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.

Tribal preference: Preference in filling positions will be given to qualified Indian candidates in accordance with the Indian Preference Act of 1934 (Title 25, USC, Section 472). Verification must be submitted with the application if claiming Indian Preference. Consideration will be given to non-Indian applicants in the absence of qualified Indian Preference eligible.

Unless a specific listing directs otherwise, applicants should direct all questions and applications to FSST Human Resources either 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.

Adminitrative Assistant

Administrative Assistant


Open: 02/12/2020-02/25/2020


This is a FT (40 hour a week) position located at the FSST Tribal Health Center.  The primary purpose of this position is to provide administrative support to the Clinic CEO and administrative and financial functions of the Health Center.  The incumbent works with materials and assists with situations, which are confidential in nature, a high degree of discretion is required.

Education and/or Experience:

High school diploma or GED required.  Graduation from a secondary or technical college and/or extensive work in an administrative office setting preferred.  Minimum of two (2) years standard office practice/administrative assistant experience.  Demonstrated skill in the use of Microsoft Office, Excel, and other electronic applications.  Proficient in using business and financial tools.

Qualifications:  Customer Service Skills; communication skills, verbal, written and oral skills.   Must be organized, flexible, detail oriented and able to multi-task.

Must submit to a Background check and pre-employment drug and alcohol testing.  Applications are available at the Tribal office and Health Center or on-line at fsst.org.  May send resume to Roxee Johnson, Clinic HR Manager, 403 W. Broad Ave., P.O. Box 329, Flandreau, SD  57028.  Call 605-573-4126 for questions.

Clinical Applications Coordinator (CAC)

Clinical Applications Coordinator (CAC)


Open: 08/21-09/04/2019


The Flandreau Santee Sioux Health Center is seeking a FT Clinical Applications Coordinator at the Health Center.  This position will plan, implement, maintain and provide technical support for electronic health systems, RPMS, extended systems used by the pharmacy, billing, optometry and other departments. Will be responsible for reviewing EHR/RPMS meaningful use configurations and assessing impact on clinical workflow.


BS Degree in Computer Science; minimum two (2) years of experience that is directly related to the duties and responsibilities; or AA degree; at least 4 years of experience that is directly related to the duties.  A background in nursing informatics is preferred.

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

Applications will be available at the Tribal Health Center.  You will find online applications at santeesioux.org.  Resumes can be emailed to roxee.johnson@ihs.gov or sent to Roxee Johnson, FSST Health Center, Human Resource Manager, 403 W. Broad Ave., P.O. Box 329, Flandreau, SD  57028.  (605)573-4126 for questions.




Open: 08/20/2019-09/13/2019

Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribal Health Center is looking for a Dentist who can provide exceptional care and become a team member in a new state of the art facility (new clinic built in 2017) with a pleasant team environment to serve it community members. How about a workweek with no evenings and weekends off?   Our operating hours are Monday – Friday from 8am-5:00pm.     We offer competitive salary, exceptional benefits, generous 401(k) package, medical, dental, vision and short-term disability for employees at no cost.  Generous leave package, Thirteen (13) paid holidays and loan repayment through NHSC (National Health Service Corp) and IHS programs.

Incumbent will diagnose and provide appropriate dental treatment plans to patients.  Educate parents on maintaining proper oral health care.

License:  South Dakota license (preferred)

This position will requires background check under P.L.   101-630 Indian Child Protection and Family Violence Protection Act and pre-employment drug testing.

Applications are available through the FSST Tribal Health Center and The Tribal Office.  Application may be completed on-line at santeesioux.org.  Send applications and resumes to Roxee Johnson, HR Manager, and 403 West Broad Ave, P.O. Box 329, Flandreau, SD  57028.  For questions, call (605)573-4126.

Grants Manager


This is a staff position providing assistance to the Tribal Council on Grant management.  This position will work with our Tribe enhancing funding models, identifying new sources of funding and developing sustainable and effective grant programs.

Education and/or Experience:

Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration or three (3) years of Grant management experience.  Must have superior organizational skills, great leadership qualities and budgeting and monitoring skills.  Re-inforce relationships with donors, ensure that grant programs operate efficiently and streamline grant administration.

Must submit to pre-employment drug and alcohol testing and Public Law 101-630 background check.

