Personnel Department

Shoshone-Bannock Tribes PO Box 306 Fort Hall, Idaho 83203

Recruiting Representative Phone - (208) 478-3857 Fax - (208) 478-3950

Tribal Job Application

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(Position/Department/Closing Date)

CERTIFIED ADDICTION COUNSELOR/TECHNICIAN

Department:  Four Directions Treatment Center
Closes:  10/03/2014

SALARY: $16.42 G10/S1 (Technician) $19.90 G12/S1  G11/S1 (Counselor)

GENERAL STATEMENT

Functions as a member of a multidisciplinary treatment team. Responsible for conducting chemical dependency treatment services in accordance with the core functions and domains of a certified addiction counselor.

SUPERVISION

The counselor will be under the direct supervision of the Program Manager. Direct supervisor defines therapeutic priorities and goals in the form of general objectives and provides specific

clinical structure for incumbent to work within. Direct supervisor provides review of clinical duties and completed work checking for conformity with established program procedure and policy.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The counselor will demonstrate competence in the practice with the core functions of a chemical dependency addiction counselor. Provide proficient performance in the domains of assessment, counseling, case management, education and professional responsibility.

Provides the following primary core functions of an addictions counselor, screening, intake, assessment, orientation, treatment planning, counseling, case management, crisis intervention, client education, referral, report and record keeping. The counselor will have the knowledge and demonstrate proficient skills to perform the following treatment services.

(1) Screening: Determines appropriateness and eligibility for admission or referral to the chemical dependency program, evaluates symptoms of alcohol and other drug use and abuse. Identifies coexisting conditions (medical, psychiatric, physical, etc.) that indicate need for additional professional assessment or services.

(2) Intake: Conducts the administrative and initial assessment procedures for admission to the chemical dependency program. Completes required documents, signed consents and provides information to protect client confidentiality and rights.

(3) Orientation: Provides an overview describing the program goals and objectives for client care, the program rules and client obligations and rights and the program operations of service.

(4) Assessment: The counselor identifies and evaluates an individuals strengths, weaknesses, problems and needs for the development of a treatment plan. Gathers relevant history from client through appropriate interview techniques, completes a psycho-social history, utilizes appropriate chemical dependency assessment tools and develops a diagnostic evaluation of the clients substance abuse and any coexisting conditions based on the results of the assessments to provide an integrated approach to treatment planning.

(5) Treatment Planning: Will explain assessment results, develop individualized treatment plans based on client needs, will help patients plan their treatment goals and make periodic revisions when necessary with clients. Confers with other professional staff about helpful approaches to individual treatment plans for client service.

(6) Counseling: Conducts individual, group and family counseling sessions as assigned with the primary focus on alcohol and drug related problems. Will apply techniques to assist the client, group and family with examination of clients behavior, attitudes and feelings, individualize counseling in accordance to cultural, gender and lifestyle differences, interact with client in a therapeutic manner, elicit solutions and decisions from the client and implement the treatment plan. Will actively participate and assist in conducting the outlined family week treatment service.

(7) Case Management: Helps coordinate services for clients care such as vocational goals, education, training opportunities, aftercare support services, legal resources, transportation arrangements, medical plans, living arrangements and resources identification. Confers with other professional staff about helpful approaches to case management for client service.

(8) Crisis Intervention: Will recognize the elements of the client crisis, respond to an alcohol or other drug abusers needs during acute emotional or physical distress and implement an immediate referral or course of action to the crisis.

(9) Client Education: Present education on alcohol and other drug/abuse information, provide lectures as scheduled through formal or informal processes and provide available services and resources.

(10) Referral: Will identify the needs of a client and assist them to utilize available community resources and support systems. Will match the client needs to the appropriate resources, adhere to confidentiality laws with referral, which includes the continuum of care plan for clients in discharge planning and aftercare services.

(11) Report and Record Keeping: Documents the results of assessment, treatment plans, writing reports, client progress notes, discharge summaries and other client related data. Will document relevant ongoing information for client care, complete client documentation in a timely manner and appropriate to the agency process for licensing/funding sources.

(12) Consultation: Will consult with other professional in regard to client treatment services in-house or outside professionals to assure comprehensive quality of care for the client. Will recognize issues that are beyond the counselors base of knowledge and skills and consult for appropriate resources to ensure effective treatment service is provided and will adhere to applicable laws, regulations and agency policies governing disclosure of client-identifying data. Will actively participate in assigned case staffing. Establishes and maintains quality liaisons with agencies, community groups and other resources and references whose services may be needed by the clients.

