Welcome to the UAIC Career Center!
As an organization, we are dedicated to improving the welfare of our tribal members, our employees, and the surrounding community at large. We balance preservation of our history and culture with planning for the security of our future. This allows the opportunity for employees to be innovative and forward-thinking while working in an environment that respects tradition, and to contribute in a meaningful way to our various government departments and economic enterprises. Whether you have a passion for finance or human resources, for historic preservation, information technology, or government administration, we can assure you that we will do our best to provide you with a path to success. Our value proposition goes beyond a career – we offer training opportunities, growth and development, and most of all, fulfillment and satisfaction. We have a wide array of benefits that will fit your lifestyle and provide true value to you and your family. Because your success is our success!
Description: Under the general supervision of the Director of IT, the System Administrator is responsible for setting up, configuring, and supporting internal systems and/or networks, developing and maintaining systems, installing updates, applications, reviewing security, network configuration and taking backups. The System Administrator is also troubleshooting performance issues and recommending upgrades, patches, and new applications and equipment to improve reliability. (Please click job title for full description)
Description: Under the direction of the Purchasing & Warehouse Manager, the Warehouse Worker assists with receiving, stocking, and issuing various types of supplies and equipment as needed for the operation of the UAIC government offices, school, and other related entities. This position is also responsible to pick up and deliver mail, supplies, furniture, and ship goods to vendors. Tact, poise, and sound judgment are routine requirements in communicating with internal and external contacts, offices, and organizations. (Please click job title for full description)
Description: Under the direction of the Director of Technical Compliance, the (Gaming) Compliance Inventory Technician, will be responsible for accurately tracking gaming technology software and material. They will maintain inventory records and provide effective and efficient management of all gaming technology inventory. In addition, the (Gaming) Compliance Inventory Technician will act as a support Compliance Technician, when needed for various Technical Compliance tasks normally assigned to the Compliance Technician I or II. (Please click job title for full description)
Description: The Licensing Background Investigator is responsible for conducting background investigations of prospective and current employees of Thunder Valley Casino Resort to ensure they are suitable to receive a gaming license issued by the UAIC Tribal Gaming Agency, in accordance with tribal and federal regulations, the Tribal-State Compact, and the licensing policies & procedures adopted by the UAIC Tribal Gaming Agency. (Please click job title for full description)
Description: The House Parent works under the direction of the Community Services Director, managing the care of up to several children at one time. Working collaboratively with the Community Services staff, the House Parent helps develop and implement program, organizational, therapeutic and behavior plans and facilitates optimal adjustment for Tribal youth. (Please click job title for full description)
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The United Auburn Indian Community exercises a policy of tribal employment preference. It is UAIC’s intent to employ qualified Native Americans or others who possess an awareness and keen appreciation of Indian traditions, customs, and socio-economic needs.
Marijuana is still classified as an illegal drug under federal law! The UAIC Tribal government continues to enforce its policies prohibiting the use, possession, solicitation, and sale of illegal drugs, including marijuana. Violation of these policies may lead to corrective action up to and including termination, or denial of employment.