We are seeking highly motivated, dependable, customer service oriented people to fill summer positions at Mt. Frontenac Golf Course. The following positions are part time with various hours and days. The grounds crew are responsible for maintaining and operating equipment, mowing grass, weeding, and clean up. The cart staff are responsible for golf carts being ready and available for guests, properly stored and cleaned. Our cooks are responsible for all food prep, dishwashing, cleaning, stocking. The wait staff will provide beverage cart service to golfers, bartend, serve food and assist in cleaning duties. Must be sensitive to Native American Culture. Indian preference applies in accordance with Sec. 7(b) P.L. 93-638. Applicants 18 years of age and older will be subject to background check and drug screen. Applications can be picked up at the golf course located at 32420 Ski Road, Frontenac or the Prairie Island Administration Building located at 5636 Sturgeon Lake Road, Welch, MN 55089. Prairie Island Indian Community, 5636 Sturgeon Lake Road, Welch, MN 55089. For info call 651-385-4138. Closing date: Friday, March 20, 2020.
The Prairie Island Indian Community is searching for a Social Worker / Elder’s Advocate (SWEA) who can assists community elders by educating and connecting them to resources and services that are available. The SWEA also helps elders apply for those benefits and services and to navigate through these resources. Responsibilities include, but not limited to; provide general assistance and advocacy related to supportive and social services to Prairie Island Indian Community Elders; provide up-to-date information and clarification regarding programs such as Medicare, Medicaid, and other supportive programs. The SWEA will also educate residents on services and resources available to them; develop and maintain linkages with resources and support services to remain current regarding information and services available to address the Elder’s needs; refer and link Elders to supportive services. Such services may include, but are not limited to, case management, personal assistance, transportation, therapeutic listening and counseling, preventive health and wellness advocacy; act as liaison with local care providers, doctors and hospitals, and PIIC service departments to ensure the Elder is properly cared for; work cooperatively and communicate regularly with the Elder’s family members and promote a positive social climate that fosters the Elder’s psychosocial well-being by developing, implementing, and monitoring educational, recreational, and therapeutic programs for the Elder’s participation. Qualified candidates must have a Bachelor Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Gerontology, Counseling, or related field and minimum two years of work experience in related field. Additional experience in health and human services program delivery, experience interviewing and gathering data and information, excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including the ability to work as part of a team and demonstrated commitment to creating opportunities for the well-being for members of the Dakota communities that align with and sustain Dakota language and culture. Candidates must pass drug and background screening, have a valid Driver’s License, sensitivity to Native American Culture. Indian preference applies in accordance with Sec. 7(b) P.L. 93-638. Please send resume to HR Director, Prairie Island Indian Community, 5636 Sturgeon Lake Road, Welch, MN 55089 or email: Rachael.email@example.com. Closing date: open until filled.
The Assistant General Counsel will be responsible for representing the Prairie Island Indian Community (the “Community”) in various matters, including those involving: contracts, tribal governance and tribal agencies, employment issues/disputes, land and environment, land assignments and housing, healthcare, litigation, enrollment, ordinance drafting and revision, gaming operations and regulations, and government relations. The Assistant General Counsel position also includes representation of the Community’s Family Services Department in child protection, Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA), adult guardianship and other matters in the Community’s Tribal Court and other courts as needed. Qualified candidates must be licensed to practice in Minnesota and have at least 2 years of experience working with tribal governments, and/or work related to the Indian Child Welfare Act, child welfare and family services. Must gain admission to practice law before the Community’s Tribal Court. Must have excellent interpersonal and organizational skills, and the ability to work independently and under pressure. Must be sensitive to Native American culture. Candidates must pass a UA (drug screening) test and background check. Native American preference applies in accordance with the Community’s Equal Employment and Community Preference Ordinance. Please send resume to Human Resources Director, Prairie Island Indian Community, 5636 Sturgeon Lake Road, Welch, MN 55089 or email Rachael.firstname.lastname@example.org Closing date: Open until filled.
The Family Services Specialist works to create a cohesive, integrated plan of intervention and prevention services for needy families in the Prairie Island Indian Community and native families in the surrounding service area. This position will also be responsible for the implementation of the Indian Child Welfare Act. The responsibilities and duties of this position include, but are not limited to; providing case management; perform client intakes and investigations, provide referral and support services to families and individuals in the Prairie Island Indian Community and the Native American population in the surrounding service area.