Conducts self in a professional and ethical manner at all times. Is under the policy and procedures of the Four Directions Treatment Center Program as they pertain to abstinence from alcohol and other chemicals while employed.

Works with clients through rapport building to assist the patient in understanding, appreciating and complying with the philosophy, policy and expectations of the rehabilitation program.

Maintains strict confidentiality of information adhering to State, Federal and Tribal and Four Directions Treatment Program Policies and Procedures.

Serves on the primary residential treatment component after-hour on-call counselor team as scheduled.

Actively participates with the program quality improvement projects, prevention events and committees as assigned..

MUST MAINTAIN STRICT CONFIDENTIALITY OF ALL INFORMATION PROCESSED THROUGH THE DEPARTMENT INCLUDING RECORDS, REPORTS, DOCUMENTS, CONVERSATIONS, ETC. A breach of confidentiality will be subject to appropriate disciplinary action, up to and including termination from employment. Conducts self with a professional mannerism that will bring credit to the Tribal Government.

Performance Standard shall include but not be limited to: Ability to maintain dependable attendance and reliability Efficient use of public skills to provide quality customer service Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationship with staff Ability to work independently with little supervision Demonstrated knowledge of practices and procedures utilized in environment

Duties and responsibilities will include other activities and areas as needed to carry out position functions.

KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED BY THE POSITION:

Possess knowledge of theories, concepts, appropriate techniques and principles of treatment for culturally specific chemical dependency treatment for Native Americans.

Possess knowledge of the domains and core functions of a certified addiction counselor.

Demonstrate professional responsibility and ethical behaviors by adhering to established professional code of ethics.

GUIDELINES

Includes DHHS, IHS, HIPAA, and state codes and regulations, program contracts and written policy statements. 42CFR, regarding patient's confidentiality, must be understood and adhered to at all times. Considerable judgment must be applied in the interpretation of many of these goals.

QUALIFICATIONS

G12/S1-In order to qualify must have a valid and current State of Idaho, Idaho Board of Alcohol/Drug Counselor Certification (IBADCC), Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC) certification AND possess a bachelor degree in Human Services, Social Work or other related field from an accredited university OR;

G11/S1-In order to qualify must have a valid and current State of Idaho (IBADCC) Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC) certification OR must have a valid and current Alcohol/Drug Counselor certification from another credentialed board and must be able to obtain a (IBADCC) CADC certification within six months of hire OR;

G10/S1-In order to qualify must have a current Idaho Student of Addiction Studies (ISAS) certification through the Idaho Board of Alcohol/Drug Certification. Upon hire the employee will be required to pursue their (IBADCC) Certified Alcohol/Drug Counselor certification and will need to sign a contract for their service to the FDTC, if training or if cost is incurred at the employees ISAS status.

Must provide proof of valid degree, valid Alcohol and Drug Counselor certification or Idaho Student of Addiction Studies certification.

Must have a minimum of two (2) years of direct experience in working in a chemical dependency setting.

Must have maintained a minimum of two continuous years of sobriety prior to hire. Must have two (2) letters attesting to his/her sobriety.

Must possess a State of Idaho Driver license and be insurable by the Tribes.

Must demonstrate ability in interpreting and applying laws, regulations, resolutions, and policies.

Employment history must prove creditability and dependability.

Self-starter, completes tasks in a timely manner and must possess ability to work independently with little or no supervision.

Applicants with knowledge of the Privacy and Freedom of Information Act and other laws applicable to the position are preferred.

Qualified Shoshone-Bannock Tribal Member/Indian and Veterans Preference will apply in compliance with the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes Personnel Policies and Procedures Manual Section 1260.

IMPORTANT APPLICATION CRITERIA

A complete application must be submitted to the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes Personnel Department, P.O. Box 306, Fort Hall, Idaho 83203. Applications can be found online at sbtribes.com. Applications can be sent via email to anbroncho@sbtribes.com or faxed to 208-478-3950 and are accepted until 5PM on the closing date.

Submit a copy of all supporting documents to be eligible for the position you are applying for. For example: Drivers License, Tribal ID, High School Diploma/GED, Degree or professional credentials, and other supporting documents that verify required qualifications.