Applications are available at the Tribal office and the Tribal Health Center or online applications at santeesioux.org.



Open: 01/06/2020 – until filled



FT position (40 hrs.) Monday – Friday.   Assisting physician and/or mid-level in clinic environment.  Rooming patients, obtaining medical histories, and assisting with procedures.


Graduate of an accredited LPN program.  Possession of a valid and current CPR certification.  Excellent oral and written communication skills required.  Basic computer skills.

Must have valid driver’s license.  Must submit to pre-employment drug and alcohol testing and background investigation.

Applications are available at the Tribal Health Center or Tribal office.  You can access an online application at santeesioux.org.  Submit applications/resume to Roxee Johnson, HR Manager, 403 W. Broad Ave., Flandreau, SD 57028.  For questions call (605) 573-4126.

Police Officer

Police Officer

Open: 11/13/2019 – until filled



Enforce 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.

Qualifications & Requirements:

Applicant must be currently certified through the state of South Dakota or Bureau of Indian Affairs.

Applicants that have any felony convictions or felony deferred judgments will be disqualified from the process. Applicants with any misdemeanor convictions (non-traffic) or misdemeanor deferred judgments within the last 36 months will be disqualified from testing. No illegal drug usage within the last 36 months. Applicants who have used drugs within the last 36 months will be disqualified from testing. Education: you must have either a high school diploma or G.E.D. Must be 21 years of age at the time of appointment and possess a valid Driver’s License. You must be a U.S. Citizen or eligible to work in the United States. You must complete P.L. 101-630 background check and any other background checks that may apply for this position.

Education and/or 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.

Public Speaking Consultant


Open time frame

The Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe is seeking Motivational/Educational Speakers or Cultural/Language Presenters for its Demonstration Education Project. Speakers will address K-12 school aged children in a school assembly format.

Description of Work:

Consultants will present to students who attend the Flandreau Public School system in Flandreau, South Dakota.

• The Consultant will provide a cultural/historical/ motivational/educational presentation on a contracted basis usually for one day. • The Consultant should present a message that promotes positive social skills, self-discipline, and a positive self-image. • The Consultant should have demonstrated experience with motivating children of all ages. • The Consultants message should be culturally and/historically relevant to the Flandreau Santee Sioux Nation


• Experience- Prior demonstrated experience in public speaking • Priority will be given to local and regional applicants • Personal characteristics- Respectful in the Dakota Way; Personable and can motivate children to perform.

Consultants will be asked to sign a contract and will be compensated based on experience.

Please submit a resume and detailed letter describing past engagements and performances.

Send to: Thomas Williams, Education Coordinator Thomas.Williams@fsst.org 605-997-2859


The Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribal Health Center has the following positions available:

LPN’s and RN’s are encouraged to apply:

  • Staff Nurse
  • Triage Nurse
  • Community Health Nurse

These positions are 40 hours a week Monday-Friday.  Must be licensed in the state of SD.

We have a beautiful clinic built in 2017 and offer have a great benefits package, PTO, paid holidays, 401(k) plan.

Must submit to pre-employment drug and alcohol testing and background check.  Please submit resumes to Roxee Johnson, HR Manager, FSST Health Center, 403 West Broad Ave., P.O. Box 329, Flandreau, SD  57028.  May submit your application on line fsst.org. For questions call (605) 573-4126.

School Liaison

School Liaison

Open: 01/29/2020 – until filled



Under the general supervision of the Education Director, the school liaison will develop and coordinate all aspects of the Education Demonstration grant and the 93-638 Johnson O’Malley program for the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe. The School Liaison will develop and coordinate cultural, educational, and recreational activities for Native students and professional development opportunities for students, parent committees, school board and administration. The school liaison will serve as a mentor advising students in college/career preparation, academic support and holistic wellness.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Must be a high school graduate. Must have completed a minimum of two (2) years of college in Education, Social Work, Family Studies, Child Development or closely related field highly preferred. A combination of education and experience may be considered.
  • Must have administrative experience with coordinating, planning, organizing and implementing meetings and programs for a diverse audience.
  • Must have proficient computer skills with the ability to maintain computer records and data.
  • Must have experience in preparing written reports.
  • Must be able to work occasional evening and weekends.