401K insurance programs.

Applicants must submit to a background check and pre-employment drug and alcohol screening. Physical applications are available at the FSST Tribal Office. Applicants may attach their résumés to their Tribal Application forms.

Unless a specific listing directs otherwise, applicants should direct all questions and applications to FSST Human Resources by email; by postal mail at 603 W Broad Ave., Flandreau, SD 57028; by phone at (605) 997-3891 ext. 1201; or by fax at (605) 444-1044.

The Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe is accepting applications/resumes for the following positions.



Police Officer

Police Officer (Part-Time)

Open: April 30, 2018 – until filled

The Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe is accepting application/resumes for a part-time Police Officer that may turn into a full-time position.

Wage/Salary: $15.00 – $17.00 Starting D.O.E.

Status: Hourly  – Non Exempt

Summary: Tribal Police Officers are responsible for enforcing federal, tribal ordinances and municipal law and order codes adopted by the tribe; provide criminal and civil regulatory enforcement through tribal court; patrol tribal lands; investigate crimes; traffic control; collect evidence; prepare reports; serve warrants and summons. On an assigned shift: operate a patrol vehicle, foot patrol suspicious activities or persons, and disturbances of law and order; respond to radio dispatched calls, answer calls and complaints; issue traffic and criminal citations; control individual and group actions through verbal direction and/or the employment of necessary physical force; make custodial arrests and testify in court; provide police escorts and transports; perform residential and commercial checks; investigate traffic accidents; interview victims, witnesses and suspects to obtain additional information regarding criminal complaints, accidents, violations, etc.; conduct searches; complete arrest records; prepare reports and record evidence. Participate in a variety of in-service and special training programs, respond to and investigate domestic disputes, assist other agencies when requested or assigned, transport and care for prisoners as assigned.

Education and Experience: Applicant must have a G.E.D. or High School Diploma, Applicant must be currently certified through the state of South Dakota or Bureau of Indian Affairs. Associates Degree in Criminal Justice preferred, 2-3 years’ law enforcement experience strongly preferred.  Must pass a pre-employment drug/alcohol screening, PL101-630 Indian Child Protection and Family Violence Protection Act, and a valid SD driver’s license (must obtain within 30-days)

 

Grant Writer

Grant Writer (Full-Time)

Open: April 30, 2018 – until filled

The Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe is accepting application/resumes for a full-time Grant Writer.

Request: Please submit any Grant Awards you have written along with your Application and Resume prior to interview.

Employment Status: Exempt/Full Time

Grade/Annual Salary: D.O.E.  ($47,760-$71,640.00)

Brief Summary:

The Grant Writer is a member of the business development team, responsible for conducting the full range of activities required to identify, prepare, submit, and manage grant proposals. The Grant Writer will perform prospect research to evaluate prospects for grants. The Grant Writer will work with finance and program staff to gather the needed information to apply for funding and ensure reporting compliance with funders on all grant programs. The Grant Writer is responsible to single out and seek funds for existing and future Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe (FSST) projects.

Education and Experience:

A Bachelor of Arts degree in business or pubic administration, community planning, or communications or combination of both education, training, and experience in tribal government, contract and grant writing, and community development proposals totaling three to five (3-5) years.

 

 

Housekeeping

Housekeeping (Full-Time)

2 positions

Open: May 16, 2018 – May 29, 2018

SUMMARY:  Will perform a full range of housekeeping duties and specialty cleaning tasks within Health center maintaining a healthy, clean, sterile and safe environment for patients, staff and visitors.  Will stay in compliance with state and federal regulations and Indian Health service safety standard precautions, infectious control policies.

Education and/or Experience:  High School diploma or GED required.  Basic math skills and ability to follow instructions.

Must submit to pre-employment drug and alcohol testing and background investigation in accordance with Public Law 101-630.

Applications are available at the FSST Health Center and Tribal office.  Resumes may be attached to tribal application.  Please submit application/resumes to Roxee Johnson, Health Center Human Resource Manager, P.O. Box 329, Flandreau, SD  57208, 605-573-4126.

 

Patient Registration Manager

Patient Registration Manager (Full-Time)

Open: May 9, 2018 – May 22, 2018

This position will provide direct supervision, oversight and training to the Patient Registration, Dental, Optical and Behavioral Health receptionists.  Ensuring smooth daily operations of appointment schedules and keeping current on updating patient registration information. Will insure HIPAA compliance.  Must be familiar with clinic scheduling package (RPMS).

Education and/or Experience:  Must have a high school diploma or GED required.  Minimum of one (1) year experience in a clinic or office setting and 2-3 years supervisory experience required.  Must be proficient on the computer.  Must submit to and pass pre-employment drug and alcohol testing and submit to a background investigation.

Applications are available at the Tribal Health Center and Tribal Office.  Please submit application/resumes to Roxee Johnson, FSST Health Center, Human Resource Manager, P.O. Box 329, Flandreau, SD  57028.  Contact (605) 573-4126 for questions.

 

 

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