Telephone calls are not accepted in place of an employment application or letter of interest.

Applicants who have a current application on file, please submit a letter of interest for each position in which you want to be considered for. The letter should address how you meet each qualification.

Preference will be given to Shoshone-Bannock Tribal member applicants who provide a copy of their tribal enrollment card. Non-enrolled members and other Indian tribal members must provide a Certificate of Indian Blood (CIB) to receive preference.

Preference points will also be given during the interview process to veterans who provide documentation of a DD-214.

Applicants being considered for employment or a political appointment must submit to a pre-employment alcohol and drug screen prior to being hired or appointed. Refusal to take the test will render the applicant ineligible for employment or political appointment.

The Shoshone-Bannock Tribes will conduct an employment background check on new employees to ensure suitability for the position applied for.


DISPATCHER (2)

Department:  Law & Order
Closes:  10/03/2014

COMPENSATION: $14.03 (G4/S1) BIA-2014-RUS (Non-Certified) $15.66 (G5/S1) BIA-2014-RUS (Certified)

GENERAL PURPOSE

The Dispatcher provides emergency phone and radio communications service for emergency responders and the general public. A Dispatcher is capable of receiving a variety of calls from simple to highly stressful and complicated. The Dispatcher maintains a regular and assuring voice to dispatch concise and informative information between the caller and responders. Works rotating shifts, including weekends, holidays and on-call emergency coverage.

SUPERVISION

The Dispatcher is under the direct supervision and evaluated by the Dispatch Sergeant and under the general supervision of the Captain of Police and under the overall supervision of the Chief of Police. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Operates the tribal Communications Center in accordance with policies, procedures, rules and regulations established by the Law & Order Program, and maintains personal standards in accordance with the Code of Conduct and BIAM 638 Contract and Tribes Personnel Polices and Procedures manual.

Reports to duty in a professional manner by maintaining work punctuality and attendance, including mandatory training/meeting sessions.

Produces complete and accurate emergency services reports, accounts for and submits in a complete, accurate, competent and timely manner. Perform competently utilizing Spillman Software and CAD system.

Know and understand the Tribes Privacy Act. Maintain confidentiality in regards to investigations, victim and defendant rights, and right of due process.

Operates telecommunications emergency communications equipment, office equipment, including telephones, two-way radios, computers, printers, copiers, surveillance monitors and satellite systems.

Maintains working knowledge of emergency response protocols for law enforcement, fire and EMS, Fish & Game, emergency coordination to disaster events.

Receives, disseminates, relays information delivered for police officers, including firefighters and emergency medical, emergency coordinators by phone and two-way radio or person-to-person.

Process information on a data base for the process of complete and accurate reports, including criminal records and filing system. Reviews and assigns case reports to police and fire department. MUST MAINTAIN STRICT CONDFIDENTIALITY OF ALL INFORMATION PROCESSED THROUGH THE DEPARTMENT INCLUDING RECORDS, REPORTS, DOCUMENTS, CONVERSATIONS, ETC. A breach of confidentiality will be subject to appropriate disciplinary action, up to and including termination from employment.

Maintains a positive working relationship with all job contacts, the general public, other law enforcement departments, public services programs and private organizations, co-workers, superiors and subordinates.

Knowledgeable of the geographical and cultural characteristics of the Fort Hall Indian Reservation.

As a condition of employment, must successfully complete a basic accredited Police Dispatch Academy and any other training as needed.

Utilizes and abides by the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes Personnel Policy & Procedures Manual.

Uses professional verbal communication and makes sound decisions in emergency situations.

Obtains complete information from persons reporting incidents, organizes and relays information with accuracy and speed to officers.

Ability to lawfully operate department vehicles when needed.

Maintains work punctuality and attendance, including all mandatory training and meetings.

Strictly adheres to the Fort Hall Police Departments administrative chain of command, department oath of office, code of conduct, and department policies and procedures.

Follows the Fort Hall Police Department Telecommunication Policy and Procedure Manual.

Conducts self with a professional mannerism that will bring credit to the Tribal Government.

Performance Standard shall include but not be limited to: Ability to maintain dependable attendance and reliability Efficient use of public skills to provide quality customer service Ability to provide quality and efficient services Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationship with staff Ability to work independently with little supervision Demonstrated knowledge of practices and procedures utilized in working environment

Duties and responsibilities will include other activities and areas as needed to carry out position functions.