Locates appropriate services in response to client’s needs and networks with area service agencies to provide necessary services to individuals and families. Will provide education, prevention and program information through gatherings, community meetings and newsletter articles, testify and confers with legal counsel on court-related issues involving children and families, performs home and institution visits with client families to monitor progress and provide assistance and direction as needed. Qualified candidates must have a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or a related Human Services Degree and two years of experience in Social Services field preferred. Excellent organizational, communication skills, both written and verbal, are a must. Knowledge of ICWA is preferred. Must be sensitive to Native American Culture.
Qualified applicants must be able to pass a background check and drug screen. Indian preference applies in accordance with Sec. 7(b) P.L. 93-638. Please send a resume to HR Manager, Prairie Island Indian Community, 5636 Sturgeon Lake Road, Welch, MN 55089 or email: Rachael.email@example.com. Closing date: open until filled.
The Prairie Island Indian Community seeks a paralegal to join its Legal Department. The qualified applicant will join four attorneys and a legal assistant to serve the legal needs of the Community and its business ventures. A primary objective for the role is to improve, update and maintain a data and records management system. Responsibilities include; create and maintain a user-friendly physical and digital archive/database and index of Tribal documents, legal records, or other appropriate historical documents, update and maintain case and matter files; administer and coordinate storage of documents and records; assist Attorneys and Legal Assistant in various case/matter duties, including but not limited to researching and analyzing factual and legal issues, litigation assistance, property records research, etc. and may be responsible for supervising third-party vendors or interns. Qualified candidates must have a bachelor’s degree or paralegal certificate; minimum three years of experience working as a paralegal or equivalent role that includes document and database management; possess training and knowledge in legal processes and records management, including electronic data management systems. In addition, candidate must have demonstrated prior success in archiving/managing records; be detail-oriented, highly organized, ability to work independently, meet strict deadlines, possess excellent written and oral communication skills, ability to do factual and legal research and writing; willing to perform data-entry tasks and conform to office data-entry standards and capable of multi-tasking in a fast-paced environment with capacity to change priorities quickly. Must be sensitive to Native American Culture. Qualified applicants must be able to pass a background check and drug screen. Indian preference applies in accordance with Sec. 7(b) P.L. 93-638. Please send a resume to HR Manager, Prairie Island Indian Community, 5636 Sturgeon Lake Road, Welch, MN 55089 or email: Rachael.firstname.lastname@example.org. Closing date: Open until filled.
Tinta Wita Tipi Senior Living was built by the Prairie Island Indian Community and is managed by Ebenezer Management Services. This unique partnership allows our staff and residents a diverse and culturally inclusive work and home-like environment. Our 20 unit community is seeking direct care professionals who are open-minded, eager or learn and have a passion for caring for the elderly. Direct Care Professionals provide hands-on health-related services as directed including but not limited to dressing, grooming, bathing, toileting, medication administration, housekeeping, and meal services. CNA certification not required. 1-3 years caregiving experience preferred. Must have a passion for working with the elderly and the ability to use technology in the form of computers, handheld devices, cell phone, and fax/copy machine.
Resident Assistant: On-call/Casual. Minimum of 3 shifts per month and one holiday per year
The Prairie Island Indian Community has an opening for two Gaming Inspectors in the Gaming Commission office to ensure Casino Operations are compliant with National Indian Gaming Commission, Minimum Internal Control Standards, Prairie Island Tribal Minimum Internal Controls, Prairie Island Gaming Ordinance and by-laws and Tribal/State Compact. Requirements include successfully completing 90 days of training that teaches the basics of casino regulations, must have a high school diploma or GED, basic computer knowledge, filing experience, excellent organizational skills and the ability to work independently. One position is from 4:00 p.m. – 12:30 a. m. shift and the other is 12:30 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. shift and includes some week-ends. Must pass UA and background screen. If interested, please email your resume to email@example.com . Native American preference applies in accordance with Sec.7 (b) P.L. 93-638. Open until filled.
The Prairie Island Indian Community has an immediate opening for a Manager at the Dakota Station Convenience Store. Qualified candidates must have a two or four year degree in Business Administration, Marketing, or Business Management or equivalent of a minimum two years of experience being in a managerial role that included responsibilities of supervising, cash handling, financial reporting and hiring. In addition, must have a Food Handler Certification from the State of MN. Strong communication and organizational skills, knowledge of business practices and the ability to multi task is a must. The work hours vary, including holidays and weekends. This is a fast paced environment that includes responsibilities, but not limited to, daily bookkeeping, staff scheduling, inventory control, ordering, gasoline compliance and pricing and ensuring proper maintenance and operation of store equipment. Must be able to pass drug screen, background check and be sensitive to Native American culture. Indian preference applies in accordance with Section 7 (b) P.L 93-638. Please email resume to: Rachael.firstname.lastname@example.org For info call 651-385-4138.