QUALIFICATIONS

Must be at least twenty-one (21) years of age.

Valid Idaho Drivers license and be insurable through the tribes insurance carrier.

Must have a High school diploma or GED (G5).

Basic Training Certification from State Post or BIA, or eligible to become certified.

Prefer one (1) year prior experience with Basic Dispatcher certification from the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center or an Idaho Peace Officers Standards Dispatch Training program. If this is an entry-level position, requires the attendance to the Basic P.O.S.T. Dispatch Academy, or must provide a copy of certification of attending a basic dispatch academy

Preferred one-year experience in radio communications and dispatch or a combination of experience and education, which would demonstrate the ability to perform the work.

ILETS/NCIC Basic Operators Certification preferred.

Must have excellent writing, typing, and verbal communication skills.

Must type 40 wpm and have basic knowledge of computers.

Must have no convictions of a felony.

Must have no convictions of a misdemeanor.

Any conviction for an offense involving dishonesty will mandate a one year mandatory probationary period per Employee Ordinance No. PRSL-08-S7.

Applicants under investigation, indictment or on trial for a criminal offense will not be considered for employment.

Must successfully complete a personal (medical), employment, criminal and driving background check as a pre-employment and continuous condition for employment.

Must pass a criminal and character background check to demonstrate eligibility and suitability in compliance with the Law and Order Code as well as the Security Clearance needed to work in the Dispatch Center.

Must be able to be cleared through BCI Bureau of Criminal Identification on own merit without any documentation from the hiring agency.

Must complete a mandatory four (4) hour job observation period broken into two (2) hours observing day shift and two (2) hours observing night shift prior to job interview.

Qualified Shoshone-Bannock Tribal Member/Indian and Veterans preference will apply in compliance with the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes Personnel Policies and Procedures Manual Section 1260.

IMPORTANT APPLICATION CRITERIA

A complete application must be submitted to the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes Personnel Department, P.O. Box 306, Fort Hall, Idaho 83203. Applications can be found online at sbtribes.com. Applications can be sent via email to anbroncho@sbtribes.com or faxed to 208-478-3950 and are accepted until 5PM on the closing date.

Submit a copy of all supporting documents to be eligible for the position you are applying for. For example: Drivers License, Tribal ID, High School Diploma/GED, Degree or professional credentials, and other supporting documents that verify required qualifications.

Telephone calls are not accepted in place of an employment application or letter of interest.

Applicants who have a current application on file, please submit a letter of interest for each position in which you want to be considered for. The letter should address how you meet each qualification.

Preference will be given to Shoshone-Bannock Tribal member applicants who provide a copy of their tribal enrollment card. Non-enrolled members and other Indian tribal members must provide a Certificate of Indian Blood (CIB) to receive preference.

Preference points will also be given during the interview process to veterans who provide documentation of a DD-214.

Applicants being considered for employment or a political appointment must submit to a pre-employment alcohol and drug screen prior to being hired or appointed. Refusal to take the test will render the applicant ineligible for employment or political appointment.

The Shoshone-Bannock Tribes will conduct an employment background check on new employees to ensure suitability for the position applied for.


PATROL OFFICER (2)

Department:  Law & Order
Closes:  10/03/2014

SALARY: $16.78 (G4/S1) NON-CERTIFIED $19.32 (G5/S1) CERTIFIED

GENERAL PURPOSE

Police Officer keeps the peace, enforces the law and provides public services and emergency response, within the jurisdiction of the Fort Hall Indian Reservation of the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes. As a patrol officer the applicant will enforce the Tribes Law & Order Code, Tribal laws, Federal and adhere to state statutes, as they apply to the positions scope of authority.

SUPERVISION

The Police Officer is under the direct supervision and evaluated by a Sergeant of Patrol and under the general supervision of the Captain of Police and under the overall supervision of the Chief of Police.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Enforces the law in accordance with the policies, procedures, rules and regulations established by the Law & Order Program, and the BIAM 638 Law Enforcement Contract.

Maintains a high degree of personal ethical standards and law abiding conduct in accordance with the Code of Conduct, on and off duty.

Reports to duty in a professional manner by maintaining work punctuality and attendance, including mandatory training/meeting sessions.

Maintains a positive and productive working relationship with co-workers, all job contacts, general public, governmental and public agencies, private organizations.

Responds to reports of crime, medical needs, accidents, domestic violence and disputes, public assistance, safety hazards, security of crime scenes, special events, including, interview victims, witness, suspects, makes arrests for felony and misdemeanor crimes, files citations for infractions, transport and incarcerate prisoners.

Operate vehicle and handle equipment safely and legally.

Maintain documents filing complete and accurate activity and /or incident reports and daily logs.

Appear in court on traffic violations and criminal pre-trial and trials, present testimony.

Collect, document and store evidence for prosecution.

Become familiar with the topography, highways, roadways, districts, boundaries of the Fort Hall Reservation. MUST MAINTAIN STRICT CONFIDENTIALITY OF ALL INFORMATION PROCESSED THROUGH THE DEPARTMENT INCLUDING RECORDS, REPORTS, DOCUMENTS, CONVERSATIONS, ETC. A breach of confidentiality will be subject to appropriate disciplinary action, up to and including termination from employment. Conducts self with a professional mannerism that will bring credit to the Tribal Government.

SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT

As a condition of continued employment officers are required to maintain special employment standards for law enforcement including but not limited to:

Maintain physical and mental fitness in accordance with BIA contracting standards.

Successful completion and scoring of authorized firearms.

Successful attendance and completion of required BIA training programs.

Financial assistance to attend required police training programs the incumbent agrees to a contractual agreement to remain employed with the Fort Hall Police Department for three (3) years starting upon the date completing probation. The incumbent who, after hire, voluntarily departs from employment prior to meeting the contractual agreement will be required to reimburse the department for expenses. A wage Step increase will be awarded after successful completion from the police academy.

Performance Standard shall include but not be limited to: Ability of dependable attendance and reliability Efficient use of public relation skills to provide quality public service Ability to work independently with little supervision Demonstrate knowledge of practices and procedures utilized in working environment

Duties and responsibilities will include other activities and areas as needed to carry out position functions.

QUALIFICATIONS

Must provide a copy of high school diploma or GED.

Must possess or be able to possess an Idaho vehicle operators license and be insurable through the tribes insurance carrier throughout employment.

Must be twenty-one years of age.

Must have had no felony convictions. Must have no misdemeanor convictions in the past (3) years. Must not have any misdemeanor convictions involving DUI or drugs in the past (5) years. Must not be under investigation, indictment or on trial for any criminal offense, or convicted of any Domestic Violence offense or any misdemeanor offense involving a firearm. Applicant must be able to pass a criminal background check to demonstrate applicants eligibility and suitability in compliance with Tribal, state and federal laws. Certified Officer applicant must have one (1) year prior experience with basic police training from the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC), and past employment must demonstrate a good employment record, or an acceptable State P.O.S.T. academy.

Non-Certified would be for an entry-level hire which does not have a basic law enforcement academy and needs to be sent to FLETC (Federal Law Enforcement Training Center) for the Basic Police Academy or LMTP.

A training agreement will be signed for applicants to agree to maintain employment for 3 years after completing Basic Police Training at FLETC.

Non-Certified Officers will remain on Probation until successful completion of Basic Police Training from FLETC and successful completion of the Departments Field Training Officer Program (FTO). Employees will be eligible for Leave and Medical Benefits after the first 90 days.

Must pass a criminal background check and character background check to demonstrate sound mental and social behavior eligibility and suitability in compliance with the Law & Order Code, and Indian child Protection and Family Violence Prevention Act, 25 USC, ss 3301; and P.L. 104-208, Gun Control Act as amended.

Must qualify with a service handgun under the training and supervision of a firearms instructor. Must pass an annual physical fitness and agility test. Must pass a medical, psychological and drug exam. Must pass written exams demonstrating ability of writing skills, reading, math, and vocabulary.

Applicants with knowledge of the Privacy and Freedom of Information Act and other laws applicable to the position are preferred.

Qualified Shoshone-Bannock Tribal Member/Indian and Veterans Preference will apply in compliance with the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes Personnel Policies and Procedures Manual Section 1260.

IMPORTANT APPLICATION CRITERIA

A complete application must be submitted to the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes Personnel Department, P.O. Box 306, Fort Hall, Idaho 83203. Applications can be found online at sbtribes.com. Applications can be sent via email to anbroncho@sbtribes.com or faxed to 208-478-3950 and are accepted until 5PM on the closing date.

Submit a copy of all supporting documents to be eligible for the position you are applying for. For example: Drivers License, Tribal ID, High School Diploma/GED, Degree or professional credentials, and other supporting documents that verify required qualifications.

Telephone calls are not accepted in place of an employment application or letter of interest.

Applicants who have a current application on file, please submit a letter of interest for each position in which you want to be considered for. The letter should address how you meet each qualification.

Preference will be given to Shoshone-Bannock Tribal member applicants who provide a copy of their tribal enrollment card. Non-enrolled members and other Indian tribal members must provide a Certificate of Indian Blood (CIB) to receive preference.

Preference points will also be given during the interview process to veterans who provide documentation of a DD-214.

Applicants being considered for employment or a political appointment must submit to a pre-employment alcohol and drug screen prior to being hired or appointed. Refusal to take the test will render the applicant ineligible for employment or political appointment.

The Shoshone-Bannock Tribes will conduct an employment background check on new employees to ensure suitability for the position applied for.


MENTAL HEALTH GUIDANCE COUNSELOR (PT)

Department:  Shoshone Bannock School District
Closes:  10/03/2014

SALARY: $21.60

GENERAL STATEMENT

The primary function of the Mental Health Guidance Counselor is to support a comprehensive competency-based counseling program focused on the academic, personal/social and career/vocational needs of all students.

SUPERVISION:

The Mental Health Guidance Counselor is under the direct supervision of the Principal and under the general supervision of the District Administrator.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Adheres to and supports board policy, school guidelines, administrative rules and directives.

Make self available to all students seeking guidance and counseling services.

Advocates on behalf of the student and/or his/her family. Takes all necessary and reasonable precautions to protect students.

Facilitates outreach efforts to provide services to students, parents/guardians and staff.

Refers students, parents/guardians and staff with specialized agencies.

Understand, evaluate, and interprets academic performance data. Interprets information about students to the student, their parents/guardians and staff.

Implements individual and group counseling methods that are appropriate.

Conducts activities that promote growth in the personal, social and career domains.

Participates in in-service activities promoted by the district.

Submits required reports promptly and accurately.

Perform other duties as assigned by Principal or District Administrator.

Consults with students, parents and staff to assist students with academic/career planning.

Demonstrates a knowledge of IDEA and BIE regulations and procedures regarding students with disabilities.

QUALIFICATIONS

Must possess a Masters Degree in Guidance and/or School Counseling or hold a current license as an LPC, MSW or Licensed Psychologist as required by the Idaho State Department of Education.

Must have three years of teaching, counseling or other experience working with adolescents.

Must have a valid Idaho Drivers license and be insurable through the Tribes insurance carrier.

A background investigation must be completed and acceptable under the provisions of the policies of the Shoshone-Bannock District #537, and the Indian Child Protection and Family Violence Protection Act.

IMPORTANT APPLICATION CRITERIA

A complete application must be submitted to the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes Personnel Department, P.O. Box 306, Fort Hall, Idaho 83203. Applications can be found online at sbtribes.com. Applications can be sent via email to anbroncho@sbtribes.com or faxed to 208-478-3950 and are accepted until 5PM on the closing date.

Submit a copy of all supporting documents to be eligible for the position you are applying for. For example: Drivers License, Tribal ID, High School Diploma/GED, Degree or professional credentials, and other supporting documents that verify required qualifications.

Telephone calls are not accepted in place of an employment application or letter of interest.

Applicants who have a current application on file, please submit a letter of interest for each position in which you want to be considered for. The letter should address how you meet each qualification.

Preference will be given to Shoshone-Bannock Tribal member applicants who provide a copy of their tribal enrollment card. Non-enrolled members and other Indian tribal members must provide a Certificate of Indian Blood (CIB) to receive preference.

Preference points will also be given during the interview process to veterans who provide documentation of a DD-214.

Applicants being considered for employment or a political appointment must submit to a pre-employment alcohol and drug screen prior to being hired or appointed. Refusal to take the test will render the applicant ineligible for employment or political appointment.

The Shoshone-Bannock Tribes will conduct an employment background check on new employees to ensure suitability for the position applied for.





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